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This article is the 24th in a series of articles dealing with the spiritual events --- as prophesied by the Lord in Matthew 24 --- that are already taking place prior to the coming of the Son of Man. This article will share on the words spoken by the Lord in Matthew 24:46-47.

 

Index

A heuristic connection

Angelic transition

Selling possessions

From the bottom up

Jair, Machir, and the sons of Manasseh

The Philadelphia-Laodicea restoration

The Nobah renaming

Noah multiplied

The renaming of daughters

Conclusion




A heuristic connection

In Matthew 24:46, the Lord declares the following:

 

"Blessed is that servant, whom his lord when he cometh shall find so doing" (Matthew 24:46)

 

The word "servant" was translated from the Greek word doulos, which, as we have shared before, points to the prophetic endowment. Hence, the Lord is emphasising the prophetic-sacrifice component of the "male" angels described in Matthew 24:45. The word "find" was translated from the Greek verb heurisko, from which the English word "heuristic" is derived. Hence, it has the connotation of a random find not based on established rules or protocols but more on instinct, which, as we have shared before, points to the prophetic. As we have also shared before, the prophetic endowment is the one most directly related with God's anointing and closeness with Him This means that the connection that will be established between God and us (if we are faithful and wise servants) will be based on God having encountered someone who shares the same Anointing that is inside of Him. This connection will not be established primarily on external parameters such as church affiliation, religious denomination, or laws observed. Instead, it will be established by the Lord appearing in a certain place, standing there, and perceiving the atmosphere around Him, perceiving who has His Anointing and who does not. This is how the Lord will heuristically find those whom the Lord shall bless. May those who have spiritual ears discern what the Lord is saying through this.

 

The word "doing" at the end of Matthew 24:46 was translated from the Greek verb poeio, which literally means to "put into practice". Therefore, it speaks of people in spiritual action, as opposed to spiritually passive people. As we saw in the previous posting, this refers to the "angelic actions" that we are to carry out as we mature, actions which most of the Church fail to do even as it tires itself out in endless religious activities. Thus, the Anointing that establishes our connection with the Lord upon His Coming is one that produces forceful spiritual actions, meaning that it is not passive in nature. Said another way, the connection that God will establish as He encounters His faithful and wise servants will not be based on a passive "label" on the believer that says "Christian" or "church member" but rather on an active essence that inevitably produces palpable angelic results when it is truly there.

 

Angelic transition

In Matthew 24:47, the Lord then declares the following:

 

"Verily I say unto you, That he shall make him ruler over all his goods." (Matthew 24:47)

 

The word "say" above was translated from the Greek verb lego, which is the verb form of the noun logos, and, as we have shared before, logos refers to words of apostolic judgement. Thus, the Lord goes from a statement that emphasises the prophetic (v46) to a statement that begins by emphasising His apostolic judgements.

 

The phrase "make him ruler over" was translated from the Greek verb kathistemi meaning "to establish" and the word epi meaning "above, over". Hence, a better translation than the KJV would read "shall establish him over". As we have studied before, the word kathistemi is related to the establishing of foundations, which, in turn, points to the apostolic endowment. The word epi, on the other hand, points towards height, which, in this context, points to the evangelistic of tallness and conquest. Thus, the Lord transitions from apostolic words of judging and establishing His remnant into an evangelistic word of conquest.

 

The word "goods" at the end of Matthew 24:47 was translated from the noun hyparchonta, which is derived from the prefix hypo meaning "under" and the word archon meaning "ruler, chief". Hence, hyparchonta speaks of something "under the dominion of a king", which once again points to the evangelistic endowment of kingship and conquest. Thus, it is no coincidence that hyparchonta appears mostly (8 out of 14 verses) in the Gospel of Luke, which is the Gospel written from the Evangelistic, Ox Face. Its only other appearances in the 4 Gospels are 3 verses in the Gospel of Matthew, which is the Gospel written from the Apostolic, Lion Face, which correlates with the transition from the "apostolic" to the "evangelistic" in Matthew 24:47.

 

As we have shared before, angels are apostle-evangelists, meaning that Matthew 24:46-47 illustrates a transition from our prophetic connection to God in verse 46 to angelic actions of judgement and conquest in verse 47.

