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November 2, 2020

Naos is Greek for temple

but properly

means

SANCTUARY

Often translated temple however,

Sanctuary

is a more correct word.

Another word for

temple/sanctuary

in Hebrew is

HEYKAL

Palace/dwelling of the king

Spelled:

Hey Yod Kaf Lamed

The meaning of the Hebrew paleo pictographs tell us something:

Hey – Man with raised arms = Behold or, pay attention to what follows.

Yud – Arm and hand closed = a work or, a mighty deed.

Kaph – palm of hand = to cover, to allow, to open, to atone.

Lamed – shepherd staff = to shepherd, control, to have authority or the voice of authority.

The picture it gives could be:

Behold pay close attention

the temple is a place where

the mighty works of the one in authority

will be revealed.

This work or mighty deed is of course:

the atoning sacrifice of Yeshua/Jesus.

Each letter also has a number value:

Hey – 5 = Grace

Yud – 10 = something ordained in heaven

Kaf – 20 = Redemption

Lamed – 30 = points to a blood sacrifice.

It could be interpreted as the following:

The great work (Kaf)

we will behold (Hey)

is the blood sacrifice of Yeshua (Lamed)

which was

ordained by the Father in Heaven (Yud)

And:

This (Yud/10) work was carried out

under the Authority of His Father(Lamed/30)

and by His Grace (Hey/5)

will result in Redemption (Kaf/20)

The HEYKAL

is where God and His people

developed their relationship

and was prophetic…

the mystery which Paul revealed in

1 Corinthians 6:19-20 (KJV) 19 What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? 20 For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s.

There is no need of a rebuilt Temple/Hekel/Sanctuary for those who have His Ruach dwelling within… however all scripture must be fulfilled and the rebuilding of a 3rd Temple is in accordance with Gods’ plans to be carried out prior to Messiahs return.

Namely the situation described by Paul in

2 Thess. 2:3,4

This structure will not be for the benefit of our Heavenly Father or for Yeshua/Jesus return, but it is to fulfill prophecy as concerns the false Messiah and we are reminded by Paul that:

His Sanctuary is now is IN us.

The Sanctuary is the portion of the temple (and previously the wilderness tabernacle/mishkan); that was

set apart – Holy to the Lord.

Not the Holy Place but the Holy of Holies.

John 2:18 and 19 – 21. Jesus/Yeshua answered and said to them, Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.

In Greek, Temple is ‘ieron.

The Letter h is the accent ‘ mark and is called

the hard breather.

Hieron

So what’s in a word? … does it matter?

Yes, because…

We are not to be like the Tabernacle/Mishkan building or the Temples of stone, where there was an outer court where sin was acceptable.

1Corinthians 3:16, 17; 16:19

Our bodies are now the sanctuaries – Naos – the set apart place – His holy of holies….

This Naos/ Sanctuary is for His Holy Spirit to dwell/ abide.

Ruach HaKodesh.

The Holy Spirit of a Holy God cannot dwell where there is sin…

1 Corinthians 3:16 King James Version (KJV) 16 Know ye not that ye are the Naos of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you? 

2 Cor. 3:18

And we all, who with unveiled faces contemplate the Lord’s glory, are being transformed into his image with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit.

The more that we commune with Yeshua/Jesus and come into His presence,

more of the veil that divides will fall off

and we will be able to see more clearly.

Then more of His glory will abide within us, and then be reflected through us.

His glory will be seen upon us.

Glory

In Greek – doxa:  honor, glory

Original Word: ????, ??, ?
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Transliteration: doxa
Phonetic Spelling: (dox’-ah)
Definition: opinion (always good in NT), praise, honor, glory
Usage: honor, renown; glory, an especially divine quality, the unspoken manifestation of God, splendor.

Glory in Hebrew:

?·??·??·w?

?????????

kabowd

Faith has its’ seat in the heart.

The kind of faith which believes in the God who created the Universe and Who also created us and a belief that He loves us enough to give His life for us.

John 3:16; 2 Corinthians 3:3.

It is engraved there. It is not written in ink, or engraved on stone, but it is written on the heart by the Spirit of God.

With the heart man believes with the mouth we confess

Therefore any professed belief that does not reach the heart, and has its home there, is most likely to be false and delusive being more head knowledge of the intellect and mind.

The Hebrew word for sanctuary is

mikdash (????????),

which comes from the root word

kadash (??????),

to be set apart as sacred.

A mikdash is therefore a

set apart space, or a holy place

that represents something treasured – a place of beauty and worship, a refuge, a place of rest.

Hebrew Translation. ???????.

More Hebrew words for sanctuary.

noun ???????. shelter, refuge, asylum, haven.

noun ???????. temple, shrine

miqdash

?????????

miqdash or miqqedash: a sacred place, sanctuary

Strong’s Hebrew: 4720. ?????????

(miqdash or miqqedash) — a 

chapel, hallowed part, holy place, sanctuary .

Or miqqdash (Exod. 15:17) {mik-ked-awsh’};

from qadash; a consecrated thing or place, especially, a palace, sanctuary (whether of Jehovah or of idols) or asylum — chapel, hallowed part, holy place, sanctuary. 

?????????

mishkan: dwelling place, tabernacle

Strong’s Hebrew: 4908

Original Word: ?????????
Transliteration: mishkan
Phonetic Spelling: (mish-kawn’)
Definition: dwelling place, tabernacle

In the Old Testament the word

miqdas [ v’D.qim] from qds, holy,

implying a distinction between space that is sacred versus profane; commonly refers to the worship sanctuary (e.g., Exod 25:8), where the Israelites offered their various kinds of offerings and sacrifices to the Lord under the supervision of the priesthood.

[The] Sanctuary

is a term in the Hebrew Bible which refers to the

inner sanctuary of the Tabernacle

where God’s presence appeared.

According to Hebrew Tradition, the area was defined by:

four pillars which held up

the veil of the covering,

under which the Ark of the Covenant was held above the floor.

Tabernacle, Hebrew Mishkan, dwelling, in Jewish history, the portable sanctuary constructed by Moses as a place of worship for the Hebrew tribes during the period of wandering that preceded their arrival in the Promised Land.

