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I am well aware that I only mention a section on this subject. I know that other relationships have been added. That because of the society around us it is not only men who enter into derivative forms, but certainty I find in the Word that speaks about order and recovery.

Therefore, for my part, a plea to go the way of recovery, as Father put it out and Yeshua emphasized it after His coming on earth. We, predominantly belonging to those who from the nations began to do Torah after we first met Yeshua in the Christian faith, as the only salvation to be a door to the Father and now being enlightened by the Spirit of Holiness and drawn to to do the written commandments that Moses got from the Eternal. Let us therefore be an example and follow the expanded lines. Yeshua came for the lost sheep of the house of Israel and in His mercy He again set the order of marriage and society of His Father, so that we see it confirmed in Tenach.

The way of recovery is a way of turning around, laying off, surrendering to Him Who gave us life. He will make it. Only when we start to prefer His own, we can rightly be an example and so can break His light in the darkening darkness.

Because of a question about a multiple (plural) marriage, I started looking at what it is based on as far as I understand.Is that a biblically justified society?

There are people who assume that a multiple marriage can, because it is recorded in the Word. One quotes that there are laws in the Word through which things are protected and guided. I have heard that people call it culture-bound or for a certain period of time. One has wishes and that one dresses with the described examples of multiple society in biblical history.

What does the Word say about YHVH’s design of marriage and why do these other laws also apply? Has YHVH deviated from His original marriage plan or did He cite those other laws about a plural marriage to prevent worse, because He knows the heart of men as no Other?

In Genesis we read that YHVH initially first created Adam, of which YHVH later took a part, not a rib, to create Eve / Chava (singular), from Adam. Chava was already there in Adam together in oneness. A secret. The man and woman He created equal to each other with the same authority. Gen 2:20 And Adam called the names of all the cattle, and the fowl of the air, and of all the beasts of the field; but he did not find a helper (singular) for man, who was over against him (Ezer Kenegdo).

Man Adam Zakar, wife Chava Ezer Kenegdo
When both act righteously, the concept of Kenegdo blends out when the man Zakar (Gen. 1:27; Strongs H2145) acts on the Word and thus reminds YHVH of His law.

Kenegdo is opposed, so working opposite, when deviation from that justice is made. The woman to YHVH’s heart will function as Ezer Kenego. The root word “auxiliary” is equal to the power term of help that YHVH offers, see:

Ex. 18: 4 The other was named Eliezer, for he said, “The God of my father was my help (EZER), and delivered me from the sword of Pharaoh.”

Dt. 33:26 “There is none like the God of Jeshurun, Who rides the heavens to your help (EZER), And through the skies in His majesty.

Ps. 33:20 Our soul waits for the LORD; He is our help (EZER) and our shield.

Ps. 70: 5 But I am afflicted and needy; Hasten to me, O God! You are my help (EZER) and my deliverer; O LORD, do not delay.

Hos. 13: 9 It is your destruction, O Israel, That you are against Me, against your help (EZER).

The man will be her protector and the woman according to her calling (2) protector for her husband.

Eph 5:31 Therefore a man shall leave his father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife; and they two will be a flesh. Eph 5:32 This mystery is great; but I say this, seeing on Yeshua and on the Kehila (congregation).

Becoming and living Adam together Gen 5: 2 Man and woman He created them, and blessed them, and called their name Man (root Adam), in the day they were created. Together they are that unity, similar to and in accordance with the image, when YHVH created Adam and took his Ezer Kenegdo from Adam. Echad. Put together that one. The term “other half” says exactly what YHVH means by that closed unit.

The man leaves his father’s house, and that abandonment gives room to his wife, so that they can be completely echoed together. It goes from father’s house to his own house with room for the wife of which the Father and Yeshua speak so explicitly. The protection that his father gave him, he, as a man, gives in turn to his wife.

Between the words of the Father in Genesis and the words of Yeshua, there were men who, either by their wives or by their own preference, entered into a marital society with more women. Their own preference, with more women entering into a marital society. This was not in the beginning of creation.See: Mat 19: 8 He said to them, “Moses, because of the hardness of your hearts, permitted you to leave your wives; but from the beginning it was not so.
But more about that later …

Leave father’s house and become one flesh. Clear fact. Echad.

In the function that the man of the Eternal receive, he can be everything for his wife, because He gives him those talents and the man can maintain those talents with the help of the Father (Zakar), regardless of the deception about him.