 

Selling possessions

Interestingly, most of the appearances of hyparchonta are in the context of sacrificing temporal possessions to possess eternal ones, as in the following passages:

 

"Jesus said unto him, If thou wilt be perfect, go and sell that thou hast, and give to the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and come and follow me." (Matthew 19:21)

[The phrase "that thou hast" was translated from hyparchonta. This is the first time that hyparchonta is used in Scripture.]

 

"And Joanna the wife of Chuza Herod's steward, and Susanna, and many others, which ministered unto him of their substance" (Luke 8:3)

[The word "substance" was translated from hyparchonta]

 

"Sell that ye have, and give alms; provide yourselves bags which wax not old, a treasure in the heavens that faileth not, where no thief approacheth, neither moth corrupteth" (Luke 12:33)

[The phrase "that ye have" was translated from hyparchonta]

 

"So likewise, whosoever he be of you that forsaketh not all that he hath, he cannot be my disciple" (Luke 14:33)

[The phrase "that he hath" was translated from hyparchonta]

 

"For ye had compassion of me in my bonds, and took joyfully the spoiling of your goods, knowing in yourselves that ye have in heaven a better and an enduring substance" (Hebrews 10:34)

[The word "goods" was translated from hyparchonta]

 

The above verses reveal that those who shall be established over all of God's possessions (hyparchonta) shall be the ones who were willing to prophetically sacrifice their own temporal possessions in order to carry out the apostolic-evangelistic angelic actions that God's Kingdom required. The above also reveal that there is no sin in expecting a recompense from God as a result of our righteous sacrifices. Even though there is clearly an eternal recompense guaranteed from God, there is also an expectation of recompense in the natural realm:

 

"28 Then Peter began to say unto him, Lo, we have left all, and have followed thee. 29 And Jesus answered and said, Verily I say unto you, There is no man that hath left house, or brethren, or sisters, or father, or mother, or wife, or children, or lands, for my sake, and the gospel’s, 30 But he shall receive an hundredfold now in this time, houses, and brethren, and sisters, and mothers, and children, and lands, with persecutions; and in the world to come eternal life." (Mark 10:28-30)

 

From the bottom up

It is interesting to consider the fact the word hyparchonta is derived from the verb hyparcho, a peculiar verb that can be translated in various ways. Just like hyparchonta, hyparcho is derived from the suffix hypo meaning "under" and the word archon meaning "ruler, chief". The word archon is, in turn, derived from the word arche meaning "beginning, principality". Hence, it has the connotation of a place from which something begins. Because of this, the verb hyparcho can literally be translated as "begins from below". As far as this writer is aware, there is no equivalent word for hyparcho either in English or in most Western languages. Because of this, hyparcho is normally watered down to the verb "to be" in the KJV and most other English translations. This choice of translation derives from the fact that hyparcho speaks of something that comes into "visible being" as it emerges from underneath, like a plant appearing on the visible surface as it sprouts and rises from the ground.

 

To gain a better understanding of hyparcho and how it relates to hyparchonta and Matthew 24:47, consider the following verse, where it is translated as "was":

 

"And, behold, there came a man named Jairus, and he was a ruler of the synagogue: and he fell down at Jesus' feet, and besought him that he would come into his house" (Luke 8:41)

 

Interestingly, the word "ruler" was translated from archon. Hence, the original Greek text actually contains what would appear to be a redundancy of the word archon when it states that Jairus hyparcho-ed ("was") the archon ("ruler") of the synagogue. This apparent redundancy reveals a fundamental spiritual principle that underlies the message in Matthew 24:47. This principle becomes apparent when we meditate on "Jairus", the name of the man who "began from beneath" to be chief of the synagogue.

