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Thursday, July 23, 2015

Hide And Go Seek



The Desolate Church




"And it came to pass in the six hundredth and first year, in the first month, the first day of the month, the waters were dried up from off the earth: and Noah removed the covering of the ark, and looked, and, behold, the face of the ground was dry."

"For behold the stone that I have laid before Joshua; upon one stone shall be seven eyes: behold, I will engrave the graving thereof, saith the Lord of hosts, and I will remove the iniquity of that land in one day."

"The princes of Judah were like them that remove the bound: therefore I will pour out my wrath upon them like water."


“Beautiful soul, you never seem
To live within your means

You move to bring your selfless love
O’er every living thing” –
- Travailing Woman


We have not spoken of the “strong delusion” in a long time.  We’ve been through a lot fields and we’ve struggled through the wilderness together and at times, we disagreed and fought with each other over ideals.  Each of us will now be facing the wilderness for real.  The final exam is coming up.  Can you feel it?

I titled this entry because I wanted to share with you the dream I had Sunday morning.  This dream gave me peace even though my own tribulation will be just beginning.  The verses I posted above do not have much to do with the “strong delusion”.  They don’t even have much to do with each other except that they all share the word “remove”.

In Genesis 8:13, Noah removes the “covering of the Ark” and the face of the ground was dry.  In Zechariah 3:9, God says the stone that is laid before Joshua has “seven eyes” and he will “remove the iniquity in the land in one day”.  In Hosea 5:10, an interesting revelation of the princes of Judah that “remove the bound”.

Do you remember the item of “iniquity” in our “book of the law” within us?  The “hydrogen bond” that holds the two “unequal”, anti-parallel strands of our double-helix DNA together is biologically the cause of the “straight” being made “crooked.  Noah removing the “covering” of the Ark to find dry ground and Joshua’s “stones” of Israel and the cutting off of the Jordan where the “Ark of the Covenant” was set down is related.  The princes of Judah removing “the bound” is also related.

Of Noah removing the covering of the Ark, we see this at the end of the Bible as well.  Do you remember?

We see this in the veil being rent after the death of Christ Jesus on the cross in Luke 23:45; and we also see it here:

"And after that I looked, and, behold, the temple of the tabernacle of the testimony in heaven was opened:   And the seven angels came out of the temple, having the seven plagues, clothed in pure and white linen, and having their breasts girded with golden girdles."

The tabernacle of the testimony in heaven was opened.  Remember what was made a “figure of the true” which is in heaven.   Remember what the “tabernacle” is which holds the “testimony”.  Remember what the “testimony” is, in his “blood”.

From “WordUp the “testimony” and “testament” is a “witness” of one’s last will written before his passing to be his voice after his passing.  “Last Will and Testament” is what they call the legal document proving one’s will before they die.

In the case of Christ, that “Will” is the Will of God, the “Law”; and the “one word” that “fulfills all the law”, in his blood.  It is the “Book of Life”.

When that is opened, the other “books” will also be opened by which the dead will be judged; for every “thought and intent of the heart” will be written within each one.

The mission of Christ was multi-fold.  Not only did Jesus come to die on the cross; but he came to show us through his conduct, his parables and sermons how to “put off this our tabernacle”, so that our will did not get in the way of God’s will.

He also came to bear our iniquities because in doing so, he would know our iniquities.  “By his knowledge my servant shall justify many” – Isaiah 53:11.  And “for the overspreading of abominations he shall make it desolate” – Daniel 9:27.

The Consummation is described in many places: He will “remove the iniquity from the land in one day” – Zechariah 3:9; “I will consume the filthiness out of thee” – Ezekiel 22:15; the curse shall “enter the house of the thief and he who swears falsely by my name” and “it shall remain there in the midst of his house” and “consume it with the stones and the timber thereof” – Zechariah 5:3-4.  But the best and all that the faithful will know is this:

"Now this I say, brethren, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God; neither doth corruption inherit incorruption.   Behold, I shew you a mystery; We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed,   In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump: for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed."

