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"Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." –The Apostle Paul


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Why is The Revelation in Code?

(The article below is an answer I composed to a question poised on the Christian Chat forum and presented here for the visitors to my sight to read also.)

 

[QUOTE=samuel23;2970438]Just some off hand things about Revelation. If you start from chapter 4 and try to read the rest of Revelation as you would any other written description of events you will be confused. There are to be 144,000 Jews, 12,000 from each of the tribes of Israel when the tribes of Israel ceased long ago. At the final battle vultures will eat the bodies of horses when horses are not used in battle today. Don’t get the wrong idea, I believe that Revelation is inspired of God, however do we assume the 144 thousand Jews just meant consecrated Jews and the horses meant machines? Also, why is Rev written in such an unorthodox manner that it cannot be understood in the traditional way? Anyone have any good answers?[/QUOTE]

Hi Samuel23,
Thank you for your question. What a wonderful way for me to start my social campaign for the research life work I started working on over 50 years ago. The questions you have asked here are questions which have been asked repeatedly for the past 2000 years and answered by scores of scholars, theologians and laymen alike; those claiming to have the gift of prophecy given by YHWH, God, himself, or through a multitude of years in theological schools and other intensive study. Most of the answers you have received in this forum thus far have been well thought out and mostly provable points generally taught by the “dispensationalists.” I especially appreciate the points made by tanakh who referred you to find direction toward understanding The Book of The Revelation in the Bible’s Old Testament prophetic writings, and the opening statement made by Stunnedbygrace who stated that: “I think Revelation is written in a form that is so confusing to the human mind that no man will figure out any part of it without the Holy Spirits help.”

I asked for that help when I was but still a teenager and had an experience which ended up in an intensive Biblical study which lasted about 25 years with a self-published rough draft of a book explaining the process I went through and the basic understanding of the prophecy as given in The Revelation. This book answers the type of questions you have asked here in this forum and many others, but it does not follow conventional dispensational thought, nor specifically any other theory/theology being promoted by the current day theologians. Room and courtesy does not allow a detailed accounting for how the prophecies are best interpreted here in this forum, however you can read my book free if you have a Kindle Unlimited membership. The book is for sale on Kindle also at a low price which I mention only to let you know at risk of being censored by this Web-sites managers for breaking the forum’s marketing rules. This is mention of my book is for your information only and not intended to specifically promote the sale of my book. You can find it by entering “Robbins REVEALED” into the Amazon.com search engine. However if this answer to the question is censored or not allowed to post due to the marketing rule, I understand as I am in full agreement with that rule.

Now, let’s look at a few of your questions. I am going to approach your last question first. . . “why is Rev written in such an unorthodox manner that it cannot be understood in the traditional way?” The answer to this has been partially answered by previous commenters. Jesus stated clearly that there were some things that were given for his disciples and other believers to know, but not the unbelievers. Thus, Jesus explained that he taught in parables. When the disciples stated however that they did not understand the parables Jesus showed some surprise that they did not know how to interpret the parables. Jesus was Rabbani, meaning “master teacher.” Once I realized this I decided to search diligently into the way Jesus said to understand parables and prophecies and not so much what denominational teachers said. The search started with the teaching Jesus gave the disciples about the “Parable of the Sower” which essentially, if viewed logically and systematically, is a vocabulary lesson of how each word is defined by another until the whole of the parable is taken from figurative to literal wording – much more understandable.

This one lesson then lead to attempting to find other parables to understand in this way, and indeed the lessons of the parables began opening a spiritual path and universe that many are only able to talk about and hope for. Then came the realization that prophecies are nothing more than the recording of dreams and visions which are but spiritual parables and can be interpreted in the same way. So I set forth to attempt to prove this by setting a goal to remove the book of The Revelation from its alliterative state. Easier said than done. It took several years with the help of many students and the guidance of the Holy Spirit to find enough words to make the story found in the recordings by the Apostle John more usable, and several more years to put it in a presentable form.

