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Final Quiz/Exam

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Blessings Platinum(PRU) Trailblazers, this is your final class CRANK Up Quiz.Please, do not post your answers here, post them up in your individual forum(inbox) thank you? This Quiz/Exam is due by 8/29/17 at midnight your time zone.…Continue

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Hebrew and Greek Entering into the Heavenly Language Final Week

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Here is one of the Workbooks, for the class, in learning the gifts in Hebrew and Greek you have to download this to read it and take notes for your class. …Continue

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Hebrew and Greek Entering into the Heavenly Language WK 4

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Here is one of the Workbooks, for the class, in learning the gifts in Hebrew and Greek you have to download this to read it and take notes for your class. …Continue

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Hebrew and Greek Entering into the Heavenly Language WK 3

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Here is one of the Workbooks, for the class, in learning the gifts in Hebrew and Greek you have to download this to read it and take notes for your class. …Continue

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Comment by Apostle T-(Teyshana) Wiley... on May 30, 2017 at 1:10pm

Blessings and GA Platinum PRU Trailblazers, Our live Class Connect is postponed on tonight, until Thursday. I will post up the recording soon. Our new syllabus, is below, in addition, we will have class online/virtually in our university classroom. This is our last week, before our summer break on next week, and then we will come back in 6 weeks for testing. Our topic this week: Hebrew and Greek Entering into the Heavenly Language. The objective for this week is: What is Talitha-Kumi? I will be available to answer, any questions, comments, or remarks you all may have in our classroom. I would love to get some feedback, from you all, to hear how this class/teaching have blessed your life. Also, you all do not have a DQ, or assignment on this week. However, you do have extra credit, and an article that is just like an assignment, so enjoy. Utilize this moment, to read/study all the material/articles that are due on Sunday, spend moments with God, family, friends, and most of all enjoy the Kingdom adventures of your mind. May you all have a Tremendously Blessed Terrific the Heavens is Turning around on your behalf Tuesday on Purpose Agape :-) 

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Comment by Apostle T-(Teyshana) Wiley... on May 23, 2017 at 1:53pm

Blessings and GA Platinum PRU Trailblazers, Our live Class Connect is postponed on tonight. In addition, we will have class online/virtually in our university classroom. Our topic this week: Hebrew and Greek Entering into the Heavenly Language. The objective for this week is: What is the Supernatural Power behind Hebrew and Greek? I will be available to answer, any questions, comments, or remarks you all may have in our classroom. I would love to get some feedback, from you all, to hear how this class/teaching have blessed your life. Also, you all do not have any extra credit, DQ, or assignment on this week, so enjoy. Utilize this moment, to read/study all the material/articles that are due on Sunday, spend moments with God, family, friends, and most of all celebrating the royalty within. Enjoy the Kingdom adventure of your mind. May you all have a Tremendously Blessed Terrific the Heavens is Turning around on your behalf Tuesday on Purpose Agape :-)

