Ki Tavo (When you come)
Note: All scripture quoted unless other wise noted is taken from the
CJB or Hebrew/ Transliterate Text
When you (have) come to the land Adonai Elohim is giving you for your
inheritance, (and you have) taken possession of it, and settled there.
Lesson: What has God given us? We have heard sermons and read stories
of that "Promise land"! But I ask is it a Promise land .. or a land
God's place is not a settlement of empty promises! It is a land that
is a guarantee of ours! If (in Hebrew thought) you do not see the
answers then .. a/ you have not crossed over yet... (Question : What
is keeping you?) b/ you have not put your foot down (taken possession
of ) c/ You are not resting "in the promises" (settled ) d/ (worst
case scenario) all the above!
This guarantee was etched out long before you or I was born! The guarantee
has God's writing on it! (see black book aka owners manual .. or in
Jim's case Red no dust!) This written guarantee is also a "blood covenant"
unbreakable in Hebrew land!Sealed by the blood of a spotless, unblemished,
healthy lamb! (there by can not be rendered null and void)
The book in your bible called "Genesis" (Gr - Beginning) in Hebrew
translates B'resheet The first 2 letters (B -r ) are always bold faced!
Why ??? B (bet - Biet, beth) means house... r (Resh) for or deeded
to see the little apostrophe? it gives us permission to combine to
make the B're sound (bray .. aka donkey) but left with out the rest
of the word you now have Bar .. which means son!!!!!!
2 letters show us the deed! A house willed , or promised or deeded
to a son! Are you His son?
I could go into a separate thought of the ministry of husbandry ..
and the original duties of Adam just on those two letters... which
when concluded would suddenly give you a light as to what Yeshua (Jesus)
was saying in a parable ... but I think I shall leave that for some
one else who would be kind enough to take it on! (I can't have all
When God cracks a one liner ... you may not laugh .. but you will