From a slave to a Son

From a slave to a Son

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Introduction
The purpose of this book is to reveal some of the hidden secrets within the Bible. The Bible states that the Father hides these secrets for His Kings to find. I do not yet consider myself a writer, it was prophesied that I should write this book, so I can only move forward by the leading of the Spirit.
You will find that the Bible says that Jesus only taught in parables. This means He was speaking figuratively. Have you ever read Shakespeare? One needs quite a bit of understanding to grasp what he is actually saying. Yet people often say that they read the word just as it is and they take it just as it is.
Now the bible also says that the letter kills. What does this mean? It means when you read the bible literally, it kills. Jesus taught figuratively, so to understand what He was saying, you need to learn how to read the bible figuratively, much like Shakespeare. There is a verse that says flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom, and this is just the same principle as saying the letter kills.
The kingdom refers to the power or authority or government of heaven or the spiritual realm. So what does it mean to say flesh and blood cannot inherit the spiritual realm? Flesh and blood speak of the natural, the literal.
The literal cannot comprehend the spiritual. Why? The bible says the flesh is in opposition to the spirit. The Bible also says, in more than one place, that when the fullness comes, the shadow falls away. This again is saying the very same thing. The fullness is the mind of Christ.
The shadows are all the natural or literal scriptures pointing towards Christ. People often ask me, did these things in the bible really then happen? Yes, it did. The Bible says all these things needed to happen in the natural or literal to be an explanation of the spiritual. In this book I will translate many of the pictures that the Father has revealed unto me. I hope you enjoy it.
Chapter 3 John the Baptizer
Mat 3:1 IN THOSE days there appeared John the Baptist, preaching in the Wilderness (Desert) of Judea
Mat 3:2 And saying, Repent ([1] think differently; change your mind, regretting your sins and changing your conduct), for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.
Mat 3:3 This is he who was mentioned by the prophet Isaiah when he said, The voice of one crying in the wilderness (shouting in the desert), Prepare the road for the Lord, make His highways straight (level, [2] direct).(1)
When reading the Bible, we need to understand the pictures in the bible. Jesus taught only in parables. These parables or pictures are called types and shadows or allegories. The Bible explains that everything in the natural is but a shadow of the fullness, or the spiritual. To understand the spiritual, we need to understand what the natural is pointing to. It also says that the letter kills, which means the literal understanding of scripture, the natural understanding kills. Flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom. This is the same principle. The kingdom refers to the government or power or authority of heaven, or the spiritual realm. Our natural understanding cannot inherit the spiritual understanding.
Let us look at the verse above and some of the pictures and what we have been taught. It starts with John, which you will later see is a picture of Grace, but also a picture of the last Old Testament prophet. He appears in the Wilderness. Now the wilderness is a picture of the inner court of the temple. The inner court of temple is female. It is a picture of the church which is a picture of the soul. Every female in the bible will be connected to this picture, depending on how the story relates in that specific passage. The inner court or the wilderness also represents the womb, which is the birthing place, which you can connect to the conscious mind, the place where thoughts are birthed, the belly.
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I place all this in here for later reference to better understand other scriptures concerning Adam and Eve and the serpent. Everything in the bible is connected and revealing the same story.
The inner court of the temple is also the place of mixture, a combination of law and grace, or flesh and spirit and when studying the Bible, you will later see that Paul represents the church or soul dimension.
Outer Court = Egypt - The Law – The Flesh – The serpent – Moses – The carnal mind – The Subconscious mind – The Tree of the knowledge of Good and Evil
Inner Court = The Wilderness – a mixture of law and grace – a mixture of flesh and spirit – The soul – Paul – The double minded man – The conscious mind
The Most Holy Place = The Promised Land – The Spirit – The Kingdom – The mind of Christ – The thoughts of God – Christ – The superconscious mind – The Tree of Life
The focus of John here is concerning the Kingdom and preparing a way. Now let us see what the way is he was going to prepare…
Mal 3:1 BEHOLD, I send My [1] messenger, and he shall prepare the way before Me. And the Lord [the Messiah], Whom you seek, will suddenly come to His temple; the [2] Messenger or Angel of the covenant, Whom you desire, behold, He shall come, says the Lord of hosts.(1)
This might seem a bit confusing, but stick with me, it will all come together. Here it is being prophesied that the Father will send His messenger to prepare a way for Jesus to suddenly come to his temple. Note the word suddenly. What is he coming to do, what is this way he is coming to prepare, let us look further? It is also interesting to note that here Jesus is also called the messenger or the angel. Now an angel is a messenger. You will see that an angel is the spiritual picture of a man in due time.
