Archive for August, 2020

Full Unity

Sunday, August 30th, 2020

Life is all about relationships.  Relationships are meant to promote unity, not division.

Paul wrote by The Holy Spirit in 2 Corinthians chapter 6:

14 Don’t continue to team up with unbelievers in mismatched alliances, for what partnership is there between righteousness and rebellion? Who could mingle light with darkness? 15 What harmony can there be between Christ and satan? Or what does a believer have in common with an unbeliever? 16 What friendship does God’s temple have with demons? For indeed, we are the temple of the living God, just as God has said:

I will make my home in them and walk among them.

I will be their God, and they will be My people.

17 For this reason,

“Come out from among them and be separate,” says the Lord.

“Touch nothing that is unclean, and I will embrace you.

18 I will be a true Father to you,

    and you will be MY Beloved Sons and Daughters,”

    says the Lord Yahweh Almighty.

With whom do you want to be in unity?  Those who are led by satan and his demons or those who are led by the Lord Yahweh Almighty?  How can we become “one” in Christ unless we are in unity with each other?

As I am led by The Holy Spirit, I promote unity with others who have the same intent, no matter what level of maturity they are in Christ.  I may be seeing a different facet of the Kingdom than a brother or sister but it does not make any of us wrong.  The Holy Spirit provides each of us with the affirmation of Truth concerning what we are seeing and/or hearing in this world.

Jesus came to correct people back to FATHER’S normal.  He came to correct what satan had perverted.  Jesus spoke in John chapter 10:

“The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.”

Jesus promotes life and abundance whereas satan promotes death and scarcity.  Can this be made any clearer?  You and I only need to look at our own circumstances to determine where we individually need correction.  It is up to each of us to embrace FATHER’S Word in the areas requiring correction.

We are to trust Jesus and His Words rather than what the world is promoting.  Trust and faith are equivalent in the Hebrew thus we must embrace the Word as our Truth and take command over our circumstances.  We are not meant to be victims.

Jesus is the exact representation of FATHER.  You and I are meant to be that same representation and walk in the same authority.  Do you and I dare embrace this Truth?

Now is the time!  Let us come into full unity with FATHER and each other.

Testimonies of Your Giving

Saturday, August 29th, 2020

We continue to help impoverished kids with 100% of your tithes and contributions.  Since they cannot repay the assistance, FATHER takes on that responsibility and you cannot out-give Our Heavenly Father.

One comment provided to us:

We had to adjust our lunch schedules to make sure every grade could be in the cafeteria without mixing with other grades.  This meant that some grade levels had to eat earlier or later than usual.  This made snack time very important to get them through the day.  Unfortunately, we have many kids who can’t afford snacks or whose parents don’t remember to provide snacks each day.  Using your funds, we were able to purchase enough snacks to provide these daily to those kids who don’t have any.  It has ensured that every child is fed and ready to learn even if they forgot their snack that day.  Some kids will need this assistance every day.  Thank you so much for meeting this need.

Other comments:

Our purchase of journals and pens was funded by this donor. I will be sharing the journals/pens with students who come into my office that are struggling with anxiety/stress/loss.

The people that I have given the food gift cards to have deeply appreciated the cards – they said they came at a good time for them.

With your funds, we bought a student a pair of shoes since the soles of his shoes were worn out and “flapping”.  Thank you!

This is what Agape Love does!

Reliability Of FATHER’S Word

Thursday, August 27th, 2020

Your word needs to count and be reliable.  When it is, it creates trust and results in faith.  Don’t we realize that FATHER’S Word meets these criteria?

Jesus spoke in Matthew chapter 12:

35 “When virtue is stored within, the hearts of good and upright people will produce good fruit. But when evil is hidden within, those who are evil will produce evil fruit. 36 You can be sure of this: when the day of judgment comes, everyone will be held accountable for every careless (Or “worthless word.” The Aramaic is “every untrue word.”) word he has spoken. 37 Your very words will be used as evidence against you, and your words will declare you either innocent or guilty.”

