The Most Well-Kept Secret Known To The history of Mankind Part 3
Shalom Brothers and Sisters,
When I last was talking to you, I had some questions that directed my attention to The Book of Deuteronomy 28 and for this session I want to highlight Who YAH was talking to and the prophesy found there. As you may already know that The Book of Deuteronomy is apart of the five Books of Musa / (Moses which I will use to identify him only once for those of us who don’t know who Musa is) or The Torah
. Genesis, or Berei**** (áÌÀøÅàùÑÄéú): Berei**** means "in the beginning, and this is the Hebrew word that kicks off the five book narrative of the Israelite nation.
Exodus, or Shemot (ùÑÀîåÉú): Shemot means "names" in Hebrew. Exodus starts by naming the 11 tribes that went with Jacob into Egypt: "And these are the names of the sons of Israel who came to Egypt; with Jacob, each man and his household came: Reuben, Simeon, Levi, and Judah. Issachar, Zebulun, and Benjamin. Dan and Naphtali, Gad and Asher. Now all those descended from Jacob were seventy souls, and Joseph was in Egypt."
Leviticus, or Vayikra (åÇéÌÄ÷ÀøÈà): Vayikra means "And He called" in Hebrew. This book begins with God calling for Musa. God then relays that Moses should share with the Israelites the bulk of the laws and the services of the Levites and the Priests, or Kohanim. Among the many laws told are those of sacrifices; forbidden relationships; the major holidays of Passover, Shavuot, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot; and more.
•Numbers, or BaMidbar (áÌÀîÄãÀáÌÇø): BaMidbar means "In the wilderness" in Hebrew. This book chronicles the Israelites' journey through the wilderness after the Exodus from Egypt.
Deuteronomy, or Devarim (ãÌÀáÈøÄéí): Devarim means "words" in Hebrew. Devarim has Musa chronicling and retelling the journey of the Israelites as he prepares to die without entering the Promised Land. At the end of Devarim, Moses dies and the Israelites enter the land of Israel.
How old is the Torah?
According to rabbinic tradition, all of the teachings found in the Torah, both written and oral, were given by God through Musa, a prophet, some of them at Mount Sinai and others at the Tabernacle, and all the teachings were written down by Musa, which resulted in the Torah we have today. The majority of Biblical scholars believe that the written books were a product of the Babylonian exilic period (600 BCE) and that it was completed by the Persian period (400 BCE). In short, these First Five Books of The Holy Torah’s History, LAWS and Prophesied was written and was given to Yah’s people, as a covenant between The Most High and the Children of Israel some 600 years before the birth of YESHUA.
According to The Holy Bible which some of us might say that The Holy Bible (KJV) is European and some may say it is a Whiteman’s Bible. Now if you have been following my contributions to Black in America, you already know that this material has been thoroughly been discussed in my blog “King James... A Brief History of Black Nobility in Europe”
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I will stop here for a moment until next time because I want to deal with the FACTS of The Book of Deuteronomy found right here in The King James Version of The Holy Bible
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Tuesday, January 12th 2016 at 7:50AM
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