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Evhe Grammar and the Kingdom of God

Evhe Grammar and the Kingdom of God
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The Bible is the Word of God about government and the need for order in the earth according to heaven’s government. However, most people think that the Bible is a book about vain rituals of religion, especially something called Christianity. The Bible is really God’s guide to divine mastery of the heavens and the earth. Today, we will consider the rules governing the language called Evhe and also the rules for governing the earth according to the Kingdom order.

Evhe is a Creation of God Just like any other language in existence, the Evhe language is really no more than God’s manifested will to communicate in the earth about His truth and love for creation. However, Evhe, like any other language must be governed by rules of syntax and grammar.

Evhe is well suited to be used as a language of instruction in areas such as science, technology training as well as mathematics. For some years now, Yeshua (Jesus) has shown me that Africans must begin to rethink their preference for learning European languages in order to prosper while they neglect their own languages. English is no better than the Eʋegbɛ in communicating concepts of learning that apply to scientific reasoning and knowledge of God. For this reason, today we will examine the processes needed to gain a firm hold on the Eʋegbɛ.

Instruction in Evhe is available for interested persons. Here are the processes you will need to master in order to learn Evhe.

  1. nuxɛxlɛ̃ or reading
  2. nuŋɔŋlɔ or writing
  3. toɖoɖo or listening
  4. nuƒoƒo or speaking

Evhe Instruction In order to learn Evhe, it is important to ensure that people who are interested first experience what the Eʋegbɛ sounds like for at least a month. I call this Eʋegbɛ Diɖoɖo or “Evhe Immersion”. During this process of Evhe Immersion, a student of the language will first examine the Eʋe Abedɖe or “Evhe Alphabet”.

Following from the abedɖe, the student of Eʋegbɛ must also learn to thoroughly pronounce the special sounds or ɖiɖi tɔxɛwo associated with the language. That’s all folks.

The Rules of the Kingdom of God on earth The rule of righteousness is rooted in prayer. Prayer is the key to unlocking the bounty of heaven, as well as the blessing. The blessing is needed to transform the heart in order for love to become the norm of governmental influence in the earth.

Yeshua prayed and taught his disciples to therefore pray in this manner: “Our Father who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, as in heaven, so on earth. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors. And bring us not into temptation, but deliver us from the evil one” (Mattityahu/Matthew 6:9-13 ASV)

In the Eʋegbɛ it is spoken this way: Mia Tɔ, si lɛ dziƒowo! Wò ŋkɔ ŋuti nakɔ! Wò fiaɖuƒɛ nava! Woawɔ wò lɔlɔ̃nu lɛ anyigba dzi, sigbɛ alesi wowɔna lɛ dziƒo ene! Na miaƒɛ nuɖuɖu, si asu mia nu egbɛ la mi! Eye natsɔ miaƒɛ vodadawo a kɛ mi, sigbɛ alesi miawo hã mietsɔna kɛa amɛsiwo daa vo ɖɛ mia ŋuti la ene! Eye megakplɔ mi yi ɖɛ tetekpɔ mɛ o: kɛ ɖɛ mi tso vɔ̃ɖitɔ la si mɛ.

The Conclusion Evhe grammar is not very difficult to learn. It requires reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Evhe Immersion is also required to properly learn Evhe. In case you would like to know more about how to learn Evhe, please contact the following email address: [email protected] Thank you.

Mawuetornam Dugbazah
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