We don’t need to convince FATHER to fulfill HIS Word, we need to remove the unbelief in our hearts.

Mark wrote by the Holy Spirit in chapter 9:

14 Now when they came down the mountain to the other nine disciples, they noticed a large crowd of people gathered around them, with the religious scholars arguing with them. 15 The crowd was astonished to see Jesus Himself walking toward them, so they immediately ran to welcome Him.

16 “What are you arguing about with the religious scholars?” He asked them.

17 A man spoke up out of the crowd. “Teacher,” he said, “I have a son possessed by a demon that makes him mute. I brought him here to You, Jesus. 18 Whenever the demon takes control of him, it knocks him down, and he foams at the mouth and gnashes his teeth, and his body becomes stiff as a board. I brought him to Your disciples, hoping they could deliver him, but they were not strong enough.”

19 Jesus said to the crowd, “Why are you such a faithless people? How much longer must I remain with you and put up with your unbelief? Now, bring the boy to Me.”

20 So they brought him to Jesus. As soon as the demon saw Him, it threw the boy into convulsions. He fell to the ground, rolling around and foaming at the mouth. 21 Jesus turned to the father and asked, “How long has your son been tormented like this?”

“Since childhood,” he replied. 22 “It tries over and over to kill him by throwing him into fire or water. But please, if You’re able to do something, anything—have compassion on us and help us!”

23 Jesus said to him, “What do you mean ‘if’? If you are able to believe, all things are possible to the believer.”

24 When he heard this, the boy’s father cried out with tears, saying, “I do believe, Lord; help my little faith!”

25 Now when Jesus saw that the crowd was quickly growing larger, He commanded the demon, saying, “Deaf and mute spirit, I command you to come out of him and never enter him again!”

26 The demon shrieked and threw the boy into terrible seizures and finally came out of him! As the boy lay there, looking like a corpse, everyone thought he was dead. 27 But Jesus stooped down, gently took his hand, and raised him up to his feet, and he stood there completely set free!

28 Afterwards, when Jesus arrived at the house, his disciples asked Him in private, “Why couldn’t we cast out the demon?”

29 He answered them, “This type of powerful spirit can only be cast out by fasting and prayer.”

ALL things are possible to the believer and our level of belief and trust in FATHER determines our fruitfulness.  Yes, there are demons out there that must be dealt with by the believer.  If you discount this reality, you have been hoodwinked and have become powerless to deal with this spiritual reality.

Sickness and disease are contrary to FATHER’S Divine Intent so we must seek out the root cause of the issue and deal with it.  The deeper the root, the more intense we must fast and pray.  We must not allow our past to justify our current issues.  Jesus’ Blood was more than sufficient to deal with our individual history.  We really are new creations in Christ.  Get rid of the unbelief and experience greater fruitfulness.

When Does Life Begin?

Wednesday, August 26th, 2020

Life begins with a thought in GOD’S Heart!

David wrote by The Holy Spirit in Psalm 139:

13 You formed my innermost being, shaping my delicate inside
and my intricate outside,
and wove them all together in my mother’s womb
14 I thank you, God, for making me so mysteriously complex!
Everything you do is marvelously breathtaking.
It simply amazes me to think about it!
How thoroughly you know me, Lord!
15 You even formed every bone in my body
when you created me in the secret place,
carefully, skillfully shaping me from nothing to something.
16 You saw who you created me to be before I became me!
Before I’d ever seen the light of day,
the number of days you planned for me
were already recorded in your book.
17–18 Every single moment you are thinking of me!
How precious and wonderful to consider
that you cherish me constantly in your every thought!
O God, your desires toward me are more
than the grains of sand on every shore!
When I awake each morning, you’re still with me.

Next question?

Manifesting Divine Life

Tuesday, August 25th, 2020

Healing is spiritual and it comes from Heaven.  It then manifests in the flesh.

