Tuesday, May 10, 2016

The Divine Amen, Part 1-2-3

I have taught on this before, the word amen. When we read in the KJV bible, Verily, verily, it literally means, amen, amen. Read some of the Gospel of John, for in that Gospel we see verily,verily the most. And say amen , amen, its odd, the way it reads when you do this, and it seems in some places, in many verses, in one chapter, amen, amen. I did another teaching called the divine amen, I will paste that old teaching in this message.



There are three parts to the insight on the Divine amen, I will put them all in this one post.



2Co 1:20 For all the promises of God in him are yea, and in him Amen, unto the glory of God by us.






The Divine Amen PT 1;






2Ch 20:20 And they rose earlyH7925 in the morning,H1242 and went forthH3318 into the wildernessH4057 of Tekoa:H8620 and as they went forth,H3318 JehoshaphatH3092 stoodH5975 and said,H559 HearH8085 me, O Judah,H3063 and ye inhabitantsH3427 of Jerusalem;H3389 BelieveH539 in the LORDH3068 your God,H430 so shall ye be established;H539 believeH539 his prophets,H5030 so shall ye prosper.H6743






KJV



2Ch 20:20 And they rose early in the morning, and went forth into the wilderness of Tekoa: and as they went forth, Jehoshaphat stood and said, Hear me, O Judah, and ye inhabitants of Jerusalem; Believe in the LORD your God, so shall ye be established; believe his prophets, so shall ye prosper.






ASV



2Ch 20:20 And they rose early in the morning, and went forth into the wilderness of Tekoa: and as they went forth, Jehoshaphat stood and said, Hear me, O Judah, and ye inhabitants of Jerusalem: believe in Jehovah your God, so shall ye be established; believe his prophets, so shall ye prosper.






2Ch 20:17 Ye shall not need to fight in this battle: set yourselves, stand ye still, and see the salvation of the LORD with you, O Judah and Jerusalem: fear not, nor be dismayed; to morrow go out against them: for the LORD will be with you.



Yes just stand in faith in the divine amen and believe, be established and prosper



Note the same Hebrew word used for believe and established.H539



H539
???
'a^man
BDB Definition:
1) to support, confirm, be faithful
1a) (Qal)
1a1) to support, confirm, be faithful, uphold, nourish
1a1a) foster-father (substantive)
1a1b) foster-mother, nurse
1a1c) pillars, supporters of the door









1b) (Niphal)
1b1) to be established, be faithful, be carried, make firm
1b1a) to be carried by a nurse
1b1b) made firm, sure, lasting
1b1c) confirmed, established, sure
1b1d) verified, confirmed
1b1e) reliable, faithful, trusty
1c) (Hiphil)
1c1) to stand firm, to trust, to be certain, to believe in
1c1a) stand firm
1c1b) trust, believe






H539
???
'a^man
aw-man'
A primitive root; properly to build up or support; to foster as a parent or nurse; figuratively to render (or be) firm or faithful, to trust or believe, to be permanent or quiet; morally to be true or certain; once (in Isa_30:21; by interchange for H541) to go to the right hand: - hence assurance, believe, bring up, establish, + fail, be faithful (of long continuance, steadfast, sure, surely, trusty, verified), nurse, (-ing father), (put), trust, turn to the right.






The word is Amen. Wow. so be it or it is done.



Prosper if we have the divine amen



H6743
??? ???
tsa^lach tsa^le^ach
tsaw-lakh', tsaw-lay'-akh
A primitive root; to push forward, in various senses (literally or figuratively, transitively or intransitively): - break out, come (mightily), go over, be good, be meet, be profitable, (cause to, effect, make to, send) prosper (-ity, -ous, -ously).






