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9 minutes ago, In Him said:

After the death of Moses the servant of the LORD, the LORD said to Joshua son of Nun, Moses’ attendant:

“My servant Moses is dead. Prepare to cross the Jordan, together with all this people, into the land that I am giving to the Israelites. 

Every spot on which your foot treads I give to you, as I promised Moses.

Your territory shall extend from the wilderness and the Lebanon to the Great River, the River Euphrates [on the east]—the whole Hittite country—and up to the Mediterranean Sea on the west.

No one shall be able to resist you as long as you live. As I was with Moses, so I will be with you; I will not fail you or forsake you.

“Be strong and resolute, for you shall apportion to this people the land that I swore to their fathers to assign to them.

But you must be very strong and resolute to observe faithfully all the Teaching that My servant Moses enjoined upon you. Do not deviate from it to the right or to the left, that you may be successful wherever you go.

Let not this Book of the Teaching cease from your lips, but recite it day and night, so that you may observe faithfully all that is written in it. Only then will you prosper in your undertakings and only then will you be successful.

“I charge you: Be strong and resolute; do not be terrified or dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go.” Joshua 1:1-9 Tanakh

 

 

can you imagine the awesomeness in realizing who washed his feet.

And then the courage of kefa asking the Lord to wash more?

Awesome.

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15 minutes ago, pinacled said:

Amen,

That is more than just judgement.

A law(torah) of Mosheh reminds me of promised Hope.

[ But you must be very strong and resolute to observe faithfully all the Teaching that My servant Moses enjoined upon you]

 

Ah, that must be what ole sh'aul meant by, "law of Moses".

Seems fairly' simply to me.

Serious pun intended.

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1 hour ago, pinacled said:

[ But you must be very strong and resolute to observe faithfully all the Teaching that My servant Moses enjoined upon you]

 

Ah, that must be what ole sh'aul meant by, "law of Moses".

Seems fairly' simply to me.

Serious pun intended.

with a strength of forgiveness in walking in prayer.

I wonder if anyone here has found a pearl hidden in sand

If only wisdom were like a pillar.

Perhaps then a bitter and sweet tear of joy would be more than a message.

It's on.

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3 hours ago, pinacled said:

with a strength of forgiveness in walking in prayer.

I wonder if anyone here has found a pearl hidden in sand

If only wisdom were like a pillar.

Perhaps then a bitter and sweet tear of joy would be more than a message.

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Wisdom has built her house, She has hewn her seven pillars.

I, Wisdom, live with Prudence;

I attain knowledge and foresight.

To fear the LORD is to hate evil; I hate pride, arrogance, the evil way, And duplicity in speech.

Mine are counsel and resourcefulness;

I am understanding;

courage is mine. Prov 8:12-14, 9:1 Tanakh

 

 

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Proverbs 25 Common English Bible (CEB)
More proverbs of Solomon
25 These are also proverbs of Solomon, copied by the men of Hezekiah, king of Judah:

2 It is the glory of God to hide something
    and the glory of kings to discover something.
3 Like the high heavens and the depths of the earth,
    so the mind of a king is unsearchable.

4 Remove the dross from the silver,
    and a vessel will come out for the refiner.
5 Remove the wicked from the king’s presence,
    and his throne will be established in righteousness.

6 Don’t exalt yourself in the presence of the king,
    or stand in the place of important people,
7     because it is better that he say to you,
    “Come up here,”
    than to be demoted before a ruler.

What your eyes see, 8 don’t be quick to quarrel over;
    what will you do in the future when your neighbor shames you?
9 Argue it out with your neighbor,
    and don’t give away someone’s secret.
10 Otherwise, the one who hears it will vilify you;
    the slander against you will never stop.

11 Words spoken at the right time
    are like gold apples in a silver setting.
12 Wise correction to an ear that listens
    is like a gold earring or jewelry of fine gold.

