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    Posted January 22, 2013 by
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    by Scott Lawrence

    "There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea." ~Luke 21:25

    Luke 10:18 - "And He said unto them, I beheld Satan as lightning falling from the heavens". Jesus spoke these words in Aramaic, the most ancient form of Hebrew.

    In Strong's Hebrew dictionary, word number 1299 - a primitive root word meaning to lightnen or (lightning) or to cast forth is baraq (baw-rak').

    As in Isaiah 14:16-19. the word for heights or heavens, according to Strong's Hebrew dictionary - word number 1116 - (meaning to be high); an elevation - height, high place, wave is bamah (bam-maw')

    In Hebrew, the letter wau or vau is translated as the letter u. Some scholars use the letter o for this transliteration. It is primarily used as a conjunction to join two concepts together.

    Jupiter was the Roman king of the gods and god of the sky (prince of the air in the bible). Baraq o bamah (satan fall like lightning in Hebew) and the moon in mythology was always represented as the enemy of the solar deity. The sun god, or the Son of God?

    Signs and wonders in the sky, seas roaring, nations in anguish...gosh it sounds incredibly familiar. Thanks to my buddy Cheryl Leger Osipov for pointing out the signs in the sky last night that inspired me to put this together.

    Pray America. ACK!!!

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