Disqualification; 24th Day of Counting The Omer

Ethiopic Miaziah 23, Hebrew Iyyar 16, May 1, 2018, 24th Day of Counting the Omer

SAY Glory, honor, thanks and praise of, to, with and for Yahoshua Ben YHWH.

Yahoshua is my Lord and Savior!

Abba Father, be glorified! Glory to Ruach Kadesh of TRuth-guide INI in YHWH’S truth, grace, shalom, wisdom.

Shalom Greetings Ihit, Ahkotee, Bats and Bens, Ishas and Ish, Abbas and Emahs, of Jerusalem, Mount Zion, Messianic Ethiopian Hebrew Beta Israel Rastafari who observe this 24th Day of Counting The Omer!


Psalms 131, A Psalm of Degrees

 I Have Stilled My Soul

1{A Song of degrees of David.}

LORD, YHWH ALMIGHTY, my heart is not haughty, nor mine eyes lofty: neither do I exercise myself in great matters, or in things too high for me.

2Surely I have behaved and quieted myself, as a child that is weaned of his mother: my soul is even as a weaned child.

3Let Israel hope in the LORD, YHWH ALMIGHTY from henceforth and for ever.


“התקווה של איילהינגדשט

Prayer For Counting the Omer

יבורך יהוה שלנו כוח מלך העולם אשר קידשנו מצוותיו, ציווה אותנו לסמוך על עומ

Baruk Atah YHWH Eloheinu Melek Haolam asher kidishanu bmitzvotav vitzivanu al sfirat ha Omer.

Blessed be our Adonai and the power of the king of the world who sanctified His commandments and commanded that we count the Omer.


In Psalms 131 we see David at a place of humility and acceptance. Like a child, crying, wanting her parents favor, love and comfort.

Like a teenager wanting to go to a party, who is told “no”, by her parents. The teen cries and sulks, and then refuses to do chores.

After further punishment the teen finally accepts her parent’s decision, gets up and does the chores.

Afterwards the teen goes to her parents and apologizes for her behavior, she acknowledges that she really wanted to go to the party, but accepts her parents decision.

Before she goes to her room, she informs her parents that she and her friend had talked of practicing a dance routine, if it is alright with her parents.

Her parents do not immediately respond.

She hugs and kisses her parents and thanks them for loving her and being her parents. As she looks at her parents wide eye with hope, she waits for a response.

Her parents tell her they will discuss matters and let her know their decision.

As a weaned child, she looks towards her parents hoping that her parents find favor in her for humility and hope she had developed towards her parents. She hopes her parents will allow she and her friend to dance.

As a woman who loves a man who refuses to accept her, David’s acceptance that there are matters and things that are too high for him. The woman has tried several times to gain favor, in his eyes.  He has many women whom he loves and she is one he cares for. After many years and tears, the woman humbles herself accepting reality of matters. There are many fruit in the vineyard. He has chosen fruit he desires. She improves herself, weans herself as a child, hoping to be loved and accepted by The Man.

Israel, INI, we, YHWH’S people,  let our heart not be haughty, nor our eyes be lofty, neither exercise ourselves in things too high. Behave and quiet ourselves as a weaned child, weaned of his mother. Let Israel’s hope be in The LORD, YHWH ALMIGHTY, henceforth and forever.

Daily we are faced with change, challenges and choices. Seek YHWH’S word to see what YHWH’S word has to “say” about all matters. Ask YHWH for wisdom and discernment of YHWH in the face of all matters.

An example of wisdom and discernment is with regards to what we consume.

Beer and wine are acceptable drinks. However, choosing to drink contaminated beer and wine is equivalent to choosing to drink bleach and think everything will be alright.

Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer is in beer and wine

YHWH’S WORD; My people perish for lack of knowledge. 

Once we know, truth, and know that trust has been betrayed, what do we do? 

Either in the world, flesh and devil matrix and or in the foundation of values, beliefs, customs and traditions, look to and trust YHWH. Psalms 11:3.

YHWH has physical and spiritual qualifications and disqualifications for acceptance and service. 

Torah Portion Emor:

There are physical disqualifications YHWH instructs Moshe of regarding Aaronic priest. The disqualifications are found in Wayikrak/Leviticus 21:16-24

Wayikrah/Leviticus 21:16- YHWH spoke to Moshe’ to speak to Aaron, saying “Whosoever he be of thy seed in their generations that has any blemish, let him not approach to offer bread of his Power”.

Blemishes include blind, lame, flat nose, or anything superfluous, anything lacking in its parts, broken footed, broken handed, crook back, dwarf, blemish in his eye, scurvy, scabbed, broken stones, (his private parts).

He shall not come near YHWH to make offerings by fire. He shall eat the bread of his Power, the most kadosh and the kadosh. 

He shall not go into the vail, nor come near to the altar, because he had a blemish.

YHWH says this that the sanctuary be not profane.

Moses told Aaron, his sons and all the children of Israel.


1. Chesed: loving kindness, benevolence

2. Gevurah: justice, discipline, restraint, strength of YHWH’S absolute judgment

3. Tipheret: beauty, harmony, compassion

4. Netzach: victory, endurance, fortitude, ambition, long-suffering, and patience

5. Hod: humility, spendor, thru prayer

6. Yesod: foundation, bonding, powerful connection

7. Malchut: kingdom, sovereignty, leadership in YHWH’S creation


Ihit Ahkotee Mary Rose
and aghsweb.wordpress.com

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