Fix Your Gaze on Jesus Christ – Part 5: Song of Solomon 5:12b

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His eyes are as the eyes of doves by the rivers of waters, washed with milk, and fitly set.  Song of Solomon 5:12

In the first part of this verse we discovered:

Our Bridegroom King, Yeshua, Sees and Understands us through the Spirit.  He Covers and Protects us with His Right arm of Power, Restoring Life and Activating us in His ways.

He not only Covers and Protects us, He Reconnects us with Abba.  And in that Restoration we receive a Life filled with Grace and Revelation that we need to Give Attention to.

Our King stands as God in Strength and Power.  When He Speaks a New Governmental Order is established giving us a New Beginning, Set Apart as Holy, fully Consecrated to God.  In doing this, He brings us back to God’s original intent when He created us, Completing the Cycle.

And lastly, our Bridegroom goes with us through Trial and Testing, Cleansing us with Water (His Word) that brings Life.  He Covers us there until the Work is Finished and fills us with Hidden Truth.

Today we will uncover the last part of this verse.  It says, “His eyes…are washed with milk, and fitly set.”

The word WASHED in this verse is Strong’s #7364.  It looks like this in Hebrew: washedand it is defined: רָחַץ râchats, raw-khats’; a primitive root; to lave (the whole or a part of a thing):—bathe (self), wash (self).

Reading from right to left the letters are:

Resh  200 = Insufficiency, Poverty. Picture: Head Means: Head, Chief, Beginning, Highest, Most Important, a Person, Human Reasoning vs. Obedience.  (When we allow human reasoning to be our master, our head, poverty of the Spirit results.)

Chet  8 = New Beginnings. Means: Fence, Gate, Tent wall to Separate, Protect, Cut off. Torah

Final Tzade 900 = Humility. Picture-Fishhook.  Means: Righteousness, to pull toward, Desire, Trouble, Harvest

The word WASHED reveals: Yeshua, as Head over all, comes against our Human Reasoning that refuses to obey God and in Humility, He draws us into His Word that Separates and Protects us, creating Righteousness in our lives.

His eyes are washed with MILK: Strong’s #2461.  In Hebrew it looks like this: Milk and is defined: חָלָב châlâb, khaw-lawb’; from the same as H2459; milk (as the richness of kine):— cheese, milk, sucking.

Reading from right to left the letters are:

Chet  8 = New Beginnings. Means: Fence, Gate, Tent wall to Separate, Protect, Cut off. Torah

Lamed  30 =  Blood of Messiah, Dedication to a task.  Means: Staff, Goad or Stick, to Teach or Instruct, Authority, to Control, Urge Forward, a Tongue

Bet  2 =  Divide or Division     Means: House/Family; God’s word, God’s dwelling place (Temple)

The fact that His eyes are washed with milk means as we follow Him, we are Separated and Protected by the Fence of God’s word and by His lead, we learn how to live in God’s Family, His Dwelling Place.

The verse says His eyes are FITLY set.  The word Fitly is Strong’s #4402 and the primary root is #4390.  It looks like this: Fitlyand is  defined  מָלֵא mâlêʼ, maw-lay’; or מָלָא mâlâʼ; (Esther 7:5), a primitive root; to fill or be full of, in a wide application —accomplish, confirm, consecrate, be at an end, be expired, be fenced, fill, fulfil, to (over-) flow, fulness, furnish, gather (selves, together), presume, replenish, satisfy, set, space, take a (hand-) full, have wholly. (That’s a whole lot of definition.)

Here are the letters:

Mem 40= Trial, Testing, Tribulation.  Means Womb, Water from the womb, Cleansing water, flowing water that brings life, Mighty, Massive Chaos, Humility, taking the low place, hidden relationship with God, Cleansing water, flowing water that brings life.

Lamed  30 =  Blood of Messiah, Dedication to a task.  Means: Staff, Goad or Stick, to Teach or Instruct, Authority, to Control, Urge Forward, a Tongue

Aleph 1= God – Echad – Unity, Unique (no other like it) Means: Ox head—Strength or Leader, Most Important, FirstThe Strength and Power of the leader

Our Bridegroom King lived a life of Constant Cleansing in His Hidden Relationship with Abba.  He followed Instruction and became One with Him in Unity, Strength and Power.

Let’s close this up with the word SET – Strong’s #3427.  It looks like this: Set and is defined יָשַׁב yâshab, yaw-shab’; a primitive root; properly, to sit down (specifically as judge. in ambush, in quiet); to dwell, to remain; to settle, to marry:—(make to) abide(-ing), continue, (cause to, make to) dwell(-ing), ease self, endure, establish, × fail, habitation, haunt, (make to) inhabit(-ant), make to keep (house), lurking, × marry(-ing), (bring again to) place, remain, return, seat, set(-tle), (down-) sit(-down, still, -ting down, -ting (place) -uate), take, tarry.

The letters from right to left are:

Yod 10 = The outcome or completion of something. Means: Hand, Right Arm, Power, Right hand of God’s power, a Deed Done, To Work, to Cover, Allow, Hollow, Open Hand

Shin  300 = Victory of good over evil, Holy Spirit.  Means: Teeth, Fire, the Fire of God to consume all His enemies, Devour, Destroy, Something Sharp

Bet  2 =  Divide or Division     Means: House/Family; God’s word, God’s dwelling place (Temple)

Finally, our wonderful Bridegroom Covers us with His Right Hand of Power.  He Destroys our enemies and Settles us in God’s Family, His Dwelling Place.

SUMMARY

Yeshua, as Head over all, comes against our Human Reasoning that refuses to obey God and in Humility, He draws us into His Word that Separates and Protects us, creating Righteousness in our lives.

His eyes are washed with milk means as we follow Him, we are Separated and Protected by the Fence of God’s word and by His lead, we learn how to live in God’s Family, His Dwelling Place.

Our Bridegroom King lived a life of Constant Cleansing in His Hidden Relationship with Abba.  He followed Instruction and became One with Him in Unity, Strength and Power.

Finally, He Covers us with His Right Hand of Power.  He Destroys our enemies and Settles us in God’s Family, His Dwelling Place.

What a wonderful Bridegroom we have.  There is no other like Him.

Have a blessed week. ♥

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