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Have you been asking “What on Earth is happening here. . . on Earth?” This is a question which has been asked by people throughout history and has been speculated by both the wise and fools ever since the beginning of time. One of the most discussed and controversial books ever written, The Book of The Revelation of Jesus Christ to St. John, found in the Christian Holy Bible today stands in the midst of this question. Why is this book so important? Why is it written in an allegorical, “secretive” language which seems to cause more confusion than answers to the basic question? And even if this description the apostle tells is accurate how can we know where we are at in its forecasts?
This book is Volume Two of The Espirational Truth Ministries’ continuing series on the systematic research which its founders have been doing for over 50 years. Volume One was where the author explained what the prophetic, allegoric language is and how the definitions to the figurative language is found in Bible parables and prophecies as they were discovered and found. It contains a glossary of many of the common terms used in the Bible parables and The Revelation. Volume Two of this series called REVEALED is a stand alone volume which builds on the theory presented in Volume One where the allegorical language of the prophecy as presented by John has been removed using the literal language as defined by the Bible itself. Then, as shown to be done by Old Testament prophets like Daniel the prophetic writing of The Revelation is carefully correlated with history. This current Kindle edition has footnotes showing how events which has occurred since this book’s original publication in 1988 have progressively pushed Earth’s history further along the path toward prophetic fulfillment as described by John.
This is not just another doom and gloom book of predictions which talks about the “end days” and the ultimate destruction of Earth and Earth’s inhabitants. If you read to the end of the book you will see how humans have a glorious future promised where we are returned to our proper place of being citizens of the Universe created by a loving God. We will finally realize that we are spiritual beings having a human experience who are invited into eternity by the creator of us all. Please read this book and share it with others. We all need hope in this chaotic world we live in today. That’s what this book offers.
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To the new born, everything is new. While usually their eyes are still sealed shut, the new world around them is vibrant with sounds, smells and textures. All of which are spell binding. All of which are wonderfully compelling. All of which create a drive to want to see. To the person who is newly born into the true faith of the Spirit of God, of Christ, within us it is no different. These new born believers hear the sounds of truth around them. They smell the essence of the incense of prayers for them. And they feel the love which is now their life not only within them but all around them. Grow, little children, sleep, observe, play; for soon you will see with your own eyes, your own spirits, that which many have only ever dreamed.
We are holding now a three day old New Year in our hands, what do we do to help it grow and develop into the type of year we can be proud to be part of? We are also holding the occassion to allow the Spirit of the Christ child opportunity to grow within us. The question is will we?
There is only one way a baby grows: By someone loving it enough to provide its basic needs of air, water, milk, warmth and protection. As newborns grow they learn to do these things themselves, but for now they must be comfortable with being cared for by those who love them.
The same is true with this new year. While often uncomfortable, the inability to know the future is actually quite a blessing at times. To know the future would mean that we also would feel responsible to attempt to change that future if something were foreknown to be harmful to someone we love or ourselves. This type of responsibility could cause irresponsible actions by us because we would feel compelled to take actions which, on a universal-eternal basis, may not be prudent.
No, for the most part we know not the future. The year just past has proven that to most of us with the social-political events which have shook the globe. But the globe has been shaken before, yet it still spins on its axis and travels around the sun at a steady pace. And yes, we are still here.
The fact is that the spiritual Kingdom of God is but still an infant, a newborn. The Apostle, Paul, stated that he, representing the early church, “travailed in birth” (GAL 4:19) awaiting the rebirth of the believers in God through the Christ Spirit. And John said, in the book of The Revelation, that the birth of the Christian Church was as if the Hebrew faith were pregnant, and “travailing in birth,” or that is to be in labor (REV 12:2). The early church was the rebirth of mankind’s faith in the true Holy Spirit of God.
It has now been two allegorical days since that birth (2PE 3:8) and while much growth has occurred within the past 2000 years for most of us our eyes are not yet open. Many of us are frustrated and dismayed that the world is still in what seems to be even worse turmoil than historians have recorded to have occurred in the past. So we weep and shout and proclaim ourselves the ones to bring about the promised Kingdom of God on Earth, even with violence if necessary. Yet, even this decision shows that we do not understand Christ’s words when he said, “My kingdom is not of this world.” (JON 18:36)
We are still infants, when it comes to true faith in God. Even as this year we call 2017 is but three days old today, the universal, invisible church called “Christian” is just now entering its third day of existence in the Spiritual realm. It is now time for believers to open our eyes to see the possibilities of the spiritual world which cannot be seen, but sensed only in our hearts and minds – only in our spirits. By doing so, and only by doing so, shall we see the fulfillment of the line in the Lord’s Prayer: “ Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.” (MAT 6:9-11)
May God bless you all this coming year.
