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Wednesday, 1 March 2017

'Obliterate' and 'Grace' Same Value in Gematria



So who would think 'obliterate' and 'grace' have the same numerical value in gematria........thinking back have we heard the term 'oblliterate' being used in political terminology?

What if 'grace' be given instead?

Sometimes in the negative is also a positive but if any are the reject the truth from wherever it comes from, we reject what is relevant for us all...We live in the time of the law of grace..But what in reatity is being obliterated ....look at this word carefully again - ob means denoting exposure or openmess .;;literate.,means to be able to read and write...........Education is valued by some peoples and not by others but to learn for understanding is beyond delivered information

This information came to me while listening to a video...

The meaning of Obliterate is explained as the following:

  1. destroy utterly; wipe out.
    "the memory was so painful that he obliterated it from his mind"
    synonyms:destroy, wipe out, annihilate, exterminate, extirpate, demolish, eliminate, eradicate, kill, decimate, liquidate, wipe off the face of the earth, wipe off the map;
    informalzap
    "a nuclear explosion that would obliterate a city"
    antonyms:create, establish
    • make invisible or indistinct; conceal or cover.
      "clouds were darkening, obliterating the sun"
    • cancel (something, especially a postage stamp) to prevent further use.
      "the special stamp should be placed on the left-hand side and not be used to obliterate the postage stamp"
      synonyms:erase, eradicate, expunge, efface, blot out, rub out, wipe out, remove all traces of, blank out, block out, delete, strike out, cancel, cross out, ink out, score out
      "the memory was so painful that he obliterated it from his mind"
Sometimes the examination and re-examination of words and expressions invite us to consider a greater understanding....ie to wipe out 'the memory was so painful that he obliterated it from his mind'
Regarding Grace this is what is writtten for the meaning

smoothness and elegance of movement.
"she moved through the water with effortless grace"
synonyms:elegance, stylishness, poise, finesse, charm; More
gracefulness, dexterity, adroitness;
deftness, fluidity of movement, fluency, flow, suppleness, smoothness, ease, effortlessness, naturalness, neatness, precision, agility, nimbleness, light-footedness;
informalpoetry in motion;
rareflowingness, lightsomeness
"she has the natural grace of a ballerina"
antonyms:stiffness, inelegance