Comment by Apostle T-(Teyshana) Wiley... on May 17, 2017 at 4:01am

ajnoi>gw anoigoÝ is also used in the passive voice. The heavens are said to be
opened by God, for example, in Joh. 1:51; Act. 7:56; 10:11 in relation to
divine revelation. In Rev. 4: 1; 19:11, John declares that he “saw heaven
opened” as a prelude to further visionary revelation. Such a phenomenon is
also recorded at the baptism of Jesus (cf. Mat. 3:16; Luk. 3:21). The temple in
heaven is said to be opened in Rev. 11:19; 15:5; as are the books of judgment
in Rev. 20:12.
In the aftermath of Christ’s crucifixion, graves are opened by the power of God
(cf. Mat. 27:52). God likewise opens prison doors in order to bring about the
miraculous release of various apostles (cf. Act. 5:19; 16:26 ff.). The healing of
the blind was a significant element in the healing ministry of Jesus. Several
texts declare that the eyes of the blind were opened (cf. Mat. 9:30; 20:33;
Joh. 9:10 ff.; 10:21; 11:37). Saul also experienced such a healing at the time of
his conversion (cf. Act. 9: 8). See also Luk. 1:64.
Impersonal metaphorical uses of ajnoi>gw anoigoÝ are found in a couple of
places. The expression “... knock and it shall be opened to you” in Mat. 7: 7;
Luk. 11: 9 conveys the truth that the knowledge of God and his way of
salvation shall be made available to all those who seriously long for it.
1Co. 16: 9; 2Co. 2:12 refer to a door (of opportunity) being opened for Paul.
ajnoi>gw anoigoÝ is used adjectivally in Rom. 3:13, referring to the throats of the
wicked as “an open grave.” Rev. 3: 8 speaks of an “open door of opportunity.”
schizoÝ [sci>zw, G4977]
sci>zw schizoÝ is a verb with the principal sense of “tear,” or “divide.” It occurs
ten times. In Mar. 11:10, however, it refers to the heavens being “opened” at
the baptism of Christ. The likely underlying meaning is that the heavens were
spectacularly “torn apart.”
dianoigoÝ [dianoi>gw, G1272]
dianoi>gw dianoigoÝ is a variant form of dianoi>gw anoigoÝ (see above),
meaning “to open” in both the active and passive voice. The term occurs eight
times.
In Mar. 7:34, 35, Jesus cures a deaf mute. He commands that the man’s ears be
opened, and the miraculous restoration immediately follows. Luk. 2:23 refers
to the sanctity of the firstborn male child, or the male “that opens the womb.”
Luk. 24:31 records the enlightening of the two disciples of Christ on the road
to Emmaus, who met the risen Lord but did not initially recognize him. The
text records that “their eyes were opened” and they recognized him. Similarly,
in Luk. 24:45, the Lord “opened their minds” to understand the Scriptures. See
also Luk. 24:32; Act. 16:14. In Act. 17: 3, dianoi>gw dianoigoÝ means
“explain” with reference to Paul “opening” the Scriptures in order to
demonstrate that Jesus was the Christ.
anaptyssoÝ [ajnaptu>ssw, G0380]
ajnaptu>ssw anaptyssoÝ is found only in Luk. 4:17, where it refers literally to
“unrolling” the scroll of Isaiah by Jesus, hence the translation “he opened the
book ...”

Comment by Apostle T-(Teyshana) Wiley... on May 17, 2017 at 4:01am

gaÝlaÝh [hl;G;, H1540]
hl;G; gaÝlaÝh is a verb found about two hundred times with a variety of meanings.
In a few instances, it means “to open.