Have you ever been reading the Christian/Hebraic scriptures and have a bewilderment set in concerning what was really being said? Have you asked the questions many others have asked of why there is so many parables which seem to be simply stories which, while they give excellent moralistic guidance, seem to tell little about how to bring the Kingdom of God to Earth or even what that kingdom is. Much of the scriptures, as they are presented in today’s accepted holy writ, seem to be nothing more than poetic script, figurative language and all. So how do we really expect to understand it, hasn’t that allegorical language been lost or hidden centuries ago?
Well, yes it was. While not specifically intentionally, the poetic language of parables used by the prophets to proclaim their dreams and visions, was something which was not known by everyone, even in the “Old Testament times.” But when Jesus explained to his disciples why he taught his followers using parables he said, “Because the knowledge of the secrets of the kingdom of heaven has been given to you, but not to them.” (MAT 13:11-NIV) Obviously, there was a reason Jesus was giving the disciples more information than he was the rest of the crowd following him.
>>> When Nicodemus asked Jesus about the parables he was using to teach the people, Jesus explained with some astonishment, “You are Israel’s teacher and do you not understand these things? Very truly I tell you, we speak of what we know, and we testify to what we have seen, but still you people do not accept our testimony. I have spoken to you of earthly things and you do not believe; how then will you believe if I speak of heavenly things?” (John 3:10-12-NIV)
Ah, but there’s the miracle of the allegorical language we find in the Holy Bible. While the stories in the parables and prophecies seem to tell one earthly view of life which we are all somewhat familiar with here on the Earthly, physical plain while there is a more obscure and seemingly hidden story or meaning behind the words which explain things more spiritual and “heavenly” if you will.
Jesus explained these things to the disciples in some detail and told them that “There is nothing covered that shall not be revealed, neither hid that shall not be made known.” (Luke 12:2-KJV). And since Jesus did much of his private, “advanced” teaching to the disciples after the crowds had either gone home or settled down in their beds at night, Jesus told his faithful friends that, “What I tell you in darkness, that speak ye in light: and what ye hear in the ear, that preach ye upon the housetops.” (MAT 10:27)
Why would Jesus have told his disciples to do such a thing? If such a coded language had acted to protect the Jews through the past while the Hebrews had suffered through the struggles they had as slaves, warriors and wanderers, why would Jesus have told his disciples to suddenly make this picturesque language known by all? Could it be that it had become something which only corrupted religious leaders then knew which gave them too much power over the people who sincerely were trying to follow the one true god?
Is it any different today? While most of the allegorical definitions are clearly recorded in the canonized Bible, as has been proclaimed by several denominational leaders, few have ever truly recognized the importance of this knowledge, and none have built a word for word listing of the allegorical word definitions as they can be found in the biblical scriptures. None until now.
A little over twenty-five years ago a book was published by an unknown student of truth who had spent the twenty-five years before that using most of his spare time, and the time of a few volunteers, searching the Holy Bible for the meanings of the prophetic words. He used the same technique of finding and understanding the figurative language as Jesus explained to his disciples when he explained the Parable of the Sower. A simple, but oft overlooked concept which reveals the truth of who God is and what spirituality is really all about. Nothing mysterious or really hidden here, one just has to understand that the words are defined by the scribes and prophets within the pages of the Bible itself and take the time to find them.
Don’t have the time to do that yourself? Then you can get an online copy of Robert O. Robbins’ book through the Amazon.com Kindle bookstore which gives a more complete explanation of how the spiritual language of the scriptures interprets itself and gives a dictionary of over 200 terms. This is enough to interpret the whole book of The Revelation of Jesus Christ to St. John the Devine, plus some parables.
If you have ever wanted to understand the scriptures of the Christian/Hebraic faiths better, or are simply interested in how the phenomena of prophecy seems to have some real accuracy, please take this opportunity to read get your own copy of this book: