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The Health of My Soul
Psalm 42 Proverbs 3 John
Why art thou cast down, O my soul? and why art thou disquieted within
me? hope thou in God: for I shall yet praise him, who is the health of my
countenance, and my God.
Psalm 42:11 (Inner Cycle: Spoke 20, Cycle 2)
Pleasant words are as an honeycomb, sweet to the soul, and health to the bones.
Proverbs 16:24 (Bible Wheel: Spoke 20, Cycle 1)
Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be
in health, even as thy soul prospereth.
3 John 1:2 (Bible Wheel: Spoke 20, Cycle 3)
The strong theme of Spoke 20 based on the KeyWord (Rapha, Health/Physician) originates with its
first appearance in [Inner Cycles] > Genesis 20
and flowers in Proverbs and the Gospel according to Doctor Luke
in which the distribution of health based words is maximized. It reaches its pinacle
in the second verse of the tiny book III John, quoted above.
It is important to note that
the word translated as
"health" in Psalm 42.11 is yeshuah, typically translated salvation. Of the seven
versions used for comparison in this study, only the KJV displays this thematic link - which
is weak in the sense that it isn't directly supported by the underlying Hebrew text. On the other hand,
it is integrated with the primary theme of health found on Spoke 20. One can't help but
wonder if this is not a "divine coincidence" - or rather, more evidence of God's Hand in the
translation of the beloved King James Bible. This proposition should be warmly received by all
who recognize the unique work God accomplished with the KJV which reigned supreme as the dominant
world wide textform of Holy Scripture for nearly four hundred years, years that were
formative in the sense that they spanned the great planetary transition
into a global community.
This seems to echo what God did with the Koine Greek and Roman roads, which He prepared so the
Gospel could go forth to the whole world. There is no reason whatsoever to doubt God's Hand in
the translation of His Holy Word.
There's a lot more work needs to be done to uncover the pattern of Spoke 20
on the Inner Cycle of the Psalms. For example, I haven't traced out the great and obvious theme of
God that is truly the essence of Psalm 42. Any insights would be appreciated.