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Counting the Omer Day 41

Updated: May 16


Each day, one says the blessing:

Blessed are You, YEHOVAH our ELOHIM, King of the universe, Who has sanctified us with His commandments and has commanded us concerning the counting of the Omer.

Today is the forty-first day of the Omer. The Merciful One, may He bring forth the new Jerusalem, speedily in our days,  IN YESHUA's name AMEN

Omer Counting 41 days, which is five weeks and six days of the Omer.

Day 41 Omer Reading:

Week 7 /Attribute 7 – Majesty/Dignity (Malchut) We have completed 6 weeks counting to Shavuot

Sitting At The Feet Of Our Master YESHUA

Principle #7 – Moses Is The Father Of The Prophets

“I believe with complete faith that the prophecy of Moses our teacher, peace upon him, was true and that he was the Father of the prophets”

Jews believes that the superlative agent of divine revelation was Moses in his own words said that a Prophet would arise in the acharit ha- yamim (last days) “like unto him” that would reveal the WORD of YEHOVAH to Israel. Referring to the Messiah YESHUA. It was GOD who gave the Torah to Moses and showed Moses through the Torah Messiah who was to come.

Deu 18:15 ” YEHOVAH your GOD will raise up for you a prophet like me from among you, from your countrymen, you shall listen to him. Deu 18:17 “YEHOVAH said to me, ‘They have spoken well. Deu 18:18 ‘I will raise up a prophet from among their countrymen like you, and I will put My words in his mouth, and he shall speak to them all that I command him. Deu 18:19 ‘It shall come about that whoever will not listen to My words which he shall speak in My name, I Myself will require it of him. NASB Heb 3:1 Therefore, brothers whom GOD has set apart, who share in the call from heaven, think carefully about YESHUA, whom we acknowledge publicly as YEHOVAH's emissary and as Cohen Gadol (high priest). Heb 3:2 He was faithful to GOD, who appointed him; just as “Moshe was faithful in all GOD’s house.” Heb 3:3 But YESHUA deserves more honor than Moshe, just as the builder of the house deserves more honor than the house. Heb 3:4 For every house is built by someone, but the one who built everything is GOD. Heb 3:5 Also, Moshe was faithful in all GOD’s house, as a servant giving witness to things GOD would divulge later. Heb 3:6 But the Messiah, as SON, was faithful over GOD’s house. And we are that house of his, provided we hold firmly to the courage and confidence inspired by what we hope for.

There are at least 79 verses in the Brit Hadasha that refer to Moses, and the Brit Hadasah writers never took away from Moses greatness. But they also knew that the Torah given to Moses pointed to YESHUA who is the WORD MADE FLESH. John 1:1

YESHUA is greater than Moses because YESHUA is the SON of YEHOVAH in the flesh and all the types and shadows of the Tabernacle and sacrifices in the Torah pointed to HIM. The words of the Tenack prophets pointed to Him as well and David himself, the greatest King of Israel who was a Prophet as well, knew there was a King greater then him to come and that He was reveled in the Torah given to Moses and that King was Messiah YESHUA.

Joh 1:17 For the Torah was given through Moshe; grace and truth came through YESHUA the Messiah. Joh 1:18 No one has ever seen GOD; but the only and unique SON, who is identical with GOD and is at the Father’s side – he has made him known.

It is safe to say that Moses was the greatest of the Tenack/Torah, Prophets and Writings, however I am sure that Moses himself would deny that he was the greatest, because he looked forward to the Messiah, who is YESHUA who was to come. We must remember that the Torah points to YESHUA and that we are to walk in Torah obedience through the grace of YESHUA the Messiah. YESHUA is the author of Torah and taught Torah so all Torah study must be studied as YESHUA taught it. It is very easy to get caught up in being legalistic, but YESHUA said that His Torah was not a burden.

It is only through the power of RUACH HAKODESH that YESHUA sent on Shavuot that we can walk in the Spirit of RUACH HAKODESH . One of the expectations of Messiah was that He would come and correctly teach the Torah. YESHUA did just that! He did not do away with it, but came to show us how to live it through Him. At Shavuot the Torah has now been written upon the hearts of those who love Him and it is a natural expression of our faith to walk in Torah obedience because we love Him.

We are to pattern our lives after YESHUA and walk in His footsteps, and sit at His feet. Moses as great a prophet he was, knew there was one greater then him to come. YESHUA's life was perfect and sinless and He walked in perfect Torah obedience that was given to Moses through Him.

YESHUA revealed the WORD of YEHOVAH to Israel when He walked this earth and He is still doing so today as we study His Word RUACH HAKODESH continues to give us revelation knowledge daily.

“I believe with complete faith that YESHUA is the prophet and Messiah that Moses spoke about that would reveal the Word of YEHOVAH/Torah to Israel. Moses was the vessel that YEHOVAH choose to use to give His Torah/Teachings and instruction to Israel, and YESHUA was YEHOVAH's vessel who brought grace and truth to Israel along with Torah. As Moses was faithful In YEHOVAH's House, YESHUA is faithful over YEHOVAH's house. YESHUA deserves more honor then Moses because YESHUA was the builder of that House, and we are that House”

Even Moses Himself would agree with the words of Yochanon the Immerser/John The Baptist..

Joh 1:14 The Word became a human being and lived with us, and we saw his Sh’khinah, the Sh’khinah of the FATHER’s only SON, full of grace and truth. Joh 1:15 Yochanan witnessed concerning him when he cried out, “This is the man I was talking about when I said, ‘The one coming after me has come to rank ahead of me, because he existed before me.’ “ Joh 1:16 We have all received from his fullness, yes, grace upon grace. Joh 1:17 For the Torah was given through Moshe; grace and truth came through YESHUA THE MESSIAH

All Majesty, Glory and Honor Belong to YESHUA Our King Read Psalm 119: 153-160.

Resh) Look at my distress, and rescue me, for I do not forget your Torah(119:153).

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