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 December 2006

Listen to this song I Open Up My Heart To YAHUAH NEW AUDIO REMIX

Dear Chaciyd (Saints),

    There was a time at the beginning that the whole earth was of one language and of one speech.  Literally “one lip and one word” meaning that everybody spoke in the same way, both as to pronunciation and vocabulary.  But something happened to make YAHUAH change that. What happened?  The building of an city and a tower whose top may reach unto the shamayim (heaven) and a great name for themselves, lest they be scatter upon the face of the whole earth  BERESHITH (Genesis) 11: 1-4.  The city and tower were primarily for defensive security and political domination. It is possible also that the tower had a religious and astrological significance. The Hebrew is literally “whose top the shamayim (heavens)” and this may mean that on it were depicted the signs of the Zodiac and other drawings of the shamayim.  In view, however, of the use of this phrase. "The people is greater and taller than we;  the cities are great and walled up to shamayin (heaven)..." DEBARIM (Deuteronomy) 1:28, and also bearing in mind that the ancient Babylonian boasts about the height of their temples, this expression may not necessarily contain any astrological reference.
    Man’s proposed scheme to promote himself to be the center of power and authority in the ‘erets appears to have been regarded by YAHUAH as undesirable.  It may be that it was in its deepest motives an act of human self-sufficiency and rebellion against YAHUAH.
   BERESHITH (Genesis) 11:5-9 Vs 5 And YAHUAH came down to see the city and the tower, which the children of man had builded.  It is highly significant that “Babel” (Babylon) in the biblical stories stands forth right, all the way through to the book of Revelations for this idea of materialistic and humanistic uniting in an alliance in opposition to YAHUAH.
    Vs 6 And YAHUAH said, Behold, the people [is] echad (one), and they have all one language; and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained, [made inaccessible, to be withheld] from them, which they have
zamam to do.
    Vs 7 Come now, let us go down, and there
balal (confuse) their language, that they may not  shama (understand) one another's speech. The reason for YAHUAH’S destruction of these human plans were possibly first to deal effectively with the evil motive of opposition, and secondarily to accomplish His design that men should be fruitful and multiply and replenish the whole earth and subdue it. Note that YAHUAH did not destroy the tower; He confounded, confused the language and scattered the people and they left off to build the city. BERSHITH (Genesis) 11:8.
    Vs 9  Therefore is the name of it called Babel {baw-bel} Babylon; because YAHUAH did there confound the language of all the earth: and from thence did YAHUAH scatter them abroad upon the face of all the earth.

    We can see from the kathab (Scripture) being of one language and of one speech where everyone speaks in the same way, both as the pronunciation and vocabulary, is a profane and defile thing if the leb {labe} [inner man, mind, will, understanding, soul, knowledge, thinking, reflection, memory, resolution, determination, conscience, character and heart] of men are not of YAHUAH. Having the leb (heart) of YAHUAH is far more important and profitable for us than our pronunciation and vocabulary. Look at the kathab (Scripture) in the cepher (book) of BERESHITH (Genesis) 6:5-7 And YAHUAH saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth, and that every imagination of the thoughts of his leb (heart) was only evil continually.
    Vs 6 And it repented YAHUAH that He had made man on the earth, and it grieved Him at His leb (heart).
    Vs 7 And YAHUAH said, I will
machah (destroy) man whom I have created from the face of the earth; both man, and beast, and the creeping thing, and the fowls of the air; for it nacham (repenteth) Me that I have made them.

