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Welcome to our next blog. For those new to the blog and groups,  we focus on the Hebrew aspect of the scriptures. Knowledge of the Hebrew language is not a requirement to be part of this journey, however, it will inspire you to know more. If you are new to the Hebrew Letters, below is a link to the intro course on the Living Letters.  When you look to the right of the blog you’ll see categories that you can browse. There’s no specific starting point, but i do suggest you work through the Hebrew Letters. The blog and the Wednesday group activation goes hand in hand.

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Ascension Realms of Psalm 119 ד Part 1

Psalm 119:25–32 NIV

25 I am laid low in the dust; preserve my life according to your word. 26 I gave an account of my ways and you answered me; teach me your decrees. 27 Cause me to understand the way of your precepts, that I may meditate on your wonderful deeds. 28 My soul is weary with sorrow; strengthen me according to your word. 29 Keep me from deceitful ways; be gracious to me and teach me your law. 30 I have chosen the way of faithfulness; I have set my heart on your laws. 31 I hold fast to your statutes, Lord; do not let me be put to shame. 32 I run in the path of your commands, for you have broadened my understanding.

You have probably noticed by now that Psalm 119 has a core focus on the Word. As we move on to the next Hebrew letter ד (Dalet), we’ll explore ד as an ascension ladder into original design.

Psalm 119:25 NIV

25 I am laid low in the dust; preserve my life according to your word.

דָּבַק (dā·ḇǎq) is the first word in the passage focusing on the Hebrew letter ד and naturally starts with the same letter.

When we read that first verse from the NIV, it makes us to believe its meaning centres around humility, maybe worthlessness and the desire for God’s word to revive. Though it may contain partial truths, it’s not what it is saying. 

Laid low,

Dictionary of Biblical Languages with Semantic Domains: Hebrew (Old Testament)

1815 דָּבַק (dā·ḇǎq): v.; Str 1692; TWOT 398
cling to, i.e., fasten oneself to an object
joined fast, be stuck together be made to cleave, stick to
catch up, overtake, engage,
be united, joined, i.e., be in a close association, implying a normal continuing relationship (Ge 2:24);
be associated, formally, bind, i.e., be in a close association as a figurative extension of a belt fastening objects together

As the Psalmist describes ‘being laid low in the dust’, the Hebrew meaning is more centred around the action of clinging to or being united to something. How often have you read in the word about the writer’s desire, or his spirit yearning for more from Yahweh. Many examples are in David’s writings. Truth is, your spirit continues to desire being united to its original intent. That design and blueprint that was brought forth from the heart of God, that New Creation being written into the scrolls, seeks to be united in its fullness to your original design. 

The Hebrew for ‘Dust’ is עָפָר (ʿā·p̄ār). Though it means ‘soil’, it has another meaning which is ‘descendants’. Descendent is that which you originate from. So when the Psalmist expressed ‘being laid low in the dust’, he was expressing a desire to be united, to be made one with his original design, to catch up and overtake who and what he is as a New Creation being. 

The Psalm continues with ‘preserve my life according to your word.’

Note that the first time the Hebrew language was used (Gen 1), it was for creating and not to communicate. Therefore, Hebrew firstly creates, then communicates that creation or original intent into your New Creation being. Yes, the Word of God uplifts, inspires, gives hope and all the other amazing things we read in the Word, but its ultimate purpose is to align your spirit man to its New Creation being and New Creation abilities.  

With that in mind, the Hebrew for ‘Preserve’ is חָיָה (ḥā·yā(h), is ‘to preserve life, restore to life or to revive’. חָיָה is also the root for חיהות, the 4 living creatures. Without giving too much away, for those doing the ‘Ascension Matrix of Ezekiel’ course, will know that the 4 living creatures have something to do with your Cherubic nature. As a New Creation being, you are way more than you think. ALOT more.

For more on Cherubic nature, refer to the COURSE. 

Again we get the sense of being restored to our primordial state…. חָיָה is living from a restored position, identity and ability, lining breath unto breath.

The Hebrew for life is ‘נֶפֶשׁ (ně·p̄ěš)’ pronounced NEPHESH, and refers to the centre of your being, the heart, the essence of life. The Hebrew for ‘Word’ is דָּבָר (dā·ḇār), meaning ‘spoken word’ but also means ‘record’…… and I love that one. 

So let’s pull this together….

As a new Creation being, your spirit constantly entangles with its original ascended state. It yearns to unlock the true identity of who and what you are, accompanied by the abilities that go with your Kainos (New Creation) being. Rather than your spirit pulling, lean into what’s attracting so entangling can be ignited… respond. ד Dalet (meaning door or gateway) is the Hebrew letter that opens realms to unite and find expression through you as a New Creation being. It facilitates entanglement so that you become and are the FULL expression of who He is. Engaging ד is about unlocking your ascended state within the realms where you occupy thrones. As you entangle with that authority and position, you express and flesh out original design. Invoke your New Creation being. You are positioned in a royal bloodline, tapping into that blood line (your descendants) and releasing the inheritance that’s yours is entangling with your inheritance. You need to play an active role in participating with the Word, i.e. the record written of your primordial state. So let’s read the scripture more in line with the Hebrew description….

Psalm 119: 25 TRM version

I entangle and unite with my bloodline in divinity as I invoke my primordial state, my New Creation being. Restore and revive original intent within my heart as I step into The Word, the record of my bloodline, and Kainos’ being. 

Activation prayer

Thank you, Jesus, that you are the gate and I acknowledge you as my passage in and through the spirit realm. I step into ד as my ascension ladder, converging realms to manifest new Creation living. I invoke the abundance and New Creation abilities embedded in my bloodline as a son of God, and release it into the physical realm (you can be specific in naming). I entangle with my Kainos being and the record written within the Word (you can use a specific scripture if you like), released through ד as a gateway, converging the realms and thrones I occupy in Jesus to manifest His fullness and align with my original intent. As He is, so am I. 

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