TEMPLE OF WISDOM CORRELATIONS WITH MOEDIM PARADIGM

Placement of Divine Times Within the Paradigm
(Updated 2/9/17)
BY LEVI
Moedim Paradigm, Top Week Is Adam-Great Sabbath, Image Mine
Moedim Paradigm, Top Week Is Adam-Great Sabbath, IM

In previous articles that I, the scribe, have written on the Book of Revelation, I make a claim that the book’s 22 chapters fit the ancient meanings of the 22 letters of the Hebrew/Phoenician alphabet, and that the millennial week of history from Adam can indeed be discerned from the book’s famous seven assemblies (or churches). We only need to beware of what lies hidden with the Key of Knowledge– that 1,000 years are but a day to the LORD.

I asserted that the millennial week from Adam is specifically summarized under the letters Beth (or Bet), meaning house, and Gimel, meaning burden-carriers (as a beneficial yoke and loaded camel), with the last/top week of the millennial time template revealed in the first chapters of Revelation. According to my theory and all correlating articles, the literal millennial week from Adam through the Great Sabbath of the Messiah King should fall under Samek-Shin, with Tav remaining for the Great White Throne Judgment of the 8th millennial day (a.k.a. Shemini Atzereth).

Thus, in this article, I will add more support of this exegesis from the Word of God, specifically from the Hebrew alphabet written in Psalms, Chapter 119. If the Hebrew letters within the Book of Psalms indeed correlate with the postulated theme of seven millennial days, in summaries, through (1) Adam and the Fall, (2) Noah and the Flood, (3) Moses and the Exodus, (4) Jesus and the Cross, (5) Peter and the Ekklesia, (6) Elijah and the Restoration, and (7) the Great King Messiah and the Great Sabbath, then truly the Moedim Paradigm and this theory has been confirmed.

With very little imagination and interpolative suggestions on my part, this should become quite clear to readers:

Artist Perspective of Adam and Eve Hiding, PDI
Artist Perspective of Adam and Eve Hiding, PDI

(1st Day) Millennium of Adam (Samek, 15th): “I hate the double-minded [divided heart of a deceiver, serpent’s forked tongue], but I love Your law [instructions]. You are my hiding place [not by hiding in trespass] and my shield [protector of life]; I hope in Your word [what God says, not another]. Depart from me, you evildoers [do not tempt me], for I will keep the commandments of my God! Uphold me according to Your word, that I may live [not die as Adam]; and do not let me be ashamed of my hope [as when hiding, naked]. Hold me up, and I shall be safe, and I shall observe Your statutes continually. You reject all those who stray from Your statutes [as rejection from the garden]. For their deceit is falsehood [as the subtle serpent]. You put away [destroy] all the wicked of the earth like dross [refuse, with judgment on the world]; therefore I love Your testimonies. My flesh trembles for fear of You [as when God walked through the garden], and I am afraid of Your judgments.” (Ps. 119:113-120; Samek)

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GREAT TRIBULATIONS OF NOAH, PDI
GREAT TRIBULATIONS OF NOAH, PDI

(2nd Day) Millennium of Noah (Ayin, 16th): “I have done justice and righteousness [righteous Noah, Heb. 11:7; 2 Pet. 2:5]; do not leave me to my oppressors [violent men before the flood]. Be a surety [guarantee] for Your servant for good [promise of deliverance]; do not let the proud oppress me [via tribulation]. My eyes fail from seeking Your salvation [long-awaiting deliverance] and Your righteous word. Deal with Your servant according to Your mercy [Noah found grace in God’s eyes; Gen. 6:8], and teach me Your statues [Divine instructions for ark]. I am Your servant; give me understanding, that I may know Your testimonies [evidences in stories]. It is time for You to act [destroy evil], O LORD [Gen. 6:3], for they have regarded Your law as void [broken laws, not heeded instructions- treated as empty words]. Therefore [because God’s acts upon the wicked at the appointed times] I love Your commandments more than gold [material, worldly wealth]! Therefore all Your precepts concerning all things I consider to be right; I hate every false way [false religious precepts or deceptions for living].” (Ps. 119:121-128; Ayin)

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Bible Archaeology; PDI Moses and Israelites Escape Oppressors
Bible Archaeology; PDI
Moses and Israelites Escape Oppressors

