This post has evolved from being more revelations about me and my role to something completely different today (24th April), but Yah’s will be done, I just type what flows through me.
I had an interesting nocturnal experience last night, that you will read about in due course. I then had a disappointing start to the morning, with one brother defending the ritualistic weekly applauding in the streets of England of the (elderly-euthanasing, baby-killing, male-castrating, gender-reassigning) NHS, but another contact, who is an unbeliever told me on the phone last night his view: ‘they’re making it out to be a god’. How can an unbeliever see what a believer can’t, even the mainstream media are brazenly telling us it’s a ritual? Yehovah God hates us having false gods, idolising anything but Him.
Then another brother, a good friend too, argued that the proclamation/preaching/message to Nineveh by Jonah was actually really a prophesy, although it is not described as such. He also tried to argue that the fact that the message (prophesy in his 2Th2 mind) wasn’t made false by the fact that Nineveh wasn’t in fact overturned in the 40 days God mentions in the message:
Then the word of the LORD came to Jonah a second time: 2“Get up! Go to the great city of Nineveh and proclaim to it the message that I give you.”3This time Jonah got up and went to Nineveh, in accordance with the word of the LORD.
It’s either a prophesy that turned out to be false, when after 40 days nothing happened, and you call God and Jonah liars, or it’s a message/proclamation, a warning, which gives God the opportunity to repent of the overturning and change His mind when He sees Nineveh itself repent. There are no other options.
I had a thought-injection regarding Jonah, and prophets more generally, so I did a word search for the original Greek word used by the Lord when describing Jonah, and Jesus did use the word prophet, but the commentary was interesting and worthy of including here:
Cognate: 4396 prophḗtēs (from 4253 /pró, “beforehand” and 5346 /phēmí, “elevating/asserting one idea over another, especially through the spoken-word”) – properly, one who speaks forth by the inspiration of God; a prophet. See 4394 (prophēteia).A prophet (4396 /prophḗtēs) declares the mind (message) of God, which sometimes predicts the future (foretelling) – and more commonly, speaks forth His message for a particular situation. 4396 /prophḗtēs (“a prophet”) then is someone inspired by God to foretell or tell-forth (forthtell) the Word of God.
My emphasis there. I suggest that Jonah was not a foretelling prophet at all, he never (as far as I am aware) appeared elsewhere in scripture and foretold the future, he just appeared in the Book of Jonah and gave a message, which he didn’t want to do in the first place, disobeying God’s command to go to Nineveh, and then he got angry with God afterward because God changed His mind and repented when He saw Nineveh’s repentance.
(Edit: 29th April. Brother ‘Riverly’ left a comment on another earlier post regarding Jonah, who was in fact mentioned on one other occasion in scripture, in 2 Kings 14:25):
‘This Jeroboam restored the boundary of Israel from Lebo-hamath to the Sea of the Arabah,f according to the word that the LORD, the God of Israel, had spoken through His servant Jonah son of Amittai, the prophet from Gath-hepher’.
Even those verses don’t make it clear that prophesies were involved, and I think the above reads more like a message being given, or an instruction to Jeroboam. Thanks to brother ‘Riverly’ for making me aware of this). END EDIT.
I laughed at God’s teaching of Jonah via the growing of the vine and then removing it:
Then Jonah left the city and sat down east of it, where he made himself a shelter and sat in its shade to see what would happen to the city. 6So the LORD God appointed a vine,b and it grew up to provide shade over Jonah’s head to ease his discomfort, and Jonah was greatly pleased with the plant.7When dawn came the next day, God appointed a worm that attacked the plant so that it withered.8As the sun was rising, God appointed a scorching east wind, and the sun beat down on Jonah’s head so that he grew faint and wished to die, saying, “It is better for me to die than to live.”9Then God asked Jonah, “Have you any right to be angry about the plant?”“I do,” he replied. “I am angry enough to die!”
10But the LORD said, “You cared about the plant, which you neither tended nor made grow. It sprang up in a night and perished in a night. 11So should I not care about the great city of Nineveh, which has more than 120,000 people who cannot tell their right hand from their left, and many cattle as well?”
