The Migration

I have studied the Hebrew Language for sometime and the Navajo (Dine) Language as well.  The Egyptian Language has similarities with both Hebrew and Navajo.  I having understood for sometime that languages throughout the world has roots in the original language spoken by our father Adam, and even all the patriarchs; yea, down to Noah and to Abraham, our father of covenant, and in them remained the original language spoken.  I have sought for sometime, a higher understanding of such, that I might be able to glimpse the order of the High Priesthood as spoken, knowing and understanding key words much like unto Moses as he stood before the Red Sea commanding the sea be divided that the children of Israel might come forth and go through.  My thoughts on the subject causes me to consider the language of God and those so chosen as they stood forth and commanded the matter to organize that an earth might be organized in accord with the Holy Priesthood of God since all participating were ordained to that end.  This includes an understanding of the migration of our fathers, from the garden of Eden to the land of the first inheritance, from the Tower to Egypt and into the land of Canaan, and from Ur back into the land of promise; yea, even the return of Lehi and his family back to the land of the first inheritance and Zeniff, being zealous, to inherent the land of the first inheritance as written in holy writ.  Thus, it behooves us to know and understand their purpose, the works they performed, and their lineage to create a seed that is to come, looking more fully to this time; without this understanding, one cannot understanding the working of the Lord.  Yea, it is impossible to fully understand what they have written for this time for they did not change for their God did not change.  Then one must understand and ask, if Jared and his family and friends were able to return, then why did others like Abraham’s family not petition for the same thing?

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