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I have also attached a few exterior pics so you can get an idea of the roof and how it would be supported, the house is an L shape. The question I have is will I need to add additional studs for support on either or both sides of the new opening?
It appears to be holding up the ceiling joists (center bearing) as the house is about 24' span, wall to wall? 17,000 dryer fires a year, when did you last clean the inside of the dryer near motor or the exhaust ducting?
From what I saw in the attic the roof would not be supported by this wall, but the ceiling would be. However, looking at your drawing, I doubt the ceiling joists in the living room run the long 23'.
I can only experience the pain of this, and my dryer vent being just slightly off to where I have to have a large loop of venting to get it to work. I think I'm going to end up relocating the laundry machines to a different wall now, so the dryer will vent down through the floor, making a dryer box the perfect application. Removing a load bearing wall in your home is not considered a DIY project, since it can result in injury and structural damage if not done correctly. Studs on each end (called king studs) are nailed to the beam, while studs under the beam (known as pack studs) carry the load.
The three two by fours under each end of the beam are called pack studs, because they transfer the beam’s load down to the floor. Now all of that hammering is to make sure that the beam is flush with the rest of the wall so this change will be undetectable once the drywall is added. Our beam is in place, our case opening is complete; and you can see how much it opens up the new area that we’re remodeling into the old area that’s also being remodeled. Sign up for Danny's Monthly Newsletter and stay up to date on tips and tricks for the home. To post questions, help other DIYers and reduce advertising (like the one on your left), join our DIY community.
The pictures below will show a partition wall, non load bearing that will extend from a current non-load bearing wall and house cabinets and a fridge.
If this seems like a good plan, should I connect the walls together at the studs, sole and top plates or leave them as two independent walls? If I had to build something like that I would use 2 X 8 for studs and top and bottom plates for most of it not rows of 2 X 4's.
We want it recessed for looks, and I have all the materials already to do it, so no cost as is. Most utility walls for plumbing I have seen here are built with two sets of 2X4s as you have shown.
You can frame it with 2x4's and have two walls, but I would suggest for a top=top plate use a 2x10 to tie the walls together and give yourself a nailer for the ceiling sheetrock on both sides.
I have cut open the one side of the wall to take a look inside to determine what work will need to be done. To the one side is an existing doorway that has two 2x4x8's that will remain between that doorway and the new opening. So does this mean I need to install 2x4 header like the one in the drawing above from Nick?
If you do use this method, you'll probably want to cut the studs from the living room side but just make sure that you aren't damaging anything in the soffit in the kitchen. When removing a load bearing wall, the load must be supported temporarily while the wall is removed and a beam strong enough to carry the load is put in place. The beam that will carry the load that the wall once had is made from two, two by twelves with a piece of half-inch plywood between them. The studs outside the pack studs are called the king studs, probably because they control the beam and the pack to keep them from shifting from side to side.
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I thought about 2x8's but would have to purchase which is no big deal in the grand scheme of things.
Leaving a wood frame wall exposed in a living space is against most jurisdictions for fire safety. And since I already have all the lumber available, I can get the look we want and keep out existing fridge, with minimal work. Also, if the wall you want to cut supports the ceiling joists from the kitchen and from the living room, make sure you support your ceiling on both sides (kitchen and living room) when you cut the studs.
It’s persuaded into position with more than a little force and then it supported by several two by fours. Please note that this is my first time using google sketchup to draw my plans so not everything is exact.
If you used 2x8's would you just cut out the section of sole plate where the fridge goes, or use 2x8's as studs and use 2x4's in the recess and as sole plates side by side and eliminate the sole plate in the fridge recess area? Directly below this wall in the basement there is no direct support to the foundation as seen in the attached storage room pic. Luckily there was a bathroom on the other side and there was a utility wall for the plumbing so I was able to recess the refrigerator enough to just clear the doorway. Are to the sons of men sought I else of pleasing if until to now to the sons of men please, be (a) servant of Messiah not was would Do I persuade men or Elohim? This is a common word play Paul uses, emphasizing that Messiah was revealed through his manifestation in the flesh.
Ela azelot l'aravya w'tob hipekeet l'drmesoq  And not did I go to Jerusalem towards the apostles who were there before me. Noting a very curious dialectical choice throughout the Aramaic NT, in the manner "Jerusalem is spelt . Furthermore, not even these men were able to contribute to my knowledge. __________________ 8 At least, not compelled before entering maturity and a full under-standing of what his own return meant.
As seen later, part of the Galatian heresy was circumcising people who didn`t even believe, or who had not grown in any understanding.
The proper order of things would be first to trust in Yahshua, and then seal that growth faith and faith in circumcision. Rather, man used circumcision as an entry point into the Community, as did the Jerusalem group and the Qumran community at the Dead Sea. Most churches of Christendom teach that infant or adult baptism makes them a `member of the church`.
To bring people into bondage means that people were asked to immediately follow all pharasaic customs which were thousands in number. The Jerusalem Circumcision group were attempting to make them exchange one kind of bondage for another (rabbinical man-made customs rather than Biblical Torah), but Paul immediately rejected their attempts, giving them no place. Rather, once the abiding has gone "towards you" it can also be said to be "with you". 13 In the Middle East, "to turn my face towards" is an Aramaic idiom that means to show favor.

He, Yah`shua was deeply Torah-Observant, and coming from the House of Judah, in His quest to find and reclaim the `Lost Sheep of the House of Israel`, He showed Himself as upholding and adhering to Torah as an example to those `Lost Sheep of the House of Israel`, Galatians etc, who had centuries earlier fully rejected Torah Observance.
Now, understanding all this, we must also come to the conclusion that Peter, Paul, Barnabas, and all the other Disciples, would never deviate from the teachings of their Master. Thus we conclude that Peter, Paul, Barnabas and the others would not at all, or at any time, consume non-Kosher foods. In fact there is no hint at all in Galatians that Peter was consuming non-Kosher foods.
He, Shaul, considered Peter a hypocrite for `hiding` his actions from those of the `Circumcision`.
To illustrate a point; In my own ministry for over 27 years, I have ministered amongst the Asian Community. Now if I were to be seen by Moslems sitting at the same table as pork-eaters, (even though I did not myself eat the pork), that would make my ministry amongst the Strict-Moslems very difficult, as they would consider me an unclean abomination and I would not be allowed into their homes, sit at their table or even to shake hands with them. As in the case of Kepha, I too would have to rise hurriedly from the table and make a hasty exit, lest the Moslems to whom I witness saw me. Lamsa translates this passage as "cast lots" even though neither word for "lots", appears directly in the text. James Trimm has opted to use a bit more neutral language by saying "they submitted" in his HRV. Both readings though are correct, since casting lots is a popular eastern image for making up one's mind. ______________________ 2:14 w'kad khazit d'la aileen teritzayt b'sharara d'Awngaleyon 17 eymereet l'Keefa l'ai-yen kulhon ein ainat 18 d'Yehodiya ainat Arma-ayt chaya ainat w'ela Yehoda-ayt aykanna aleetz ainat l'aimmeh d'Yehoda-ayt nekhwan when--behold--those who not followed righteously in his truth of the Gospel, said I to Peter, to the eyes of them all 19, "If you who are Judeans, you Arameans 20 live you as (Arameans) and not as Judeans, urge you to the Gentiles of Judeans to be as But behold!
When those who did not follow righteously the truth of the Gospel, I said to Peter, in front of all their eyes: "If you who are Judeans, you Arameans, live as Arameans and not as Judeans, why do you urge 21 the Gentiles who have joined themselves to Judah to live as Judeans? __________________ 17 The original Peshitta (word used here)  is a loan word from the Greek evangelion.
However, the "New Covenant Aramaic Peshitta Text with Hebrew Translation" editor writes on page iv, "Concerning the word 'gospel', only the pure Aramaic word sevartha is used in this edition, rather than the Greek word where the Peshitta uses it in 27 places." While the issue of loan words is complex and beyond the scope of a simple word-for-word translation, suffice to say that we should expect the Peshitta to have some of these, as it reflects the harsh reality of first century Israel under Roman domination. In fact, if the Aramaic were "pure", that would tend to invalidate the Peshitta's claim to originality.
