True Word of Yahuah: Isaiah 57:4. Do Not Stick out your tongue.

Scripture is 100% clear on what it means to stick out your tongue and wink your eye. Why do you think rock stars and other celebrities do this?

You will learn today the real meaning of sticking out your tongue and winking your eye.

Scripture on sticking out your tongue

  • Yesha'yahu (Isaiah) 57:1-4 The righteous perish, and no man lays it to heart: and merciful men are taken away, none considering that the righteous is taken away from the evil to come. He shall enter into peace: they shall rest in their beds, each one walking in his uprightness. But draw near hither, ye sons of the sorceress, the seed of the man that breaks wedlock and the whore. Against whom do ye sport yourselves? against whom make ye a wide mouth, and draw out the tongue? are ye not children of transgression, a seed of falsehood,

Scripture on winking your eye

  • Mishlei (Proverbs) 16:29-30 A violent man entices his neighbour, and leads him into the way that is not good. He shuts his eyes to devise froward things: moves his lips he brings evil to pass

  • Proverbs 10:10 He that winks with the eye causes sorrow: but a prating fool shall fall.

  • Proverbs 6:12-13 A naughty person, a wicked man walks with a froward mouth. He winks with his eyes, he speaks with his feet, he teaches with his fingers; Frowardness is in his heart, he devises mischief continually; he sows discord.

  • Tehilliym (Psalms) 35:19 Let not them that are my enemies wrongfully rejoice over me: neither let them wink with the eye that hate me without a cause.

For a better understanding of these verses we are going to look at those who wink their eyes and stick out their tongues. We are also going to look into other teachings that give us understanding of why people feel the need to stick out their tongues and wink.

Definition of Wink:

1. Wikipedia

A wink is a facial expression made by briefly closing one eye.[1] A wink is an informal mode of non-verbal communication usually signaling shared hidden knowledge or intent.

2. Merriam Webster

: to shut one eye briefly as a signal or in teasing 2: to close and open the eyelids quickly3: to avoid seeing or noting something —usually used with at4: to gleam or flash intermittently : twinkle

  • her glasses winking in the sunlight

  • —Harper Lee

5a : to come to an end —usually used with out b : to stop shining —usually used with out6: to signal a message with a light

1: to cause to open and shut

2: to affect or influence by or as if by blinking the eyes

3. Scripture Strong's

  • H7335 רָזַם râzam, raw-zam'; a primitive root; to twinkle the eye (in mockery):—wink. ***Strong's Number H7335 matches the Hebrew רָזַם (razam), which occurs 1 times in 1 verses in the Hebrew concordance of the NASB. Job 15:12

  • H7169 קָרַץ qârats, kaw-rats'; a primitive root; to pinch, i.e. (partially) to bite the lips, blink the eyes (as a gesture of malice), or (fully) to squeeze off (a piece of clay in order to mould a vessel from it):—form, move, wink. ***Strong's Number H7169 matches the Hebrew קָרַץ (qarats), which occurs 5 times in 5 verses in the Hebrew concordance of the KJV Proverbs 10:10, Proverbs 6:13, Psalm 34:19, Proverbs 6:13, Job 33:6.

Winking in Culture

1. Wodaabe Tribe

For example, in the Wodaabe tribe in the Niger area, someone who wants to engage in sexual activities can wink at a person. If the person continues to look at them, they will slightly move their lip corner, showing the way to the bush the person is expected to have sex with them in.

2. China

In China, a wink can be interpreted as offensive. Chinese don’t gesture very much and regard a lot of hand movement as excessive. Winking and whistling are considered rude. Eye contact tends to be indirect.

Sticking out your tongue

1. Cultural

Many writers have noted some fascinating cross-cultural diversities. For example, in Tibet, sticking your tongue out functions both as a greeting and a sign of respect. In sharp contrast, as noted by Laurie Patsalides and others, the Maori People of New Zealand have historically used this gesture as part of a war chant preceding battle. Contrived to intimidate the enemy, it signifies strength and ferocity (see, e.g., “Non-Verbal Gestures: Don’t Stick Your Tongue Out at Me!” in, 01/28/15).

2. Cambridge Dictionary definiton

to make a rude sign by putting the tongue outside the mouth:

Since we are Yahuah's Children, we need to follow what scripture says. It is apparent that the cultures mentioned do not worship I AM, otherwise they would not be accepting to these rudge gestures.

Im not going to go into celebrities who do this on a constant basis. The video attached and the links I provided does this. What I am asking you to do is use your discernment and quit doing thses signals that are displeasing to Yahuah. HE DESERVES BETTER THAN YOU FOLLOWING THE "IN CROWD."

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