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Saturday, May 10, 2014

Bethlehem, Zion and the Land of the Living

City of David And The Gates of Paradise





"For thus saith the Lord God; When I shall make thee a desolate city, like the cities that are not inhabited; when I shall bring up the deep upon thee, and great waters shall cover thee;

20. When I shall bring thee down with them that descend into the pit, with the people of old time, and shall set thee in the low parts of the earth, in places desolate of old, with them that go down to the pit, that thou be not inhabited; and I shall set glory in the land of the living;

21. I will make thee a terror, and thou shalt be no more: though thou be sought for, yet shalt thou never be found again, saith the Lord God."


The verse posted above was chosen on the subject of the earth on which we live (or IN which we live depending on what you believe), and because of what happened on Tuesday morning here, I think we’re going to just keep going on this subject.

We are going to keep moving along this topic and if you haven’t seen yet, some updated information can be found on “The Kid Gloves are Off”.  Amongst other “news of the world” articles covered there, we also found a remarkably timely article (posted on the 6th, the day after I posted “Receiving Thy Sight”) about the reported “fortress” of King David; that and the episode of the fighters flying over my house at a ridiculously low altitude are posted on “Kid Gloves…” – not safe that’s for sure.  There is just no reason for that.  People like that shouldn’t even have a driver’s license let alone operate a plane.  It’s very irresponsible.  My neighbors have horses and anyone riding would have been seriously hurt!

In Ezekiel 26 above, God communicates to Ezekiel to prophesy about those things.  And in these passages Ezekiel is told by God that he will “bring up the deep” upon  them and cover them.  God will bring them down with those that go into the pit with the people of old time; in the desolate places of old and set them in the lowest parts of the earth, where David said he was made in secret;

"I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well.  15. My substance was not hid from thee, when I was made in secret, and curiously wrought in the lowest parts of the earth.

16 Thine eyes did see my substance, yet being unperfect; and in thy book all my members were written, which in continuance were fashioned, when as yet there was none of them."

In John 8, Jesus tells the Pharisees  that they are from “this world” and he is not, they that are from “beneath” and he is from above:

"And he said unto them, Ye are from beneath; I am from above: ye are of this world; I am not of this world."

In John chapter 18, Jesus reiterates -  

"Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence."

Jesus tells Pilate that his kingdom is not of this world.  If Jesus was to ascend to the throne of David, what does this tell you about David’s kingdom?  What does it tell you about the temple, and the “many breaches” in the wall of the City of David?

In John 14, Jesus is telling his disciples before he must leave them of the things he has taught them.  He says something interesting here also, explaining that after that he won’t be telling them much more because the “prince of this world cometh” – and that prince has “nothing” in him.

For forty days and for forty nights the law was on her side; but who can stand when she’s in demand, her schemes and her plans – should we dance on the floor in the round – Billie Jean is not my lover; She’s just a girl who says that I am the one, but the kid is not my son . . .” – Michael Jackson, “Billie Jean

"Ye have heard how I said unto you, I go away, and come again unto you. If ye loved me, ye would rejoice, because I said, I go unto the Father: for my Father is greater than I.”

29. And now I have told you before it come to pass, that, when it is come to pass, ye might believe.

30. Hereafter I will not talk much with you: for the prince of this world cometh, and hath nothing in me."

Jesus’ kingdom is not of this world.  The prince of this world cometh – he was speaking of the end time wicked one.  What did Jesus mean when he said that prince “hath nothing in me”?

He will not be written into the lamb’s book of life.  This is verified in John 17 during Jesus’ prayer in Gethsemane, and in 2 Thessalonians 2:

"While I was with them in the world, I kept them in thy name: those that thou gavest me I have kept, and none of them is lost, but the son of perdition; that the scripture might be fulfilled."

"Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;"

In John 17 we assume that this “lost” son of perdition is Judas, who betrays Jesus.  Is the John 17:12 son of perdition and the 2 Thessalonians 2:3 son of perdition one and the same?

"Then entered Satan into Judas surnamed Iscariot, being of the number of the twelve."

So yes, it is the same “son of perdition”.  Satan will also be in that man of sin, who has already been revealed.  They revealed him nineteen years ago.  We talked about it here almost a year ago.  He fits every description – it is written in the books for him.

