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Polished/Natural Shofar
Shofars come in various sizes. Ram horns are the smaller ones and the Yemenite shofars are the larger ones. Please contact us to let us know what you are looking for. We have natural shofars, half natural and half polished, or all polished. 

Prices vary from $200- $550

Stay tuned for more pics! These shofars are from Israel with quality sound.  Shofars are not exactly as shown. colors may vary. 

Apostle Nabiyah Ministering before the Lord.
This one not for sale.

Shofar sizes Polished
34-36 inches $220
38-40 inches $245
42-44inches  $285
44-46 inches $350
44 inches 2 shofars for $ 600 Great Deal!

This beautiful scroll  is written with the prophetic word for you and is about the contents of the box which is included. (We do not charge for the prophetic word. )

What is a prophetic gift box? It is a box that Holy Spirit chooses to "carry" the word of the Lord to the recipient. Each box is designed for you specifically. No two boxes are alike. We have had some awesome testimonies along with tears of joy for what the Lord is saying in the way of bringing encouragement, confirmation, and heavenly love. Every gift is prayerfully chosen and prayed over and constructed in the atmosphere of worship. We want to hear clearly on what He wants you to know and have. 
- Apostle Nabiyah

Apostle Nabiyah Baht Yehuda of The Chamber Room Experience & Scribal Visions has been crafting staffs, also known as since 2011. Most people call them , mattahs, but the bible uses the word mattah for the word, beneath, downwards, or below Such as is found in Exodus 36:29 And they were coupled beneath, and coupled together at the head thereof, to one ring: thus he did to both of them in both the corners. 
Strong's Number: H 4295

Holy Spirit has been downloading beautiful designs with even more beautiful stories. Staffs and rods have been used since biblical times and walking sticks are nothing new. Staffs and rods were used in various ways. They served as identifiers such as those that belonged to chiefs of tribes. Shepherds also had staffs. Psalm 23 says, “His rod and His staff, they comfort me…”
The word rod in Hebrew is, (H7626) and the Hebrew word for rod is used for authority, rod, branch, clan, tribe and sceptre. It all depends on how the rod is used while (H4938) means support of all kinds. There are other Hebrew words that are used in the bible that gives clarity for how these staffs were used. The beautiful thing about Hebrew is that it is a concrete language that is beneficial for understanding the word of God.
In all of our getting, we must get understanding! 

Many are being blessed by these anointed additions in prophetic accoutrement. 



From the Bridal Series. Each staff will be uniquely designed. 

Rod of Shalom $135 

S175 Rod of Authority
I do not duplicate staffs, but if you like what you see, you can order something "like it." Always know what the Lord is saying to you about your ministry assignment... 

The shevet (shaybet) is a rod. It is used in correction like punishment. It is a symbol of authority. One who has authority (truncheon) is one who is licensed to pass judgement. It was also used for writing. This is a blessing to me personally as a scribe. It is a mark of authority the same as a sceptre. It also is a mark of distinction as in a tribe or clan. When you are a part of a family you are known by the name of that tribe or family. Biblical uses are offshoot, branch, rod or club. This is a staff for a chief warrior. In Hebrew you would spell it, שוט

There are many scriptures that will lead us into understanding why Abba inspired men of God and Proverbs 31 women to create with their hands. Psalm 144:1 is an indication of how He teaches us through our hands.  

From the desk of Apostle Nabiyah Baht Yehuda

When the Lord gave me the inspiration for the staffs, I was amazed. I said I had never seen anything like it. I had never 
done anything like it, but I thought to myself, "If I could build the ark of the covenant, I could do this." I was ready for the challenge. I had made my first staff in 2011, but I had not desired at that point to make any more after that. A friend of mine who cut down trees gave me a plain tree that he cut and I thought that I could design it the way I wanted. This seed was planted and did not manifest until 2015 fall. I was in  Tennessee with friends and she had some trees in her garage that her husband cut down and she asked me could I do something with it. I replied, "Sure." I brought it back home with me to Georgia and began to carve scriptures in it. I began painting flames on it and when she saw it, she loved it. 