Now understand, this has not been done to show off my knowledge nor to make claim of having a gift of prophecy. What I have done could be done by anyone with the fortitude to stick to a specific, while difficult, goal and the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Nearly all of the words of The Revelation, and all other prophecies and parables, are defined in the Holy Bible as we know it. All we need do is set our hearts toward finding them and “rightly dividing the word of God” to make them useful

For instance, the idea of horses in modern combat. First we see surprising pictures from the middle east battles where some of the militants do indeed ride horses in battle even in today’s modern mechanized warfare. This is because in some areas the sandy dessert conditions can cause extreme mechanical problems making most machinery unusable. But that’s really not the issue here. When you look up the word “horse” in the scriptures to find its alliterative meaning you eventually find that a horse, in ancient battle, was essential to the armies of that time as recorded by Ezekiel (28:4), and that the word horsemen referred to soldiers (NEH 2:9). Therefore the literal word for the spiritual word of “horse” would be “army.” When one substitutes the word into the prophecy, along with the many other words found in the vision, the meaning becomes much more understandable and timely.

Please understand, this systematic study of the prophecies is not one to be taken lightly and cannot be done effectively without dedicating one’s self to the study of the Holy Word of God. The confusion over the meanings of the alliterative language has come simply because a great many of well-meaning theologians have interpreted many of the words from figurative to literal, but when they could find no more they declared the rest of the words undefinable and tried to mix the literal with the figurative; causing confusion.

After the alliterations are interpreted, the next step must be to understand how such visions can be shown to fit into Earth’s history. One person stated correctly that the book of The Revelation was as a completion of Daniel’s prophecies. As such, since Daniel always correlated the dreams and vision he spoke of as being fulfilled by history, the same would be true of the book of The Revelation. Most people understand this but the question is how does one know which historical event is to be correlated with which prophetic event? This is where the guidance of the Holy Spirit is of utmost importance, but the facts must be clear, points cannot be skipped nor ignored, and historical accuracy and witnesses must be demanded.
Why were the prophecies put in this hidden language? To protect it. To protect us as believers. But now its prophecies are all but completed, provable by time; and once proven they cannot be denied.

To learn more please visit my blog at espirational.org. This article has been reprinted there along with the question presented here.

Blessings on your studies of God’s Word.


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L- 04.08.01 – IT’s SPRING! — GARDEN TIME!

We’ve had a very mild winter here in northeast Oklahoma during the past few months. It’s been hard to wait for spring to actually get here so we can get out in our small yard and deck to piddle around in nature and get our hands, etc., dirty. But we’ve still been having some cold nights and we have not yet planted anything to give our home lives more color and taste – more life. That’s what spring and gardening is all about really, isn’t it? Regardless what scale you do it, as a huge multi-acre farmer, a patio flower potter or anywhere in between the idea of raising plants is much like the concept of raising one’s level of life to its next level. Gardening helps the gardener who has any sense of spirit to more fully allow that spirit to work. Here’s how:

The first thing a gardener must do is to decide where to place the garden. For most this is a simple task, simply deciding if they are going to place it in a more obvious place, like for a flower garden, for all to see or someplace more hidden where the vegetables can grow more freely. Others are more limited than this. The soil their working with may be rocky or root bound. It may not have the nutritional value needed by plants for them to thrive. In these cases the place to put a garden may be more limited and more work must be done.

Once the location for the garden is chosen, then we must plot out the area. This area must have access to sunlight at least part of the day. Water is essential and must be adequate enough to not cause the plants to dehydrate. Now if we are going to use and prepare the soil it must be prepared. This means removing the old grass and other plants and turning and loosening the soil to give the new plants the advantage to have loose and fresh soil to grow in. If the soil is seen to be missing some mineral or perhaps lacks a good source of water then we must find a way to provide this or the plants will be doomed from the beginning. Also some additional minerals may be necessary, as well as a acid/alkaline balance may be necessary to supplement in the ground for most plants to grow their best.

Once the dirt for your plants is properly prepared it is usually best to place border markers of some sort around the garden spot to prevent intruders, especially if you live in an area where rabbits and other critters run free. This boundary can be in the form of a low cost fence or a low wall, but it should be placed underground around the perimeter of the garden area since most critters and other plant life can burrow under a ground surface obstruction. Birds are notorious for flying over fences and scratching up the seed you so diligently sowed, so it’s best to plant a few extra as a precaution. If you end up with too many plants they can be thinned out later.

So, finally the garden plot, rather in your yard or in a flower pot, is ready. Where’s the seed? What do you plant? Hopefully you’ve figured that out a few weeks ago as you sat in your warm house dreaming of spring. You take the seed out to the garden, start poking holes in the dirt along the guide strings you’ve plotted and drop the seed into the holes with gentle sweeps of your hand to cover them with dirt. After spending some time doing this the garden is lovingly filled with seed and you go to get the hose. You spray water over the garden giving a little prayer for the gift of life to enter the seed and stand back looking at you’re day’s work and the awesome feeling of being a part of the creative process.

Then wait. We wait for the first visible signs of life as the little plants heads and first leaves appear above the ground proving that the process of life has been working even before it could be seen. Then we wait a while longer and see the plants grow into sturdy stalks and vines with full grown stems and leaves. And just a while longer those plants start to bloom with glorious colors and perhaps even fruit. Then, one day anticipated by all gardeners, comes harvest which for most is a glorious time of festivities rather the harvest comes from a field of orange trees in Florida or a single tomato plant in a Japanese balcony flower pot. Have a good, fresh meal, you deserve it.

What a wonderful experience gardening is. One which is much like the garden of our souls. We come into this world with little recognition or guidance as to what to do with it. We know we want to experience life and what is good in it. But how? How do we plant our spiritual garden? Where do we put it? Do we plant flowers for all to see, or vegetables and herbs to eat? How do we know the difference? How do we decide?

We watch others tending their own lives, their own plots of ground known as their bodies, and start learning how we want to live ourselves. We then start realizing that there are, indeed, different types of foods which come from different types of flowers, making it necessary for us to choose what we will plant in our own lives to grow spiritually. Some plants give beautiful flowers, but they either produce no fruit at all, or it is inedible. Some plants produce wonderful fruit, while others produce leaves, stems or even roots which are delicious. It is up to us to decide how we want our lives to fit into this world. But how do we plant our spiritual garden?

Much the same way as we planted our earthly garden, we must first decide if your spiritual garden is to be up front in our lives, for all to see, or will it be in the back yard kept as a more private experience. Either is fine. But keep in mind that while you may prefer not to openly wear your spirituality “on your shirt sleeve,” that people can see over your backyard fence and still see your garden is always a possibility. Likewise, having your spirituality in your “front yard” where you show it openly does not mean that you are necessarily growing spiritually, one must first experience a spiritual transformation within before the true beauty of spiritual flowers can begin to grow and blossom within one’s life to help and be appreciated by others.

The ground within your own life must be prepared. Through time as a young person your experiences have caused the “dirt,” that is the spiritual soil to become hardened. It has taken on much unnecessary and unwelcomed weeds and brambles which, if you are to be spiritually minded, must be uprooted and removed. The soil must be plowed and tilled to loosen your thoughts which have become hardened to “miracles” and unseen forces and boundaries must be placed upon who you allow to work in your garden and what you allow to enter it.

Then it is time to find the seed you want to plant, and to plant it carefully. Choose your mentors with much consideration and prayer. Read their written works as you would fertilize virgin ground. Cover these seeds completely with the loving ground of your soul’s faith and await the miracle of life. And if your faith is but as “a mustard seed,” as the Master Teacher said, your garden will begin to sprout and grow and flower and produce good fruits of righteousness so much desired by all those who seek spiritual things.

