Friday, October 18, 2013

Final Prophet(s)

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"The revelation from Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show his servants what must soon take place. He made it known by sending his angel to his servant John". (Rev.1:1)
This one whom Jesus "sends", is the same angel ("messenger") of Zech.4:9 and Mal.3:1 (Isa.40:1,2,3; Rev.12:6,14; Isa.40:4,5,9,10; Matt.25:6), who appears when God's Temple (anointed priesthood) is finally completed by the "capstone". That prophet messenger(s) ["angel(s)"] is sent to prophesy in that time of the end, and will fulfill the roles of "Moses and Elijah" (Rev.11:3,4; Zech.4:14,9). The appearance of this "capstone" will initiate the "small beginnings" of the eternal Kingdom. This beginning sprouts from a condition of devastation (Zech.4:10,6; Hag.2:3; Rev.11:2; Dan.12:7; Rev.13:7; Matt.24:15; Luke21:24; Matt.7:6; Dan.8:12; 1Cor.3:16,17; 2Thess.2:8; 1:7; Rev.1:1; Isa.40:5,2,3)"



  1. 144,000, know Jesus.

    John 10:14,15 “I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me — just as the Father knows me and I know the Father

    1. Of course. To know Christ's voice is to recognize the sound of truth and the Word of God. The Pharisees were deaf to this (John8:27,43,47) due to having the same desires as Satan (John8:40,41). The Temple of God's spirit, and it's body of Christ, is arranged according to the Will of God (1Cor.12:11,18,19). The Pharisees refused to recognize the cornerstone of that Temple City (Eph.2:20; Luke20:17,18,19).
      ALL members of the body must also discern the body's structure (1Cor.11:28,29,31) lest they sin against God's own arrangement, due to pride...the same leaven as the Pharisees (Mark8:15,21; 9:33,34; Luke9:46; 1Cor.8:2).
      Those who truly abide in Love, rejoice in the mercies and kindness expressed to their brothers (1John3:14; 1Cor.12:26). These realize that any honor shown according to the justice of God, is shown to those who previously lacked honor especially, in order that there should be no superiority or division within the body (1Cor.12:24,25,26; Matt.20:26,27; 1Cor.4:7; Rom.12:3,6; 1Pet.4:10; Matt.20:16; 23:12). If God chooses the most despised to be shown an equalizing amount of mercy, of what concern is that to anyone? (1Cor.1:26,27,28,29,30; Matt.20:13,14,15) All of us are undeserving worthless slaves, who perform our assigned place out of obligation, not out of superiority (Rom.4:4; Luke17:10; 1Cor.4:7; Luke12:48).
      If God does not give all the honor to those who already have honor,
      and chooses to neglect and further debase those who have been totally despised and cast off;
      why would those who are also shown God's undeserved mercy, raise objection, unless their eye were evil?
      There is an equalizing according to God's justice. None should be greedy for more at the loss to his brother, or even lower, a sister.
      Those who truly grasp the mercy of God, recognize this voice of truth being proclaimed throughout the above words of God.
      This is the voice of the Good Shepherd, who cares for ALL his 144000 sheep....not just the ones who envy what they do not understand.(Gal.6:3,4; Matt.25:20,22; 1Cor.3:8).
      The parts of Christ's Body who are accustomed to being treated with greater honor, according to their self-estimation, are the very ones who must learn humility. The parts of Christ's Body who are accustomed to being discarded as nothing, are the very ones who must learn to accept their responsibility as priest, according to their God-given assignment, despite the objections and ridicule which surrounds them, which they were previously accustomed to yield to. (2Cor.11:20; 1Pet.4:10; Rom.12:6,7,8; 1Cor.14:32,33,29; Rev.22:6; Amos3:7; Eph.2:20,21)


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