“…the eyes of YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH are ten thousand times brighter than the sun, beholding all the ways of men, and considering the most secret parts.”

Our Heavenly Father, Abba YA’OH, is The Almighty!

He can open the mouths of any animal he desires so that they can be heard. Even open the mouths of baby’s so that his will can be accomplished. Just as he confused the languages of mankind in order to populate the Earth, he can also reverse the languages back to its original Creation language, which is in all likelihood, Ghabaray Hebrew. His covenanted children, the nation of  Ya’ohsharal, spoke this Hebrew. Here’s an example of what he did in the course of history, we’ll go into the complete account later on in this article. This is just a brief summary excerpt:

“And the sons of Ya`aqov went into the wilderness to seize the beasts, and behold a wolf came toward them, and they seized him, and brought him unto their father… And Ya`aqov took the beast from the hands of his sons, and he cried out with a loud and weeping voice, holding the beast in his hand, and he spoke with a bitter heart unto the beast, Why did you devour my son Yoceph, and how did you have no fear of the ALA’AYMELOHIYM of the earth…And  YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH opened the mouth of the beast in order to comfort Ya`aqov with its words, and it answered Ya`aqov and spoke these words unto him, As ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM lives who created us in the earth, and as your soul lives, my lord, I did not see your son, neither did I tear him to pieces… And now therefore, O son of A’dam, I am in your hands, and do unto me this day as it may seem good in your sight, but by the life of ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM who created me, I did not see your son, nor did I tear him to pieces, neither has the flesh of man entered my mouth all the days of my life.”

“‘Such a man only fears the eyes of men, and knows not that the eyes of  YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH are ten thousand times brighter than the sun, “And they that remain shall know that there is nothing better than the fear of YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 |  YAHUAH, and that there is nothing sweeter than to take heed unto the commandments of YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH. ‘It is great glory to follow YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH, and to be received of him is long life.”  SIRACH (ECCLESIASTICUS) 23:27-28 את Cepher Publishing Group.

“The course of the moon’s path to the righteous is light, but to sinners it is darkness; in the name of YA’OH of Hosts | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH TSEVA’OTH, who created a division between light and darkness, and, separating the ruachoth of men, strengthened the ruachoth of the righteous in the name of his own righteousness.”  CHANOK (ENOCH) 41:6 אתCepher Publishing Group.

“AFTER this I beheld thousands of thousands, and myriads of myriads, and an infinite number of people, standing before YA’OH of Hosts | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH TSEVA’OTH. On the four wings likewise of YA’OH of Hosts | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH TSEVA’OTH, on the four sides, I perceived others, besides those who were standing. Their names, too, I know; because the angel, who proceeded with me, declared them to me, discovering to me every secret thing. Then I heard the voices of those upon the four sides magnifying YA’OH  | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH of glory. The first voice blessed YA’OH of Hosts | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH TSEVA’OTH forever and ever. The second voice I heard blessing the Elect One, and the elect who suffer on account of YA’OH of Hosts | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH TSEVA’OTH. The third voice I heard petitioning and praying for those who dwell upon earth, and supplicate the name of YA’OH of Hosts | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH TSEVA’OTH. The fourth voice I heard expelling the impious angels, and prohibiting them from entering into the presence of YA’OH of Hosts | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH TSEVA’OTH, to accuse the inhabitants of the earth. After this I besought the angel of peace, who proceeded with me, to explain all that was concealed. I said to him, Who are those I have seen on the four sides, and whose words I have heard and written down? He replied, The first is the merciful, the patient, the holy Miyka’el. The second is he who is over every suffering and every affliction of the sons of men, the holy Rapha’el. The third, who is over all that is powerful, is Gavriy’el. And the fourth, who is over repentance, and the hope of those who will inherit eternal life, is Penu’el. These are the four angels of  The Most High AL | EL ELYON, and their four voices, which at that time I heard.”  CHANOK (ENOCH) 40:1-9  את Cepher Publishing Group.

Chanok helps us to see The Eyes of YA’OH are on the sinners. Nothing is hidden from Him!