 

Moreover, the English translation becomes even more confusing when interpreters translate two entirely different Hebrew words

(??? and ?????, ohel and mishkan, H168 and H4908),

by using the exact same English tabernacle word.

In the case of Exodus 26:7, this translation is especially hard to understand, as the two different Hebrew words are used so close in the same sentence.

Another word for

tabernacle or tent is:

OHEL

the Hebrew letters:

alef – hey – lamed

 

In the middle of a word h or hey

or man with raised arms means:

to reveal the heart or the core of.

Placed in the middle of the word for God it becomes the word

o-hel or

lamed hey alef (reading right to left)

this word for a tent or the tabernacle is presented as:

the heart of God revealed.

This shows that both your home and where you worship, reveals your god.

 Lord who shall abide in thy tabernacle?

Who shall dwell in your holy hill?

Psalm 15:1

OHEL –

The heart of God revealed.

God is EL = the letters alef and lamed

and H = hey behold revealed.

The tabernacle was the place of God’s revelation.

Our tent or home where we live is where our God is revealed.

Strongs#168

Again, when the letter H/hey is

in the middle of a word

it reveals all, especially the heart.

The god that we follow is revealed in the tent/home and in the tabernacle, the place of worship.

It is relevant not only for the home/physical structure or building we live in; but also the home within ourselves that we create for His Ruach HaKodesh/Holy Spirit to live/abide/dwell.

Our physical bodies become the home of spiritual power; the seat of spiritual influence and it can be the opposite of holy as Jesus/Yeshua warned in

Matthew 12:43-45

“When an impure spirit comes out of a person, it goes through arid places seeking rest and does not find it. 44 Then it says, ‘I will return to the house I left.’ When it arrives, it finds the house unoccupied, swept clean and put in order. 45 Then it goes and takes with it seven other spirits more wicked than itself, and they go in and live there. And the final condition of that person is worse than the first.

Impure/unclean spirits call peoples bodies their house!

What’s In our Naos/Sanctuary/tabernacle /house/home?

What’s in our OHEL?

Let the Lords words in John 14:23 be our desire and goal as Jesus answered him, “If anyone loves me, he will keep my word, and my Father will love him, and we will come to him and make our home with him.

The Tabernacle no longer served a purpose after the building of Solomon’s Temple in Jerusalem in 950 B.C.

His Holy Spirit cannot be where there is sin, so any where there is sin there is no presence of His Spirit/Ruach

This is recorded in

1 Samuel 4:21,22

Ichabod the glory has departed for the ark (dwelling place) of God has been taken 

Ichabod definition is — used to express regret for departed glory.

Ichabod was born after his father’s death. His mother gave him this name on her death-bed to indicate that the “glory (had) departed from Israel” (1 Samuel 4:19)

and it was what Samson realized when he tried to do as he had always done and in Judges 16:20
Then she called, “Samson, the Philistines are upon you!” He awoke from his sleep and thought, “I’ll go out as before and shake myself free.” But he did not know that the Lord had left him.

Sin is manifested rebellion against God’s commands and will for our life. It can be in many and take various forms in our lives.

For rebellion is as the sin of witchcraft, and stubbornness is as iniquity and idolatry. 1Samuel 15:23

Consider this for a moment that: In other words, God deems rebellion to be the same or equal to witchcraft and stubbornness is just as good as kneeling or falling down before and worshipping a statue of another religions god or any other idol for that matter.

Another translation says:

For rebellion is as the sin of divination, and presumption is as iniquity and idolatry. 

Rebellion definition is – opposition to one in authority or dominance. 

Rebellion, uprising, or insurrection is a refusal of obedience or order. It refers to the open resistance against the orders of an established authority.

A rebellion originates from a sentiment of indignation and disapproval of a situation and then manifests itself by the refusal to submit or to obey the authority responsible for this situation.

Sin must be dealt with because we cannot approach a Holy God with any sin in us.

Jesus/Yeshua said He was the temple/ sanctuary when He referred to Himself and that when His body would be destroyed He would rebuild it in three days. Speaking of His future resurrection and glorified body.

He had the Ruach/Spirit without measure because

He was without sin and

His Fathers Spirit could dwell within Him to the fullness.

Mishkan is spelled

Mem, Sheen, Kaf and Noon. 

noon kaf sheen mem

(Read right to left)

Mishkan is the Hebrew word we translate into English as Tabernacle. 

The Mishkan was a Pattern, showing the children of Israel

the process to approach the Holy presence of Adonai/YHVH.

Sin has to be dealt with before that can take place because, God and sin cannot coexist.

The life is in the blood and sin requires a price to be paid and wages of sin is death.

“For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord” (Romans 6:23).

So a sacrifice must be made and blood has to be spilled

Life has to be forfeit to cover the sin. And that life must be innocent without sin and without blemish clean and acceptable to the Lord.

Jesus/Yeshua became that innocent, clean, without blemish life.

He willingly gave His life, allowing His blood to be spilled.

His life was forfeit to cover our sins once and for all time.

The Pattern of the Mishkan and later both temples,

show God’s redemptive plan

in the structure of the building

and in all the furniture within.

Also in the priests clothing

and in the format of each of the ways

every action was carried out.

Jesus /Yeshua was literally the fulfillment of the Mishkan/Tabernacle and the Temples.

Both were just as our bodies are while on earth:

temporary physical dwelling places for God’s presence,

His Ruach HaKodesh/ ??? ????? ?,

Ruach HaKodesh is God the Creator:

In the Tanakh/Bible, the words breath and Spirit are 2 different translations of exactly the same word: ??? /ruach.

Of the 348 times ruach appears in the Tanakh, it is translated 321 times as spirit and only 27 times as breath.

It would seem that the Ruach Hakodesh is divine inspiration or prophetic inspiration and is not the same as what is generally taught in Christianity. No place in the Hebrew Scriptures is there any reference to a spirit divine in itself, or Holy Ghost, as distinct from a spirit that comes from God to inspire human beings.

His Ruach HaKodesh is called the Comforter, which is the word used for the advocate who goes before the judge on behalf of someone to plead his case.