In his choice for his wife she will flourish completely and be safe. She can give her husband all the know-how with the help of YHVH in that protective closed circle, in accordance with the talents she has received. She is his equal, although they both have different tasks. Both will be the correct reflection of what YHVH had in mind when He instituted the Echad-marriage.In the function that the man of the Eternal receive, he can be everything for his wife, because He gives him those talents and the man can maintain those talents with the help of the Father (Zakar), regardless of the deception around him.

How does Yeshua love the kehila (congregation), His bride? He has given His own life for that one bride.

Eph 5:25 Husbands, love your wives, even as Yeshua loved the church, and gave himself for it;

Shaul rightly states here how men as guardians and heads should love their own wives. Sweet as Yeshua loved His bride, the kehila (congregation), and He gave Himself for her. That is only possible with a
marriage as YHVH suggested from the beginning. Yeshua did not divide Himself into more possibilities, so the righteous man can not see that either

Matthew 19: 6 That which then joined the Eternal did not separate man.
How does Yeshua love the kehila (congregation), His bride? He has given His own life for that one bride.

Eph 5:25 Husbands, love your wives, even as Yeshua loved the church, and gave himself for it;

Paul rightly states here how men as guardians and heads should love their own wives. Sweet as Yeshua loved His bride, the kehila (congregation), and He gave Himself for her. That is only possible with a marriage as YHVH suggested from the beginning. Yeshua did not divide Himself into more possibilities/persons, so the righteous man can not do that either

Matthew 19: 6 Mat 19:6  Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder.
The closed circle and corresponding covenant can not be broken unilaterally for several women in plural marriage, given the set main lines from the beginning. Yeshua clearly states the following to a question from the Pharisees:

Mat 19: 8 He said to them, Moses, because of the hardness of your hearts, has given you permission to leave your wives; but from the beginning it was not so.

Remember that Yeshua answers scribes. At that time it was a men’s society. We read about it and dont make attention, influenced by contemporary society, where man and woman can make the service together. .

Yeshua indicates the reason for abandonment, the hardness.

What is that?
The opposite avid heart of the soft heart condition that the Word presents.

Strongs through KJV speaks about harshness specifically due to lack of spiritual perception http://studybible.info/strongs/G4641

When we know who we are, we can imagine what that was then and what we are exposed to as a human being in this diminishing biblical society.

Because of the hardness of the heart … Mark 10: 5 ForG4314 theG3588 hardness of your heartG4641 G5216 he wroteG1125 youG5213 thisG5026 precept.G1785

Because of the hardness (1) of your heart … that’s why Moses gave that prescription. So not because that was the intention from the beginning.
We look back at that moment of leaving.

The Word indicates that the definition of the biblical marriage leaving the parents does not mean that there actually came separation in the family when the husband left his parents. He got a different tent or accommodation in those days. It therefore had to do with protection, emotional and physical bonding with one person. Why?

Because in that unique marriage of marriage the protection, emotion, talents, sexuality could flourish and there would be a strong indivisible unity, reflecting both the direct reference to the Messiah and His chosen Bride Israel and His Image. In a multiple marriage situation she would have to share what can be translated with period leave. And such abandonment brings with it deep sorrow, rejection, insecurity, because the first one woman have to share her positon and rights, which YHVH never intended. Such a situation does not represent the unique example of Yeshua and that one Bride. It is understandable that choices give results that are unequal.

The woman is created in such a way that she can only fully flourish when she knows that one chosen one above all beyond.

That is how YHVH created it. She can only fully come into her own right and use her talents that the Creator has already given her in the Garden of Eden.
In this way she can not become her Abba YHVH’s defined equal and flourish with the talents given to her, if the man prefers beside her other women in a multiple marriage.

What I think is opposed to the man who is allowed to fill the leaving of his parents by choosing his wife over all women, is the abandoned / rejected woman, when the married man drops his eye on another than his own wife. Then the circle is broken one-sided. I immediately assume that this also applies the other way round.

Says Yeshua not in Matthew 5:27 Ye have heard that it was said by them of old, Thou shalt not commit adultery. Mat 5:28 But I say unto you, that whosoever looketh upon a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart.

To become one flesh reaches untoldly beyond what we generally understand. It is also a soul connection. In Biblical pastoral counsel is given advice that the promise of a previously broken marriage must be given back to the Father, otherwise that impeded connection always exists between them. That’s how effective that is. In 1Cor 6:16 we read that by physical fellowship one is bound to that one. In my opinion, this again indicates that there can only be one marriage covenant within the existing one.

