Blessed be the name of the Lord. The Lord our God the Lord He is one.”
* “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door.” (Written and sung by Bob Dylan, CBS Records)
“The groaning of the tires droned out a consistently dull note. It filled the background of my thought process with white noise but it was more like grey noise. The soft ride of the 69 Caddy Eldorado just added to the hypnotized state I was in. My mind however was anything but comatose. No, this was really happening!”
“A flurry of thoughts and scenarios were flashing on the heads-up screen of my windshield. I am driving but only by seeing the road through a mental map of facts and fears. I had flirted with danger and it had caught up with me.”
“Most of what I saw during that ride was a rear-view mirror full of concrete, a ribbon un-spooling as it distanced me from certain death. Would it be enough?”
“Every mile had comfort in it. A little more peace a little less fear, but was I fooling myself? I know these people. If anything it was a false sense of peace. I didn’t sleep with a gun under my pillow for nothing. I hadn’t slipped away suddenly and in stealth for no reason. I was the focus of their fear.” (Late July 1981)
When it comes to controversy, I have learned that controversy feels like an attack on the heart but it often sets it free!
Besides portions of my story, what you are about to read is very controversial or “outside the box” but so are the times we are in. The content is (from) beyond me but it is absolutely scriptural. In that sense it is not really controversial. It is however far “more” than we have understood. Like you, I am a beneficiary.
As I did you will find, within, important parts of the “all truth” Jesus said the Holy Spirit would show us. (John 16:13 NASB)
In the Word of God we believe we have all truth but there is truth behind the truth, understanding yet to be grasped, and mysteries. “All truth” meant there was more understanding than Jesus explained. He may have told us cryptically but it would be hidden until the Holy Spirit illuminated our way to it. This also meant our awareness of the Holy Spirit would be required in our lives, so we would know for sure we were being enlightened.
When His expanded truth occurs to us, God is kind in that we can simultaneously and without condemnation recognize our former lack while gladly embracing His greater.
We will question the enabling truth necessary to negotiate the final stages of our eternal journey. “All truth” is not grasped except by revelation. Is the Holy Spirit guiding us? If He truly is then yes, we will find what God has intended. His adverse, even distressing truth will spare us and take us into the great beyond that we have believed in if we let His Word accomplish what it was sent to do. It will purge us and purify us, as the Lord intended. (Daniel 12)
There are many areas of concern here. It is my hope they will ultimately validate the whole of this effort. Covering a multitude of interlocking truths, they clarify each other. Things we have looked at separately will now come together, interlocking with each other to become the greater, to become expanded truth. This is fully scriptural understanding that, it appears, has been withheld by God until now. Why are we seeing this now except the times demand our enlightenment and the Holy Spirit is fulfilling the plan?
Like Jesus knew, God knew fear would come upon us if we were exposed to “all truth” prematurely. Back then, there was no supporting environment for what God wants us to know now. Now we must and I believe we will be motivated to seek, accept and walk in the understanding which deals with the prophesied events we are seeing. The scriptural parts and pieces were meant to add up, to bring greater understanding. In “all truth” we will find those added parts and pieces which can then come together in our hearts.
Isaiah tells us who will be taught and how the teaching will come.
“Whom will He teach knowledge? And whom will He make to understand the message? Those just weaned from milk? Those just drawn from the breasts? For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept, Line upon line, line upon line, Here a little, there a little.” (Isaiah 28:9-10 NAS)
“Words such as those found within “all truth” are not meant for the babe, unable to yet discern all their mother wisdom has to offer, as they reach again, crying for the comforting warmth that must end, not discerning the kind of love to be taught which will endure all things, feeding them, …forever.” (a quote from “Does He speak?” by Michael Daniel Dooze.)
This book has been written in much the same way it came to me: line upon line and precept upon precept, over 34 years. For those who have learned line upon line, precept upon precept, it is now time for those lines and precepts to gather. They are coming together synergistically, forming the critical mass, the fulfillment of prophecy that has been waiting for us, yes for us and circumstances, since Christ.
You will see just how we are the initiators of the Lord’s return in a Christ-likeness the world has only had a glimpse of. Biblical concepts will now over-lap, coincide, augmenting each other, creating the holy-graphic image that God wanted us to see when it was time. It is a prophecy spoken by Jesus that is yet to be fulfilled. He has pointed the way to our divine assignment and our personal salvation.
Now, just ahead of the darkness that precedes His return, there are things which must be embraced and in some cases cast off by us. We must stand in faith versus fear, grasping the disciplines that eternity requires of us, disciplines which must be taught by the mature, especially by the Five Fold League of Servants around the world.
Casting aside fear, by the Holy Spirit “Followers” everywhere will then embrace our “God-date” (not mandate.) We will be empowered by our pastor’s in their obedient confidence and concern. Let us all, as God’s watchmen on the walls, blow this Shofar of a message. Let no blood but our own be upon our heads and it be washed away by this baptism in God’s precious grace.
Cruising south along Interstate 95, through the rolling hills of North Carolina, I am alone in my escape. Few cars are seen in the distance in either direction. It has a calming effect as my mind wanders through the moments, the flashes of warning I had experienced in the previous few weeks. In my ignorance I had almost missed them. Some of those warnings were so profound I could not help but ponder my short-sightedness.
If you knew what I did you would not wonder why I frequently checked the rear-view mirror. Their arm had a long reach if they decided to extend it. I knew they would, so I looked again and again until I saw it. The very thing I feared came upon me!
(An opening portion of “Exit Strategy, we initiate the return of Christ!” to be continued)
“If we remain in His grip, how far from His heart can we be!”
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