We are told in this verse that this pleader, who comes from the Father at the request of Yeshua/Jesus, will teach us all things.

Ruach Ha-Kodesh (ROO-akh hak-KOH-desh)

Holy Spirit; the Holy Ghost

(Luke 3:16; 11:13; Eph. 1:13; 4:30; 1 Thess. 4:8;

Titus 3:5; 1 Cor. 6:9; Jude 1:20).

Occurs more than 90 times in the

ReNewed Testament/Brit Chadashah. 

Hebrew: ??? ?????, holy spirit

also transliterated ruac? ha-qodesh

is a term used in the Hebrew Bible and Jewish writings

to refer to the spirit of YHWH (??? ????).

He fulfilled the pattern of the process to approach the Father’s presence with His Own Blood as the sacrificial atonement for all sin for all time, for who so ever will accept that that is exactly what He has done.

As High priest He entered into the

Holy- NAOS/ miqdash place –

the Holy of Holies

and placed His own blood on the

Mercy Seat of The Ark of the Covenant.

The kapporet.

This required Him going through the veil that hung between the Holy Place where the menorah/ showbread/ bronze altar of incense were and the Holy of Holies where the Ark was.

It is recorded that the temple veil/ curtain was torn at the moment of His death, opening the WAY to the father’s presence the Holy of Holies where the ark of the covenant was located.

I AM the WAY

His death was the acceptable sacrifice and we can now access God’s presence without any further sacrificial death needed and that means, no more priests are needed either; as

Jesus/Yeshua is our High Priest.

He became forever the WAY to the Father – the truth and the life.

The Life in His blood is eternal it will never die and He is alive for evermore.

Now we can also enter in through the veil

because it was torn for us.

The blood of bulls, goats, lambs and birds dries and decays; His blood contains the eternal nature of the God of all creation who sits on the eternity of eternities.

This is life everlasting, full of glory.

The blood continually speaks and cries mercy for us.

The Blood still speaks because it still has a voice.

Ever speaking from the Mercy seat of the ark… His blood covenant with us.

How is it possible? Because the very life of God is in The Blood of His Son.. His blood is still alive it has not dried up and never will, The life of the creator is eternal in nature so it is alive forevermore just as His Son is life everlasting and full of glory.

Hebrew Scriptures devote more time and attention to the Tabernacle, and everything contained inside the Tabernacle than to any other single thing. So it would seem we need to pay more attention to this pattern too…

Significant items found inside the Tabernacle would include

the Altar of Burnt Offering,

the Laver,

the Table of Showbread,

the Lampstand,

the Altar of Incense,

the Ark of the Covenant with

the Mercy Seat. 

the Ark of the Covenant contained

the stone tablets on which were written the ten commandments,

the manna preserved in a clay jar,

the budding staff of Aaron

As we have already noted:

Mishkan is spelled

Mem, Sheen, Kaf and Noon. 

Mishkan is the Hebrew word we translate into English as Tabernacle. 

Noon         Kaf         Sheen         Mem

Transliteration: mishkan

Phonetic Spelling: (mish-kawn’)

There is one major theme revealed in the pictures and numbers  of the Hebrew word pictures that we translate as Tabernacle. 

It is interesting to see that all the other mysteries contained in all the sacrifices, ceremonies furnishings, construction and architecture of the Tabernacle have their root in this one Eternal Truth. 

The Tabernacle was built on the earth

but

it is actually a Shadow, a Type,

of something everlasting in the heavenlies…

and it was shown to Moses in the book of Exodus!

Conclusion in Part 2..

Shalom shalom

‘Mishpachah’

‘Family/Tribe’

?????

Mish-pa-KHa,

Please don’t leave this page before making certain Jesus/Yeshua is your Redeemer, Savior, Lord and soon returning King and that you have a personal relationship with Him.

He is coming back very soon – so let’s keep looking up!

You are greatly loved and precious in His sight.

Its all about Life and Relationship, not Religion.

NOT SURE? YOU CAN BE..

SAY THE FOLLOWING FROM YOUR HEART RIGHT NOW…

Heavenly Father I come to you in the Name of Jesus asking for forgiveness of my sins for which I am truly sorry. I repent of them all and turn away from my past.

I believe with my heart and confess with my mouth that Jesus is your Son and that He died on the cross at calvary to pay the price for my sin, so that I might be forgiven and have eternal life in the kingdom of Heaven. Father I believe that Jesus rose from the dead and I ask you to come into my life right now and be my personal Savior and Lord and I will worship you all the days of my life. Because your word is truth I say that I am now forgiven and born again and by faith I am washed clean with the blood of Jesus. Thank you that you have accepted me into your family in Jesus’ name. Amen.

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October 11, 2020

The Feasts/Moedim – Appointed Times of the Lord

are all

an annual rehearsal

for the prophetic fulfillment of

the first coming and the soon return

of the Messiah of Israel.

The last Appointed Time

of the Hebrew Calendar Year

has been completed for this years’ life cycle and…

It ended with

the water pouring ceremony

on the

8th great day of Sukkot.

This is to be our… 

It is a good opportunity to refresh our understanding of the meaning behind this celebration

and links follow to the posts

that cover these important and timely days

of our Heavenly Fathers Calendar.

Yeshua/Jesus –

The Word of God –

was made flesh

and

still

Tabernacles among us.

One of these days we will be with Him forever

and the cycle will be completed

as we dwell, live, abide in His Eternal Presence.

Wherefore comfort one another with these words; on the ground of that Divine revelation which I have made unto you. 1Thess. 4:18

Chag haSukot,

also Succouth, Sukkot or Sykkot

If you haven’t already located the posts for

Sukkot and Shemini Atzeret

they are:

http://www.minimannamoments.com/sheltering-presence-god/

http://www.minimannamoments.com/the-sheltering-presence-of-god-cont/

 

 

We need to remember that

with God, our Heavenly Father,

Endings

are simply

http://www.minimannamoments.com/endings-are-simply-new-beginnings/

Also included below is a video compilation of rare photographs taken in the 1800’s showing scenes of daily life in Jerusalem including these images:

http://www.minimannamoments.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Jerusalem-A-rare-video-an-old-originals-photographs-of-the-Holy-City-from-1853-and-up.mp4

The Sheltering Presence of God

Abides With Us

Always!