Because Jesus stressed during his warning about the deception of the end times the prophecies of Daniel, we need to pay attention to this.  Because Daniel was shown the mystery of the beast that “was, is not yet is”.  It is the house made desolate when its occupant is no longer there because he was “taken out of the way”.

Our “redeemer, the Holy One of Israel” was “sent to Babylon” for our sake – Isaiah 43:14, because she that travails will also go to “even to Babylon” and “there shalt thou be delivered” and the Lord will “redeem her from the hands of her enemies” – Micah 4:10.

I shared with you the dream about my “wilderness”.  In another dream, God shared with me the redemption within the “desolate house”.



A Desolate Temple



This was the dream Sunday morning before I woke up.  My sister and I were in the throng of many people.  There was chaos about everywhere but my sister and I walked safely through the tangled crowds.

We came upon a building outside the city that was a Mormon temple.  It was the only building around and it was set down in a hollow so that from where we stood, we were looking down onto its roof.  I did not want to stay there, but there is where God told us to rest for a while, so we descended the hill toward the building.

We entered the temple which had only one spire.  We expected to see a chapel with pews, but all that was in the chapel was chairs around different tables, like a reception area.  There were six stained-glass windows, three on each side right across from each other.  There was no podium, but there were two bunk beds where my sister and I were to sleep.

Even though each bed had a top and a bottom bunk, we each took a top bunk on different beds.  I remember dreading the climb.  The beds seemed awful high and I was beyond the age getting excited over a top bunk, so I climbed my ladder.  My sister on the top of one bunk bed and I on the other, we rested.

During the rest I was pulled into a dream where I was up in a tree that was taller than all the others.  The tree was so high I could see the whole earth to the curvature of it.  The green grass below me looked like a sea of velvet green.  Something awoke me and it was my sister calling my name.  She said to me “is it time to leave?”

I looked over the railing of the bunk bed.  The carpeting was green and looked like that same sea of velvet grass.  I was only a few feet from the two to three story high ceiling.  I could see the tops of the tables and chairs lining the walls down either side of the room, and the chandelier lights hanging down as I was above even them.  I thought to myself, “It’s such a long climb down.  Why are these bunk beds so high”?

I swung my leg over the railing onto the ladder on which I climbed up, but as I descended, it seemed only to be a couple of steps before my feet hit the floor.  I looked down and the carpeting no longer had that “velvet sea” quality, but had a pressed pile pattern in it, like the carpeting in my own house.

Perfectly rested, we walked toward the doors of the temple to exit and before I woke, the fact that it was a Mormon temple stuck in my thoughts as I awoke.



After the Dream

I told my husband about the dream at the table as he ate his breakfast.  He was dressed for church and I was in the process of being ready.  He was heading to his Mormon church and I was attending a church down the road from our house that I had never been to.  When I told him about the dream, there was a look of amusement on his face.

I knew God would tell me the meaning of the dream in His time, so I wasn’t concerned about it.  What stuck out at me about the church was that there was no one else there.  There was nothing there.  Other than a few dotted settees of high backed chairs and tables along the walls, the place was clean and empty – not even a cob web.

The service I attended that morning was preached by someone who had just returned from vacation.  Ironically he spoke about Joseph and his “long valley”.  As I listened to the explanation of Joseph’s life-long trials:  He was hated by his brothers, sold into slavery.  His character provided for his swift promotion to the management of Potiphar’s household (Genesis 39).  Joseph was then falsely accused of seducing Potiphar’s wife and thrown into prison and forgotten for two years by someone who promised to remember him when he was released.

I thought as I listened to the sermon, “Did God ever tell Joseph “do not despise your place’?”  Perhaps he didn’t have to tell Joseph that, but he told Jonah and he told Elijah when Elijah cried under the Juniper tree, refusing to carry on because those he taught the truth sought his life, 1 Kings 19.

When the Pharaoh had a dream that no one could interpret, he who had been imprisoned with Joseph told Pharaoh about Joseph interpreting his dream.  Joseph was brought out of prison before the Pharaoh to interpret his dream.  When Joseph provided through God the interpretation, Pharaoh put Joseph in charge of everything under him.

