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1 The Fathers House Kingdom Ministry The Mysteries : Seven Spirits of God INSTRUCTOR : Apostle Sophia Fenton

2 Seven Spirits of God

3 The prophets dictionary defined the word seven as: the number of divine revolutions and cycles. The number of Creator dominance that symbolises world impact and control. The number of sovereignty and absoluteness. It also defined the word Spirit as: an immaterial being. A member of the invisible worlds of Gods creation { Genesis 1:2; Psalm 143:10; Zechariah 7:12; Mark 1:10; Hebrew 1:7 }. The prophets dictionary defined the word seven as: the number of divine revolutions and cycles. The number of Creator dominance that symbolises world impact and control. The number of sovereignty and absoluteness. It also defined the word Spirit as: an immaterial being. A member of the invisible worlds of Gods creation { Genesis 1:2; Psalm 143:10; Zechariah 7:12; Mark 1:10; Hebrew 1:7 }. The online Lexicon Greek dictionary defined the word Spirit as: pneuma, which means a current of air, i.e. breath (blast) or a breeze; by analogy or figuratively, a spirit, i.e. (human) the rational soul, (by implication) vital principle, mental disposition, etc., or (superhuman) an angel, demon, or (divine) God, Christ's spirit, the Holy Spirit: ghost, life, spirit(-ual, -ually), mind.

4 Seven Spirits of God Seven Spirits Before the Throne of God : Figurative of the seven churches eventually birthed by Jesus Christ; the global powers that cover and rule Gods world. The Bibles reference to the seven spirits addresses the seven spirits before the throne of the Lord God Almighty. Their other names are the eyes of the Lord, the lamps ( light ), and the sent ones of the Lord, Revelation 5:6 states they were sent forth after the triumph of the Lamb into all the earth. Note as seven is completion and perfection, the seven spirits of God all pertain to the facilities and agencies of the Creator prepared and dispatched for His government of all creation. Thus the seven churches that eventually came out of Christs passion.

5 Seven Spirits of God The Mysteries of the Bible Old Testament & New Testament Symbolic of both the Jews & Gentiles Jesus the Lamb - who is wrapped up in the Father The Dove – the Holy Spirit The dragon/ Satan himself

6 Seven Spirits of God The Seven Spirits of God are embedded in the pureness of God. In that the Godhead in completeness is the Father, Son and Holy Spirit { Col. 2:9 } The Father is Pure Light and Light is the Father. So therefore, the Son is Light and the Holy Spirit is Light. The Divine Nature of the God is the fullness of the Ruwach all wrapped up in All three in ONE of the Godhead! So, then the seven spirits wrapped up in the Holy Spirit is the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit all in ONE! LightLight

7 Seven Spirits of God C ontinuation: The all Complete, Self-Existent GOD, who is God Before Time and God After Time and Needs nothing or no one to make HIM Fully God of the entire Universe and all of Creation has the seven spirits embebbed in Him. Genesis 1:2 so rightly declares: And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. Seven Spirits of Adonai Spirit of Light combine Truth Spirit of Love Spirit of Faith Spirit of Mercy Spirit of Judgment Spirit of Holiness Spirit of Wisdom Note without the spirit of Light all the other divine nature are left incomplete for GOD is PURE LIGHT. Seven Spirits of Adonai Spirit of Light combine Truth Spirit of Love Spirit of Faith Spirit of Mercy Spirit of Judgment Spirit of Holiness Spirit of Wisdom Note without the spirit of Light all the other divine nature are left incomplete for GOD is PURE LIGHT.

8 Seven Spirits of God C ontinuation: A Revelation to the biblical mystery of John 1:1:- The Supreme God {the Commander in Chief} was the Word and the Word was with HIM because HE is the WORD. Revelation: So, if The Word is GOD and God existed before the beginning of Creation then the Word was in a Self-existing mode of being as the Self-existing God, who is the WORD. Therefore, Yahwehs Words cannot and will not fail or fall short. There is no boundary or no limits to HIS Words. HIS Words must accomplish all that HE has commanded it to do both in the Heavens and on the Earth. Amen! Albeit, if the Word of God is in a self-existing state as like the Self- existing God. Then the Seven Spirits of God which is embedded in the Godhead must have also being in a self-existing mode of being in GOD before the foundation of the Creation. This is the reason why the seven spirits of God is PURE LIGHT in completeness of the GODHEAD Hebrew: Hashilush Hakadosh – The Holy Trinity; The Father is God - Isaiah 64:8; Malachi 2:10; John 8:54; Yeshua is God - 1 Tim. 3:16; John 1:1-14; 9:38; Titus 2:13; Heb. 1:8,9, 5:6; The Holy Spirit is God - Acts 5:3-4; John 4:24; Luke 12:10; 2 Cor. 3:17.Isaiah 64:8; Malachi 2:10; John 8:541 Tim. 3:16; John 1:1-14; 9:38; Titus 2:13; Heb. 1:8,9, 5:6Acts 5:3-4; John 4:24; Luke 12:10; 2 Cor. 3:17

9 Seven Spirits of God The Holy Menorah The Menorah was formed from one piece of pure beaten gold weighing 3,000 shekels of silver {nearly 1000 pounds}. It was a highly decorative work that had seven branches (seven lamps), nine flowers blooms, eleven fruits and twenty two cups. According to the Talmud the Menorah measured eighteen tefachim (i.e., palms) in height {from the base to the start of the lamp), or roughly 5.2 feet. It is called the LAMP OF GOD in the Scriptures 1 Samuel 3:3.