Isn’t it hilarious to hear God ask Jonah is he has any right to be angry about the plant and then read Jonah saying ‘I do, I am angry enough to die’. So funny, but God doesn’t get angry Himself here, just teaches Jonah the truth, and…there’s the lesson for me today and yesterday, when I have become angry about lack of faith and obedience and understanding amongst brothers and sisters. I need to be like God and just accept that’s how humans mostly are, they ‘cannot tell their right hand from their left’, meaning they’re stupid and ignorant, and I was like that for 49 years of my life too. Praise Him for gently teaching me this and rescuing me from being so lost. He really loves us you know, and He is really so sad when we ignore Him, more so even than when we disobey Him.
I mentioned above that Yah changed His mind, and I wonder if any of my readers are shocked at that? You know why it shouldn’t be a surprise? We are made n His image, and we change our minds about stuff all of the time. We get that from our Father. Guess who else did the same? Yep, our Lord Jesus:
‘Therefore Jesus told them, “Although your time is always at hand, My time has not yet come. 7The world cannot hate you, but it hates Me, because I testify that its works are evil. 8Go up to the feast on your own. I am not going up to this feast, because My time has not yet come.” 9Having said this, Jesus remained in Galilee. 10But after His brothers had gone up to the feast, He also went—not publicly, but in secret’.
I noticed the following comments that the Lord Yoshua (Jesus) made later whilst teaching in the temple during the feast:
About halfway through the feast, Jesus went up to the temple courts and began to teach. 15The Jews were amazed and asked, “How did this man attain such learning without having studied?”
I have taught my brother, who would suppose himself to be wise and learned and old in the faith, something like 5 or 6 times recently, regarding aspects of Torah and scriprure which he totally misunderstood, and I’ve listed them below:
- circumcised his own son as a toddler (way past the 8th day commanded), resulting in serving a jail term for assault.
- he circumcised himself in error, thinking he needed to in order to observe the Passover feast.
- thought he had to use bitter herbs with Passover lamb, another confusion, where once again he plucks specific commands to Israel at specific times and then applies them erroneously to his life, rather than looking at Torah given at Horeb, and the words in new scripture, from Paul for example.
- he misunderstands the Jonah events, producing an incoherent position.
- he thinks everyone will end up with the mark of the beast at the end, but that God will forgive that, as long as they don’t ‘actually’ worship the beast, but he thinks satan does have the power to force his mark on everyone, so no one will be martyred, all of which is contrary to the Lord’s Revelation to John.
- believes (or believed, I’m not sure) that Christians are baptised of repentance, rather than being baptised of the blood of the Lord and faith in Yah and belief in His son, so as to receive the Holy Spirit. Somehow he confuses John Baptist’s baptism of repentance for existing believers who were sinning, with our baptisms as new believers in Christ and our Father.
Have you ever heard such nonsense, but that’s what a 2Th2 delusion produces, it’s only recently that I became aware that he had this problem, I had assumed he was clear of it, as he’s not stuck in sin as far as I am aware? So, how can I be teaching this brother, seeing the plain truth, when I am still a babe?
Here is your answer:
16“My teaching is not My own,” Jesus replied. “It comes from Him who sent Me. 17If anyone desires to do His will, he will know whether My teaching is from God or whether I speak on My own. 18He who speaks on his own authority seeks his own glory, but He who seeks the glory of the One who sent Him is a man of truth; in Him there is no falsehood.
Does that remind of you of some other scripture I’ve shared very recently? It should do, and it was the Lord who revealed these words too in his revelation to John:
‘These are they who have not been defiled with women; for they are pure, these following the Lamb wherever He shall go. These have been redeemed out from men as firstfruits to God and to the Lamb. 5And in their mouth no lie was not found; they are blameless.’
I can tell you now, former friends, including one of the men (who has a photo of the bible open at Jonah on his blog today, what a nice little touch there by Yah) who attended my baptism (and at one stage two of the three men) hate(d) me for loving righteousness and advocating keeping the law, and I have been hounded off various Christian blogs for the same reason, and kicked off twitter, maybe twice. I don’t care, there is truth, I will speak it loud and clear, for my wonderful God Yehovah. I claim zero credit for grasping Yah’s will, His character, for knowing Him intimately (to be revealed), as He made me in the womb and knew I would have a heart to love Him and obey Him.