Technically the words could read amen(Believe) in the Lord your God so shall ye be amen (established)
Amen(believe)his prophets so you shall prosper



What a divine Hebrew word and meaning hear, believe and be established by God and by His prophets, a word of prophetic encouragement, the bible, a sermon a lit. Prophetic word. Note Belief is required hear and than establishment and prosperity of soul and spirit and in your needs not wants this is not word of faith doctrine, although I am sure they miss use it and love it due to the fact any wherein the esp O.T. they use a concordance and find the word prosperity they fit into their N.T. theology, prosperity was an outward sign of Gods favor, and yes he wants to meet your needs, but in the N.T. as Faith is still a high requirement and command to receiving answers to prayer and needs meet, the true theology in the N.T. OF God with in you not with out you ,the Holy spirit in the O.T. came upon, rested upon men and the temple, in the N.T. we are the temple and the Holy Spirit is INSIDE. so the divine amen is still if not more divine under the N.T. dispensation, what an Amen and an amen so be it, all we need do is believe, have faith in God and the divine amen will do his work . In this portion of scripture they were afraid as they were far out numbered by the enemy, but God said stand still I got this one, you will only need to stand still in faith, believe and watch the salvation of your God.



This can allude to the fact we are not responsible for our salvation, The Holy spirit convicts us and God after we repent saves us it is salvation by grace alone, amen, yes amen what greater divine amen is their but your salvation and eternal life?



Pt 2;



The Divine Amen Pt 2






I start with Myers devotional from yesterday it fits and confirms the word I was led to give, the divine amen and the power of it.



May 10



OUR ASSENT
"Saying, Amen!"-- Rev_7:12.



AMEN MEANS, "So be it--certainly." It is the word constantly translated in the Gospels by "verily." It contains the consent of the heart and the response of the life. Amen means that you appropriate each word that is spoken, that your heart says Yes to it and stamps it with the seal of its consent. Let your life say "Amen" to God, "Amen" to Providence, "Amen" to Redemption, "Amen" to the Song of Heaven.
When tried and perplexed with the troubles and problems of life, turn from these---which make the brain dizzy and the heart sick--and consider the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ--"Our Father"--from whom every ray of love in the universe has emanated; and remember that nothing can be permitted or devised by Him which is not consistent with the gentlest and truest dealings that an earthly father could mete out to his child. So shall you be able to say: "Amen, Lord."



We must not dwell upon the dark and perplexing questions that seethe and boil around us. We must look up to the blue sky of undimmed sunshine, our Father's heart. He must be Love, beyond our deepest, tenderest, highest conceptions of what love is. In His dealings with us, and with all men, love is the essence and law of His nature. In proportion as you humbly believe in the Father, you will be able to say "Yes," which is a true rendering of the Greek word in our version, translated "Even so" (Mat_11:26).



Our Lord was able to say, not only "Even so, Father"; but, "I thank Thee," and there shall come a day when the four-and-twenty elders. representing the redeemed Church, shall see the judgment of her great opponent, and say, "Amen, Hallelujah!" (Rev_19:4). Here we can say "Amen," and not often "Hallelujah"; there the two--the assent and the consent; the acquiescence and the acclaim; the submission to the Will of God, and the triumphant outburst of praise and adoration. Let us anticipate that age when we shall know as we are known; when we shall be perfectly satisfied, perfectly jubilant, perfectly blessed; when every shadow of misunderstanding and misapprehension shall be dispelled, and we shall join in the Hymn of the Redeemed Church: "Great and marvellous are Thy works, O Lord God, the Almighty; righteous and true are Thy ways, Thou King of the Ages."



PRAYER
O God, there are many things we dread, but we are enclosed in Thee; they cannot touch us except by Thy permission, and if Thou dost permit things that seem evil to enter our life, it must be well. Make us believe that all things are working together for good. AMEN.



Now hear is the post the divine mane pt 1 than I will give that wich I have learned and heard in addition to part 1.