10 Seven Spirits of God C ontinuation: The " lamp of God " was to be made by hammering a single piece of solid gold into shape (Exod. 25:36). Note that the word translated "hammered" or "beaten" ( מִקְשָׁה ) comes from the word for "difficult" in Hebrew - קָשֶׁה ) According to midrash, the method for constructing the menorah was difficult for Moses to comprehend, so the LORD first showed him one in the fire and told him: " This is how you will make it." Moses was unable to do so, however, so the LORD told him to take a block of gold and have Betzalel (the carpenter from Judah ) throw it into the fire. After a flash of dazzling light, a glorious menorah came out formed by God Himself. The sages link the design of the menorah with the Torah, which is regarded as the source of Divine light in the world. The " lamp of God " was to be made by hammering a single piece of solid gold into shape (Exod. 25:36). Note that the word translated "hammered" or "beaten" ( מִקְשָׁה ) comes from the word for "difficult" in Hebrew - קָשֶׁה ) According to midrash, the method for constructing the menorah was difficult for Moses to comprehend, so the LORD first showed him one in the fire and told him: " This is how you will make it." Moses was unable to do so, however, so the LORD told him to take a block of gold and have Betzalel (the carpenter from Judah ) throw it into the fire. After a flash of dazzling light, a glorious menorah came out formed by God Himself. The sages link the design of the menorah with the Torah, which is regarded as the source of Divine light in the world.

11 Seven Spirits of God. The light of the menorah, the symbol of Divine Light, was only visible before the holy place of sacrificial atonement. The light itself came from the burning of pure olive oil - a symbol of anointing and the Holy Spirit. It was kindled by the hand of a man of peace and humility. Likewise, when we are given light to behold the sacrifice of Yeshua for our atonement ( כַּפָּרָה ), we are filled with the divine ligh t ( John 8:12; 1 John 1:7, Eph. 5:8 ). When we come to the cross, we can behold the truth of God's unfailing love that draws us to be united with Him. בֵּית יַעֲקב לְכוּ וְנֵלְכָה בְּאוֹר יהוה bet Ya·a·kov le·khu ve·nal·chah be·or Adonai "O House of Jacob! Come, let us walk in the light of the LORD" (Isaiah 2:5)Isaiah 2:5 Connecting the Seven Spirits of God to the Menorah. The Menorah is symbolic of the Seven Spirits of God in that the servant stem (which is the middle oil holder) is the entire source from which the other six olive oil holder receive its light from. Connecting the Seven Spirits of God to the Menorah. The Menorah is symbolic of the Seven Spirits of God in that the servant stem (which is the middle oil holder) is the entire source from which the other six olive oil holder receive its light from. C ontinuation:

12 Seven Spirits of God C ontinuation: Connecting the Seven Spirits of God to the Menorah and the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden! The menorah symbolises light, growth, unity, and the Tree of Life (i.e., unity of Torah). All its parts were formed from a single piece of pure gold (זָהָב טָהוֹר that was "beaten" or "hammered" into shape (Exod. 25:36). This is a symbol of the divine substance (gold has a hint of the colour of blood combined with the pure white). Note further that the menorah sat upon a three-legged base - a hint of hashilush ha-kadosh (the triune nature of the Godhead that is the Root of all reality). This is another image of the concept of echdut - unity in plurality found in the Torah. Just as the many parts of the Mishkan were put together to form "one Tabernacle הַמִּשְׁכָּן אֶחָד) and the prophet Ezekiel was told to join together two sticks to form "one tree" (עֵץ אֶחָד, see Ezek. 37:17), so the many parts of the menorah were likewise fashioned to form "one menorah" (Exod. 25:36, 26:6).

13 Seven Spirits of God C ontinuation: The Torah itself is made up of five separate Books, but it is nevertheless one Torah, just as the children of Israel were divided into Kohanim (priests), Levites, and Israelites, though together they form one nation... Yeshua likewise taught us there would be ONE flock culled from both Jews and Gentiles, having one Shepherd (John 10:16). Seven branches (i.e., kanim: קָנִים, from קָנֶה, a "reed" or "stalk"). Unlike modern depictions of the menorah, it is thought that the branches were all straight (yashar), not curved. In that sense, the menorah itself resembled a tree, just as the Torah is referred to as a Tree of Life.John 10:16

14 Seven Spirits of God Connecting the Seven Spirits of God to the Menorah and the Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden! C ontinuation: How and Why? How: Seven Spirits of God is the unique divine nature of the Godhead. The Seven Lampstand Menorah is the symbolic LIGHT of the Seven Spirits of God which is Eternal and for Eternity. In that the servant lamp { Shamash } of the Menorah is the Light bearing source of the six other lamps that burns in the Holy Place of the Tabernacle and even now in Jewish Synagogues. The Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden is a source of Eternal life. In that the Father YAH of Eternity, created and given this Tree of Life the stem of Life for Eternal and Eternity, whereby had not Mankind Sin they would have live as a Tripartite Spirit, Soul and Body in a state of Life for Eternity – Mankind would not have known the Spirit of Death nor would the other elements of the Universe would have come to the process of decay and destruction. For The Godhead is Eternal and is for Eternity, so therefore The Menorah Burning Light would symbolise an Eternal Light Burning of Gods LIGHT for He is LIGHT. The Tree of Life in PARADISE is an Eternity source of life which was purpose for Mankind by Elohim.

15 Seven Spirits of God The word PARADISE unlock would give one the FOUR LEVEL of Understanding the Scriptures in Hebrew. Pshah { Simple }, Remez { Hint }, Drash { Search } and the final level is Sod { Hidden}. In the Hebrew Language there is no vowels: So removes the two A, I, E from the English Word Paradise and one will have P R D S in Hebrew which is the 4 levels of Discerning and Comprehending the Words of GOD. Why: The ultimate reason why the Seven Spirits of God is connected to the Menorah and Tree of Life in the Garden of Eden is because the Fathers divine Love and ever-loving grace wants Mankind His Creation to come to a more deeper and grounded understanding of who the complete Godhead is!

16 Seven Spirits of God The Menorah 'Thou shalt make a candlestick of pure gold.... Exodus 25:31. Exodus 25:31 If we could have followed the Jewish priest as he passed in his daily ministrations into the Inner Court, we should have seen that he first piled the incense on the altar which stood in its centre, and then turned to trim the lamps of the golden candlestick which flanked it on one side. Of course it was not a candlestick, as our versions misleadingly render the word. That was an article of furniture unknown in those days. The Menorah 'Thou shalt make a candlestick of pure gold.... Exodus 25:31. Exodus 25:31 If we could have followed the Jewish priest as he passed in his daily ministrations into the Inner Court, we should have seen that he first piled the incense on the altar which stood in its centre, and then turned to trim the lamps of the golden candlestick which flanked it on one side. Of course it was not a candlestick, as our versions misleadingly render the word. That was an article of furniture unknown in those days. C ontinuation:

17 Seven Spirits of God It was a lampstand ; from a central upright stem branched off on either side three arms decorated with what the Book calls 'beaten work,' and what we in modern jewellers' technicality call repousse work, each of which bore on its top, like a flower on its stalk, a shallow cup filled with oil, in which a wick floated. There were thus seven lamps in all, including that on the central stem. The material was costly, the work adorning it was artistic, the oil with which it was fed was carefully prepared, the number of its lamps expressed perfection, it was daily trimmed by the priest, and there, all through the night, it burned, the one spot of light in a dark desert. It was a lampstand ; from a central upright stem branched off on either side three arms decorated with what the Book calls 'beaten work,' and what we in modern jewellers' technicality call repousse work, each of which bore on its top, like a flower on its stalk, a shallow cup filled with oil, in which a wick floated. There were thus seven lamps in all, including that on the central stem. The material was costly, the work adorning it was artistic, the oil with which it was fed was carefully prepared, the number of its lamps expressed perfection, it was daily trimmed by the priest, and there, all through the night, it burned, the one spot of light in a dark desert. C ontinuation:

18 Seven Spirits of God C ontinuation: The Menorah Linked to Tree of Life T HE supreme benefit, and the highest good bestowed by the Creator on human beings (after the gift of existence and the perfected faculties of perception and intelligence), is Wisdom.

19 Seven Spirits of God An introduction to the uncovering of the in the mysteries of Revelation. The title came into usage from the first word of the book in Koine Greek : apokalupsis, meaning "unveiling" or "revelation.Koine Greek

20 Seven Spirits of God The Revelation of Jesus Christ - This is evidently a title or caption of the whole book, and is designed to comprise the substance of the whole; for all that the book contains would be embraced in the general declaration that it is a revelation of Jesus Christ. The word rendered " Revelation " - Α ̓ ποκαλυψις Apokalupsis, whence we have derived our word "Apocalypse" - means properly an that is, nakedness; from α ̓ ποκαλυπτω apokalupto ̄, to uncover. It would apply to anything which had been covered up so as to be bidden from the view, as by a veil, a darkness, in an ark or chest, and then made manifest by removing the covering. It comes then to be used in the sense of disclosing or revealing, by removing the veil of darkness or ignorance. " There is nothing covered that shall not be revealed. This may be done: ( a ) by instruction in regard to what was before obscure; that is, by statements of what was unknown before the statements were made; as in Luke 2:32, where it is said that Christ would be "a light to lighten the Gentiles" or when it is applied to the divine mysteries, purposes, or doctrines, before obscure or unknown, but made clear by light revealed in the gospel, Romans 16:25; 1 Corinthians 2:10; 1 Corinthians 14:6; Ephesians 3:5.Luke 2:32Romans 16:251 Corinthians 2:101 Corinthians 14:6Ephesians 3:5

21 Seven Spirits of God C ontinuation: (b) by the event itself; as the manifestation of the wrath of God at the day of judgment will disclose the true nature of his wrath. "After thy hardness and impenitent heart treasurest up unto thyself wrath against the day of wrath and "revelation" of the righteous judgment of God," Revelation 2:5. "For the earnest expectation of the creature waiteth for the manifestation (Greek revelation) of the sons of God," Romans 8:19; that is until it shall be manifest by the event what they who are the children of God are to be. In this sense the word is frequently applied to the second advent or appearing of the Lord Jesus Christ, as disclosing him in his glory, or showing what he truly is; "When the Lord Jesus shall be revealed," 2 Thessalonians 1:7 - ε ̓ ν τη ͂ͅ α ̓ ποκαλυψει en te ̄ n apokalupsei - in the revelation of Jesus Christ; "Waiting for the coming (the revelation - την α ̓ ποκάλυψιν te ̄ n apokalupsin of our Lord Jesus Christ," 1 Corinthians 1:7; "At the appearing (Greek revelation) of Jesus Christ," 1 Peter 1:7; "When his glory shall be revealed," 1 Peter 4:13.Revelation 2:5Romans 8:192 Thessalonians 1:71 Corinthians 1:71 Peter 1:71 Peter 4:13

22 Seven Spirits of God Thus, the word גּלה gaalaah is used in Amos 3:7, "Surely the Lord God will do nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto his servants." So Job 33:16, "Then he openeth (revealeth or uncovereth; Heb. יגלה yigleh) the ears of men"; that is, in a dream, he discloses to their ears his truth before concealed or unknown. Compare Daniel 2:22, Daniel 2:28-29; Daniel 10:1; Deuteronomy 29:29. The idea is that of a disclosure of an extraordinary character, beyond the mere ability of man, by a special communication from heaven. This is manifest, not only from the usual meaning of this word, but by the word "prophecy," in Revelation 1:3, and by all the arrangements by which these things were made known. The ideas which would be naturally conveyed by the use of this word in this connection are two:-Amos 3:7Job 33:16 Daniel 2:22Daniel 2:28-29Daniel 10:1Deuteronomy 29:29Revelation 1:3 (1) that there was something which was before hidden, obscure, or unknown; and, (2) that this was so disclosed by these communications as to be seen or known. The things hidden or unknown were those which pertained to the future; the method of disclosing them was mainly by symbols. C ontinuation:

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24 Revelation 1:1-3 This book is the Revelation of Jesus Christ; the whole Bible is so; for all revelation comes through Christ, and all relates to him. Its principal subject is to discover the purposes of God concerning the affairs of the church, and of the nations as connected therewith, to the end of the world. These events would surely come to pass; and they would begin to come to pass very shortly. Though Christ is himself God, and has light and life in himself, yet, as Mediator between God and man, he receives instructions from the Father. To him we owe the knowledge of what we are to expect from God, and what he expects from us. The subject of this revelation was, the things that must shortly come to pass. On all who read or hear the words of the prophecy, a blessing is pronounced.

25 Seven Spirits of God The seven Spirits of God are mentioned four times in the Book of Revelation : Revelation 1:4 John to the seven churches which are in Asia: Grace be unto you, and peace, from him which is, and which was, and which is to come; and from the seven Spirits which are before his throne; Revelation 3:1 And unto the angel of the church in Sardis write; These things saith he that hath the seven Spirits of God, and the seven stars ; I know thy works, that thou hast a name that thou livest, and art dead. Revelation 4:5 And out of the throne proceeded lightnings and thunderings and voices: and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God. Revelation 5:6 And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth.

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27 Zechariah 4:2 And said unto me, What seest thou? And I said, I have looked, and behold a candlestick all of gold, with a bowl upon the top of it, and his seven lamps thereon, and seven pipes to the seven lamps, which are upon the top thereof: Zechariah 4:10 For who hath despised the day of small things? for they shall rejoice, and shall see the plummet in the hand of Zerubbabel with those seven; they are the eyes of the LORD, which run to and fro through the whole earth.

28 Seven Spirits of God Ezekiel 1:28 As the appearance of the bow that is in the cloud in the day of rain, so was the appearance of the brightness round about. This was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the LORD. And when I saw it, I fell upon my face, and I heard a voice of one that spake. Genesis 9:13 I {Elohim} do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth. 1 John 1:5 This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all. 2 Peter 1:4 Whereby are given unto us exceeding great and precious promises: that by these ye might be partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust.

29 Seven Spirits of God Grace: Greek charis, khar'-ece; Further breakdown: chairo, graciousness (as gratifying), of manner or act (literal, figurative or spiritual; especially the divine influence upon the heart, and its reflection in the life; including gratitude): acceptable, benefit, favour, gift, grace(ious), joy, liberality, pleasure, thank(s, worthy). To be "cheerful, i.e. calmly happy or well-off; especially as salutation (on meeting or parting), be well: farewell, be glad, God speed, greeting, joy(fully), rejoice. Peace : Greek eirene, i-ray'-nay by implication, prosperity : one, peace, quietness, rest, set at one again. Revelation 1:4 John to the seven churches which are in Asia: Grace be unto you, and peace, from him which is, and which was, and which is to come; and from the seven Spirits which are before his throne;

30 C ontinuation: Seven Spirit of God Him which is, which was, is to come:A phrase combining with the present participle and imperfect of and the present participle of by means of; the one being and the one that was and the one coming, that is, the Eternal, as a divine epithet of Christ. Seven – Greek: hepta, hep-tah' Spirits – Greek: pneuma, A primary number; seven: seven. The number of divine revolutions and cycles. The number of Creator dominance that symbolises world impact and control. The number of sovereignty and absoluteness. ( divine ) God, Christ's spirit, the Holy Spirit: ghost, life, spiritual, ually), mind. Throne - Greek: G2362, thronos, thron'- os From θραω thrao ̄ (to sit); a stately seat (throne); by implication power or (concretely) a potentate: seat, throne.

31 Seven Spirits of God Revelation 3:1 And unto the angel of the church in Sardis write; These things saith he that hath the seven Spirits of God, and the seven stars ; I know thy works, that thou hast a name that thou livest, and art dead. He that hath: Greek; echo, ekh'-o Seven Spirits of God; and the to hold (literally or figuratively, direct or remote; such as possession; ability, continuity, relation, or condition): be (able, possessed with), accompany, begin to amend, can(not), conceive, count, diseased, do eat, enjoy, fear, following, have, keep, lack, go to law, lie, of necessity, need, next, recover, reign, rest, return, sick, take for, tremble, uncircumcised, use. Seven stars: 792. asterh aster, as-tare'a star (as strown over the sky), literally or figuratively: star. Seven Stars of God cover, spread over the abode of God!

32 The Meaning of Samekh The root of the word Samekh means to lean upon, to uphold, or to support. The root is also found in the Jewish concept of semikhah, the laying on of hands upon the head of a sacrificial victim in a blood ritual of the Jewish Temple, which was also a means of consecrating the priesthood ( Lev. 8; Exodus 29, etc.). Biblical references to the root occur in Lev 16:21, Deut 34:9, Ezekiel 24:2, and elsewhere. In ancient times, Samekh may have represented a shield. Today, the Jewish Rabbinical ordination ceremony is called a semikhah. The unlocking of Seven STARS in Hebrew The seven stars are seven spirits as well: Hebrew: S = Samekh T = Tav A = Alef R = Resh S = Samekh Insight: Note the Seven Stars supports and lean upon the seven spirits of God within the Godhead. Just as heaven is lined with rows of stars so the Garden of Eden is lined with rows of the righteous who shine like the stars" (Aggadah {Talmud}.Song 13:55). The Mystery of Samekh According to the Chazl (sages), Samekh is said to represent the endless and ever-ascending spiral of Gods glory in the universe. This cycle is hinted at in the divine (seder) of creation, and is revealed in both the seasons and in the rhythm of the Jewish modeim (festivals).modeim

33 Continuation: The unlocking of Seven STARS in Hebrew The seven stars are seven spirits as well: Hebrew: S = Samekh T = Tav A = Alef R = Reish S = Samekh Insight: Note the Seven Stars supports and lean upon the seven spirits of God within the Godhead. The Gematria of Samekh The letter Samekh is represented as Yod - Hey in the Hebrew numbering system, which is also one of the Sacred Names of God. The Miracle of Samekh The letter Nun, which immediately precedes the letter Samekh in the alphabet, suggests someone who is bent, or someone who humbles himself in brokenness and submission to the LORD God. Putting these two letters together, we have the Hebrew word nes, miracle.YodHey

34 The seven stars are connected to the seven spirits: Rev. 1:20. Hebrew: S = Samekh T = Tav A = Alef R = Resh S = Samekh Insight: Note the Seven Stars supports and lean upon the seven spirits of God within the Godhead. STARS: ALEF ( SILENT STRENGHT ) & TAV – Sign of true Covenant and RESH: Beginning, First and Head. SAMEKH: to Uphold and Support! So the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit with the Seven Spirits of God all embedded within the Godhead together with the seven Stars. Demonstrated the mysteries of the GODHEAD in that the Word STARS defined in the Hebrew context identifies a theological meaning: R= Resh; Beginning, First and Head connect to A= Alef which is the Silent Strength and T = TAV which is the true Covenant which then connects to S x 2 = Samekh which means to uphold and support. So the complete Godhead of the Self-Existing GOD has Uphold and Support and Sustain the Entire Creation and Universe without defeat & deficiency at all TIMES. To the King of Ages, immortal, invisible, the only God, be honour and glory forever and ever {1 Tim 1:17.} Amen!

35 Seven Spirits of God C ontinuation: Further breakdown of the word Star: stereos, ster-eh-os; 2476.histemi, his'-tay-mee; tithemi, tith'-ay-mee stiff, i.e. solid, stable (literally or figuratively): steadfast, strong, sure. abide, appoint, bring, continue, covenant, establish, hold up, lay, present, set (up), stanch, stand (by, forth, still, up). an upright and active position, utterly prostrate): advise, appoint, bow, commit, conceive, give, kneel down, lay (aside, up), make, ordain, purpose, put, set (forth), settle, sink down. The Message of Revelation 3:1 is that Omniscience and Omnipresence God, who abide and covenant with those who lay aside sin and kneel down before HIM and stays in His Holy presence will be establish and have purpose in their life to demonstrate the Fathers Will whilst living on Earth until He returns.

36 Seven Spirits of God Revelation 4:5 And out of the throne proceeded lightnings and thunderings and voices: and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God. Throne - Greek: thronos, thron'-os a stately seat ("throne"); by implication, power or a potentate: seat, throne. Lightnings – Greek: 796. astraph astrape, as-trap-ay lightning; by analogy, glare: flash as lightning, to shine, bright shining. Thunderings – Greek: bronte, bron-tay (to roar); thunder: thunder(-ing). Seven Lamps – Greek: lampas, lam-pas Further breakdown : lampo a "lamp": is a vessel of light, light, torch. Prophetically, it symbolises enlightment, instruction, and guidance. Such qualities lead to prosperity. Thus another symbolic application is the Word of the Elohim { Prov. 6:23}. to beam, i.e. radiate brilliancy (literally or figuratively): give light, shine.