(3rd Day) Millennium of Moses (Pe, 17th): “Your testimonies are wonderful; therefore my soul keeps them [Moses, faithful in Law]. The entrance [bringing in] of Your words gives light [Torah given; Law is light]; it gives understanding to the simple [meek Hebrew slaves]. I opened my mouth and panted [as they thirsted in the wilderness], for I longed for Your commandments [fasted 40 days awaiting the commandments]. Look upon me and be merciful [God looked upon Hebrew persecution and had compassion; Ex. 3:7-8], as Your custom is to those who love Your name [HaShem YHVH revealed to Israel]. Direct my steps by Your word [lead Israel through wilderness], and let no iniquity have dominion over me [defeat Egyptian dominion over Israel]. Redeem me from the oppression of man [redeem Israel from Egyptian oppression; 1 Chron. 17:21], that I may keep Your precepts [release Israel so that Israel could adhere to God’s covenant]. Make Your face shine upon Your servant [God’s glory shone on Moses’ face, making his face shine], and teach me Your statutes [in the glorious Presence on the mountain]. Rivers of water run down from my eyes, because men [people] do not keep Your law [rebelliousness of Israel in the wilderness].” (Ps. 119:129-136; Pe)

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Perspective of Messiah as the Good Shepherd, PDI
Artist Perspective of Messiah as Good Shepherd, PDI

(4th Day) Millennium of Jesus (Tsadde, 18th): “Righteous are You, O LORD, and upright are Your judgments. Your testimonies [Old Testament, New Testament], which You have commanded [commanded Testaments to go forth], are righteous and very faithful [Faithful and True]. My zeal has consumed me [zeal of Messiah brought His crucifixion; John 2:17], because my enemies have forgotten Your words [lost Key of Knowledge]. Your word in very pure [Word of God tried, refined]; therefore Your servant loves it. I am small and despised [despised and rejected by men], yet I do not forget Your precepts. Your righteousness is an everlasting righteousness [eternally holy], and Your law [instructions] is truth [the Way, the Truth, and the Life; John 17:17]. Trouble and anguish have overtaken me [found and overtook the Messiah], yet Your commandments are my delights [delighted in the Lord; Ps. 22:8; Matt;27:43]. The righteousness of Your testimonies [testaments] is everlasting [Christ’s Word will not pass away]; give me understanding, and I shall live [Spirit of understanding on Messiah, resurrection after being overcome; Isa. 53:10-12.].” (Ps. 119:137-144; Tsaddey)

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Christian Prayer/Worship At Sunrise, PDI
Early Christian Prayer & Worship At Sunrise, PDI

(5th Day) Millennium of Peter (Qoff, 19th): “I cry out with my whole heart [fully dedicated]; Hear me, O LORD! I will keep your statutes [prayer, petitions, oath not to forsake Christ]. I cry out to You; save me [Matt. 14:30, Peter sinks], and I will keep Your testimonies [the saved ones]. I rise before the dawning of the morning [early Christians known to worship at sunrise, symbolic of expecting the dawning Day of the Lord], and cry for help [severe persecution at beginning of Church Age]; I hope in Your word [hope of the promises]. My eyes are awake through the night watches [Christian watches for persecutors], that I may meditate on Your word [1 Tim. 4:15]. Hear my voice [prayers] according to Your lovingkindness [grace and mercy through Christ, John 1:17]; O LORD, revive me [resurrect] according to Your justice [justification for resurrection through Christ’s sacrifice]. They draw near who follow after wickedness [followers of evil searched them out]; they are far from Your law [Word, Torah]. You are near, O LORD, and all Your commandments are truth [Way, Truth, and Life]. Concerning Your testimonies, I have known of old [from Scriptures/prophecies of ancient times] that You have founded them forever [eternal foundation of the Word].” (Ps. 119:145-152; Qoph)

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Moses & Elijah Raised After 3 Years/Times, PDI
Moses & Elijah Raised After 3 Years/Times, PDI

(6th Day) Millennium of Elijah (Resh, 20th): “Consider my affliction and deliver me [door of escape from hour of global trial, Rev. 3:10], for I do not forget Your law [reminds elect of the Law of Moses, Mal. 4:4-6; Rev. 3:10]. Plead my cause and redeem me [Year of Redemption, 1 Kin. 18:36-37]; revive me according to Your word [awake believers to the Word and resurrection, Hos. 6:1-3; Rev. 11:11-12]. Salvation [Yeshua] is far from the wicked, for they do not seek Your statutes [the evil ones will not seek His salvation]. Great are Your tender mercies, O LORD; revive me according to Your judgments [awaken, restore believers to God’s judgments]. Many are my persecutors and my enemies [the whole world, Rev. 11:7-10], yet I do not turn from Your testimonies [will keep God’s Word, Rev. 3:10]. I see the treacherous [schemers] and am disgusted, because they do not keep Your word [perhaps a bit of zeal]. Consider how I love Your precepts; revive me [resurrection after the 3rd time, years], O LORD, according to Your lovingkindness [grace and mercy]. THE ENTIRETY OF YOUR WORD IS TRUTH [scribe instructed of the Kingdom of Heaven brings out treasures from old and new], and every one of Your righteous judgments endures forever [eternal judgments proclaimed].” (Ps. 119:153-160; Resh)

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Dominion of Messiah, PDI
Dominion of Messiah, PDI

