A Dust's Call (God) strange things happen when you're not paying attention the warmth turns to cold the cold turns to warmth a bitterness lingers in the solemnness of men's hearts blaming the times of earth instead of seeing truth in the hand of God† it is I†, He† who calls time to still in moments of desperation here, where they flock when explanations run out always in the bitterness of time do they surrender to what is unseen says the Lord Almighty† in all His† might in all His† strength a hand coming down on mankind to cleanse the imperfection to balance the imbalanced it has come this time of balance of cleansing the imperfection man has surrendered to lay down your guard 'o breeds of men listen for the Lord† is speaking I've† come to share what you cannot understand for the high mountains have stood still and the waste of all that's good breathes in the air of time given silence! 'o restless ones your prayers are heard don't whimper so loud I† hear the whispers I† hear what you haven't yet thought but it's on your heart I† see the misfortune I† see the wavering of the good for the sinfulness that brings you pleasure 'o have I† been watching holding back but the years fade without change of heart the tensions grow animosity and disheart anger for something you believe is owed to you wanting more instead of less pillaging to get more from My† mountain how dull it is to watch the suffrage the sinfulness the lack of faith I† show you My† hand I† reveal such glory to you peoples of nations but you relinquish what I† show you forget as if I† never showed you then want more generation upon generation the past never learned from the waywardness continues for power and greed why the poor suffer you move under radars give a little to get a lot to get what you don't deserve yes, I† see all I† see all! I† am not absent but in abound to life I† rise power I† lower power I† awaken souls I† close hearts you have no mercy where you should have mercy My† prophet will give mercy even when she doesn't want I† charged her with mercy so you will see what I† charge you with mercy! take heart 'o peoples of nations the Lord† is speaking the Lord Almighty God† I† am! the one who takes and the one who gives the alpha and the omega what I† say to you I† say it is charged to you and it is in your power to adhere to the charge awaken 'o ears I† have already shown you My† power it is written so long ago on oil skins and parchment on rock now it is being written on wood flattened into sheets through oil put in a pen I† charged the writing of My† words to be written the charge has been taken and adhered to though you call it fowl I† deem it true the charge is passed to you 'o peoples of nations and it will be charged to generations that follow you they will know the Lord† spoke and even though you sit and pray, kneel and beg sing praises in harmony gather in buildings say My† name and the names of those I† sent through all this your hypocrisy gives to your ignorance I† am speaking the prophet writes the words from My† mouth and you forego them for traditions of men! says the Lord Almighty God† I† am changing you the generations to come will see how they will understand why 'o peril awaits as darkness consumes a great change marches across the earth as My† hand moves slow and precise without your close attention it will be upon you without preparation
(November 20, 2022)—After the writing, He led me to Isaiah’s prophesies being fulfilled!
|Ahaz Promotes Syria’s Fall—Ahaz sent messengers to say to Tiglath-Pileser king of Assyria, ‘I am your servant and vassal. Come up and save me out of the hand of the king of Aram and of the king of Israel, who are attacking me.’ And Ahaz took the silver and gold found in the temple of the Lord and in the treasuries of the royal palace and sent it as a gift to the king of Assyria.—2 Kings 16:7,8|
|Tiglath-Pileser Takes Damascus—The king of Assyria complied by attacking Damascus and capturing it. He deported its inhabitants to Kir and put Rezin to death. Then King Ahaz went to Damascus to meet Tiglath-Pileser king of Assyria.—2 Kings 16:9,10a (732 B.C., Damascus)|
|Ahaz Orders Syrian Altar—He saw an altar in Damascus and sent to Uriah the priest a sketch of the altar, with detailed plans for its construction. So Uriah the priest built an altar in accordance with all the plans that King Ahaz had sent from Damascus and finished it before King Ahaz returned.—2 Kings 16:10b,11|
|Sacrifices On New Altar—When the king came back from Damascus and saw the altar, he approached it and presented offerings on it. He offered up his burnt offering and grain offering, poured out his drink offering, and sprinkled the blood of his fellowship offering on the altar. The bronze altar that stood before the Lord he brought from the front of the temple—from between the new altar and the temple of the Lord—and put it on the north side of the new altar.—2 Kings 16:12-14 (Jerusalem)|
|Instructions for Use—King Ahaz then gave these orders to Uriah the priest: ‘On the large new altar, offer the morning burnt offering and the evening grain offering, the king’s burnt offering and his grain offering and the burnt offering of all the people of the land, and their grain offering and their drink offering. Sprinkle on the altar all the blood of the burnt offerings and sacrifices. But I will use the bronze altar for seeking guidance.’ And Uriah the priest did just as King Ahaz had ordered.—2 Kings 16:15,16|
|Use of Old Altar—King Ahaz took away the side panels and removed the basins from the movable stands. He removed the Sea from the bronze bulls that supported it and set it on a stone base. He took away the Sabbath canopy that had been built at the temple and removed the royal entryway outside the temple of the Lord, in deference to the king of Assyria.—2 Kings 16:17,18|
|Extent of Ahaz’s Corruption—In his time of trouble King Ahaz became even more unfaithful to the Lord. He offered sacrifices to the gods of Damascus, who had defeated him; for he thought, ‘Since the gods of the kings of Aram have helped them, I will sacrifice to them so they will help me.’ But they were his downfall and the downfall of all Israel. Ahaz gathered together the furnishings from the temple of God and took them away. He shut the doors of the Lord’s temple and set up altars at every street corner in Jerusalem. In every town in Judah he built high places to burn sacrifices to other gods and provoked the Lord, the God of his fathers, to anger.—2 Chronicles 28:22-25|
|Death of Ahaz—The other events of his reign and all his ways, from beginning to end, are written in the book of the kings of Judah and Israel. Ahaz rested with his fathers and was buried in the city of Jerusalem, but he was not placed in the tombs of the kings of Israel.—2 Kings 16:19,20a; 2 Chronicles 28:26,27a (725 B.C.?)|
|Hezekiah Begins Sole Reign—And Hezekiah his son succeeded him as king. In the third year of Hoshea son of Elah king of Israel, Hezekiah son of Ahaz king of Judah began to reign. He was twenty-five years old when he became king, and he reigned in Jerusalem twenty-nine years. His mother’s name was Abijah daughter of Zechariah.—2 Kings 16:20b; 18:1,2; 2 Chronicles 28:27b; 29:1 (725 B.C.?)|
|Hezekiah’s Character—He did what was right in the eyes of the Lord, just as his father David had done. He removed the high places, smashed the sacred stones and cut down the Asherah poles. He broke into pieces the bronze snake Moses had made, for up to that time the Israelites had been burning incense to it. (It was called Nehushtan.) Hezekiah trusted in the Lord, the God of Israel. There was no one like him among all the kings of Judah, either before him or after him. He held fast to the Lord and did not cease to follow Him; he kept the commands that the Lord had given Moses. And the Lord was with him; he was successful in whatever he undertook.—2 Kings 18:3-7a; 2 Chronicles 29:2|
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