My time alone with you is sacred not just special and I long for our discussions at " length " and to be pondered as an eternal memoir and medallion set in stone as the Twelve Stones of Judah for I AM THE LION that " ROARS " out My Love for you as I reveal My Fullness to you in My Breath " RUAH "
I AM " Virtue Alive " and ( ( dwelling ) ) in you so fill your lamp of your " Holy Place " with " ME " through our Friendship " AS ONE " " Hear Oh ISRAEL The LORD is ONE " but there is no need to struggle with Me for I have already Overcome for you through My Righteousness ! Just COME ! Into " My Presence " by BEING AT " PEACE " for it is this I GIVE YOU and this is " THE KEY " To " THE SECRET PLACE " just " REMAIN AWAKE " ! As Lazarus for your " AWAKENING " is " IN ME " . . .
NOW "COME" ! And " KNOW ME " as never before and search " THE DEEP THINGS OF ME " as " MY SPIRIT " for Deep is " CALLING TO DEEP " ~ IN AN ETERNAL MANNER ~ and " FASHIONED IN MY LOVE " ( ( MY BELOVED ) )
Mark 6:31 Then Jesus said, “Let’s go off by ourselves to a quiet place and rest awhile.” He said this because there were so many people coming and going that Jesus and his apostles didn’t even have time to eat
Jesus Walks on Water
22 Immediately after this, Jesus insisted that his disciples get back into the boat and cross to the other side of the lake, while he sent the people home. 23 After sending them home, he went up into the hills by himself to pray. Night fell while he was there alone
24 Meanwhile, the disciples were in trouble far away from land, for a strong wind had risen, and they were fighting heavy waves. 25 About three o’clock in the morning[a] Jesus came toward them, walking on the water. 26 When the disciples saw him walking on the water, they were terrified. In their fear, they cried out, “It’s a ghost!”
27 But Jesus spoke to them at once. “Don’t be afraid,” he said. “Take courage. I am here![b]”
28 Then Peter called to him, “Lord, if it’s really you, tell me to come to you, walking on the water.”
29 “Yes, come,” Jesus said.
So Peter went over the side of the boat and walked on the water toward Jesus. 30 But when he saw the strong[c] wind and the waves, he was terrified and began to sink. “Save me, Lord!” he shouted.
31 Jesus immediately reached out and grabbed him. “You have so little faith,” Jesus said. “Why did you doubt me?”
32 When they climbed back into the boat, the wind stopped.
The tribe of Judah stood apart from the others as the leading tribe of the Kingdom of Judah, and from the tribe came the kingdom's rulers (though not the later Hasmonean kings of Judea, who were Levites). The regal status of Judah is seemingly prophesied in the Blessing of Jacob, which argues that the staff shall not depart from Judah, nor the sceptre from between his feet... though some textual scholars view this as postdiction, since they date the poem to a few centuries after the Song of Deborah, to roughly 800-700 BC. With the Davidic line thus being from the tribe, the tribe counted David among its members, as well as his ancestors Boaz, Obed, and Jesse. According to Jewish belief, since the Blessing appears to promise that Judah would always rule the kingdom, the (Jewish) Messiah had to be a member of the tribe.
Many other important leaders were also from the tribe. Some of the most important literary prophets, including Isaiah, as well as Amos, Habakkuk, Joel, Micah, Obadiah, Zechariah, and Zephaniah, hailed from Judah. Later, during the Babylonian Exile, the Exilarchs (officially recognised community leaders) were from the tribe, and when the Exile ended, the tribe included Zerubbabel (the leader of the first Jews to return to what became Judea), Shealtiel (a somewhat mysterious figure), and Nehemiah (one of the earliest and most prominent Achamenid-appointed governors of Judea). In the time of Roman rule, all the holders of the office of Nasi (prince) after Shemaiah, were rumoured to be from the tribe of Judah, since they were all descended from Hillel, who was rumoured to have maternal lineage from the Davidic line (in Judaism, maternal lineage is more important to ethnicity).
In the Scripture, the word most frequently used for "spirit" is ruwakh (øåç) meaning "breath, wind, spirit" in Hebrew
Symbol of the tribe of Judah