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The house of strength and might will not sustain.

The Old Covenant and its Hebrew language make it perfectly clear that the “house of strength, might” (Beth El) is to be perpetually destroyed. The Greeks have translated Beth El as “oikos theos;” “dwelling of a deity (singular).” Let’s now look at the Renewed Covenant with the Greek mindset about Beth El:

Mattithyah (Matthew) 12:4 – “How he (David) entered the oikos (dwelling) of theos (a deity) and ate the showbread which was not lawful for him to eat… but only for the priests.”

Hebrew scripture tells us that the showbread was to be placed in the Holy Place of the Temple of The Most High. Is that Temple the “Beth El” that the Almighty cursed forever?

Markos (Mark) 2:26 – “How he went into the oikos of theos… and ate the showbread… which is not lawful to eat except for the priest…”
So the priests set up a Temple in Beth El?

Acts 10:2 – “A devout man and one who feared (reverenced) theos (a deity) with all his oikos (dwelling)… and prayed to theos always.”

So the altar deemed filled with sin is where men devoted to Yahweh now worship?

1 Timothy 3:15 – “But if I (Shaul – Paul) am delayed, I write so that you may know how you ought to conduct yourself in the oikos of theos, which is the church of the living theos, the pillar and ground of the truth.”

Is Shaul saying that Beth El is now the home of the Most High?

From the Aleph (beginning letter of the Hebrew language) to the Tau (ending letter of the Hebrew language), we have been given examples of names and words that in some form or another, describe the fallen state of the el. Let’s take a look at a sample of the judgment described within the names and words. The number that follows each is the coinciding number for the Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible. The “h” following the number is the definition found in the Hebrew dictionary, and the “g” is for the Greek dictionary:

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