Vast Acquaintance (God) employable knowledge is important wisdom is important it is inequential to the vastness of folly it is I†, the Lord Almighty God† arrogance has overridden its uselessness being followers it should be instead of the ones followed for they laid burdens where burdens should not be laid 'o come now and see the voidance of knowledge true knowledge knowledge I† give has been deemed useless by man, according to man all your wealth will in turn be deemed useless as I† will change hands reemploy another to use wealth in a different accord instead of 'things' useless things wealth will be used to feed and to house and to care for those in need you have brought this upon yourselves 'o arrogance able Me† to move My† hand! you have no power to 'able' Me†! bring the rain 'o arrogance employ your minds 'o arrogance, you deemed yourself a genius well, do what you said you can do make the rain control the waters as you deemed you can! watering what cannot feed watering what cannot house watering what cannot shelter stripping the needs from My† creations! how will it be when the tables are turned? how will your sinfulness be then? My† beauty is not your beauty I† move as I† see fit and you moved as you see fit to fit needs that are not real brave you are, 'o arrogant! let Me† be braver in stance deny Me†, I† shall deny you! 'o sun filled arrogance putting beauty before hunger putting beauty before shelter your beauty will be your demise a sucking in so My† beast can roam beast of the desert prowlers in vastness you who think you can control My† creations I† will turn the tables it is their land first you have used up their resources for beauty and all your sinful ways I† have come for the correction you want sun I† give you sun how much sun do you want? bring the rain 'o arrogance control My† hand you say you can you say you have the power! I† am the Lord Almighty God† My† jealousy rages at your arrogant thought! be brave 'o My† people I† have come to revenge you I† have come to discipline the arrogant combine in wallowness a forfamable combine a change only I† can do! to right wrongs the wrongful choices made a pillage that isn't halted move 'o brave one see 'o watchman My† hand moves a wave you cannot stop without Me†! 'o arrogant of slumber a combined warrior I† set upon you raging through it stops when I† stop it seek comfort 'o gentle soul I† will show you in time and you will tell them what I† show you rest now 'o gentle soul stand and face north what's left of you is deemed change a change greater than babylon a withering of notion halt 'o restless ones the one to the right of My† prophet's hand those abandoning the left where the sun rises I† shall pound splitting the land one to the right and one to the left seize it 'o powerful notion a test of great magnitude is coming upon you dream 'o sleepy one the left is deemed a reclaiming of what it was it will be again I† am the Lord Almighty God† and so it is deemed
Notes: The screenshot David chose is from November 9, 2019: Certainty of Visions. The screenshot is from the art God put on the water behind me. It is a painting of a man facing to the left with two children facing each other just above his shoulders to the right.
(July 22, 2022)—‘Vast Acquaintance’ was given July 20, 2022. After, He led me to 2 Samuel 14:25-28 through 2 Samuel 15:23-29 again. As I’ve said many times, when things are repeated by God or Yeshuah over and over, it is of great importance.
inequential…this is what I heard. I am not mistaken. He pronounced it very precise.
forfamable is phonically how I heard the word.
