Knowledge & Wisdom The Last Days
Daniel 12: 7 And I heard the man clothed in linen, who was above the waters of the river, when he held up his right hand and his left hand unto Shomayim, and swore, By the One who liveth haolam (forever), it shall be for a time, times, and a half a time; and when there is an end of breaking in pieces the yad Am Kodesh (power of the Holy People), all these things shall come to an end.
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This morning during prayer, I received this word in a message Abba gave me:
You all know by now, I am standing in the Deborah call, and Abba confirmed the Rabba task. ( Beit-Zata Congregation)
Both roles demanding HIS wisdom! When I came on LinkedIn this morning I saw a message of a very dear friend and Achoti about
📍How we are drowning in information while we are starving for wisdom.📍
And my heart skipped a beat of joy! Abba is taking care that HIS wisdom will be available!
Many Deborah's are stepping in their task at this moment. Abba will take care that HIS wisdom will be seen on earth! And you know why I am sure about that?
Because of what I saw in Daniel 12:
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📍when there is an end of breaking in pieces the yad Am Kodesh (power of the Holy People),all these things shall come to an end.📍
Because of the information we have available in abundance and the knowledge that has increased in the medical world and other areas, we forget about our LORD, and we think we can do without Him.
People genuinely think that we as human beings can reach the clouds with what WE know!
Also, in Israel and among the Jews, I notice that same attitude.
But our true power and the knowledge and wisdom we need, we only find in the
G-d of Avraham Yitzchak and Ya'akov!
Instead of trying to be like other people ( Jew and Gentile Believers), we need to be so death to our carnal ways of thinking, death to ourselves, that HIS Ruach HaKodesh can overflow us in abundance.
Not our will but HIS. Not our doing but HIS acting. Not our plans but HIS Divine end-time scenario!
Abba wants to empower us with HIS Ruach ( Holy Breath)
We need to understand who we are and why we are on this earth!
8 He hath showed thee, O adam (man), what is tov. And what doth Hashem require of thee, but to do mishpat, and ahavat chesed, and to walk humbly with Eloheicha?
He has shown you, O man, what is good. And what does the LORD require of you but to do justice and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your G-d? - Micah 6
There comes an end to the breaking in pieces the power of the Holy People.
Daniel 12:10 Many shall be purified, and made white, and refined; but the reshaim (wicked) shall do wickedly; and none of the resha’im shall understand; but the wise shall understand. - Breaking in pieces our own knowledge and so called wisdom and power.
And then ending this process of being weak and small, through the Ruach Hakodesh who overflows us in abundance! HIS wisdom HIS knowledge HIS glory HIS power!
The Army of G-d is ready to walk. Each of us in our own task, own anointing and the measure of wisdom the LORD gives!
No jealousy no power struggles, but unity in and through HIS Spirit!
If you are someone who still walks in the duality between the flesh and the Ruach Hakodesh, I need to tell you, make up your mind!
15 I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! 16 So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth. Revelation 3:15-16
Here is a wonderful explanation about the difference between hot and cold written by Andy Le Peau.
*** When Yeshua refers to hot and cold water, he is drawing an analogy from the fact that Laodicea did not have a good water source. Instead, using Roman aqueducts, it received hot water from the north, from the city of Hierapolis, famous for its soothing and healing hot springs. Refreshing cold water came from the south, from Colossae, eleven miles away, from snowmelt on the mountains.
Unfortunately, by the time the hot water and the cold water got to Laodicea, both were lukewarm.
The problem was not that Laodicea lacked zeal. The problem was that the church was good for nothing.
So why describe the church as lukewarm?
The answer is found in the next verse. “You say, ‘I am rich; I have acquired wealth and do not need a thing.’ But you do not realize that you are wretched, pitiful, poor, blind, and naked.”
Laodicea as a city had a reputation for its many banks, for its excellent medical school, and for its clothing industry. But, Yeshua says, actually it was not rich but poor, not healthy but blind, not well clothed but naked. Their resources led them to rely on themselves instead of on Yeshua. Their problem was not a lack of fervor but a sense of self-sufficiency.
They relied on themselves instead of on G-d.
January 28, 2014 by Andy Le Peau
**** I changed Jesus in Yeshua and wrote G-d as the Jewish law permits.
The custom of substituting the word "God" with G-d in English is based on the traditional practice in Jewish law of giving God's Hebrew name a high degree of respect and reverence. Furthermore, when written or printed, it is forbidden to destroy or erase the name of G-d.