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Thoughts and Commentary on Today's Reading
Praise ye Yahweh: for it is good to sing praises unto our God; for it is pleasant; and praise is comely.... He healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth up their wounds. Great is our Yahweh, and of great power: His understanding is infinite."
The Father's Messages in the sky reveal the Plan of Redemption. Portrayed in the heavens about 2000 years prior to the first book of the Bible being written, the Plan of Redemption has been revealed to lost mankind ever since the Fall. The stars and constellations are not about astrology. Astrology is how the devil has exalted his throne above the stars of God (Isaiah 14:12-15).
But when restored to their original names, shapes, meaning and message, the heavenly bodies do declare the glory of God (Psalms 97:6; Psalm 19:1-4).
Because I have long believed that the star and constellation story mightily glorifies the living God, I have had a passion for restoring His Message. In fact, I have been researching and telling Yahweh's star story since 1998... And today, finally, I am writing a book on the stars, telling the Plan of Redemption in the heavens. This book project is truly a joy and a personal passion. And, just for fun, I thought I'd give you a sneak peak in the hopes that you'd be inspired by the deeper meaning of Psalm 147, and to invite you to pray with me for the Heavenly Father's original Messages to be restored and plainly presented in this book. Here are few pages - an excerpt if you will - from this book, which I am titling God's Amazing Star Story, which I prayerfully plan to complete in the next three months (all content from the book, shown below is copyrighted and images and content may not be used without the author's permission).
The book is written in sections, which appeal to a variety of ages (8-80 years old...). The first section is told as a story, as follows:
After that introduction, the story begins as follows (all of the details for this story are gained from the original star and constellation names.)
In the star story, the people of Yah (Yahshua's Bride) are represented as woman (This constellation was called Bethulah, which means "virgin" in Hebrew.) The devil is portrayed in the sky as a dragon (constellation name: Draco). And our Saviour is portrayed as the Great Prince, whose star name is Orion...
In the star story, the Great Prince rescues Bethulah from the dragon's keep... He slays the dragon, and marries Bethulah, taking her Home... Sound familiar? What a wonderful story - yet it's all true. Just as the books of Daniel and Revelation show prophetic images to portray entities or concepts, so the heavens tell the Plan of Redemption in symbolic form.
The next section of the book shows the constellations in drawing (on dark blue). The constellation and original star names are given, along with the Bible verses where those star names appear. There are two pages for every constellation (there were 48 original constellations, so this section contains a total of 96 pages) - one page for the constellation, and the facing page with information about that constellation, as is shown in the following samples: