Thursday, March 29, 2012

"Look! I am standing at the door and knocking. If anyone hears my voice (Matt.10:27) and opens the door, I will come into his [house] and take the evening meal with him and he with me." Rev.3:20
The scriptures do not conflict with themselves when we have the Truth. They are harmonious. This particular "evening meal", is not the Memorial at all. The context of Rev. ch.3, is all the rewards of proving faithful at the end, during the last days. This "evening meal" is the marriage feast, which Christ will reward those whose lamps are found still burning by Holy Spirit (and not men's doctrines) Luke12:35; Matt.25:3,4,10. Only those faithful, will hear him knocking to deliver the final understandings, to feed them the things held in reserve until then (Isa.48:6). Look at this verse again...Jesus is eating with them. This is the Marriage feast...the evening meal of Rev.3:20; Luke12:35,36,37.
At the Lord's Evening meal in which he used the bread and wine, Jesus did not partake of the emblems, but instead, offered them to his disciples (1Cor.11:24). He did not need the sacrifice of his own body in order to have his sins forgiven, or to receive the Kingdom. The Kingdom inheritance he agreed to share with his disciples, was an extension of the inheritance he would receive from his Father. He already had assurance from his Father (Luke22:29). The emblems were assurance, only to the disciples...not to Christ. For without Christ's blood to atone for the sins of the heirs, they could not inherit the Kingdom with Christ (1Cor.15:50). The emblems were not for Jesus himself to eat.
Concerning the marriage feast (which Jesus does partake of Rev.5:1,7,12; 1:1a), Jesus said it would only be given to those who first, fed him (Luke17:7,8,9,10; Gal.6:6). Therefore, it is at this Marriage evening meal, that Jesus himself eats (Rev.3:20)...sitting at the same table with them (Luke22:30; Mark14:25) because he too, is receiving spiritual food...both from the Father (Rev.5:7) and those who are feeding his "body", being in union with Spirit (John17:8,21,26; Matt.24:28)

If we remain stuck in our own assumptions, we will not hear him knocking with further truths, nor be ready to accept them. This is what Jesus was speaking about when he talked about "new wine" in old wineskins (Luke5:37,38,39). We also need to be prepared to supply a new wineskin to hold the new information. Old understandings can not hold new truth, even if they are comfortable and familiar, and seem "nice"/"better". 

There is joy for all those anointed who have already been "killed"/"expelled", when our brothers awaken, and join us "outside the camp" Heb.13:13,14. This is not the time to wallow in isolation (Prov.18:1; Heb.10:24,25).
1Cor.11:33 and Matt.18:20 reveal the desires of Jesus and Jehovah, regarding the Memorial. Yet, sometimes all the pain we have endured alone, can cause a desire to isolate. It is the will of God that the "Body of Christ" be in unity and harmony, working together under our glorious Head and King. I pray for all the Chosen Ones in their tribulation, and hope Jehovah's spirit helps us all to obey Jesus' desire, for us to be "one" (John17:21,23), especially on this Holy night. (1Cor.11:33)

I know that Satan is against this gathering. I can clearly see him at work. This compels me even more to believe that the anointed gathering, is a powerful situation and event...if only the others could recognize that. Why else would Satan work so hard against it? Why else would Jesus repeatedly direct it? Our unified prayer is key, in the arrival of the end. (Dan.4:17; John16:24)

Yet, I have read in scripture, about the "one prophet out of the North" (Organization), who declares the gathering, and how no one hears it at one responds (Isa.41:25,27; 42:9; 43:5,6; Rev.9:14). I myself, have been doing this call to other anointed for 20 months. It is prophesied to begin very small and gradually increase, along with the revelations of Truth (1Cor.3:16; Eph.2:20,21,22; Eze.47:1,2,3,4,5,6). Perhaps it is finally time to "rebuild the temple", and for the gathering of the faithful remnant to begin [Zech.4:9; 1:16; (Rev.21:15) Zech.6:15; 8:6,11,13,23; 9:11,12,16 (Rev.12:1) Zech.9:17]. I hope so. This is what leads up to the Kingdom really arriving. All I can do is keep trying. Jehovah will bless it in His time. Each anointed one, must have the desire in his heart, to please Christ and obey his request (John17:21; Matt.18:20; Heb.12:25).
Regarding these things, Jesus said "Let him that has ears, listen." Rev.3:22,20; Eph.4:21,23


  1. What about the ones not anointed? Thank-you so much for all your info. I have been following for over a month. Now I understand why some people couldn't get rid of old entrenched doctrines. Being a witness nearly 40 years, I have trouble understanding some of the deep things. I am so sorry it took something personal to open my eyes to the fact I was also worshiping the golden calf ,not Jehovah.

  2. Jesus said that narrow and cramped is the road leading to life, and few find it. There is great reason to rejoice for each one who does.
    Regarding those not anointed....
    Matt.10:40,41,42; Matt.25:31-46; 1Thess.2:13,14,15,16; 2Tim.3:14,15,16,17; 1Pet.3:21; 2Pet.3:11,12,13,14,17,18; Matt.22:37,38,39,40; John17:3,17
    Jesus illustrated that he was The Vine, the anointed the branches(John15:5)...but where is the actual fruit/grapes? The scriptures teach us that the fruit/grapes of the anointed, are both... the teachings (fine or rotten/true or false)(Matt.7:20; 12:33,34,37; John7:17,18) and those who receive them (Rev.14:18,19,20; Joel3:13; Isa.5:7; Jer.2:21). When these accept the true teachings, they are also then joined to the true vine/Christ, and then also benefit from the Holy Spirit (Zech.8:23).
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