Tu B`Shevat 1 Read Count : 24

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Instead of the thorn shall come up the fir tree, and instead of the brier shall come up the myrtle tree: and it shall be to the LORD for a name, for an everlasting sign that shall not be cut off.

(Isaiah 55:13kjv)

Go outside, go to the trees, make a joyful dance, celebrate the blooming of trees, I tell you, your society will label or condemn you as lunatic mad.
I write this scroll to you so that this madness of the mindless is made less.

Take note of comparatives used by prophet Isaiah first sentence;

...thorn...     and     ... fir...

second sentence;
...brier ...      and     ... myrtle ...

These are opposite plants in terms of fruitfulness and growth. Instead of thorn shall come up the fir tree, fir tree is a fruitful tree in terms of it's tall nature timber and conic columnar crown at the top. This is the vision of the prophet which expresses the triumph of GOD grace at the end. The effects of sin and fall we encounter in our daily lives shall be corrected.
The Jewish have a custom named tu b`shevat , the new year of trees celebration. It seems to many as odd thing to celebrate. The scroll is not introducing u to this custom , the scroll wants you to understand tu b`shevat as your seasonal change you are about to get into. Actually the Bible refers to humans as trees [psa1:3] [psa19:12] etc. GOD is setting free the creation itself from it's bondage to corruption and HE provides the freedom of the glory. 
Be a fruitful tree , give thanks to GOD for your first fruits of the season, tithe and start the new season and celebrate the sweet things of life.

My great readers happy new year of trees, happy new season, always remember that trees fulfil Bible prophecy [jer1:11_13] [deut8:7_8] and I write this praise of GOD to you to gain more fruits this season. Go out and jive celebrate the bloomings in the forests with revelation, go see these signs of GOD that last forever and give thanks and praise to HIM

I still love you all
Greetings

Priest Clement

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    Jan 31, 2020

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