I am currently busy with Booklets on all the different Creation Teachings i have done in the last few years at my Church and they are extremely interesting and there are many revelations.
The following Book is already available: “The Foundations of God’s Throne”
The following book is 80% done and should be available during April: “Obedient WINDS of the Universe”…
I am still busy with the Book on the “Stars” for those who are waiting for it; since i am adding new revelations.
Thank you for your support. Shalom
Prophetic Teacher Nomsa
THE FOUNDATIONS OF GOD’S THRONE
The Foundations of God’s Throne Booklet by Prophetic Teacher Nomsa
The Foundations of God’s Throne
When we talk about the Foundation of God’s Throne we must first realize there are questions to be asked like for instance:
Where is God’s Throne
What does His Throne look like?
What is His Throne?
Who is standing around His Throne?
where is the Throne-room of God?
What happens before His Throne?
What is the Foundations of God’s Throne?
Is His Throne spiritual or physical according to God’s Word?
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NEW BOOK – “Foundations of God’s Throne”
Please note Prophetic Teacher Nomsa has written a Book called “The Foundations of God’s Throne”, from the CREATION SERIES, that speaks about what the Foundations of God’s Throne consist off, where to find them, who is connected to God’s Throne, Where is His Throne, What is His Throne all about, and Why there is a Throne.
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The avocado (Persea americana) is not a vegetable, but in fact a fruit. Also known as palta or aguacate (Spanish), butter pear or alligator pear (Usa). The name “avocado” also refers to the fruit (technically a large berry) of the tree that contains a pit (hard seed casing) which may be egg-shaped or spherical.
In the past, the avocado had a well-entrenched reputation for inducing sexual prowess and wasn’t purchased or consumed by any person wishing to protect their image from slanderous assault. Growers had to sponsor a public relations campaign to dispel the ill-founded reputation before avocados became popular.
The Aztecs used the avocado as a sex stimulant and they called it ahuacatl, meaning “testicle” because of it’s shape. Avocados eventually got their name from the Spanish explorers. They couldn’t pronounce the Aztec word ahuacatl, and therefore they called the fruit aguacate, leading to the guacamole we know today.
Avocados must reach full maturity before they are picked, however, they do not soften on the tree. The tree can actually be used as a storage unit by keeping the fruit on the tree for many months after maturing, and therefore your income can be stretched. In the pre-Incan city of Chanchan, archaeologists have unearthed a large water jar, dated around 900 A.D., in the shape of an avocado.
SCRIPTURES: There is no scriptures relating to Avocado’s in the Word of God.
The color green of the avocados in a dream would refer to blessings when it’s positive. Waiting a long period to enjoy this vegetable talks of spiritual endurance and never-ending patience.
Due to the fact that the avocado had a reputation of inducing sexual prowess many years ago [read above description], dreaming of an avocado would therefore hint upon the state of your sex-life, especially because of the shape and name ahuacatl which meant “testicle”.
On the negative side a vision or dream of avocad’es would refer to lack of patience since this fruit takes so long to be ripened before it can be enjoyed. It could represent a person who is eager to enjoy something but cannot wait for the right time to do it. Impatient people is usually disturbing others since their frame of mind is focused on their inability to finish quickly what they want to do. Due to circumstances they are forced to wait and it makes them grumpy.
Dreaming of an avocado pear in any other color as its normal green color, would probably change the outcome of a dream depending on the detail. If you dream of someone sending you a beautiful colorful box with ribbons and gift-wrapped as a present, and you are very excited to open it, only to find a box full of decaying avocado’s, this could symbolize someone pretending to bless you, but actually not blessing you at all. This is a pretending spirit in disguise. It could be a close friend or relative, pretending to love you but actually behind the scenes (in the box – covered) they are working at hurting you, wanting to see you being sad and miserable (decaying avocado’s). In real life green avocado’s turn black when they decay. This is exactly the result such a person wants to see in your life.
EXAMPLE OF DREAM:
Cathy was one of my friends who had the same repetitive dream over and over for months on end. In her dream she was eating over-ripe and decaying avocados by piles. On praying about her dream it was revealed to me that she was indulging in a sexual affair where sex was the motive behind the affair. The sex was overrated, and getting “bored” (over ripe) and the affair was cooling down (decaying). The dream was a warning for her to get rid of the man (Pretending to love her) and to stop the affair (eating avocados). Upon confronting her regarding her sex-life, she confirmed that the interpretation of the dream was true.
INTERESTING INFORMATION: The English living in Jamaica called the avocado an alligator pear. Some speculate that they were comparing the skin to that of an alligator. Others say alligator was a corruption of ahuacatl. In Jamaica today the people call the avocado a pear. The Dutch call it avocaat; Spain talks about abogado; France avocatier; Trinidad zaboca.
Even George Washington, First President of the United States, wrote in 1751 that agovago pears were abundant and popular in Barbados.
This is a short part of the Dream-book series by Ps Nomsa; called “Fruit and Vegetables”. The book (almost complete 95%). Please note all credits to be given for research materials on avocado’s are mentioned in the book itself and therefore note all materials is copyright protected by original Authors and Ps Nomsa. The book is soon to be finished and published.