Pinchas
2013
 


B.
Scott
6/28/13
 


Pinchas/”Phinehas”,
covering
Numbers
25:10‐30:1,
provides
for
us
the
finishing
details
 concerning
Israel’s
encounter
with
Baal
Peor
that
started
in
the
previous
parshah
of
Balak.

 In
the
midst
of
Israel
being
dealt
with
concerning
their
idolatry,
a
man
of
the
tribe
of
 Simeon,
Zimri,
blatantly
takes
one
of
the
Midianite
women
in
front
of
the
sight
of
all
before
 the
Tabernacle.

Yet
Pinchas
deals
with
this
rebellion
by
slaying
them
both.

At
first
glance,
 it
seems
that
this
is
something
quite
far
removed
from
where
we
are
today.

Yet
by
taking
a
 closer
look
into
the
names
of
the
individuals
involved
here,
you’ll
find
that
the
house
is
still
 having
to
deal
with
the
same
sin
in
the
camp.

But
there’s
still
a
covenant
of
peace
that’s
 available
to
partake
in,
if
we’ll
be
like
Pinchas
and
follow
his
example!
 
 Numbers
25:10‐15
 Zimri:

Strong’s
#2174
‫ זמרי‬my
music;
from
#2167
zamar
‫ זמר‬music,
to
sing,
sing
praise;
 cognate
of
#2168
zamar
‫ זמר‬to
trim
or
prune
&
#2173
zimrah
‫ זמרה‬choice
or
best
fruits
or
 products;
that’s
interesting
because
this
individual
is
charged
(because
of
his
name)
to
be
 one
that
trims
and
prunes
the
house,
ensuring
that
it
brings
forth
the
best
fruit
–
 specifically
this
fruit
is
concerning
the
fruit
of
the
lips,
to
be
a
house
that
sings
forth
His
 praises!
 *You
and
I
are
charged
with
the
same
task!

Luke
20
Yeshua
shares
a
parable
 concerning
how
the
Master
(Yahweh)
sends
servants
to
the
husbandmen
(those
that
 are
supposed
to
be
pruning
and
taking
care
of
the
vineyard)
wanting
fruit,
yet
the
 husbandmen
beat
the
servants,
kill
the
son
(Yeshua),
causing
the
results
to
be
“He
 shall
come
and
destroy
these
husbandmen,
and
shall
give
the
vineyard
to
others.
 And
when
they
heard
[it],
they
said,
God
forbid.”
(Luke
20:16)
 
 Salu:

Strong’s
#5543
Calluw
‫ סלו‬weighed;
from
#5541
calah
‫ סלה‬1)
to
make
light
of,
to
 toss
aside,
to
reject,
treat
as
worthless,
to
refuse
to
accept
2)
to
weigh,
balance,
to
evaluate
 something
and
figure
what
its
worth
 
 Simeon:

Strong’s
#8095
Shim’own
‫ שמעון‬heard;
from
#8085
shama’
‫ שמע‬to
hear,
listen,
 obey,
understand
 
 *Zimri
represents
the
responsibilities
that
we
are
all
charged
with!

We’re
responsible
for
 weighing
out
we
shema’/hear
and
determining
whether
its
worthless,
therefore
needing
to
 be
rejected
or
tossed
aside,
refusing
to
accept
it,
or
whether
its
worth
something.

We’re
to
 trim
and
prune
so
that
the
best
fruit
is
found
in
our
lives
and
homes,
but
also
in
the
 corporate
body
as
a
whole
so
that
we
can
sing
forth
his
praises
and
offer
up
a
fruit
from
our
 lips
that
is
pleasing
unto
Him!
 
 Yet
here
Zimri,
therefore
this
responsibility
of
weighing
out
what
is
heard
and
being
a
 dutiful
husbandmen,
is
compromised!
 
 1


Cozbi:

Strong’s
#3579
Kozbiy
‫ כזבי‬my
lie;
from
#3576
kazab
‫ כזב‬to
tell
a
lie,
be
a
liar,
to
 deceive;
lies
and
deception
are
the
ultimate
opposite
of
what
Yahweh
stands
for!
 →2
letter
of
her
name
‫ זב‬is
the
same
root
of
#2100
zuwb
‫ זוב‬to
flow,
gush,
 discharge,
or
issue;
can
refer
to
water
that
flows
from
a
rock
as
it
did
in
the
 wilderness,
but
it
can
also
refer
to
a
bodily
discharge
that
renders
one
unclean
 
 Zur:

Strong’s
#6698
Tsuwr
‫ צור‬rock;
he
represents
the
counterfeit
rock
to
the
Messiah,
1
 Corinthians
10:4
–
“And
did
all
drink
the
same
spiritual
drink:
for
they
drank
of
that
 spiritual
Rock
that
followed
them:
and
that
Rock
was
Messiah.”
 →Yet
what
issued
forth
from
this
rock
(Zur)
was
Cozbi,
my
lie,
that
which
makes
 one
unclean.
 
 Midian:

Strong’s
#4080
Midyan
‫ מדין‬strife,
contention
 
 *Now
you
can
begin
to
understand
the
significance
of
being
an
individual
who
weighs
out
 what
you
hear,
are
we
taking
part
in
listening
and
being
a
vessel
for
words
of
strife
and
 contention?

The
counterfeit
will
attempt
to
present
itself
as
the
living
water
that
flows
 from
the
Rock/Messiah,
yet
if
not
weighed
out
and
evaluated
it
may
actually
be
a
 lie/deception
that
if
you
choose
to
partake
in
it
will
cause
you
to
be
unclean!
 
 Now
let’s
take
a
look
at
Pinchas,
the
individual
that’s
willing
to
cut
off
what’s
attempting
to
 be
fomented
in
the
camp.

The
whole
reason
this
scenario
is
taking
place
is
because
those
 that
are
supposed
to
be
trimming
and
pruning
the
vines,
weighing
out
what
is
heard,
fail
to
 do
so
and
strife
and
contention
is
allowed
in.
 Phinehas:

Strong’s
#6372
Piynechac
‫ פינחס‬mouth
of
brass;
this
name
seems
to
be
 connected
through
two
different
root
stems,
branching
from
the
‫ נחש‬root
but
also
the
‫חס‬ root
 *His
name
then
becomes
a
cognate
of
#3187
yachas
‫ יחש‬to
reckon
genealogically,
to
enroll
 on
a
genealogy,
or
it
can
rendered
as
“to
have
a
genealogy”;
genealogy
is
important
because
 the
Israelites
were
numbered/a
census
was
taken
based
upon
your
lineage,
pedigree,
or
 your
genealogy!
You’re
not
considered
part
of
the
camp
of
Israel
(counted
among
them)
 and
you
don’t
have
access
to
the
Tabernacle
without
being
able
to
prove
your
genealogy!
 →Physically,
genealogy
is
about
tracing
your
roots,
who
your
ancestors
are,
literally
 whose
seed
have
you
come
from.

It’s
the
same
spiritually
as
well,
what
seed
is
 within
you
determines
your
“pedigree”,
its
by
having
the
Word/Seed
of
Yahweh
 within
us
that
we’re
able
to
prove
our
genealogy
and
therefore
have
access
to
His
 Tabernacle!
 
 It’s
no
accident
that
this
first
verse,
Numbers
25:11,
is
composed
of
22
words
in
the
 Hebrew!

22
=
number
of
letters
of
the
Hebrew
Alephbet,
the
language
of
Yahweh,
His
DNA
 or
seed!

Phinehas
was
one
who
kept
the
seed
line
pure,
kept
the
Word
of
Yahweh
from
 compromise,
not
allowing
it
to
be
tainted,
therefore
keeping
the
spiritual
as
well
as
 physical
blood
line
of
Israel
pure
and
unadulterated
by
the
seed
of
the
serpent!


2


*In
order
to
make
sure
that
all
access
wasn’t
lost
to
the
Tabernacle,
that
the
 genealogy
wasn’t
compromised
or
lost,
he
had
to
cut
off
the
ones
that
were
 attempting
to
cause
strife
and
division
in
the
camp
because
they
were
failing
to
 weigh
out
what
they
were
hearing
(allowing
a
mixed
word/mixed
seed
to
come
into
 the
camp)!
 
 Numbers
25:7
–
“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;”
 Javelin:

Strong’s
#7420
romach
‫ רמח‬spear,
lance;
same
term
is
used
in
Joel
3:10
–
“Beat
 your
plowshares
into
swords,
and
your
pruninghooks
into
spears/romach:
let
the
weak
 say,
I
[am]
strong.”
 *Pruninghooks:

Strong’s
#4211
mazmerah
‫ מזמרה‬pruning
knife;
from
#2168
zamar
 ‫ זמר‬to
trim
or
prune,
the
same
root
as
the
name
Zimri!
 
 And
here
in
Joel
it
happens
to
be
the
same
issue
being
dealt
with!

This
prophecy
is
dealing
 with
the
time
immediately
prior
to
the
return
of
the
Messiah
and
during
the
timeframe
of
 the
return
of
the
Fallen
Ones,
who
are
being
gathered
in
the
valley
of
Jehoshaphat,
where
 Yahweh’s
going
to
pour
out
His
judgment!

This
war
is
between
the
2
seed
lines,
or
the
2
 genealogies,
yet
now
once
again
it
has
manifested
into
the
physical!

Once
again,
we
find
a
 call
to
take
up
the
javelin/spear
in
order
to
cut
off
the
perverted
seed
that
attempts
to
 make
the
camp
unclean!


 *This
same
battle
is
going
on
right
now
though
concerning
the
words/seed
that
we
 choose
to
listen
to
and
then
foment.

We’re
charged
with
weighing
out
what
we
hear
 and
making
sure
that
we’re
lifting
up
the
choice
fruit,
the
fruit
of
our
lips
should
be
 the
praises
of
Yah
which
proves
our
genealogy
and
that
we
have
access
to
the
 Tabernacle!

Yet
if
we’re
failing
to
cut
off
the
words
of
discord,
discontent,
and
strife
 now,
how
can
we
be
used
to
cut
off
the
physical
manifestations
of
that
other
seed
 line,
the
Fallen
Ones,
in
the
days
ahead?


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