It is important that both women and men take on the offered original task and gift, if we are to actually take the road of full recovery.

There is a deeply hidden mystery in the creation marriage of the first Adam and the later full marriage of the Second Adam!

As mentioned earlier, Yeshua passes on what His Father began in the Garden of Eden. In the letters of the apostles we read that they take over, witness among others: 1Ti 3: 2 An overseer (pastor, overseer) must be blameless, a womankind, awake, moderate, honorable, gladly accommodating, able to learn; We already meet the name overseer in Nehemiah. It is someone who gives an example of how YHVH means it. It is a responsible task. Are we aware of that?

It is possible that I can share more information in a following article.

I would like to ask you, test my words and thoughts on this subject, because together we can build the Way That Yeshua preceded us.

My sincere thanks to all who made me aware of the above subject matter and issues related to it, especially Mrs Kallacher with her careful explanation, which I found support.In addition, I had a lot of information from Nathan Lawrence, who also approached this matter from the Hebrew point of view as well as the objectivity of Sister SP, who took a close look at this article soberly and biblically.Above all, my thanks go to Abba YHVH, who by His Spirit of Holiness had me engaged in this and clearly expressed His thoughts.In the light of Yeshua and Torah we have taken a different route to the Old paths, where peace is for our souls. Jer 3:16

Shalom, Hadassah
(1) http://www.godrules.net/library/strongs2b/gre4642.htm

NB: I already had written this suject in the Dutch language and my english isnt that perfect, but I have tried the best I can….if you have questions, please ask!

 

Auteur: hadassah18

Wat ik denk dat ik doe? Op doorreis. Ik heb YHWH´s Instructies ontdekt die uitgelegd worden in ZIjn hele Woord, die ik Torah ben gaan noemen en daarbij bewust geworden om Zijn Woord zonder menselijke toevoegingen te toetsen. Ik had dat mijns inziens nooit kunnen ontdekken zonder Yeshua.Wie ik ben? Vrouw, moeder, getrouwd én ik heb m'n identiteit gevonden in YHWH´s Torah toen Hij mij liet zien dat er twee huizen zijn oa beschreven in Ezechièl 37.Omdat ik dat niet veel in onze taal tegenkom, dacht ik een stukje van mijn bevinden online te gaan delen,wat ik sinds 2007 daadwerkelijk doe. Ik hou verder van voedsel bereiden volgens de spijswetten en zonder schadelijke E-nummers, tuinieren, wilde kruiden en groenten, Hebreeuwse muziek, gelijkgestemden ontmoeten...enzo

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  1. Really worthy to read, from Brad Scott : “Not only is ishshah in the singular, but everything else is in concord with the singular woman, as well. Rib is in the singular. Helpmate is in the singular. Now if the Father meant singular, how else could He have expressed it so it would be understood in the beginning to be in the singular other that putting them in the singular? And perhaps more importantly, when Yeshua‘ quotes from the beginning, He also keeps it in the singular. Mattityahu (Matthew) 19:4 And He answered and said unto them, Have ye not read, that He which made them at the beginning made them male and female?Not too long ago, I received an e-mail concerning this very section of Scripture. I was being told that I was taking the verse out of context and that the teaching was actually verifying God’s will for plural wives. I was told that Yeshua‘ was teaching that it was wrong to put away these wives and he quoted Mattityahu 19 to me as the context. Mattityahu 19:8 He saith unto them, Moses because of the hardness of your hearts suffered you to put away your wives: but from the beginning it was not so.Now this is another classic example of forcing an agenda into the text rather than simply listening to the text. Yeshua‘ is speaking to them the men and following in the grammatical structure using the word wives to refer to the helpmates of all the men. To conclude that this passage is teaching plural wives for each man is simply silly. The Scriptures, from the beginning, with respect to prescription, have been consistent. The will of God from the beginning is still the two shall become one. The contrast of two and one is clear. In Mark 10:7 we are told that a man leaves his mother and his father and cleaves to his wife. The model of one man and one wife in the beginning will become the foundation for one bride and one bridegroom in the end. Ultimately, my concern is for the thousands of precious people I meet and talk to inside and outside of this country.
    http://www.wildbranch.org/teachings/lessons/lesson156.html

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