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GOD has not forgotten you. HE has not left you. Reach for HIM, take hold of HIM. Never let HIM go. HE will be better than your best dreams, greater than  your wildest imaginations.  Learn HIS Ways, trust HIM, rest in HIM. With GOD, everything, everything is going to be alright!.

Isaiah 60:1 Arise, shine; for thy light is come,  and The Glory of THE  LORD is risen upon thee.”

A Kingdom of Priests

The Heart of The Matter

We are a Kingdom of Priests. What does that Look Like? How does It function?  Important to know who you are to be and become, because you are called, positioned, and expected to fulfill that High Calling on your Life, me too.

First, every kingdom has a King. And The Kingdom is The Realm and Domain of

HIS Influence, manner, Being, position. Thus a King rules over his Kingdom. Here, as a Kingdom of priests, we have a GREAT HIGH PRIEST WHO Rules over HIS Kingdom, Having passed through the heavens, Being Truly, THE SON OF GOD, so, we must be very mindful. Note, our King is Both LORD

and HIGH PRIEST, Both THE SON of GOD, and extending HIS Influence over both heaven and earth as our GREAT HIGH PRIEST. Thus HE is THE PATTERN of WHAT and HOW to walk = Live This Out, daily, operating  in the heavens, bringing the truth of HIS REALITY to earth into our Lives. HIS is The Priestly Pattern.

Three Parts:

 1.Melech =King

2. Malkee = possessive First person of King-meaning=        my king  

3. Tsedeck =          Righteous.

 Thus, in English:we have: Two Facets of

meaning:

1. My King The Righteous One

2. My Righteous King

Both Work.                 We are to follow       The Pattern, live after the manner, be in the mode of YESHUA, HE Did it PERFECTLY

Now, Let’s go deeper. “According to the pattern, after the manner, in the mode” of     Malkeetsedeck.          A very interesting  figure. The Name is very interesting, as we go deeper and seek It’s Original Hebrew Meaning.                     It is composed of :

For HIS Glory

Arise!!

According to The Manner of Malkeetsedeck

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