|Two Years Pass—In all Israel there was not a man so highly praised for his handsome appearance as Absalom. From the top of his head to the sole of his foot there was no blemish in him. Whenever he cut the hair of his head—he used to cut his hair from time to time when it became too heavy for him—he would weigh it, and its weight was two hundred shekels by the royal standard. Three sons and a daughter were born to Absalom. The daughter’s name was Tamar, and she became a beautiful woman. Absalom lived two years in Jerusalem without seeing the king’s face.—2 Samuel 14:25-28 (Jerusalem)|
|David and Absalom Reconcile—Then Absalom sent for Joab in order to send him to the king, but Joab refused to come to him. So he sent a second time, but he refused to come. Then he said to his servants, ‘Look, Joab’s field is next to mine, and he has barley there. Go and set it on fire.’ So Absalom’s servants set the field on fire. Then Joab did go to Absalom’s house and he said to him, ‘Why have your servants set my field on fire?’ Absalom said to Joab, ‘Look, I sent word to you and said, ‘Come here so I can send you to the king to ask, ‘Why have I come from Geshur? It would be better for me if I were still there!’ Now then, I want to see the king’s face, and if I am guilty of anything, let him put me to death.‘ So Joab went to the king and told him this. Then the king summoned Absalom, and he came in and bowed down with his face to the ground before the king. And the king kissed Absalom.—2 Samuel 14:29-33|
|Absalom Politics—In the course of time, Absalom provided himself with a chariot and horses and with fifty men to run ahead of him. He would get up early and stand by the side of the road leading to the city gate. Whenever anyone came with a complaint to be placed before the king for a decision, Absalom would call out to him, ‘What town are you from?’ He would answer, ‘Your servant is from one of the tribes of Israel.’ Then Absalom would say to him, ‘Look, your claims are valid and proper, but there is no representative of the king to hear you.’ And Absalom would add, ‘If only I were appointed judge in the land! Then everyone who has a complaint or case could come to me and I would see that he gets justice.’ Also, whenever anyone approached him to bow down before him, Absalom would reach out his hand, take hold of him and kiss him. Absalom behaved in this way toward all the Israelites who came to the king asking for justice, and so he stole the hearts of the men of Israel.—2 Samuel 15:1-6|
|Formation of Conspiracy—At the end of four years, Absalom said to the king, ‘Let me go to Hebron and fulfill a vow I made to the Lord. While your servant was living at Geshur in Aram, I made this vow: ‘If the Lord takes me back to Jerusalem, I will worship the Lord in Hebron.’ The king said to him, ‘Go in peace.’ So he went to Hebron. Then Absalom sent secret messengers throughout the tribes of Israel to say, ‘As soon as you hear the sound of the trumpets, then say, ‘Absalom is king in Hebron.” Two hundred men from Jerusalem had accompanied Absalom. They had been invited as guests and went quite innocently, knowing nothing about the matter. While Absalom was offering sacrifices, he also sent for Ahithophel the Gilonite, David’s counselor, to come from Giloh, his hometown. And so the conspiracy gained strength, and Absalom’s following kept on increasing.—2 Samuel 15:7-12 (Hebron)|
|David Goes Into Exile—A messenger came and told David, ‘The hearts of the men of Israel are with Absalom.’ Then David said to all his officials who were with him in Jerusalem, ‘Come! We must flee, or none of us will escape from Absalom. We must leave immediately, or he will move quickly to overtake us and bring ruin upon us and put the city to the sword.’ The king’s officials answered him, ‘Your servants are ready to do whatever our lord the king chooses.’ The king set out, with his entire household following him; but he left ten concubines to take care of the palace. So the king set out, with all the people following him, and they halted at a place some distance away. All his men marched past him, along with all the Kerethites and Pelethites; and all the six hundred Gittites who had accompanied him from Gath marched before the king.—2 Samuel 15:13-18|
|Ittai Joins David—The king said to Ittai the Gittite, ‘Why should you come along with us? Go back and stay with King Absalom. You are a foreigner, an exile from your homeland. You came only yesterday. And today shall I make you wander about with us, when I do not know where I am going? Go back, and take your countrymen. May kindness and faithfulness be with you.’ But Ittai replied to the king, ‘As surely as the Lord lives, and as my lord the king lives, wherever my lord the king may be, whether it means life or death, there will your servant be.’ David said to Ittai, ‘Go ahead, march on.’ So Ittai the Gittite marched on with all his men and the families that were with him.—2 Samuel 15:19-22|
|Ark Returned to Jerusalem—The whole countryside wept aloud as all the people passed by. The king also crossed the Kidron Valley, and all the people moved on toward the desert. Zadok was there, too, and all the Levites who were with him were carrying the ark of the covenant of God. They set down the ark of God, and Abiathar offered sacrifices until all the people had finished leaving the city. Then the king said to Zadok, ‘Take the ark of God back into the city. If I find favor in the Lord’s eyes, He will bring me back and let me see it and His dwelling place again. But if He says, ‘I am not pleased with you,’ then I am ready; let Him do to me whatever seems good to Him.’ The king also said to Zadok the priest, ‘Aren’t you a seer? Go back to the city in peace, with your son Ahimaaz and Jonathan son of Abiathar. You and Abiathar take your two sons with you. I will wait at the fords in the desert until word comes from you to inform me.’ So Zadok and Abiathar took the ark of God back to Jerusalem and stayed there.—2 Samuel 15:23-29 (Kidron Valley)|
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