The Breakthrough


Shabar

Strong’s Hebrew  # 07665

1) to break, break in pieces

(Qal)  Common present tense in the Hebrew

break, break in or down, wreck, crush, quench or rupture

rupture (fig)

(Niphal)  or Passive Tense; to be broken, be crushed

(Piel)  Emphatic or Intensive Tense: to shatter, break

(Hiphil):  Causative Tense: to cause to break out, bring to the birth

(Hophal): Causative passive tense: to be broken, be shattered.

Exo 22:14 When a man asks something from his associate, and it is broken or dies when its possessor is not with it, he shall repay, yea repay.

 Exo 23:24 You shall not bow yourself down to their elohim nor be made to serve them, nor shall you do according to their deeds, for you shall demolish, yea demolish them and break down, yea break down their monuments.

 Exo 32:19 And it came to be just as he drew near to the camp and saw the calf and the choruses that Moses’ anger grew hot, and he flung from his hands the tablets and broke them below the mountain.

 Lev 26:13 I, Yahweh, am your Elohim Who brought you forth from the land of Egypt, from being servants to them. I have broken the slider bars of your yoke and enabled you to walk upraised.

 Lev 26:19 I will break the pomp of your strength and make your heavens like iron and your land like copper.

 Deu 12:3 Tear down their altars and break their monuments; their Asherah poles you shall burn with fire, and the carvings of their elohim you shall hack down; thus you will destroy their name from that place.

Jdg 7:20 and the three detachments blow with trumpets, and break the pitchers, and keep hold with their left hand on the lamps, and with their right hand on the trumpets to blow, and they cry, `The sword of Yahweh and of Gideon..

 

Two ways which God considers a breakthrough. It also teaches us the beauty and the accuracy of God’s Word.

Mishber From Shabar

Strong’s # 04866

Place of breaking forth, place of breach, opening

  • The physical opening or orifice of the womb

 2Ki 19:3 and they say unto him, `Thus said Hezekiah–A day of distress, and rebuke, and despising [is] this day; for come have sons unto the birth, and power there is not to bring forth.

 Isa 37:3 And they are saying to him, “Thus says Hezekiah, `A day of distress and correction and spurning is this day, for sons have come unto the breaking forth, yet there is no vigor to bear.”

 Hos 13:13 the cramps of a bearing woman shall come to him. He is an unwise son, for in season he will not stand at the breaking forth of sons.”

 

Mishbar From Shabar

Strong’s Hebrews # 04867

  • A breaker, breaking (of sea), billows and waves

  2Sa 22:5  When the waves of death surround me, the floods of the ungodly terrify me,

 Psa 42:7  Deep calls to deep through the voice of Your waterfalls; all Your waves and Your billows have passed over me.

 Psa 88:7  Your fury has lain hard upon me, and You afflict me with all Your waves. Selah.

 Psa 93:4  Jehovah on high is mightier than the noise of many waters, than the mighty waves of the sea.

 Jon 2:3  For You cast me into the deep, into the heart of the seas, and the current surrounded me; all Your breakers and Your waves passed over me.

In conclusion; both mishber and mishbar originate from the Hebrew root word shabar, which we defined above.

Mishber is defined as the physical opening of the mother’s womb. It is the place the where the baby breakthroughs from the invisible into the natural world.

Mishbar talks about the large physical billows or waves that we see when the surf of the ocean is up.

These are two instances of God’s breakthrough anointing. God calls us to apply both of these principles into our lives by faith and in the Spirit.

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