The Voice of the Lord…

Early this week, a good friend of mine contacted me to ask if I would review and give some thoughts on a paper he was researching regarding the ‘voice’ of the Lord. I immediately jumped at the chance.

Over the last six or seven years on this blog, I have shared much that I have learned concerning the Angel of the Lord and the Memra de Yeya as evidences of the presence of Yeshua in the Torah. Other evidences have teased my mind, but I haven’t pursued for lack of time. Well, here is a terrific article that opens additional windows shedding light on the Messiah in the Torah!

The Voice of the Lord

I highly recommend this article and encourage reviewing the above linked topics!

Shabbat Shalom!

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2 Responses to The Voice of the Lord…

  1. Interesting stuff.
    I know the word קול/kol (voice, sound, noise).
    Also in Eetro/יתרו/Jethro at Exodus19:16: “On the third day when it was morning, there was a קול/voice, sound, noise and lightning and a heavy cloud on the mountain, and the “קול”of the shofar was very powerful, and all the people that were in the camp shuddered.”
    Exodus 20:15: “All the people SAW the “קול” and the flames, the “קול” of the shofar and the smoking mountain; the people saw and trembled and stood from afar.”

    This “קול” voice, sound, noise was so powerful that the people could see it! It reminds me somewhat of a supersonic aircraft breaking the sound barrier, where the sheer force of the sound explodes, breaking windows, throwing your hair back and pulling your cheeks away as a centrifugal force would do. Something like we’ve not witnessed, but it made the people scared enough that they didn’t want to hear directly from Master יהוה Elohim, but would rather that Moshe be their go between intermediary.

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  2. I was reading from my Tanach. I now see that in the Tanach, where I quoted from Exodus 20:15 is actually Exodus 20:18 in a Christian Bible.

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