May we all remain

in the

Sukkah of His Loving Protection.

Believe on the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved (Acts 16:31). 

The cry for salvation at Tabernacles

is heard

and answered through

Yeshua/Jesus the Messiah,

for He came to 

save His people from their sins (Matt. 1:21).

http://www.minimannamoments.com/sheltering-presence-god/

http://www.minimannamoments.com/the-sheltering-presence-of-god-cont/

http://www.minimannamoments.com/endings-are-simply-new-beginnings/

Shalom shalom

‘Mishpachah’

‘Family/Tribe’

????? 

Mish-pa-KHa,

friends, visitors and every reader…

Blessed are You, HaShem, Who spreads the Sukkat Shalom upon us, upon all of His people and upon Israel.

Please don’t leave this page before making certain Jesus/Yeshua is your Redeemer, Savior, Lord and soon returning King and that you have a personal relationship with Him.

He is coming back very soon – so let’s keep looking up!

You are greatly loved and precious in His sight.

Its all about Life and Relationship, not Religion.

SAY THE FOLLOWING FROM YOUR HEART RIGHT NOW…

Heavenly Father I come to you in the Name of Jesus asking for forgiveness of my sins for which I am truly sorry. I repent of them all and turn away from my past.

I believe with my heart and confess with my mouth that Jesus is your Son and that He died on the cross at calvary to pay the price for my sin, so that I might be forgiven and have eternal life in the kingdom of Heaven. Father I believe that Jesus rose from the dead and I ask you to come into my life right now and be my personal Savior and Lord and I will worship you all the days of my life. Because your word is truth I say that I am now forgiven and born again and by faith I am washed clean with the blood of Jesus. Thank you that you have accepted me into your family in Jesus’ name. Amen.

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July 19, 2020

(and NOT the hands of the clock…)

Psalm 31:15

It is true that we are not alone during challenging times because not only is Fathers Ruach HaKo’desh always with us..

but as Peter reassures us… that it is NOT unusual or unexpected, knowing that your brothers and sisters throughout the world are undergoing the same kinds of suffering and much worse. 

Beloved, think it not strange concerning the fiery trial among you, which cometh upon you to prove you, as though a strange thing happened unto you  if your faith is tested as by fire. 1Peter 4:12 and 5:9 

Resist him, standing firm in your faith and in the knowledge that your brothers throughout the world are undergoing the same kinds of suffering.

1Peter 5:9 

There are many, many people everywhere, who are going through tumultuous situations and persecutions those in the west have never even imagined. The old adage is also true there is always someone worse off than where we find ourselves at any given time.

We are encouraged to remember 2 Cor.4:17 For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, worketh out for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory;

Compared to our temporal afflictions eternity surpasses all imagination.

During research this video came across the desk and it serves to remind us to remember that the garment of praise will lift the spirit of heaviness off of our lives.

http://www.minimannamoments.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/A-10-year-old-autistic-and-blind-boy-singing.-His-voice-shocked-everyone..mp4

In Psalm 43:5 David encouraged Himself in the Lord declaring with hope and confidence.

Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within me? hope in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my countenance, and my God.

God’s love is stronger that the deepest darkness

 Whatever the circumstances that prompted David to write Psalm 31,

it sounds as if he was feeling overwhelmed and in need of urgent rescue,

he cries out to his Rock and His Fortress. 

Be enCOURAGEd…He’s got YOU..

We too must cry out to Him, when things in our lives seem overwhelming…

Our times are in Your hand; O God, we wish them there;

Our lives, our souls, our all, we leave Entirely to Your care.

Our times are in Your hand: Whatever You deem to do;

Pleasing or painful, dark or bright, As best may seem to You.

Not everything that happens is overwhelming to everyone but that doesn’t make it any less of a trial. We are all different and deal with things in as many ways; yet His Word says in Rom 8:28 And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

 Here, encouragement is given to saints in suffering.

To them, under God’s providence, all things, even their sorrows, trials and persecutions, work together for blessing. 

 Because it continues

For those whom he foreknew he also predestined to be conformed to the image of his Son, in order that he might be the firstborn among many brothers.

We are being conformed to the image of his Son/ Jesus/Yeshua through all these things.

We can know God through reading His Word and when we seek to know Him, He has promised us understanding. In order to grow and thrive in our relationship with Yeshua/ Jesus, we need to be rooted in the Word of God, our source of life and strength because….

We are to be rooted in His Word which will keep us grounded in His Word. 

Col 2:7

having been rooted and being built up in Him, and being strengthened in the faith, just as you were taught, abounding with thanksgiving.

 The necessity of being rooted and grounded in the Word of God is because it holds supernatural power and authority which cannot be defeated by the wisdom of mankind.

We are to do whatever it takes to be thoroughly grounded in the truth. (Ephesians 2:19—20).

Pray in the Holy Spirit (Ephesians 6:18). This means we need to use the connection that we have with God so that we can take on God’s mind. Our prayers should strengthen that bond and make us more like Him. Keep yourself in God’s love. That ye, being rooted and grounded in love. Eph. 3:17

When we need encouragement to begin the day, a reminder to keep us going, or the comfort only God can give, being rooted in His Word will keep us grounded in His Word so then God’s Word will accomplish its purpose in our lives.

Being rooted and grounded means we will be properly prepared to BRACE OURSELVES and be equipped for that which is to come.

His hand is upon us and His fingerprints are everywhere!

He knows our situation and He knows the future. He has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, to an inheritance that is imperishable, undefiled, and unfading, kept in heaven for each of us.

For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.” —Jeremiah 29:11

God’s Word transforms our lives—healing, guiding, and changing the way we live.

Ephesians 3:17
so that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith. And I pray that you, being rooted and grounded in love,

Colossians 1:23
if indeed you continue in your faith, established and firm, not moved from the hope of the gospel you heard, which has been proclaimed in all creation under heaven, and of which I, Paul, have become a servant.