  1. 2.
    courteous good will.
    "he had the good grace to apologize to her afterwards"
    synonyms:courtesy, courteousness, politeness, manners, good manners, mannerliness, civility, decorum, decency, propriety, breeding, respect, respectfulness; More
    humorouscouth
    "he at least had the grace to look sheepish"
    antonyms:effrontery
    • an attractively polite manner of behaving.
      plural noun: graces
      "she has all the social graces"
  2. 3.
    (in Christian belief) the free and unmerited favour of God, as manifested in the salvation of sinners and the bestowal of blessings.
  3. 4.
    a period officially allowed for payment of a sum due or for compliance with a law or condition, especially an extended period granted as a special favour.
    "we'll give them 30 days' grace and then we'll be doing checks"
    synonyms:deferment, deferral, postponement, suspension, putting off/back, adjournment, delay, shelving, rescheduling, interruption, arrest, pause; More
    tabling;
    rareput-off
    "they have been given five days' grace to decide"
  4. 5.
    a short prayer of thanks said before or after a meal.
    synonyms:prayer of thanks, thanksgiving, blessing, benediction
    "say grace"
  5. 6.
    used as forms of description or address for a duke, duchess, or archbishop.
    "His Grace, the Duke of Atholl"
  6. 7.
    (in Greek mythology) three beautiful goddesses (Aglaia, Thalia, and Euphrosyne) believed to personify and bestow charm, grace, and beauty.
verb
verb: grace; 3rd person present: graces; past tense: graced; past participle: graced; gerund or present participle: gracing
  1. 1.
    bring honour or credit to (someone or something) by one's attendance or participation.
    "he is one of the best players ever to have graced the game"
    synonyms:dignify, distinguish, add distinction to, add dignity to, honour, bestow honour on, favour, enhance, add lustre to, magnify, ennoble, glorify, elevate, make lofty, aggrandize, upgrade
    "the occasion was graced by the presence of Lady Thomson"
We have for a long time known of the negatives in so many situations and even people that if we ignore the positive especially about lands and people, then easily can our ability to percieve becomes flawed.
We can hope that in the end, good will come from bad situations and certainly learning does take place. In my own situation of enduring legal corruption with refusal to address their crimes, the legal system would rather bury their corruption than correct their wrongs....and I can equal that there are people who would rather give toxins for symptoms of illness rather than address the root cause...
While I trained to asist healing and am spiritual - the legal system were at ease to show they are able to corrupt the court and the laws with no regard for the multitues of people affected by this. And as a time when when greed and lust for power prevails...we only need to wait til we see the wrath of God - or in the world where God is being removed, - see the Law of Nature, in context. claim back this world again.
 We are told in the scriptures all things will be made new.
DIVINE GRACE
'Divine grace is a theological term present in many religions. It has been defined as the divine influence which operates in humans to regenerate and sanctify, to inspire virtuous impulses, and to impart strength to endure trial and resist temptation;[1] and as an individual virtue or excellence of divine origin'Grace in 
'Christianity is the free and unmerited favour of God as manifested in the salvation of sinners and the bestowing of blessings
 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_grace
It really is by no accident that Jesus has revealed himself many times when this is the time of God's promise.  We learn of the Lost sheep of Israel...I was lost, and became lost by following a path in life that would never be fulfilling mentally emotionally physically or spiritually. Then again all this learning was necessary.
We all have a spiritual purpose - a preordained destiny..
Sometimes what is not right in our lives had to be completely put to the side. We might even go through life thinking we are doing right when suddenly all our plans are blown apart. If this is done by evil intention, that is OK God has a greater plan for your life...If you are called to serve Him, trust Him. 
God allows evil to flourish for his purpose too - so it seems.
And if we make a promsie to God, we are expected to fulfill it
It is not a good idea to be planning wars to kill innocents - mass human sacrifice. And quickly the society is suffering with a people willing to do anything to be paid, willing to rob and arrest, fine and prosecute innocent people of man's laws...what laws are these exactly? - Do they really have any lawful merit?
Seems as if a load of distracting is taking place..
Oppressing people for conformity - ruling by deception - Satanism too..
It is not a good idea to be mocking God ...not now anyway.
Promoting fear and terror is calculated psychological warefare. 
There are people reacting in our world to the evil one and evil that is taking place. Some react with anger and violence, some react with prayer/ The prayer for the whole world to be healed and everyone realise a higher consicousness so as to want to relinquish power and control - perhaps humanity can be saved. 
Then again perhaps not. Not everyone will repent..
To obliterate evil might not be with weapons of war - perhaps the power of prayer has its place if being more powerful - but Grace comes from God and from Jesus Christ His Only Be-gotten son
And how it suits people to change the truth....It is one thing to disbelieve and even to doubt, but it becomes dangerous for the truth to be changed....and yet God had his plan to preserve mankind too.
The masses suffer because of ignorance but in some way, if poeple turn their hearts and minds to seek the truth even in prayer, to ask God for guidance and protection, the truth from God is not something to be frightened of. And if anyone is dismissing the Holy Scriptures saying they are not valid, perhaps they are under the influence so not to see what is written to understnad the Promise God made to save his people. But if we reject God...how can we be saved and preserved in truth? We cannot...
It is time to obliterate the lie and distortions ...this comes by interpretation of a language that we might not understand and fearing because someone might dress differently and come from another land.
It si time to obliterate the spell that is cast over the people.
We are many who know the suffering cause of  man's law..
Yet the Law of Grace is validated through Jesus Christ.
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There are those who hate Jesus.....that is their choice.
If people hate and reject Jesus...they hate and reject God
We are a growing number of partakers in God's Promise.
Truth is truth and truth does not change. 
Peace be with you
Pauline Maria

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