Grace Bible Church
Pastor Teacher
Robert R. McLaughlin
Friday, August 14, 2015

The 19th letter of the Hebrew Alphabet which is the Qoph file -  q = back of the head and it represents the subconscious and the memories.

The subconscious has information existing in the mind which is not immediately available to the consciousness.

Kudalini referring to the last wall being torn down, the last veil torn away, the last spot of darkness removed.

The ax has always been regarded as a divine tool because the ax is used for splitting = releases energy which lies in the new man or
the new spiritual species to handle the negative energy found in the subconscious.

He remembers the grace of God. He remembers the faithfulness of God.

God’s Grace is hard enough to understand, I can't even imagine the “wrath of God.”

Linguistic rule in the Hebrew language not only does the first letter of the verse denotes something but the meaning of the first word in the sentence reveals the emphasis found in the verse.

This falls under the theological principle of what is called "The First Mention Principle."

Qal perfect of  Qara   yt!arò`q* ‎ = the first word being emphasized in the Hebrew  dealing with the subconscious and it means to cry out, to shout out.

It refers to being in a helpless situation or a total disaster and to cry out for help while you also deal with many negative thoughts that
have been living in your subconscious.

Not his eyes, not his mouth, but his heart.

The subconscious gathers together guilt, fear, worry, insecurity...and many of the mistakes we've made in the past.

You may have consciously been able to cope with the difficult problems of life but the Qoph file tells us that doctrine can handle also the subconscious.

HEB 9:14  how much more will the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered Himself without blemish to God, cleanse your conscience from dead works to serve the living God?

The main verb  ar*q* ‎qara' (kaw-raw'); to call out; to invite; to request with a positive attitude.

ECC 3:4 "There is a time to weep and a time to dance."

David was deeply moved when he heard about the death of his son Absalom, 2SA 18:33, "And the king was deeply moved and went up to the chamber over the gate and wept.

In JOH 11:33‑35, we read Jesus wept. because of loved one dying, namely Lazarus,   Good weeping can occur as an expression of sadness regarding those who are negative toward Bible doctrine, PHI 3:18-19.

There is the weeping of appreciation for restored fellowship, PSA 30:5b Weeping may endure for a night, but happiness comes in the morning; the joy of the lord is your strength."

Tears were also a memorial to the grace of God, PSA 56:8 "You have into taken account of my [David] wanderings; you have put my tears in your bottle; and they are now in your book."

Our Lord wept out of patriotism in LUK 19:41, because of the coming destruction of Jerusalem.

HEB 5:7 In the days of his flesh, he offered up both prayers and supplications with loud crying and tears to the one able to save him from death, and he was heard because of his piety.

MAT 5:28  but I say to you, that everyone who looks on a woman to lust for her has committed adultery with her already in his heart.

Everyone has a dumping place for things they do not like but don't know whether to throw them away, give them away, how to get rid of them or same them for a rainy day.

When God hears prayer according to His lovingkindness, He overlooks the imperfections Of man.

These are the ones who follow after "wickedness" which is the Hebrew noun zimmah.

There is nothing in your past that in any way hinder your spiritual growth.

No matter what experiences you've had or how you have failed...or how you were caught up in some horrible disastrous thing...nothing from your past should ever hinder you in any way!

Zimmah means sexual abuse WITHOUT the consent of the individual.   In LEV 18:17, zimmah refers to incest.

In Lev19:29 it refers to making your child perform sexual acts.

In JOB 17:11. it means to be torn or ripped apart.

In Eze16:27, it is a conduct that even the wicked are ashamed of.

In EZE 23:21,  It speaks of molesting a child.

In other words zimmah means rape, adultery fornication incest seduction homosexuality Lesbianism bestiality child molesting masturbation voyeurism  etc.

Doctrine removed his scars......even though his body was abused his soul remained unharmed.

He is saying that he has learned God's testimonies in the past and he now realizes that they were given from omniscience or "prolegos - before the moment needed, the word is definitely given."
In JER 13:27,  it speaks of having others treat you like a prostitute.

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