In the telling of Jesus’ story in the Gospel of Luke, we read this about the throne of David:

"And, behold, thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and bring forth a son, and shalt call his name Jesus.  32. He shall be great, and shall be called the Son of the Highest: and the Lord God shall give unto him the throne of his father David:

33. And he shall reign over the house of Jacob for ever; and of his kingdom there shall be no end."

Mary is told that she would conceive by the Holy Ghost, and that she should name this baby “Jesus”.  The angel further tells her that the Lord God will give to him the throne “of his father David”.  David was not Jesus’ father; at least not physically.  They were separated by many generations.  David is at no time in scripture ever called God, but he is called “lord king”.

So Jesus sits on the throne of David.  But Jesus’ kingdom is not of this world.  This is what Jesus himself said in John 18:36 posted above.  Where did David rule?  Why is David called Jesus’ father by the angel who spoke to Mary?

Jesus would reign over the house of Jacob forever, and his kingdom would see no end.

Did that happen before Jesus was crucified?  No, it did not.  But then he said the “son of man” would return.

Back to the City of David – where was it?   The “throne of David” is mentioned 29 times in the King James Bible.  Cities included that are mentioned in various scripture are “Zion”, “Jerusalem”, “Bethlehem”, “Beersheba”.

The two books of the Bible that mention the throne of David the most are 1 Kings and Jeremiah.  Jeremiah prophecies during and after the destruction of Israel and Solomon’s Temple.  Jeremiah means “Jah exalts” and he is often called “The weeping prophet”.  By Biblical accounts he was young compared to some of the other prophets, and some artistic renditions depict him as a dark skinned man while others render his image as having a paler complexion.

Through the book of 1st Kings, much of what you read on the city of or the throne of David portrays a physical throne in a physical, fleshly Israel – in this world.

The throne of David is first mentioned in -

"To translate the kingdom from the house of Saul, and to set up the throne of David over Israel and over Judah, from Dan even to Beersheba."

This is the first mention of the throne of David.  Samuel tells that the kingdom is to be translated from the house of Saul.  Translated is an interesting term.  Granted this is King James, an older “translation”, but there are only two other instances in which that word “translated” is used in the King James Version.  Those other two are:

"Who hath delivered us from the power of darkness, and hath translated us into the kingdom of his dear Son:"

"By faith Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God."

Both other issues of the word “translated” are in reference to deliverance or in our case, restoration into God’s kingdom.  God’s Word answers everything if you just seek the truth, it is in there.  He has lovingly provided your ladder out of corruption.

Still not quite convinced?  Let’s look at what Jesus said in Matthew 23 about the “Kingdom” being shut up against us:

"But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye shut up the kingdom of heaven against men: for ye neither go in yourselves, neither suffer ye them that are entering to go in."

Who shuts up the kingdom of heaven against men?  Who is consulted on Hebrew scripture in today’s inquiries?  Who’s doctrine is used to frame the teaching of scripture in every seminary and Bible college in the vast majority of the countries today?

Why are there Bible colleges?  Why are there seminaries?  Why is there an “ordination” process one must go through to become a priest, pastor or minister?



Why are men the decision makers on such a divine calling?

What does the BIBLE say about who teaches scripture?

"But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you."

"In that hour Jesus rejoiced in spirit, and said, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent, and hast revealed them unto babes: even so, Father; for so it seemed good in thy sight."

The Holy Spirit reveals the meaning of scripture – and in Jesus’ name the Father sends the Comforter which is the Holy Ghost who will teach you all things.

The throne of David is mentioned 11 times in 1st Kings.  In the first two passages, and interestingly phrased are passages that reference Solomon taking the reins from his father David.  Look at what it says:

"As the Lord hath been with my lord the king, even so be he with Solomon, and make his throne greater than the throne of my lord king David."

"And moreover the king's servants came to bless our lord king David, saying, God make the name of Solomon better than thy name, and make his throne greater than thy throne. And the king bowed himself upon the bed."

David isn’t just called “King David”.  He is called “my lord King David” and “our lord King David”.  Lord is not capitalized or in all caps, I just wanted to point that out.  But he is referenced as lord king.

Jesus is refered to as “Lord” by the apostles after his resurrection and “glorification” in heaven.  His glorification is first evidenced by the conversion of Saul on the road to Damascus, who is told that “the Son” will be “revealed in him”.