  “AFTER this I beheld the secrets of the heavens and of paradise, according to its divisions; and of the action of mankind, as they weight it there in balances. I saw the habitations of the elect, and the habitations of the holy. And there my eyes beheld all the sinners, who denied  YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄YAHUAH of glory, and whom they were expelling from there, and dragging away, as they stood there; no punishment proceeding against them from YA’OH of Hosts | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 YAHUAH TSEVA’OTH. There, too, my eyes beheld the secrets of the lightning and the thunder; and the secrets of the winds, how they are distributed as they blow over the earth: the secrets of the winds, of the dew, and of the clouds. There I perceived the place from which they issued forth, and became saturated with the dust of the earth. There I saw the wooden receptacles, out of which the winds became separated, the receptacle of hail, the receptacle of snow, the receptacle of the clouds, and the cloud itself, which continued over the earth before the world. I beheld also the receptacles of the moon, whence they came, whither they proceeded, their glorious return, and how one became more splendid than another. I marked their rich progress, their unchangeable progress, their disunited and undiminished progress; their observance of a mutual fidelity by a stable oath; the sun goes out first and completes its journey, in obedience to the command of  YA’OH of Hosts | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH TSEVA’OTH. Potent is his name forever and ever. After this, the path that both concealed and manifested the moon, as well as the progress of its path, was there completed by day and by night; while each, one with another, looked towards YA’OH of Hosts | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH TSEVA’OTH, magnifying and praising without cessation, since praise to them is rest; for in the splendid sun there is a frequent conversion to blessing and to malediction. The course of the moon’s path to the righteous is light, but to sinners it is darkness; in the name of  YA’OH of Hosts | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH TSEVA’OTH, who created a division between light and darkness, and, separating the ruachoth of men, strengthened the ruachoth of the righteous in the name of his own  righteousness. Nor does the angel prevent this, neither is he endowed with the power of preventing it; for the Judge beholds them all, and judges them all in his own presence.  CHANOK (ENOCH) 41:1-7 את Cepher Publishing Group.

Abram too helps to understand that Abba YA’OH see’s all the wicked and He will Judge them:

“AND Nimrod son of  Kush was still in the land of Shin’ar, and he reigned over it and dwelt there, and he built cities in the land of Shin’ar. And these are the names of the four cities which he built, and he called their names after the occurrences that happened to them in the building of the tower. And he called the first Babel, saying, Because YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH there confounded the language of the whole earth; and the name of the second he called Erek, because from there ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM dispersed them….“And the king said to Abram | Avram, What is this that you have done to your father and to his elohiym? And Abram | Avram answered the king in the words that he spoke to his father, and he said, The large elohiym that was with them in the house did to them what you have heard. And the king said to  Abram | Avram, Had they power to speak and eat and do as you have said? And  Abram | Avram answered the king, saying, And if there be no power in them why do you serve them and cause the sons of men to err through your follies? Do you imagine that they can deliver you or do anything small or great, that you should serve them? And why will you not sense the ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM of the whole universe, who created you and in whose power it is to kill and keep alive? O foolish, simple, and ignorant king, woe unto you forever. I thought you would teach your servants the upright way, but you have not done this, but have filled the whole earth with your sins and the sins of your people who have followed your ways. Do you not know, or have you not heard, that this evil which you do, our ancestors sinned therein in days of old, and the eternal ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM brought the waters of the flood upon them and destroyed them all, and also destroyed the whole earth on their account? And will you and your people rise up now and do like unto this work, in order to bring down the anger of  YA’OH  ALA’AYM | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH ELOHIYM  of the universe, and to bring evil upon you and the whole earth? Now therefore put away this evil deed which you do, and serve the  ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM  of the universe, as your soul is in his hands, and then it will be well with you. And if your wicked heart will not hearken to my words to cause you to forsake your evil ways, and to serve the eternal ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM, then will you die in shame in the latter days, you, your people and all who are connected with you, hearing your words or walking in your evil ways. And when Abram | Avram had ceased speaking before the king and princes, Abram | Avram lifted up his eyes to the heavens, and he said, YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH sees all the wicked, and he will judge them.  YASHAR (JASHER) 11:1-3, 53-61 את Cepher Publishing Group.

