AN AMAZING INSIGHT on MILA the MIRACLE SEED
In the beginning of my long spiritual journey, I was introduced by my mentor Ralph Mount to the exciting pleasures of Etymology, the studying of the original meaning of words. Since I was a new Christian, Mr. Mount suggested that I get “Young's Concordance.” A few years later, someone gave me “Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance.” That experience was like being accepted by a major university. Wow! What excitement! Then my new friend Alan Newton, seeing my interest in words, gave me a “Gesenius Hebrew-Chaldee Lexicon,” originally published in 1847. Alan and I became bonded buddies, reading on the same page. “Alan, I believe your persistence has finally paid off.”
Recently I was preparing a study on the words “fulfill” and “fulfilled” as it related to John 1:16, “Of His fullness have we all received.” I found that the Greek word for fullness is the word “pleroo,” Strong’s #4137, and it was translated: “to complete, to fully furnish, to replete, to crown a net full, to make perfect.”
As I have shared with you before, I have been introduced to Lifemax’s nutritional’s product MILA: the all-natural, raw whole food.
The word “Zera” became more interesting as I realized that spiritual Zera and physical mila represented a complete and perfect, balanced spiritual and physical food. We were designed to function spiritually and physically in order to fulfill our purpose of making the invisible God visible. (I hope you’re able to see my association of these truths: the need to balance the health of our physical body in order to manifest the wholeness of our spiritual Christ man.)
I then decided to pursue this insight back into the Hebrew of the Old Testament. I reached to my “Gesenius Lexicon” to go back to 1500 years before Christ.
What? I ask are the chances of Jimbo and Sherry Wear selecting an English word “mila” for their signature product that would exactly match a 3500 year old Hebrew word that precisely describes in God's Word the documented nutritional values of mila. I believe that it goes eons beyond the law of chance.
A connected root form of the word mila is the Hebrew word “Manna,” which means “What is it?”