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God's rhetorcal speaking is manifold

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God's inexhaustible means of rhetorical speech


In this list you will find the rhetoric of God described as follows as I discovered it in the Bible. Certainly incomplete, but what I have already discovered is a treasure trove. A treasure that I will never let go of again. Every day I admire my treasures and praise the artist. A toast to genius!


God talks through:


  1. the plain text: what we understand from him, whether as a child or as an adult;
  2. Words: like lion - eagle; water - fish; bow - sword; stones - trees; sun, moon and stars and much more. (see script: The book Jaschar currently only in German)
  3. Parables and parables: the Bible is stuffed with them;
  4. Puzzles and puzzles; (key is the script about Samson - Judge 14 -);
  5. Allegories: veiled speeches;
  6. Analogies: e.g: Israel - Christianity = Esau - Jacob; also vice versa, depending on location;
  7. Hapax Legomena (words or phrases that occur only once in the Bible);
  8. Patterns: as abstraction, plan, model;
  9. Mirroring: with individual words; with a link that tells better and more vividly what I mean.  (From 3 minutes and 14 seconds the watching of the video can be stopped calmly, because the following sequences tell veiled prophecy. Video Serach-Heres
  10. Mirroring of persons: the most difficult part of biblical texts (unfortunately cannot be elaborated on here; see script: the book Esther).
  11. Ordering structures of the texts (see script: The Book of Jaschar);
  12. Numbers: the best known numbers are: 2, 3, 7, 8, 12, 10, 40; are carriers of meanings and pointers and connectors to other text passages.
  13. Pairs: (strictly speaking they belong to the analogies, but can also be assigned to the patterns and reflections), as twin or non-twin; male or female; woman and concubine (married to both); Zion and Jerusalem; land of the two rivers; Elijah and Elisha (here the similarities are told intentionally) and many more;
  14. Knitting: yes, correctly read, God can knit;
  15. Knots: God's way of telling the story is like a knot, one often does not know where the red thread continues, whether upwards or downwards, whether to the right or to the left. The prophet Daniel was able to loosen knots with the help of the Lord (Daniel, the knot loosener; see Daniel, chap. 5,12 and 16);
  16. Cutting technique: Texts are cut down to the smallest element, the letter. (see script: the book Jaschar) and the video Midbar.
  17. Root technique: We can see everything on a tree. But stop! Almost everything! What we don't see are its roots. It's the same with the Hebrew and Greek words. The roots carry a tree, give it firmness and indicate the range of its roots. So are the roots of the Hebrew and Greek words. They are: meaningful, give the term firmness and indicate the range of its meaning. It is only through its root network that the tree will not wither (doctrinally not flatten) even in times of drought, but absorb the deep water. To study texts of the Bible without considering the roots is like studying a dead object. This applies to scholars. It belonged to them thick and bold and written in large letters in the trunk book.
  18. Through the Petucha פ and Setuma ס. The two letters structure the texts. But what exactly do they structure? They assign the text statements. They belong to the pairings, Jakob or Esau. The פ stands for Herez and the ס for Serach. See: Video Serach-Heres.
  19. And much more.

Now we take a closer look at the first stylistic devices that God has used in the Bible. -> Word Pictures

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