1 Corinthians 1:8
He will sustain you to the end, so that you will be blameless on the day of our Lord Jesus Christ.

The center of encouragement is COURAGE and this is what we need…

Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the LORD thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.

Be strong, and of good courage, 

“Be Strong and Courageous!”

In Hebrew, the word for that phrase is “Hazaq“. 

(or Chazak)

“khazak ve’ematz”

(??? ????).

Be strong= khazak

(kheit zayin quf) ???.

and courageous = ve’ematz

(vav alef meim tzadik sofit) ????.

Deuteronomy 31:6 New International Version (NIV) 6 Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you.”

Qof – Zayin – Chet

Be strong. chazaq (khaw-zak’) to fasten upon; hence, to seize, be strong (figuratively, courageous, causatively strengthen, cure, help, repair, fortify), obstinate; to bind, restrain, conquer. and of a good courage. ‘amats (aw-mats’) to be alert, physically (on foot) or mentally (in courage) be not afraid.

“ Be strong, and of good courage, for you will cause this people to inherit the land which I swore to their fathers to give them.”

 Joshua was to be ‘strong’, The word often indicates strength of hand, however Joshua’s hand was to be strong because his spirit was strong.

In Joshua 1 the children of Israel commanded four times to be strong and of good courage. Sometimes we are neither strong nor of good courage, no matter how hard we try to be and no matter how many people tell us to be. 

Here is where we have to trust the Lord to supply our need according to

Phil 4:19 But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.”

and those riches are

The measure of His supply to you will be the immeasurable “riches of His grace” (Eph 1:7)

God is not just telling us to be strong and of good courage, within the words themselves He has built how we are going to be strong and of good courage. the word for strong is chazak/chazaq;

this strength is a strength that comes from binding oneself to something…and this is where we are to bind ourselves to Him and receive His strength. 

The combination of the Chet and Zayin is quite unusual.

The Hebrew word strengthened is Chazaq and means to fasten upon, to seize, to strengthen, to encourage, and to fortify. 

 Maybe these were the circumstances that prompted David to write Psalm 31,

This envy and jealousy turned to hatred, and Saul was determined to kill David, even though the prophet Samuel had said David replace Saul as king. Even as Saul pursued David, there were some including Saul’s own son Jonathan who came alongside to help David,

And Jonathan Saul’s son arose, and went to David into the wood,

and strengthened his hand in God.

And he said unto him, Fear not: for the hand of Saul my father shall not find thee;

and thou shalt be king over Israel.

1 Samuel 23 15-17

 

Jonathan strengthened David’s hand in God. when those we know are in distress we are to come alongside them and care for their needs. As already mentioned the word strengthened in Hebrew is Chazaq and means to fasten upon, to seize, to strengthen, to encourage, and to fortify.

Chazaq is spelled Chet Zayin Qoof. (Read r to l)

aq z cha

 

 

Chet    is the picture of the fence.   

 

Zayin is the picture of the axe or harvesting tool and means to cut or cut off, to prune, or to harvest.

Qoof/Quf  is the picture of the back of the head and means behind, the last, or the least.

From these we could interpret that; the least will be cut off or separated into a sanctuary/placed apart.

David was so discouraged and must have felt like he was the least important person in Israel thinking that he would be cut off /killed by the Saul. However, Chazaq reminds us of God’s protection towards David and although his fear of King Saul was justified; God had other plans for David; in particular that one day he would indeed be king.

The numerical value of the letters reveal that God would be influential in David survival and ultimate victory.

Chet   is the number 8 and indicates a new beginning.

Zayin   is the number 7 and stands for spiritual perfection.

Qoof is the number 100 and means election or the children of promise.

Below are some more paleo pictures of

Chet – Zayin – Qoof

Looking at the meaning of the numbers, we can see that God has had an absolutely perfect spiritual plan resulting in a new beginning for each of His children…

 

which is – freedom from the penalties of sin would come through Messiah Jesus/Yeshua.

The ultimate example of God’s Chazaq for us:

But now being made free from sin, and become servants to God,

ye have your fruit unto holiness, and the end everlasting life.

For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life

through Jesus Christ our Lord.

 Romans 6:22/23

It is expressing both a joining with God and an involvement with God. The Qof at the end indicates that this binding process is a purifying process.  Our Heavenly Father has to take away from us all the trust we place in ourselves so that the world can see that our trust is only in Him.  Sometimes it feels like having a bandage ripped off your skin!  

Another Hebrew word is emas which can also means strength, but this is a resolute strength, meaning being firm in one’s position. 

(The word Hamas also comes from this.) 

The letters that make up the word: emas

Strong’s Hebrew 3988

and is spelled  ????????

and this expresses the idea that this courage comes from humbling yourself to the revealed Word of God and being resolute in it.  In this case of the revealed Word of God in Joshua 1:9 is that He will be with us wherever we go.  

If we are firmly planted in that Word, we will have that courage to face our Jerichos.

Even though we may have to march around our Jericho seven times or more but each time we march around and each time we walk away, our faith will be increased a little more until we have reached the point of faith that we can simply shout and the walls will come tumbling down.

Let your character or moral disposition be free from love of money [including greed, avarice, lust, and craving for earthly possessions] and be satisfied with your present [circumstances and with what you have];

for He [God] Himself has said, I will not in any way fail you nor give you up nor leave you without support. [I will] not, [I will] not, [I will] not in any degree leave you helpless nor forsake nor let [you] down (relax My hold on you)! [Assuredly not!] [Josh. 1:5.]

6 So we take comfort and are encouraged and confidently and boldly say, The Lord is my Helper; I will not be seized with alarm [I will not fear or dread or be terrified]. What can man do to me? [Ps. 27:1;118:6.]

Be encouraged mishpochah

He IS Anochi

He Is I AM

and

He is

Strong’s Hebrew: 2389. ????? (chazaq/chazak)

— strong, stout, mighty

Chazak, chazak, ve-nit chazek

(Be strong, be strong, and let us be strengthened!) –

For courage

is the very center

of our encouragement!

 

Open the eyes of our hearts Jesus/Yeshua, that we may see YOU in all the events of our lives….and that we have the heart courage of the lion of the tribe of Judah!

