Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Day 128


His Name Cometh #6

27 Look, Yahweh comes from far away, His anger burning and heavy with smoke. His lips are full of fury, and His tongue is like a consuming fire. 28 His breath is like an overflowing torrent that rises to the neck. [He comes] to sift the nations in a sieve of destruction and to put a bridle on the jaws of the peoples to lead [them] astray. 29 Your singing will be like that on the night of a holy festival, And [your] heart will rejoice like one who walks [to the music] of a flute, going up to the mountain of the Lord, to the Rock of Israel. 30 And the Lord will make the splendor of His voice heard and reveal His arm striking in angry wrath and a flame of consuming fire, in driving rain, a torrent, and hailstones.....
Isaiah 30:27-30 (Holman Christian Standard Bible)

The first time the "Hallelujah" is used in the New Testament is in Psalm 19... and as was the case yesterday in the Old Testament's first use... it is likewise shouted as the righteous of Yahweh witness His Righteous judgment against the wicked that have tormented them... and defamed God.
"...In a single hour she was destroyed. Rejoice over her, heaven, and you saints, apostles, and prophets, because God has executed your judgment on her!....
After this I heard something like the loud voice of a vast multitude in heaven, saying: Hallelujah! Salvation, glory, and power belong to our God, because His judgments are true and righteous, because He has judged the notorious prostitute who corrupted the earth with her sexual immorality; and He has avenged the blood of His servants that was on her hands. A second time they said: Hallelujah!"

Revelation 18:19-20 & 19:1-4 (Holman Christian Standard Bible)

There are no tears here... only as Isaiah said... the Saints of Yahweh... rejoice.

Contemplate this biblical truth the next time you sing the Hallelujah.

Surely the day comes... as does The Name.

It's in The Name.

xtnyoda, shalomed

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