Finally, there are far more signs of Aramaic influence in the Greek New Testament than there are the other way around. It is for these reasons also that every line is scrupulously checked in multiple sources. 18 Later pointed Aramaic texts put a linea occultis, or a silencing mark, over the letter noon- n. Even we who believed in him, know that it is from the faith in Messiah that we will be justified and not from the works of the Torah. 24; 25 _______________ 22 This is the only time in the entire Aramaic New Testament where the phrase "Jewish nature" appears. The word anyk refers to a classific-ation without a physical occurrence, kind of like having an image of a bird in one's mind but not seeing a bird directly. In this lone exception however, Rav Shaul bifurcates human nature further, into Jewish and (by implication) non- Jewish varieties. 23 Rabbi Moshe Koniuchowsky in his translation `Restoration Scriptures True Name Edition` writes regarding the phrase `works of the Torah, (quote) "This phrase `works of law` will appear throughout Galations, and does not refer to Torah-keeping. This phrase `works of law` is not found in any of Shaul`s other letters, or anywhere else in Scriptures. The very fact that this term is so isolated and limited in scope to the `circumcision-first club` in one particular community (Gal.
2:4), should lead any individual to the under-standing that the phrase `works of law` does not speak of YHWH`s Torah, but rather of man`s perverted permutations" (end of quote).
In Hebrew it is Ma`aseh Ha Torah and were rabbinical customs and commandments on how one should live and be counted worthy to receive Eternal Life. The Written-Torah on the other hand teaches salvation through the unmerit-ed Favour and Grace of Yah`weh (Genesis to Deuteronomy).
The conflict that Christians have regarding the Observance of Torah is that most of them are unaware that Rabbi Shaul speaks of 2 Torahs in his Epistles; One being the Written Yahweh-GivenTorah and the other being the Oral-Torah (which are the works of the law and command-ments of men). Even Jewish people today are more knowledgable of the 2 Torahs than many of the `brilliant` Christian Bible-teachers who are unaware of them.
It woud be wrong to apply this (verse 16) to the Torah of Moses as that does give us the method of Salvation by Grace long before Messiah turned up in a human form, and also the (written) Torah reveals it`s Goal, which is Messiah. Once again we find Gentiles have made a mess of this one verse applying it to the Torah of Moses which is `Life`. The Torah of Moses is the Master Yahushua`s manuel, so without it we have no light or lamp to walk in the darkness. Elohim forbid! But if while we seek to be justified by Messiah we still find ourselves to be sinners, should (it be) therefore that Y'shua the Messiah is a servant of sin?
Elohim forbid! 2:18 An gir l'aylin d'setret tob l'hayn banay ana khawit ail naphshi d'aiver ail poqdana ana. 30 ____________________ 30 If people had to attain salvation through human customs and laws such as the rabbinic customs (Ma`aseh Ha Torah) or any other societal customs then the Messiah`s death would be in vain as everyone would be able to get to Heaven through their own human set of standards. 31 Who has put bewitchment in you that has as he that portrayed turn before your eyes Y'shua the Messiah when crucified. Oh! 34; 35 _______________  31 There is a clear wordplay between galatya, those who live in Galatia, and galoot, those who are exiles, the dispersed or captives. While we could not directly translate the passage as "you foolish exiles", it is very obvious that Rav Shaul is writing to both groups. Finally, even though the spelling between galatya and galoot is not exactly the same in araimac, the wordplay exists at a sonic level. Such homophonic layers of cleverness are extremely common throughout the Aramaic New Testament and are one of the strongest pieces of evidence we have for declaring its originality and primacy 32 Torah of Moses (Rabbi Simon Altaf) 33 Rabbi Moshe Koniuchowsky in his translation `Restoration Scriptures True Name Edition` writes regarding the phrase `works of the Torah,` (quote) "This phrase `works of law` will appear throughout Galations, and does not refer to Torah-keeping. What we see is that there is a definite juxtaposition between spirit and flesh, and that the Galatians' error leads to the latter. The word Nymlsm (meshelmin) that I have translated as "end" can also mean "complete", and to "complete in flesh" means to terminate after life with no redemption afterwards.
A variation of Nymlsm is said actually by Y'shua on the cross as meshalam, or "it is accomplished!" 37 Or "miracles", since the word khaila is used as "power" in the Prayer of Our Master (kingdom, power, glory) and the power of the kingdom is to literally do miracles. 38 The word shema means "hear" but also "to obey". Probably the latter meaning is better, but both can equally and simultaneously apply to the point Rav Shaul is making. Salvation both in the First and Renewed Covenant is only by the Faith in Yahweh and the outworking of His unmerited favour and Grace upon the believing one. Long before Abraham and his sons were called to enter into Brit-Malah, he had justifying Faith in Yahweh. Followers of Moshiach Yah`sua are the same, Faith must come before Water-Baptism and Brit-Malah. Therefore, it can also be translated as "all these instructions". 43 The `curse` referred to here is not the Torah itself as many christian pastors falsely teach, rather it is the penalty and consequences of disobeying the Torah. Many christians stop reading at this point and try to make out that the Torah is a curse, but Paul immediately refutes that foolish accusation and goes on to say that the `curse` is the penalty for rejecting Torah.