All verbal uses of hl;G; gaÝlaÝh meaning “open” are metaphorical and predicated
of God. The eyes of human beings are said to be opened by God in
Num. 22:31; 24:4, 16; as are their ears in Job 33:16; 36:10. Psa. 119:18
contains a plea for God to open the eyes of the psalmist so that he may behold
the wonder of divine law. See also Job 38:17.
There are two adjectival uses of hl;G; gaÝlaÝh. Pro. 27:25 speaks of the
desirability of an “open rebuke” rather than a secret love. Jer. 32:11 refers to
the “open copy” of a deed of purchase for a block of land.
paÝ’ar [r[æP;, H6473]
r[æP; paÝ’ar is found in only four places, meaning “to gape (with an open
mouth).” Job 6:10 refers to this action in a literal sense. It refers
metaphorically in Job 39:23 to people “opening their mouth” to God, drinking
in his words, as it were, like the spring rain. Psa. 119:131 speaks of the
psalmist panting “with open mouth,” longing for God’s commandments.
Isa. 5:14 refers to Sheol “opening wide its mouth” as an expression of
imminent judgment awaiting enactment on the disobedient and rebellious
people of Israel.
NT WORDS
anoigoÝ [ajnoi>gw, G0455]
ajnoi>gw anoigoÝ is the most common term in the New Testament meaning “to
open.” ajnoi>gw anoigoÝ occurs about eighty times.
ajnoi>gw anoigoÝ is used in a literal, mundane sense in Mat. 2:11; 17:27;
Luk. 12:36; Joh. 10: 3; Act. 12:10. The resurrection of the woman Tabitha
from the dead through the agency of the apostle Peter is accompanied by the
reference to her “opening her eyes” (cf. Act. 9:40). A metaphorical reference
to opening the eyes of the blind is found in Act. 26:18 as part of the mission of
the Messianic Servant (quoted from Isa. 42: 7).
The expression “to open one’s mouth” is found in a number of contexts. It is
used in the description of Jesus’ public teaching ministry (cf. Mat. 5: 2; 13:5).
Others are also said to open their mouths in order to speak — for example,
Philip the evangelist (cf. Act. 8:35); Peter (cf. Act. 10:34); and Paul (cf.
Act. 8:14). In a citation from Isa. 53: 7, the Messianic Servant’s silence before
his tormentors is noted in the phrase “he opened not his mouth.” In Rev. 13: 6,
the satanic sea beast is said to open his mouth in order to blaspheme.
Other significant uses of ajnoi>gw anoigoÝ describe the action of “opening.” In
Rev. 3: 7, for example, it is used in an absolute sense to indicate the exercise of
power and authority. Rev. 3:20 contains the divine injunction “to open the
door” of one’s heart and life as a prelude to enjoying the intimate fellowship of
the indwelling spirit of Christ. The divine challenge “to open the scroll” is
recorded in Rev. 5: 2 ff., and only the lamb of God is capable of doing so. The
“opening of the seals” of divine judgment is described in Rev. 6: 1 ff.; 8:1. In
Rev. 9: 2, the angelic “star” is given a key to open the bottomless pit of
destruction.

Comment by Apostle T-(Teyshana) Wiley... on May 17, 2017 at 3:59am

peter [rf,P,, H6363]
rf,P, peter is a noun that is literally translated “firstling,” or “firstborn.” The
underlying meaning, however, is “that which is the first to open the womb.”
rf,P, peter occurs ten times with this sense (cf. Exo. 13: 2, 12 ff.; 34:19, 20;
Num. 3:12; 8:16; 18:15; Eze. 20: 6).
paÝsåaÝh [hx;P;, H6475]
hx;P; paÝsåaÝh is a verb that is consistently translated “open.” It occurs fifteen
times in both literal and metaphorical contexts.
hx;P; paÝsåaÝh refers to several kinds of speech, conveying the sense of “opening” one’s mouth. It refers, for example, to Jephthah’s vow (Jud. 11:35, 36); to vain talk (Job 35:16); to verbal attacks (Psa. 22:13), where the psalmist declares that his enemies “open wide their mouths” at him (see also Lam. 2:16; 3:46); and to praise offered to God (Psa. 66:14). In Eze. 2: 8, God commands the
prophet in a vision to open his mouth and eat a scroll.
hx;P; paÝsåaÝh also refers metaphorically to the earth or ground “opening its
mouth.” Gen. 4:11 refers to the earth opening in this way to swallow the blood
of Abel, shed by his brother Cain. The terrifying deaths of Korah and his
fellow Levites who rebelled against Moses are noted in Num. 16:30;
Deu. 11: 6 — the ground “opened its mouth” and swallowed them alive.
paÝtar [rfæP;, H6362]
rfæP; paÝtar is a verb that occurs in only seven places, meaning “to open,” “let
out,” “free.” In four of these contexts, rfæP; paÝtar occurs in a participial form
with the adjectival sense of “open.” These instances refer exclusively to the
carvings of “open” flowers that decorate the walls of Solomon’s temple (cf.
1Ki. 6:18, 29, 32, 35).
paÝqahå [jqæP;, H6491]
jqæP; paÝqahå is a verb that is translated “to open” with exclusive reference to
opening one’s eyes (except for one reference to opening ears) in both a literal
and metaphorical sense. General, mundane references to opening one’s eyes are found in Job 27:19;
Pro. 20:13. Other literal references to this phenomenon are found in the
context of the miraculous or as the result of a special divine enabling. For
example, the Shunammite woman’s son “opened his eyes” after being raised
from the dead by the prophet Elisha (cf. 2Ki. 4:35). Other occurrences refer to
God miraculously curing blindness — either actual, as in. Psa. 146: 8, or as
part of the divine program of promised renewal (cf. Isa. 35: 5; 42:7). Others
are given a special miraculous ability to see (cf. Gen. 21:19; 2Ki. 6:17, 20).
Metaphorical uses of jqæP; paÝqahå are found in Gen. 3: 5, for example, where
Satan promises Eve that if she eats of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good
and evil, she will have her eyes opened and will be like God, knowing good
and evil. At another level, Adam and Eve’s “eyes were opened” after eating
the forbidden fruit, leading to an awareness that they were both naked (cf.
Gen. 3: 7).
God’s eyes, too, are opened in an anthropomorphic sense. For example,
Jer. 32:19 speaks of God’s eyes always being open to humankind. 2Ki. 9:16,
Isa. 37:17; Dan. 9:18 contain a plea for God to “open his eyes” and consider
the plight of his people (see also Zec. 12: 4). Isa. 42:20 refers to the ears of
God being open.

