To help us keep the law, we are given a new spirit one surrendered up at Calvary. Please G-d don’t look at me, look at your Son within me who overcame and did not break one commandment to Him be all glory, honor, and praise.
We are to be as Christ keeping the law because it is His Spirit within us to strengthen us. To make him stronger within us, we must be readers as well as doers of his word. I must become less; he must become more. I would rather be an Avatar for G-d than a minion for Satan.
The following image found in England explodes with G-d’s love for Israel and I. First, it encourages me as a keeper of his commands by making me his Sheriff one who upholds the law. The law that calls us to love our enemies. When Daniel read the handwriting on the wall, the kingdom of Babylon became divided taken away from a lawless king. The latter was in the process of dishonoring the holy things of the temple, sort of how the clergy treats me today with very little value. However, how they feel about me will not change the fact the kingdoms must divide. Daniel was made third highest in the kingdom, being able to read what was written. It not only benefited him; it also helped those who wanted to know whom G-d was with.
Keep in mind the star of David is two pyramids in opposing positions. One represents good, the other evil. Sliced up to form 12 equal-sized triangles, each giving us three complete pyramids of equal size, something the enemy was unable to accomplish in Egypt.
When we find out the total pyramids, we will have the passage. We are looking for the one the images point too. Supernatural design constitutes a designer, and the only book on earth that can give us the answer is the Bible.
(1) Maschil of Asaph. Give ear, O my people, to my law: incline your ears to the words of my mouth.
(2) I will open my mouth in a parable: I will utter dark sayings of old:
(3) Which we have heard and known, and our fathers have told us.
(4) We will not hide them from their children, shewing to the generation to come the praises of the LORD, and his strength, and his wonderful works that he hath done.
(5) For he established a testimony in Jacob, and appointed a law in Israel, which he commanded our fathers, that they should make them known to their children:
(6) That the generation to come might know them, even the children which should be born; who should arise and declare them to their children:
(7) That they might set their hope in G-d, and not forget the works of G-d, but keep his commandments:
(8) And might not be as their fathers, a stubborn and rebellious generation; a generation that set not their heart aright, and whose spirit was not stedfast with G-d.
(9) The children of Ephraim, being armed, and carrying bows, turned back in the day of battle.
(10) They kept not the covenant of G-d, and refused to walk in his law;
(11) And forgat his works, and his wonders that he had shewed them.
(12) Marvellous things did he in the sight of their fathers, in the land of Egypt, in the field of Zoan.
(13) He divided the sea, and caused them to pass through; and he made the waters to stand as an heap.
(14) In the daytime also he led them with a cloud, and all the night with a light of fire.
(15) He clave the rocks in the wilderness, and gave them drink as out of the great depths.
(16) He brought streams also out of the rock, and caused waters to run down like rivers.
(17) And they sinned yet more against him by provoking the most High in the wilderness.
(18) And they tempted G-d in their heart by asking meat for their lust.
(19) Yea, they spake against G-d; they said, Can G-d furnish a table in the wilderness?
(20) Behold, he smote the rock, that the waters gushed out, and the streams overflowed; can he give bread also? can he provide flesh for his people?
(21) Therefore the LORD heard this, and was wroth: so a fire was kindled against Jacob, and anger also came up against Israel;
(22) Because they believed not in G-d and trusted not in his salvation:
(23) Though he had commanded the clouds from above, and opened the doors of heaven,
(24) And had rained down manna upon them to eat, and had given them of the corn of heaven.
(25) Man did eat angels’ food: he sent them meat to the full.
(26) He caused an east wind to blow in the heaven: and by his power he brought in the south wind.
(27) He rained flesh also upon them as dust, and feathered fowls like as the sand of the sea:
(28) And he let it fall in the midst of their camp, round about their habitations.
(29) So they did eat, and were well filled: for he gave them their own desire;
(30) They were not estranged from their lust. But while their meat was yet in their mouths,
(31) The wrath of G-d came upon them, and slew the fattest of them, and smote down the chosen men of Israel.
(32) For all this they sinned still, and believed not for his wondrous works.
(33) Therefore their days did he consume in vanity, and their years in trouble.
(34) When he slew them, then they sought him: and they returned and enquired early after G-d.
(35) And they remembered that G-d was their rock, and the high G-d their redeemer.
(36) Nevertheless they did flatter him with their mouth, and they lied unto him with their tongues.
(37) For their heart was not right with him, neither were they stedfast in his covenant.
(38) But he, being full of compassion, forgave their iniquity, and destroyed them not: yea, many a time turned he his anger away, and did not stir up all his wrath.
(39) For he remembered that they were but flesh; a wind that passeth away, and cometh not again.
(40) How oft did they provoke him in the wilderness, and grieve him in the desert!
(41) Yea, they turned back and tempted G-d, and limited the Holy One of Israel.
(42) They remembered not his hand, nor the day when he delivered them from the enemy.
(43) How he had wrought his signs in Egypt, and his wonders in the field of Zoan:
(44) And had turned their rivers into blood; and their floods, that they could not drink.
(45) He sent divers sorts of flies among them, which devoured them; and frogs, which destroyed them.
(46) He gave also their increase unto the caterpiller, and their labour unto the locust.
(47) He destroyed their vines with hail, and their sycomore trees with frost.
(48) He gave up their cattle also to the hail, and their flocks to hot thunderbolts.
(49) He cast upon them the fierceness of his anger, wrath, and indignation, and trouble, by sending evil angels among them.
(50) He made a way to his anger; he spared not their soul from death, but gave their life over to the pestilence;
(51) And smote all the firstborn in Egypt; the chief of their strength in the tabernacles of Ham:
(52) But made his own people to go forth like sheep, and guided them in the wilderness like a flock.
(53) And he led them on safely, so that they feared not: but the sea overwhelmed their enemies.
(54) And he brought them to the border of his sanctuary, even to this mountain, which his right hand had purchased.
(55) He cast out the heathen also before them, and divided them an inheritance by line, and made the tribes of Israel to dwell in their tents.
(56) Yet they tempted and provoked the most high G-d, and kept not his testimonies:
(57) But turned back, and dealt unfaithfully like their fathers: they were turned aside like a deceitful bow.
(58) For they provoked him to anger with their high places, and moved him to jealousy with their graven images.
(59) When G-d heard this, he was wroth, and greatly abhorred Israel:
(60) So that he forsook the tabernacle of Shiloh, the tent which he placed among men;
(61) And delivered his strength into captivity, and his glory into the enemy’s hand.
(62) He gave his people over also unto the sword; and was wroth with his inheritance.
(63) The fire consumed their young men; and their maidens were not given to marriage.
(64) Their priests fell by the sword; and their widows made no lamentation.
(65) Then the Lord awaked as one out of sleep, and like a mighty man that shouteth by reason of wine.
(66) And he smote his enemies in the hinder parts: he put them to a perpetual reproach.
(67) Moreover he refused the tabernacle of Joseph, and chose not the tribe of Ephraim:
(68) But chose the tribe of Judah, the mount Zion which he loved.
(69) And he built his sanctuary like high palaces, like the earth which he hath established for ever.
(70) He chose David also his servant, and took him from the sheepfolds:
(71) From following the ewes great with young he brought him to feed Jacob his people, and Israel his inheritance.
(72) So he fed them according to the integrity of his heart; and guided them by the skilfulness of his hands.
To make sure we overlook nothing we will also address Psalm 26
(1) A Psalm of David. Judge me, O LORD; for I have walked in mine integrity: I have trusted also in the LORD; therefore I shall not slide.
(2) Examine me, O LORD, and prove me; try my reins and my heart.
(3) For thy lovingkindness is before mine eyes: and I have walked in thy truth.
(4) I have not sat with vain persons, neither will I go in with dissemblers.
(5) I have hated the congregation of evil doers; and will not sit with the wicked.
(6) I will wash mine hands in innocency: so will I compass thine altar, O LORD:
(7) That I may publish with the voice of thanksgiving, and tell of all thy wondrous works.
(8) LORD, I have loved the habitation of thy house, and the place where thine honour dwelleth.
(9) Gather not my soul with sinners, nor my life with bloody men:
(10) In whose hands is mischief, and their right hand is full of bribes.
(11) But as for me, I will walk in mine integrity: redeem me, and be merciful unto me.
(12) My foot standeth in an even place: in the congregations will I bless the LORD.