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Mal 3:2 But who can endure the day of His coming? And who can stand when He appears? For He is like a refiner's fire and like fullers' soap;(2)
Mal 3:3 He will sit as a refiner and purifier of silver, and He will purify the priests, the sons of Levi, and refine them like gold and silver, that they may offer to the Lord offerings in righteousness.
Mal 3:4 Then will the offering of Judah and Jerusalem be pleasing to the Lord as in the days of old and as in ancient years.
Mal 3:5 Then I will draw near to you for judgment; I will be a swift witness against the sorcerers, against the adulterers, against the false swearers, and against those who oppress the hireling in his wages, the widow and the fatherless, and who turn aside the temporary resident from his right and fear not Me, says the Lord of hosts.
Mal 3:18 Then shall you return and discern between the righteous and the wicked, between him who serves God and him who does not serve Him.
Mal 4:1 FOR BEHOLD, the day comes that shall burn like an oven, and all the proud and arrogant, yes, and all that do wickedly and are lawless, shall be stubble; the day that comes shall burn them up, says the Lord of hosts, so that it will leave them neither root nor branch.(1)
Mal 4:5 Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the great and terrible day of the Lord comes.(2)
Mal 4:6 And he shall turn and reconcile the hearts of the [estranged] fathers to the [ungodly] children, and the hearts of the [rebellious] children to [the piety of] their fathers [a reconciliation produced by repentance of the ungodly], lest I come and smite the land with a curse and a ban of utter destruction.(3)
If you carefully follow this it is explaining that the Father is sending Elijah to come and prepare the way for the coming of Jesus for the great and terrible day of the Lord, the judgement day. Before we go further, let me just put some more scripture with this and I will explain the story in context.
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The Day of the Lord
Joe 2:1 BLOW THE trumpet in Zion; sound an alarm on My holy Mount [Zion]. Let all the inhabitants of the land tremble, for the day of [the judgment of] the Lord is coming; it is close at hand--(1)
Joe 2:2 A day of darkness and gloom, a day of clouds and of thick mists and darkness, like the morning dawn spread upon the mountains; so there comes a [heathen, hostile] people numerous and mighty, the like of which has never been before and shall not be again even to the years of many generations.
Joe 2:10 The earth quakes before them; the heavens tremble. The sun and the moon are darkened and the stars withdraw their shining.(3)
Joe 2:11 And the Lord utters His voice before His army, for His host is very great, and [they are] strong and powerful who execute [God's] word. For the day of the Lord is great and very terrible, and who can endure it?(4)
Joe 2:3 A fire devours before them, and behind them a flame burns; the land is as the garden of Eden before them, and behind them a desolate wilderness; yes, and none has escaped [the ravages of the devouring hordes].
The Lord Will Pour Out His Spirit
Joe 2:28 And afterward I will pour out My Spirit upon all flesh; and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, your young men shall see visions.
Mat 11:10 This is the one of whom it is written, Behold, I send My messenger ahead of You, who shall make ready Your way before You.(3)
Mat 11:13 For all the Prophets and the Law prophesied up until John.
Mat 11:14 And if you are willing to receive and accept it, John himself is Elijah who was to come [before the kingdom].(4)
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Now if you go read Malachi and Joel and Matthew, you will see the story come together as follows. The Father sent His messenger, Elijah, to come and prepare the way of the Jesus for His coming to His temple for the great and terrible day of the Lord, the Judgement Day. Then you see Jesus says that John in fact is Elijah. Above you will see that first comes the judgement day and then the pouring out of the Spirit. Probably very different to what you have been taught. Something to think about.
Now I need to explain the big picture here. Firstly, the bible says all the law and the prophets prophesied up until John, which means not past the age or era of John, for example not 2000 years into the future. It is important to understand why Jesus said it is finished.
Everything concerning the bible is centered around the cross and the statement that it is finished. There are a couple of things happening at the cross and few people seem to see or understand it. What did Jesus finish?
That is probably the most important question in the bible. Have you ever been taught why there are two Testaments? People seem to have their opinion, but they do not seem to base it on scripture. From the book of Genesis there were two options. Two trees of significance.
I will explain it later, but a tree is a mindset in terms of pictures or allegories. There was the tree of life, which represents the mind of Christ and there was the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, which represents the law or the mindset of man.
The two testaments represent two agreements, or in fact two mindsets. We have the Old Testament, which is the old agreement, which is the 10 commandments. Now there is a lot of people teaching something different, but only the 10 commandments where engraved on tablets of stone, please read 2 Cor 3.
The New Testament is the testament of Grace, the law of perfect liberty, not the 10 commandments. The 10 commandments are called the ministry of death and condemnation and the power of sin.