'O Broken Heart (Jesus and God) save your strength, 'o broken heart time is near to put pettiness away and seek the deepness of troubles bring it to the surface ‒heal 'o broken heart you are in times of testing 'o people, 'o great nations the spoken has spoke the speaker speaks it is I†, 'o people and it is I†, 'o great nations don't be frightened when the time comes the removing of waste don't linger in fear for the times coming were brought on by fear and judgment and hate their jobs are powerful waste inside of waste I†, Jesus†, know about this waste it sucks beings in it gives no warning nor indication it just is those who see it understand it and they cry because they know what is happening someone is failing you have to be strong in these times as when they scorned Me† those who knew the truth could have caused an uprising a war, a fight but I† told them not to what must be done must be done for the greater of things the truth is put before you measurements with weights scales unbalanced balance has to occur when things are out of balance a re-scaling takes place 'o peoples of nations a re-scaling is taking place the beginning of birth pains as already told it is already begun no reluctance is at hand stress on My† servant's neck soon to become stress of the nations
Notes: The photographs David chose are from October 23, 2019: The Dragon and the All-Seeing Eye. In many of the photographs, David points out the bright green on the grown. It is very different and after a while it got easier to see. He calls it God’s energy. His footprints.
(March 1, 2022)―2 Chronicles 15-16:10 and 1 Kings 15:13- 16:9,10. That’s the Scripture I was brought to this morning. Israel and Judah are fighting. They are divided. King Asa gets word from the prophet Azariah to trust in God and he will have peace. So he does…but…always a but…he loses the trust in God on his own accord and enlists Syria’s help. He didn’t have the courage to believe that God would save him and his people. Asa is then rebuked and his people get put in turmoil.
God works through actions. We all have a choice.
All along there is the ‘if’ factor. You are taught all about God’s grace. You love that. But you are not taught about God’s ‘if’ clause. No…the man-made churches do not teach you about that. God does not change.
This writing is following two other posts I made today. I was told to do this. Apparently they go together. The other two works are ‘Troubled Times’ and ‘The Sway of Truth.‘
Warning From Azariah—The Spirit of God came upon Azariah son of Oded. He went out to meet Asa and said to him, ‘Listen to me, Asa and all Judah and Benjamin. The Lord is with you and you are with Him. If you seek Him, He will be found by you, but if you forsake Him, He will forsake you. For a long time Israel was without the true God, without a priest to teach and without the law. But in their distress they turned to the Lord, the God of Israel, and sought Him, and He was found by them. In those days it was not safe to travel about, for all the inhabitants of the lands were in great turmoil. One nation was being crushed by another and one city by another, because God was troubling them with every kind of distress. But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded.’—2 Chronicles 15:1-7
Asa Reforms Judah Again—When Asa heard these words and the prophecy of Azariah son of Oded the prophet, he took courage. He removed the detestable idols from the whole land of Judah and Benjamin and from the towns he had captured in the hills of Ephraim. He repaired the altar of the Lord that was in front of the portico of the Lord’s temple. Although he did not remove the high places from Israel, Asa’s heart was fully committed to the Lord all his life. He brought into the temple of God the silver and the gold and the articles that he and his father had dedicated.—1 Kings 15:12,14,15; 2 Chronicles 15:8,17,18
Four More Peaceful Years—There were no more war until the thirty-fifty year of Asa’s reign.—2 Chronicles 15:19
Renewal of Covenant—Then he assembled all Judah and Benjamin and the people from Ephraim, Manasseh and Simeon who had settled among them, for large numbers had come over to him from Israel when they saw that the Lord His God was with him. They assembled at Jerusalem in the third month of the fifteenth years of Asa’s reign. At that time they sacrificed to the Lord seven hundred head of cattle and seven thousand sheep and goats from the plunder they had brought back. They entered into a covenant to seek the Lord, the God of their fathers with all their heart and soul. All who would not seek the Lord, the God of Israel, were to be put to death, whether small or great, man or woman. They took an oath to the Lord with loud acclamations, with shouting and with trumpets and horns. All Judah rejoiced about the oath because they had sworn it wholeheartedly. They sought God eagerly, and He was found by them. So the Lord gave them rest on every side.—2 Chronicles 15:9-15 (Jerusalem)
Mother Removed as Queen—King Asa also deposed his grandmother Maacah from her position as queen mother, because she had made a repulsive Asherah pole. Asa cut the pole down, broke it up and burned it in the Kidron Valley.—1 Kings 15:13; 2 Chronicles 15:16
Baasha Threatens War—There was war between Asa and Baasha king of Israel throughout their reigns. Baasha king of Israel went up against Judah and fortified Ramah to prevent anyone from leaving or entering the territory of Asa king of Judah.—1 Kings 15:16,17; 1 King 15:32; 2 Chronicles 16:1
Asa Enlists Syria’s Aid—Asa then took all the silver and gold that was left in the treasures of the Lord’s temple and of his own palace. He entrusted it to his officials and sent them to Ben-Hadad son of Tabrimmon, the son of Hezion, the king of Aram, who was ruling in Damascus. ‘Let there be a treaty between me and you,’ he said, ‘as there was between my father and your father. See, I am sending you a gift of silver and gold. Now break your treaty with Baasha king of Israel so he will withdraw from me.’ Ben-Hadad agreed with King Asa and sent the commanders of his forces against the towns of Israel. He conquered Ijon, Dan, Abel Beth Maacah and all Kinnereth in addition to Naphtali. When Baasha heard this, he stopped building Ramah and withdrew to Tirzah.—1 Kings 15:18-21; 2 Chronicles 16:2-5
Ramah Dismantled—Then King Asa issued an order to all Judah―no one was exempt―and they carried away from Ramah the stones and timber Baasha had been using there. With them King Asa built up Geba in Benjamin, and also Mizpah.—1 Kings 15:22; 2 Chronicles 16:6
Hanani Rebukes Asa—At that time Hanani the seer came to Asa king of Judah and said to him: ‘Because you relied on the king of Aram and not on the Lord your God, the army of the king of Aram has escaped from your hand. Were not the Cushites and Libyans a mighty army with great numbers of chariots and horsemen? Yet when you relied on the Lord, He delivered them into your hand. For the eyes of the Lord range throughout the earth to strengthen those whose hearts are fully committed to Him. You have done a foolish thing, and from now on you will be at war.’—2 Chronicles 16:7-9
Asa Responds Angrily—Asa was angry with the seer because of this; he was so enraged that he put him in prison. At the same time Asa brutally oppressed some of the people.—1 Kings 16:10
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