(Jesus said to his Apostles)
"Marvel not that I said unto thee... 'Ye' MUST be born AGAIN.(reincarnated)
Being Born AGAIN(reincarnated)... not of corruptible seed... but incorruptible.
Godlike Ones of the Lofty Elim of Knowledge
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Then He said... "To what shall we 'liken' the Kingdom of God?
Or with what 'Parable' shall we 'Picture' it?
Sing unto 'Him' a new song;
Play Skillfully... with a Loud Noise.
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And 'AGAIN' when... 'He' bringeth in the 'Firstbegotten' into the World.
He saith, "And let all the Angels of God worship...'Him'.
But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the Angels of Heaven,
but... my Father only.
He set singers before the altar...that by
their Voices they might make sweet melody.
And daily sing praises in their songs.
Psalm33:3 (King David)
Sing unto 'Him'a 'New Song'.
Play 'SKILLFULLY'..... with a 'LOUD NOISE'.
Apocalypse- revelations of the Ultimate Divine purpose. (a Revealing of Gods Ultimate Plan)
Apostles- (a Band of Men) any of the original 12 disciples called by Jesus to preach the gospel:
Simon Peter, the brothers James and John, Andrew, Philip, Bartholomew, Matthew, Thomas,
James the son of Alpheus, Thaddaeus, Simon the Zealot, Judas Iscariot.
Prophet (Magi) one of a band of ecstatic visionaries claiming divine inspiration and, according to popular belief,
possessing magical powers. (one who goes from town to town singing about the Coming of God)
Revelations-something revealed or disclosed, especially a striking disclosure, as of something not before realized.
Prophetic Messages- Tells some what to expect in the future- Tells others what to do.
Parables-a short allegorical story designed to illustrate or teach some truth, religious principle, or moral lesson.
a statement or comment that conveys a meaning indirectly by the use of comparison, analogy, or the like.
Dead Sea Scrolls -- Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice
Shirot `Olat ha-Shabbat 4Q403(ShirShabbd) Parchment
Copied mid-first century B.C.E.
Height 18 cm (7 in.), length 19 cm (7 1/2 in.)
Courtesy of the Israel Antiquities Authority (9)
The Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice, also known as the
"Angelic Liturgy," is a liturgical work composed of thirteen separate sections, one for each of the first thirteen Sabbaths of the year.
The songs evoke Angelic praise and elaborate on Angelic Priesthood, the Heavenly Temple, and the Sabbath worship in that temple.
The headings of the various songs may reflect the solar calendar. Although the songs bear no explicit indication of their source,
the phraseology and terminology of the texts are very similar to those of other Qumran(Dead Sea Scrolls) works.
Eight manuscripts of this work were found in Qumran Cave 4 (4Q400 through 407) and one in Cave 11, dating from the late
Hasmonean and Herodian periods. One manuscript of the Songs of the Sabbath Sacrifice was found at Masada, a Zealot fortress.
By the Instructor. Song of the Sacrifice of the Seventh Sabbath on the Sixteenth of the Month.
"Praise the God of the Lofty Heights, O you Lofty Ones among all the Elim of Knowledge.
Let the Holiest of the Godlike Ones sanctify the King of Glory who sanctifies by Holiness all His Holy Ones.
O you Chiefs of the Praises of all the Godlike Beings.
Praise the splendidly praiseworthy God. For in the Splendor of Praise is the Glory of His Realm.
From it comes the Praises of all the Godlike Ones together with the splendor of all His Majesty.
And exalt his exaltedness to exalted heaven ...You most Godlike Ones of the Lofty Elim,
...and Exalt His Glorious Divinity above all the Lofty Heights.
For He is God of Gods of all the Chiefs of the Heights of Heaven and King of Kings of all the Eternal Councils.
By the intention of His Knowledge. At the words of His mouth come into being all the Lofty Angels;
at the utterance of His lips all the Eternal Spirits;
by the Intention of His Knowledge ...all His creatures in their Undertakings.
Sing with Joy, you who rejoice in His Knowledge with rejoicing among the Wondrous Godlike Beings.
And chant His Glory with the tongue of all who chant with Knowledge;
...and chant His Wonderful Songs of Joy with the mouth of all who chant of Him.
For He is God of All who Rejoice in Knowledge forever ...
and Judge in His Power of all the Spirits of Understanding."
Transcription and translation by C. Newsom
[Lofty: 1) Elevated in style, tone, or sentiment, as writtings or speech.
2) Arrogantly or condescending Superior in manner: haughty.]