SHALOM Brethren in YAHUSHUA HA MASHIACH [a.k.a JESUS CHRIST; Not Yeshua! ; Not YeshaYAHU!!!], the following would have been shared yesterday, Tuesday 7th March 2023 however it ended up not being possible. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused to you as a result of sharing late.
AUDIO Recording 131 PT1 [ADAR 13-14] FULL MOON Tm; Esther 9; JOY; Psalm 30; Read Bk of Esther All Night…
AUDIO Recording 132PT2 -ADAR 14 PURIMLOTS Bk Of Esther EVENTS TIMELINE n Prophetic Parall [Tues 7-3-2023]
AUDIO Recording 133PT3 -ADAR 14 PURIM EVENTS TIMELINE n Prophetic Parallels Ctd… [Tues 7-3-23]
AUDIO Recording 134: PT4 ADAR 15 SHUSHAN PURIM : The Amalekites; YAHUVEH NISSI/BANNER; Songs; etc [8-3-23]
Originally the Fast was observed by Esther and the entire people of Israel on the 14th, 15th and 16th of Nisan, immediately after Mordechai was informed of Haman’s decree and of the letter of annihilation which Haman wrote on the 13th of Nisan.
Every adult is required to send on the day of Purim at least two ready to eat food items to at least one friend. This is called Mishloach Manot, (some refer to it as Shalach Manot or Shalach Manos). Even one who is so poor that he is supported from public funds must fulfill the mitzvah in the minimum manner. Of course, those who send Mishloach Manot to more than one person are praiseworthy. Also one who is ill and in a hospital during Purim must fulfill this mitzvah, even if he only exchanges the food with another Jewish patient. It should not be limited to Jews only though. It’s important to reach out to anybody as led by YAH SHADDAI.
According to Exodus 17:8–13, following the Israelites’ escape from Egypt they camped in Rephidim.
The battle began with the Amalekites’ unprovoked attack against the Israelites (Exodus 17:8). Afterwards, Yahweh announced the extermination of the Amalekites and called on Israel to defeat them, stating that Israel would experience peace with their enemies (Exodus 17:14, Deuteronomy 25:19). This was the first of several conflicts over several hundred years between the Amalekites and Israelites.
Moses urged the faithful to fight and placed his people under the leadership of Joshua. The words, “that will hold up the rod of God,” could be an expression of his beliefs about impending victory in the coming battle, since they fought under the banner of God.
Moses watched from above. When he held his hands up, Israel gained the military advantage. Whenever he put his hands down, according to the Biblical account, they began to lose. The Bible describes how when Moses became tired, his closest relatives, Hur and Aaron, held up his hands for support (Exodus 17:12). The battle lasted until the evening, ending in victory for the Israelites.
The Book of Exodus mentions the curse-punishment thrown at enemies of the chosen people, the children of Israel. The Amalekites were to be erased from history. Curses with similar overtones are also recorded in the Book of Jeremiah (Jer 2:3). After the success of the Israeli military, it erected an altar – Yahweh-Nissi (Heb. יְהוָה נִסִּי) – denoting “The Lord is my banner.” The name refers to the sticks held by Moses.
Midrashic (Jewish Legend) sources provide other, finer details of the prelude to the battle and the battle itself. The Amalekites, who were fair skinned, colored their faces with soot and donned Canaanite armor to disguise themselves in order to disrupt the prayers of the Israelites, who would pray to be rescued from their (nonexistent) Canaanite attackers. They pursued the stragglers of the Israelite’s Horde and sodomized, castrated, and killed them, flinging their penises into the camp of the Israelites as a derision of their circumcision.
Eventually, they ran out of stragglers to kill, and began to harass the Israelites within the encampment, using arrows, stones and javelins, which were ineffective, as they could not penetrate the Clouds of Glory about the camp. It was prophetically revealed to Moses that the attackers were Amalekites, not Canaanites, and thus he ordered Joshua to deal with them militarily.
The following is good and appropriate to share today:
SHALOM and CHAG PURIM SAMEACH!