Shalom shalom mishpachah/family and cheverim/friends!

You are loved and appreciated and prayed for daily.

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meanwhile let’s remember to stay alert and ready, be in prayer and in His Word for in an hour we think not He is coming… and…

it’s all about Life and Relationship, NOT Religion.

You are greatly loved and precious in His sight.

SAY THE FOLLOWING FROM YOUR HEART RIGHT NOW…

Heavenly Father I come to you in the Name of Jesus/Yeshua asking for forgiveness of my sins for which I am truly sorry. I repent of them all and turn away from my past.

I believe with my heart and confess with my mouth that Jesus/Yeshua is your Son and that He died on the cross at calvary to pay the price for my sin, so that I might be forgiven and have eternal life in the kingdom of Heaven. Father I believe that Jesus/Yeshua rose from the dead and I ask you to come into my life right now and be my personal Savior and Lord and I will worship you all the days of my life. Because your word is truth I say that I am now forgiven and born again and by faith I am washed clean with the blood of Jesus/Yeshua. Thank you that you have accepted me into your family in Jesus’/Yeshua’s name. Amen.

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June 1, 2020

Having just completed the 49 days of Counting the Omer.

This season runs from the First Fruits – ??????????? – Bikkurim/Resurrection

to

Pentecost/Shavuot/?????????? which begins on the 50th day from ??? – Pesach/Passover.

We remember Yeshua/Jesus was with them for 40 days after His Resurrection and appeared to many during that time, up to the day He returned Home to heaven/shamayim.

1Cor. 5:16. After that, He appeared to more than five hundred brothers at once, most of whom are still living, though some have fallen asleep.

In John 20:17 we are told that on the first day of the week after Passover/Pesach, Jesus/Yeshua appeared to Mary Magdalene, (Miriam of Magdala).

The women that came to the tomb (Mary the Mother of James, Salome, and Joanna), then a first appearance to Peter. He also appeared to the rest of the 12 Disciples with Thomas absent, later He appeared to them with Thomas present.

The occasion recorded in 1 Corinthians 15:1-11, to 500 at one time, then to James (presumably James the brother of Jesus), then to all the Apostles, and last to Paul himself.

There was also the meeting with the 2 disciples on the Emmaus road.

The 40th day of the Omer was when His Ascension took place and the promise was given to those present that He will return the same way they saw Him go.

Click link below for more on Ascension

http://www.minimannamoments.com/are-we-in-a-divine-pause/

His second coming shall be in like manner as Acts 1:10-11 And as they were gazing intently into the sky while He was going, behold, two men in white clothing stood beside them.

His Cross is the door/Dalet by which whosoever will can enter into the eternal life to be with the Father.

Dalet door of the cross

Click link below for more on Dalet/door:

http://www.minimannamoments.com/the-pesach-dalet-in-time-a-man-between-2-realms-yonah-and-the-watches-of-the-night/

Because of His resurrection, Jesus/Yeshua, has the right to give eternal life to anyone, and by His ascension our Savior entered heaven, keeping the door open for humanity.

His previous Transfiguration which began on another Mountain was completed on the Mountain of Ascension.

The Transfiguration was a manifestation of His glory a powerful demonstration of His divine nature, which He possessed prior to coming to earth in a human body.

Before Abraham was I AM. John 8:58

Undoubtedly, the purpose of His transfiguration, into at least a portion of His heavenly glory, was so that those of His disciples who were closest to Him, could gain a greater understanding of Who He was. Surely He underwent a dramatic change in appearance when the disciples saw Him in His glory.

After six days Jesus took with him Peter, James and John the brother of James, and led them up a high mountain by themselves. There he was transfigured before them “his face did shine as the sun,” “and his garments became glistering, exceeding white, so as no fuller on earth can whiten them.”

Luke 9:27; Matthew 17:1-8.

One of the purposes of the Transfiguration may have been to strengthen the faith of the disciples in His divine nature before they experienced the shock of the difficult days ahead of them.

In early times, the mount of the Transfiguration had become known as the holy mount. (2 Peter 1:18). It seems to have been known by the faithful, and one tradition identified it with Mount Thabor/Tabor.

The other view, and probably more likely one, is that Mount Hermon was the site of the transfiguration.

Hermon means: Devoted or Sanctified!

Mount Hermon from the Sea of Galilee

It is in the far north, the location of Caesarea Philippi, at the southwestern foothills; 25 miles northeast of the Sea of Galilee to the Golan Heights.

It is situated on a terrace 1,150 feet high overlooking a lush fertile valley. Here also, is the easternmost source for the Jordan River.

It is one of the four major headwaters.

During the Hellenistic period (323 to 31 B.C.), this city was originally called Panias (also spelled Paneas) because of its close association with the Greco-Roman god Pan. The modern name, Banias, is an Arabic corruption of the original.

In order to distinguish it from the harbor city on the Mediterranean called Caesarea Maritima, it became known as Caesarea Philippi. Philip, one of Herod the Great’s sons, renamed it so in honor of Emperor Augustus in 2 B.C.

Here in Caesarea Philippi, there was once a magnificent temple which dominated the landscape, constructed of white marble by Herod the Great to the godhead of Caesar. An earthquake in 363 C.E likely destroyed the city.

There is a cave immediately to the north of Caesarea Philippi.

This cave was said to be the birthplace of the Greco-Roman god Pan/Faunus, the god of nature, fields, forests, mountains, flocks and shepherds.

The pagan worshipers would make sacrifices at the mouth of the cave where they had built a sanctuary to Pan/Faunus.

It would seem to make sense for the transfiguration to take place in that region where Messiah had been ministering and where Peter made his confession.

Not coincidentally, at the base of this mountain was the place known as the gates of Hades, (gates of hell).

To the pagan mind, the cave at Caesarea Philippi created a gate to the underworld (Hades), where they believed fertility gods took up residence during the winter.

This location was especially unique because it stood at the base of a cliff where spring water flowed. At one time, the water ran directly from the mouth of a cave set in the bottom of the cliff. This region is referred to in the Old Testament by the name Baal-gad, which is described in the northernmost conquest of Joshua as being in the Valley of Lebanon below Mount Hermon (Josh. 11:17; 12:7; 13:5; also see: Judges 3:3; 1 Chron. 5:23).

