Check it out for
yourself. Get a copy of a reference work such as Strong's Concordance. Look
in the Hebrew dictionary.
Here are two sample verses from
the Old Testament containing the word 'kingdom.'
1 Kings 1:46, "And also
Solomon sitteth on the throne of the
Isaiah 34:12, "They shall call the nobles thereof to the
kingdom, but none shall be there,
and all her princes shall be nothing."
When you look into a Hebrew Dictionary such as that found in Strong's
Concordance you will find the word 'kingdom' in these verses comes from Hebrew word # 4410.
Here is the definition:
4410 mluwkah 'mel-oo-kaw' feminine passive participle of 4427 something
ruled, i.e. a realm:--kingdom, king's, X royal. (4427 means "to ascend to the throne".)
LOOK how that Hebrew word for 'kingdom' is pronounced. It is pronounced mel-oo-kaw!
"I am going to a kingdom" would, in Hebrew, sound in part like
"I am going to a mel oo kaw. or I am going to
Schools like to teach that the continent was named for Amerigo
Vespucci, but they do not teach the meaning of his name. And clergymen who
have been to a Bible College or seminary and who have studied Hebrew
should know better. They should know that the Hebrew word for kingdom sounds
very much like 'merica'. Merica = melookaw
The Latin masculine singular for "Amerigo" is "Amcricus" and
feminine singular is "America" (Israel is likewise feminine singular.)
The Gothic Language
The Old Gothic form for the word "America" was "Amel Ric". "Amel"
means "Heaven", and "Ric" means "Kingdom"--Kingdom of Heaven. Amel Ric is
still found in the German language as "Emerich", or "Himmelreich".
And as you saw above, Strong's Concordance gives the Hebrew
word "Meluwkah' for kingdom.
The letter "l" and "r" under certain circumstances are interchangeable. Thus
the Hebrew word "Meluwkah" (pronounced "mel-oo-kah") became "Merukah",
this became "Amerucah"
which in the Latin form is "America".
Thus "Amel Ric", "Emerich', "himmelreich", "Amerlukah", "Amerukah",
and "America", became words for "The Kingdom of Heaven".
Kingdom of Heaven
What you have just heard should be common
If you have you not heard this before, why? Does your Pastor know?
If he does, why hasn't he told you?