    We live in a wicked and evil generation among men whom the fulfillment of the lust of their fleshly desires, thoughts, and imagination is more important to them than the fulfillment of the machashabah (plan and purpose) of YAHUAH.
    The language and speech of man is corrupted because man’s leb (heart) is corrupt. YAHUSHA HA
MashaYAH said in MATTITHYAHU (Matthew)12:34-37 "O generation of vipers, how can ye, being evil, speak good things? for out of the abundance of the leb (heart) the peh (mouth) speaketh. vs 35 A good man out of the good treasure of the leb (heart) bringeth forth good things: and an evil man out of the evil treasure bringeth forth evil things. vs 36 But I say unto you, That every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment. vs 37 For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned." Notice YAHUSHA said every idle [slack, relax, drop, disheartened, sink, barren, leisure, lazy] word that men shall speak, they shall give an account thereof in the day of judgment. This description sounds like it is talking more about the character of man rather than the words man use. Why? Because the character of man is also defined by the words that man speaks, you can’t hide it.
    I will be the first to acknowledge that we live in a pagan society that is built upon pagan principles. Everything about us is influenced by paganism from the words we speak to the way we worship have been greatly influenced and effected by pagan beliefs and/or practices. We didn’t know any better because
we did not know YAHUAH. But now HALAL YAHUAH (Praise YAHUAH)! We know YAHUAH and are known of YAHUAH. For as many as are led by the Ruwach {roo’-akh} [Spirit] of YAHUAH, they are the ben [sons/children] of YAHUAH. ROAMNS 8:14. As we continue to be led by the Ruwach of YAHUAH, little by little, one by one the Nacham [Comforter] which is the Qadash Ruwach shall help us to identify that which is pagan and He shall teach us all things, and bring all things to our remembrance whatsoever YAHUSHA have said unto us YAHANAN (John)14:26.
    I am not as concern about pronouncing and speaking objective pronouns and their corresponding subjective pronouns such as the words “I and me,” “we and us,” “he and him,” “she and her,” “who and whom,” and “they and them”, as I am about pronouncing and speaking words and titles that we know beyond a shadow of a doubt are the names of pagan gods, goddesses, lords, and elohims such as the names of the days of the week, the names of the months of the years and the names of the years , which YAHAUH said make no mention of the names of elohiym (gods) [the word “other” was added to make it look like YAHUAH is equal to an el of the elohim] neither let it be heard out of their mouth SHEMOTH (Exodus) 23:13. In this do we need to be circumspect shamar because YAHUAH has taught us and have said to us these are the names of elohim, make no mention of their name, neither let it be heard out of our mouths. We shall continue to use the pronunciation of the objective and (their corresponding) subjective pronouns mentioned above. So far in my research, I have not found these words to be offensive to YAHUAH nor are we breaking any of His commandments by using them. Satan would love for us to major in the minor things so that we may forget the things which are Emmiet (true) and Aman (faithful). SHEMOTH (Exodus) 20:3 Thou shalt have no gods before me [not no “other” gods as if YAHUAH is equal to the fallen ones (the elohim). Literally it should read “You have no elohim against My face.”].
    TSPHANYAHU (Zephaniah) 3:9
For then will YAHUAH turn to the people a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of YAHUAH, to serve YAHUAH with one consent. Literally it means YAHUAH shall turn unto the people a clean lip, so that they all call on the name of YAHUAH, to serve YAHUAH with one shoulder. I don’t know what language it is going to be but I do know this, it shall be from a clean lip. HALLAL YAHUAH (Praise YAHUAH)!
    HOSHAYAH (Hosea) 2: 16-17 And it shall be at that day, saith YAHUAH, [that] thou shalt call Me Iysh (Husband); and shalt call Me no more Ba’al (Lord). vs 17 For I will take away the names of Ba’al (Lord) out of her (YAHUAH’S people) mouth, and they (baal, adonai, my lord, lord, elohim [gods, idols, devils] shall no more be remembered by their name. HALAL YAHUAH (Praise YAHUAH)!!! I would like to believe that as YAHUAH give us a clean lip it will bring to pass the saying, “there is no speech nor language where our voice is not heard” TEHILLIM (Psalms) 19:3. HALAL YAHUAH (Praise YAHUAH)!!! In TEHILLIM (Psalms) 81:8-10 YAHUAH also admonish us to vs. 8 Hear O my people and I will testify unto thee: O
Yashar'YAH, if thou wilt shama [hear, listen, obey, hearken] unto Me; vs 9 There shall no strange god (“no el at all”) be in you; neither shalt you shachah (worship) any strange god (“no el at all”). vs 10 I [am] YAHUAH thy YAHUAH, which brought thee out of the land of Mitsrayim (Egypt): open thy mouth wide, and I will fill it. But can we shama to the voice of YAHUAH? Can we hear this word? YAHUAH will not only take away the names of the baal (lords) out of our mouth, but YAHUAH will fill it with a pure language that we may all call upon the name of YAHUAH with a clean lip and to serve YAHUAH with one shoulder.
    Please hear me when I say to you it is not about the language that we speak rather it be Hebrew, Greek, English, or French that gives us favor with YAHUAH but a clean lip, it is all about the leb (heart). For out of the abundance of the leb (heart) the peh (mouth) speaketh. I study the Hebraic language because I desire to understand the scriptures, but for me to think that I am going to win a brownie point with YAHUAH for this is ludicrous. In the cepher (book) of YCHEZKYAH (Ezekiel) chapter three, YAHUAH prepared YCHEZKYAH to go speak unto the house of Yashar'YAH. vs 4 And YAHUAH said unto me Son of man, go, get thee unto the house of Yashar'YAH, and speak with my dabar (words) unto them.
Now look very carefully to verse 5 and 6. vs 5 For thou [art] not sent to a people of a strange speech and of an hard language, [but] to the house of Yashar'YAH; vs 6 Not to many people of a strange speech and of an hard language, whose words you do not understand. Surely, had I sent you to them, they would have shama [listened, heard, obeyed, hearkened] unto you. Now look very carefully to verse 7. vs 7 But the house of Yashar'YAH will not shama [listen, hear, obey, hearken] unto you; for they will not shama [listen, hear, obey, hearken] unto Me: for all the house of Yashar'YAH [are] impudent and hardhearted. Here we see a people that speak perfect Hebrew and YAHUAH said of them they will not hear Me. But on the other hand, there are a people of a strange speech and of a hard language whose words you do not understand, had I sent you to them, they would have hearkened unto you [Pause and think on this].
    As much as you would like to believe that the pure language is what is called the Hebrew language, the Scripture does not declare this. But one thing the Scripture does declare is that whatever the language is it will be of a clean lip. YAHUSHA had the leb of YAHUAH, and we too must have YAHUAH’S leb. Then we will all be a people of one lip and one word. But remember it is all about having the leb (heart) of YAHUAH.


In the Yachal (Hope) of YAHUSHA MASHAYAH,

Raah (Pastor) Fredrick A. Brown


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