pitehåoÑn [ˆwOjt]Pi, H6610]
ˆwOjt]Pi pitehåoÑn is a rare noun found in only two places, referring to “opening”
one’s mouth. Eze. 16:63 refers to Israel’s shameful silence before God, on
account of her idolatry. Consequently, the Israelite’s will never again “open”
their mouth. Eze. 29:21 speaks of God “opening” the mouth of his people, so
that they may testify to his majestic power among the nations.

Comment by Apostle T-(Teyshana) Wiley... on May 17, 2017 at 3:58am

Blessings and GM Platinum PRU Trailblazers, here is the notes from week two class connect call, from last week. (Part 2)

paÝniÑm [μyniP;, H6440]
μyniP; paÝniÑm is a common plural noun form (sg. hn,P; paÝneh), found in
approximately 2,100 contexts with a variety of meanings. Most commonly,
μyniP; paÝniÑm is translated as the preposition “before,” as well as in the nominal senses of “face,” “countenance,” “presence.” On thirteen occasions, however, the term is translated adjectivally as “open” (lit. “on/in the face of the ...”). All but two of these contexts refer to an “open field” (cf. Lev. 14: 7, 53; 17:5;
Num. 19:16; 2Sa. 11:11; Jer. 9:22; Eze. 16: 5; 29:5; 32:4; 32:27; 39:5).
Gen. 1: 8 refers to the “open firmament, or sky” and Eze. 37: 2 to an “open
valley.”

Comment by Apostle T-(Teyshana) Wiley... on May 17, 2017 at 3:53am

Blessings and GM Platinum PRU Trailblazers, here is the notes from week two class connect call, from last week. 

