Sabbath Study Notes - November 13, 2010
"A CRY TO THE MOST HIGH FOR A CHANGE!"
The Book of Habakkuk - A righteous Hebrew man who is questioning the Most High about the violent condition of the earth during his time and wondering why The Most High allows this violence to continue. He prays a cry to the Most High. A prophecy of the Babylon in the last days (United States) is given to him that will be more violent than even during his time.
These are commentary notes, so the reader will need to follow along by using the original King James Version of the Bible.
Hab 1:1 - Habakkuk has a genuine relationship with the Most High and his communication is different than most. He wants to know why things are going on the way they are going on.
Hab 1:6 -9 - This is a prophecy of the future Babylon (America); will go about the earth with violence and to possess dwelling places that is not theirs.
Hab 1:10-17 - This Government does not respect anybody.
Hab 2:1 - Habakkuk is waiting on an answer from the Most High to see what He will tell him even if it means being reproved. He trusts in the Most High, in the Way, in the Torah. That is what he wants to see going on in the earth. He has a passion for righteousness and is upset about what is going on in the earth. Most people don't care, but Habakkuk is deeply troubled and he wants the Most High to execute judgment to fix the situation. We should all be praying for this evil to be put asunder and long for the day when it is done away with.
There is no compassion any more, no love any more, nobody cares, preachers are not teaching the truth, they teach the people to disobey the Most High's commandments, people are deliberately placing pork in bread! MADNESS!!!
It has got to stop.
Hab 2:2 -The Most High directed Habakkuk to write down a vision that He is going to give him so that he who reads it runs.
Hab 2:3 - The vision is for an appointed time and speaks of the end. (NOTE: So those preachers who thinks that the old covenant has nothing to do with the last days is a liar. They try to make people think that the Old Testament is obsolete as if there is any difference from the New Testament. You only have part of the story if you don't understand the old covenant. We must have a full understanding of the WHOLE BOOK. Beware that you are not lied to by those false teachers who dare say the old covenant is done away with.) He said if it lingers, wait for it, because it will certainly happen. Don't fall asleep! Don't sleep while Rome burns. (Some will think that because the Most High hasn't made a move yet, that He is not real and they can continue to do what they want. Be careful with this. Believers are called to 'Endure til the End to be saved'.)
Much has been designed to keep those in opposition to the Most High:
· Prosperity Movement
· Science Movement - Scientology
Hab 2:4 - He whose being is not uprightness is puffed up. But he righteous one lives by his steadfastness (his faith). Abraham was counted for righteousness based on his belief and how he lived.
Hab 2:5-7 - Esau has plundered many. Esau is in other countries claiming what is not his. Why are there Brits in South Africa claiming to be South Africans? We see Esau who is in Australia claiming to be Australians, so on and so forth....do we see a trend here? 'Woe to him who increases what is not his! Till when is he to load on himself many pledges'? Do not your creditors rise up suddenly? And those who make you tremble wake up and you be plunder for them?" - We can't live without going through Esau to get the resources that we need. Why do people have to pay for Water when it was free from the Most High? Why do we need to get a license to hunt or to farm?
Hab 2:8-12 - How was America built? - On the bloods and backs of the Hebrew people. The Indians were murdered and overtaken unrighteously. Everyone wants to pray for America, this evil country who claims that they built this foundation on the Bible. If that was the truth, this country wouldn't have been built by murder and bloodshed. So those praying for this country need to sit back and take a seat. It has boiled itself for the Most High's judgment.
All have gotten rich through wickedness and evil gain. Remember, this vision is speaking of the end, of the last days.
Hab 2:13-15 - Who are the drunkest people in the world? Hebrews! And who supplies the drugs and the wine to our people, in our communities? ESAU! - Now the whole world is drunk. Its all a big party now and nobody is focused on truth and serving the Most High. Everybody is drunk on life; focusing on everything but the right thing: TV, Music and all the non-sense the world has to offer.
Our nakedness is our shame.
Hab 2:16-17 - What goes around comes around. Esau shall drink too! The Most High shall expose the uncircumcised gentiles and great shame upon their esteem. America used to be so revered and now her shame comes. Now America is broke, full of sin and about to be destroyed, just like the Most High prophesied. All the violence that was done to Lebanon is to come back and overwhelm Esau.
Hab 2:18-19 - Esau worshipping and trusting in dumb idols made with his hands.
Hab 2:20 - But Ahayah is in his set apart Hekal. Let all the earth be silent before Him.
Hab 3:12 - The Most High shall thresh the gentiles in wrath.
Hab 3:13 - The Most High shall save His people, to save his anointed and shall smite the Head of the wrong.
Habakkuk feels better now that he has received the answer and understanding that judgment is to come to the wicked. He has to be patient, but he knows that the Most High has a plan to end the wrong.
So, may the gentiles turn back and repent from their wicked ways, because judgment is to come. May Israel wake up and learn the deception that has been placed against our people. Turn back and set your face back to your Maker so you are counted worthy to enter into His Kingdom to come.
These gentiles are trying to hide some information. Bibles are being printed without the old covenant. Preachers are only teaching from the new covenant.
Ref: Matthew 15:7 - Messiah refers back to the old covenant in this scripture.
So if the bibles don't have the old covenant printed in their bibles, how would they know what the Messiah is talking about when he refers to Isaiah the prophet in the old covenant? If the Messiah refers to it, it is obviously important.
Obviously, the gentiles know that it is not obsolete, instead they are trying to hide truth.