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TEHILLIM ^6

For Jealousy enranges a man. And he does not spare in the day of vengeance. Proverbs 6:34


Drawing from that verse above will explain here what Dawid meant in Tehillim 6. We see him crying his soul out to the father asking that Abba father don’t discipline him in his wrath and not to rebuke him in his displeasure. now you may wonder what is this prayer all about but it comes into play because of some choices and those are not done by right ruling but thru the flesh rule…here we see that Dawid surrounds himself with people who are not of his right equal therefore that brings stress on him..show me your friends and tell me who you are. People said it’s not the word that is defective it is the man so keep away from the man and listen to the un defective word but I have a problem with this theory why when Eloah was getting ready to arrange his platform on earth he told Mosheh to have Aharon and his sons wash and bathe..let them go thru 7 days of purification and on the eight-day let them come before the tent of appointment and present the precribe offering to him. Now if this terory is so correct listen to the message and ignore the Messager why allow the kohens  to undergo such task. So we see here the statement must  be rule out accord to biblical standard. Here Dawid go from being weak to dim eyes due to grief and he went from tears to growing old…your adversaries indeed weaken you down to a place that you can’t rise…please my friends do not allow yourself to get to this stage. Dawid reminded YHWH – he said who can give you thanks from the grave because death brings a total separation in man’s life. Coming to his senses he realize it wasn’t the father who debar him but the choices he make..so he make the decision to break the anchor of stronghold and let it loose. This is what we need to do let go of those things that are from the dark and the father will hear our prayers.

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I m biblical researcher ,,, looking for the truth and applying the hebrew in the way it should have presented

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