Posted by: cindybythesea | September 5, 2022

Strongs 2556

On Thursday the first day of September President Joe Biden (and I use that term loosely) gave a 25.56 minute speech to the American people. Set against an ominous looking backdrop of red and black flanked by two Marines Mr. Biden commenced to rail against his predecessor and anyone who still supports him. With threatening language and theatrics reminiscent of the third Reich Mr. Biden took clear aim at a large segment of the population in a fashion like nothing we have seen before in this country and anyone who chalks this up to the bumbling antics of an old fool is seriously mistaken.

The Speech

If you have not already listened to this speech I will post the link here. Just click on the blue high lighted text. It’s interesting that although the running time is listed as 25 minutes and 57 seconds when you watch it to the end it concludes at 25.56. This was from CBS …some of the other networks may have slightly different running times but I am going to go with the one I watched which is 25.56/25.57. And I was rather astounded at what I found on looking at this number in the Strongs Concordance. Take a look –

Strongs 2556 – Greek

 2556. kakos Strong’s Concordancekakos: bad, evilOriginal Word: κακός, ή, όν
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: kakos
Phonetic Spelling: (kak-os’)
Definition: bad, evil
Usage: bad, evil, in the widest sense. HELPS Word-studies

2556 kakós (an adjective, and the root of 2549 /kakía, “inner malice”) – properly, inwardly foulrotten (poisoned); (figuratively) inner malice flowing out of a morally-rotten character (= the “rot is already in the wood”).

[2556 /kakós is often a pronominal adjective (i.e. used as a substantive) meaning, “wickedness, inner evil.”]

Strongs 2556 – Hebrew

Strong’s Concordance chamets: leavenedOriginal Word: חָמֵץ
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: chamets
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-mates’)
Definition: to be sour or leavened Brown-Driver-BriggsI. חָמֵץ verbbe sour, leavened (Late Hebrew id., Pi`el Hiph`il make sour, leaven; Arabic 

be sour; Aramaic חֲמַע be sour, leavened

be leavened) —

Qal Perfect חָמֵץ Exodus 12:39Imperfect יֶחְמָ֑ץ Exodus 12:34Infinitive suffix חֻמְצָתוֺ Hosea 7:4 +; — be leavened, of dough (בָּצֵק), Exodus 12:34,39 (E), compare Hosea 7:4.

Hitph. be soured, embitteredPsalm 73:21 (“” כִּלְיוֺתַי אֶשְׁתּוֺנָן).

II. [חמץ] verb be red (? compare Aramaic  Ethpa`al blush, be ashamed, possibly originally be red); —

Qal Passive participle construct חֲמוּץ בְּגָדִים red of garments Isaiah 63:1; possibly also Imperfect3feminine singular תֶּחֱמַץ Psalm 68:24 that thy foot may be red with blood (for ᵑ0 תמחץ; so Krochm Hi Gr; most, however, read תרחץ see רחץ).

III. [חמץ] verb be ruthless (dubious √; perhaps by-form of חמס; perhaps erroneous for it; identification by most with I. חמץ, be sour, hence sharp, violent, but connection improbable) — only

Qal Participle active מִכַּף מְעַוֵּל וְחוֺמֵץ Psalm 71:4 from the hand of the unjust and ruthless (“” מִיַּד רָשָׁע).

Strongs 2557 – Greek

Strong’s Concordance kakourgos: a criminal Original Word: κακοῦργος, ον
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: kakourgos
Phonetic Spelling: (kak-oor’-gos)
Definition: a criminal
Usage: (lit: an evil-worker), a criminal.HELPS Word-studies

2557 kakoúrgos (from 2556 /kakós, “a malignant disposition”) – “a malefactor; a technical word implying criminality. William Ramsay noted this term “marks exactly the tone of the Neronian period, and . . . refers expressly to the flagitia, for which the Christians were condemned under Nero, and for which they were no longer condemned in ad 112″ (WS).

Strong’s Concordance chamets: that which is leavened Original Word: חָמֵץ
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: chamets
Phonetic Spelling: (khaw-mates’)
Definition: that which is leavenedNAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from chamets
Definition
that which is leavened
NASB Translation
leaven (3), leavened (4), leavened bread (3), which is leavened (1).

I don’t know about you but I think this is rather extraordinary. And I hope you took the time to read the description of those words very carefully as they are not accidental or coincidental in any way. The Lord is showing us that he is well aware of the situation and not to fear – in fact, the opposite as the time for our departure draws exceedingly near.

I watched a video on YouTube today that I think you may find of interest. It’s from Nelson Walters and I think he may be quite right in his assessment of what we might expect (as a result of this speech) in the next few weeks – you can find the link to that here.

If the movement of Bible prophecy has been a fast moving river in these last few months and years it is at a torrential pace now. I’m looking with great expectation towards the feast of Trumpets September 25th … and if that proves to be our departure date it won’t matter in the least to us what the enemy has planned – with the exception of knowing what friends and loved ones left behind will be left to face. Praying we use our time wisely between now and then.

“Pray for the peace of Jerusalem they shall prosper who love thee” Psalm 122:6

Watching and waiting with YOU for the soon return of Jesus! Cindy


Responses

  1. Fascinating catch. I don’t believe the Strongs numbers are inspired or anything, but stuff like this sure gives one pause. And with so many “things” like this popping up so regularly, the “coincidence” brush may not be broad enough.

    • I agree, I don’t consider them inspired but I do consider them usable by God which I believe he clearly did in this instance.

  2. Time is short and thank you Cindy for the wonderful reminder to pray for our friends and loved ones. God Bless


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