Living a life dedicated to YA’OH can be the best thing to do to avoid problems. Lets see what happened to Yoseph:

“AND when the sons of Ya`aqov had sold their brother Yoceph to the Midyaniym, their hearts were smitten on account of him, and they repented of their acts, and they sought for him to bring him back, but could not find him. And Re’uven returned to the pit in which Yoceph had been put, in order to lift him out, and restore him to his father, and Re’uven stood by the pit, and he heard not a word, and he called out Yoceph! Yoceph! and no one answered or uttered a word. And Re’uven said, Yoceph has died through fright, or some serpent has caused his death; and Re’uven descended into the pit, and he searched for Yoceph and could not find him in the pit, and he came out again. And Re’uven tore his garments and he said, The child is not there, and how shall I reconcile my father about him if he be dead? and he went to his brethren and found them grieving on account of Yoceph, and counseling together how to reconcile their father about him, and Re’uven said unto his brethren, I came to the pit and behold Yoceph was not there, what then shall we say unto our father, for my father will only seek the lad from me. And his brethren answered him saying, Thus and thus we did, and our hearts afterward smote us on account of this act, and we now sit to seek a pretext how we shall reconcile our father to it. And Re’uven said unto them, What is this you have done to bring down the gray hairs of our father in sorrow to She’ol? the thing is not good, that you have done. And Re’uven sat with them, and they all rose up and swore to each other not to tell this thing unto Ya`aqov, and they all said, The man who will tell this to our father or his household, or who will report this to any of the children of the land, we will all rise up against him and slay him with the sword. And the sons of Ya`aqov feared each other in this matter, from the youngest to the oldest, and no one spoke a word, and they concealed the thing in their hearts. And they afterward sat down to determine and invent something to say unto their father Ya`aqov concerning all these things. And Yisshakar said unto them, Here is an advice for you if it seems good in your eyes to do this thing, take the coat which belongs to Yoceph and tear it, and kill a kid of the goats and dip it in its blood.  YASHAR (JASHER) 43:1-10  את Cepher Publishing Group.

“And after this, Ya`aqov rose up from the ground, and his tears were running down his cheeks, and he said unto his sons, Rise up and take your swords and your bows, and go forth into the field, and seek whether you can find my son’s body and bring it unto me that I may bury it. Seek also, I pray you, among the beasts and hunt them, and that which shall come the first before you seize and bring it unto me, perhaps  YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH will this day pity my affliction, and prepare before you that which did tear my son in pieces, and bring it unto me, and I will avenge the cause of my son. And his sons did as their father had commanded them, and they rose up early in the morning, and each took his sword and his bow in his hand, and they went forth into the field to hunt the beasts. And Ya`aqov was still crying aloud and weeping and walking to and fro in the house, and smiting his hands together, saying, Yoceph my son, Yoceph my son. And the sons of Ya`aqov went into the wilderness to seize the beasts, and behold a wolf came toward them, and they seized him, and brought him unto their father, and they said unto him, This is the first we have found, and we have brought him unto you as you did command us, and your son’s body we could not find. And Ya`aqov took the beast from the hands of his sons, and he cried out with a loud and weeping voice, holding the beast in his hand, and he spoke with a bitter heart unto the beast, Why did you devour my son Yoceph, and how did you have no fear of the ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM of the earth, or of my trouble for my son Yoceph? And you did devour my son for nought, because he committed no violence, and did thereby render me culpable on his account, therefore ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM will require him that is persecuted. And  YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH opened the mouth of the beast in order to comfort Ya`aqov with its words, and it answered Ya`aqov and spoke these words unto him, As  ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM lives who created us in the earth, and as your soul lives, my lord, I did not see your son, neither did I tear him to pieces, but from a distant land I also came to seek my son who went from me this day, and I know not whether he be living or dead. And I came this day into the field to seek my son, and your sons found me, and seized me and increased my grief, and have this day brought me before you, and I have now spoken all my words to you. And now therefore, O son of A’dam, I am in your hands, and do unto me this day as it may seem good in your sight, but by the life of ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM who created me, I did not see your son, nor did I tear him to pieces, neither has the flesh of man entered my mouth all the days of my life. And when Ya`aqov heard the words of the beast he was greatly astonished, and sent forth the beast from his hand, and she went her way. And Ya`aqov was still crying aloud and weeping for Yoceph day after day, and he mourned for his son many days.  YASHAR (JASHER) 43:36-48 אתCepher Publishing Group.

“AND the sons of Yishma’el who had bought Yoceph from the Midyaniym, who had bought him from his brethren, went to Mitsrayim with Yoceph, and they came upon the borders of Mitsrayim, and when they came near unto Mitsrayim, they met four men of the sons of Medan the son of Avraham, who had gone forth from the land of Mitsrayim on their journey. And the Yishma’e’liym said unto them, Do you desire to purchase this slave from us? and they said, Deliver him over to us, and they delivered Yoceph over to them, and they beheld him, that he was a very comely youth and they purchased him for twenty sheqels.”  YASHAR (JASHER) 44:1-2 את Cepher Publishing Group.