The name Baal-gad meant literally Master Luck, the name of a god of fortune who may later have been identified with Pan. One good reason the Bride of Messiah should refrain from using the term good luck when offering encouragement to one another; but rather offer shalom and blessings to each other in Jesus/Yeshuas name.

This region was the northernmost extent of Yeshua/Jesus’ ministry and no doubt He found some privacy here with His disciples in this non-Jewish region, no less, because it was beyond the jurisdiction of Galilee’s ruler, Herod Antipas. It was here in the district of Caesarea Philippi, not long before before His final journey to Jerusalem and crucifixion that He asked the 12 disciples,

Who do you say that I am?

Matt.16:15.

It is a very important point that Jesus/Yeshua chose to ask this question here, since there were few areas anywhere else with more religious significance; and because it was filled with the temples of ancient Syrian Baal worship. Historians have identified at least 14 such temples, it was a place beneath the shadow of ancient gods.

Imagine the scene, Jesus/Yeshua was standing in an area with the temples of the Syrian gods, a place where the Greek gods were believed to look down, and the place where the most important river in Israel has its source, (the Jordan river), and asked them Who they thought He was.

Messiah knew what He was doing when choosing the 3 disciples, Peter, James and John to follow Him to the summit of Mount Hermon. His choice was not random and because of His well-defined objective, He was not concerned the rest would feel rejected or resentful but did what needed to be done. Peter would testify later, saying:

“for we did not follow cunningly devised fables when we made known to you the power and coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, but were eyewitnesses of his majesty. For he received from God the father honor and glory when such a voice came to him from the excellent glory: “this is my beloved son, in whom I am well pleased.” and we heard this voice which came from heaven when we were with him on the HOLY MOUNTAIN.” 2 peter 1.16-18

Some may wonder why He didn’t choose His beloved Mount of Olives, or where He heard the prayer of His servant/prophet Elijah, and responded with fire on Mount Carmel? Or even the Mount of Beatitudes, where He taught, revealing the secrets of eternal life? Why did He choose the highest and most difficult mountain to climb in Israel?

Psalm 133 gives us an answer:

Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!

It is like the precious oil upon the head, running down on the beard, the beard of Aaron, running down on the edge of his garments.

It is like the dew of Hermon, descending upon the mountains of Zion; for there the Lord commanded the blessing – life forevermore.”

Yeshua/Jesus chose Mount Hermon, because He wanted to point out to His disciples what it represents, as described in the Psalm.

It was prophetic because it spoke of unity, harmony and perfect peace/shalom, among the children of God in the Kingdom of Heaven; and accurately portrays the picture of our Heavenly Fathers’ family gathered around His throne. He expresses His joy and delight in seeing His children around Him, the fruit of the sacrifice of His first born, Jesus/Yeshua.

Comparing the joy to: like the precious oil upon the head.

This precious oil upon the head represents the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the form of a physical anointing/Shavuot/Pentecost; and it is something that can only be understood by those who have had this experience.

Like the dew of Mount Hermon is the reference to the sources of water that form the rivers, which merge together forming the River Jordan. Mount Hermon is the water source for all of Israel. Water is life/chaim, it is impossible to live without its existence and in those days, the greatest wealth of a community was water, for that reason, settlements were always built around wells/water sources. Another reason He said, John 4:14; but whoever drinks the water I give them will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give them will become in them a spring of water welling up to eternal life.

When the Psalmist writes, the dew of Hermon that descends upon the mountains of Zion, he is portraying the fullness of life that Gods’ children enjoy in His presence.

Mount Hermon could be said to be a sanctuary that is invisible to the eyes of the wicked, being revealed to the chosen ones, because of its splendor and spiritual significance, no wonder the Messiah chose it from among the others and,

from it,

God commands the blessing

and life/chaim/lifes, forevermore!

 

It is like the dew of Hermon, descending upon the mountains of Zion; for there the Lord commanded the blessing – life forevermore.”

Small wonder the devil tried to usurp it for his own!

Because of this significance, no doubt Messiah deliberately set Himself against the world’s religions and was asking to be compared with them. Here in this setting, is where Peter boldly replies with his great confession,

You are the Messiah/the Christ, the Son of the living God. Matt. 16:16.

Now the significance of this tremendous statement of faith becomes clearer and it changed everything for the disciples.

Then Yeshua/Jesus responds in Matt. 16:17-18 Blessed are you, Simon Bar-Jonah! For flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but my Father who is in heaven. And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will build my church, and the gates of hell [literally, Hades] shall not prevail against it.

Here His reference to the cave and the gates of Hades at Mount Hermon, makes complete sense!

It is plain from Scripture that His ascension from another mountain, that of Mount of Olives; was a literal, bodily return to heaven. He rose from the ground gradually and visibly, observed by the disciples. Straining to catch a last glimpse of Yeshua/Jesus, when a cloud hid Him from their view, then, 2 angels appeared and promised the onlookers…in just the same way that you have watched Him go. Acts 1:11.

The daily route Jesus/Yeshua took in and out of the city passed over the Mount of Olives. From ancient times the revered rise overlooking Jerusalem from east was seen with importance.

The Mount of Olives is a mountain ridge east of and adjacent to Jerusalem’s Old City. It is named for the olive groves that once covered its slopes. He led the disciples over the summit and onto the eastern slope of the Mount of Olives. Interestingly, the journey was what is defined as a Sabbath’s journey; or a little more than 1/2 mile.

Mark:11:1; [Luke:19:29];[Luke:24:50

The ascension was the ultimate, indisputable evidence that Jesus Christ/Yeshua HaMashiach was triumphant, conquering ha satan/the adversary and all his hosts. Here is the extent of His victory, but it also reveals the measure of the power which has been bestowed upon His saints to carry out His work on earth until He returns.

It emphasizes the fact that we are given the serious responsibility of putting His will into effect on earth, as He reigns from heaven.

Matthew 6:9-13 verse 6:10.

