March 26, 2004
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(11:21 PM) nignothonky:How much less man [Enosh], that is a worm [rimmah]? and the son of man [Adam], which is a worm [tola]? Job 25:6
(11:21 PM) HonkyCracker:oh sure
(11:21 PM) HonkyCracker: lets ignore what i say
(11:22 PM) HonkyCracker: im oaut of this god damn waste room
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(11:22 PM) Gallant1965: night
(11:22 PM) Sid Dithers: bye
(11:22 PM) Gallant1965: its late
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isme_2: hi Honk
HonkyCracker:whats my fault
isme_2:Deu 33:6 Let Reuben live, and not die; and let [not] his men be few.
nignothonky:Deu 33:6 Let Reuben live, and not die; and let not his men [methim] be few.
HonkyCracker:that not in necessary
isme_2:Honky do a word for word thingy for us
HonkyCracker:god christ's sake
HonkyCracker:you cant just take out
HonkyCracker:every damn italic word
HonkyCracker:it means it has to be asumed in english
HonkyCracker:it doest mean its "added"
HonkyCracker:it means the hebrew doenst have a distinct meaning
HonkyCracker:you see where it says
HonkyCracker:"let not" his mean die?
HonkyCracker:that "not" is carried over into the second clause
HonkyCracker:well im not about to argue this simple point
SNAG-IT INSTANT MESSAGE ON AOL
The scriptures of course tell us who Hemaths father was:
1Ch 1:8 The sons of Ham; Cush, and Mizraim, Put, and Canaan.
1Ch 1:13 And Canaan begat Zidon his firstborn, and Heth,
1Ch 1:14 The Jebusite also, and the Amorite, and the Girgashite,
1Ch 1:15 And the Hivite, and the Arkite, and the Sinite,
1Ch 1:16 And the Arvadite, and the Zemarite, and the Hamathite (Strongs 02577)
2577 - Hebrew
2577 Chamathiy kham-aw-thee'
patrial from 2574; a Chamathite or native of Chamath:--Hamathite
There you have it: Ham begat Canaan who begat Hemath (the father of Rechab from whose house the Kenites (Jews) came out of).
1Ch 2:55 And the families of the scribes which dwelt at Jabez; the Tirathites, the Shimeathites, and Suchathites. These are the Kenites that came of Hemath, the father of the house of Rechab.
THE KENITES (JEWS) CAME OUT OF THE HOUSE OF YOUR BUDDY HAM!!!!
Youd think someone who claims to know everything about the scriptures would have known this but instead Sethie (Israelect aka Honkycracker) harshly accused me in a crowded, open Christian chatroom on Paltalk (chat room text) that I was talking outta [my] rear end when I suggested that Hemath was the same as Hamath and was of the House of Ham. To prove me wrong, he suggested I look up the names in Smiths Bible Dictionary, which of course I did along with Strongs Concordance. Heres what I found.
Hemath (Strongs 2574)
2574 - Hebrew
2574 Chamath kham-awth'
from the same as 2346; walled; Chamath, a place in Syria:--Hamath, Hemath.
Smiths Bible Dictionary
(heat ), a person or place named in the genealogical lists of Judah, as the origin of the Kenites, and the "father" of the house of Rechab. (1 Chronicles 2:55) (B.C. 1445.)
Hamath (Strongs 2574 same as Hemath)
Smiths Bible Dictionary
(fortress ), the principal city of upper Syria, was situated in the valley of the Orontes, which it commanded from the low screen of hills which forms the water-shed between the source of the Orontes and Antioch. The Hamathites were a Hamitic race, and are included among the descendants of Canaan. (Genesis 10:18) Nothing appears of the power of Hamath until the time of David. (2 Samuel 8:9) Hamath seems clearly to have been included in the dominions of Solomon. (1 Kings 4:21-24) The "store-cities" which Solomon "built in Hamath," (2 Chronicles 8:4) were perhaps staples for trade. In the Assyrian inscriptions of the time of Ahab (B.C. 900) Hamath appears as a separate power, in alliance with the Syrians of Damascus, the Hittites and the Phoenicians. About three-quarters of a century later Jeroboam the Second "recovered Hamath." (2 Kings 14:28) Soon afterwards the Assyrians took it, (2 Kings 18:34; 19:13) etc., and from this time it ceased to be a place of much importance. Antiochus Epiphanes changed its name to Epiphaneia. The natives, however, called it Hamath even in St. Jeromes time, and its present name, Hamah , is but slightly altered from the ancient form.
And after showing Sethie this info from Smiths, he still insisted on MORE PROOF. Thats what led to the above exchange (the Snag-It IM from AIM) where he tried to tell me that our Lord Jesus Christ was black. Poor Sethie, hes really gone over the top this time. (But I still love Yah!)