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The Doctrine of the Open Door, The final of the open door of disaster.

Sunday, November 7, 2010

Point 10.
The Mechanics of the Open Doors.

That is the Open Doors that God provides in times of disaster.

Any effort that has self-glorification as its final endpoint is bound to end in disaster.

Psa 119 is an acrostic Psalm which by definition is a thesis, usually a poem, in which the first letter of each line spells out a hidden word or message.

In Psalm 119, all 22 stanzas, each numbering 8 verses each are made up of the Hebrew alphabetical verses in their proper sequence.

The aleph file then means that the first word in each verse must begin with the first letter of the Hebrew alphabet which is “A” or aleph

The first word is the sentence is Ashreey
which is translated "Blessed" and notice it begins with the letter aleph

Here is an “open door” or as 1CO 10:13, “the way of escape also, that you may be able to endure it.” which is, as this verse says, “walk in the law of the Lord.”

The first word is the sentence is Ashreey
which is translated “Blessed” and notice it begins with the letter aleph

The first word is the sentence is ‘Ap which is translated “Also” and notice it begins with the letter aleph.

The first word is the sentence is ‘Ataah
which is translated “Thou” and notice it begins with the letter aleph.

The first word is the sentence is ‘Ach-lay which is translated “Oh that” it begins with the letter aleph.

The first word is the sentence is ‘Aaz which is translated “Then” also beginning with the letter aleph.

The first word is avdk which is translated “I shall,” it begins with the letter aleph.

The first word in this sentence is the word ayth a phonetic sound which is untranslatable, it’s almost like a sigh meaning as we would say in the English language Ahhh... = “Oh your statues.”

Every verse talks about the means of true prosperity which is perception, metabolization or application of the word of God.

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