 

The name "Jairus" literally means "whom God enlightens". This speaks of people who receive revelation from God, which points to the apostolic endowment, since that is the endowment most directly related to wisdom and with the opening up of deep mysteries. As we have shared before, this is also the endowment most directly related to the laying of foundations, meaning that it is the one most directly linked to edifying from the bottom up. This correlates with the concept of someone "beginning from below", as expressed by the verb hyparcho. As we shared above, the word archon is most directly related to the evangelistic endowment of kingship. Thus, the phrase in the Greek text (Jairus hyparcho-ed the archon) speaks of someone who rises to tall evangelistic kingship from the depths of apostolic foundation-laying. Since, as we have shared before, the ministry most directly related to "smallness" is the apostolic endowment, we can say that the Lord is speaking of exalting to kingly heights the "small" ones who are willing to go down low to lay deep foundations of righteousness and judgement. This notion of rising from the depth of foundation-laying is reinforced by the use in Scripture of the name "Jair", the Hebrew form of the Greek name "Jairus".

 

Jair, Machir, and the sons of Manasseh

The first time that the name "Jair" appears in Scripture is in verse 41 (again) of the following passage:

 

"39 And the children of Machir the son of Manasseh went to Gilead, and took it, and dispossessed the Amorite which was in it. 40 And Moses gave Gilead unto Machir the son of Manasseh; and he dwelt therein. 41 And Jair the son of Manasseh went and took the small towns thereof, and called them Havothjair. 42 And Nobah went and took Kenath, and the villages thereof, and called it Nobah, after his own name." (Numbers 32:39-42)

 

Notice how this passage speaks of the sons of Manasseh dispossessing the Amorites in the land of Gilead. As we have shared before, Amorites are "evangelists gone bad", meaning that they are the distorted version of evangelistic conquerors. As such, Amorites and evangelists often tend to go head-to-head in battles of spiritual domination, for evangelists are the ones best suited to tear down the Amorites' strongholds in order to establish the strongholds of God. This means that the sons of Manasseh were acting in the evangelistic endowment as they took down the Amorites to possess the land once held by them.

 

The fact that the passage above begins by speaking of the sons of Machir has spiritual significance. The name Machir means "sold", which points to how Joseph (the father of Manasseh) was sold into slavery as a prophetic sacrifice through which his entire family would eventually be rescued. This points to the emphasis on the prophetic made in Matthew 24:46 (studied above). The name Manasseh, on the other hand, points to the apostolic endowment, for, as we have studied before, the name "Manasseh", which literally means "causing to forget", speaks of the spirit of apostolic judgements that the Church has so conveniently forgotten as it focuses on pastoral and matriarchal feel-good "gooeyness". Ironically, as the Church endeavours to forget the unrighteousness that she is unwilling to judge, God cannot forget it and simply pretend as if it is not there, for God can only "forget" it when it is dealt with through righteous, consuming judgements. When the apostolic Jairs finally rise up and are given evangelistic dominion over the realm of man, God will finally "forget" the massive spiritual unrighteousness wrought by the matriarchy of the soul on Earth. This is why the passage above speaks of Machir dispossessing the Amorites from Gilead, given that, as we have shared before, Gilead points to the "balm of Gilead" and to the unrighteous pastoral soothing and protection of unrighteousness that the judgement-hating pastoral matriarchy is so wont to doing. When the remnant remove the Canaanite pastoral ministry's Amorite dominion in Gilead, God will forget all that has happened, and the healing and righteous soothing of the Earth shall begin.

 

The Philadelphia-Laodicea restoration

Numbers 32:41 above declares that Jair, the son of Manasseh, went and took the "small towns" in Gilead. The phrase "small towns" was slightly mistranslated from the Hebrew word chavvah, which literally means "village". As we have shared before, 2 of the 7 evil spirits, the Perizzites and the Hivites, are "village" spirits, one being a "poor villager" spirit that kills dreams and visions (the Perizzites) and the other being a "rich villager" spirit that steers people towards the hedonistic enjoyment of riches with no vision beyond that. In a sense, it can be said that these 2 spirits are spirits of "blindness", for one kills visions of grandeur in the future and the other blinds people to seeing only the things that further their self-indulgence (preventing them using their available riches to do greater things). This is why Numbers 32:41 speaks of Jair targeting the villages of blindness-induced darkness, since the name Jair literally means "he enlightens". In other words, as apostolic righteousness establishes evangelistic dominion over the Earth, the light of God's truth will penetrate these villages of spiritual darkness and drive out the Perizzite and Hivite spirits, allowing the 2 Spirits of God that they hinder, the Spirit of Dreams of Visions (Philadelphia) and the Spirit of Prosperity (Laodicea) to flourish in God's people. As we have briefly shared before, these 2 Spirits are intricately linked to the evangelistic endowment (in a wondrous way). Therefore, we can say that the rise of the apostolic to establish evangelistic dominion is intimately related to God's remnant tapping into the Spirit of Philadelphia and the Spirit of Laodicea to exercise evangelistic dominion over the Earth. When this happens, the Perizzite and Hivite villages that have littered the Earth due to the pastoral matriarchy shall become villages of light, which is what the name "Havoth-Jair" embodies. Fellow believer, those will be wonderful times indeed.

