Posted by: cindybythesea | September 17, 2022

An Emerging Picture

In late June or early July of this year a funnel cloud was photographed over the small town where I grew up in South Eastern Utah. I have had family living in this area for years and as far as I know this is simply unprecedented. And while it did not touch down it provided quite the excitement for the inhabitants of this little town.

So in light of that I came across something interesting that I wanted to share. Nothing to do with tornados but rather a picture as striking in its content as the one above but with one difference- the picture I’m talking about is one not of painted images or photographs but one of words.

If you have read my blog recently you know that I wrote a post earlier this month titled Strongs 2556. I have found it interesting over the years to use Strongs not just for its definition of Hebrew and Greek words but to occasionally look at a particular number to see what word might be associated with it which is what I did with Strongs 2556 in my last post.

Today, I thought it would be in interesting to look at the number 5782 as that is the current year we are in according to the Hebrew calendar. And what I found was interesting enough that I decided to look at the number for the next seven years going forward. The current year as most of you know will be changing in just a few days on the Feast of Trumpets which is September 25- 27th which will place us then in the year 5783.

Okay, so let’s take a look and see what we get.


Strong’s Concordance ur: to rouse oneself, awake

Original Word: עוּר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: ur
Phonetic Spelling: (oor)
Definition: to rouse oneself, awake

NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. root
to rouse oneself, awake
NASB Translation
arise (1), arouse (12), arouse or awaken (3), aroused (10), arouses (2), awake (15), awaken (2), awakened (2), awakens (2), awakes (1), exulted (1), lifted (1), raise (1), rouse (3), rouse yourself (2), roused (1), stir (7), stirred (7), stirs (2), swung (2).


 Strong’s Concordance ur: to be exposed or bare

Original Word: עוּר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: ur
Phonetic Spelling: (oor)
Definition: to be exposed or bare NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. root
to be exposed or bare
NASB Translation
bare* (1), made (1), milch (1). [עוּר] verbbe exposed, bare (akin to עָרָה, ערר; Arabic  = pudenda); —

Niph`al Imperfect3feminine singular עֶרְיָה תֵעוֺר קַשְׁתֶּ֑ךְ Habakkuk 3:9 into nakedness (i.e. utterly) is thy bow laid bare, made ready; We proposes עוֺרֵר תְּעוֺרֵר (compare 2 Samuel 23:18, I.עור

Po`l.), and so Now [from √ ערר, lay barethou layest, etc.’s Exhaustive Concordance be made naked


Strong’s Concordance ur: chaff

Original Word: עוּר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: ur
Phonetic Spelling: (oor)
Definition: chaff NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
(Aramaic) of uncertain derivation
NASB Translation
chaff (1).עוּר noun [masculine]chaff (J Aramaic (Talmud, rare), Syriac 

 mote (in eye, tending to cause blindness [עִוֵּר]) according to Arabic Lexicons, Lane2195); — absolute ׳ע Daniel 2:35 (in simile).


Strong’s Concordance or: a skin

Original Word: עוֹר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: or
Phonetic Spelling: (ore)
Definition: a skinNAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
of uncertain derivation
A Skin
NASB Translation
body (1), hide (4), hides (1), leather (15), skin (65), skins (13).עוֺר99noun masculineJob 7:5skin ( Late Hebrew id.; Phoenician ערת Lzb346); — ׳ע absolute Genesis 3:21 +, construct Exodus 34:29 +; suffix עֹרוֺ Exodus 29:14 +, עוֺרוֺ Jeremiah 13:23, עֹרָהּ Numbers 19:5, etc.; plural construct עֹרֹת Genesis 27:16 +, עוֺרֹת Exodus 39:34 suffix עֹרֹתָם Leviticus 16:27; — skin:

 hide of animals (44 t.), always — except Job 40:31 — after skinning: Genesis 27:16 (J); of sacrifice victims Exodus 29:14Leviticus 4:11 5t. (all P); prepared for use (by some process of tanning,

From uwr; skin (as naked); by implication, hide, leather — hide, leather, skin.


Strongs’s Concordance avar: blind; to make blind

Original Word: עָוַר
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: avar
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-var’)
Definition: to make blind, blind


Strongs Concordance ivver: blind Original Word: עֵוֵּר
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: ivver
Phonetic Spelling: (iv-vare’)
Definition: blind


Strong’s Concordance: ivvarown: blind

Original Word: עִוָּרוֹן
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: ivvarown
Phonetic Spelling: (iv-vaw-rone’)
Definition: blindnessBrown-Driver-Briggsעִוָּרוֺן noun [masculine]blindness; — only in phrase (subject ׳י), smite (הִכָּה) with blindness: figurative of ‘blind incapacity’ (Dr) ׳בְּע Deuteronomy 28:28; of smiting horses ׳בַּע Zechariah 12:4, i.e. with blind staggers making them helplessly wild.


Strongs Concordance ush: to lend aid, come to help

Original Word: עוּשׁ
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: ush
Phonetic Spelling: (oosh)
Definition: to lend aid, come to helpNAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
a prim. root
to lend aid, come to help
NASB Translation
hasten (1).עוּשׁ%5D verb si vera lectio, lend aid, come to help (Arabic 


So, to summarize, we have –

To arouse or awaken, to be exposed or made bare, chaff, skin, blind, blind, wildly blind, come to help or lend aid.

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Let’s unpack this a little further


This is not to say that each of these things will happen on those specific years. I look at it as a period of time that encompasses all of those elements. And with the Feast of Trumpets just a few days from now, it certainly won’t be long until we’ll see.

“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


  1. Another intriguing piece. Nicely done.

  2. So, could this be the rapture – if that is what you are implying?

    • Hi Ben, What I am saying is that the words that the present year through the next seven years paint a compelling picture for that. But of course, at this time we don’t know that for sure. But based on scripture and the present condition and state of the world I would say it is certainly with in the realm of possibility

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