The Divine Amen






2Ch 20:20 And they rose earlyH7925 in the morning,H1242 and went forthH3318 into the wildernessH4057 of Tekoa:H8620 and as they went forth,H3318 JehoshaphatH3092 stoodH5975 and said,H559 HearH8085 me, O Judah,H3063 and ye inhabitantsH3427 of Jerusalem;H3389 BelieveH539 in the LORDH3068 your God,H430 so shall ye be established;H539 believeH539 his prophets,H5030 so shall ye prosper.H6743






KJV



2Ch 20:20 And they rose early in the morning, and went forth into the wilderness of Tekoa: and as they went forth, Jehoshaphat stood and said, Hear me, O Judah, and ye inhabitants of Jerusalem; Believe in the LORD your God, so shall ye be established; believe his prophets, so shall ye prosper.






ASV



2Ch 20:20 And they rose early in the morning, and went forth into the wilderness of Tekoa: and as they went forth, Jehoshaphat stood and said, Hear me, O Judah, and ye inhabitants of Jerusalem: believe in Jehovah your God, so shall ye be established; believe his prophets, so shall ye prosper.






2Ch 20:17 Ye shall not need to fight in this battle: set yourselves, stand ye still, and see the salvation of the LORD with you, O Judah and Jerusalem: fear not, nor be dismayed; to morrow go out against them: for the LORD will be with you.



Yes, just stand in faith in the divine amen and believe, be established and prosper



Note the same Hebrew word used for believe and established. H539



H539
???
'a^man
BDB Definition:
1) to support, confirm, be faithful
1a) (Qal)
1a1) to support, confirm, be faithful, uphold, nourish
1a1a) foster-father (substantive)
1a1b) foster-mother, nurse
1a1c) pillars, supporters of the door









1b) (Niphal)
1b1) to be established, be faithful, be carried, make firm
1b1a) to be carried by a nurse
1b1b) made firm, sure, lasting
1b1c) confirmed, established, sure
1b1d) verified, confirmed
1b1e) reliable, faithful, trusty
1c) (Hiphil)
1c1) to stand firm, to trust, to be certain, to believe in
1c1a) stand firm
1c1b) trust, believe






H539
???
'a^man
aw-man'
A primitive root; properly to build up or support; to foster as a parent or nurse; figuratively to render (or be) firm or faithful, to trust or believe, to be permanent or quiet; morally to be true or certain; once (in Isa_30:21; by interchange for H541) to go to the right hand: - hence assurance, believe, bring up, establish, + fail, be faithful (of long continuance, steadfast, sure, surely, trusty, verified), nurse, (-ing father), (put), trust, turn to the right.






The word is Amen. Wow. so be it or it is done.



Prosper if we have the divine amen



H6743
??? ???
tsa^lach tsa^le^ach
tsaw-lakh', tsaw-lay'-akh
A primitive root; to push forward, in various senses (literally or figuratively, transitively or intransitively): - break out, come (mightily), go over, be good, be meet, be profitable, (cause to, effect, make to, send) prosper (-ity, -ous, -ously).






Technically the words could read amen (Believe) in the Lord your God so shall ye be amen (established)
Amen (believe) his prophets so you shall prosper



What a divine Hebrew word and meaning hear, believe and be established by God and by His prophets, a word of prophetic encouragement, the bible, a sermon a lit. Prophetic word.



Note; Belief is required hear and than establishment and prosperity of soul and spirit and in your needs not wants this is not word of faith doctrine, although I am sure they miss use it and love it due to the fact any wherein the O.T. they use a concordance and find the word prosperity they fit into their N.T. theology, prosperity was an outward sign of Gods favor, and yes he wants to meet your needs, but in the N.T. as Faith is still a high requirement and command to receiving answers to prayer and needs meet, the true theology in the N.T. OF God with in you not with out you ,the Holy spirit in the O.T. came upon, rested upon men and the temple, in the N.T. we are the temple and the Holy Spirit is INSIDE.



So, the divine amen is still, if not more, divine under the N.T. dispensation, what an Amen and an amen so be it, all we need do is believe, have faith in God and the divine amen will do his work . In this portion of scripture they were afraid as they were far out numbered by the enemy, but God said stand still I got this one, you will only need to stand still in faith, believe and watch the salvation of your God.



This can allude to the fact we are not responsible for our salvation, The Holy spirit convicts us and God after we repent saves us it is salvation by grace alone, amen, yes amen what greater divine amen is their but your salvation and eternal life?



PT 2



Amen and amen, anyone agree, come on now give me an amen, all right than.



The divine amen, so over looked, so abused, like an abandoned child in a city alley, a back door to an unholy place and why, tradition, deadness and a lack of faith.



Faith is, as part one said, the ultimate meaning, and as Myers devotion said at the top, it seals the deal, stamps heaven’s approval, if it be the lords will, thy will be on earth as it is in heaven, what is the will of heaven, how can we, and when should we say amen?



To know the heavenly will comes from the revelation and illumination of the holy word of God, our bible.



Reader how many times do you say amen? Do you do it so often it becomes mechanical, a response without thought of what you are saying amen to? This teaching shows us amen is not a little word to take lightly, almost all main line denominations say it, unbelievers say it, 12 step groups say it, politicians say it, false prophets and teachers say it, so if everybody’s saying it, and doing it, why shouldn’t I?.



Amen is very close to blessing, very close in relation and used after a blessing. Did you know in the middle east both Muslim and Jew have a profound belief that when they give a blessing to someone, it is so real, so powerful, so official, that they would never bless or say a blessing to one that is not of their faith.



I once read a story, a couple Christian missionaries were taking bibles into the middle east, in Muslim country, they passed a caravan of Muslims on camels, and the Muslims greeting them and said a blessing, very quickly they learned they were Christians and in a panic these Muslims in tears and sorrow, almost anger, came up to the side of the vehicle transporting the missionaries and said ‘we take back our blessing, please we take it back’, on and on they proceeded, why?



To the middle eastern person to bless someone has actual spiritual power, we have heard sermons on the power of saying a blessing on someone, there is some truth to this, Isaac and Jacob, Jacob was the father of the 12 tribes he blessed his 12 sons before his death with a message concerning each, Muslims believe in Father Isaac and Jacob as do the Jews, the Jews were first in this action and it came form Gods chosen people.



To bless someone when they sneeze is far from what is meant hear, it is said, ‘God bless you’, when someone sneezes, this came from an old wife’s tale, but a true fact, when you sneeze your heart skips a beat and so a person says, ‘God bless you’, or ‘bless you’, when sneezing, because they bless hoping you do not die while your heart stops.



The bible meaning of blessing is far deeper, laying on of hands benedictions, blessing, is saying as on earth it is in heaven. The lord blesses the blessing and a blessing results.



This is very serious and as I said, blessings normally end as our prayer does, with an amen. Amen is very deep, that small simple word, so abused it has lost its meaning. In Jesus name amen and amen, this is no small matter. It is powerful, anointed, blessed, and produces a true blessing and a seal on the prayer.



Let us reflect on this small traditional word amen and even use caution when we say it, if you amen a false teaching or give a blessing to an unsaved person you are saying peace, the word says there is no peace to the wicked, (the unsaved) they may be the nicest person in your town, very sincere and good to all, they are sincere, but mistaken, as we are saved by faith not works, not our character, not our gifts, talents, nothing, only the blood of Jesus and only in his name and blood, faith in his birth and resurrection , salvation by faith alone. Be wise and reflect on this divine amen, it is divine indeed, and think upon this teaching the next time you say amen, ok, amen.






The Divine Amen Pt 3- From The N.T.
I was reading in the Greek The words in Johns Gospel, part 1 and 2 of the divine amen, were from the O.T., as I read this N.T. amen, I was thinking back on those old posts, full of truth and revelation, see those past posts.( Pt 1
http://truthandmercyministries.blogspot.com/2011/07/divine-amen.html









Pt 2,



http://truthandmercyministries.blogspot.com/2012/05/divine-amen-pt-2.html



In Jn. the simple words Verily, verily, in all the other Gospels , Matt, Mark, Lk, all use verily as the word truly, truly, only John, the spiritual gospel uses for Verily, verily, the words in Greek, amen, amen, in the Hebrew we looked at Aman, aman, same word- Greek, is amen. Only in Jn. As I was reading in the KJV, I would read each time in The Gospel of Jn. where Jesus said, verily, Verily, and used the correct word, amen, amen. It hit me, wow. Only Jn used this. A simple word.



I thought Verily was the same in all four gospels, everywhere in the N.T. it means truly, but not in Jn, so we have the N.T. divine amen, spoken always in pairs, amen, amen.



Rev 3:14 And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God;



How much more divine can we get than Jesus himself saying He is the Amen?



In pt 1 and pt 2 of the divine amen, as said, I used the O.T. I wanted to do a final pt 3, using this revelation teaching all from the New Testament to tie it all together.



I think saying amen, after prayer, after saying grace before a meal, or just saying amen, is so common we miss the deep significance of this word. It means so be it, or it is done. When Jesus was on the cross and said it is finished that was his last amen, he is our amen. You will see it means much more in the N.T. As the O.T.



The word amen in Websters says:



Amen
AMEN'. This word, with slight differences or orthography, is in all the dialects of the Assyrian stock. As a verb, it signifies to confirm, establish, verify; to trust, or give confidence; as a noun, truth, firmness, trust, confidence; as an adjective, firm, stable. In English, after the oriental manner, it is used at the beginning, but more generally at the end of declarations and prayers, in the sense of, be it firm, be it established.



And let all the people say amen. Psa 104.



The word is used also as a noun.



"All the promises of God are amen in Christ;" that is, firmness, stability, constancy.



As we read the definition we see more to the word.



In the sense of, be it firm, be it established.



When you say amen, you are establishing your prayer, it verifies it, shows trust, confidence, it is a truth, it is firm , stable. This gives a deeper meaning than most think.



When we say amen, it should not be casual, it is deep, it establishes something. Jesus established mankind’s eternal salvation on the cross, thus he is the amen and amen.



Looking back, as a reminder the Hebrew word is also deep, in Hebrew it is as follows.



H543
אמן
'âmên
aw-mane'
From H539; sure; abstractly faithfulness; adverbially truly: - Amen, so be it, truth.



It comes from a similar word, but much more rich detail is given.



H539
אמן
'âman
aw-man'
A primitive root; properly to build up or support; to foster as a parent or nurse; figuratively to render (or be) firm or faithful, to trust or believe, to be permanent or quiet; morally to be true or certain; once (in Isa_30:21; by interchange for H541) to go to the right hand: - hence assurance, believe, bring up, establish, + fail, be faithful (of long continuance, stedfast, sure, surely, trusty, verified), nurse, (-ing father), (put), trust, turn to the right.






The N.T. The Greek says,



G281
ἀμήν
amēn
am-ane'
Of Hebrew origin [H543]; properly firm, that is, (figuratively) trustworthy; adverbially surely (often as interjection so be it): - amen, verily.



Notice it is of Hebrew origin and the same Hebrew word listed above, Strong"s 543. It is a Hebrew word.



Hebrew= Aman, Greek = Amen, same thing and the same meaning with some extra insight. In the O.T. the aman had not yet come Jesus, once he did, he became our aman, or amen.



Think of this, when you say amen, your saying Jesus, as he is the amen, and as the above points out. "All the promises of God are amen in Christ;" "All the promises of God are amen in Christ;" that is, firmness, stability, constancy. ALL PROMISES ARE AMEN IN CHRIST , the long awaited divine amen. Promises are important in prayer, learning to understand when we pray we are saying, I have these promises, they are mine, the N.T. abounds with promises for us, when we pray the word, and all should pray the word, the lord wants us to hold him to his word, pray it, claim it, speak them, and understand at the end of that prayer when you say amen, your saying, I have complete confidence and trust the lord will do just what he said in his word.



How can anyone after understanding this ever pray the same again, how can we ever say Amen the same. This truth, once you get it deep in your spirit, is a life changer and gives edge to your prayers.



So that is what the N.T. says about the divine amen, and now all that can be said in 3 messages has been said, “amen, come quickly Lord Jesus, amen, and amen

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