Paul wrote by The Holy Spirit in Romans chapter 8:

10 Now Christ lives his life in you! And even though your body may be dead because of the effects of sin, his life-giving Spirit imparts life to you because you are fully accepted by God. 11 Yes, God raised Jesus to life! And since God’s Spirit of Resurrection lives in you, he will also raise your dying body to life by the same Spirit that breathes life into you!

12 So then, beloved ones, the flesh has no claims on us at all, and we have no further obligation to live in obedience to it. 13 For when you live controlled by the flesh, you are about to die. But if the life of the Spirit puts to death the corrupt ways of the flesh, we then taste His abundant life.

Jesus always provides for our healing for He is the Healer, not man, not drugs, not any other manmade device.  When Divine Life flows to us and through us, we can’t help but be healed thus the key to healing is to focus on HIM.  We should immerse ourselves in HIS Word.

The Holy Spirit spoke through Moses in Exodus 15:

There he made a statute and an ordinance for them, and there he tested them, 26 and said, “If you diligently heed the voice of the LORD your God and do what is right in His sight, give ear to His commandments and keep all His statutes, I will permit none of the diseases on you which I have allowed on the Egyptians. For I am the LORD WHO heals you.”

Be diligent and heed!  Satan will attempt to draw you away from this revelation… count on it.  FATHER is speaking thus we must heed and be diligent.  HE is watching us and we are called to do what is right IN HIS SIGHT.  If we only give lip service to HIS Word, we will not walk in the Divine flow from Heaven.

He further spoke in Exodus 23:

25 “So you shall serve the LORD your God, and He will bless your bread and your water. And I will take sickness away from the midst of you.”

As we serve HIM, HE takes away sickness from our midst AND blesses our food.  Does it get any better than that?  FATHER wants us to live in Divine health and live without any infirmity of any kind for that is HIS Will.

It is written by The Holy Spirit in Psalm 105:

37 At last, God freed all the Hebrews from their slavery

and sent them away laden with the silver and gold of Egypt.

And not even one was feeble on their way out!

FATHER’S Divine Intent is for us to walk in health AND provision.  Let us not walk in unbelief in these two areas as we go forth and minister to others.  The purpose of mature Sons and Daughters is to bring forth the Kingdom through ministry in a manner similar to Jesus’ ministry.  We must not shy away from healing or provision but instead embrace both.

38 Egypt was relieved at their exodus, ready to see them go,

for the terror of the Lord of the Hebrews had fallen upon them!

Does the world fear us yet?  The issue is not with FATHER.  Paul wrote by The Holy Spirit in Romans chapter 12:

9 Let Love be without hypocrisy. Abhor what is evil. Cling to what is good.

10 Be kindly affectionate to one another with brotherly Love, in honor giving preference to one another;

11 not lagging in diligence, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord;

12 rejoicing in hope, patient in tribulation, continuing steadfastly in prayer;

13 distributing to the needs of the saints, given to hospitality.

These attributes should describe each of us as we come to full maturity as Sons and Daughters.  Let us not be distracted by unrighteousness around us but let us set our focus on rising up to full maturity. 

Therefore, having these promises, Beloved, let us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit, perfecting Holiness in the Fear of GOD.  We will walk in both healing AND provision.  Be diligent and let HIS Divine Life flow in all areas!

Let FATHER’S Glory Come Forth

Monday, August 24th, 2020

It is written by The Holy Spirit in Psalm 80:

1 God-Enthroned, be revealed in splendor

as You ride upon the cherubim!

How perfectly You lead us, a people set free.

Loving shepherd of Israel—listen to our hearts’ cry!

Shine forth from Your throne of dazzling light.

2 In the sight of Benjamin, Ephraim, and Manasseh,

stir up Your mighty power in full display before our eyes.

Break through and reveal Yourself by coming to our rescue.

3 Revive us, O God! Let Your beaming Face shine upon us

with the sunrise rays of glory;

then nothing will be able to stop us.

