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Thursday, 14 November 2013

...and takes it all to another level - by David Weber

"Obed-Edom" in Hebrew means "Worshiper of Edom" or "servant of Edom." "Edom" of course, was a descendent of Esau, one who is a type of the flesh. "Edomites" in scripture thus represent fleshly or worldly characters.

Now, Obed-edom was a Gittite who had taken up residence in Judah and who probably was a follower of David. David had many followers among the Gittites. This might explain why David was willing to entrust a foreigner with the custody of the Ark of the Covenant. It was at Nachon's threshing-floor that David became afraid after Uzzah was was struck dead from touching the Ark. It was there that David decided to carry the Ark aside into the house of Obed-Edom (who apparently lived nearby). There the Ark remained for three months, and to Obed-Edom and his family this was an occasion of great blessing. As I shared earlier, David eventually removed the Ark from there and with great rejoicing. He then set the Ark in the midst of the Tabernacle that he pitched for it IN ZION. This Tabernacle and Ark represent the glory of God in the midst of the Church, beloved, glory like has not been seen in a couple thousand years (only in Jesus, really).

Without much more commentary from me about all of this, I hope that you all can see the prophetic picture that has been drawn for us; of how many "New Agers" today have been BLESSED for a season with the things that most Christians today are afraid of, and of how this is just until the Church gets over their fear and takes it all TO ANOTHER LEVEL! – David Weber through Annalize Mouton on Facebook



Perched on a hoisting platform high above the crowd at New York’s Crystal Palace, a pragmatic mechanic shocked the crowd when he dramatically cut the only rope suspending the platform on which he was standing. The platform dropped a few inches, but then came to a stop. His revolutionary new safety brake had worked, stopping the platform from crashing to the ground. “All safe, gentlemen!” the man proclaimed. 

The man riding the hoist was Elisha Graves Otis, the founder and namesake of our company. With his safety brake, Otis literally started the lift industry. His invention enabled buildings – and architects’ imaginations – to climb ever skyward, giving a new and bolder shape to the modern urban skyline. 

Mr. Otis sold his first safe lifts in 1853. Today, more than a century and a half later, Otis still stands as the world’s leading lift company, with more than 60,000 employees serving customers in nearly every country on earth. Thanks to their dedication, you can ride Otis equipment with confidence, knowing that it represents more than 150 years of experience in both safety and quality.


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