Reading Isaiah’s Mind chapter 35 verses 1 thru 5

  Midbar (desert; parched-land; wilderness) is the Hebrew term used to define the concept (abstraction; notion; conception; impression; mental-picture) characterized by the one or all of following circumstances: divine-punishment; retribution; payback; avengment; retaliation; justice; reprisal; vengeance for human transgressions. God-forsakenness; no growth; decline; languishing; ruin; dinishing; failure; curtailment lack of water; drought; dessication; want; dryness; shortage of supply; […]

 

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Midbar (God-forsaken circumstances; desert; parched-land; wilderness) is the Hebrew term used to define the concept (abstraction; notion; conception; impression; mental-picture) characterized by little or no “living-water” (Spirit of God)  and a natural-unfriendliness (malevolence; enmity; hostility; antagonism; aversion; opposition) toward the growth and development of life (plants and animals). 

Midbar (desert; parched-land; wilderness) is the Hebrew term used to define the concept (abstraction; notion; conception; impression; mental-picture) characterized by the one or all of following circumstances:

divine-punishment; retribution; payback; avengment; retaliation; justice; reprisal; vengeance for human transgressions.
God-forsakenness; no growth; decline; languishing; ruin; dinishing; failure; curtailment
lack of water; drought; dessication; want; dryness; shortage of supply; deficiency
barrenness; non productivity; incapable of producing offspring, seed, or fruit; sterility:  unable to support the growth of people or crops; lacking in ideas; dull
uncivilized; uncouth; coarse; boorish; vulgar; philistine; uneducated
exile; bondage; slavery ; servitude;  imprisonment such as that experienced by the Hebrews in Egypt 

 

In a concrete sense, midbar refers to arid or semi-arid regions whose scarcity of water makes them unsuitable for agricultural and farming settlements. Midbar is a more or less desolate (God-forsaken) area (circumstance) that evokes fear and revulsion. Metaphorically, midbar conveys a sense of personal-discredit (dishonor; unpopularity; distaste; disrespect).

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rose garden
The deserts (sterile places) will spring (issue-forth)  “living-water” (the holy spirit), and they’ll break-forth (flourish; bloom; blosssom) like rose-gardens. 

1. The midbars (deserts; God-forsaken-circumstances; places-of-exile) and parched-places (wilderness; drought-ridden circumstances) will rejoice in connection with (with reference to; concerning) Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons) then from the deserts (sterile-places) “living-water” (the Spirit of God)  will spring (issue-forth suddenly) and they will  breakforth (flourish; bloom; blosssom) like rose-gardens. 

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woman pointing
This new generation of Israelite royalty (princesses)  discerns (recognizes; understands; deduces-mentally) the Glory of “The-Lord” (Jehovah) and is pointing (directing-attention) toward the posterity (heirs; princesses; scions; inheritors)  of Jehovah, the God of Israel.

2. Blossoms (buds; flowers) will spring-up (appear-suddenly) and rejoice, yea, they’ll shout with joy over the splendor (glory) of Lebanon that is now given (ascribed; credited; imputed; attributed) to them (Israel’s people; rank and file Mormons). This generation of Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons) is pointing (directing-attention-of) everyone to the Lord’ vineyard and a new (latter-day)  generation of Israelite royalty (princesses) . This new generation of Israelite royalty (princesses)   discerns (recognizes; understands; deduces-mentally) the Glory of “The-Lord” (Jehovah) and point (direct-attention) toward the posterity (lineage; bloodline; descendants; family; heirs; progeny; scions; successors; generations) of Jehovah, the God of Israel.

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denied
Apostle Bruce R. McConkie, a member of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day-Saints (Mormon-Church) from 1972 until his death, was documented by Kevin Fraut, son of Ogden Wedlund Kraut, an American author who wrote about his independent Mormon fundamentalist beliefs. Kevin Kraut states that , on his deathbed, Bruce R. McConkie, was crying and expressed fear of “passing-over” (dying) and going to the other side and answering his maker for the terrible things the Mormon Church leaders have done and said, that have hurt (failed; injured) so many good people. McConkie said that, over the years, Mormon leadership has not been honest with the (Mormon) people. Apparently, McConkie had good reason to fear his own death. Though, he wasa a chosen apostle in the Mormon Church, and was pressumed to have absolutely no reason to fear “meeting-his-maker”, he was nevertheless crying and fearful of dying because of what he would face on the other side of the veil. Deathbed confessions are usually straight-forward and honest. because there is no longer anything to gain by lying or perpetuating a falsehood. 

3. Fasten yourselves upon (embrace; clutch; grip; clasp) the  hands ( power; ability; capacity; potential; competence; faculty)  of Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons) who Salt Lake’s presiding officers have turned-down (denied; declined; refused-to-grant; forbidden; refused; denied) a direct-connection (direct experience; familiarity; direct-personal-knowledge)  with Salt Lake’s Authority.

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peing Calvin
This generation of Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons) has come to take-vengeance (inflict-retribution) upon Salt Lake’s Priesthood leadership  . They bring with them a desire for vengeance (revenge), for the sake of their God, Himself. 

4. Declare (say) to this new  generation of Israelites (rank and file Mormons) who are psychologically, spiritually and intellectually apt (prompted; inclined; prepared; equipped; disposed; likely; prone) to confirm (profess; declare the truth of; validate; ratify; endorse; affirm) the words of  Isaiah. Don’t be afraid to declare (bear-forth; speak; throw-light-on; bring-to-light) Isaiah’s words.  Behold (a new turn of events and though surprising, it could have been predicted) God is with you and those to whom you declare (bring-to light; shed-light-on) these things. This generation of Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons) has been born (created; brought-forth; begotten; given-life)  in order to take vengeance (inflict-retribution) upon Jehovah’s adversaries (foes; rivasl; enemies) . They bring with them a desire for vengeance (revenge), for the sake of Jehovah, Himself. They have come (arrived)  to rescue (deliver; liberate; preserve; succor; help) all-of-you (Israel’s people; rank and file Mormons).

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plugged-ears
 The ears (sharpness; keenness; discernment; awareness; sensitivity; smarts; insight; intellect) of the deaf (those who keep silent; the dumb; those who will not speak-up) will be-opened-up (no longer be plugged).

5. So  (with the aim that) the eyes (watching; power-of-vision; power-of-perception; power-of-observation; power-of-vigilance; power-of-contemplation; power-of-scrutiny) of those who’ve just-awakened from a long slumber among this generation of Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons) will once again be clear-sighted (observant; open; intelligent; wise) and the ears (sharpness; keenness; discernment; awareness; sensitivity; smarts; insight; intellect) of the-deaf (those who keep silent; dumb; those who will not speak-up) will be-opened-up (no longer be plugged)   .   

 

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