Because of apostasy added was it until of the coming heir 50 to whom was promised, and given was the Torah by angels and through the hand of a mediator. Why then the Torah? This double meaning line up is a way of ratcheting up intensity, much in the way we might say in English, "he was a man's man". There is also another wordplay in that both words also contain the root for "king" in them. 47 Rabbi Shaul states unequivocally that the Commandments in the Torah of Yahweh do not annul the Covenant which Yahweh had made with Abraham.
In fact the Torah which was confirmed to Moshe 430 years after the Abrahamic Covenant actually confirms that Abrahamic Covenant.

That would have to mean that just as Torah never negated the Abrahamic Covenant, neither does the Renewed Covenant (New Testament) annul the Torah. One of those frequent choices, molkana is spelled exactly the same as another word that means "angels"!
If for given was Torah of able that give life, truly from the Torah would come righteousness. Is the Torah we received against the promises of Elohim? 11 clearly states that all the First Covenant saints from Abel to Yoch-anan the Immerser exercised this Heart-felt Faith in Yahweh as the route to Salvation just as do the Renewed Covenant believers.
The keeping and outworking of Torah in the lives of all these saints, both in the First and Renewed Covenant proved that Faith and Grace was already at work in their lives.
None of the First Covenant saints relied on their ability to keep the Torah as a means of Salvation.
Faith in Yahweh and His unmerited Grace towards them was their Key to `Righousness`, and keeping of Torah was the outworking of that Grace in their lives.
The Ruach HaKodesh of Yahweh still teaches us the Torah of Yahweh.(Pastor Denis) 55 That is, as a garment wraps a person in. Rav Shaul uses it elsewhere in Ephesians when talking about putting on the armor of Elohim and the breastplate of righteousness.
63___________________57 `When we were young` is a clear reference to both Israel as a `child` in bondage to Egypt (out of Egypt have I called my son) as well as the Ten `Lost` Tribes of Israel in bondage to the nations by whom they were carried away into captivity.
Rabbi Shaul, in his own case reminds the Galatians and himself that he was once subject to the `elements of the world` ie the misinterpretation of the Torah by the School of Shammai. Tob hapekhton lkon ail hanon aystokesa merea w'miskana tzeviton 66 anton l'meshtaibado lhon. If we refuse to be a part of that Abrahamic Covenant of our father Abraham we have no right to expect the Blessing of Yahweh, especially those ennumbered in Deuteronomy ch.
28 then you must shomer Torah for these blessings are founded on Torah-Observance, (Deuteronomy 28:13-15).
It has long been understood that the 360 mss that make up the Peshitta family are for all intents and purposes identical but for a few minor-spelling variants.
Therefore, the most likely scenario is that this word is simply one of those minor variants within the Peshitta family. 67 These Galatian believers, for whatever reason, were turning back again to be enslaved by the weak and beggarly elements (traditions, false gods, idolatory, etc of Galatia) from which Yah`weh had delivered them. Like the Children of Israel after their deliverance out of Egypt and Lot`s wife after her deliverance from Sodom, they `looked back` treasuring the `old sinful ways` rather than the things of Yah`weh.
Unfortunately , many Christians are much like the Galatians on this score too, rather than observing The Moeds of Passover, Shavuot, Tabernacles, Yom Kippur, Sabbath-Keeping, etc, they follow the pagan customs of Easter with it`s bunnies, chocolate eggs, fluffy chickens, Halloween, Christ-mass, `Sun`-day worship, Horror-scopes, etc. They had fallen under the spell of those of the `Circumcision-first Club` who had influenced them into believing that Brit-Malah was a prior requirement to Salvation by Faith in Yah`shua. Rabbi Shaul is saying here that if they desire to be under a law, then make sure that it is Yahweh`s Law they hear and shomer and not the laws, regulations and works of man. 85____________________ 79 Two Covenants (Pastor Denis) 80 The first covenant was the `works of the flesh,`Yah`shma-El: The second was the Covenant of Promise, Yah-sac. However, in this context "surrender" is the better reading, in the sense that Mount Sinai, where the covenant was codified into divine writing, must be forced into peace (surrender) to Jerusalem, which is the place YHWH has chosen for His name. The irony of course is that this "forced peace" is in stark contrast to today's relationship between Saudi Arabia and the modern state of Israel. 82 Hagar is representative of the mountain in Arabia (The arab peoples) who are in now slavery (to Allah) and who ever seek to bring the Promised Seed also, under slavery to Allah or to death.
