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A HEBREW SAGE MIGHT SAY. . .
Man's way leads to a hopeless end . . . GOD'S way leads to an Endless Hope. 

 

RAM'S SKINS DYED RED      
"Make for the tent a covering of Tanned Ram Skins dyed red." [Exodus (Shemot) 26. 14 Tanakh, Torah] 

 

This is the third covering for the Tabernacle.  The Rams' Skins Dyed Red was to cover the Ohel (the Wilderness Tent), the black goats' hair canvas.  The blood of the LORD JESUS CHRIST (red) covers and blots out the blackness of sin (the goat). 

 

The ram is the animal representing substitution and provision in HOLY SCRIPTURE.  "YEHOWAH YIREHThe LORD will see and provide" is the name OMNIPOTENT GOD first used in the instance when there was a substitute of a ram for Isaac. [Genesis/Berepooh 22. 13 – 14]  Isaac would live because a ram would die in his place. 

 

The ram is also the animal used for the consecration of the priesthood.  When Aaron and his sons were set apart for their office, a ram was slain for them and its blood applied. [Leviticus/Vayikra 8. 22- 24]  This skin is a symbol indicating the LORD Y’SHUA  ha'MASHIACH and HIS consecration to the work of the ministry.   CHRIST JESUS, the PERFECT SACRIFICE humbled HIMSELF and became obedient to the FATHER, even to the death on the Cross.  Y’SHUA, the WORD MADE FLESH said, "I delight to do YOUR will, O GOD; not MY will, but YOURS" [Isaiah/Yeshayah 50. 5 - 7; Luke 22. 39 - 46] . . .this was HIS consecration.  Y’SHUA, the HOPE OF ISRAEL, was a SUBSTITUTE for many, for who-so-ever will come and receive of HIS life.   MESSIAH Y’SHUA is the RAM of Consecration, Provision & Substitution

 

The skin of the ram was beautiful, but it could not be seen on the outside or the inside of the building.  It was hidden by the other coverings, and there were no dimensions given for this skin.  Only the HEAVENLY FATHER saw the complete consecration and obedience of MESSIAH Y’SHUA to the DIVINE will.   We cannot fathom the depths of love in the consecration and death of the LORD Y’SHUA; neither can we limit the blood. [Psalm/Tehillym 40. 6 - 9; Hebrews 10. 4 - 9] 

 

The MAN OF SORROWS was THE LAMB. . . meek, lowly and submissive to the FATHER'S will.  At the same time, Y’SHUA was a RAM; vigorous, strong, and determined to do the FATHER'S will. [John 4. 34; 6. 38; 8. 29; 18. 5, 6, 11; Luke 9. 51]  Those who believe in LORD JESUS CHRIST are the "sheep of HIS pasture" and should be as the RAM in their consecration to follow HIM WHO is the HOLY ONE, the MESSIAH, the HIGH & EXALTED REDEEMER. [Romans 8. 35; 12. 1; 1 Corinthians 6. 19 - 20; 9. 26 - 27; Acts 20. 24; Philippians 3. 8; Hebrews 12. 1]  Our heart's cry should also be, "I delight to do YOUR will, O GOD;  YOUR will,  not mine" — and continually delight in the Law and the HOLY WRITTEN WORD OF GOD. 

 

 

Sha'alu (Prayfor the shalom (Peace) of JerUSAlem and all of Israel!
Redeem Israel, O ELOHIYM, out of all their troubles!
Hear, O Israel: The LORD our GOD, the LORD is ONE. Praised be HIS NAME WHOSE glorious Kingdom is forever and ever. Eternal truth it is that HE alone is GOD, and there is none else. YOUR love has watched over us in the night of oppression; YOUR mercy has sustained us in the hour of trial. May YOUR Law rule the life of all YOUR children and YOUR truth unite our hearts in fellowship. Praise to YOU, O LORD, our BLESSED REDEEMER.
Day 39 of the Omer 

 

Praying for the peace of Jerusalem, is praying for the return of our Messiah and Lord and for the Kingdom of God He is bringing when He comes.  Then God's Will shall be done on earth as it is in Heaven and the world will experience true godly universal peace which is the fruit of Righteousness. 

 

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