Sunday, June 25, 2006

God's People Has Been Called To Liberty

According to Galatians 5:13 we Christians "have been called unto liberty".

When the apostle Peter wrote his epistles from Jerusalem, which he called Babylon, see 1 Peter 5:13, Peter tells his people that indeed they are free but that they must not use their freedom as a "cloak of maliciousness", see 1 Peter 2:16.

Therefore the Christian Nation and we Christians are exhorted in the New Testament to "give none offence, neither to the Jews, nor to the Greeks, nor to the church of God", see 1 Corinthians 10:32.

The Holy Christian Nation will hold sway over the whole earth - the new earth, which is Mars, see Revelation 21:1, and new Jerusalem, see Revelation 21:2 - for all ages.

Since God Jesus Himself govern, see Matthew 28:18, and since the Latins will be unshaken and reigning forever, see Romans 16:20, we should remember and show respect to the Jews, and to the Greeks, and to the Church, since these are the foundations for the New Testament eternal gospel, see Revelation 14:6, for the redemption of everyone through Jesus, see Revelation 5:9 - 10, and Matthew 28:19 - 20.

Jesus and the New Testament was in God's mind even before the creation of the world, see John 1:1.

Romans 10:12 states clearly that there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek, and of course it is so. The New Testament is for all, but first for His beloved, see Romans 1:16, 2:10, and 1 Corinthians 1:24.

The coming and reigning of Jesus was prophesied by two different but similar sources: 1. The Greek Oracles, and 2. The Jewish Old Testament, which in part is Egyptian.

Thus the New Testament stands on these two witnesses: the Greek Oracles and the Old Testament.

To preach Jesus without understanding what Greece is about or what the Greek Oracles stand for is like a professional football player starting in a football game with only one leg.

Too few people realize that the Greek Oracles and the Old Testament gets its explanation and replacement by the New Testament, see 2 Corinthians 3:11 and Hebrews 8:13.

The Greek Oracles are silenced forever. The Old Testament prophets are likewise silenced forever.

Instead we are directly guided into all truth, and mysteries, and things to come, by the Spirit of Christ Himself, see John 16:13. We know the truth, and the truth has made us free, see John 8:32, thanks to Jesus the beginner and finisher of our faith, see Hebrews 12:2. Of His kingdom there is no end, see Luke 1:33.

Now the kingdom of Jesus is come, and His will be done on earth, as it is in heaven, see Matthew 6:10, and Mark 1:15, and He has cleansed us from all sin, see 1 John 1:7.

And we Christians shall reign forever and ever, see Revelation 22:5.

"Deus angelis peccantibus non pepercit, sed rudentibus inferni detractos in tartarum tradidit in iudicium reservatos", 2 Peter 2:4.

Sunday, June 18, 2006

Seven Hilled Jerusalem And Babylon The Great

Every person and city have hidden spiritual names according to the New Testament.

In Revelation 11:8 we learn that the spiritual names of Jerusalem - where our God and Saviour Jesus was crucified - are Sodom and Egypt.

In Revelation chapter 17 we read about a seven hilled "great city" called "Babylon the great". Now Jerusalem is not the only city, which is seven hilled, but the same is also true for Constantinople and Rome. This is the reason why Babylon the great is called a mystery.

We should give no offence to the Jews, the Greeks, or to the church of God, see 1 Corinthians 10:32. By this we at least know who are the "good guys" according to the New Testament.

When it comes to the city which is called "Babylon the great" it will be destroyed by the beast, see Revelation 17:16.

In Revelation 11:8 Jerusalem is called "the great city".

Since the New Testament talks about “the great city” Babylon, where the Lord was crucified, any city that did not crucify Jesus cannot be Babylon.

In the New Testament Jerusalem is the diabolic city, which also was part of the Roman Empire - and will be part of the European Union - where the Antichrist will proclaim himself to be God, see 2 Thessalonians 2:4. Another reference to "where Satan's seat is" is found in Revelation 2:13.

