Reading Isaiah’s Mind – chapter six – verses 1-5

The Hebrew term for “commission” is the root verb qara-pronouned-kaw-raw-meaning: to call by name; to summon; to bid; to appoint. It is described as “speech” designed to attract someone’s  attention. It establishes communication between two parties and frequently introduces an important message. If Jehovah is the subject, then qara introduces His command. It’s fundamental purpose is to eliminate the distance between two parties. As a noun, the word denotes: proclamation; invocation; invitation; commission; appointment; calling). 

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 “You have a great commission.”

A commission is an “an instruction, command, or duty given to a person” to perform a specific assignment.  The authorization, power, and prerogative (entitlement) to perform the work is bestowed along with the commission.   Qara is used by Isaiah, in the following: sense:  “choosing someone for a specific assignment ”, for example, “Cyrus” was commissioned by Jehovah to liberate Israel from Babylonian exile (getting rid of something unwanted to confusion and misrepresentation). The correct semantic (meaning; interpretation) of the term qara establishes a personal-relationship between Jehovah and Cyrus,  which gives Cyrus a “special-status”.

Cyrus PersianBehind this new-relationship stands a very ancient association between a lord (master; Suzerain) and his vassal (servant; steward) . The Lord (Suzerain) bestows safety and support upon his vassal,   as well as issuing  commands to him and imposing duties. Cyrus is also given an honorific surname (nickname or title) – “Akanneka”, meaning: – “I give you a title of honor” in other words, “By using this nick-name I may speak allusively of you” or “I use veiled language concerning your identity”).

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The objective of Mormonism’s High Priest in Salt Lake City is the death of Israel’s God.

1. During the events surrounding the Salt Lake’s coup d’etat (seizure of governing power by an exclusive-priestly-group) to overthrow (topple; dethrone; usurp; supplant) Jehovah’s sovereignty (dominion; jurisdiction; authority) among Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons) , Isaiah saw (envisioned; pictured) the God and redeemer of Israel’s people seated upon a high and glorious throne,  but He was being mocked (mimicked) by ………..

 

 

 2. Seraphim (poisonous serpents) symbolize (represent; denote)  Mormonism’s General Priesthood Authorities who are currently claiming to be Jehovah’s hakohenim hagadol  (presiding  High Priests)  the title of Jehovah’s chief-religious-officials,  while they impart lies and perjured-testimony (misrepresentations ; cock-and-bull stories ) to Israel’s People, availing themselves of  (taking advantage of) their silken  (soft; lustrous; shining; diaphanous) wings  (camouflages; false fronts) of Sorcery  (magic performed with the help of evil spirits).

Seraphim – a species of venomous serpents; “winged-serpents”; poisonous serpents, derived from the Hebrew verb saraph-pronounced-saw-rawf– meaning: to burn, “to-set-on-fire”; to kindle.

Each of the Seraphim (poisonous serpents ) had six (fixed ; permanent; everlasting) wings  (covers; false-fronts; camouflages). With two of the wings (camouflages), the Seraphim (poisonous serpents) cover (conceal) their faces (purposes and intentions).  With two (other) wings (camouflages), they  cover  (conceal) the steps (measures; actions; initiatives) they are taking to destroy Israel’s people.  With the remaining two (other) wings (camouflages),  they fly-away  (make a quick exit) from embarrassing (disreputable; scandalous; disgraceful) situations, in which they are often involved.

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3. And, they call (address; pronounce; proclaim) each other “Holy Holy Holy – Almighty-Lords” . The Mormon world (realm; kingdom) is filled with their glory! At the sound of their voices the

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The “doorposts” (men who guard access to Mormon positions of power) make sure that none of Israel’s people get beyond them!

doorposts (gatekeepers; men who guard access to Mormon positions of power) at Mormon church headquarters in Salt Lake City begin to shake (tremble involuntarily, typically as a result of anxiety) and the temple (C.O.B. – “Church-Office-Building”; a building housing the offices of gods, idols or other men of religious reverence) is filled with e to the Mormon Church).
FYI: the “altar” (“Mormonism’s golden opportunity-for-complete self-sacrifice” to the Church and its Melchizedek Priesthood Organization) is a symbol. It is a symbol of “setting-oneself-apart”, one’s time, talents, and everything with which the Lord has blessed someone, or with which God may bless someone, to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, for the building up of the Church (Melchizedek Priesthood Organization) on the earth and for the   establishment of Mormonism’s conception (version; brand)  of “Zion”.    It should be noted here, that contrary to contemporary religious thinking and doctrine, people are not permitted to consecrate themselves. They are not permitted to “set-themselves-apart” or declare themselves “holy” in the God’s Service.  They may wish to commit themselves in “Service to God”, but “consecrating”, “ordaining” and “setting-some-apart” in service to deity are  “Acts-of-God” and each of them is God’s prerogative (entitlement), not man’s.

 

 

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