4 O God, the mighty Commander of Angel Armies,

how much longer will You smolder in anger?

How much longer will You be disgusted with Your people

even when they pray?

5 You have fed us with sorrow and grief

and made us drink our tears by the bowlful.

6 You’ve made us a thorn in the side of all the neighboring lands,

and now they just laugh at us with their mocking scorn.

7 Come back, come back, O God, and restore us!

You are the Commander of Angel Armies.

Let Your beaming face shine upon us with the sunrise rays of glory,

and then nothing will be able to stop us!

8–9 Remember how You transplanted us here

like a tender vine from Egypt.

You cleared the land for Your vineyard,

evicting the nations from Your land and planting us here.

The roots of Your vineyard went deep into the soil

and filled the land with fruit.

10–11 Because of Your favor on Your vineyard,

blessing extended to every mountain of influence.

Through this flourishing vineyard mighty ones were raised up.

The nations were blessed by Your fruitful vineyard of Israel,

all the way from the Mediterranean to the Euphrates.

12–13 So Lord, why have You broken down

Your fence of favor around us?

Trespassers can steal the fruit from off our vines,

and now every wild beast comes

breaking through our wall to ravage us.

You’ve left us without protection!

14 Come back, come back, O God to restore us!

You are the Commander of Angel Armies.

Look down from heaven and see our crisis.

Come down and care for Your lovely vineyard once again.

15 Nurture our root and our fruit with Your loving care.

Raise up the Branch-Man, the Son whom You’ve made strong.

16 Enemies chopped down our vine and set it on fire;

now show them Your anger and let them perish by Your frown.

17 Strengthen this Branch-Man, the Son of YOUR Love,

the Son of Man who dwells at Your right hand.

18 Then we will never turn back from You.

Revive us again, that we may trust in You.

19 O God, the mighty Commander of Angel Armies,

come back and rescue us!

Let Your beaming face shine upon us

with the sunrise rays of glory.

Then nothing will ever stop us again!

The above Psalm is all about restoration of HIS people who have gone astray and have become lukewarm causing the loss of FATHER’S protection from their enemies.  How could the church allow the legalization of killing unborn babies?  How could unrighteousness permeate our land?

The “church” must repent else their lampstands will be removed forthwith.  There are no acceptable excuses for letting this happen any longer.

Verse 2 references Numbers 2:

17 “And the tabernacle of meeting shall move out with the camp of the Levites in the middle of the camps; as they camp, so they shall move out, everyone in his place, by their standards.

18 “On the west side shall be the standard of the forces with Ephraim according to their armies, and the leader of the children of Ephraim shall be Elishama the son of Ammihud.” 19 And his army was numbered at forty thousand five hundred.

20 “Next to him comes the tribe of Manasseh, and the leader of the children of Manasseh shall be Gamaliel the son of Pedahzur.” 21 And his army was numbered at thirty-two thousand two hundred.

22 “Then comes the tribe of Benjamin, and the leader of the children of Benjamin shall be Abidan the son of Gideoni.” 23 And his army was numbered at thirty-five thousand four hundred.

The Hebrew text includes the names Ephraim (“doubly fruitful”), Benjamin (“son of my right hand”), and Manassah (“You made me forget”). These three sons of Rachel marched together behind the ark of Glory (Num. 2:17-24) and became representatives of all who follow the Glory of God. They will be “doubly fruitful,” “Sons of HIS Right Hand,” and those who have “forgotten” their lives in Adam.

These three tribes represent the Sons of GOD and their names reflect the attributes of mature Sons.  We are to fully accept and embrace those attributes as we reach full maturity and expect those qualities to operate in our lives.

It is especially important to “forget” our lives in Adam and not allow the adversary to bring up our past and continue to accuse us for those past sins.  I cast down all vain imaginations and every thought which exalts itself above The Word!  You should too!

The  Blood of Jesus was and is more than sufficient to deal with the past so we must never forget that Truth.  We are called to follow the Glory and not man.  We are to be shining lights to those who have embrace darkness for the light emanating from the Sons will expose darkness and all the lies of the enemy.  Let FATHER’S Glory come forth over the land!


