Reading Isaiah’s Mind – Chapter 6 – verses 1-6

Isaiah’s Commission

1. Because Salt Lake’s General Priesthood Authorities spend a lot of their time napping (oblivious to what’s going on; dozing;  nodding-off; “asleep at the wheel”; catnapping; making z-z-z-z’s),  their life (viability;Image result for Hem of His garment animation; existence) of shameless (brazen; “in-your-face”; outrageous)  “Rule” (domination; reign)  has gradually become “completely-dysfunctional  (decayed; defective; “kaput”; broken; inoperative). Then, one day, the strength and power of God illuminated (lit-up; enlightened) my mind.     I saw the-Lord (Jehovah) sitting high and exalted upon His throne but his “Hem” * (fringe; “representation of royal-status”) was filling (crowding into; occupying; invading; overrunning),  having-in-mind, (namely; specifically) the temple (House of God; dynasty of God; line of hereditary-rulers). 

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* Hem – Contrary to popular belief, the woman with the “issue of blood” did not touch “the hem of Yeshua’s garment” (Matthew 9:20, Mark 5:25, Luke 8:43, Luke 8:44). She touched the tzitzit – braids or tassels – of Yeshua’s tallit (prayer shawl).In ancient Israel, men wore four-cornered outer tunics with these tassels, or tzitziyot, tied to the four corners. This outer garment became known as a tallit, and eventually evolved into the more formal prayer shawl. But, why tassels? These tassels were to remind each Jewish man of his responsibility to fulfill God’s commandments. In fact, these tassels are tied into 613 knots to constantly remind them of the 613 laws of Moses, of which there are 365 prohibitions (The “thou shalt not” laws), and 248 affirmations (the “thou shall” laws). The knots also correspond with the ineffable name of God, the unspoken yod-hey-vav-hey, Yahweh.Because they were hanging on the four corners of your garment, in full view of everyone including yourself, they would be a constant reminder to walk according to God’s Laws. The Hebrew word we translate as Law, is halacha, and it literally means “walk.” You see, following God’s law is a daily walk, and to stay on His path of righteousness, we all need constant reminding.Wearing these tassels would be comparable to us wearing a large Bible on a rope around our necks. How would we behave in public, how would we speak to others, where would be go? God intended them to be a constant reminder of His Word when he told the Israelites to wear
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The fringe and the tassels represent: a reminder to walk according to God’s Laws.
these fringes. Today, because Jewish people wear western clothes, they keep this law by wearing a four-cornered garment as an undershirt. Yet, they bring the tassels out over their belt so that they can be seen. We also find the tzitziyot on the corners of the beautiful prayer shawls worn by Jewish men as an outer garment when they pray. I always like to see the men in my neighborhood in Jerusalem coming home from synagogue every Friday night and Saturday morning with their flowing prayer shawls draped over their shoulders. When deep in prayer, Jewish men will put these prayer shawls over their heads to shut out the world and be in the presence of God. This can be seen in the synagogue or at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. The prayer shawls are white, representing the heavens, or the dwelling place of the Lord. And, the color blue represents the Ruach HaKodesh, or Holy Spirit of God. Therefore, praying under the tallit, or prayer shawl, is covering yourself with the presence of God. From biblical times, this custom was like a prayer closet, and it is likely this is what Yeshua was referring to in Matthew 6:6, when He told us to get into our closet, apart from the people around, and pray in secret to the Lord. This tallit was the mantle worn by Samuel (I Sam. 15:27), and it was Elijah’s mantle that was conferred upon Elisha (I Kgs. 19:19). It was also worn by Yeshua, and the “hem of the garment” that was touched by the woman with the issue of blood was actually the tzitziyot or tassels of His tallit. Even in His glorious Second Coming, Yeshua will be wearing His tallit. In Revelation 19:11-16, John gives us a description: “I saw heaven standing open and there before me was a white horse, whose rider is Faithful and True, … He has a name written on Him that no one but He Himself knows. He is clothed in a garment dipped in blood: and His Name is The Word of God… On His garment and on His thigh He has a name written: King of Kings, and Lord of Lords” (Rev. 19:11-13,16). J. R. Church suggests that the vesture is the tallit of Yeshua with His titles written upon it and on His thighs. Where do the tzitziyot fall, but on one’s thigh?