We are told in 1 Kings 2:33 that upon David and upon his seed and upon his house shall there be peace forever.  In verse 45 we are told that the throne of David shall be established before the Lord forever.  That is the same seed and throne that Christ Jesus sits today.

Kicking it up a notch, it is revealed in 1 Kings 5:5, that Solomon, David’s son who sits on David’s throne, in David’s room and shall build a house “unto the name of the Lord”.  It is said twice “unto my name”.

Solomon will “build” a “house” unto the “NAME” of the Lord. 



Again in 1 Kings 8:20 –

"And the Lord hath performed his word that he spake, and I am risen up in the room of David my father, and sit on the throne of Israel, as the Lord promised, and have built an house for the name of the Lord God of Israel."

Here Solomon is risen up in the ROOM of David, his father.  He sits on the throne of Israel (those who have power with God and with men, Jacob in Genesis 32:28).  And Solomon has built a house for the NAME of the Lord God of Israel.

“It’s All In Your Name”

Listen to those words – with what you now know.  Loving and understanding God – It’s all in His name.

From “Receiving Thy Sight”, we covered the hidden meaning of “Bethlehem”

Looking at “Bethlehem” again I noticed something.  If the “e” and the “l” were transposed for some reason, Bethlehem would read “Bethelhem” or “Bethel” with “hem” added to it.  Since “Bethel” means “house of God”, perhaps the “hem” suffix in Bethlehem refers to a “fringe” or “border for “border” of the house of God or “foundation” of the house of God.

I also found this.  Part of the word “Bethlehem”, “hem” is part of the name of “Shem”.  Shem was Noah’s first son from which the Semitic people came (Jews, Arabs, Abraham was descendant of Shem as was Jacob, Isaac and Ishmael).  Jesus was a descendant of Shem also.

Shem did not show up in that same Etymology link, but Samuel did. And they used “Shem” to describe the meaning of that name!

Samuel-
masc. proper name, Biblical judge and prophet, from Late Latin, from Greek Samouel, from Hebrew Shemiel, literally "the name of God," from shem "name" + El "God."

Bethlehem = Beth (house) + el (God) + shem (name).  “The House of God’s Name” Or the “name of the house of God”?  The “new” city from Ephrath to Bethlehem which is also Zion which is also Jerusalem – all but the latter named as the city of David.


Let’s move from 1 Kings to Jeremiah, who sees the fall of the Kingdom of Solomon (the many breaches in the city of David). 

We did a short blog a while back on Jeremiah.  He was the young,  reluctant  prophet who was not excited about his calling.  After being ridiculed by his own household, he accuses God of deceiving him into doing what God wants.  Yes, this is in chapter seven.  And God responds with “the attacks will get worse” -

"God's personal message to Jeremiah, "Attack you they will, overcome you they can't," was fulfilled many times in the Biblical narrative, Jeremiah was attacked by his own brothers, beaten and put into the stocks by a priest and false prophet, imprisoned by the king, threatened with death, thrown into a cistern by Judah's officials, and opposed by a false prophet. When Nebuchadnezzar seized Jerusalem in 586 BC, he ordered that Jeremiah be freed from prison and treated well." - Source, Bible and Wikipedia

Jeremiah, like David was one of those people in scripture I fell in love with.  Not because of his struggles but because of his innocence in his struggles to do what God called him to do.  Jeremiah made me realize that none of the prophets were perfect except Christ.  Jeremiah also made me realize that prophets can fall numerous times, to strengthen them, as even Elijah, who was taken up to heaven in a chariot in the sight of Elisha in 2 Kings, had his moments of struggle with the things God wanted him to do.

Jeremiah, the young, inexperienced speaker eventually got his feet under him and spoke with authority in God’s Words.  The phrase “Throne of David” appears in the book of Jeremiah eight times, a lot considering that David was allegedly already gone and Solomon had already messed up.


"Him that overcometh will I make a pillar in the temple of my God, and he shall go no more out: and I will write upon him the name of my God, and the name of the city of my God, which is new Jerusalem, which cometh down out of heaven from my God: and I will write upon him my new name."

This is Jesus in heaven, speaking from the throne.  We know this from Revelation 2:27-28, where Jesus tells us of the one who overcomes that will rule the nations with a rod of iron as “my father gave me”, and he will give him the morning star.

In Revelation 3 posted above Jesus tells John that he will write upon him (who overcometh) the name of his God and the name of the city of his God, which is new Jerusalem.  And he will write upon him his “new name”.