 

The Nobah renaming

Numbers 32:42 then declares that, after Jair went and took the villages of Gilead and renamed them "Havoth-Jair", Nobah went and took Kenath and its "villages" and renamed it after his own name. The name Nobah literally means "barking", which naturally points to dogs, which in turn point to the Canaanite spirit in a negative sense and to the pastoral endowment in a positive sense. To better understand the meaning of Nobah in the passage above, we must consider that Nobah, which only appears in 2 verses of Scripture, is derived from the verb nabach meaning "to bark". Interestingly, nabach only appears in one verse of Scripture, in verse 10 of the passage, translated as "bark":

 

"10 His watchmen are blind: they are all ignorant, they are all dumb dogs, they cannot bark; sleeping, lying down, loving to slumber. 11 Yea, they are greedy dogs which can never have enough, and they are shepherds that cannot understand: they all look to their own way, every one for his gain, from his quarter. 12 Come ye, say they, I will fetch wine, and we will fill ourselves with strong drink; and to morrow shall be as this day, and much more abundant." (Isaiah 56:10-12)

 

Notice how the verse speaks of the unrighteous dogs (i.e. shepherds or "pastors") not barking. Hence, we can conclude that the word nabach is used in its only appearance to refer to righteous barking, i.e. "dog barking" that is appropriate for the pastoral ministry. In other words, nabach refers to pastoral service that is in accordance with God's will and purposes, as opposed to the "pastoral service" provided by the Church's matriarchal pastors, who, as verse 11 and 12 above reveal, are focused on serving themselves instead of serving God's people. Notice that verses 11 and 12 have a strong connotation of Hivite self-indulgence, which correlates with the references to spiritual villages in Numbers 32:41-42.

 

Thus, we can conclude from Isaiah 56:10-12 that Nobah in Numbers 32:42 refers to the pastoral endowment finally being exercised in a way that is in accordance with God's will and purpose. The fact that Nobah took Kenath has important spiritual significance. The name Kenath literally means "possession" and is derived from the verb qanah meaning "to get, acquire, buy, possess" and is almost identical in Hebrew to the verb qana meaning "to envy, be jealous, zealous", from which the word "Cananite" in the name "Simon the Cananite" (Matthew 10:4, Mark 3:18) is derived. As we have shared on Twitter, the 12 apostles selected by the Lord during His earthly ministry correlate with the 12 tribes of Israel, with the apostle known as "Simon the Cananite" correlating with the tribe of Joseph. Hence, Numbers 32:42 reinforces the spiritual connection between Simon the Cananite and Joseph, since Manasseh was one of the sons of Joseph and the father of one of the two half-tribes of Israel that correspond to Joseph.

 

