fair as the daughters of Job and their father gave them inheritance among their brothers.?(Job 42:15). Remember that God hides meanings in names. I researched the names of these three girls and what I found was that Job told his life story ? and subsequently yours through them. Don?t forget that Hebrew is read from right to left, so this story would be read from end to beginning, or from the youngest girl?s name to the oldest?s. His eldest daughter?s name is understood to mean dove; this word is YONA. It has the same root as JONAH. Interestingly, Jemimah, when written in Hebrew, looks like the word for SEA. We all know what happened to Jonah and the sea. He survived the storms by the grace of God and went on to finish the purpose that God had assigned to his life ? and so will you. But wait, there?s more! Keziah, his second daughter?s name, means cassia ? a sweet smelling powder scraped off the bark of a tree. It also means to cut off, or THE END.
antimony. Antimony was a black powder used for eye makeup. It also means beautifier, which is why women used it: to be made beautiful. Putting it all together, God is speaking, and I prophesy: Your end will be more beautiful and sweeter than your beginning! Job told the story of his life in the names of his three daughters. He survived the turmoil and storms and that his end would be more beautiful and a sweeter smelling fragrance than his beginning. God has spoken this over you, too. This IS the story of your life! Not only that, God gave Job many, many years to enjoy his ?new life? (see Job 42:16)! I prophesy the same over you: that you will have many, many years of joy and prosperity in your new, sweeter end. Happy New You! Here?s to a new vision made more beautiful and fragrant, more sweeter smelling than ever before. Edie Bayer
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