But please be assured, just like our Lord Jesus, like Moses, like Paul, and like Elijah, I do speak for God, He knows I will never lie, and I will be blameless is speaking His words.
So, I am lucky, very blessed indeed. And like Jesus and most of the prophets (Elijah especially) I don’t care if you take offence at the truth, none of you. I don’t care if you think I am self-righteous or full of myself (despite me constantly saying the righteousness and the wisdom comes from Yah, not me). I just don’t care what you think of me at all, I will just speak His truth, and I know that 143,999 others alive today WILL hear me and love my words, and will become equally righteous, blameless and with no lie in them. And, I and a team I will assemble WILL baptise hundreds of thousands, if not millions before it’s too late. What will you do? ……?
Back to Jesus:
19Has not Moses given you the law? Yet not one of you keeps it. Why are you trying to kill Me?”
20“You have a demon,” the crowd replied. “Who is trying to kill You?”
21Jesus answered them, “I did one miracle, and you are all amazed. 22But because Moses gave you circumcision, you circumcise a boy on the Sabbath (not that it is from Moses, but from the patriarchs.) 23If a boy can be circumcised on the Sabbath so that the law of Moses will not be broken, why are you angry with Me for making the whole man well on the Sabbath? 24Stop judging by outward appearances, and start judging justly.”
I have lost count of the number of times on twitter some ignorant soul has accused me of judging them, as if I shouldn’t be doing it, they often ‘judge not, lest ye be judged’. I welcome being judged, nothing I like more, if someone teaches me something new during the day about God’s word, I am delighted. If I become angry and am chastised, I take it like a man. I don’t whinge and moan like a girl. Jesus tells us to ‘judge justly’. Paul tells us:
‘Do you not know that the saints will judge the world? And if you are to judge the world, are you not competent to judge trivial cases? 3Do you not know that we will judge angels? How much more the things of this life!’
Heady stuff, judging angels. But for now, I will judge brothers and sisters, and the world, if they err, or rely on their own wisdom, which is foolishness. The world needs to be warned, even though it will not repent, God tells us my messages will make the unbelievers worse than they are now:
Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying:“Whom shall I send?Who will go for Us?”
And I said:
“Here am I. Send me!”
9And He replied:
“Go and tell this people,‘Be ever hearing, but never understanding;be ever seeing, but never perceiving.’b10Make the hearts of this people calloused;deafen their ears and close their eyes.Otherwise they might see with their eyes,hear with their ears,understand with their hearts,
and turn and be healed. ”
I was only telling my brother today that Yah ONLY cares about our hearts, He is not a stickler for the letter of His law. As an example, if you want to sacrifice an animal to Him on an altar, He isn’t bothered in these times whether you have a whole live animal, or whether you have a steak from the butchers. He isn’t bothered whether it is first-born, or if it’s been killed in the manner proscribed in Torah, because the Temple has long gone, and His temple is now literally inside us. All that he cares about is that you check His laws, give it your best shot, and that your heart is doing it out of love and a desire to please Him. He’s our Father, He loves gifts from us, our best efforts, and He doesn’t mind if it’s not quite right to the letter (in fact, my experiences with my first Passover and then a burnt offering showed that He will get actively involved to stop you from messing things up, I’ll tell those stories soon).
18Let no one deceive himself. If any of you thinks he is wise in this age, he should become a fool, so that he may become wise. 19For the wisdom of this world is foolishness in God’s sight. As it is written: “He catches the wise in their craftiness.”c 20And again, “The Lord knows that the thoughts of the wise are futile.”
21Therefore stop boasting in men. All things are yours, 22whether Paul or Apollos or Cephas or the world or life or death or the present or the future. All of them belong to you, 23and you belong to Christ, and Christ belongs to God.
There’s so much from Paul in this brief message. So powerful. He confirms the temple of God is our bodies now, we are the temple. He tells us not to think we are wise (we aren’t), but to become a fool, a blank slate, so that God may write His wisdom all over you (I did that from the start by the way). God knows that the wise, the geniuses, the high IQ clever smart folk with the best reading comprehension skills are full of foolishness in His sight, and he tells them: stop boasting in men. Men are stupid. I haven’t highlighted it, but he then tells us ‘All things are yours’. Do any of you realise this? We jointly own everything in creation through Christ, through our Father. That’s a huge revelation right there, and yet I see nearly everyone I know of faith worrying about the future, lacking faith in God’s protection, taking medicines and using doctors, fearful about the (fake) virus or their jobs. No, stop, you have it all already, everything you need, he gives it to us, the whole world, life, the present and the future. Are we suitably grateful? Meh, we’re pathetic, we don’t even realise it.
