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Enoch Walked With Elohim

Enoch Walked With Elohim

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Since Enoch prophesied of the End-Time judgment of YHWH, it is evident his walk with Elohim is also very relative for us in these days. Through the Hebrew misparim/numbers, we not only learn more about the righteousness of the prophet Enoch, but we learn that fulfilling the Shema involves unifying the Word of YHWH.
Since Enoch prophesied of the End-Time judgment of YHWH, it is evident his walk with Elohim is also very relative for us in these days. Through the Hebrew misparim/numbers, we not only learn more about the righteousness of the prophet Enoch, but we learn that fulfilling the Shema involves unifying the Word of YHWH.

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Myrbdl Myrpomh
 
 Ha’Misparim La’Debarim
The Numbers of the Words
by Craig Wm. Peters
 Enoch Walked with Elohim
Treasures of lawlessness do not profit,but righteousness delivers from death.
Mishle/Proverbs 10:2
a
 
Part of fulfilling the Shema—of hearing the Voice of His Spirit
1
and unifying the Name of 
hwhy
2
 —involves
unifying His Word 
. The closer we grow to
hwhy
, and themore we learn of His Word, the more we realize nothing in the Scriptures iscontradictory: His Word, His will, and His ways are perfect.
3
And it is always of thegreatest edification when we see seemingly disjointed parts of His Word beingconnected, being made one in ways we could have never imagined apart from theHebrew
misparim
/numbers. When pondering the opening text, one may or may notrecall the life of the prophet Enoch. However, the Hebrew
misparim
(meaning“numbers”) make it clear that
hwhy
Himself did remember Enoch when inspiringSolomon to write these words in what we now know as “
 Mishle
,” or the
 Book of Proverbs
. We will study that evidence momentarily.And one might wonder how relevant the walk of Enoch is for those who are living inthese Last Days. The righteous Enoch (hereafter 
Chanok 
) not only walked inuprightness during his sojourn on the earth, but that prophet also foretold of our daysand the burning vengeance of Elohim which now looms ever larger on the horizon.While this fiery retribution is spoken of throughout the Prophets, the words of 
hwhy
through Isaiah are especially insightful for helping us to learn why His burning wrathmust soon be known:
3 The earth will be utterly emptied and utterly laid waste, for 
hwhy 
has spoken this word. 4 The earth mourns and fadesaway, the world languishes and fades away, the lofty people of theearth do languish. 5 The earth also is polluted under the inhabitantsthereof, because they have transgressed the laws, violated the statutes,broken the everlasting covenant. 6 Therefore, the curse has devoured the earth, and they that dwell therein are found guilty:therefore the inhabitants of the earthare burned, and few men left.
Isaiah 24:3-6
 
1
Genesis 26:4-5
2
The Shema—seen in Deuteronomy 6:4-5—is mentioned by the Mashiach as being the Greatest Commandment in all of the Torah. Matthew 22:35-38, Mark 12:29-30
3
Psalm 19:7-10, Romans 7:12
 
 2
As the heavens begin to consume away with fervent heat, earthly cataclysms willlikewise mount, and
hwhy
will fulfill His solemn Word to burn up
4
the lawless worksand the lawless devices/inventions of man which are now corrupting the globeworldwide. Impact from burning space rocks,
5
solar firestorms of brimstone,
6
 volcanoes,
7
earthquakes,
8
and tidal waves
9
will give the Most High the final andultimate say over all those who think that His standards of morality are merelyoptional. At this time of approaching apocalyptic judgments, only righteousness willdeliver out of death. So it is believed we may learn very much from Chanok, who wastranslated that he should not see death.
t s r q u p e o n m l k y j x z w h d g b a
Chanok Walked With Elohim
Brief though it may be, the Scripture text regarding Chanok and his walk with
hwhy
must be one of the most instructive and awe-inspiring in all the Book of Genesis:
 And Chanok walked with the Elohim:and he was not, for Elohim took him.
Genesis 5:24And the writer of 
 Hebrews
comments on this text as follows:
 By faith, Enoch was translated that he should not see death;and he was not found, because Elohim translated him: for he had witness borne to him that, before his translation,he had been well–pleasing to Elohim.
Hebrews 11:5Returning to the Hebrew text of Genesis 5:24, this Scripture appears as follows:
 
 
 
Myhlah - ta Kwnx Klhtyw
 
the Elohim with Chanok And hewalked 
 
 
 
Myhla wta xql - yk wnnyaw
 
Elohim specifi- took for And hecally was nothim 
 The
 Inspired Numerics
for the first four words of this Scripture are seen directly below:
4
2Peter 3:10-12
5
Matthew 24:29, Mark 13:25, Revelation 8:8
6
Genesis 19:23-25, Job 38:12-13, Psalm 11:6, Isaiah 30:26-27, Malachi 4:1-3, Revelation 16:8-9
7
Psalm 104:32, 144:5, Isaiah 64:1-2, Nahum 1:5-6
8
Psalm 82:5, Isaiah 2:18-21, 24:19-23
9
Luke 21:25-26
 
 3
 
 
 
 
(pv) 174 = 46 23 39 66
 13 10 5 12 1 5 22 1 11 6 14 8 11 12 5 22 10 6
Myhlah - ta Kwnx Klhtyw
 
40 10 5 30 1 5 400 1 20 6 50 8 20 30 5 400 10 6
(mv) 1047 = 91 401 84 471
 
===================================================
(fv)
 
1221
 
= 137
 
424
 
123
 
537
 Notice the
 full value
(fv) of this phrase is
1221
. The number 1221 is, in itself, rather amazing; it is the product of 11 with 111:11 x 111 =
1221
.We believe this shows us Chanok walked in the fear of 
hwhy
. This is so because “thefear of 
hwhy
” is especially featured in
Tehillim 111
as “
the beginning of wisdom
:”
The fear of 
hwhy 
is the beginning of wisdom;a good understanding have all they that do them: His praise stands to the age.
Psalm 111:10The Hebrew text of Psalm 111:10 appears as seen below:
 
 
 
hwhy tary hmkx tysar
 
YHWH (is) the wisdom Thefear beginning(of)
We say “the fear of 
hwhy
” is especially featured in
Tehillim 111
because the
 placevalue
for “the beginning of wisdom” is exactly 111:
37 74
 
5 13 11 8 22 10 21 1 20
hmkx tysar
 
wisdom The beginning(of)
And, 37 + 74 =
111
(pv).It is not a coincidence that the phrase—“
hmkx tysar
”/“the beginning of wisdom”— adds to 111 while also appearing in
Tehillim 111
. By this, the Spirit is calling our attention to “the beginning of wisdom”—which is equated with “the fear of 
hwhy
.”
10
 While there is no doubt Chanok walked in the fear of 
hwhy
, it is wonderful to see thenumber 111 connected to this prophet. And there is more even still: the writings of King Solomon also relate to the righteous walk seen in the life of Chanok, the ancient.
10
For more details, see the study “
 Psalm 111 and the Beginning of Wisdom
:”http://www.scribd.com/doc/96921832/Psalm-111-and-the-Beginning-of-Wisdom 

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Since Enoch prophesied of the End-Time judgment of YHWH, it is evident his walk with Elohim is also very relative for us in these days. Through the Hebrew misparim/numbers, we not only learn more about the righteousness of the prophet Enoch, but we learn that fulfilling the Shema involves unifying the Word of YHWH.

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