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VIDEO: “Israeli Hezbollah conflict and Overview of the Image of the beast”
…EVER SO INTERESTING!
Because, going back to pick some of the “pieces…
…for those whom may find some interest, tracing back to Abraham blessings granted by Papa YHWH; which were re-affirmed to Yitshaq/Issac and then Ya’aqob.
Chapter 12:1, 1 the beginning “piece”
Chapter 13:14 -18
Chapter 15:1 – 16
Chapter 16 Sarai gives Hagar her servant to Abram and she conceived Yishmael/Ishmael
Chapter 17 the covenant with Abraham from where the 12 tribes of Israel = 12 son born to Jacob whose name Papa YHWH changed to ISRAEL; Ancient Israel.
HOWEVER… YITSHMAEL/ISHMAEL; (WHOSE MOTHER WAS AN EGYPTIAN = EGYPT) FROM WHERE 12 PRINCES/CHIEFS; see verse 17:20 and Chapter 25:12 – 18
Egypt… from where later E’SAW took Ishmael’s daughters to be his wifes knowing Jacob’s disapproval cause for bitterns Chapter 28:8
Chapter 36 – the family lineage of E’saw and CHIEFS = SHEIKS.
It is interesting to NOTICE how today still some talk about those whom say to have the right to govern and can allegedly trace its ROOTS BACK TO EGYPT.
…AS FOR YITSHAQ/ISSAC HE DWELT IN GERAR.
Ever so interesting! GERAR meaning ROAR
Chapter 26:8 …Abimelek sovereign of the PHILISTINES
Land from which one day DAVID THE SON OF JESSIE WOULD FIGHT GOLIATH
Family lineage from where the Promised Seed = THE LION OF JUDAH = THE FUTURE TRUE KING OF PAPA YHWH’S TRUE NATION OF ISRAEL = ISRAELITES; A KINGDOM/GOVERNMENT TO LAST TO TIME INDEFINITE
Therefore, it makes so much sense Hason/Revelations Chapter 13 – from the “sea” = waters = nations = populations ON WHICH THE HARLOT SEATS.
The “beast that come from the “sea”, therefore… would read, the beast that comes from among the nations! Which by the way… it’s absolutely NO match to the “stones” being place as altar/recognition to Papa’s YHWH Authority; NOR TO “THE STONE THAT CUT NOT BY ‘HUMAN’ HANDS”
late 14c., from roar (v.) and Old English GERAR.
masc. proper name, from Old French Gerart (Modern French Gérard), of Germanic origin; compare Old High German Gerhard, literally “strong with the spear,” from ger “SPEAR” (see gar) + hart “hard” (from PIE root *kar- “HARD”).