The Original Chosen

Parshah 1 October 2 2021

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B’reisheet – In The Beginning

John 1:1-17 ‘The Word’ Chosen to Speak

Genesis 1:1-6:8 – Adam Chosen

1 Samuel 20:18-42 – The Battle of the Chosen

Isaiah 42:5-43:10 – The Lord’s Chosen Servant

The Word Became Flesh

Joh 1:1  In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God

Joh 1:2  He was with God in the beginning. 

Joh 1:3  All things came to be through him, and without him nothing made had being. 

Joh 1:4  In him was life, and the life was the light of mankind. 

Joh 1:5  The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not suppressed it. 

Joh 1:6  There was a man sent from God whose name was Yochanan. 

Joh 1:7  He came to be a testimony, to bear witness concerning the light; so that through him, everyone might put his trust in God and be faithful to him

Joh 1:8  He himself was not that light; no, he came to bear witness concerning the light. 

Joh 1:9  This was the true light, which gives light to everyone entering the world. 

Joh 1:10  He was in the world—the world came to be through him—yet the world did not know him. 

Joh 1:11  He came to his own homeland, yet his own people did not receive him. 

Joh 1:12  But to as many as did receive him, to those who put their trust in his person and power, he gave the right to become children of God, 

Joh 1:13  not because of bloodline, physical impulse or human intention, but because of God. 

Joh 1:14  The Word became a human being and lived with us, and we saw his Sh’khinah, the Sh’khinah of the Father’s only Son, full of grace and truth. 

Joh 1:15  Yochanan witnessed concerning him when he cried out, “This is the man I was talking about when I said, ‘The one coming after me has come to rank ahead of me, because he existed before me.’ ” 

Joh 1:16  We have all received from his fullness, yes, grace upon grace. 

Joh 1:17  For the Torah was given through Moshe; grace and truth came through Yeshua the Messiah. 

Yeshua Jesus is The Living Word that spoke everything into existence. He spoke creation into everything The Father purposed it to be. John is confirming Moshe of whom is given more instructions for the people to walk out all of which point to The Seed promised to Adam and The Deceiver seven years into earth’s programming.

The creation story continues to build and is enhanced even following the original story lines. The original people’s lives are walked out pointing and pointing to the same pattern…The Living Torah Yeshua’s return to earth to rule one thousand years. Generation after generation after generation has looked to that glorious day of that reign. But, each generation will only have certain people that become like ‘hybrids’ to continue to point. All of our lives point, but not all of us want to create a blog to blog what is happening to us. So most humans only get to tell their friends and family and because it wasn’t their personal experience those God-experiences drift away but yet remain in the souls of people who know in their being that God is real…that God does as He pleases so get to the next point where He is glorified.

The Creation Story is told to have man realize there is something bigger going on and we need to pay attention if we would like to build a relationship with the very Spirit that created them.

The Father and The Son have spirits as you and I are given a spirit that can quicken us to know right from wrong. There is instilled in us ‘moral’ justice. But, that moral justice can turn into ‘doing what is right in our own eyes’. And, we can see what our world looks like right now with sinister actions looking to be righteous in the world’s eyes.

I’m very upset at what I’m going to call cannibalism when we classify human beings as so ugly or so beautiful and harvest their organs. We are consuming others to make our skin look young? I call organ harvesting a travesty that has never been seen before. This generation that requires itself to never die now has one-third of the refugees crossing our borders missing. Where did they go?

We could now be likened to why The Flood wiped out all mankind except eight. We are even putting machinery (robots) into people to control them. Truly we are at our end as the spirit that is in a human is no longer in alignment with the spirit of God who created that person. When God’s spirit can no longer work within someone, the society will be wiped out. When the purpose of God is to have His Spirit controlling his world…and The Deceiver has once again stepped beyond what can’t even really be talked about publicly because it is so sinister…the end must come soon. The earth is going back to Chaos as mankind no longer calls on the name (the attributes) of God. It was then that The Flood came.

As we open Genesis let’s look at the subtitles. Elohim created it and has every right to judge it. For 6000 years the earth is allowing man to be creative. From years 6000-7000 comfort comes to the earth as God in the spirit/flesh arrives to return it to a Garden that was purposed in the beginning with Adam. At the end of this one thousand year personal rule by Yeshua Jesus, deception will return for a short time..and then it closes out with The Deceivers cast into burning fire forever. At 7000+ we receive The Mansion established in the heavens coming to this realm. The Lord’s Prayer gives us a great clue… “May your Kingdom come…as it is in heaven so it is on earth.” We are to establish Kingdom living on earth…because that is what physically will come as well.

This Creation story is just the beginning my friends. More has been created and is waiting to arrive. This is the mansion that is prepared for us…and yes, it will by physical for all those over 7000 years that obeyed God’s instructions. This new community was willing to do The Torah for 7000 years so this community could finally behold the one that they lived out their lives to show His reign.

If you are not IN Torah, you will not recognize your king. You will not be able to teach The Torah…explain about Creation…explain about Noach…explain about The Lord’s Festivals…because you are likened to Cain who went off and built his own city…without Torah. His offering was wrong and not acceptable because his heart was not circumcised toward ADONAI. These are simple concepts…but they are a matter of SPIRITUAL life and death. Now let’s begin with Genesis 1 which in it’s first three words explains who is speaking and is also wearing a thorn of crowns. If we knew heaven’s language we could see that expressed. Thus, this new year…starting in Genesis…read a bible that gives you the Hebrew meanings. We know not because we ask not. Go ask for the right study bibles.

The Creation of the World

Six Days Man is Creative

Day Seven is Comfort

Gen 1:1  In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. 

Gen 1:2  The earth was unformed and void, darkness was on the face of the deep, and the Spirit of God hovered over the surface of the water. 

Gen 1:3  Then God said, “Let there be light”; and there was light. 

Gen 1:4  God saw that the light was good, and God divided the light from the darkness. 

Gen 1:5  God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. So there was evening, and there was morning, one day. 

Gen 1:6  God said, “Let there be a dome in the middle of the water; let it divide the water from the water.” 

Gen 1:7  God made the dome and divided the water under the dome from the water above the dome; that is how it was, 

Gen 1:8  and God called the dome Sky. So there was evening, and there was morning, a second day. 

Gen 1:9  God said, “Let the water under the sky be gathered together into one place, and let dry land appear,” and that is how it was. 

Gen 1:10  God called the dry land Earth, the gathering together of the water he called Seas, and God saw that it was good. 

Gen 1:11  God said, “Let the earth put forth grass, seed-producing plants, and fruit trees, each yielding its own kind of seed-bearing fruit, on the earth”; and that is how it was. 

Gen 1:12  The earth brought forth grass, plants each yielding its own kind of seed, and trees each producing its own kind of seed-bearing fruit; and God saw that it was good. 

Gen 1:13  So there was evening, and there was morning, a third day. 

Gen 1:14  God said, “Let there be lights in the dome of the sky to divide the day from the night; let them be for signs, seasons, days and years; 

Gen 1:15  and let them be for lights in the dome of the sky to give light to the earth”; and that is how it was. 

Gen 1:16  God made the two great lights—the larger light to rule the day and the smaller light to rule the night—and the stars. 

Gen 1:17  God put them in the dome of the sky to give light to the earth, 

Gen 1:18  to rule over the day and over the night, and to divide the light from the darkness; and God saw that it was good. 

Gen 1:19  So there was evening, and there was morning, a fourth day. 

Gen 1:20  God said, “Let the water swarm with swarms of living creatures, and let birds fly above the earth in the open dome of the sky.” 

Gen 1:21  God created the great sea creatures and every living thing that creeps, so that the water swarmed with all kinds of them, and there was every kind of winged bird; and God saw that it was good. 

Gen 1:22  Then God blessed them, saying, “Be fruitful, multiply and fill the water of the seas, and let birds multiply on the earth.” 

Gen 1:23  So there was evening, and there was morning, a fifth day. 

Gen 1:24  God said, “Let the earth bring forth each kind of living creature—each kind of livestock, crawling animal and wild beast”; and that is how it was. 

Gen 1:25  God made each kind of wild beast, each kind of livestock and every kind of animal that crawls along the ground; and God saw that it was good. 

Gen 1:26  Then God said, “Let us make humankind in our image, in the likeness of ourselves; and let them rule over the fish in the sea, the birds in the air, the animals, and over all the earth, and over every crawling creature that crawls on the earth.” 

Gen 1:27  So God created humankind in his own image; in the image of God he created him: male and female he created them. 

Gen 1:28  God blessed them: God said to them, “Be fruitful, multiply, fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish in the sea, the birds in the air and every living creature that crawls on the earth.” 

Gen 1:29  Then God said, “Here! Throughout the whole earth I am giving you as food every seed-bearing plant and every tree with seed-bearing fruit. 

Gen 1:30  And to every wild animal, bird in the air and creature crawling on the earth, in which there is a living soul, I am giving as food every kind of green plant.” And that is how it was. 

Gen 1:31  God saw everything that he had made, and indeed it was very good. So there was evening, and there was morning, a sixth day.

The Seventh Day, God Rests

Gen 2:1  Thus the heavens and the earth were finished, along with everything in them. 

Gen 2:2  On the seventh day God was finished with his work which he had made, so he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made. 

Gen 2:3  God blessed the seventh day and separated it as holy; because on that day God rested from all his work which he had created, so that it itself could produce. 

The Creation of Man and Woman

Gen 2:4  Here is the history of the heavens and the earth when they were created. On the day when Adonai, God, made earth and heaven, 

Gen 2:5  there was as yet no wild bush on the earth, and no wild plant had as yet sprung up; for Adonai, God, had not caused it to rain on the earth, and there was no one to cultivate the ground. 

Gen 2:6  Rather, a mist went up from the earth which watered the entire surface of the ground. 

Gen 2:7  Then Adonai, God, formed a person [Hebrew: adam] from the dust of the ground [Hebrew: adamah] and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, so that he became a living being. 

Gen 2:8  Adonai, God, planted a garden toward the east, in `Eden, and there he put the person whom he had formed. 

Gen 2:9  Out of the ground Adonai, God, caused to grow every tree pleasing in appearance and good for food, including the tree of life in the middle of the garden and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. 

Gen 2:10  A river went out of `Eden to water the garden, and from there it divided into four streams. 

Gen 2:11  The name of the first is Pishon; it winds throughout the land of Havilah, where there is gold. 

Gen 2:12  The gold of that land is good; aromatic resin and onyx stone are also found there. 

Gen 2:13  The name of the second river is Gichon; it winds throughout the land of Kush. 

Gen 2:14  The name of the third river is Tigris; it is the one that flows toward the east of Ashur. The fourth river is the Euphrates. 

Gen 2:15  Adonai, God, took the person and put him in the garden of `Eden to cultivate and care for it. 

Gen 2:16  Adonai, God, gave the person this order: “You may freely eat from every tree in the garden 

Gen 2:17  except the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. You are not to eat from it, because on the day that you eat from it, it will become certain that you will die.” 

Gen 2:18  Adonai, God, said, “It isn’t good that the person should be alone. I will make for him a companion suitable for helping him.” 

Gen 2:19  So from the ground Adonai, God, formed every wild animal and every bird that flies in the air, and he brought them to the person to see what he would call them. Whatever the person would call each living creature, that was to be its name. 

Gen 2:20  So the person gave names to all the livestock, to the birds in the air and to every wild animal. But for Adam there was not found a companion suitable for helping him. 

Gen 2:21  Then God caused a deep sleep to fall upon the person; and while he was sleeping, he took one of his ribs and closed up the place from which he took it with flesh. 

Gen 2:22  The rib which Adonai, God, had taken from the person, he made a woman-person; and he brought her to the man-person. 

Gen 2:23  The man-person said, “At last! This is bone from my bones and flesh from my flesh. She is to be called Woman [Hebrew: ishah], because she was taken out of Man [Hebrew: ish].” 

Gen 2:24  This is why a man is to leave his father and mother and stick with his wife, and they are to be one flesh. 

Gen 2:25  They were both naked, the man and his wife, and they were not ashamed. 

The Fall

Gen 3:1  Now the serpent was more crafty than any wild animal which Adonai, God, had made. He said to the woman, “Did God really say, ‘You are not to eat from any tree in the garden’?” 

Gen 3:2  The woman answered the serpent, “We may eat from the fruit of the trees of the garden, 

Gen 3:3  but about the fruit of the tree in the middle of the garden God said, ‘You are neither to eat from it nor touch it, or you will die.’ ” 

Gen 3:4  The serpent said to the woman, “It is not true that you will surely die; 

Gen 3:5  because God knows that on the day you eat from it, your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” 

Gen 3:6  When the woman saw that the tree was good for food, that it had a pleasing appearance and that the tree was desirable for making one wise, she took some of its fruit and ate. She also gave some to her husband, who was with her; and he ate. 

Gen 3:7  Then the eyes of both of them were opened, and they realized that they were naked. So they sewed fig leaves together to make themselves loincloths. 

Gen 3:8  They heard the voice of Adonai, God, walking in the garden at the time of the evening breeze, so the man and his wife hid themselves from the presence of Adonai, God, among the trees in the garden. 

Gen 3:9  Adonai, God, called to the man, “Where are you?” 

Gen 3:10  He answered, “I heard your voice in the garden, and I was afraid, because I was naked, so I hid myself.” 

Gen 3:11  He said, “Who told you that you were naked? Have you eaten from the tree from which I ordered you not to eat?” 

Gen 3:12  The man replied, “The woman you gave to be with me—she gave me fruit from the tree, and I ate.” 

Gen 3:13  Adonai, God, said to the woman, “What is this you have done?” The woman answered, “The serpent tricked me, so I ate.” 

Gen 3:14  Adonai, God, said to the serpent, “Because you have done this, you are cursed more than all livestock and wild animals. You will crawl on your belly and eat dust as long as you live. 

Gen 3:15  I will put animosity between you and the woman, and between your descendant and her descendant; he will bruise your head, and you will bruise his heel.” 

Gen 3:16  To the woman he said, “I will greatly increase your pain in childbirth. You will bring forth children in pain. Your desire will be toward your husband, but he will rule over you.” 

Gen 3:17  To Adam he said, “Because you listened to what your wife said and ate from the tree about which I gave you the order, ‘You are not to eat from it,’ the ground cursed on your account; you will work hard to eat from it as long as you live. 

Gen 3:18  It will produce thorns and thistles for you, and you will eat field plants. 

Gen 3:19  You will eat bread by the sweat of your forehead till you return to the ground—for you were taken out of it: you are dust, and you will return to dust.” 

Gen 3:20  The man called his wife Havah [life], because she was the mother of all living. 

Gen 3:21  Adonai, God, made garments of skin for Adam and his wife and clothed them. 

Gen 3:22  Adonai, God, said, “See, the man has become like one of us, knowing good and evil. Now, to prevent his putting out his hand and taking also from the tree of life, eating, and living forever—” 

Gen 3:23  therefore Adonai, God, sent him out of the garden of `Eden to cultivate the ground from which he was taken. 

Gen 3:24  So he drove the man out, and he placed at the east of the garden of `Eden the k’ruvim and a flaming sword which turned in every direction to guard the way to the tree of life. 

Cain and Abel

Gen 4:1  The man had sexual relations with Havah his wife; she conceived, gave birth to Kayin [acquisition] and said, “I have acquired a man from Adonai.” 

Gen 4:2  In addition she gave birth to his brother Hevel. Hevel kept sheep, while Kayin worked the soil. 

Gen 4:3  In the course of time Kayin brought an offering to Adonai from the produce of the soil; 

Gen 4:4  and Hevel too brought from the firstborn of his sheep, including their fat. Adonai accepted Hevel and his offering 

Gen 4:5  but did not accept Kayin and his offering. Kayin was very angry, and his face fell. 

Gen 4:6  Adonai said to Kayin, “Why are you angry? Why so downcast? 

Gen 4:7  If you are doing what is good, shouldn’t you hold your head high? And if you don’t do what is good, sin is crouching at the door—it wants you, but you can rule over it.” 

Gen 4:8  Kayin had words with Hevel his brother; then one time, when they were in the field, Kayin turned on Hevel his brother and killed him. 

Gen 4:9  Adonai said to Kayin, “Where is Hevel your brother?” And he replied, “I don’t know; am I my brother’s guardian?” 

Gen 4:10  He said, “What have you done? The voice of your brother’s blood is crying out to me from the ground! 

Gen 4:11  Now you are cursed from the ground, which has opened its mouth to receive your brother’s blood at your hands. 

Gen 4:12  When you farm the ground it will no longer yield its strength to you. You will be a fugitive, wandering the earth.” 

Gen 4:13  Kayin said to Adonai, “My punishment is greater than I can bear. 

Gen 4:14  You are banning me today from the land and from your presence. I will be a fugitive wandering the earth, and whoever finds me will kill me.” 

Gen 4:15  Adonai answered him, “Therefore, whoever kills Kayin will receive vengeance sevenfold,” and Adonai put a sign on Kayin, so that no one who found him would kill him. 

Gen 4:16  So Kayin left the presence of Adonai and lived in the land of Nod [wandering], east of `Eden. 

Gen 4:17  Kayin had sexual relations with his wife; she conceived and gave birth to Hanokh. Kayin built a city and named the city after his son Hanokh. 

Gen 4:18  To Hanokh was born `Irad. `Irad fathered Mechuya’el, Mechuya’el fathered Metusha’el, and Metusha’el fathered Lemekh. 

Gen 4:19  Lemekh took himself two wives; the name of the one was `Adah, while the name of the other was Tzilah. 

Gen 4:20  `Adah gave birth to Yaval; he was the ancestor of those who live in tents and have cattle. 

Gen 4:21  His brother’s name was Yuval; and he was the ancestor of all who play lyre and flute. 

Gen 4:22  Tzilah gave birth to Tuval-Kayin, who forged all kinds of tools from brass and iron; the sister of Tuval-Kayin was Na`amah. 

Gen 4:23  Lemekh said to his wives, “`Adah and Tzilah, listen to me; wives of Lemekh, hear what I say: I killed a man for wounding me, a young man who injured me. 

Gen 4:24  If Kayin will be avenged sevenfold, then Lemekh seventy-sevenfold!” 

Gen 4:25  Adam again had sexual relations with his wife, and she gave birth to a son whom she named Shet [granted], “For God has granted me another seed in place of Hevel, since Kayin killed him.” 

Gen 4:26  To Shet too was born a son, whom he called Enosh. That is when people began to call on the name of Adonai. 

Adam’s Descendants to Noah

Gen 5:1  Here is the genealogy of Adam. On the day that God created man he made him in the likeness of God; 

Gen 5:2  he created them male and female; he blessed them and called them Adam [humankind, man] on the day they were created. 

Gen 5:3  After Adam lived 130 years he fathered a son like himself and named him Shet. 

Gen 5:4  After Shet was born, Adam lived another 800 years and had both sons and daughters. 

Gen 5:5  In all, Adam lived 930 years, and then he died. 

Gen 5:6  Shet lived 105 years and fathered Enosh. 

Gen 5:7  After Enosh was born, Shet lived another 807 years and had sons and daughters. 

Gen 5:8  In all, Shet lived 912 years; then he died. 

Gen 5:9  Enosh lived ninety years and fathered Kenan. 

Gen 5:10  After Kenan was born, Enosh lived another 815 years and had sons and daughters. 

Gen 5:11  In all, Enosh lived 905 years; then he died. 

Gen 5:12  Kenan lived seventy years and fathered Mahalal’el. 

Gen 5:13  After Mahalal’el was born, Kenan lived another 840 years and had sons and daughters. 

Gen 5:14  In all, Kenan lived 910 years; then he died. 

Gen 5:15  Mahalal’el lived sixty-five years and fathered Yered. 

Gen 5:16  After Yered was born, Mahalal’el lived another 830 years and had sons and daughters. 

Gen 5:17  In all, Mahalal’el lived 895 years; then he died. 

Gen 5:18  Yered lived 162 years and fathered Hanokh. 

Gen 5:19  After Hanokh was born, Yered lived 800 years and had sons and daughters. 

Gen 5:20  In all, Yered lived 962 years; then he died. 

Gen 5:21  Hanokh lived sixty-five years and fathered Metushelach. 

Gen 5:22  After Metushelach was born, Hanokh walked with God 300 years and had sons and daughters. 

Gen 5:23  In all, Hanokh lived 365 years. 

Gen 5:24  Hanokh walked with God, and then he wasn’t there, because God took him. 

Gen 5:25  Metushelach lived 187 years and fathered Lemekh. 

Gen 5:26  After Lemekh was born, Metushelach lived 782 years and had sons and daughters. 

Gen 5:27  In all, Metushelach lived 969 years; then he died. 

Gen 5:28  Lemekh lived 182 years and fathered a son, 

Gen 5:29  whom he called Noach [restful]; for he said, “This one will comfort us in our labor, in the hard work we do with our hands [to get what comes] from the ground that Adonai cursed.” 

Gen 5:30  After Noach was born, Lemekh lived 595 years and had sons and daughters. 

Gen 5:31  In all, Lemekh lived 777 years; then he died. 

Gen 5:32  Noach was 500 years old; and Noach fathered Shem, Ham and Yefet. 

Gen 6:1  In time, when men began to multiply on earth, and daughters were born to them, 

Gen 6:2  the sons of God saw that the daughters of men were attractive; and they took wives for themselves, whomever they chose. 

Gen 6:3  Adonai said, “My Spirit will not live in human beings forever, for they too are flesh; therefore their life span is to be 120 years.” 

Gen 6:4  The N’filim were on the earth in those days, and also afterwards, when the sons of God came in to the daughters of men, and they bore children to them; these were the ancient heroes, men of renown. 

Gen 6:5  Adonai saw that the people on earth were very wicked, that all the imaginings of their hearts were always of evil only. 

Gen 6:6  Adonai regretted that he had made humankind on the earth; it grieved his heart. 

Gen 6:7  Adonai said, “I will wipe out humankind, whom I have created, from the whole earth; and not only human beings, but animals, creeping things and birds in the air; for I regret that I ever made them.” 

Gen 6:8  But Noach found grace in the sight of Adonai. 

I Samuel 20:18-42

Prophetic Timing: Rosh Hodesh Day One New Year

Rosh Hodesh Day Two – Trumpets

Third Day – Three Arrows

1Sa 20:18  Y’honatan said to him, “Tomorrow is Rosh-Hodesh, and you will be missed, because your seat will be empty. 

(This conversation happens on the last day of the year..Elul 29. In four days the answer will be known if the reigning king (Sh’ual) is a friend or foe. We too will observe a man sitting in authority in Israel. We can only determine him to be friend or foe if he supports The Torah…because in The Torah the Living Torah, The Living Word Yeshua resides.)

1Sa 20:19  The third day, hide yourself well in the same place as you did before; stay by the Departure Stone. 

1Sa 20:20  I will shoot three arrows to one side, as if I were shooting at a target. 

1Sa 20:21  Then I will send my boy to recover them. If I tell the boy, ‘They’re here on this side of you, take them,’ then come—it means that everything is peaceful for you; as Adonai lives, there’s nothing wrong. 

1Sa 20:22  But if I tell the boy, ‘The arrows are out there, beyond you,’ then get going, because Adonai is sending you away. 

1Sa 20:23  As for the matter we discussed earlier, Adonai is between you and me forever.” 

1Sa 20:24  So David hid himself in the countryside. When Rosh-Hodesh came, the king sat down to eat his meal. 

This is Tishrei One..Rosh Hoshannah – The king has a festival bringing in the new year.

1Sa 20:25  The king sat at his usual place by the wall. Y’honatan stood up, and Avner sat next to Sha’ul, but David’s place was empty. 

1Sa 20:26  However, Sha’ul didn’t say anything that day; because he thought, “Something has happened to him, he is unclean. Yes, that’s it, he isn’t clean.” 

1Sa 20:27  The day after Rosh-Hodesh, the second day, David’s place was empty; and Sha’ul said to Y’honatan his son, “Why hasn’t Yishai’s son come to the meal either yesterday or today?” 

1Sa 20:28  Y’honatan answered Sha’ul, “David begged me to let him go to Beit-Lechem. 

1Sa 20:29  He said, ‘Please let me go, because our family has a sacrifice in the city, and my brother demanded that I come. So now, if you look on me favorably, please let me get away and see my brothers.’ That’s why he hasn’t come to the king’s table.” 

1Sa 20:30  At that Sha’ul flew into a rage at Y’honatan and said, “You crooked rebel! Don’t I know that you’ve made this son of Yishai your best friend? You don’t care that you’re shaming yourself and dishonoring your mother, do you? 

1Sa 20:31  Because as long as the son of Yishai lives on this earth, neither you nor your kingdom will be secure. Now send and bring him here to me—he deserves to die.” 

1Sa 20:32  Y’honatan answered Sha’ul his father, “Why should he be put to death? What has he done?” 

1Sa 20:33  But Sha’ul threw his spear at him, aiming to kill; Y’honatan could no longer doubt that his father was determined to put David to death. 

1Sa 20:34  Y’honatan got up from the table in a fury, and he ate no food the second day of the month, both because he was upset over David and because his father had put him to shame. 

Day Two is Feast of Trumpets and truly the shofar was blown in seeing the darkness that overshadowed their kingdom. The spear was thrown at Jonathan aiming to kill him so this was NOT about Y’honatan…this was about Sh’aul remaining king his entire life.

The Third Day our Messiah is said to return. We see that on The Third Day David is sent back out into the world…just as Yeshua will be sent back into our world. Yeshua has been waiting in the heavens for all things to be restored. David’s actions is what we see patterned into the future. Yeshua Jesus did come, left and will return wearing the crown trying to be denied him…just as king Sh’aul is trying to have David killed so he can not be king. Yeshua Jesus was killed but rose back up…because YHWH’s plans will always go forth.

1Sa 20:35  The next morning Y’honatan went out into the country at the time he had arranged with David, taking with him a young boy. 

1Sa 20:36  He told the boy, “Now run and find the arrows I’m about to shoot.” As the boy ran, he shot an arrow beyond him. 

1Sa 20:37  When the boy reached the place where the arrow was that Y’honatan had shot, Y’honatan shouted at the boy, “Isn’t the arrow beyond you?” 

1Sa 20:38  Y’honatan continued shouting after the boy, “Quick! Hurry! Don’t just stand there!” Y’honatan’s boy gathered the arrows and returned to his master, 

1Sa 20:39  but the boy didn’t understand anything about the matter—only Y’honatan and David understood. 

1Sa 20:40  Y’honatan gave his weapons to his boy and said to him, “Go, carry them to the city.” 

1Sa 20:41  As soon as the boy had gone, David got up from a place south of the stone, fell face down on the ground and prostrated himself three times; and they kissed one another and wept each with the other until it became too much for David. 

1Sa 20:42  Y’honatan said to David, “Go in peace; because we have sworn, both of us, in the name of Adonai, that Adonai will be between me and you, and between my descendants and yours, forever.” 