Saturday, August 22nd, 2020

Today and tomorrow. I like to start the day with Psalm 91

No Complaining

Friday, August 21st, 2020

Paul wrote by The Holy Spirit in Philippians chapter 2:

14 Live a cheerful life, without complaining or division among yourselves. 15 For then you will be seen as innocent, faultless, and pure children of God, even though you live in the midst of a brutal and perverse culture. For you will appear among them as shining lights[in the universe, 16 offering them the words of eternal life.

The children of Israel were delivered out of Egypt and saw the miraculous yet they soon complained about what their eyes saw rather than what FATHER promised.

This is not the time to complain or fear what the world is projecting for FATHER is well ahead of the adversary in HIS plans and purposes. FATHER inhabits the praise of HIS Sons and Daughters. Think about it!

Book Of Enoch

Thursday, August 20th, 2020

Jude 1:14 Now Enoch, the seventh from Adam, prophesied about these men also, saying, “Behold, the Lord comes with ten thousands of His saints, 15 to execute judgment on all, to convict all who are ungodly among them of all their ungodly deeds which they have committed in an ungodly way, and of all the harsh things which ungodly sinners have spoken against Him.”

Hebrew Perspective

Wednesday, August 19th, 2020

I asked Our Beloved Brother Alan to provide the following:

To My Beloved Brother:

An accurate understanding of the Hebrew word ‘hah-lal’, Strong’s # H1984, which is the three-letter root verb that is the basis for the word we translate as ‘Lucifer’ (hey-lel, Strong’s #1966), is necessary to grasp the clarity, both naturally and Spiritually, of the word ‘hey-lel’.  Religion has done a very effective job of distorting and confusing the word ‘hey-lel’.

The verb ‘hah-lal’, #1984, is used often in the Old Testament scriptures, and conveys a variety of thoughts and ideas. Many have ascribed the word to mean ‘praise’, because it is used and translated in that setting more often than other ways. And the scriptures are filled with verses describing how the people ‘praise’ (hah-lal) YHVH, or God, or David, etc. To be worthy of ‘praise’ is to be worthy of public and conspicuous adulation and honor; to openly and dramatically offer ‘praise’, as illustrated when David openly and publicly praised and danced before YHVH.

And this is how ‘hah-lal’ is most often represented. However, ‘praise’ is not the primary idea that ‘hah-lal’ is communicating. The primary root ‘hah-lal’ only appears once in the Torah, or Pentateuch, and that appearance is in Gen. 12:15, where it gets translated into KJV as “commended”. However, the word appears many, many times in the later books, and in a variety of ways. The verb form of this word is ‘hah-lal’, and the noun form is ‘hah-lel’.

The primary function of the word ‘hah-lal’ is to draw attention to the conspicuousness of ones actions, activities or appearance. This word ‘hah-lal’ emphasizes the obvious, and even is used to dramatize the ostentatious. The word is used to emphasize and/or accentuate one’s actions, or intentions and motivations, for doing whatever they are doing, which is why it is sometimes translated as ‘to shine’, and sometimes translated as ‘to be clear’. The word is often translated as an indication of how emphatically an action or activity is expressed.

A good example of this is in 1Samuel 21:14, where it is translated as “…feigned himself mad”. This word ‘hah-lal’ is more a description of how emphatically one goes about doing whatever they are doing. Again, that is why it is sometimes translated as “…to be clear; to shine; to be conspicuous.” For example, in Job 12:17 this word is translated as “fools”, while in Job 29:3 it gets translated as “shined”.

Psalm 5:5 shows this word being translated as “foolish” to describe those that profess one motivation, but are obviously driven by a completely ‘other’ motive, or appetite. Other translations convert this word ‘hah-lal’ as ‘boastful’; as one that feigns being something that he is not, just as David illustrated in 1Samuel 21:14. In Psalm 34:2, however, this word is also translated as ‘boast’, though in this verse it is seen as a positive activity because the ‘boaster’ is ascribing his ‘boast’ to YHVH.