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* tzitziyot  (tassels) The religious significance of Jewish tallit lies not in itself, but in the specifically-detailed fringes, or tzitzit, that are tied to each corner based on a passage in the Torah (Numbers 15:37-41) instructing wearers of “four-cornered garments” to do so in order to remember God’s commandments. 

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2. To manage the mundane (temporal; day to day; ordinary; commonplace) affairs of Mormon members throughout the world, Seraphim (“Nephilim”, i.e descendants of “Watchers; “Fallen-Ones”; “Fallen-Men”; a species-of-venomous-serpents ) are appointed by Salt Lake’s General Authorities as ministering High-Priests (Bishops; Stake Presidents; regional and local priesthood authorities).   Every single-one of these men exclusively represents (acts and speaks) solely (to the exclusion of everyone and everything else) on behalf of Salt Lake’s First Presidency and Twelve Apostles” in committingRelated image “Treason” (faithlessness; treachery; disloyalty; falseness; bearing-false-witness; a “breach-of-allegiance”) against Jehovah.   They are seeking to convert (change the nature of; mutate) Israel’s people (rank and file Mormons) to Salt Lake’s Melchizedek “way-of-life” (“worshipping”; “thinking” and “behaving”. The “Whiteness” (appearance of holiness; “air” of holiness; “pretense-of-virtue”) associated with Mormonism’s Melchizedek High-Priests (prophets and apostles) serves the purpose of preserving  (maintaining) and protecting (fortifying; securing strengthening; defending) the public-image (window-dressing; facade; disguise; acting-craft; performance; “role”; portrayal; representation; character) of each-High-priest as part of Salt Lake’s well-organized program (system; methodology; strategy; scheme) to totally supplant (supersede and replace; take the place of) Israel’s people.  With two of their six (“whitish”; gossamer; gauzy; delicate; pearly) wings (projections; presentationsImage result for six winged angels of an image) they hide (cover) their intentions and purposes and with two other wings (projections; presentations of an image) they cover (hide; keep-secret; conceal) their feet (steps; actions; moves; measures; maneuvers; deeds) and with two more of their wings (projections; presentations of an image) they fly-away (vanish-quickly; disappear), when they do not want to be seen.

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3. Each one proclaims concerning the others, saying, “Holy-one (latter-day saint)“…“Holy-one (latter-dayImage result for toasting someone clipart saint)“…“Holy-one (latter-day saint)” of the Lord of Hosts”.  Our Salt Lake glory (renown; fame; prestige) is an overwhelming presence throughout the whole Mormon Kingdom.

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4. The doorposts (stability; faithfulness; fidelity; uprightness; integrity; truth, itself) of Israel’s HouseImage result for smoke pouring out of the windows of a house clipart and its thresholds (entrances; doorways) shake (tremble; cringe; shudder) at the sound (static; noise; tone) of Salt Lake’s “Chosen-Ones” (prophets and apostles) for Salt Lake’s House (dynasty; line of hereditary rulers) billows with smoke (God’s-anger).

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5. So,  I cried, Woe unto me because my generation is silenced (undone; prohibited and  prevented from Image result for god on his throne in heavenspeaking)  by Salt Lake Headquarters and I have emerged (appeared; materialized) from  the midst of an unclean congregation (fellowship; fold). I have withstood (born; submitted-to; put-up-with) that situation by, keeping-in-mind (recalling; thinking-about) , the monarchy (reign) of the Lord of Hosts, that was clearly envisioned in my mind.

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6. Then one from among the seraphs rushed (sought; tried; endeavored) to obtain (have; marry court) me, and   he took (gained ownership of) a-live-coal (a dying-ember; a smoldering remains of a fire ) chosen as his sacrifice, thru plying (pursuing; importuning; wooing; currying-favor; courting)

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