Cast out to the bondwoman and her son, for who not inherit of the bondwoman along with the son of the freewoman. But what does the Scripture say? Cast out the bondwoman and her son, for he who is of the bondwoman will not inherit along with the son of the freewoman.
The second part of his prophecy falls in our time when he shows that the son of the bondwoman, that is Ishmael, his sons the Arabs and the Muslims who take on that (Islamic) faith that puts people under bondage will fight and persecute those of the FREE woman namely Jerusalem born of above." 87 This is more than another exhortation. It is a biblical command, we are to do as did our Father Abraham, namely, throw out from among the people those who are arriving to change obedience to the true Torah, and turn it instead into obedience to their own `teacher of righteousness` and his `works of nomos.` Based on this precedent in Yisrael, Paul appeals to the Galut-Yah to take immediate action and send these legalists back on their way to Jerusalem.
Free to enjoy the Biblical 7th Day Sabbath and all the Moeds of Israel and to walk in all His ways. Rabbi Paulos is not saying `do not circumcise`; But what circumcision had come to be meant in the 1st.
Rabbi Shaul would say to such today, "Water Baptism is of no benefit, is meaning-less to you" We know that both Mikvah and Brit-Malah are beneficial to the Believer as Rabbi Shaul taught but in their proper, biblical order, as Rabbi Shaul clearly points out in this verse. An evil person then has become lost or taken a crooked path, but if he repents he is said to have "turned back". In this case though, Rav Shaul is literally "returning" to his main point. 94 This is exactly true, for when you have come to an understanding of Brit-Malah, after having learned and been taught the very basics of Yah`weh`s Eternal Torah and then enter Brit-Malah, you are declaring to all that you are now ready, joyous and willing by the Ruach to uphold all the teachings of Torah. Christendom teaches that we should follow the Ten Commandments as it is `God`s Word`, then they go on to say that you don`t need to follow the 4th. They say, erringly, that the 7th Day Sabbath was done away with, that we no longer need to keep it.
We can be circumcised but if we do not love our brethren we are `fallen from grace`, likewise if the uncircumcised do not love their brethren, they too are `fallen from grace`.
Has ceased to be offense that cross? My brothers, if I then preached circumcision, why was I persecuted? Has the cross ceased to be an offense?  5:12 Eshtop din ap mepeseq nepseqon hanon d'dalekhin lkon.
111 O that those who are also troubling you would be expelled! 5:13 Anton din l'kharota haw atquiriton akhay b'l'khod la tehwa kharotkon l'ailot besra ela b'khoba hawyiton meshhtaibdin khad l'khad. 115 Entire for Torah in one word is fulfilled, you will love to your neighbor as you would yourself.
The Cicumcision-First Club preached `Circumcision` ie salvation through the `works of the law.` Unlike Rabbi Shaul, they put the `cart before the horse`, so to speak. This shows (that) Rabbi Paulos was proclaiming the Torah of Moses that revealed the Messiah to come. The Pharisees that were against him were from the School of Shammai as they were the majority at the time.
He wants them `circumcised` or `cut-off` from the presence of the congregations of the Galut-Yah. Rokha raga medem d'naka l'besra w'terihon seqoboleh anton khad d'khad d'la medem d'tzevin anton tehowon aivdin. Flesh for desires a thing that is against to the Spirit.
117,  If then by the Spirit you are led, not you are under the Torah. If then you are led by the Spirit, you are not under the Torah. Those who and these of things done like, those of his kingdom of Elohim not inherit. Envy, murder, drunkenness, revelry and all like things. Reason being, if such were not done, then Rav Shaul could be construed as saying that these positive fruits of the Spirit are not covered in the Torah, when the fact is they are (love your neighbor, et.

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