Sunday, January 19, 2014

It shall come to pass!

The word "shall" is a word that is frequently used in the bible. However, little attention is given to this word in spite of the authority and determine outcomes it speaks to.

The word "shall" for the most part is always indicating DETERMINE FUTURE EVENTS, suggesting what one's intent, plans or expectation is concerning future events. In other word it speaks ...
of a determine or establish end or result. Unlike words such as may and might that suggests or detains an uncertainty, the word shall indicates what will happen or what will be.

Amazingly, the etymology or origin of this word is of an old English origin which means to "owe". It goes even further back to a prehistoric Germanic word skal or skul which means "debt"

It is used in English as an auxiliary verb, again denoting future time with such phrases as intends to, plan to, or expects to, must, ought to etc. The bottom line is when this word is used it speaks directly to a future obligation.

To owe someone or to be indebt to anyone suggest that the one that is indebt had to at some point borrowed from the one that they're indebt to. So the revelation of the word "shall" will always be accompanied with the understanding that the future owes you but for the most part that owing is conditional.

For example, scriptures says, "And it SHALL come to pass if thou shalt hearken diligently unto the voice of the lord thy God, to observe and to do all his commandments which I commanded thee this day, that the Lord thy God will set thee on high above all nations of the earth, Deut. 28:1

So in order for what is being promised to come to pass, then we must lend our belief to whatever the biblical command may be and as a result the future now owes us the promise.

Further proof of this revelation extends to Deut 28:2, which says, that ALL these blessings "SHALL" (OR WILL BE OWED TO US) come on us and overtake us, if we shalt harken unto the voice of the lord thy God.

So rather than being so caught up on the Prophet/prophetess saying that it "shall come to pass" you aught to be more concern about the INSTRUCTIONS, that if followed will cause it to come to pass.

"You can not be owed anything if you've not invested something"

Written BY: Kevin L A Ewing