And what are the fruits of a spiritual life? The Apostle Paul told the Galatians what a spiritual person would be able to harvest in their lives:

“. . . the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.”  (GAL 5:22-23—NIV)

 

I hope everyone in the northern hemisphere has a wonderful spring with your planting time. Please, make it a promise to yourself to try a new spiritual plant this spring and summer. For those of you who live south of the equator, have a wonderful fall and I hope your harvest is bountiful. May your love be made perfect, your joy complete, your peace beyond measure, your forbearance toward all, your kindness shown purely, your goodness undeniable, your faithfulness absolute, your gentleness show strength and your self-control impeccable.

 

Shalom

 


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A Newborn Year — A Newborn Life

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.


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“Saved? Saved From What?”

Every popular religion on planet Earth has developed its own “language,” a form of “shop talk” by which its members communicate their faith. As referred to in an earlier post, the term “guru” means a person who disburses darkness according to Advayataraka Upanishad (thanks for this tidbit Mike). This Sanskrit term in popular language means “teacher,” but to a Hindu it more specifically represents a “counselor”, who helps mold values, shares experiential knowledge as much as literal knowledge, an exemplar in life, an inspirational source and who helps in the spiritual evolution of a student.” (Wikipedia, Pertz). Buddhism’s Buddha means, in its simplest form, “awakened one” or “one who has achieved enlightenment” (Wikipedia). In the Hebraic/Jewish world we find the promise of the Messiah which “is a title for a savior and liberator” (Wikipedia). And the Christian’s Christ, which the the Apostle John and the early church founders said was synonymous with the Hebrew Messiah (John 1:21 & 4:25), is defined by them as “The Anointed One” (Wikipedia). These prime examples are but just samples of the world religions’ “shop talk” which, combined with Islam, Confucius and numerous less well known religions, show that the Babel effect of language still survives within faiths. And thus the confusion, bitterness and conflict between these people of faith continue. This is the main reason for my book where I’ve put The Prophetic Dictionary.

The fact that a religious faith does have its own language or vocabulary of words specific to its own message of hope and vision becomes especially important to an evangelical type of faith like Christianity. The believers of such a faith speak to one another in terms which they know and understand quite easily, for if they have not grown up hearing these terms on a daily basis then they have heard them from the pulpits and in daily conversations through their daily lives since a time before they committed themselves to following their faith’s lifestyle.

But to the outsider, the coded words used within any faith sound much as just unfamiliar gibberish which seem to carry only hidden or perhaps no meaning. Thus the question as seen in the title of this article becomes quite relevant for many who are outside the Christian faith: “Saved? Saved from what?”

What is meant when believers in Jesus, the Christ, says one must be “saved”? This proclamation has been made by the Christian believer ever since the time when Jesus was witnessed to have been resurrected from his grave by apostles, prophets, evangelists, Christian teachers and preachers and others. Obviously the followers of Jesus seem to know what they mean, but how is such a proclamation relevant in today’s world to believers and followers of this faith who live in what seems to be relatively safe areas of the world? To understand the answer to this question we must know more about the faith message than the history books have recorded.

In the Old Testament, the Hebraic historical records show that when they spoke of salvation it was from Earthly, physical enemies; providing for the Hebrews freedom from bondage to those who would imprison or enslave them. But the New Testament seems to make the message of salvation more etheric, less on the physical realm. Let’s look at what Paul of the New Testament said one is saved from::

“Since we have now been justified by his blood, how much more shall we be saved from God’s wrath through him!” (ROM 5:9-NIV)