37 Seven Spirits of God C ontinuation: Fire - Greek: pur pur, poor "fire" (literally or figuratively, specially, lightning): fiery, fire. Burnings – Greek: kaiw kaio, kah'-yo to set on fire, i.e. kindle or (by implication) consume: burn, light. The Message in this Scripture is: Just as how the seven lamps of fire of God burns constantly which are the seven spirits of God shines and radiates before the Throne of Adonai, so too must the Bride of Christ radiates and shines in the Will of the Father and in His Words.

38 Seven Spirits of God Revelation 5:6 And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth. Lamb – Greek: 721. arnion, ar-nee'- on a lambkin: lamb. An innocent, pure, and sinless sacrifice designated as acceptable for the appeasement of a deity. Lambs were a common ancient animal sacrifice chosen because of their abject obedience to, and reliance upon, their shepherds. This was displayed in their characteristically mute submission to slaughter. Horn – Greek: kerav keras, ker'- as; a horn (literally or figuratively): horn. An object that symbolises force, strength, virility, and combat. A warriors and rulers insignia. It was used as an instrument to call to arms and as a battle sound ( Joshua 6:5 )

39 C ontinuation: Seven Spirits of God Eyes – Greek: ophthalmos,the eye (literally or figuratively); by implication, vision; envy (from the jealous side-glance): eyes, sight. Fountains, faces, surfaces. A spiritual or natural presence. Spiritual perception. The presence of eyes in prophetic contexts indicates protection and the supervisory powers of the invisible world. The eyes are referred to as the source of passion, judgment and emotions. The eyes are seen as the revelator of the souls contents {Matthew 6:22 & 20:15}. Spirits of– Greek: pneuma God – Greek: theos; a deity, the supreme Divinity; figuratively, a magistrate: God, god(-ly, -ward). (superhuman) an angel, demon, or ( divine) God, Christ's spirit, the Holy Spirit: ghost, life, spirit(-ual, -ually), mind.

40 C ontinuation: Seven Spirits of God Commentary: Revelation 5:6 As John the Revelator gazes at the throne having just heard of the Lion of Judah, suddenly he beholds the slain Lamb which now lives. Jesus is thus seen to be both the Lion and the Lamb. At His first advent Christ came meekly as the Lamb of God to die a sacrificial death so that all who trust Him might be saved from the just penalty of their sin { Isaiah 53:7; John 1:29, 36 }. However, at Yahwehs second Advent, He will come as a strong lion to judge the ungodly { Rev.19:11 }. Christ comes as deity with seven horns (complete omnipotent power ) and seven eyes (complete omniscient knowledge ) to receive this book which some have called, The Title Deed to the Universe. Note only the Father could give it; only the Son could receive it!

41 SEVEN EYES – Revelation 5:6 We do not have to guess at the identity of the seven eyes. The passage tells us their meaning. They represent the seven Spirits of God, sent out into all the earth. They are pictured as seven eyes. I think that there is a reason for this. It is because God wants us to know that He is watching. Do you remember the story of Jonah? He thought that he could run to the Tarshish, but God was there. He told the sailors to cast him into the sea, but God was there. And even in the belly of the whale, God was still there. Go where he might, Jonah could not escape the presence of God. And neither can you. Seven Spirits of God

42 Zechariah 4:2 And said unto me, What seest thou? And I said, I have looked, and behold a candlestick all of gold, with a bowl upon the top of it, and his seven lamps thereon, and seven pipes to the seven lamps, which are upon the top thereof : The visionary candlestick, all of gold, with its seven lamps, is a figurative representation of the seven-branched golden candlestick in the tabernacle, and differs from this only in the three following additions which are peculiar to itself: (1) That is has its gulla ̂ h {bowls} : מְנֹרָה ; cf. Hosea 13:2, and Ewald, 257, d), i.e., a can or round vessel for the oil, which was omitted altogether from the candlestick of the holy place, when the lamps were filled with oil by the priests, "at the top of it" ( על־ראשׁהּ ); (2) That it had seven mu ̄ tsa ̂ qo ̄ th ( pipes ) each for the lamps, that is to say, tubes through which the oil poured from the gulla ̂ h into the lamps, or was conducted to them, whereas the candlestick of the tabernacle had no pipes, but only seven arms (qa ̂ nı ̄ m), for the purpose of holding the lamps, which of course could not be required in the case of the visionary candlestick.Hosea 13:2 The visionary candlestick, all of gold, with its seven lamps, is a figurative representation of the seven-branched golden candlestick in the tabernacle, and differs from this only in the three following additions which are peculiar to itself: (1) That is has its gulla ̂ h {bowls} : מְנֹרָה ; cf. Hosea 13:2, and Ewald, 257, d), i.e., a can or round vessel for the oil, which was omitted altogether from the candlestick of the holy place, when the lamps were filled with oil by the priests, "at the top of it" ( על־ראשׁהּ ); (2) That it had seven mu ̄ tsa ̂ qo ̄ th ( pipes ) each for the lamps, that is to say, tubes through which the oil poured from the gulla ̂ h into the lamps, or was conducted to them, whereas the candlestick of the tabernacle had no pipes, but only seven arms (qa ̂ nı ̄ m), for the purpose of holding the lamps, which of course could not be required in the case of the visionary candlestick.Hosea 13:2

