David Jay Jordan
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Our future High Priestess of the tabernacle of the End Time is female and not male…… as she is Ephraim. And Ephraim is a
trained heifer, a prodigal daughter as the Lord has stated

  
“Ephraim is a trained HEIFER that loves to thresh grain; but I harnessed HER  fair neck, I  will make Ephraim pull a
plow..�
A plow is used to  break up fallow ground-ground that had become hard due to lack of use-which is likened to the
heart of lost Israel.  YHVH was saying those He once called “not my peopleâ€� would become “My peopleâ€�again.

 Ephraim is definitely female and fair and she shall pull a plow …… and break up the fallow ground and be fruitful. But
remember her quality of being fair or beautiful, because our High priestess will be ‘beautiful’ as was QUEEN ESTHER in
saving her people. In fact, I will suggest to you, that our ESTHER, or Pillar shall be a BEAUTY QUEEN in the past.

 
"and after I was instructed, I struck myself on the thigh; I was ashamed, yes, even humiliated, because I bore the reproach of
my youth.’�

 The reproach of her youth, she has been carrying all these years, because she was wild, and the world literally wondered
about her as her actions brought her down in the eyes of the world, and eventually down in her own eyes to depression. She
has definitely bore the ‘reproach of her youth’

 In Psalm 33:18 YHVH said He keeps Ephraim as the apple of His eye. The Father’s eyes are ever upon those who fear
Him.  The Father’s love for Ephraim has never waned.  The lost son has always been upper-most in his heart.  In each
generation since the dispersion YHVH has kept watch over his lost son.  He has called out to Him and even sent His Son to
gather the lost ones of Israel.  This parable tells us of the deep and never-ending love for those who have wandered off and
squandered their inheritance among the heathens of the nations\

http://shilohfellowship.org/blog/?p=127

The story of the prodigalis the story of Ephraim’s return to YHVH
The parable of the return of the prodigal son’s return home is the story of Ephraim’s return to his Heavenly Father.  
Yeshua told this parable while in the house of a Pharisee where Yeshua was invited to break bread on the Sabbath. It was when
the Pharisees’ and Sadducees’ present began to complain about Yeshua welcoming sinners and eating with them that He
told this parable. I believe Yeshua told this parable for two reasons:   (1). To show His mercy for the lost and returning ones of
Israel-for He came for the lost sheep of Israel. (2). To rebuke Judah-represented by the Pharisees and Sadducees for his anger
and contempt for returning Israel.

In Jeremiah 31:19-20 the Father says:  â€œIs Ephraim My dear son?  Is he a delightful child?  For though I spoke against him I
earnestly remember him still; therefore My heart yearns for him; I will surely have mercy on him, says the Lord.â€�  The
word “yearned� as used by our Heavenly Father in this passage tells us the Father has a deep and never-ending
compassion and love for his lost son Ephraim’s return to Him.

The Father’s loving-kindness endures forever. His heart aches for the return of His son and with that heartache there is an
equally consistent wooing-like intercession for his return.

In our parable we read that the father saw his son returning from a distance away.  The father yearned for his lost son’s
return.  In Psalm 33:18 YHVH said He keeps Ephraim as the apple of His yes.  The Father’s eyes are ever upon those who
fear Him.  The Father’s love for Ephraim has never waned.  The lost son has always been upper-most in his heart.  In each
generation since the dispersion YHVH has kept watch over his lost son.  He has called out to Him and even sent His Son to
gather the lost ones of Israel.  This parable tells us of the deep and never-ending love for those who have wandered off and
squandered their inheritance among the heathens of the nations.  It should be both a comfort and motivator to us in our own
return to YHVH.

Lost son or daughter, definitely

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Ephraim is Female, Fair and Prodigal Daughter