Searching for Yehovah and the Kingdom Promises (1 Chronicles 16:1-36)

The Authority of Yehovah’s Kingdom was established with King David as he brought the Ark of Yehovah into Jerusalem. This was a  time of celebration and rejoicing for all Israel!! We look at this moment in time, and discuss the prophetic pictures of the Kingdom of Yehovah promised to be established in the earth in these last days!

Shalom

3 thoughts on “Searching for Yehovah and the Kingdom Promises (1 Chronicles 16:1-36)

  1. Outstanding study brother Joseph! I think many of us go about our lives feeling guilty and being judgmental. That mode of thinking makes it hard to pray with authority. if we miss the mark, the best thing to do is to pray for forgiveness and try not to repeat the same mistake. We can also be perfect like Noah and many ancient worthies. Thanks so much brother Joseph Israel for this study. How do you compare Adam and Noah as far as perfection goes? Are there levels of perfection? No one was found able to pay or reverse the curse upon mankind except Yehoshuah. He was considered the second perfect man after Adam. How come no one else could ransom mankind despite the fact that some people were considered perfect? Was Adam superhuman by our standards?

    1. The Perfection or righteousness of Noach is described in the Torah like this (נֹחַ אִישׁ צַדִּיק תָּמִים ) “Noah was in his generations a man righteous and whole-hearted;” the word translated “whole _hearted” come from hebrew “Tamim” … is a word that can be translated, perfect complete, whole hearted.. this is th eidea and requirement for all of Israel at is is written Deut 18:13 (תָּמִים תִּהְיֶה, עִם יְהוָה אֱלֹהֶיךָ. ) “Thou shalt be whole-hearted with YHVH thy ELOHIM. ” YHVH commanded Avram (Abraham) and said” ‘I am EL Almighty; walk before Me, and be thou wholehearted.” Tamim is translated “blameless” in the ESV, and “perfect” ASV…

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