In Psalm 105:3 this same idea is translated as “Glory”. It would be beneficial to study these references to get a solid feel for what this word is describing.

Throughout the Psalms ‘hah-lal’ gets translated most often as “Praise”, for it is also the basis of the word we pronounce as ‘halleluyah’; or more literally, “Hallel to Yah”. There are groups of Psalms that are referred to as “Hallels” that Judaism tends to ritually embrace during certain feast day remembrances.

The most famous of these is probably Psalm 113 thru Psalm 118, even though the word ‘hah-lal’ doesn’t appear in Psalm 118. My Hebrew mentor taught me that Psalm 118 is called The Great Hallel by devout Orthodox Jewish Believers, those that pride themselves on being ‘Torah Observant’, attempting to remain untainted by the ‘world’.

Tradition has ascribed Psalm 136 as The Great Hallel. However, my mentor also taught me that in Matthew 26:30, where the verse reads “And when they had sung a hymn,”, is referring to the traditional singing of the Great Hallel, Psalm 113 thru 118, after the Passover meal. I tend to believe that is correct, for this ‘Psalm’ is traditionally referred to as the “Hallel of Egypt”.

The idea of ‘hah-lal’, as an action verb, is to be openly conspicuous and obvious in your actions and activities, and in particular your praise and adoration and devotion to God. Yashua, on the other hand, tended to be more prone to a much less ostentatious public show, indicating that dramatizing your worship of God openly, to be seen by men, was more theatrics than purity of heart.

I sometimes also feel like some of us are over dramatizing their ‘Christianity’, but that is my own short-coming to deal with. For what its worth, after the Psalms, the word ‘hah-lal’ is used less frequently, and tends to be used more to emphasize negatives, rather than praising and boasting of God. I think I see an understandable pattern in that bit of trivia.

I do apologize for the length of this introduction, but I hope this will give a proper backdrop for a better understanding of ‘Hey-lel’, that which has been translated as “Lucifer”. I find a proper Spiritual understanding of this word ‘Hey-lel’ to be of supreme importance, particularly in the day in which you and I find ourselves.

‘Hey-lel’ is from the verb ‘hah-lal’, but it has a yode, the tenth letter of the Hebrew Aleph-beyt, inserted into it. When a word is prefixed by the yode, that word takes on the distinction of having been authorized, and initiated, by a higher authority; a Spiritual Authority. That is why I refer to a yode prefix as ‘causative’, having the authority to cause a specific activity, or event. And to me, that represents Spiritual Authority. Even Judaism ascribes the tenth letter, the yode, which also represents the value of ten, as being the presence or activity of deity; a spiritual authority.

Observers of Judaism are very careful not to mix the yode and the vav, the sixth letter, together, and to avoid putting 6 and 10 as numeric representations together. Are they superstitious? Maybe, but it may be more of a spiritual awareness than mere superstition.

That is my own brief description of the yode as a prefix.

However, that same Spiritual Authority is indicated when a yode is inserted into a word that can stand alone without the presence of a yode. ‘hah-lal’, as an action verb, does not have a yode as part of its normal construct. When the yode is inserted into ‘hah-lal’, that word then becomes ‘Hey-lel’, which gives this word a more direct reference to being a spiritual activity rather than just a soulish activity. Anyone that can make a ‘joyful noise’, or even a not so ‘joyful noise’, can be deemed ‘hah-lal’. However, only by Spiritual influence can one be ‘Hey-lel’.

YLT Isaiah 14:12 How hast thou fallen from the heavens, O shining one (Hey-lel), son of the dawn! Thou hast been cut down to earth, O weakener of nations.

