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The Tsidkenu: When the King stepped from his throne and gave away his robes...

I am a published author of the book The Accounts of Benny's Diner and Other Stories, novel of sixteen short stories available on Amazon.

A King lived high and away in a crystal palace alone. His sea made of crystal which sparkled against a cloudless sky, a Kingdom without shadow, and its light beaming from Him alone. His creations soared above Him singing, laughing, and diving into the waters. Sometimes as He walked, crowns would be cast before Him. Often He would stroll about His Kingdom on its streets of gold, looking at its mansions which his people lived in. It had taken centuries for his Kingdom to flourish. When the King from His throne. But His people loved to hear the tale of when The King came down from His Throne to be with His lost and to give them His clothes.

ELOHIM (THE CREATOR)

ELOHIM (THE CREATOR)

ELOHIM (THE CREATOR)

The King was known by many Names. He had no favorite but he favored all. But it troubled Him that His people on his lesser Kingdom found it difficult to find Him. Albeit His home in the lesser Kingdom was a small room, just enough space to move about in, but with little interaction with the outside world. In fact, He was often bored with all the ceremony and facades which His priests brought to His little room. This King wanted to see His lesser Kingdom. Yes, He could use His powers, but walking beside still waters always gave Him a tranquil feeling. But His people seemed beyond His sight. Not even His priest seemed able to grasp Him. And then there was that moment when He went silent for 400 years...

JEHOVA SHAMMAH (THE LORD WHO SEES)

JEHOVA SHAMMAH (THE LORD WHO SEES)

JEHOVA SHAMMAH (THE LORD WHO SEES)

400 years to the King was almost like one day to a thousand years. Sometimes He wondered why time was invented. But with the priest, and their hundreds of laws (most were guidelines) which were to help man only made the world cold and so were man's heart.

JEHOVA JIREH (THE LORD WHO PROVIDES)

JEHOVA JIREH (THE LORD WHO PROVIDES)

JEHOVA JIREH (THE LORD WHO PROVIDES)

The King wanted to leave the room. So He did. Right out the room, and ripping the veil between Him and His people. From top to bottom! The first thing the King did was remove his clothing and don the apparel of his subjects. But He couldn't hide His character, nor his love, nor even His authority. When he felt in danger He would simply walk through the crowd. When He felt the hunger of His people, He'd offer to the Heavens prayer and thanks... Food would come. Food always would.

JEHOVA NISSI (THE LORD IS MY BANNER)

JEHOVA NISSI (THE LORD IS MY BANNER)

JEHOVA NISSI (THE LORD IS MY BANNER)

He touched lepers. He sat with drunkards. He enjoyed the small miracles of life. He was life. To those who knew Him, never before nor after would there be another. Even when He was offered to die on a tree. Even then did He smile. Even then did still forgive. And when He rose again, it was evident why He came. It made sense about His powers, His love, and His purpose. And then He began to clothe His followers with His own Kingly skins... And when He did, it changed His followers from the inside out.

JEHOVA TSIDKENU (THE LORD OF OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS)

JEHOVA TSIDKENU (THE LORD OF OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS)

JEHOVA TSIDKENU (THE LORD OF OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS)

This same King reigns in Christian hearts world wide. They too remove their robes to cloth others. And those blossom, and some in their own time flourish. And some don't. And the whole time, this King can perceive every heart where it rests. A King with a compassion for fallen, sighing, crying, dying humanity. A King who rejoiced in coming to His lower Kingdom to crown others. To restore. To breath life into. To speak over in love. And to this day, this King silently watches, moving about His citizens hidden and veiled in love. A King, the same yesterday, today, and forever. Just waiting to be found.

JEHOVA SABAOTH (THE LORD OF HOSTS)

JEHOVA SABAOTH (THE LORD OF HOSTS)

JEHOVA SABAOTH (THE LORD OF HOSTS)

KANNA (THE LORD IS A JEALOUS GOD)

KANNA (THE LORD IS A JEALOUS GOD)

KANNA (THE LORD IS A JEALOUS GOD)

Meaning and Derivation: Jehovah is translated as "The Existing One" or "Lord." The chief meaning of Jehovah is derived from the Hebrew word Havah meaning "to be" or "to exist." It also suggests "to become" or specifically "to become known" - this denotes a God who reveals Himself unceasingly.

Jehovah Tsidkenu - The Lord Our Righteous. - My Bible

Creflo Dollar on The Righteousness of God

A prayer in agreement with all readers.

"Again, truly I tell you that if two of you on earth agree about anything they ask for, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. Matthew 18:19.

Prayer request: We touch and agree for the readers of this page find revelation knowledge in God as our Righteousness.


And lastly if you died today are you without a doubt prepared to meet Jesus to live in eternity with Him? Or do you sense or fear meeting your creator? Jesus died on the cross for your sin. His Blood covered the sin which kept mankind from our Creator in Heaven Father God. Do not take this moment for granted. He died for you.



Comments

David Frank Lopez (author) on February 20, 2019:

If you have a need, call upon Jesus. He will prove Himself if you test Him. Jeremiah 33:3 says

Call to me and I will answer you and tell you great and unsearchable things you do not know.'

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