“And Potiyphar said, Bring him before me, and I will see him, and if he please me I will give unto you that which you may require for him. And the Medaniym went and brought Yoceph and placed him before Potiyphar, and he saw him, and he pleased him exceedingly, and Potiyphar said unto them, Tell me what you require for this youth? And they said, Four hundred pieces of silver we desire for him, and Potiyphar said, I will give it you if you bring me the record of his sale to you, and will tell me his history, for perhaps he may be stolen, for this youth is neither a slave, nor the son of a slave, but I observe in him the appearance of a goodly and handsome person. And the Medaniym went and brought unto him the Yishma’e’liym who had sold him to them, and they told him, saying, He is a slave and we sold him to them. And Potiyphar heard the words of the Yishma’e’liym in his giving the silver unto the Medaniym, and the Medaniym took the silver and went on their journey, and the Yishma’e’liym also returned home. And Potiyphar took Yoceph and brought him to his house that he might serve him, and Yoceph found favour in the sight of Potiyphar, and he placed confidence in him, and made him overseer over his house, and all that belonged to him he delivered over into his hand.”  YASHAR (JASHER) 44:6-11 את Cepher Publishing Group.

“And  YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH was with Yoceph and he became a prosperous man, and  YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH blessed the house of  Potiyphar for the sake of Yoceph. And Potiyphar left all that he had in the hand of Yoceph, and Yoceph was one that caused things to come in and go out, and everything was regulated by his wish in the house of Potiyphar. And Yoceph was eighteen years old, a youth with beautiful eyes and of comely appearance, and like unto him was not in the whole land of Mitsrayim. At that time while he was in his master’s house, going in and out of the house and attending his master, Zelikah, his master’s woman, lifted up her eyes toward Yoceph and she looked at him, and behold he was a youth comely and well favoured. And she coveted his beauty in her heart, and her soul was fixed upon Yoceph, and she enticed him day after day, and Zelikah persuaded Yoceph daily, but Yoceph did not lift up his eyes to behold his master’s woman. And Zelikah said unto him, How goodly are your appearance and form, truly I have looked at all the slaves, and have not seen so beautiful a slave as you are; and Yoceph said unto her, Surely he who created me in my mother’s womb created all mankind. And she said unto him, How beautiful are your eyes, with which you have dazzled all the inhabitants of Mitsrayim, men and women; and he said unto her, How beautiful they are while we are alive, but should you behold them in She’ol, surely you would move away from them. And she said unto him, How beautiful and pleasing are all your words; take now, I pray you, the harp which is in the house, and play with your hands and let us hear your words. And he said unto her, How beautiful and pleasing are my words when I speak the praise of my ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM and his glory; and she said unto him, How very beautiful is the hair of your head, behold the golden comb which is in the house, take it I pray you, and curl the hair of your head. And he said unto her, How long will you speak these words? cease to utter these words to me, and rise and attend to your domestic affairs.”  YASHAR (JASHER) 44:12-21 את Cepher Publishing Group.

