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493 surrender

Yesha’yahu 13:1-4


SYNOPSIS: A war is won when somebody surrenders to the other. There were two white flags flown on the Brooklyn Bridge this week. Nobody knows how they got there. But somebody does, and His name is Yehovah. Nothing is done without His approval. He also does nothing in secret. This message will be about the understanding of the white flag, city on the hill, salt of the earth and what true scriptural surrender is truly all about.

SECTION 1: THE BANNER / FLAG. What does this mean scripturally to fly your banner over your house, car, team or your head? What does this have to do with the “Harbinger”? What does this harbinger have to do with Yeshua walking on the water? What does all of this have to do with the prince of darkness?

SECTION 2: SURRENDER. What is true surrender? When we surrender in a war we are at the will of the one we surrendered to. When we surrender to people in this world who hate Yehovah and His word we are at the hands of the devil himself. We are going to look at what it truly means to “Pick up your cross and surrender your lives”.




Yesha’yahu 13:1-4

Isa 13:2  Hoist a banner on a high mountain, shout to [the invaders]; beckon them to enter the Nobles' Gate.


Banner / flag H5251 נס  nês BDB Definition: something lifted up, standard, signal, signal pole, ensign, banner, sign, sail, standard (as rallying point)


Mattiyahu 14:22-33

Mat 14:25  Around four o'clock in the morning, he came toward them, walking on the lake!


Mat 14:29-30

Mat 14:31


Yesha’yahu 13:1-4


Mattiyahu 23:27-28

Mat 23:27  "Woe to you hypocritical Torah-teachers and P'rushim! You are like whitewashed tombs, which look fine on the outside but inside are full of dead people's bones and all kinds of rottenness.

Mat 23:28  Likewise, you appear to people from the outside to be good and honest, but inwardly you are full of hypocrisy and far from Torah.



Mattiyahu 5:13-14

Mat 5:13  "You are salt for the Land. But if salt becomes tasteless, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything except being thrown out for people to trample on.

Mat 5:14  "You are light for the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden.



Yesha’yahu 13:1-4

Isa 13:2  Hoist a banner on a high mountain, shout to [the invaders]; beckon them to enter the Nobles' Gate.

Isa 13:3  "I have ordered my holy ones, summoned my heroes, eager and bold, to execute my anger."


Nobles gate H5081  נדיב  nâdı̂yb  BDB Definition: inclined, willing, noble, generous (adjective), incited, noble princely (in rank), noble (in mind and character)


Isa 13:3-4

Isa 13:2-3




D’vareem 21:18-21

Deu 21:18  "If a man has a stubborn, rebellious son who will not obey what his father or mother says, and even after they discipline him he still refuses to pay attention to them;


Deu 21:19 

Take hold H8610 תּפשׂ  tâphaś  BDB Definition: to catch, handle, lay hold, take hold of, seize, wield, arrest, catch

Deu 21:20

Lives wildly/glutton H2151 זלל  zâlal  BDB Definition: to be worthless, be vile, be insignificant

Deu 21:21

Wickedness H7451  רעה  /  רע  ra‛  /  râ‛âh  BDB Definition: bad, evil (adjective), disagreeable, malignant, unpleasant, evil (giving pain, unhappiness, misery), displeasing, unkind (vicious in disposition), calamity (noun masculine)


Luke 15: 11-24

Luk 15:13  As soon as he could convert his share into cash, the younger son left home and went off to a distant country, where he squandered his money in reckless living.

Reckless G1287  διασκορπίζω  diaskorpizō  Thayer Definition:  to scatter abroad, disperse, to winnow, 2) to throw the grain a considerable distance, or up into the air, that it may be separated from the chaff 3) to gather the wheat, freed from the chaff into the granary


Luk 15:15-16

Luk 15:17-18

Luk 15:20-21

Luk 15:21


Luke 14:15-27

Luk 14:17  When the time came for the banquet, he sent his slave to tell those who had been invited, 'Come! Everything is ready!'


Luk 14:21

Luk 14:23-24

Insistently COMPEL G315  ἀναγκάζω anagkazō Thayer Definition: to necessitate, compel, drive to, constrain, by force, threats, etc., 2) by permission, entreaties, etc.3) by other means


Luk 14:26-27


Luke 22:39-42

Luk 22:42  "Father, if you are willing, take this cup away from me; still, let not my will but yours be done."


D’vareem 30:11-20

Deu 30:11  For this mitzvah which I am giving you today is not too hard for you, it is not beyond your reach.


Deu 30:14-15

Deu 30:17


Mattiyahu 16:13-27

Mat 16:16  Shim`on Kefa answered, "You are the Mashiach, the Son of the living God."


Mat 16:18

Mat 16:23 

Mat 16:24-25

Mat 16:27


Sh’mot 4:1-8

Exo 4:4  Then Adonai said to Moshe, "Put your hand out and take it by the tail." He reached out with his hand and took hold of it, and it became a staff in his hand.


Exo 4:6


Sh’mot 14:26- 30

Exo 14:29  But the people of Isra'el walked on dry ground in the sea, with the water walled up for them on their right and on their left.


Hebrews 11:17-33

Heb 11:17  By trusting, Avraham, when he was put to the test, offered up Yitz'chak as a sacrifice. Yes, he offered up his only son, he who had received the promises,


Amein and Amein!!!



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