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44 The Golden Bowl - The Revealer And said unto me, What seest thou? And I said, I have looked, and behold a candlestick (menorah) all of gold, with a bowl (gullah) upon the top of it, and his seven lamps thereon, and seven pipes to the seven lamps, which are upon the top thereof: And two olive trees by it, one upon the right side of the bowl, and the other upon the left side thereof. Zechariah 4:2-10. Zechariah's vision of the golden menorah is similar to the one God revealed to Moses. The difference is in the surrounding images of the two olive trees and the golden bowl with the seven pipes that fed oil to each of the seven lamps. Here the word translated as bowl is gullah, from the root galal. It primarily means "a round thing." It is spelt with exactly the same Letters as galah (to reveal), only the vowel points differ. The Menorah therefore has a total of Twenty-Two Bowls since each side branch has three and the central branch four, yielding 6 x = 22. The text distinguishes these bowls from the gullah standing above Zechariah's Menorah by using a different word, gavia. Rabbinic tradition teaches that these correspond to the Twenty-Two Letters of the Hebrew Alphabet, the containers (delimiters) of God's creative impulse.

45 Seven Spirits of God The things hidden or unknown were those which pertained to the future; the method of disclosing them was mainly by symbols. Here in this scripture verse the Prophet Zechariah is declaring and identifying and describing what he has saw in the heavenly vision. Behold the candlestick of all gold: CANDLESTICK: People who carry the light of God. The lamp stand, Spirit of God. (Church) GOLD: Of God. Seal of divinity. Honourable. Gods Glory, Faithful, Endurance, Holiness that endures. Symbol of Honour; of high valour. Something valuable that endures. BOWL: A measure of something. An object of spiritual and divine outpouring, eating, and personal ablution by authority and judicial figures. By Called a vial in the New King James Version. The vessel for the soul, as the spirit is contained in lamp stands as Ecclesiastes 12:6 says. 1 Samuel 10:1; Revelation 16. PIPES : to summon or lead by a pipe, to utter (something) shrilly, high, to signal the arrival or departure of.

46 Seven Spirits of God The message: Elohim the Creator God of all the Universe had summon the Prophet to download a declaration and a warning to the people of God. In that the LIGHT of the candlestick of gold which is then assist with bowls and the seven lamps with the seven pipes to the seven lamps illustrated a complete message to Gods Creation {Mankind} that His fullness of the Light of the Seven Spirits of Yahweh will automatically radiates in the life of His people if they choose to worship Him in Spirit and Truth operating from within their hearts and Minds. This will then resulted in a lifestyle of pure holiness in Adonai for the Bride of Christ! Zechariah the Prophet of Old!

47 Seven Spirits of God Genesis 9:13 I {Elohim} do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth. 1 John 1:5 This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all. Genesis 9:13 I {Elohim} do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth. 1 John 1:5 This then is the message which we have heard of him, and declare unto you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all. According to Genesis 9:13 I, the self-existing God have chosen to make a covenant between Himself and the occupants of the earth! Covenant: Greek: ber-eeth, a compact (because made by passing between pieces of flesh): confederacy,(con-)feder(-ate), covenant, league. Further breakdown : baw-rar, to clarify (i.e. brighten), examine, select: make bright, choice, chosen, cleanse (be clean), clearly, polished, (shewself) pure(-ify), purge (out).

48 Seven Spirits of God Note with Christs Crucifixion and Resurrection mankind no longer have to serve ADONAI from the outer court; they now have access to the Holiest of Holiest where the complete Godhead dwells. Albeit, the fullness of the Ruwach of the Seven Spirits of God which is embedded in the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit. The Bride of Christ having this type of access to the Godhead will have total illumination of pure Light in Spirit, Soul and Body. In the Holiest of Holiest that is where the Bride of Christ can begin to look through the eyes of the LORD. Heb. Ayin: t he word Ayin means – eye; to see, and by extension, to understand and obey. It also means Divine Providence.

49 Seven Spirits of God The Eye of the Disciple... The way we choose to see is ultimately a spiritual decision. The sages say, "Whoever has the following three traits is among the disciples of our father Abraham; and whoever has three different traits is among the disciples of the wicked Balaam. Those who have a good eye ( עַיִן טוֹבָה ), a humble spirit ( רוּחַ נְמוּכָה ), and a lowly soul ( נֶפֶשׁ שְׁפָלָה ) are the disciples of our forefather Abraham; [but] those who have an evil eye ( עַיִן רָעָה ), an arrogant spirit ( רוּחַ גְּבוֹהָה ), and an greedy soul ( נֶפֶשׁ רְחָבָה ) are the disciples of Balaam the wicked" Numbers 22 & (Mishnah: Pirke Avot 5:22). The Eye of the Disciple... The way we choose to see is ultimately a spiritual decision. The sages say, "Whoever has the following three traits is among the disciples of our father Abraham; and whoever has three different traits is among the disciples of the wicked Balaam. Those who have a good eye ( עַיִן טוֹבָה ), a humble spirit ( רוּחַ נְמוּכָה ), and a lowly soul ( נֶפֶשׁ שְׁפָלָה ) are the disciples of our forefather Abraham; [but] those who have an evil eye ( עַיִן רָעָה ), an arrogant spirit ( רוּחַ גְּבוֹהָה ), and an greedy soul ( נֶפֶשׁ רְחָבָה ) are the disciples of Balaam the wicked" Numbers 22 & (Mishnah: Pirke Avot 5:22).