This verse is from Young’s Literal Translation, which usually has a good rendering of the Hebrew. To me, the most telling word in this verse is the word translated as ‘dawn’. This is the verb ‘shah-hkhar’, Strong’s # H7837. This word is translated several times as ‘black’. This word is best describing that time when all is dark, but you can sense that the light is beginning to ascend above the horizon. Think of the phrase “The darkest hour is just before dawn”.

‘Shah-hkhar’ is a darkness that is just on the verge of having the light appear, and change the darkness into light. I hope you can grasp what I’m trying to illustrate. ‘Hey-lel’ is the description of one that has been entrusted with carrying the light, but is not yet a manifestation of that Light. ‘Hey-lel’ is not called ‘Son of God’, or even ‘son of man’. ‘Hey-lel’ is called ‘son of darkness’, the one that was entrusted with the Light, but in his carnal ego, determined that he was worthy of the Light, and could become his own ‘god’ in his own ‘heavenly realm’. To me, this is the very apt description of ‘adam’ before being expelled from the Garden.

For ‘adam’, both male and female in manifestation, was exposed to and entrusted with the Light of God, but because ‘adam’ had not yet been duly tested (death and resurrection), ‘adam’ trusted their own ability to make GOoD decisions. And yet in that condition, in a garden setting, the serpent ‘nature’ easily confused and distorted their rationale. Their spiritual muscle, their own light, was no match for the cunning of carnal ego.

There is a great gulf between being given light or entrusted with light, and Being the Light. To me, that is the story of Isaiah 14:12. ‘Adam’, permitted to carry the Light, was easily deceived by carnal ego to think that ‘Adam’ was qualified, and capable, to “…ascend into heaven; exalt my throne above the stars of God;” I am sorry that translators called ‘hey-lel’ Lucifer. They even describe ‘Lucifer’ as “…the light bearer”. I can find no reference in scripture to support the idea and indicate that ‘Hey-lel’ was a ‘light bearer’.

That is so misleading, and confusing. Instead, ‘adam’ was allowed and given access to the Light of God, just to show ‘adam’ that until he has experienced death, and resurrection, his own carnal ‘management’ of the Light of God is not sufficient spiritual muscle to combat the forces of carnal ego. For those that have been shown the light, even to the point of being ‘hey-lel’, must learn that until the death and resurrection of self, the most one can be is only ‘hah-lel’, and no match for the satanic forces of carnal ego. Not by power, not by might, but by My Spirit, says Our Father.

Isaiah saw, and realized, that the carnal ego, which is the king of Babylon (Is. 14:4) was the oppressor that caused ‘Hey-lel’ to fall from heaven (fall from the confidence of the heaven within), which did weaken all the nations (all goyim). It is of premier importance to note that the Hebrew word that gets transliterated as ‘goy’; ‘goyim’ is the plural of ‘goy’. And this word/concept most often gets translated into English as ‘gentile’, ‘nation’, or ‘heathen’, etc.

However, this word ‘goy’ has nothing what-so-ever to do with nationalities, ethnicities, religiosities, or cultural identities. Goy is a reference to any and all that have their backs turned to God, and have yet to repent (turn around) and have a ‘face to face’ relationship with the Wholly Spirit of God that inspires and urges all to have a repentance of attitude, and turn to the God of Light to illuminate the path that all are to walk if they are to depart from being ‘goy’ in their walks, and begin to take on the nature of the Christ of God.

All of the ‘patriarchs’ of the Old Testament are called ‘goy’; over and over and over again, emphasizing that until one turns and embraces a Higher Spiritual calling, he remains ‘goy’, with the back turned to the God of Light and Love. So it is that ‘hey-lel’ is referring to that powerful carnal ego that empowers all to walk in pride and superiority. And therefore, ‘Hey-lel’ is called the ‘son of darkness. For none is so blind as he that refuses to see.  [Is. 14:1 thru 14:14]

And yet in all of this, Isaiah saw that YHVH will have mercy on Jacob (carnal ego; Hey-lel), and will yet choose Israel (Christ in you, the hope of Glory). [Is. 14:1]