Four (Door) Two (House/Son) – 20:42 David sees the door closing for his kingship at this time. Y’honatan knows his life is in danger as well. The ‘secret’ of this kingdom going forth will stay in their hearts and is up to Adonai. David and Y’honatan were both promised kingships. Y’honatan knew ADONAI and did not hold his right to be king. Sha’ul had sought other gods help to rule YHWH’s kingdom on earth. Sha’ul would now be removed which meant his family line would not reign either. Following gods has great consequence. We should never seek out a ‘SEER’ to know our future.

To know the end of this story let’s go to 1 Samuel 24:19 I have a friend Nissi that was in the 1973 Yom Kippur War. Forty two years later he meets his enemy…an Arab…of whom now follows Jesus. They both held their guns on each wondering if the other would shoot. Neither of them shot their guns as neither wanted to die. They walked away in a war that was full of miracles. After 42 years they met each other in Missouri. They had opened a door of friendship through the son Yeshua Jesus. Here we see that David did not kill King Sh’ual as he was pooping in a cave. David cuts a piece of his garment off proving he had been right next to him. The rest of the story is for you to read and apply. Let us love our neighbor and stop the wars. When men apply Torah (do not murder) we show we love God who created each one of us for a purpose. 42 is the last year in the 6th Shemittah cycle. It closes out everything for us to enter into Day Seven…the weekly Sabbath which was designed to show us the earth’s 7000 year rest with Yeshua king on our earth. When you see 42…take it serious…this generation of wickedness is closing out…even as we see two enemies meet and rejoice in life…42 years later in America…not in Arabia.

1Sa 24:19  You have made it clear to me today that you have done me good; for when Adonai put my fate in your hands, you didn’t kill me. 

1Sa 24:20  A man finds his enemy and lets him go unharmed?! May Adonai reward you well for what you did to me today. 

1Sa 24:21  Now I’m certain that you will indeed become king, and that the kingship of Isra’el will be established in your hands. 

Summary: Who is the chosen servant?

1Sa 20:42  Y’honatan said to David, “Go in peace; because we have sworn, both of us, in the name of Adonai, that Adonai will be between me and you, and between my descendants and yours, forever. 

ISAIAH 42:5-43:10

The Lord’s Chosen Servant – Is Described in Chapter 42

Isa 42:1  “Here is my servant, whom I support, my chosen one, in whom I take pleasure. I have put my Spirit on him; he will bring justice to the Goyim. 

Isa 42:2  He will not cry or shout; no one will hear his voice in the streets. 

Isa 42:3  He will not snap off a broken reed or snuff out a smoldering wick. He will bring forth justice according to truth; 

Isa 42:4  he will not weaken or be crushed until he has established justice on the earth, and the coastlands wait for his Torah.” 

Isa 42:5  Thus says God, Adonai, who created the heavens and spread them out, who stretched out the earth and all that grows from it, who gives breath to the people on it and spirit to those who walk on it: 

Isa 42:6  “I, Adonai, called you righteously, I took hold of you by the hand, I shaped you and made you a covenant for the people, to be a light for the Goyim, 

Isa 42:7  so that you can open blind eyes, free the prisoners from confinement, those living in darkness from the dungeon. 

Isa 42:8  I am Adonai; that is my name. I yield my glory to no one else, nor my praise to any idol. 

Isa 42:9  See how the former predictions come true; and now new things do I declare—before they sprout I tell you about them.” 

Sing to the Lord a New Song

Isa 42:10  Sing to Adonai a new song! Let his praise be sung from the ends of the earth by those sailing the sea and by everything in it, by the coastlands and those living there. 

Isa 42:11  Let the desert and its cities raise their voices, the villages where Kedar lives; let those living in Sela shout for joy; let them cry out from the mountaintops! 

Isa 42:12  Let them give glory to Adonai and proclaim his praise in the coastlands. 

Isa 42:13  Adonai will go out like a soldier, like a soldier roused to the fury of battle; he will shout, yes, he raises the battle cry; as he triumphs over his foes. 

Isa 42:14  “For a long time I have held my peace, I have been silent, restrained myself. Now I will shriek like a woman in labor, panting and gasping for air. 

Isa 42:15  I will devastate mountains and hills, wither all their vegetation, turn the rivers into islands and dry up the lakes. 

Isa 42:16  The blind I will lead on a road they don’t know, on roads they don’t know I will lead them; I will turn darkness to light before them, and straighten their twisted paths. These are things I will do without fail. 

Isa 42:17  Those who trust in idols, who say to statues, ‘You are our gods,’ will be repulsed in utter shame. 