As we also shared on Twitter, the 12 tribes of Israel also correlate with each of the 12 "racial groups" that humanity can be divided into, with Simon the Cananite corresponding with "Indians", meaning that he correlates with a racial group that can have very dark skin and who are descendants of Ham (at least in the natural), as opposed to being descendants of Shem or Japheth. The name "Ham" literally means "hot" and speaks in a spiritual sense of people who express more intense emotions than other people normally would. As you may know, even people of a light skin colour can have their skin "darkened" by heating it through exposure to the sun. Thus, the oft-darker skin of the literal sons of Ham is a physical manifestation of their "hotness", i.e. their propensity to express and be overtaken by their emotions in a way that is not as common in the sons of Japheth (white Europeans) and the lighter-skinned sons of Shem (the Jewish people). This means that the sons of Ham are more naturally inclined to express strong emotional zeal for what they believe in than the sons of Japheth or Shem. Unfortunately, the sons of Ham (as revealed by Ham's behaviour in Genesis 9) are hateful of God's apostolic judgements and are the main factor behind the domination of the anti-judgement Canaanite spirit on Earth. Because of this, their stronger emotional zeal usually degrades into unrighteous passions and emotion-based judgement and vitriol that is contrary to God's wisdom. Because they hate judgements, the sons of Ham hate to be "restricted" by invisible laws and principles, and, as such, are prone to expressions of emotion that are inappropriately unrestrained. As a result, the sons of Ham have turned "expressions of emotional zeal" into something that is generally unrighteous and that reveals a lack of "self-control". This is why the sons of Japheth (and Shem), especially the ones who are strongly inclined towards apostolic or Jebusite judgements, generally find strong expressions of emotional zeal to be "distasteful" and a "sign of immaturity". This is also why Jesus' zealous outburst at the Temple (during which He overturned tables and chairs and chased people out with a whip) seems so "unrighteous" and "spiritually inappropriate" on the surface, especially to those who have an inclination towards "obedience" and "submission" to things spiritual (this writer knows that an overwhelming majority of "Christians" would have strongly condemned Yeshua for what He did at the Temple if they had been living then, approving of it now only because they see the story written in the Bible and "know" that it was the historical Jesus, the "officially-sanctioned Messiah", who did this).

 

In these latter days, however, the strong emotional zeal that has been hijacked by the Canaanite Hamites will be restored unto the Kingdom of God by His remnant. It is God's faithful remnant who are currently manifesting the "spiritually inappropriate" zeal of God as they wage intense and bitter spiritual battle against the pastoral matriarchy that has been profaning the name of God on Earth (Ezekiel 36:23). The remnant of God know that "political correctness" and "calm, rational dialogue" are utterly useless in the battle to restore humanity from its long oppression under the soul matriarchy. God's remnant know that it takes the spiritually violent and "hateful" zeal of Phineas to rid the Church of the hyenas that rule it with treacherous passive-aggressive deception:

 

"6 And, behold, one of the children of Israel came and brought unto his brethren a Midianitish woman in the sight of Moses, and in the sight of all the congregation of the children of Israel, who were weeping before the door of the tabernacle of the congregation. 7 And when Phinehas, the son of Eleazar, the son of Aaron the priest, saw it, he rose up from among the congregation, and took a javelin in his hand; 8 And he went after the man of Israel into the tent, and thrust both of them through, the man of Israel, and the woman through her belly. So the plague was stayed from the children of Israel. 9 And those that died in the plague were twenty and four thousand. 10 And the LORD spake unto Moses, saying, 11 Phinehas, the son of Eleazar, the son of Aaron the priest, hath turned my wrath away from the children of Israel, while he was zealous for my sake among them, that I consumed not the children of Israel in my jealousy. 12 Wherefore say, Behold, I give unto him my covenant of peace: 13 And he shall have it, and his seed after him, even the covenant of an everlasting priesthood; because he was zealous for his God, and made an atonement for the children of Israel. 14 Now the name of the Israelite that was slain, even that was slain with the Midianitish woman, was Zimri, the son of Salu, a prince of a chief house among the Simeonites. 15 And the name of the Midianitish woman that was slain was Cozbi, the daughter of Zur; he was head over a people, and of a chief house in Midian." (Numbers 25:6-15)

 