So he who sits on the throne of David will have a new name.  And he that overcometh will have the name of God written upon him and the name of the city of God.  The city is not going to be named “New Jerusalem” or “new” would have been capitalized.  We are told in this passage that this is the new vessel (jarrah) + of peace (shalom) = Jerusalem.  The name of the city previously was Bethlehem and Ephrathath/Ephrath, and Salem, which is Zion.

In Jeremiah, we are told what the name of that future new Jerusalem city will be.

"14 Behold, the days come, saith the Lord, that I will perform that good thing which I have promised unto the house of Israel and to the house of Judah.

15 In those days, and at that time, will I cause the Branch of righteousness to grow up unto David; and he shall execute judgment and righteousness in the land.

16 In those days shall Judah be saved, and Jerusalem shall dwell safely: and this is the name wherewith she shall be called, The Lord Our Righteousness.

17 For thus saith the Lord; David shall never want a man to sit upon the throne of the house of Israel;"


You see “THE LORD OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS” in great letters.  What Hebrew Name has been blasphemed, changed, obliterated and hidden from you by those that don't want you to know it, that means “Lord of Righteousness”?

They really went out of their way to prevent you from possibly putting this information together.  We covered this before:

The “king of our righteousness” is “Melchizedek”:

name of a priest-king in the Old Testament, from Hebrew Malki-tzedeq, literally "king of righteousness," from melekh "king;" second element related to tzadaq "he was righteous," tzaddiq "just, righteous."

So pronounced “zedeq” or “zedek” means “righteousness”.  So what does “LORD” in all caps denote according to William Tisdale?

“Jehovah” - yet this is the explanation coming from “Strong’s Concordance”.

"Yhvh Tsidqenu: "the LORD is our righteousness," a symbolic name for Jer. and for Messiah.
Original Word: יְהֹוָה
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Transliteration: Yhvh Tsidqenu
Phonetic Spelling: (ye-ho-vaw' tsid-kay'-noo)
Short Definition: righteousness" - Strong's Hebrew

Is this the meaning of the name “Jeremiah” or of the name Melchizedek? 

At MyBible which also pulls from “Strong’s” we get this:

"Meaning and Derivation: Jehovah is translated as "The Existing One" or "Lord." The chief meaning of Jehovah is derived from the Hebrew word Havah meaning "to be" or "to exist." It also suggests "to become" or specifically "to become known" - this denotes a God who reveals Himself unceasingly. Tsedek (tseh'-dek), from which Tsidkenu derived, means "to be stiff," "to be straight," or "righteous" in Hebrew. When the two words are combined…Jehovah Tsidkenu…it can be translated as "The Lord Who is our Righteousness." - Source, MyBible.com

How does “Tsidkenu”, a longer word be derived from “Tsedek”?  It doesn’t even sound the same?  It is a completely different word.

Why is this not written in the Bible?  King James, which was translated directly from Hebrew and Greek via Tyndale?

This threw me.  I had never, ever seen “Tsidkenu” in any Bible translation I read, yet in the NEW King James version, it was written in the margins next to those verses in Jeremiah.  I searched everywhere, and It did not make sense that “Tsidkenu” was sported by those Christian organizations that also held logos for the Jewish star of moloch (see source).



This same source, the same one sporting the Jewish star logo is what led me to the answer:

"Jeremiah was speaking to a nation whose king was wicked. His name was Zedekiah, which means Jehovah is Righteous. His original name was Mattaniah (Gift of God) but when his father, Nebuchadnezzar,  made him king, he changed his son’s name to Zedekiah." - Source, donotpart.com

She quotes Jeremiah 21:3, which I included surrounding verses for context:

"Then said Jeremiah unto them, Thus shall ye say to Zedekiah:  4. Thus saith the Lord God of Israel; Behold, I will turn back the weapons of war that are in your hands, wherewith ye fight against the king of Babylon, and against the Chaldeans, which besiege you without the walls, and I will assemble them into the midst of this city.

5 And I myself will fight against you with an outstretched hand and with a strong arm, even in anger, and in fury, and in great wrath."

