JUDGEMENT UNTO UTTER DESTRUCTION
JUDGEMENT UNTO RESSURECTION
THE PASSED NIGHTS I DREAMED OF THE NUMBER 137 AND WHEN I AWOKE I SAW IT IN A VISION! I KNEW ABBA TRIED TO TELL ME SOMETHING, SO I LISTENED!
(PLEASE READ YOURSELF THE BOOK OF JEREMIAH AND HABAKKUK ONE LITTLE NOTE* JEREMIAH BOUGHT NEW LAND THIS REPRESENTS FOR US NOW: THE NEW YERUSHALAYIM )
FIRST HE LEAD ME TO THIS:
“Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. For verily I I say unto you, Till heaven and earthpass, one jot [iota]orone tittle shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled” Matthew 5:17-18.
“That he who blesseth himself in the earth shall bless himself in the God of truth; and he that sweareth in the earth shall swear by the God of truth; because the former troubles are forgotten, and because they are hid frommine eyes” Isaiah 65:16.
The prime Number 137 is the sum of the elements of the Holographic Generating Set (27, 37,73). It appears as a structural prime in both the Divine Prologue and the Logos Holograph. It isprofoundly integrated with the Fine Structure Constant that governs the interaction betweenLight and Matter. The God of Truth from Isaiah 65 integrates with the Number 137:
The God of Truth Elohi Amen THE LAW WILL BE WRITTEN ON OUR HEART BY THE LOVE! YESHUA H`MESSIAH! HE IS 1 Continithans 13! SO NEVER FORGET THAT HE IS ASKING TO PRAY FOR OUR ENEMIES! ( HE HAS EVERYTHINGIN HIS HANDS! PLEASE READ THE BOOK OF HABAKKUK AND SEE WHAT G-D IS ABOUT TO DO!
THEN ABBA LEAD ME TO PSALM 137!
“By the rivers of Bavel we sat down and wept as we remembered Tziyon.
We had hung up our lyres on the willows that were there, when those who had taken us captive asked us to sing them a song; our tormentors demanded joy from us-“Sing us one of the songs from Tziyon!”
How can we sing a song about ADONAI here on foreign soil?
If I forget you,Yerushalayim, may my right hand wither away!
May my tongue stick to the roof of my mouth if I fail to remember you, if I fail to count Yerushalayim the greatest of all my joys.
Remember, ADONAI, against the people of Edom the day of Yerushalayim’s fall, how they cried, “Tear it down! Tear it down! Raze it to the ground!”
Daughter of Bavel, you will be destroyed! A blessing on anyone who pays you back for the way you treated us!
A blessing on anyone who seizes your babies and smashes them against a rock!”
THIS IS THE MESSAGE: Tziyon is from Adonai and so are the Israelites! (including the believers out of the gentiles who are grafted in the olivetreeYeshua Hamasiah!) The new Yerushalayim will come! ( Holy and a set apart people) REPENT = the word!
Then the Father lead me to this article please read it prayerfully!
By James B. Jordan April, 1989 BIBLICALHorizons, Copyright 1989, Biblical Horizons
“Psalm 137 is widely regarded as one of the meanest of the imprecatory psalms. Certainly as we read it it is seems to be a song of pure vengeance. The exiles in Babylon, in grief over the judgment that Babylon has brought upon them, pray for the destruction of that great city. There is a real problem with this psalm, however. It lies in the fact that God had instructed these exiles to pray for and seek the peace of Babylon. Jeremiah had written to them: “And seek the peace of the city where I have caused you to be carried away captive, and pray to the LORD for it; for in its peace you will have peace” (Jeremiah 29:7). It appears that the author of Psalm 137 has rejected Jeremiah’s message. He is not praying for the peace of Babylon but for her destruction. Certainly it is clear from Psalms 58 and 109 and others that it is entirely proper to pray for the destruction of God’s enemies, but in this case God had expressly told the exiles not to pray this way. Is this a “carnal” psalm, authored by a rebel who has rejected God’s command? I think not. Rather, I believe that the contradiction between the apparent sentiments of Psalm 137 and the letter of Jeremiah should force us to take another look at the psalm, and see if perhaps another interpretation can be found. Let us assume that the author of this psalm has fully absorbed the perspective of Jeremiah. He knows that the destruction of Jerusalem was not ultimately caused by the Babylonian army, but by the sins of God’s people. He knows that the”Enemy” who destroyed the city was God, the Jealous Divine Husband. He knows that Jerusalem deserved everything she got. He agrees with Jeremiah’s Lamentations. Further, he knows that God wants him to pray for the peace of Babylon, and that means he is to pray for her conversion. Is it possible that,despite appearance, this is the theme of Psalm 137? I believe that it is.
