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Thank God for today this special day of The Lord, every moment had its reason/time. Stand in The Lord, covered, draped and led, Amen.

Abraham’s sacrifice of faith, Jacob’s wrestling with the angel, Job’s troubles, Isaiah was one of the most formidable prophets – why should we listen to The Spirit of God? Read… Though great, Isaiah spoke ill of the people of God. Was taken up into a tree and was discovered by the fringes of his cloak and the tree was sawed asunder and his blood ran out.

It is related in the Talmud that Rabbi Simeon ben Azzai found in Jerusalem an account wherein it was written that King Manasseh killed Isaiah. King Manasseh said to Isaiah, “Moses, your master, said, ‘No man may see God and live’; but you have said, ‘I saw the Lord seated upon his throne'”; and went on to point out other contradictions—as between Deuteronomy 4:7 and Isaiah 40:6; between Exodus 33:23 and 2 Kings 20:6. Isaiah thought: “I know that he will not accept my explanations; why should I increase his guilt?” He then uttered the tetragrammaton, a cedar-tree opened, and Isaiah disappeared within it. King Manasseh ordered the cedar to be sawn asunder, and when the saw reached his mouth Isaiah died; thus was he punished for having said, “I dwell in the midst of a people of unclean lips”.

A somewhat different version of this legend is given in the Jerusalem Talmud. According to that version Isaiah, fearing King Manasseh, hid himself in a cedar-tree, but his presence was betrayed by the fringes of his garment, and King Manasseh caused the tree to be sawn in half. A passage of the Targum to Isaiah quoted by Jolowicz states that when Isaiah fled from his pursuers and took refuge in the tree, and the tree was sawn in half, the prophet’s blood spurted forth. The legend of Isaiah’s martyrdom spread from Talmudic circles to the Arabs.

After coming out of Isreal the children of Isreal were unstoppable they moved forward progressively. As from this day no power will be able to stop your progress in Jesus’ name, Amen

In the moment of wilderness experience the children of Isreal murmured against God Exodus 16:2, Numbers 14:2. Whatever will cause you and your household’s to murmur against God instead of praising will be withheld by the praise we will offer in every situation.

They wished that God killer them in the land of captivity when things seemed too hard for them.
“As the sun was about to set, a deep sleep fell upon Abram, and a great dark dread descended upon him.  And He [God] said to Abram, “Know well that your offspring shall be strangers in a land not theirs, and they shall be enslaved and oppressed four hundred years; but I will execute judgment on the nation they shall serve, and in the end they shall go free with great wealth … And they shall return here in the fourth generation, for the iniquity of the Amorites is not yet complete”  (Genesis 15:12-14,16).

anything that will make you request for death instead of life, from today is hereby cancelled in Jesus’ name, Amen.

We have shared that The Story of us here on Earth has been Written and told (past tense) we merely live it now. But, remember this – in The Likeness of God we are created. We make decisions that will affect us now and for all our ways! Want to exist in harmony with Creation? Start here and now, Amen.

The Israelites even wished they continued eating the bread of affliction in the land of captivity – Egypt, when trials came. What ever will make you desire the meal of your enemies the mighty hand of God will uproot in Jesus’ name, Amen.

Your spirit will bear witness that God is beyond AWESOME – A description of The grace of God in/with words will fail you, list up your hands in praise. That it has been a Season filled with double blessings indeed in Jesus’ mighty name, Amen.

Have a glorious day and Blessed working week with song’s of victory of hallelujah of Dominion with glory ahead and Great Turn Around in Jesus Christ. Amen!!!

Published by Fellowship of Praise: ALL praise to God our Reason, Hallelujah!!!

To God be The glory. Let us praise God together for His ALL in our lives, Amen.

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