After a solid two hours of searching Bible translations, Jewish and Christian sources, I found what I believe to be the source of this “translation” suggestion and of course, it is tied to the Babylon exile timeframe:

Tsidkenu

"Zedekiah (/ˌzɛdɨˈkaɪə/; Hebrew: צִדְקִיָּהוּ, Modern Tsidkiyyahu Tiberian iqiyyā́hû ; "My righteousness is Yahweh"; Greek: Ζεδεκίας, Zedekías; Latin: Sedecias), also written Tzidkiyahu, was a biblical character, said to be the last king of Judah before the destruction of the kingdom by Babylon. Zedekiah had been installed as king of Judah by Nebuchadnezzar II, king of Babylon, after a siege of Jerusalem in 597 BCE, to succeed his nephew, Jeconiah, who was overthrown as king after a reign of only three months and ten days." - Source, Wikipedia


Why would a biblical source use a derivation of the name of a king who was evil in the eyes of the Lord, as a compound name for the Lord?  Remember Zedekiah’s name before he was made king by Nebuchadnezzar was Mattaniah:

"And the king of Babylon made Mattaniah his father's brother king in his stead, and changed his name to Zedekiah."

We had this same problem verifying Jehovah, even though it is in the Bible , at least the older English translations, in all caps.

This was etymology’s explanation – remember this?  We covered this on “Guess where Yahweh Came From?

1530, Tyndale's erroneous transliteration of Hebrew Tetragramaton YHWH using vowel points of Adhonai "my lord" (see Yahweh). Used for YHWH (the full name being too sacred for utterance) in four places in the Old Testament in the KJV where the usual translation lord would have been inconvenient; taken as the principal and personal name of God.

The vowel substitution was originally made by the Masoretes as a direction to substitute Adhonai for "the ineffable name." European students of Hebrew took this literally, which yielded Latin JeHoVa (first attested in writings of Galatinus, confessor to Leo X, 1516). Jehovah's Witnesses "member of Watchtower Bible and Tract Society" first attested 1933; the organization founded c.1879 by Charles Taze Russell (1852-1916); the name from Isa. xliii:10."

Ineffable -  means “to great/beautiful/ to be expressed in words”.
It doesn’t explain why the Bible, even the old testament repeatedly testifies to calling on the NAME of the Lord.  Your culprits are right there in black and white – the same culprits that Jesus revealed in the Gospels, as those that shut up the kingdom of heaven against men.

However, even Wikipedia has a hard time arguing against the pronunciation of the “J” in “Jehovah”, recognizing that Tyndale’s English translation used original Hebrew in which the “J” sound was represented by “I” and the “v” sound was represented by “u” – there was no distinction between the two letters with the vowel points.  It narrows down the “changes” to second temple Judaism.

Defense of Jehovah, pronouncing the “J” and “v” as “divine origin”.

Remember:

"The historical vocalization was lost because in Second Temple Judaism, during the 3rd to 2nd centuries BCE, the pronunciation of the Tetragrammaton came to be avoided, being substituted with Adonai ("my Lord")." - Source, Wikipedia/Jehovah


"In English it appeared in William Tyndale's translation of the Pentateuch ("The Five Books of Moses"),[28] published in 1530 in Germany, where Tyndale had studied since 1524, possibly in one or more of the universities at Wittenberg, Worms and Marburg, where Hebrew was taught.[29] The spelling used by Tyndale was "Iehouah"; at that time, "I" was not distinguished from J, and U was not distinguished from V.[30] The original 1611 printing of the Authorized King James Version used "Iehovah". Tyndale wrote about the divine name: "IEHOUAH [Jehovah], is God's name; neither is any creature so called; and it is as much to say as, One that is of himself, and dependeth of nothing. Moreover, as oft as thou seest LORD in great letters (except there be any error in the printing), it is in Hebrew Iehouah, Thou that art; or, He that is."[31] The name is also found in a 1651 edition of Ramón Martí's Pugio fidei.[32]" - Source, Wikipedia/Jehovah_intro_in_english


Jehovah is his name.

Tzedek or Tzedekah means “justice” or Righteousness, which aligns with Melchizedek’s “King of Righteousness”.

The Epistle to the Hebrews,[6] along with Josephus[7] interpret the name "malki" as meaning "the king",[8] and "tzedek", meaning "righteous(ness)" or "justice".[9] This interpretation is upheld by modern scholars because in the Dead Sea Scroll 4QAmram 2.3 is found the opposite name Melchi-resha ("king of evil") for a chief angel of darkness.[10]

Based on the detail that the word "malki" appears to contain a first-person singular possessive pronoun, connoting a meaning of "my king", the Ramban opines that the name implies "my king is tzedek", based on the notion that the city of Salem is associated with the attribute of "tzedek" (righteousness).[11] – Source, Wikipedia, Melchizedek

The letters “zedek” appear in both Melchizedek’s name and in Zedekiah’s name.