After Joseph’s “long tribulation” through the valley, he in one day went from someone forgotten in prison to the second in command of all in Egypt under the Pharaoh.

The following morning, which was Monday, I was continuing writings on “Word Up” when we came to the portion revealing Moses offering to God to have his name blotted from God’s book if God would not forgive the Israelites their sin:

"And Moses returned unto the Lord, and said, Oh, this people have sinned a great sin, and have made them gods of gold.   Yet now, if thou wilt forgive their sin--; and if not, blot me, I pray thee, out of thy book which thou hast written."

Such was the offering of Moses, who entered not into the Promised Land, but died on the Pisgah of Mount Nebo on Abarim, being allowed to see that which was promised.   There were several names mentioned for Mount Nebo in those couple of verses.  It is here that something else was revealed, so before we continue with “The Book of Life”, let me show you what the name “Nebo” reveals:

Nebo -
Nebo, or Nabu, was the Babylonian deity of wisdom and writing. His function and appearance seems to suggest some similarities to the later Roman god Mercury. Although this Nebo became an important figure in Babylon, it probably originated in the Semitic language area."

Although this was written to record Moses’ experiences, the word “Nebo” didn’t seem to match Moses’ time.  Moses was raised in Egypt as were all the people with him – why would they give this mountain a Babylonian name?

“Nebo” or as “Abarim” shares above, “Nabu” was a Babylonian deity of wisdom and writing.  “Nabu”, Nebu” and Nebo” are the same sounds which also begin the name “Nebuchadnezzar”.  This reveals something very interesting:

king of Babylon (604-562 B.C.E.), from Hebrew Nebhukhadhnetztzar, from Babylonian Nabu-kudurri-usur, probably literally "Nebo, protect the boundary."

NEBU-chadnezzar and NEBU-la share the same prefix.  Is there a relation?

nebula (n.) -
early 15c., nebule "a cloud, mist," from Latin nebula "mist, vapor, fog, smoke, exhalation," figuratively "darkness, obscurity," from PIE *nebh- "cloud" (cognates: Sanskrit nabhas- "vapor, cloud, mists, fog, sky;" Greek nephele, nephos "cloud;""

I went to Abarim publications which attempts to break down the words and track their origins in part.  We had done this through several Biblical names which is how we found out the meaning of “Bethlehem” (House for the name of God).

From Abarim Publications:

"Nebuchadnezzar was the king of Babylon during the time of the exile, and although the exile is commonly looked on with great lament, it proved to be a catalyst for national protection (Esther 8:11).

The name Nebuchadnezzar is foreign and shouldn't be expected to mean anything in Hebrew. But to a creative audience, it could be construed as a compound of three parts. The first part is the same as Nebo, the Babylonian god of wisdom and writing.

The second part of our name looks like the noun כד (kad), meaning jar:

The third (imaginary) part of our name could come from the verb נצר (nasar), meaning to watch, guard, keep:  The name Nebuchadnezzar is said to mean Nebo, Protect Your Servant,"

Or “Moon god/Sin protect the father”? (Abarim explaination for “Sheshbazzar”) or, “protect the Father/Name”.

The third part of the name is also similar to the name this king gave David ("Belteshazzar") and the latter part of "Sheshbazzar" which says means:

"For a meaning of the name Sheshbazzar, NOBSE Study Bible Name List goes with the Persian original and reads Sin (The Moon God) Protect The Father. . . Since he was the man to whom Cyrus gave the temple treasuries back, with orders to restore the temple of YHWH, his Hebrew name appears to mean Purity Incubator, or something to that extent."

The seed incubator.  Now we know why certain people were after a certain “chosen one”; which follows the pattern of the devil tempting Christ with the kingdoms of this world, and the body of Moses, whom Michael protected from being taken by the devil . . . because Moses “eye was not dim and his natural force had not abated” – Deuteronomy 34:7.

The scriptures are the proof of the fulfilling of God’s Word, profitable for instruction after receiving visions of things you knew not when you received them.

Because this is about the restoring of God’s Word; His Name and the cleansing of the sanctuary, it is important for the deceivers authoring this conspiracy against God to enshroud their true intentions in a man-constructed “false-positive” Biblical prophecy BEFORE the Biblical prophecy.

In the production of a play or a concert, there is activity before the curtain to distract you from what is going on behind it. 

In the “conspiracy among the men of Judah”, there is the “mirage” before the desert; the tribulation to lead you astray.

A couple of years ago, when exposing the deception of the “pre-millennial kingdom” and “pre-tribulation rapture” doctrine (“In Search Of Adam Part IV”), I had told you:

What better way for Satan to deceive the Christian population then to convince them that Jesus comes BEFORE the tribulation to rule a government on this earth?

Jesus told us in Matthew 24, Mark 13, Luke 21 that the son of man does NOT return until after the “tribulation of those days”.  This is also stressed by Paul in 2 Thessalonians 2:2-12.  This is the end times.

Jesus also told us “be not deceived”.  Do not fall for the “mirage”.

With that said, let’s review a couple of points mentioned a few of the previous studies:

From “A Page In The Book”:

It is important because the deception spoken of in scripture of the end times, indeed the deception that has plagued us since the Garden of God is every bit about this.


There is no “millennial kingdom” with Christ ruling on this earth.  There is no “rapture” away from the tribulation.  All will suffer it, even the elect.  The elect are protected from the hour of temptation because they know their God; and they are saved from the day of wrath but all will endure the tribulation.  Christ himself told us he does not return in his glory until after the tribulation of those end days in Matthew 24:29-30 and Mark 13:23-26.

We also talked about the two tabernacles: the first which is called the sanctuary, and that beyond the second veil, the holiest of all:

In Psalms 78, David declares the choosing of the tribe of Judah over the tribe of Joseph and Ephriam for the tabernacle; yet in Ezekiel 47:13 Joseph is apportioned two portions of the land for Israel.  Think about that.  Remember there are two tabernacles described in Hebrews 9:1-5:  The first is the sanctuary, and beyond “the second veil is the tabernacle” which is called the “holiest of all” through which Christ entered – the “veil of the flesh” (Hebrews 10:20).

Remember the two tabernacles: the first and beyond the second veil the tabernacle called the Holiest of all where the Ark of the Covenant was kept.  Judah was chosen for the holiest.  Judah was the target of the evil one.  Joseph/Ephraim were not chosen even though Joseph was apportioned “two” portions of land.

Also remember that the way into the holiest is not made manifest while the “first tabernacle” is standing (Hebrews 9:8).  That day will not come until the man of sin is revealed; the son of perdition” – (2 Thessalonians 2:2-6).

And this verse:

"Joseph is a fruitful bough, even a fruitful bough by a well; whose branches run over the wall:   The archers have sorely grieved him, and shot at him, and hated him:

But his bow abode in strength, and the arms of his hands were made strong by the hands of the mighty God of Jacob; (from thence is the shepherd,the stone of Israel:)"

And we said this about those verses:

Then the scriptures tell us that although God chose Judah from which the “stone” of Israel, the “shepherd”, the “seed” would come; Joseph would be the branch through which many nations would be administered the “seed”.  For Joseph was the coat of “many colours”; and Ezekiel tells us that Jacob/Israel and Joseph (who's stick is in the hand of Ephriam) would become one.


Joseph is the fruitful bough whose branches run over the wall (remember  the walls of Jericho and the “breach” in the walls of Jerusalem (Nehemiah 4:7) – “the walls are now solid and we can’t go through” he said to me).

His “bow abode in strength” – the “sanctuary of strength”, from which he is made strong by the hand of the almighty God of Jacob; from who comes the shepherd, the “stone of Israel”.

About the conspiracy, we reviewed this:

In “Defining the Jews” we discussed the “kings of Judah” who “destroyed the house” in 2 Chronicles 34:10-11; the “conspiracy among the men of Judah and Jerusalem” in Jeremiah 11:9; and the conspiracy among the priests and prophets “in her midst” in Ezekiel 22:25-26.  This is the “controversy of Zion” mentioned in Isaiah 34:8 for which the Lord will recompense.

The “kings of Judah” have “destroyed the house”.  The Conspiracy against God was foretold by Jeremiah and Ezekiel.  “In the midst of his house” we’re told in Zechariah 5, the Lord will bring forth “the curse” (the flying roll) and it will “consume the stones and the timber thereof”.  The “iniquity” will be “removed from the land” in “one day”.  The man of sin, son of perdition will be “destroyed with the brightness of his coming” (2 Thessalonians 2:8).  Remember this?


"For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart."

How is this?

"Yet it pleased the Lord to bruise him; he hath put him to grief: when thou shalt make his soul an offering for sin, he shall see his seed, he shall prolong his days, and the pleasure of the Lord shall prosper in his hand.

He shall see of the travail of his soul, and shall be satisfied: by his knowledge shall my righteous servant justify many; for he shall bear their iniquities.

Therefore will I divide him a portion with the great, and he shall divide the spoil with the strong; because he hath poured out his soul unto death: and he was numbered with the transgressors; and he bare the sin of many, and made intercession for the transgressors."

He shall bear the sin of many – an antidote for the faithful.  God has turned the curse into a blessing for those written in “The Book of Life”.

Hebrews 4:12 says that the “Word of God” divides asunder soul and Spirit:  By the Spirit, breath of God man was made a “living soul” (Genesis 2:7).  The “Word” is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.  See 1 Corinthians 15:

"And so it is written, The first man Adam was made a living soul; the last Adam was made a quickening spirit."

Do not let anyone deceive you that Paul prophecies the return of Adam, or that Adam is the archangel Michael.  1 Thessalonians 4:16 tells us exactly who the Archangel Michael is.  “Adam” will not be coming back.  Adam was not honored with knowledge from God, he was convinced by his deceived partner to partake of the “knowledge” offered by the serpent.  Remember this.  Genesis 3.

Isaiah 53:10 tells us “by his knowledge shall my righteous servant justify many, for he shall bear their iniquities”.  In verse eleven Isaiah tells us, “He bare the sin of many . . .

Can you see yet, how the scripture written by Isaiah about Christ and the end times servant will be fulfilled?

Jesus “became sin” for us who knew no sin.  He became “the curse” to redeem us from the curse of the law.

If the “curse of the law” is within you and me; then so is the law itself.  This means regardless of whether you love Christ or whether you believe not, you will be affected one way or another; either to be redeemed or to be consumed.  The tribulation will try the faithful.  All will know it.  Even the saints suffered tribulation and not one living today is better than they.  When the “day of wrath” comes from the Lord, there will be no second chances.  “This is It”.  Now is the time to get to know Christ, in Spirit, not in the letter.

Jesus first died uncorrupted, pure.  He was “The word made flesh”; a pure lamb whose blood would provide the seed of redemption.  Remember what we were told about the seed being the Word of God.

"And for this cause he is the mediator of the new testament, that by means of death, for the redemption of the transgressions that were under the first testament, they which are called might receive the promise of eternal inheritance."

The “Word of redemption” in 2 Corinthians 5:19 is the same that “fulfills all the law” in Galatians 5:14.  If Christ is not “in you”, then you are not “in Christ”, and the iniquity he offered to bear for you will still be yours when he brings forth the fire to consume.  It is every bit about faith.  It is every bit about falling in love with him, every day.


Regarding the tabernacle, remember the way into the holiest is not made manifest while that the first tabernacle is still standing.   What is the first and second tabernacle?

Zerubbabel means “sown” or “seed” in/of Babylon – See the ephah in Zechariah 5:6-11.

Sheshbazzar means “Sin (moon god) protect the Father” and/or in Hebrew “purity incubator” – See Zechariah 5:1-4.

Jesus was “made a curse for us” – Galatians 3:13.

Jesus was “made sin for us” – 1 Corinthians 5:21








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