50 Seven Spirits of God The attributes of DEITY: "Him who is, and who was, and who is to be," can be no other than the great Pre-existent, who said to Moses, "I AM THAT I AM," Ex.13:14. The all seeing, all knowing, all hearing, all powerful God.

51 Seven Spirits of God Synopsis: The seven Spirits might also correspond to the seven Virtues (Dunamis), or the seven Potencies of God: Courage, Fortitude, Temperance, Justice, Hope, Faith, Charity. Meaning of Greek word Dunamis: to describe dynamic power of the sort that generates and manifests the miracle of God. Matthew 11:20; Luke 1:17; Acts 2:22; Romans 1:16; 1 Corinthians 12:28; 2 Timothy 1:7. Rev. 1:4-8 There can be no true peace, where there is not true grace ; and where grace goeth before, peace will follow. This blessing is in the name of God, of the Holy Trinity, it is an act of adoration. The Father is first named; he is described as the Jehovah who is, and who was, and who is to come, eternal, unchangeable. The Holy Spirit is called the seven spirits, the perfect Spirit of God, in whom there is a diversity of gifts and operations. The Lord Jesus Christ was from eternity, a Witness to all the counsels of God. He is the First-born from the dead, who will by his own power raise up his people. He is the Prince of the kings of the earth; by him their counsels are overruled, and to him they are accountable. Sin leaves a stain of guilt and pollution upon the soul. Nothing can fetch out this stain but the blood of Christ ; and Christ shed his own blood to satisfy Divine justice, and purchase pardon and purity for his people.

52 Synopsis: Seven Spirits of God The attributes of DEITY: "Him who is, and who was, and who is to be," can be no other than the great Pre-existent, who said to Moses, "I AM THAT I AM," Ex.13:14. The scripture declares Seven Spirits of God. However, there is only the One Spirit {which is the Holy Spirit} and all seven spirits are embedded in the One Holy Spirit. The seven spirits portray the omnipresent, omniscience, and omnipotent Spirit of ADONAI. God IS PURE LIGHT – and His divine heavenly nature is absolute PURE LIGHT in His fullness, eternity and eternal covenant in HIM. God SPIRIT OF PURE LIGHT in His fullness. So the seven spirits of God embedded and merged into the Spirit of Light which then is the Pure Light of God, because GOD is first a SPIRIT and He is Light! When the Corporate Bride of Christ is dressed in PURE LIGHT then the divine nature of the seven Spirits of the Godhead will be in full and complete operation in his/her life. This is why the scripture {Eph. 5:27} declares no spot, blemish or wrinkle can be on the Bride of Christ and no spot, blemish or wrinkle can enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Note: With the Seven Spirits of God; Light & Truth goes together, Love with Wisdom, Faith with Holiness, Mercy with Judgment.

53 Synopsis: Seven Spirits of God The Onus is on you to have the full and complete operation of the Seven Spirits of the Godhead in your Life!

54 When non-observant people talk about how difficult it is to observe Jewish law, they usually mention the difficulty of observing Shabbat or keeping kosher or other similarly detailed rituals. Yet the laws that are most difficult to keep, that are most commonly violated even by observant Jews, are the laws regarding improper speech. This is a very important area of Jewish law; entire books have been written on the subject. The Power of SpeechJewish lawShabbatkosher Judaism is intensely aware of the power of speech and of the harm that can be done through speech. T he rabbis note that the universe itself was created through speech. Of the 43 sins enumerated in the Al Cheit confession recited on Yom Kippur, 11 are sins committed through speech. The Talmud tells that the tongue is an instrument so dangerous that it must be kept hidden from view, behind two protective walls (the mouth and teeth) to prevent its misuse. rabbisAl CheitYom KippurTalmud Level: Intermediate Gossip and slander are serious sins in Judaism Judaism forbids causing any deception or embarrassment through speech It is forbidden even if the statement is true There are some exceptions that allow tale-bearing Speech and Lashon Ha-Ra

55 The harm done by speech is even worse than the harm done by stealing or by cheating someone financially: money lost can be repaid, but the harm done by speech can never be repaired. For this reason, some sources indicate that there is no forgiveness for lashon ha-ra (disparaging speech). This is probably hyperbole, but it illustrates the seriousness of improper speech. A Chasidic tale vividly illustrates the danger of improper speech: A man went about the community telling malicious lies about the rabbi. Later, he realized the wrong he had done, and began to feel remorse. He went to the rabbi and begged his forgiveness, saying he would do anything he could to make amends. The rabbi told the man, "Take a feather pillow, cut it open, and scatter the feathers to the winds." The man thought this was a strange request, but it was a simple enough task, and he did it gladly. When he returned to tell the rabbi that he had done it, the rabbi said, "Now, go and gather the feathers. Because you can no more make amends for the damage your words have done than you can recollect the feathers."Chasidicrabbi


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