In a vision the I saw the most beautiful staffs ever and I was on fire!

These staffs speak and tell the story of the God of the Hebrews. They tell the testimony of the faithful traveler along the road of this Christian life. These staffs are also apostolic and prophetic in design. Each to the wisdom that is Yehovah.  
2 Kings 4:29 Then he said to Gehazi, Gird up thy loins, and take my staff in thine hand, and go thy way: if thou meet any man, salute him not; and if any salute thee, answer him not again: and lay my staff upon the face of the child. 
Elisha told his servant Gehazi to do this prophetic movement. He knew that this "staff" which was the word, meant support of every kind.  This was Elisha's staff that he sent ahead with his servant, but his servant could not use it and got no results. The amazing thing about this day in history is that the Prophet Elisha must have had some miracles happen with this  personally for him to send his servant with it. This is the same mishenah from Psalm 23:4 His rod and his staff (mishenah) they comfort me.

These staffs and rods (English words) are very different. There are various Hebrew words for each because of function. We hear the word, mattah a lot. 
This is not a mispronunciation, but it is a miscommunication and misinterpretation. The word, mattah has nothing to do with rods or staffs. These 2 and mattah are completely different in Hebrew. The correct word that we are looking for is matteh. The word mattah can be found in a very familiar passage in Deuteronomy 28:13 And the LORD shall make thee the head, and not the tail; and thou shalt be above only, and thou shalt not be beneath; (H4295 in the concordance.)

It means below, and under (of age) and downwards. 1 Chronicles 27:23 says, But David took not the number of them from twenty years old and under: This word, UNDER is in Hebrew וּלמתה oohlehmatah. Do you see the word, in this word? This is how Hebrew works! Words are joined and rooted together. Roots  will always tell you where things come from. It is the same in spiritual warfare.
There are some rules to understand Hebrew. This includes understanding function, purpose, and call. Also, there are layers of revelation that must be put in its proper place.
Abba is adding to accoutrements that we must begin to understand so that we can wield them skillfully. This is that which He has put not only on the inside of you and but also in our hands. 
 First, let's understand that what we call a staff is a matteh and there are a few more Hebrew words that mean authority, walking stick, teach, branch, chief of a tribe, and so on. Matteh H 4294

 Genesis 38:18  And he said, What pledge shall I give thee? And she said, Thy signet, and thy bracelets, and thy staff that is in thine hand. 
This staff or matteh represented one that was over a tribe or one who led a company.
We must keep in mind that when the Bible is translated into other languages.  Some of the words that they use are not always consistent, so this will take a deep study, and hearing Holy Spirit on what God wants in the hands of the recipient when I am crafting. None is duplicated as each one is unique to the individual. Each staff has a call and a purpose. Zechariah 1:21 What are these come to do?  We have to ask what has this anointing come to do for any given assignment.
The Blood Series: Speaks of the testimonies of warriors and the blood of Christ  
Here are just some of the Scribal Visions that have come out of the Chamber Room.
Psalm 23 Series
Bridal Series
War Staffs
Shamar Staffs
Prayer Staffs 

There is so much we can learn historically about these staffs and the rods. Understand that we must be battle ready. Accoutrement is the word of the day! It is the additional dress or tools or weaponry that you need? What's in your war closet?

Bridal Scepters $200 and up

Bound in Him Staff  $155

For Sale!

PSALM 23:4

Scribal Visions Prophetic Gift Baskets are created
From the realm of Heaven. No one gets the same basket
because this is literally a gift from Holy Spirit.
As the Lord deals with me about the person and what He
wants to say to them this is how the basket is filled.
There have been so many wonderful testimonies! 

What will the Lord say to you?  Occasions for these wonderful gifts are for ordinations, birthdays, promotions, appreciations, etc. However it is not the occasion, it is for any time in the life. They are to encourage and edify. You may want one for yourself or to bless someone that needs encouragement! Email me for details!



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