On the other hand (back to sacrifices) if your heart is with God 100%, and your heart tells you that sacrifices aren’t necessary any more, since Christ’s sacrifice, then He is just as happy with that, He just wants your heart, to love you and for you to love Him back, forever, and if you agape (love) our Father, you will seek to obey His righteous laws. We’re like Him, we want to be loved and respected and we want out children to obey us and call us when they’re older, and remember our special anniversaries, and treat us as someone very special in our lives. That’s what he wants, and can you imagine how sad He gets when nearly everyone on the planet just turns their back and forgets He even exists? His heart breaks, that’s how He feels, devastated. It is a testament to His infinite patience and grace that this planet is not in smithereens already, but He’s reached the point where He can’t stand by and watch the rebellious kids wreck His home any more. So, He will need to punish the world now, before rescuing His obedient children from their graves, to enjoy a thousands years reigning with Christ on earth, whilst Satan is chained up.
On the other other hand, if you are making sacrifices as a get-out for unrepentant sinning, or if you don’t make sacrifices but think you can get away with the odd theft, or adultery, or you are worshipping the NHS, or sports stars, or musicians, or a flag or constitution, or a President, then He hates your heart, because you are not with Him, you are idolising something else, making something man-made into a little god that you love more than the huge God who created you and everything else. Even idolising your own IQ and that of others, for example. So, don’t do it, get with Yah, give him everything you’ve got, why not, you’ll be literally AMAZED at how he responds (wait til you read what I have experienced these past two weeks or so). Incredible experiences.
Back to the phone conversation with my brother, who also then argued that there are lots of other prophesies in scripture that didn’t come to pass because of repentance, but the only example he could give me was wrong, the prophesy did come true, but was delayed due to repentance. Here’s the scripture (it’s my old friend Elijah here too, hurrah):
‘Tell him that this is what the LORD says: ‘Have you not murdered a man and seized his land?’ Then tell him that this is also what the LORD says: ‘In the place where the dogs licked up the blood of Naboth, there also the dogs will lick up your blood—yes, yours!’
When Elijah arrived, Ahab said to him, “So you have found me out, my enemy.”
He replied, “I have found you out because you have sold yourself to do evil in the sight of the LORD. 21This is what the LORD says:
‘I will bring calamity on youand consume your descendants;I will cut off from Ahab every male in Israel,22I will make your house like that of Jeroboam son of Nebatand like that of Baasha son of Ahijah,because you have provoked My angerand caused Israel to sin.’23And the LORD also speaks concerning Jezebel:‘The dogs will devour Jezebelby the wall of Jezreel.’c24Anyone belonging to Ahab who dies in the citywill be eaten by dogs,and anyone who dies in the fieldwill be eaten by the birds of the air.”Ahab’s Repentance25(Surely there was never one like Ahab, who sold himself to do evil in the sight of the LORD, incited by his wife Jezebel. 26He committed the most detestable acts by going after idols, just like the Amorites whom the LORD had driven out before the Israelites.)27When Ahab heard these words, he tore his clothes, put on sackcloth, and fasted. He lay down in sackcloth and walked around meekly.28Then the word of the LORD came to Elijah the Tishbite, saying:29“Have you seen how Ahab has humbled himself before Me? Because he has humbled himself before Me, I will not bring the calamity during his days, but I will bring it upon his house in the days of his son.”
Then years pass, and eventually Ahab turns bad again, and lo and behold, look what transpires:
So the king died and was brought to Samaria, where they buried him.
These 2Th2 delusions are so powerful aren’t they, I scratch my head and wonder how can anyone believe that the prophesy against Ahab didn’t come true? And then believe that the 40 days proclamation against Nineveh did come true, but much later on, and you need to read outside of the bible to realise it, and…oh, I am wise and learned and you haven’t even finished the bible yet. Literally delusional (and caused by God too).
