Thursday, 15 September 2011


Earlier this evening the LORD God said 'Six months, big move'. While bathing I was shown the week of JAKIM that is mentioned in the Dead Sea Scrolls. In 1 Chronicles 8:19, Jakim was also known as SHEMA.

The name Jakim comes from the verb qum meaning to rise up or stand.

It can also indicate the start of a journey, paying attention or
giving testimony.

In the Torah it is in relation to the prophet Deu 34:10. Judge in Judges 10:1.

Well there you go it is also to do with the covenant being established and or maintained.

This link also states that it is featured in the Aramaic translation on Mark 5:41 and it written that Jesus said it when he raised up the child from by saying, 'talitha kum'. He was saying my name and in Aramaic.

It is translated as "Little girl, I say to you, get up." [2] How beautiful.

Of course it is also found in ELIAKIM as well. Jakim is the Anglicized spelling of the Hebrew
Yakim and it means the same as ELIAKIM, 'God will establish'.' 'God will raise up'.

The fact that kum was used when healing the child and raising it up, we can view JAKIM week,
as the week of healing children and raising them up.

The covenant for the children was delivered on the 9th of September
2007, just before the eclipse on Rosh Hashanah.

So today, is the last day of the week, of the 4th anniversary, of the
celebration of life of the covenant. Clearly, the heavenly Father was
not going to let me forget the children's blessing.

Love beyond measure for the children.




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