Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Let the Wicked Fall

As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.

Today, or this was March 19th, when the Holy Ghost provided me with  this Prophecy for this life and a Scripture study, is now appearing this day in April, providing it does not move in the drafts to a later date.

 The verse is straightforward, in a prayer command that evil people be captured in their own evil they have set for others, and for the Christian pass safely by, as to walk on thin air over a pit.

Psalm 141

10Let the wicked fall into their own nets, While I pass by safely. 

Wicked is the Hebrew word RASHA and is defined as:

evil (1), evil man (1), evil men (1), guilty (3), man (1), offender (1), ungodly (1), wicked (228), wicked man (21), wicked men (2), wicked one (1), wicked ones (3).

Strong has a wonderful amplification of this beyond wickedness, as this is not just evil, but a cemented evil.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
condemned, guilty, ungodly, wicked man, that did wrong From rasha'; morally wrong; concretely, an (actively) bad person -- + condemned, guilty, ungodly, wicked (man), that did wrong.

David by the Holy Ghost is defining an actively bad person who is actively seeking the harm of others as the basis of all their life. It is pure malevolence.

These wicked war to fall, a NAPHAL, into their own evil devised for others, but falling is not a happenstance, but it is more clear in the definitions. It is a complete fall, to perish, to languish, unable to help themselves, a dashing to pieces, a bursting down, something born of death.

to fall, lie
NASB Translation
abandon (1), allot (1), allotted (2), anyone falls (1), apportioned (2), attacked (2), born (1), bring down (1), burst (1), came down (1), cast (16), cast down (5), casts (1), collapse (1), come (3), dash down (1), defect (1), defected (3), deserted (3), deserters (3), did (1), dismounted (1), divide by lot (2), divide it by lot (1), downfall (1), dropped (1), fail (1), fail* (1), failed (4), fall (130), fall down (4), fallen (55), fallen away (1), fallen down (4), falling (3), falling down (2), falls (22), falls away (1), fell (98), fell down (8), felled (1), felling (1), give birth (1), go over (1), going over (2), gone over (3), inferior (2), killed (1), knocks (1), lay (1), lay down (1), lay flat (1), lie down (1), look (1), lost (2), lying (5), making (1), perish (1), present (1), presenting (3), prostrating (1), remains (1), settled (1), surely fall (1), throw (2), topple (1), turns (1), void (1), waste away (3).

Naphal is to perish by a Judgment. This is God's active consuming of evil as evil consumes itself. The best Biblical example is Haman in Persia in the Book of Esther plotting to hang the Benjaminite Mordecai, but in the end hanged on his own gallows.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
cast down, self, lots, out, cease, die, divide by lot, let fail, A primitive root; to fall, in a great variety of applications (intransitive or causative, literal or figurative) -- be accepted, cast (down, self, (lots), out), cease, die, divide (by lot), (let) fail, (cause to, let, make, ready to) fall (away, down, -en, -ing), fell(-ing), fugitive, have (inheritance), inferior, be judged (by mistake for palal), lay (along), (cause to) lie down, light (down), be (X hast) lost, lying, overthrow, overwhelm, perish, present(-ed, -ing), (make to) rot, slay, smite out, X surely, throw down.

Nets is MAKMOR, and means nets or snares. Nets entangle the intended, snares catch the intended by the throat. This is the depths of the evil to impoverishing citizens to make them helpless an force them to comply to tyranny, to offering people what they want and making them sell their souls to never let them go.
In David's prayer, this complexity is turned back upon those who plotted and implemented it.

To pass is ABAR, a word which has the most meanings of all in this sentence for it is a word which fits every situation, to being unseen like ghost to being carried over, as Christ and the Holy Angels protect the Christian to deliver them.

accompanied (1), alienate (1), all* (1), avert (1), beyond* (1), blows away (1), bring (2), bring across (1), bring over (1), brought (1), brought over (1), came (2), carried over (1), carry over (1), charged (1), circulate (1), circulated (2), circulating (1), come (2), come around (1), come over (3), comes (3), continue (2), continued (13), continued through (1), contrary (2), cross (29), cross over (31), crossed (31), crossed over (17), crossing (5), crossing over (5), current (1), devote (1), drew across (1), drifting (1), enter (1), escapes the notice (1), ever bring (1), ever bring...over (1), excel (1), fail (2), flood (1), ford (1), forded (1), forth (1), freed (1), go (9), go on your way (1), go across (1), go along (1), go forward (1), go over (3), go through (3), go* (1), goes (1), going (2), going over (3), gone (1), gone over (1), gone through (1), laid aside (1), led across (1), led through (3), left (1), liquid (2), made (1), mates (1), means cross over (1), offer (1), over (4), overcome (1), overflow (1), overflowing (1), overlook (1), pass (72), pass along (2), pass away (5), pass over (7), pass through (29), passed (48), passed along (1), passed away (2), passed beyond (1), passed over (9), passed through (6), passed throughout (1), passer-by (2), passers-by (1), passes (18), passes through (7), passing (13), passing over (1), passing through (2), past (6), perish (1), proceed (1), proceeded (1), proceeding (2), put away (2), remove (1), removed (2), repealed (1), rolled (1), run riot (1), runs its course (1), send through (1), sent (2), sent across (2), sound (2), spare (2), spread beyond (1), standard (1), stretched across (1), survey (1), swept (3), take across (1), take away (5), taken away (1), taken away (2), through (1), through...we have gone (1), passed (1), took (1), transfer (3), transgress (4), transgressed (11), transgressing (3), travel (1), traveler (1), turn away (2), use (2), vanish (1), visited (1), walk over (2), wayfaring (1), went (5), went away (1), went back (1), went forward (1), went over (1), went through (3).

Safely or YACHAD is the most profound word in this, because as the Christian passes by unnoticed, the term is UNITED for safely, meaning David and all Christians are united to being protected, and that protection of all, is being united to God, Who protects His children always.

alike (1), all (4), altogether (2), altogether* (1), both (4), completely (2), each other (1), one accord (1), safely (1), together (26), together in unity (1), united (1).

So a more precise translation of this Promise to Christians is, God Will to make it happen that all wicked plotters plunge into their own schemes, helpless to get free of the entanglements which subdues them and they perish in them, as the Christian united with God passes through protected and unseen.

 This is a Promise from God for all of His children. Your being kept safe so you are not harmed more is a primary concern for God, as the actions of those who have hurt you and are hurting others, will bring about their end. That is what LET means, in God is not going to stop them from destroying themselves and the demons will only drag them to torment in death.

Nuff Said