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Beshalach, בְּשַׁלַּח

Beshalach, בְּשַׁלַּח

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Published by: David Mathews on Jan 25, 2013
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 When he let go:
Exodus 13:17
17:16.I. The Portions of Exodus are extremely important. They serve as patterns of thefuture Greater Exodus that lies imminently before us. Thus, as we glean from them,we move with great care in order to not miss hidden nuggets that will allow us towalk with confidence in the future. Our Parsha is titled:
, b‟shalach, whosedefinition is translated „When he let go‟. Its root is the word #
7971, shalach,which is rendered, to send, let go, send away, to divorce. If we look into the rootstem, the Shin-Lamed, forms the word sal, a masc. noun meaning a grievous sinworthy of death (Uzzah). By attaching the letter Chet, the pictograph of newbeginnings, life or a fence, we can see inferred here that someone is guilty of a sinunto death and yet a fence of protection is built around them and new life ensues. If we pursue further we find who is being referenced by looking at the gematria of shalach, which is 338, the same as the Hebrew word #3831, lebush, a nountranslated, clothing, garment, but which is also a metaphor for a wife. Again, this
pattern should serve as cause for humility. As we “Come out of Babylon”, a stark 
reminder of our past tendencies toward pagan perversions should cause us to walkhumbly and with reverence toward
not only YHVH who delivered us - but as weengage others coming out, lest we forget who we were in our treatment of them.
It is no coincidence the only use of this word „SAL‟ is connected with the priest
Uzzah, #5798, `Uzza', in 2Sam. 6:7 where we see judgment rendered to onewho mishandled the Ark while in the fenced place, reminiscent of Adam & Eve inthe garden! Ironically, the gematria of Uzza equals 78, the same value as theHebrew word lechem
bread!This name Uzza is itself intriguing. From the Ayin-Zayin root which meansbasically, strength, it can also be rendered as goat, specifically, a goat for sacrifice.With the Alef attached, which infers the head or strong one or chief one, it would
seem that Uzzahs‟ name embodied the dec
laration of one who represented the AZThe strong one that would become the sacrifice. However, just as with everyHebrew word, a curse can be found as well. It would seem that by intentionallymishandling the Ark, Uzzah is rejecting the very One represented by it. Again, eachtime we uncover something else, we are seeing more of the conflict that involvesPharaoh rejecting YHVH and the confrontation that results. This rehearsal is
teaching us
of Adam‟s original grievous sin and rebellion and the conflict a
risingfrom it, which sets every man against YHVH unless we accept the sacrifice of Yahshua and His covering. This pattern will be prevalent during the GreaterExodus! Notwithstanding we witnessed the interactions of others against Moshe whorepresented that same Ark and since collectively, we form the body of Messiah(1Cor. 12:27 *note verse 25) mishandling one another becomes a tenuous endeavor!
The gematria of the entire phrase, B‟shalch,
, equals 340, the same value as#5341, natzar, which means to guard, or keep, to observe, as in the Covenant. Howwe observe it is reflected in how we treat others in the process! Again, the samevalue, 340 is also that of Netzer, which means Branch
Messiah, so we cannotseparate handling the Ark-Messiah, from how we handle our Brothers in Messiah
 whether we acknowledge them as brothers or not is not our business!
340 is also the value of the word Cepher, which means book. It was this “Book” that
was shown to Abraham and his generations in Gen. 15:5 which incidentally, has 70Hebrew letters representing the 70 of Jacob who go down into Egypt. The first timethis number is seen is in Gen. 1:7 where YHVH separates the waters of creation. Itis these waters which have a mystical connection to the waters of libation poured outat Tabernacles
the ONLY festival acknowledged being for both HOUSES
 Ephraim & Judah! These waters represent the chaotic waters of the womb beingseparated from the seminal waters/seed of YHVH, only to be restored, made Ecad inMessiah! These waters can only be accessed during Tabernacles and upon climbingthe 15 steps of ascension, all the while declaring our repentance and restoration as aPeople!The Mystery of these steps of Ascension
the Songs of Ascent, are seen in Psalms120 -134. The Book of Psalms is divided into 5 groups paralleling the 5 books of Torah and this 5
group, the Songs of Ascent, connect to Deuteronomy or Devarim
WORDS! How do we handle them? This beautiful illustration is seen in Solomon‟s
Temple designed in the form of a Man
this ARK! The "Secret of Solomon'sWinding Staircase" is the connection of the divine masculine
the seminal waters tothe divine feminine
the waters of the womb within. A Birdseye view of Solomon'sTemple would have revealed the image of a man sitting, the dome being the head.The secret places of the winding stairs represented the Double Helix DNA strandand all the secrets it holds. The stairways consisted of 15 steps; in the mysteriousverses above, the Bride shares what the Bridegroom said to her. He lets her knowthat her true identity is concealed in the "secret place of the stairs."

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