13 Like the coolness of snow on a harvest day
    are reliable messengers to those who send them;
    they restore the life of their master.
14 People who brag about a gift never given
    are like clouds and wind that produce no rain.
15 A commander can be persuaded with patience,
    and a tender tongue can break a bone.
16 If you find honey, eat just the right amount;
    otherwise, you’ll get full and vomit it up.
17 Don’t spend too much time in your neighbor’s house.
    Otherwise, they’ll get fed up with you and hate you.
18 People who testify falsely against their neighbors
    are like a club, sword, and sharpened arrow.
19 Trusting a treacherous person at a difficult time
    is like having a bad tooth or a wobbly foot.
20 Singing a song to a troubled heart
    is like taking off a garment on a cold day
    or putting vinegar on a wound.[a]
21 If your enemies are starving, feed them some bread;
    if they are thirsty, give them water to drink.
22 By doing this, you will heap burning coals on their heads,
    and the Lord will reward you.
23 The north wind stirs up rain,
    and a person who plots quietly provokes angry faces.
24 Better to live on the edge of a roof
    than to share a house with a contentious woman.
25 Good news from a distant land
    is like cold water for a weary person.
26 A righteous person giving in to the wicked
    is like a contaminated spring or a polluted fountain.
27 Eating too much honey isn’t good,
    nor is it appropriate to seek honor.
28 A person without self-control
    is like a breached city, one with no walls.

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3 hours ago, Daniel Marsh said:

Proverbs 25 Common English Bible (CEB)
More proverbs of Solomon
25 These are also proverbs of Solomon, copied by the men of Hezekiah, king of Judah:

2 It is the glory of God to hide something
    and the glory of kings to discover something.
3 Like the high heavens and the depths of the earth,
    so the mind of a king is unsearchable.

4 Remove the dross from the silver,
    and a vessel will come out for the refiner.
5 Remove the wicked from the king’s presence,
    and his throne will be established in righteousness.

6 Don’t exalt yourself in the presence of the king,
    or stand in the place of important people,
7     because it is better that he say to you,
    “Come up here,”
    than to be demoted before a ruler.

What your eyes see, 8 don’t be quick to quarrel over;
    what will you do in the future when your neighbor shames you?
9 Argue it out with your neighbor,
    and don’t give away someone’s secret.
10 Otherwise, the one who hears it will vilify you;
    the slander against you will never stop.

11 Words spoken at the right time
    are like gold apples in a silver setting.
12 Wise correction to an ear that listens
    is like a gold earring or jewelry of fine gold.

13 Like the coolness of snow on a harvest day
    are reliable messengers to those who send them;
    they restore the life of their master.
14 People who brag about a gift never given
    are like clouds and wind that produce no rain.
15 A commander can be persuaded with patience,
    and a tender tongue can break a bone.
16 If you find honey, eat just the right amount;
    otherwise, you’ll get full and vomit it up.
17 Don’t spend too much time in your neighbor’s house.
    Otherwise, they’ll get fed up with you and hate you.
18 People who testify falsely against their neighbors
    are like a club, sword, and sharpened arrow.
19 Trusting a treacherous person at a difficult time
    is like having a bad tooth or a wobbly foot.
20 Singing a song to a troubled heart
    is like taking off a garment on a cold day
    or putting vinegar on a wound.[a]
21 If your enemies are starving, feed them some bread;
    if they are thirsty, give them water to drink.
22 By doing this, you will heap burning coals on their heads,
    and the Lord will reward you.
23 The north wind stirs up rain,
    and a person who plots quietly provokes angry faces.
24 Better to live on the edge of a roof
    than to share a house with a contentious woman.
25 Good news from a distant land
    is like cold water for a weary person.
26 A righteous person giving in to the wicked
    is like a contaminated spring or a polluted fountain.
27 Eating too much honey isn’t good,
    nor is it appropriate to seek honor.
28 A person without self-control
    is like a breached city, one with no walls.

Take note of the use of honey(understanding in context of yhdh(Judah as a house vacant of the Power of Faith..

Gnawing and gnashing comes to mind..

Yet a remnant of poor that revere the Lord of Host has always remained according to The Word.

Blessings Always

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