Thus, we can conclude that, in Numbers 25:42, the Lord is declaring that a righteous pastoral endowment, i.e. Nobah, will take back the strong manifestations of emotional zeal, i.e. Kenath, from the Canaanites who have given it a bad name. By renaming Kenath to his own name, Nobah was in effect declaring that he was returning the qana manifestations of zeal to those who operate under the "male" endowments, for that is the only time when such manifestations have a legitimate chance to be used in righteousness. Any strong emotional manifestations left after that were then renamed to "barking" (i.e. Nobah), meaning that whatever strong emotional manifestations were done under the "female" endowment of pastor would be used to perform duties of pastoral protection, as when a dog forcefully barks to protect the masters that it serves and as when a dog (acting as a prophetic-pastoral green-horse watchman) barks to warn those whom it serves of oncoming danger. Once Nobah has taken Kenath and renamed it to Nobah, any strong emotional manifestations done under the "female" endowments will be recognised as the bark of a faithful dog, and not as the barked commands of a "higher lord". Thus, when such barking happens in an inappropriate way in those days, it will be recognised as the barking of a soul trying to rule over the Spirit, and it will no longer be confused with the qana expression of a soul that is crying out for the submission of the soul to the Spirit.

 

Noah multiplied

As we have shared before, the only time that Noah is quoted in Scripture is when he pronounced the curse on Canaanite Ham (Genesis 9:24-27). When Noah's words are judged using the current matriarchal, soulish standards of the Church, they become nothing more than expressions of "hatred" and "unforgiveness", as well as proof of how "unmerciful" the "Old Testament" was (even when there was no such thing as the "Old Testament" or "Old Covenant" in Noah's days). Noah's "outburst", however, reveals the judgement-laden intensity of Noah's character, which is what actually endeared him to God and turned him into the person appointed by God to "reset humanity". Thus, it is no coincidence, as we consider what we shared in the previous section, that the names "Nobah" and "Noah" are almost identical in Hebrew. Just as in English, both names differ by only one letter in Hebrew (the letter bet, ב, equivalent to "b" in English). This similarity between the names "Noah" and "Nobah" reveals that, in the latter days, righteous outbursts such as Noah's in Genesis 9:24-27 shall no longer be seen as "ungodly" and "of the flesh" but, rather, as manifestations of qana-nite zeal (not Canaanite disarray).

 

Interestingly, both the words for "son" (ben) and "daughter" (bath) start with the letter bet (ב) in Hebrew. Therefore, the name "Nobah" reveals that, in the latter days, when apostolic Jair rises up to evangelistic dominion, Noah shall finally have a multitude of sons and daughters speaking words of righteous judgement in qana-nite zeal, just like him, and God's judgements shall rule over the Earth.

 

"8 Yea, in the way of thy judgments, O LORD, have we waited for thee; the desire of our soul is to thy name, and to the remembrance of thee. 9 With my soul have I desired thee in the night; yea, with my spirit within me will I seek thee early: for when thy judgments are in the earth, the inhabitants of the world will learn righteousness." (Isaiah 26:8-9)

 

"5 Remember his marvellous works that he hath done; his wonders, and the judgments of his mouth; 6 O ye seed of Abraham his servant, ye children of Jacob his chosen. 7 He is the LORD our God: his judgments are in all the earth." (Psalm 105:5-7)

 

