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[Inner Cycle] > Psalm 21 - Shin - My Exceeding Joy!

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Spoke 21

Ecclessiastes, John, Jude

The king shall joy in thy strength, O LORD; and in thy salvation how greatly shall he rejoice!

Psalm 21:1 (Inner Cycle: Spoke 21, Cycle 1)

Then will I go unto the altar of God, unto God my exceeding joy: yea, upon the harp will I praise thee, O God my God.

Psalm 43:5 (Inner Cycle: Spoke 21, Cycle 2)

The infinite Wisdom of God shines with exceeding clarity here in Psalm 21. It is linked to many elements from Spoke 21, including multiple KeyWords and KeyLinks. I will therefore walk through the entire Psalm one verse at a time.

Verse 1: Exceeding Joy

God used two different words for joy in this verse:

  • pic (Samach, Rejoice, S# H8055). This is a Shin KeyWord, that relates to the gift of God's Spirit.
  • pic (Geel, Rejoice, S# H1524). This is a Gimel KeyWord. Its numerical value is n43 which relates to the Holy Spirit and the Joy He gives (cf. The Shield of the Holy Trinity). It is the index of Psalm 43 where God used its meaning with great clarity.

The two words Samach and Geel appear in both verses quoted above. Their corresponding Spoke Numbers - 3 and 21 - are of the same reduction class because 2 + 1 = 3. Both are strongly related to the Holy Spirit (cf. pic = 300 = The Spirit of God). The theme of exceeding joy forms a strong link between Psalm 21, Psalm 43, and the Book of Jude (Spoke 21, Cycle 3), as discussed below in the context of verses 6.e presence of God.

The idea of "Joy" is also expressed in the Shin KeyWord pic (Soos) which God used in two Shin Alphabetic Verses. The first is from verse 21 of Lamentations 4, where God used two Shin KeyWords in conjuction, both of which mean Joy:

Rejoice (Soos) and be glad (Samach), O daughter of Edom, that dwellest in the land of Uz; the cup also shall pass through unto thee: thou shalt be drunken, and shalt make thyself naked.

The othere is from the great alphabetic Psalm 119 (vs. 162):

I rejoice (Soos) at thy word, as one that findeth great spoil.

The repeated reference to the King echoes the idea of the pic (Sar, Prince/Ruler, cf. GR ) whence the English Sire and Sir, though this word does not appear in this Psalm.

Verse 2: Saphah (Lip)

Thou hast given him his heart's desire, and hast not withholden the request of his lips. Selah.

This uses the Shin KeyWord pic (Saphah, Lip, S# H8193), which God also used in the Shin Verse of the Alphabetic Verses in Lamentations 3 (vs. 62):

The lips of those that rose up against me, and their device against me all the day.

Verse 3: Sheyt (Set)

For thou preventest him with the blessings of goodness: thou settest a crown of pure gold on his head.

This uses the Shin KeyWord pic (Sheyt, Set, S# H7896). This is an obvious cognate with the English "set." It also forms the last three letters of the First Word of the Bible, Berashit, which can be interpretted as Bar (The Son) Eshit (I will set, or establish) (cf. Psalm 110). This root also appears in Verse 6 and Verse 9.

Verse 4: Sha'al (Ask)

He asked life of thee, and thou gavest it him, even length of days for ever and ever.

This uses the Shin KeyWord pic (Sha'al, Ask, S# H7592). This links to many elements of Spoke 21. I begin with the set (asked, give*/gave*, life/living) [Verify], which forms a keylink between Psalm 21.4 and and John 4.10:

Jesus answered and said unto her, If thou knewest the gift of God, and who it is that saith to thee, Give me to drink; thou wouldest have asked of him, and he would have given thee living water.

We have the two dimensional KeyLink:

keyKeyLink: Asking Life of God
PPsalms( 211, 4 ) chain PBible( 212, 4 )

Psalm 21 also integrates with the question posed by Joseph in Genesis 43, which is linked with the set ("he asked", life/alive) [Verify] :

And he asked them of their welfare, and said, Is your father well, the old man of whom ye spake? Is he yet alive?

We have the KeyLink:

keyKeyLink: Asking about Life
PPsalms( 211 ) chain PGenesis( 212 )

God also used Sha'al in the opening verse of 0 (Spoke 21, Cycle 3).

Verse 5: Gadol (Great)

His glory is great in thy salvation: honour and majesty hast thou laid upon him.

