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Onse Heilige Vader in die hemel hoog, vanmôre kom ek op my kniee en wil U prys dat U inbeheer is. Vandag vier ek U seën in my lewe! Dankie vir die wonderlike familie en vriende waarmee U my elke dag seën. Dankie vir ons gesondheid wat ons elke dag kan geniet. Dankie vir ‘n omgee en waardeur mekaar familie en vriendekring. Here, dankie vir al vyf geslagte wat nog lewe, dat U ons elke dag behoed en bewaar! In Lukas 12:7 sê U:- “Selfs die hare op ons koppe is getel. Moenie bang wees nie!”

Vader, maak ons vandag rustig dat ons U stem kan hoor en nie die mense se praatjies oor ander mense nie. U sê in U woord (Jakobus 3:8) “maar geen mens kan die tong tem nie.” Help ons om neerhalende mense te vermy en kleinlikheid te bestry! Ons het almal die deurdringende pyn van ander se venynige woorde al beleef. Laat ons nie sal toelaat dat ander mense se beperkte sienswyse van wie ons is, ons menswees sal definieer nie. U woord sê in (1 Petrus 2:1) “Hou dan op met elke vorm van kwaad, met alle bedrog, huigelary, jaloesie en kwaadpratery.” Here leer ons dat vrede werd is om gekoop te word, sit ‘n wag voor ons monde! In Jakobus 2:20 sê U “Geloof sonder dade is nutteloos....” Maak ons geduldig met ander dat ons nie sal kwaad word nie. Leer ons om twee keer te luister en dan nog te sê, vertel my meer voor ons eenkeer praat. In (Jakobus 1:19) sê Uself vir ons: “Elke mens moet maar te gewillig wees om te luister, nie te gou praat nie en nie te gou kwaad word nie.” Leer ons dat stilte die grootste kunsvorm is van gesprekvoering. Help ons om nie kwaad met kwaad te vergeld nie soos U woord sê in (1 Tes. 5:15) en dat daar tye is wanneer stilte die hardste praat! Help ons, wanneer hierdie seermaakwoorde ons harte deurdring, dat ons sal vryspreek en vergewe want, so maak U ons vry en gee ons die vrede wat sielerus bring.

Here help ons om elke dag U volle wapenrusting aan te trek soos in Efesiërs 6:13. Die waarheid as gordel, U vryspraak as borsharnas, skoene aan ons voete om U evangelie van vrede te verkondig. En om ons skild op te neem want, met die skild in ons hand kan ons elke dag die bose se brandpyle afweer! Laat ons elke dag sal onthou, dat daar staan geskrywe in (Efesiërs 6:12) ons stryd is nie teen vlees en bloed nie, maar teen die bose geeste in die lug.

Here, ek vra hierdie in die Naam van die Vader, Die Seun en die Heilige Gees dat ons in vrede met mekaar sal lewe. Dat ons mekaar sal seën en nie vervloek nie!

Sharlom
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23 Aug 2011



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Ek wil dit graag baie duidelik stel dat ek die stuk wat ek "Afsluiting van gebed" noem as onderwerp, in die pdf boekie gekry het, genaamd : THE PATH TO LIFE: UNDERSTANDING THE 18 GREATEST MISTAKES IN NEW TESTAMENT INTERPRETATION
By Andrew Gabriel Roth
http://aramaicnttruth.org/downloads/ThePathtoLife.pdf
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Afsluiting van gebed
One Torah concept that is not well understood is the concept of the power of the promise.
Put simply, Elohim gives or changes someone's name, and the new meaning that is given to it points to a promise that He will fulfill. The best example of this is the patriarch Abraham: Abram threw himself on his face and Elohim spoke to him further, "As for Me, this is My covenant with you: You shall be the father of a multitude of nations, and you shall no longer be called Abram, but your name shall be Abraham." Genesis 17:3-6 Abram is Hebrew for "exalted father". However, Abraham translates to "father of many nations", which is exactly what Elohim promises. A short time later, after Abraham almost sacrifices his son Isaac, he is told: All nations of the earth shall bless themselves by your descendants. Genesis 22:18 Did you catch that? The world shall bless itself through Abraham's seed. Now let us see how this principle manifests itself elsewhere in Tanakh: "Jehosophat stood in the congregation of Judah and Jerusalem in the House of YHWH at the front of the new court. He said, YHWH Elohim of our fathers, truly You are the Elohim in heaven and You rule over the kingdoms of the nations; none can oppose You. O our Elohim, you dispossessed the inhabitants of this land before Your people Israel, and You gave it to the descendants of Your friend Abraham forever. They settled in it and built a House for Your name. They said, Should misfortune befall us--the punishing sword, pestilence or famine, we shall stand before this House and before You--for Your name is in this House--and we shall cry out to You in distress and You will listen and deliver us.'"
2 Chronicles 20:5-9 There can be no better or more sacred context for this. Jehosophat addressed Elohim directly in His House and then invoked the name of Abraham to access the power of Elohim's promise to the patriarch. In Orthodox liturgy, this is called Yitzkar, or "Yah remembers". It is done on Judaism's holiest day, Yom Kippur, when the faithful pray that Elohim will remember their loved ones who have passed on because of the covenant with Abraham and his seed. This is not, as I hope is quite obvious, the same thing as someone invoking the name of a man as if he were Elohim. Rather, it is an affirmation of Elohim that says:
1) I heard Your words.
2) I understood Your promise.
3) I understood how and by whom You will carry out that promise.
4) I am grateful that You have done this for us, Your people Israel.
5) And now I pray IN YOUR NAME, and access the power of that promise by invoking the Name that You gave to the receiver of that promise.