The Rabbi/Teacher’s parting words commissioned His people to make disciples of every creature among the nations throughout the earth (Mt. 28:18-20; Mk. 16:15-16; Lk. 24:47).

This was 10 days before Shavuot and the Holy Spirit/Ruach HaKodesh outpouring.

Pesach/Passover is incomplete and Shavuot/Pentecost obstructed and the Second Coming of Messiah impossible without His Ascension!

Acts 2:5  And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were sitting. 3 And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them.

Click below for previous posts which focus on Shavuot/Pentecost.

http://www.minimannamoments.com/50-days-later-an-earthly-and-spiritual-harvest-pentecost-shavuot/

http://www.minimannamoments.com/2-x-3000-a-marriage-made-in-heaven/

http://www.minimannamoments.com/the-look-of-shavuot/

This reference to Cloven Tongues may have been an indication to them that the fire was not strange fire but Holy acceptable fire from heaven.

Leviticus 11:3. Whatsoever parteth the hoof, and is cloven footed, and cheweth the cud, among the beasts, that shall ye eat.

However one of the main meanings to them was that Pentecost/Shavuot was the celebration of the giving of Torah in the wilderness and the manifested presence of God came as fire and remained with them by night for 40 years; and furthermore, fire was always known as a cleansing agent.

This was the presence of God, the impartation of His spirit infilling the properly prepared vessels; igniting that zeal to go and make disciples of all nations.

One final interesting point is that, a critical scene was repeated post resurrection but pre ascension.

The location was beside the Sea of Galilee in Luke 5:1-11; Matt.4:18-22; Mark 1:16-20.

Notably the place/HaMakem, of Calling.

See 

http://www.minimannamoments.com/have-we-heard-it/

http://www.minimannamoments.com/the-calling-part-2/

Here in Matthew 4:22, Yeshua/Jesus called them and they left everything to follow Him….. (Have we?)…

But not until after He told them them to let down their nets for a catch. Which they did and pulled in a huge haul of fish.

He stated He would make them fishers of men. Then in John 21, He is again in Galilee beside the sea and tells them to let down their nets for a catch.

Once again the nets were filled to overflowing.

He tells them to come and eat.

Again the reference to feeding them for He is the bread of life.

This is at the end of His time with them.

We see the reference to

the beginning and the end

the first and the last

the Alef and Tav

the Alpha and Omega,

(Rev.22:13)

start and finish of their time with Him.

The catch of fish to becomes the catching of men,

catching souls for the kingdom of the Heavens.

The 2nd time was the place of commissioning.

A question arises always where did the fire, hot coals, fish and bread come from?

The coals/ Stones were hot so it would seem that He had been there a while.

Bring some fish He says.

Jesus saith unto them, Bring of the fish which ye have now caught. John 21:10

The bread wouldn’t have been the flat crisp sort so that it could be broken, not a soft loaf like we usually think of.

This makes another question. Where did He get the bread from, was it another miracle?

Did He turn some of the stones beside the sea of Galilee into bread?

Stones that look very much like bread!

This was the very subject of an earlier temptation the devil used against Him, to prove that He was the Son of God/YHWH.

Now it was no temptation, but instead, a provision to feed His children-mishpachah/disciples-talmidim/friends-cheverim.

He was and is the Son of the Living God, the Creator of the universe, who took the elements of the dirt of the earth He created to form us. Surely then, as the devil came testing/ tempting Him, He was able to do just that… or it would not have been by its’ very definition – a temptation?

What we do know is everything points to Jesus as Messiah, savior and He points always to the father. Everything has meaning whether we fully understand it or not.

Pentecost/Shavuot was a ‘second giving’, of the Torah.

A giving of Himself, of His risen Spirit/Ruach;

to fill them and fire them up.

His Torah/Word is no longer written on stone but in their,

and our,

hearts of flesh.

He is the living Torah, the living Word made flesh and is still living amongst us.

Knowledge is not the end goal here in these posts… but Relationship is.

Knowledge and understanding, are simply an aid to a deeper understanding of the One who gave His life for us.

This Shavuot /Pentecost allow the Ruach/Spirit of Holy Fire to do His complete work in us that we become vessels fit for the Masters use.

The purpose being that so many more souls are added to His kingdom.

As we are climbing the mountains with Him following His lead know we are soon leaving for home too. It’s possible that when He said earlier meet me in Galilee it was also related to meet me in the kingdom of God because Galilee was a home where the meeting could go on without any distraction! Did Yeshua/Jesus choose Galilee to show them how they would also join Him in the Kingdom of God, the kingdom of His Heavens?

Keep your eyes upon Jesus/Yeshua.

Look full in His wonderful face

and the things of this world will grow strangely dim

in the light of His glory and grace.

Be ready… Look to the Son!

When we look at this do we see son rise or sun set?

http://www.minimannamoments.com/sonset-sunrise-sunset-sonrise-apocalypse-of-the-tamid/

Shalom shalom mishpachah/family and cheverim/friends! You are loved and appreciated and prayed for daily.

Thank you so much for taking the time to read the posts. If they have been a blessing and if you haven’t already, please sign up for free email notification, like, share and subscribe, it all helps to freely spread the Gospel to the uttermost parts of the earth and reaches others with His Truths. MMM will continue as long as the platform is accessible… meanwhile let’s remember

it’s all about Life and Relationship, NOT Religion.

You are greatly loved and precious in His sight.

SAY THE FOLLOWING FROM YOUR HEART RIGHT NOW…

Heavenly Father I come to you in the Name of Jesus/Yeshua asking for forgiveness of my sins for which I am truly sorry. I repent of them all and turn away from my past.

I believe with my heart and confess with my mouth that Jesus/Yeshua is your Son and that He died on the cross at calvary to pay the price for my sin, so that I might be forgiven and have eternal life in the kingdom of Heaven. Father I believe that Jesus/Yeshua rose from the dead and I ask you to come into my life right now and be my personal Savior and Lord and I will worship you all the days of my life. Because your word is truth I say that I am now forgiven and born again and by faith I am washed clean with the blood of Jesus/Yeshua. Thank you that you have accepted me into your family in Jesus’/Yeshua’s name. Amen.

Written by: 1gratefulheart

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