Then this brother admitted he didn’t really believe any of the things I’ve been experiencing and telling him were from God, more likely that they’re all deceptions, and he has no faith the signs I have been shown and have posted as ‘prophesies’ will come true. And to finish off, he believes that everyone will be forced to take the mark of the beast (yes, everyone), that God will stand by whilst the elect are marked and condemned to burning to death in the Lake of Fire, or that God will forgive them…as long as they don’t actually worship the beast, just take the mark, rather than be a martyr. How weak is his faith in our mighty God, that he thinks God will stand aside and allow this to happen? That the Lord’s prophesy to John in Revelation will just be forgotten by a forgiving God if the mark is taken. It’s just another flavour of churchian gibberish, devoid of faith and understanding, and I can see that millions and millions of believers will be lost in the tribulation ahead, and right at the end, as their faith deserted them and they took the mark to avoid putting their head on the block for a martyr’s death. PATHETIC.
So, that all wasted 90 minutes of my day, and now it’s mid-afternoon and I sit down to continue with my story. These things are sent to try me, I am sure of that, it’s so easy to think ‘what is the point in me carrying out my mission’? Well, the point is that babes in the faith need me and will avoid the snares and traps and the lack of faith, they are blessed by Yah, as am I. Wise and learned folk will probably perish, sad to say it, but unless they sort themselves out, their delusions and lack of faith will mean they fall for the first fake messiah (and the second and third no doubt), and will take the mark of the beast, rationalising it as OK because God will forgive them and they really have no choice anyway but to comply. WEAK.
As an aside, President Trump is behaving very much like a fake messiah, and is receiving worship too, and is referred to by many on the alt-right as the ‘God-Emperor’. He has made no declaration that he is a messiah (yet), but he ticks all the boxes otherwise. Be warned, he’s a faker.
I am starting with my next note in my notepad, which relates to a verse in Malachi 4:
Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful Day of the LORD. 6And he will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers. Otherwise, I will come and strike the land with a curse.”
Before it was revealed to me, and before I knew what my role was precisely, I didn’t grasp what the bolded words about fathers and children meant, and I noticed that they were cited by the Lord in Luke 1:
Many of the sons of Israel he will turn back to the Lord their God. 17And he will go on before the Lord in the spirit and power of Elijah, to turn the hearts of the fathers to their children and the disobedient to the wisdom of the righteous—to make ready a people prepared for the Lord.”
So, John the Baptist had the spirit of Elijah and part of his role was to ‘turn the hearts of the fathers to their children’. But what about turning ‘the hearts of the children to their fathers’? Well, that means that the babes in faith will have their hearts turned back to the Patriarchs in our faith: to Abraham, to Moses, to Jacob, to David and ultimately back to our Father in heaven and his son, and to their ways, their laws, commands and statutes. That may not make sense to you, but trust me, that is what it means. The 144,000 righteous men who will have no lie in their mouths will mostly find faith and the truth from around about now (or a year or two ago) until the tribulation period ends (I have had the date of the return of the Lord revealed to me too, I’ll share that in due course). 144,000 out of nearly 8 billion, such a small number isn’t it, but that’s life in the end times, and those 144,000 are blessed indeed. How will they be turned back to the way of the fathers? By seeking to know Yah’s laws and statutes and ordinances and following them. What, all 613 I hear you cry? No, 613 is a jewish invention, the laws we need to learn and do are stated in Malachi 4:
“Remember the law of My servant Moses, the statutes and ordinances I commanded him for all Israel at Horeb.
I estimate that once the temple laws are taken out (there is no temple of course, our bodies are Yah’s temples now) we will end up with a couple hundred rules at most. Around 150 of those will be ‘don’t do this’ laws, such as sex with animals, sodomy, clean meats etc. Very easy to just obey. Then there may be around 50-100 that are ‘do this’ laws, including the Ten Commandments, and the feast days. As the Lord Yoshua (Jesus) told us, his yoke is not a heavy burden at all, it’s a light one.
I do think that I will also be turning fathers back to their children in the decade ahead, by bringing potentially millions of the elderly to have an adult baptism, thus saving them just in time. I have around 10 bubbling, former colleagues, clients, and parents too. I am sure I will baptise tens of thousands in the decade ahead.