The renaming of daughters

It is worth noting a "small" but important detail that gets lost in the translation of Numbers 32:42. The word "villages" in the phrase, "Nobah went and took Kenath and the villages thereof" was mistranslated from the Hebrew word bath, which literally means "daughter". Thus, it is interesting that the Hebrew word that actually means "village", chavvah, was mistranslated in the KJV as "small town" in one verse (Numbers 32:41), and a word that does not mean "village" is translated as such in the next. As we have shared before, such mistranslations are actually reflections of issues in the souls of those doing the translation. Whenever anything in the original text explicitly or subtly threatens something dear to their souls, translators are prone to adjusting the translation until the threat disappears. Many times, this "well-intentioned" adjusting happens subconsciously within the translator because of the deep spiritual reactions that God's Logos tends to evoke. Such soul-motivated translations would not happen, however, if the translators were willing to see every word and letter uttered by God with reverential fear and if they were willing to accept His words even if their natural minds do not understand them. The question then becomes, Why did the KJV translators (and most translators) not use the word "village" when they had to (Numbers 32:41) and use it when they did not have to (Numbers 32:42)? The answer for using "small town" instead of "village" in Numbers 32:41 is because the capture of "villages" does not seem as glamorous or praiseworthy as the capture of "small towns". They knew that they could not use the word "cities", since the text clearly did not say or insinuate the capture of "cities", so they settled on "small towns" as a compromise. In doing so, however, they stripped the verse of the "village-spirit" message that was embedded within it. Thus, instead of "helping God" by making Jair's success more glamorous, they ended up hindering God's intended message. In Numbers 32:42, most translators resort to the word "villages" because they figure that the word "daughters" that appears in the original text would "make no sense" at all, especially to the "modern reader". It is true that, in the Hebrew language, there was a tendency to use the word for "daughter" after the name of a city to refer to the city's surrounding villages (as explained in meaning No. 4 of the page for bath on biblehub.com). However, the fact that the concept of "daughter" that God inspired into the heart of the writer of Numbers was ripped away shows how little zeal most translators have for God's logos and for the way that God chooses to express Himself. By using the word "daughter" in Numbers 32:42, the Lord was emphasising two concepts: femininity and dependence on a superior. The femininity component of the word "daughter" points to how Nobah spiritually cleared up the distinction between "male", spiritual qana expressions of zeal and "female", soulish expressions of unrighteous emotionalism. In other words, the word "daughter" in Numbers 32:42 is expressing that those within the influence of the place called "Kenath" were actually "female" but were named with a name that was actually "male", which is why Nobah renamed them with a name that is clearly "female" (Nobah), since it points to the barking of a spiritually "female" pastoral dog. The dependence-on-a-superior component of the word "daughter", on the other hand, points to how pastors use their spiritual "barking" to establish superiority over those under their care and to create a permanent state of dependence on them. All of this done has been done under the guise of "male" spirituality, when it has in actuality been the actions of unrighteous souls endeavouring to suppress the "male" spirit nature of those under their care, permanently attempting to keep the Yeshua in each believer as a little baby, since, as the paintings of the daemons "St. Anthony" and the Whore Mary show, it is easier to keep Yeshua under control when He can be held like a baby. By renaming the "daughters" of the region from the spiritually "male" name of "Kenath" to the spiritually "female" and pastoral name of "Nobah", the Lord was declaring that the pastoral endowment does involve taking care of people who are in a state of weakness or dependence (as when young daughters depend on their parents), but that such a state is temporary, as when daughters eventually grow up, leave the parents who have cared for them, and start a life of their own.

 

Conclusion

From all of the above, we can conclude that the verb hyparcho points to the rise of those who exercise apostolic judgements to places of evangelistic dominance. These Jairs will dispossess the matriarchal Amorites who have ruled the Church and the world, allowing for the release of the Spirits of Philadelphia and Laodicea to replace the Perizzite and Hivite spirits that have prevented the rise of a true atmosphere of peace and prosperity. As this happens, the qana-nite manifestations of emotional zeal will be rescued from the matriarchal Canaanites that have hijacked it. "Qananite" expressions under a genuine "male" endowment will be recognised as legitimate expressions, and strong emotional expressions under a "female" endowment will be recognised as the barking of a dog, whose only legitimate purpose is to protect its masters and prophetically warn of danger ahead. This is what the Lord meant when He declares in Matthew 24:47 that He shall establish (kathistemi) His faithful and wise servants over all His possessions (hyparchonta). In short, the Lord was prophesying the rise of "Jairus" to rulership over the synagogue and the takeover of Gilead by Jair and the sons of Manasseh, who will cause God to forget the Church's unrighteousness that has kept His presence away from the Earth, an unrighteousness that has been sustained by the Church's "forgetfulness" of God's Judgement Nature.

 

The rise of the Jairs and the restoration of the Earth's peace and prosperity, however, will require that these apostolic-evangelistic servants allow themselves to be sold ("Machir") in prophetic sacrifice first, just as Joseph did to undo the damage that pastor Rachel had done to Jacob; this is the message behind Matthew 24:46. The prophetic anointing that comes with such a sacrifice is what the Lord God will connect with as He descends on the Earth and perceives the spiritual atmosphere in order to heuristically locate those who are in possession of this (unfortunately) uncommon anointing.

 

{The next article is called "The kakos servant v. Gabriel"}