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What is Age?


WHAT IS AGE ? noun 1. the length of time that a person has lived or a thing has existed. "he died from a heart attack at the age of 51" synonyms: number of years, lifetime, duration, length of life; stage of life, generation, age group, peer group; years, summers, winters "he retired at the age of 36" 2. a distinct period of history. "an age of technological growth" synonyms: era, epoch, period, time, aeon, span "the Elizabethan age" verb: age; 3rd person present: ages; past tense: aged; past participle: aged; gerund or present participle: ageing; gerund or present participle: aging 1. grow old or older. "the tiredness we feel as we age"


TURAH TALKS ABOUT A CERTAIN BEHAVIOUR THE ELDERLY SHOULD HAVE.

Prov 16:31-32......Ayub (Job) 12:12. With the aged is wisdom and understanding with length of Yomim (days)". This wisdom is only referring to someone who is immersed into the set apart spirit and knows Turah .........Psalm 92:14, Isaiah 40:31, Titus 2:2 to name just a few.

The stats in Australia tell us that a man reaching the age of 65 today can expect to live (on average) until age 84.3 and Women 86.6.


Lots of oldies are doing it (aging, that is), in many different ways. Some of their behaviour leaves a lot to be desired as far as Turah teaching goes. Those not immersed in the Ruach ha 'Qodesh will find it impossible to produce the behaviour necessary to receive eternal life, no matter what the religious and secular critics may have to say. If Turah conversation is not manifest in the behaviour of our elderly, there is only worldly knowledge and wisdom given to the next generations, in other words this will lead them to a place of hopelessness, which is undesirable. Spiritual wisdom, understanding and experience is essential for eternal life for our next generations.


In Australia there are only 3.5 million people left alive that are over the age of 65, if you observe on average the behaviour of Australia's middle aged and the youth, Turah instruction is almost unheard of. I am now 69 years old and not one person has ever approached me in my life-time to share Yahusha with me and I have travelled to every major city in our nation. I know of people who are believing Yahusha but still want the mixture of religion and the world, just as the ancient Jews did and still have.


ALWAYS REMEMBER TURAH SAYS" IN OLD AGE YOU CAN BEAR MUCH FRUIT." We hope this is encouraging to those who think they can't beat the unclean, but Yahusha will walk before you and defeat all your enemies.


By Chris Hilton . . .




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