Oh, so Christians are saying that faith in Jesus, the Christ, gives the assurance of escaping God’s wrath. But wait a moment. How can it be that such salvation from God’s wrath is necessary. Have I not shown before that the Christian/Hebraic God is pure love — agape? Yes, that is true. But the very fact that the Supreme Creator is of pure logical love places upon that being the added limitations of not being able to condone nor even be in the presence of impurity (viz.: “sin”). And how does a pure god of perfect love express extreme anger or wrath? Perhaps through a worldwide flood as Moses recorded Noah experienced (GEN Ch 6 &7-NIV) when he had placed limitations upon the life span of mankind declaring, “My Spirit will not contend with[a] humans forever, for they are mortal[b]; their days will be a hundred and twenty years.” The record in Genesis is quite clear about why the flood occurred with the record showing the Creator saying this as the reason for having the flood, “…for I regret that I have made them.” But Jesus stated it more precisely when he stated that the fallen angels and unbelievers would be cast into “outer darkness,” (KJV) where they would no longer be in the presence of God and eventually experience utter destruction. When the centurion went to Jesus asking that he heal his servant, Jesus said this:

“I say to you that many will come from the east and the west, and will take their places at the feast with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in the kingdom of heaven. 12 But the subjects of the kingdom will be thrown outside, into the darkness, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth.” (MAT 8: 11-12 – NIV)

Well, while not the common description of the commonly preached Christian Hell, this is not a desirable picture to say the least, and one which most people would want to be “saved” from to say the least. To be cast from the presence of God, the source of all life, by the command of God himself?

So what determines who will be saved? The great judgment which determines who will be saved and who will not is allegorically pictured as being at the end of time when everyone is gathered at the “Great White Throne” to be judged. (REV 20:11) While this has a place in the prophetic historical account, the judgments actually occurs much before that and the one being judged is not the individual (ourselves) but instead it is Jesus. Thus, however we judge Jesus, the Christ, is how we will be judged. (MAT 7:1-2) If we accept him as our Savior against the wrath and total separation from God then we will be saved, but if we judge him as a myth or evil or even unbelievable then so shall we receive such judgement and sent to outer darkness awaiting our destruction. (MAT 10:32) Therefore the judgement is not so much our being judged by God, but Christ being judged by us. The question? Do we accept Christ’s act of salvation, or not?

So, “Saved from what?”

Christians believe we are saved from:

  • Darkness of an unbelieving world.
  • Confusion caused by innumerable teachers, faiths and theories.
  • Loneliness due to a soul which is disconnected from its Creator.
  • Absolute FEAR of everlasting separation from life (a death sentence) forever.

These are all spiritual types of conditions which must be understood spiritually, but here perhaps a parable is in order:

A person is abducted during a robbery and placed in a locked room with a few other people who had been abducted during other robberies. These people talked with one another and could see no way out of their situation. One of the thieves came in and made high promises of a form of freedom to anyone who would join the robbers on their ventures, then left to give them time to think about the offer. Later another man came into the room and said, “If you will trust me I can get you out of here and give you true freedom.”

However, while he was there, one of the thieves came in and heard what he was saying and dragged the man out of the room and killed him. But upon being dragged out, this one had dropped a key. A few days later some of the people said they heard a voice which sounded like this one offering freedom saying, “I am still with you. Use the key.” But it seemed that only one person was willing to believe he could  hear the voice, the rest were too afraid to listen for someone they thought dead.

So the one man reached under the bed where the key had been pushed and picked up the key, and in the middle of the night he walked out of that prison, free. But the others stayed in the unlocked room awaiting the next day. The following morning they heard a loud speaker announce the presence of the police outside of the building. A shoot-out began between the police and the gang of robbers where the robbers were killed, and since the prisoners were found in an unlocked room they were counted with the robbers and placed in jail to await trial.

At the trial the robbers’ prisoners found they had no proof that they were, indeed, not involved in the robberies and the fact that their fear kept them from leaving through the unlocked door where the police had found them. They were judged as guilty with the robbers gang because they did not accept the way of escape offered and were cast into the outer darkness with the robbers, which ends in their eventual death.

So what are we saved from? Eternal separation from our God. That is enough.


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REVEALED – The Prophetic Language and The Prophets’ Dictionary

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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:

The Prophetic Language REVEALED

and The Prophets’ Dictionary.