Israel’s Failure to Hear and See

Isa 42:18  Listen, you deaf! Look, you blind!—so that you will see! 

Isa 42:19  Who is as blind as my servant, or as deaf as the messenger I send? Who is as blind as the one I rewarded, as blind as the servant of Adonai?” 

Isa 42:20  You see much but don’t pay attention; you open your ears, but you don’t listen. 

Isa 42:21  Adonai was pleased, for his righteousness’ sake, to make the Torah great and glorious. 

Isa 42:22  But this is a people pillaged and plundered, all trapped in holes and sequestered in prisons. They are there to be plundered, with no one to rescue them; there to be pillaged, and no one says, “Return them!” 

Isa 42:23  Which of you will listen to this? Who will hear and give heed in the times to come? 

Isa 42:24  Who gave Ya`akov to be pillaged, Isra’el to the plunderers? Didn’t Adonai, against whom we have sinned, in whose ways they refused to walk, he whose Torah they did not obey? 

Isa 42:25  This is why he poured on him his blazing anger as well as the fury of battle—it wrapped him in flames, yet he learned nothing; it burned him, yet he did not take it to heart. 

Israel’s Only Savior

Isa 43:1  But now this is what Adonai says, he who created you, Ya`akov, he who formed you, Isra’el: “Don’t be afraid, for I have redeemed you; I am calling you by your name; you are mine

Isa 43:2  When you pass through water, I will be with you; when you pass through rivers, they will not overwhelm you; when you walk through fire, you will not be scorched—the flame will not burn you. 

Isa 43:3  For I am Adonai, your God, the Holy One of Isra’el, your SaviorI have given Egypt as your ransom, Ethiopia and S’va for you

Isa 43:4  Because I regard you as valued and honored, and because I love you. For you I will give people, nations in exchange for your life. 

Isa 43:5  Don’t be afraid, for I am with you. I will bring your descendants from the east, and I will gather you from the west; 

Isa 43:6  I will say to the north, ‘Give them up!’ and to the south, ‘Don’t hold them back! Bring my sons from far away, and my daughters from the ends of the earth, 

Isa 43:7  everyone who bears my name, whom I created for my glory—I formed him, yes, I made him.’ “ 

(When we honor The Torah we honor Yeshua Jesus…we honor ADONAI. Bearing His name is declaring his attributes…His attributes are righteous rulings declared in His instructions, called The Torah.)

Isa 43:8  Bring forward the people who are blind but have eyes, also the deaf who have ears. 

Isa 43:9  All the nations are gathered together, and the peoples are assembled. Who among them can proclaim this and reveal what happened in the past? Let them bring their witnesses to justify themselves, so that others, on hearing, can say, “That’s true.” 

Isa 43:10  “You are my witnesses,” says Adonai, “and my servant whom I have chosen, so that you can know and trust me and understand that I am he—no god was produced before me, nor will any be after me. 

All gods are fake. None can respond or even make a fly fly.

The scales are on the eyes and the ears are waxed. The church of Laodicea is luke warm and will be spewed out.

Be hot or cold…at least then we know what you think!

Let us read one more time John 1:1-17

The Word Became Flesh

Joh 1:1  In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 

Joh 1:2  He was with God in the beginning. 

Joh 1:3  All things came to be through him, and without him nothing made had being. 

Joh 1:4  In him was life, and the life was the light of mankind. 

Joh 1:5  The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not suppressed it. 

Joh 1:6  There was a man sent from God whose name was Yochanan. 

Joh 1:7  He came to be a testimony, to bear witness concerning the light; so that through him, everyone might put his trust in God and be faithful to him. 

Joh 1:8  He himself was not that light; no, he came to bear witness concerning the light. 

Joh 1:9  This was the true light, which gives light to everyone entering the world. 

Joh 1:10  He was in the world—the world came to be through him—yet the world did not know him. 

Joh 1:11  He came to his own homeland, yet his own people did not receive him. 

Joh 1:12  But to as many as did receive him, to those who put their trust in his person and power, he gave the right to become children of God, 

Joh 1:13  not because of bloodline, physical impulse or human intention, but because of God. 

Joh 1:14  The Word became a human being and lived with us, and we saw his Sh’khinah, the Sh’khinah of the Father’s only Son, full of grace and truth. 

Joh 1:15  Yochanan witnessed concerning him when he cried out, “This is the man I was talking about when I said, ‘The one coming after me has come to rank ahead of me, because he existed before me.’ ” 

Joh 1:16  We have all received from his fullness, yes, grace upon grace. 

Joh 1:17  For the Torah was given through Moshe; grace and truth came through Yeshua the Messiah. 

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