Now Jerusalem is the city which kills the prophets, see Luke 13:34, Revelation 11:7, and Revelation 18:24.

Jerusalem is also the city which even to this day kills God, see Luke 13:35 and Revelation 11:8.

Therefore our planet is ultimately in the hands of Satan and thus doomed to destruction, see 2 Peter 3:10 - 12. But New Jerusalem will be built in splendor on Mars, see 2 Peter 3:13, Revelation 12:9, and Revelation 21:1 - 3.

"Nunc iudicium est huius mundi, nunc princeps huius mundi eicietur foras", John 12:31.

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Le Doudou And God's Purpose In Creation

Le Doudou 2006 - http://www.mons.be/default.aspx?GUID={71EE3862-83D4-11DA-972D-0002A58CB319}&LNG=FRA - traditionally celebrated in Mons, Belgium, and this year in the presence of King Albert and Queen Paola, is an organizational triumph.

Le Doudou is about the battle between good and evil. One question we can ask ourselves is which purpose God has with His creation.

Now everything belongs to Jesus since He is the perfect image of God, see Hebrews 1:3. This is the reason why all is subjected to Jesus, see Ephesians 1:10, and Philippians 3:21. Through Jesus the whole creation is freed from the slavery of corruption, see Romans 8:19 - 21.

Satan, "the god of this world", see 2 Corinthians 4:4, has no power except that which God grants to him. But now God sends His angel to bind Satan and lock him up in the abyss, see Revelation 20:1 - 3.

To know Jesus Christ, "by whom are all things", see 1 Corinthians 8:6, is to know that God's purpose cannot fail.

The final fulfilment of prophecy in Jesus has an universal fulfilment in all the earth, and it also includes a particular fulfilment of God's purpose for the peoples and lands of Israel, Greece and Rome; compare with the oracles of Isaiah 19:25, Romans 16:20, and Revelation 11:8.

"Verbum enim crucis pereuntibus quidem stultitia est; his autem, qui salvi fiunt, id est nobis, virtus Dei est", 1 Corinthians 1:18.

Monday, June 05, 2006

Is The Church The Kingdom Of Israel?

Of course the Church is also the Kingdom of Israel.

In Galatians 3:29 it is written: "if ye be Christ's, then are ye Abraham's seed, and heirs according to the promise". Furthermore in 1 Peter 2:9 we Christians are called "a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people".

But what about the Jewish people then, and what about the Kingdom of Israel?

According to Romans 11:1 - 2, God has not cast away His elected people, the Israelites. This is actually even repeated. There still exist Jewish persons in Israel, who do not accept that Jesus is the only Saviour and God. This is a blindness and hardness, which in part is happened to Israel, until the fulness of the Gentiles be come in, see Romans 11:25. When this happens at the return of Jesus "all Israel shall be saved", see Romans 11:26.

The Church and the Kingdom of Israel is thus spiritually one and the same thing, and will ultimately save humanity, through the grace of Jesus, see Matthew 24:22. Furthermore there is no difference between the Kingdom of Israel and the Kingdom of Greece, but they are one, just like husband and wife, see Romans 10:12. This is also why the Church, as we know it, will disappear after the next - and last - Pope at the very second coming of Christ, since the Church and the Kingdom of Israel together represents and is "all Israel" in Israel, see Revelation 12:17.

The Latin, the Greek, and the Jewish, are now thanks to Jesus three faces of the same thing, and belong like all nations, see Matthew 25:32, to our great God Jesus, and are equally represented by the Kingdom of Israel, and by the Kingdom of Greece, and by the Church, see Acts 1:6. This is why the "righteousness of God without the law is manifested", see Romans 3:21, and why the New Testament replaces the Old Testament, see 2 Corinthians 3:11, and Hebrews 8:13.

"Ipsos vos in dilectione Dei servate, exspectantes misericordiam Domini nostri Iesu Christi in vitam aeternam", Jude 1:21.