OPEN
OT WORDS
paÝtahå [jtæP;, H6605]
jtæP; paÝtahå is the most common verb in the Old Testament meaning “to open,” and it is used in a wide variety of contexts. jtæP; paÝtahå occurs approximately 150 times and is used both actively and passively in literal and metaphorical contexts. Mundane references to the action of opening include those in Gen. 8: 6; 41:56; Exo. 2: 6; Jos. 10: 2; 2Ki. 13:17; Jer. 50:26. Son. 5: 5 (poetic). Neh. 8: 5 records the postexilic community of Jerusalem opening the book of the law as part of their renewed worship of God. Job 3: 1; 33:2; Psa. 78: 2; Dan. 10:16 refer to opening one’s mouth with the intention of speaking. In particular, Eze. 24:27; 33:22 mention the prophet Ezekiel’s release from dumbness. The action of “opening” is sometimes predicated of Yahweh. For instance, Gen. 29:31; 30:22 refer to God “opening the wombs” of Leah and Rachel, enabling them to bear children. On occasion, Yahweh is said “to open up the heavens” in order to provide rain (cf. Deu. 28:12; Psa. 78:23). Psa. 105:41
records the act of God opening the rock in the wilderness in order to provide
water for his people. Isa. 53: 7 says that the Suffering Servant of Yahweh
“opened not his mouth” against his tormentors.
The passive sense of jtæP; paÝtahå, “to be opened,” is found in numerous
contexts. For example, the heavens were opened at the time of the universal
flood. The same expression is used in Eze. 1: 1 as a prelude to divine
revelation. The words “Your ear has not been opened” in Isa. 48: 8 relate to
Israel’s rebellion against God. In Isa. 50: 5, the Servant of Yahweh affirms that
“my ear has been opened” in relation to his obedient submission to the
redemptive plan and purpose of Yahweh. Eze. 44: 2 mentions the east gate of
Ezekiel’s visionary temple being shut. It would not be opened again until the
messianic prince came to offer his sacrifice on behalf of the people (cf.
Eze. 46:12). Zec. 13: 1 declares that a fountain in Jerusalem shall be opened
for cleansing and renewing the people of God.
jtæP; paÝtahå is also used metaphorically. For example, Num. 16:32; 26:10 refer
to the earth “opening its mouth” and swallowing Korah, his family, and
Levitical associates alive, as divine punishment for their rebellion against
Yahweh (cf. also Psa. 106:17). Num. 22:28 records that the Lord “opened the
mouth of an ass” (i.e., caused it to speak). Deu. 15: 8, 11 contain the
exhortation to “open one’s hand,” or to be generous. The privilege of “opening
the house of God” is noted in Isa. 22:22, symbolically indicating the priestly
exercise of divine authority on earth. Further references to the activity of
divine “opening” are anthropomorphic. For instance, there are pleas for God to
“open his eyes” in order to see the plight of his people and give them help (cf.
2Ch. 6:40; Neh. 1: 6). Conversely, Job 11: 5 contains a plea for God to “open
his mouth” and curse his enemies.
Yahweh “opens the graves” of his people in Eze. 37:12, 13 — a metaphorical
description of Yahweh bringing his people back to life by promising to return
them to the land of Canaan.
jtæP; paÝtahå is also occasionally used adjectivally. It refers to “open” eyes, for
example (1Ki. 8:52); to an “open letter” (Neh. 6: 5); and in an indictment
against the wicked, the throats of the wicked are likened to an “open
sepulcher” (Psa. 5: 9; cf. also Jer. 5:16).

Comment by Apostle T-(Teyshana) Wiley... on May 16, 2017 at 3:32pm

Blessings and GA Platinum PRU Trailblazers, Our live Class Connect is VIA recording on tonight. In addition, we will have class online/virtually in our university classroom. We talk about this week topic: Hebrew and Greek Entering into the Heavenly Language. The objective for this week is: What are Secrets of God Realms of Heavenly Language?When you listen to the recording, leave a comment/remarks in the classroom, in the comment section, in order to get 10% for the call. Remember, this is 10% of your grade, you must listen to this recording, and comment in order to get the full grade. Utilize this moment, to read/study all the material/articles, and get prepared for your assignment, that is due on Sunday. May you all have a Tremendously Blessed Terrific the Heavens is Turning around on your behalf Tuesday on Purpose Agape:

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Comment by Apostle T-(Teyshana) Wiley... on May 11, 2017 at 8:04pm
Expectation: Is Desire, Belief, Magnetic energy force(Power) all in the same womb(place). Knowing, what you expect will Manifest, because Elo-Him (Mi-Hole) God of the universe, will release and Unleash it to me. #IAmARuby #PropelKingdomDimensionBible
Comment by Pastor Robin Albright on May 10, 2017 at 12:36pm
I just wanted to add this word to our heavenly language. Its Hebrew word called racham which means speak even more closely to the covenant mercy of God. It means to love deeply, have mercy, be compassionate have tender affection have compassion we can go to 2 Kings 13:23. I believe loving God deeply helps us worship, praise Him.
 
 
 

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