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Malachi 3:10
10 Bring the whole tithe into the storehouse, that there may be food in my house. Test me in this," says the Lord Almighty, "and see if I will not throw open the floodgates of heaven and pour out so much blessing that there will not be room enough to store it.

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Did you know? You may have heard people saying “hallelujah”, yet nowhere in the source for the Bible is it written like that?

Hal·lū·yāh appears 24 times in the Hebrew Bible Mainly in the book of Psalms, e.g. 111–117, 145–150. The Hebrew word הללו hllu http://biblehub.com/hebrew/hallu_1984.htm is combined with יה yah to get hal·lū·yāh and even hal·lu·hu in http://biblehub.com/lexicon/psalms/150-1.htm it is actually two words combined


So it is hal·lū·yāh and even hal·lu·hu But all our Bibles change it to hallelujah?


Again, Ἁλληλουϊά (Alleluia) appears four times in Greek transliteration in Book of Revelation.

Place this Greek word Ἁλληλουϊά appearing in Greek manuscripts transliterated as Allilouïá Phonetic Spelling: (al-lay-loo'-ee-ah) in Google translate https://www.google.com/search?q=google+translate&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b&gfe_rd=cr&ei=GxgkWb2sI9TU8Ae5s4-wAw and we get Alleluia.


So it is Alleluia But all our Bibles change it to hallelujah


Similarly even the name of the Messiah had been altered to “Jesus” and made God, when he worshiped God and taught us to worship God.


Why?



God gives “The Judgment” on those who took other gods instead of God, as He removed His name from their mouth, heart and mind for transgressions.

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Jeremiah 44:25 thus says the LORD of hosts, the God of Israel, as follows: 'As for you and your wives, you have spoken with your mouths and fulfilled it with your hands, saying, "We will certainly perform our vows that we have vowed, to burn sacrifices to the queen of heaven and pour out drink offerings to her." Go ahead and confirm your vows, and certainly perform your vows!' 26 "Nevertheless hear the word of the LORD, all Judah who are living in the land of Egypt, 'Behold, I have sworn by My great name,' says the LORD, never shall My name be invoked again by the mouth of any man of Judah in all the land of Egypt, saying, "As the Lord GOD lives." 27 'Behold, I am watching over them for harm and not for good, and all the men of Judah who are in the land of Egypt will meet their end by the sword and by famine until they are completely gone.



Thus, When we live in a world of deception and lies, even our Holy books have been altered and published to deceive the believers.


**Weaned from feeding on husks and ashes**

(J. C. Philpot, "Zion's Blessings" 1843)

"I will satisfy her poor with bread." Psalm 132:15

The Lord has given a special promise to Zion's
poor—"I will satisfy her poor with bread."

Nothing else? Bread? Is that all?

Yes! That is all God has promised—bread,
the staff of life.

But what does He mean by "bread"?

The Lord Himself explains what bread is. He says,
"I am the Bread of life. He who comes to Me will
never go hungry, and he who believes in Me will
never be thirsty. I am the living Bread who came
down from heaven. If anyone eats of this bread,
he will live forever." John 6:35,51

The bread, then, that God gives to Zion's poor is
His own dear Son—fed upon by living faith, under
the special operations of the Holy Spirit in the heart.

"I will satisfy her poor with bread." Psalm 132:15

But must not we have an appetite before we can
feed upon bread? The rich man who feasts continually
upon juicy meat and savory sauces, would not live upon
bread. To come down to live on such simple food as bread
—why, one must be really hungry to be satisfied with that.

So it is spiritually. A man fed upon 'mere notions' and a
number of 'speculative doctrines' cannot descend to the
simplicity of the gospel. To feed upon a crucified Christ,
a bleeding Jesus!—he is not sufficiently brought down to
the starving point, to relish such spiritual food as this!

Before, then, he can feed upon this Bread of life he must
be made spiritually poor. And when he is brought to be
nothing but a mass of wretchedness, filth, guilt, and misery
—when he feels his soul sinking under the wrath of God,
and has scarcely a hope to buoy up his poor tottering heart
—when he finds the world embittered to him, and he has no
one object from which he can reap any abiding consolation
—then the Lord is pleased to open up in his conscience,
and bring the sweet savor of the love of His dear Son
into his heart—and he begins to taste gospel bread.

Being weaned from feeding on husks and ashes, and
sick "of the vines of Sodom and the fields of Gomorrah,"
and being brought to relish simple gospel food, he begins
to taste a sweetness in 'Christ crucified' which he never
could know—until he was made experimentally poor.

The Lord has promised to satisfy such.

"I will satisfy her poor with bread." Psalm 132:15

~~~<<<<<<<<~~~~<


Blessed are the poor in spirit

"Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the
kingdom of heaven." Matthew 5:3

"Blessed are the poor in spirit;" that is—the broken and
humble in heart, who has no high thoughts or conceits of
himself—but is lowly in his own eyes, like a young child.

"Blessed are the poor in spirit;" that is—he who has no lofty
or puffed up spirit. The poor in spirit are those who are lowly,
being truly conscious of their own unworthiness. None are
poor in spirit—but the humble.

"Blessed are the poor in spirit;" that is—blessed are those
whose spirits are brought into such a humble gracious
frame, as willingly, quietly, and contentedly to lie down
in a poor low condition—when it is the pleasure of the
Lord to bring them into such a condition.

"Blessed are the poor in spirit;" that is—blessed are those
who are truly and sincerely sensible of their spiritual
needs, poverty, and misery. They see an utter inability
and insufficiency in themselves, and in all other creatures
—to deliver them out of their sinful and miserable estate.
They see nothing in themselves upon which they dare
venture their everlasting estates—and therefore fly to the
free, rich, sovereign, and glorious grace of God in Christ,
as to their sure and only sanctuary!

They see their need of God's free grace to pardon them.

They see their need of Christ's righteousness to clothe them.

They see their need of the Spirit of Christ to purge, change,
and sanctify them.

They see their need of more heavenly wisdom to counsel them.

They see their need of more . . .
of the power of God—to support them,
of the goodness of God—to supply them,
of the mercy of God—to comfort them,
of the presence of God—to refresh them,
of the patience of God—to bear with them, etc.

They see their need of greater measures of faith
—to conquer their fears.

They see their need of greater measures of wisdom—
to walk holily, harmlessly, blamelessly, and exemplary
in the midst of temptations, snares, and dangers.

They see their need of greater measures of patience
—to bear their burdens without fretting or fainting.

They see their need of greater measures of zeal
and courage—to bear up bravely against all sorts
of opposition, both from within and from without.

They see their need of greater measures of love
—to cleave to the Lamb, and to follow the Lamb
wherever He goes.

They see their need of living in a continual dependence
upon God and Christ—for fresh influences, incomes, and
supplies of grace, of comfort, of strength—by which they
may be enabled . . .
to live for God,
to walk with God,
to glorify God,
to bring forth fruit to God,
to withstand all temptations which
tend to lead the heart away from God.

"Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the
kingdom of heaven." Matthew 5:3

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May His peace establish our hearts and mind in Christ Jesus, amen. Gm
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