It’s considered fair sport in most red-pilled parts of the internet to mock the ‘boomers’ (Baby boomers born shortly after the end of WW2). The younger generations hate the boomers for their attitude, entitlement, and the way they’ve sold our nations down the river. But the younger generations have no sympathy (or empathy) with a generation that was deceived by the churches into not having an adult baptism, and so never receiving the holy spirit, and at a time when there was no internet to seek the truth, and when TV was launched as a propaganda tool too. I know they should have checked their scripture and God’s guidance, but we have all been deceived through our lives, but we can be shown the truth later on.
The mockers and haters (and I used to be one) also ignore one of Yah’s laws, and it’s a really nice one, one that could only come from a loving, polite, creator God like ours (He’s so perfect, He nails these things every time, my heart leaps with joy as I consider this law and others like it, for their ‘niceness’, God is like us, He’s polite and nice too):
‘You are to rise in the presence of the elderly, honour the aged, and fear your God. I am the LORD.’
So, Gen Xers and Millenials, and teenagers, stop blaming the boomers, and stop disobeying the Lord God and fear Him instead, He commands it. I can imagine a certain famous alt-right blogger reacting to this law with such indignation, and he will disobey it, he has dozens of 2Th2 delusions too. So be it, for me and for those that will follow my teachings, we will agape boomers, love and honour them, and try our best to get them baptised before it’s too late.
It’s now 25th April, and yesterday was a tough day, with further realisations that the Tribulation period is going to be very tough and bloody indeed, and the Lord played me Matthew 24 first thing today as a reminder. Before I talk about that I am pleased to report that our Father did lift my spirits late in the day yesterday, as I was sitting on a bench at the back of the pretty graveyard nearby that I visit every day whilst taking a walk.
A young couple (late 20s) parked up at the gate and walked down to a small plot with 3 graves, one of which was obviously that of a child, as there was teddy bear on it. They tidied it up a bit and left some flowers and then walked back up the hill towards their car, and within a few metres of where I was sat.
I took the opportunity to witness to them, asking if they would mind telling me who was in the graves? They replied that it was the woman’s brother, who died when he was only 7 years old (another 7 in my story I just realise) and her grandparents. I asked if the grand-parents were believers, and they didn’t know, and I asked if they themselves were believers, and they said they weren’t.
I told them that it was likely that the grandparents were believers, as most of that generation were, and I told them that if they wanted to see these family members again, they wouldn’t have long to wait, and that the child would be there too, as he was too young to know sin (probably). So I told them I only came to believe a few years ago simply by expressing a heart-felt desire to know God, if He existed. So I suggested they do the same, to mean it from their hearts, and that if they did, He would soon appear, and they would come to believe, and so could be saved and reunited with their family. I was heartened that they listened politely, and they said they would give it a try, mentioning they had nothing to lose by doing so. I prayed that they would and that our Father would quickly enter their lives.
I was tearful (again) at how lost our nation is, and I told these people how England was a blessed nation when we were with God, and now we’re not any more. The man said ‘it may turn around again’, but I told him it’s too late, but that they could at least find God themselves.
I continued on my walk, very slowly, lacking energy, feeling very heavy-hearted, and I spoke with God aloud, letting Him know that I appreciated His level of sadness and despair at the state of our nation and the world, and I understood why He needs to take action against it now, and that I so look forward to the return of our Lord Yoshua (Jesus).
He then blessed me later with a sighting of maybe 40 deer in a field, who looked at me for a minute or two before heading into the woods. So, I was uplifted by the time I got back home, and gave Him thanks for that.
To my friends, former friends, and brothers reading this and feeling annoyed that I have shared my view and some teaching on their situation, please note that this is no different to Paul’s letters to all and sundry. I want you all to see what I see, what Paul saw. Some of you will, some of you won’t, it’s God’s will ultimately, but you do get to choose, so choose wisely, using His infinite wisdom, and not your puny little human brain.
Thanks for reading, I saw that only 6 or 7 people have read my last two posts, but no matter, as soon I will have a swish new website and will be actively promoting it online and in real life, millions will read these words eventually, praise the Lord for that promise, and bless Him and His son too, with all that their hearts desire.