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Returning Yeshua, the Fury of YHVH | Jer 6:11

In Jeremiah 6:11, we have a stand-alone Alef Tav with a vav (וְאֵת) at the very beginning of the Hebrew verse. As mentioned before, it seems that the Alef Tavs with a vav refer to Yeshua’s second coming, whereas the ones without the vav refer to His first coming. Here is the whole verse in English:

Jer 6:11 - Therefore I am full of the fury of YHVH.
I am weary of holding it in.
“I will pour it out on the children outside,
And on the assembly of young men together;
For even the husband shall be taken with the wife,
The aged with him who is full of days."

The part that we will concentrate on is the very beginning.

Chamat חמת

The verse literally begins: v’ET, heat (rage, hot displeasure, etc) of YHVH, I am full of… Or, more simpler – Yeshua, rage of YHVH, I am full of…

So you see that it seems to be saying that when Yeshua returns (with His sword) (ו🗡️), He will be full of the rage of YHVH, which we know to be true from other scriptures.

For instance:

Does Jeremiah understand what happens in our day? Does he understand that the Messiah is the Aleph Tav, the first and last? I believe that he does. The book of Jeremiah also has more Alef Tavs being connected to the “words”, or “all the words” than any other book. I would say that Jeremiah got it! Completely!

Sometimes I explain things better by video, so if I haven’t made this very clear, here is the YouTube version: 😇

Have a blessed week 💕


Published by Holly Hickey הדסה היקי

It's not about me, it's about my Father, His holy, unchanging Word, Yeshua made flesh! No ear tickling here. (And maybe a couple of posted recipes that I've been unable to find online elsewhere. 😉)

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