“…And  Zelikah became very ill on account of her desire toward Yoceph, and she was desperately lovesick on account of him, and all the people of the house of Zelikah and her man knew nothing of this matter, that Zelikah was ill on account of her love to Yoceph. And all the people of her house asked her, saying, Why are you ill and declining, and lack nothing? and she said unto them, I know not this thing which is daily increasing upon me. And all the women and her friends came daily to see her, and they spoke with her, and she said unto them, This can only be through the love of Yoceph; and they said unto her, Entice him and seize him secretly, perhaps he may hearken to you, and put off this death from you. And Zelikah became worse from her love to Yoceph, and she continued to decline, till she had scarce strength to stand. And on a certain day Yoceph was doing his master’s work in the house, and Zelikah came secretly and fell suddenly upon him, and Yoceph rose up against her, and he was more powerful than she, and he brought her down to the ground. And Zelikah wept on account of the desire of her heart toward him, and she supplicated him with weeping, and her tears flowed down her cheeks, and she spoke unto him in a voice of supplication and in bitterness of soul, saying,”  YASHAR (JASHER) 44:36-41 את Cepher Publishing Group. “…And Yoceph answered her, saying, Refrain from me, and leave this matter to my master; behold my master knows not what there is with me in the house, for all that belongs to him he has delivered into my hand, and how shall I do these things in my master’s house? For he has also greatly honoured me in his house, and he has also made me overseer over his house, and he has exalted me, and there is no one greater in this house than I am, and my master has refrained nothing from me, excepting you who are his woman, how then can you speak these words unto me, and how can I do this great evil and sin to ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM and to your man? Now therefore refrain from me, and speak no more such words as these, for I will not hearken to your words. But Zelikah would not hearken to Yoceph when he spoke these words unto her, but she daily enticed him to listen to her.”  YASHAR (JASHER) 44:44-46 את Cepher Publishing Group. “And Yoceph was afraid of her at her doing this thing, and he rose up to flee from her, and she seized the front of his garments, and in the terror of his flight the garment which Zelikah seized was torn, and Yoceph left the garment in the hand of  Zelikah, and he fled and got out, for he was in fear. And when Zelikah saw that Yoceph’s garment was torn, and that he had left it in her hand, and had fled, she was afraid of her life, lest the report should spread concerning her, and she rose up and acted with cunning, and put off the garments in which she was dressed, and she put on her other garments. And she took Yoceph’s garment, and she laid it beside her, and she went and seated herself in the place where she had sat in her illness, before the people of her house had gone out to the river, and she called a young lad who was then in the house, and she ordered him to call the people of the house to her. And when she saw them she said unto them with a loud voice and lamentation, See what an Ivriy your master has brought to me in the house, for he came this day to lie with me.”  YASHAR (JASHER) 44:54-57 את Cepher Publishing Group.

And Potiyphar came home enraged, and his woman cried out to him, saying, What is this thing that you have done unto me in bringing an Ivriy servant into my house, for he came unto me this day to sport with me; thus did he do unto me this day. And Potiyphar heard the words of his woman, and he ordered Yoceph to be punished with severe stripes, and they did so to him. And while they were smiting him, Yoceph called out with a loud voice, and he lifted up his eyes to heaven, and he said, O YA’OH ALA’AYM | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH ELOHIYM, you know that I am innocent of all these things, and why shall I die this day through falsehood, by the hand of these uncircumcised wicked men, whom you know? And while Potiyphar’s men were beating  Yoceph, he continued to cry out and weep, and there was a child there eleven months old, and  YA’OH | 𐤉𐤄𐤅𐤄 | YAHUAH opened the mouth of the child, and he spoke these words before Potiyphar’s men, who were smiting Yoceph, saying, What do you want of this man, and why do you do this evil unto him? my mother speaks falsely and utters lies; thus was the transaction. And the child told them accurately all that happened, and all the words of Zelikah to Yoceph day after day did he declare unto them.  YASHAR (JASHER) 44:61-66 את Cepher Publishing Group.

“And Potiyphar heard their words, and he placed him in the prison house, the place where the king’s prisoners are confined, and Yoceph was in the house of confinement twelve years. And notwithstanding this, his master’s woman did not turn from him, and she did not cease from speaking to him day after day to hearken to her, and at the end of three months Zelikah continued going to Yoceph to the house of confinement day by day, and she enticed him to hearken to her, and Zelikah said unto Yoceph, How long will you remain in this house? but hearken now to my voice, and I will bring you out of this house. And Yoceph answered her, saying, It is better for me to remain in this house than to hearken to your words, to sin against ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM; and she said unto him, If you will not perform my wish, I will pluck out your eyes, add fetters to your feet, and will deliver you into the hands of them whom you did not know before. And Yoceph answered her and said, Behold the ALA’AYM | ELOHIYM of the whole earth is able to deliver me from all that you can do unto me, for he opens the eyes of the blind, and looses those that are bound, and preserves all strangers who are unacquainted with the land. And when Zelikah was unable to persuade Yoceph to hearken to her, she left off going to entice him; and Yoceph was still confined in the house of confinement. And Ya`aqov the father of Yoceph, and all his brethren who were in the land of Kena`an still mourned and wept in those days on account of Yoceph, for Ya`aqov refused to be comforted for his son Yoceph, and Ya`aqov cried aloud, and wept and mourned all those days.”  YASHAR (JASHER) 44:76-80 את Cepher Publishing Group.