Put simply, it does not get any more Jewish than that. You pray only in the name of YHWH, but you ask in the name of the receiver of the promise.
In Aramaic, the words pray and ask are not as nearly interchangeable as they appear to be in English. They are two distinct words derived from completely different roots. As such, it is very easy to tell the difference between them. That clear delineation is also why, when you go through the entire Peshitta New Testament, we always see Messiah Yeshua or Paul addressing their prayers to MarYah (ayrm), which literally means Master YHWH. In fact, the Aramaic Tanakh has MarYah stand in place of YHWH almost 7000 times, so there can be little doubt of its meaning. Conversely, if anyone wanted to pray in the name of the man, they would have used the phrase "Our Master"-- Maran (Nrm). However, just like with Abraham, they can access the power of the promise of Elohim with Maran. From there, two questions emerge: How did this happen, and is it really in harmony with Tanakh? The answers to both are startling. What has happened, and what is very little understood, is that the name Y'shua itself is empowered by YHWH, and by that empowerment, the greatest promise of all is within it. Put simply, we have name and Name here too. The mortal, and common name, of a man is Y'shua, a form of "Joshua" in English. There may be millions of Y'shua-Joshuas in the world right now and for them it is just a name. It has no power and no divine promise within it. However, the Name Y'shua was set apart by YHWH for Messiah to use as a way to take his unique mantle on. The reason is simple:
Y'shua means "Yah is salvation" in Hebrew. Therefore, to call upon Y'shua is to call upon Yah to save you if you pray with the right intent.

The fact is, we cannot put a pagan name on Almighty Elohim. The way Exodus 20:7 reads in Hebrew, the word for taking the Name in "vain"--shav-- really means "to make desolate". How is this done? By taking the name of a pagan deity and applying it to YHWH. For example, one of those pagan gods was named Zeus and the names used to honor him, "Kurios" and "Theos", are exactly the same ones applied to YHWH in the Greek New Testament! To use a name for Zeus and apply it YHWH then renders the power of YHWH's promises as shav, literally giving His glory to another (Isaiah 42:8). If it is true for the Father, why then should the world think the principle is somehow abrogated for the Son? Furthermore, that is why Philippians 2:9-11 says: "Therefore Elohim exalted him to the highest place and gave him the name that is above every name, and that at the name of Y'shua every knee should bow in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Y'shua is YHWH, to the glory of the Father."
Here is the promised passage though that really breaks the truth wide open on to the stage of ideas:

I will remain in the world no longer, but they are still in the world, and I am coming to you. Holy Father, protect them by the power of Your Name--the same name you gave me--so that they may be one as we are one. [John 17:11]
How about that? Even the Greek New Testament reads this way, proclaiming that the "name of Y'shua" is really that of YHWH. Therefore, every time we lift up our voices to Y'shua, we are really proclaiming praise to the one and only YHWH, literally, to the glory of the Father. Furthermore, since there is only one name for the one Elohim, those who call on the true name of YHWH become one with Y'shua, which then makes them one with YHWH. http://aramaicnttruth.org/downloads/ThePathtoLife.pdf
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