Lord king David was used twice in the book of 1 Kings as a title.  Does “lord” and “king” have the same meaning?  Let’s stick with the pattern of “all caps” or “great letters” in which “LORD” would denote the name “JEHOVAH” as Tisdale set in his translations.

As Tisdale says, no other creature has held the name “JEHOVAH” as God is “He who Is” – “I Am that I Am”.

"Hebrew definition of “Righteousness” -
The Hebrew word for righteousness is tseh'-dek, tzedek, - upright, just, straight, innocent, true, sincere. It is best understood as the product of upright, moral action in accordance with some form of divine plan.[citation needed]

In the Book of Job the title character is introduced to us as a person who is "perfect" in righteousness." - Source, Wikipedia/Righteousness

Straight.  The “street which is called “Straight” in the house of “Judas”, which is “Judah”.  That is where the Lord told Ananias to find Saul of Tarsus in Acts 9:11 (The straight ones were destroyed on 9/11, in the house of Judah, but there were two families in Jeremiah 33 . . . ).

Spirit of the Lord Straightened



Name of the Lord is our Strongtower


Street Called Straight (DNA minus Crooked Serpent)



When the Towers Fall - Isaiah 30:25




So let’s look at these two verses in Jeremiah again.  We are being told something:

"Behold, the days come, saith the Lord, that I will raise unto David a righteous Branch, and a King shall reign and prosper, and shall execute judgment and justice in the earth.  6. In his days Judah shall be saved, and Israel shall dwell safely: and this is his name whereby he shall be called, The Lord Our Righteousness. "

This is not God, but the one who is raised unto David – a righteous Branch (capitalized), a “King”.  However, “LORD” in great letters denotes “JEHOVAH”.  So “Lord” in  the passage above in Jeremiah 23:6 would translate into “JEHOVAH ZEDEK”.

Is this Jesus or Jehovah?  Or is it both because they are “one”?  Jesus has the morning star, which he will give to he who overcomes, as his Father gave him.

The name of the city of new Jerusalem?


"Behold, the days come, saith the Lord, that I will perform that good thing which I have promised unto the house of Israel and to the house of Judah.

15. In those days, and at that time, will I cause the Branch of righteousness to grow up unto David; and he shall execute judgment and righteousness in the land.  16. In those days shall Judah be saved, and Jerusalem shall dwell safely: and this is the name wherewith she shall be called, The Lord Our Righteousness.."

"Follow me to the gates of paradise . . . they’re the same –

It’s all in your name." - Michael Jackson, "All In Your Name"

LORD of Righteousness = JEHOVAHZEDEK
King of Righteousness = MELCHIZEDEK

Will the city and the King be called by the same name?

It’s all in the game, it’s all in your name; follow me to the gates of paradise, they’re the same . . . . it’s all in your name”. – Michael Jackson, Barry Gibb “It’s All In Your Name”.

One other name that is in use in the Bible as an archangel, as “the great prince” and as “the angel” with his army, and it’s so close to the sound of “Melchizedek”.  He is the one who is caught up to God and to his throne before the dragon devours him.

The city of “THE LORD OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS” is the City of David, which is Ephrath, which is Bethlehem, which is new Jerusalem which was Salem, which is Zion.

Bethlehem = House of Name of God

Bethlehem = Beth (house) + el (God) + shem (name).  “The House of God’s Name” Or the “name of the house of God”?  The “new” city from Ephrath to Bethlehem which is also Zion which is also Jerusalem – all but the latter named as the city of David.

Today the city of David is promoted as being Jerusalem.  It is not.  Jerusalem today is not even Jerusalem – not the one of the Bible.  ZION is the city of David.  Bethlehem is Zion.  And Jerusalem is Zion.

The gates of paradise are the same . . . it’s all in Your Name”.

I can only surmise that those who strive to keep the Name from you, don’t want you to enter in –

"But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye shut up the kingdom of heaven against men: for ye neither go in yourselves, neither suffer ye them that are entering to go in."




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