First of all, the psalmist recalls how depressed and sad he and the other exiles felt when they arrived in Babylon. They found that they could not sing any longer,and they hung up their harps. Then, however, the Babylonians asked them tossing; yea, the Babylonians demanded that they sing. What does this mean? It means that instead of forcing the exiles to sing heathen songs, the Babylonians wanted to hear God’s songs. It meant that the exiles were being given a wonderful opportunity to do evangelism. How shall we sing the Lord’s songs in a strange land? How shall we do this evangelism? Well, first of all we point the Babylonians to God’s true Jerusalem. We tell them that the skills of our right hands and of our tongues come from God’s city. We tell them that God’s city must be exalted above every city of man. When God’s city of Jerusalem played the harlot and made her self the city of man, God destroyed her. We tell the Babylonians about this.
Second,we tell the Babylonians that God is a God of judgment. Since we may not curse Babylon, we curse Esau. Every time God brought a Gentile army against Jerusalem,the Edomite vultures gathered to delight in her destruction and to worsen the disaster. This is the theme of the prophecy of Obadiah. In terms of the Biblical pattern, the primary party responsible for the sacking of Jerusalem is always God’s own wayward people. In each case, an army of Gentiles with Edomite fellow-travellers is used by God to bring judgment upon Jerusalem. Then God turns around and brings judgment upon the Gentiles and the Edomites, because they sacked Jerusalem with ill-will, rather than with righteous zeal for the true God. God’s judgment comes in two forms. One form is judgment unto utter destruction, but the other form is judgment unto resurrection. In the case of Edom, the prophecy is always of judgment unto utter destruction. In the case of the Gentiles, the prophecy of usually of judgment unto repentance and resurrection. That is the case here as well. The key to understanding the prophecy “against” Babylon in Psalm 137:8-9 is to remember who the Rock is in the psalter. The Rock is God. Dashing the children’s heads against the Rock is an image not of utter destruction but of salvation. Either a man falls upon the Rock and is saved, or the Rock falls upon him and crushes him (Luke 20:18). (In Psalm 137:9 “rock” is singular, not plural, contrary to the old King James and the NIV.)
The psalmist prophecies that Babylon is to be destroyed, just as Jerusalem was.This is inevitable. But what kind of destruction will it be? Utter destruction or destruction unto resurrection? “Happy the one who repays you as you have served us!” Who is the one who will repay Babylon? It is God Himself. The psalmist wishes for Babylon the same thing that happened to Jerusalem. Yes, the city was destroyed, but the people were saved. The people repented. Eye for eye, the destruction of Babylon will have to be one that issues in tears of repentance and salvation. The Godly man realized that in spite of the horrors of her destruction, it was indeed a happy day when Jerusalem was destroyed, because it was that event that provoked repentance. Just so, it will be a happy day when the children of Babylon are “dashed” into union with the Rock of Salvation.”
Blessings and Shalom over you!
~ Mamme Devorah
Called by Yeshua by the will of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
“Adversity is the spark that lights the matches, to glow the fire of self-confidence,” Catharina Schouten.
Catharina Schouten–Meijer (Mamme Devorah) is the founder of Dezerto Floro Foundation – Desert Flower. Blossoming despite hardship! She encourages, inspires, teaches, and is training and equipping people. She goes wherever the Father is sending her! She is sent in the Biblical way. In 1995 the Holy Spirit set her apart, for the work to which He has called her. Pastor Hendrik – Jan van Mourik – Restoration Church – in the Netherlands, sent her in the apostolic and prophetic ministry in 2006. Rev. Paul van Beek God’s Outreach Ministry Int. sent her in the Deborah call in 2011. Ministry mandate: Isaiah 45 Deliverance, Rebuilding, Restoration.