The word translated as "great" is the Gimel KeyWord pic (Gadol). As with verse 1 above, this Gimel KeyWord also sums to 43, and it relates directly to the nature of the Holy Spirit who magnifies the glory and greatness of God.

We also have a KeyLink to the Book of Jude (Spoke 21, Cycle 3) based on the set (majesty, glory, sav*/salv*) [Verify]. Here are the linked verses side-by-side:

Spoke 21, Cycle 1
(Psalm 21.5)
Spoke 21, Cycle 3
(Jude 25)
His glory is great in thy salvation: honour and majesty hast thou laid upon him. For thou hast made him most blessed for ever: thou hast made him exceeding glad with thy countenance. Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy, To the only wise God our Saviour, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and ever. Amen.

I included the preceding verse in each case and highlighted the words that will appear in the links below in the discussion on Verse 6 to bring out the depth of integration between these verse. Large sets of words are linked together in these geometrically correlated passages.

Verses 6-7: Exceedingly Glad

For thou hast made him most blessed for ever: thou hast made him exceeding glad with thy countenance. For the king trusteth in the LORD, and through the mercy of the most High he shall not be moved.

Now we will discover another KeyLink in the same context of both Psalm 21 and Jude. Searching for all verses containing the set (exceeding, glad/joy) [Verify] yield nine verses, three of which are Psalm 21, Psalm 43, and the Book of Jude. The two from the Psalms are the only verse in the Psalms to contain this set. Here are the three Spoke 21 verses side by side:

Spoke 21, Cycle 1
(Psalm 21.6)
Spoke 21, Cycle 2
(Psalm 43.4)
Spoke 21, Cycle 3
(Jude 24)
For thou hast made him most blessed for ever: thou hast made him exceeding glad with thy countenance. Then will I go unto the altar of God, unto God my exceeding joy: yea, upon the harp will I praise thee, O God my God. Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy,

The underlined words reveal the common theme of the Joy being found in the presence of God. We also have a KeyLink between Psalm 21 and Jude based on the set (exceeding, joy/glad, presence/countenance) [Verify]:

keyKeyLink: Exceeding Joy in the Presence of God
PPsalms( 211 ) chain PBible( 213 )

Now this is theology I can believe in! Joy in the presence of God - manifesting in the geometric structure of the Holy Word! Amen!

Verse 8: Hate (Sa'aneh)

Thine hand shall find out all thine enemies: thy right hand shall find out those that hate thee.

God used this Shin KeyWord pic (Sa'aneh, Hate) in conjunction with the Shin KeyWord pic (Shaqar, Lie) in the Shin verse of Psalm 119 (vs. 163)

I hate and abhor lying: but thy law do I love.

Verses 9-12: Fiery Oven of God's Wrath (Esh)

Thou shalt make them as a fiery oven in the time of thine anger: the LORD shall swallow them up in his wrath, and the fire shall devour them.

Their fruit shalt thou destroy from the earth, and their seed from among the children of men. For they intended evil against thee: they imagined a mischievous device, which they are not able to perform. Therefore shalt thou make them turn their back, when thou shalt make ready thine arrows upon thy strings against the face of them.

The word translated as "fiery" and "fire" in the this verse is pic (Esh), formed simply by combining Aleph with Shin, which reveals the essence of Shin. Dr. Frank Seekens (cf. hwp pg. 14) analyses this word in terms of Aleph as Strength (from it literal meaning as Ox) and Shin as Devourer (from its literal meaning of Tooth) to arrive as Fire as the Strong Devourer. Makes sense to me! All of this is deeply intergrated with the nature of the Holy Spirit and the Divine Name Elohim, when when spelt full, coincides with the value of Fire (cf. GR n301), just as the value of Shin itself, n300, coincides with that of The Spirit of God (Ruach Elohim).

The theme of fiery judgment is extremely strong in the little Book of Jude. Here are the two verses where the word "fire" actually occurs:

Even as Sodom and Gomorrha, and the cities about them in like manner, giving themselves over to fornication, and going after strange flesh, are set forth for an example, suffering the vengeance of eternal fire.

And others save with fear, pulling them out of the fire; hating even the garment spotted by the flesh. [Jude 23]

Note the reference to "hate" which also appears in Verse 8 above.

Verse 13: Song - The Joyous Word

Be thou exalted, LORD, in thine own strength: so will we sing and praise thy power.

This uses the Shin KeyWord pic (Shir, S# H7891), which certainly fits with the dominant Spoke 21 themes of Joy and Word (Logos), for what is a Song if not the Word expressed in Joy?






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