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Our Daily Bread: YHWH's Kingdom is Coming, Yeshua was the ultimate Example (Part1):


Good Monday morning it’s September 27, 2021, and I always pray that things are going well for you all. May YAHWEH Bless you all and if I haven’t said this before, I thank you all who are following my daily messages. I hope and pray my messages helped some of you not only prepare for what’s around the corner but I hope it’s helping you all get spiritually prepared.

Today’s Readings and Scripture work will cover Isaiah 20- Isaiah 26, Matthew 4 will be covered tomorrow for time sake, I will end today’s message with Galatians 6:9. Today’s message is a big one so I had to cut it down for two days. I will explain more later in the write up.

In the name of the Father and the Son and Holy Spirit. Amen!

Prayer of Enlightenment

Having received this new day as a gift, I thank you, Holy Trinity, for through Your

goodness and patience You were not wrathful with me, an idler and a sinner, neither have You cast me down in my sins. But You have shown Your love towards me and have guided me to keep my daily watch and to glorify Your power. Enlighten my mind to study Your word and open my heart to understand Your teachings in Scripture. Help me to apply what I learn and to praise You with all of my heart and to glorify Your holy name, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, now and forever. Amen!

20:1: Tartan: Was the official title of the leader of the armies of Assyria. Sargon captured Ashdod in 711 BC.

20:2-6: Isaiah’s shame is a sign of the greater shame that will befall Egypt and Ethiopia and it makes a reference to the Messiah to come. The Son of YHWH, taking the form of a servant, humbled Himself, and even becoming obedient to the point of death, reference Phillippians 2:8, : His ministry lasted 3 ½ years, Christ fulfilled it all even hanging naked on the cross, the shameful death that put death to shame.

21:6-12: A Watchman is appointed to guard a city, and a Christian of modern times is called as a watchman to remain ever vigilant to guard the soul against the onslaught of sin. We are also called to keep our daily watch and sound the trumpet and stay obedient to our Father in heaven.

21:9: When the Assyrians conquered Babylon in 689 BC, they smashed the idols of the Babylonians. This can be interpreted to mean YHWH uses even adversity to destroy sin.

22:1-5: Prophetic scene of complete anarchy unfolds: The People wander in the Valley of Zion. Everything overtakes them including fear and panic, and they refuse to seek refuge in Mount Zion, but run to a worthless house instead. Jerusalem fell to the Assyrians in 587 BC and they were all taken captive.

22:12-13: The enemy is at the Gates of Jerusalem but the people decided to answer The Lord of Hosts for repentance by throwing a drunken feast. “For the Kingdom of YHWH is not eating and drinking, but righteous peace and joy in the Holy Spirit” (Romans 14:17, )

22:15: Shebna: was likely a Hebrew Priest who had neglected his priestly duties because of his pride.

22:20: Eliakim: replaced Shebna before the attack on Jerusalem, Yet he too fell by the end of his administration.

23:1-4: Tyre and Sidon were leading coastal cities of Phoenicia (Now Modern Day Lebanon), Carthage, a city in North Africa, was founded by Tyre and maintained relationships with the Citaeans (Cyprus),

23:7-9: The Lord will judge Tyre and Sidon, BECAUSE OF THEIR ARROGANCE. Eventually the Light of Christ will come to Tyre and Sidon, and manu will follow Him see Mark 3:8

23:17-18: Seventy Years: The People sinned against YHWH for many generations but no one is beyond redemption. This prophecy was fulfilled when the Church was established in Tyre see Acts 21:3-5.

24:1-6: This talking about the Last Judgement inhabited earth in it’s desolate state. “The last will be first and the first will be last, see Matthew 20:16: The Curse alienated all of creation, YHWH wanted man to offer up creation to Him, but instead man plundered the world see Romans 8:18-22.

24:14-17: This makes a reference to the Book of Acts, where the Apostles will cry aloud, proclaiming the name of the Lord. The islands are Churches that will be established in the midst of the sea of lost humanity, rejecters OF THE NATURAL LAW written on their hearts see Romans 2:14-15.

24:18: YHWH will shake the heavens and the earth “that the things which cannot be shaken may remain”, see Hebrews 12:26-27

24:21-23: At the end of the age, YHWH will bring His hand upon those who will not be humbled of their own free will.

25:1: An ancient and true counsel: Isaiah praises YAHWEH for “the mystery which has been hidden from ages”. (Col 1:26) a mystery that the prophet knows will someday be revealed in full, which is Christ in His saints, and the Church. Isaiah responds with total obedience “So be it, O Lord.

25:2-3: YHWH stops the ungodly not simply to punish sinners but to bring them to repentance. The poor and wronged, not the strong and proud, will bless and praise Him.

25:8: Humanity’s rebellion against YAHWEH has given death the power to prevail, but Christ will destroy death and then wipe away every tear, see Revelation 21:4

25:9: This is our God: The Apostles Thomas fulfills this prophecy when he sees the resurrected Christ and cries out, “My Lord and my God!” (John 20:28).

25:10-12: The King of Glory will spread forth His hands upon the cross in order to humble the arrogance of all men.

26: 5-6: Compare with what Virgin Mary sings her hymn: “He has put down the mighty from their thrones, / And exalted the lowly” Luke 1:52

26:7-8: The godly are being prepared to follow CHRIST WHEN HE COMES. Compare to Christ’s parable of the virgins, reference Matthew 25:1-13.

26:16: Hard Circumstances are seen by the righteous as a reason to remember the Lord. The holy prophet calls them small afflictions or as Saint Paul states “Our light affliction, which… working for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory”, see 2Co 4:17.

26:19: The dead shall rise up: “Christ is risen from the dead, trampling down death by death, and upon those in tombs, bestowing life” (Paschal Troparion, see also 1Co 15).

26:20-21: Isaiah is a powerful “PROPHET OF DOOM”, but he is also a good shepherd to his people. After spending a night in prayer, nhe consoles them with these words.

“Is the Kingdom of YAHWEH really coming? What does our hearts truly tell us, and so it shall be The Great Holy One is returning. Yeshua, the Son of YHWH, the ultimate servant and example of what we should all strive to be. This is the message I have been tasked to share and study with you all, I’m being a good shepherd. The world is upside down and it is clear my path is to serve Yeshua, my Lord and Savior at all cost. Meaning I’m turning my back on the Beast System and shunning it completely; deception is among us. We must remain patient and confident, Walking by Faith!”

-JPCE Spiritual Talk

Galatians 6:9: And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart.

Last night I went into prayer because I struggle with people who take advantage of others who do good. I love helping others but sometimes I get hurt when people take advantage of Heather and I. The Lord is telling me to keep doing good no matter the cost, and not grow weary of those who take advantage of you.

“Keep our hearts pure and clear from evil and never let the sunset on our anger, daily repenting cleanses us from the attacks and snares of the evil one.”

-JPCE Spiritual Talk

Part 2 tomorrow will cover only Readings and Scripture work of Matthew 4: On Wednesday we will get back to our Isaiah Study: Side note it seems after today my dreams and visions are starting to make more sense, more on that later or you can chat with me in private message.

The Lord’s Prayer

Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Thy Kingdom come. Thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.

For Yours is the Kingdom, the power and the glory of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, now and forever. Amen!

May YAHWEH Bless you all,

Jared W. Campbell

US Army Retired

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