(7th Day) Millennium of the Great King (Shin, 21): “Princes [world leaders, Ps. 2; Dan. 9:26] persecute me without a cause [Christian and Israel Tribulations], but my heart stands in awe [amazement] of Your word. I rejoice at Your word as one who finds great treasure [pearly entrance, hidden treasure of Kingdom of Heaven, Matt. 13:44-46; Luke 18:22; Col. 2:3; He. 11:26; Rev. 21:21 ]. I hate and abhor lying [false prophets, religious frauds], but I love Your law. Seven times a day I will praise You [seven years of tribulation, complete with first year of Great Sabbath], because of Your righteous judgments [Bema Seat of Sun of Righteousness]. Great peace have those who love Your law [peace of the Sabbath Kingdom], and nothing causes them to stumble. LORD, I hope in Your salvation [Yeshua], and I do Your commandments [He perfectly kept the Law]. My soul keeps Your testimonies, and I love them exceedingly. I keep Your precepts and Your testimonies [Testaments, Rev. 19:10], for all my ways are before You [directed in God’s Presence].” (Ps. 119:161-168; Shin)

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Top Week in Moedim Paradigm; image mine
Top Week in Moedim Paradigm, IM

Another Witness Of Seven Days in Parables: 

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I had sought to end this article and move-on to the mysteries of the seven years of the Apocalypse, yet the Spirit calls for another scriptural witnesses to the millennial pillars of the Temple, for many people are slow to believe things that are new to them. Thus, we look to Messiah’s seven Kingdom parables in the Book of Matthew.
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Parable of the Sower (1st Millennium):
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“The farmer sowed the seeds in the earth. Some fell by wayside and the birds ate them; some fell on stony earth, and having no root were scorched by the rising sun; some fell among thorns and were choked-off by the thorns; and some fell among fertile soil, yielding 30, 60, and 100 times as much produce.” (Matt. 13:3-8)
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This parable hides in it the first millennial day, when God first began to instruct mankind through Adam in the Garden of Eden. Adam was earth and God’s instructions were the seeds of righteousness. We are reminded that God rewarded man in the manner of his rebellion against God. God planted Adam and Eve in the garden to be as trees of righteousness, but the seed of His instructions they cast away, behaving wickedly. Thus, God cursed the earth and seed of men, and they toiled the earth in the sweat of their brows, producing very little worth keeping.
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As for the message’s relevance to the coming tribulations and the Kingdom of Heaven, the seed, again, represents the Word or instructions of God for salvation, wherein some believers at first rejoice, but not having strong scriptural Hebrew roots will wither during Apocalypse tribulations and fall away from the faith. Others are choked-off by secular concerns or worldly worries. Still some bring forth the fruits of righteousness. All these things remind us of the garden in which God planted east of Eden. God looked for mankind to produce righteousness by His instructions, and they chose death and to bring forth a harvest of corruption. Therefore, God removed them from the plush garden paradise and introduced them to the cursed earth. Yet a promise remains for those who will hear God’s instructions, having strong Hebrew roots, that they will return to paradise and be as righteous trees and the harvest of God’s planting.
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Parable of Wheat and Tares (2nd Millennium):
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Another parable He put forth to them, saying: “The kingdom of heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field; but while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat and went his way. But when the grain had sprouted and produced a crop, then the tares also appeared. So the servants of the owner came and said to him, ‘Sir, did you not sew good seed in your fields? How then does it have tares?’ He said to them, ‘An enemy has done this.’ The servants said to him, ‘Do you want us then to go and gather them up?’ But he said, ‘No, lest when you gather the tares you also uproot the wheat with them. Let both grow together until the harvest, and at the time of harvest I will say to the reapers, ‘First gather together the tares and bind them in bundles to burn them, but gather the wheat into my barn.’” (Matt. 13:24-30)
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The Messiah explained that the Kingdom of Heaven is like a field and obviously a field is the earth. While God rested in His Sabbath- or rested like the farmer- Satan began sowing the seeds of rebellion among mankind. Satan began corrupting the Kingdom of Heaven. Hidden in this parable is the fact that the Kingdom of Heaven is actually the world- the physical counterpart to the spiritual realm.
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Satan came along and planted a bad crop of mankind, rebellious to the Lord. Yet the Lord would not allow his angels to destroy all evil men because the good crop of mankind would be uprooted in the violence. Besides, those who belong to God cannot always discern the seed of Satan, and they would be offended by this, for tares and wheat look very much alike until harvest time. The planted would have the opportunity to grow as nourishing food for others, or as poisonous tares to evilly entreat their fellow mankind. Likely, only God knows what the crop will finally be revealed as at the time of harvest.
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So God instructed the reapers- the angels- to wait until the time of harvest before destroying the tares, picturing a time when He would gather the rebellious nations to be burned-up, but the good produce of wheat would be gathered by the reapers into the barn of Jerusalem- the restored physical Kingdom of David.
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This parallels the 2nd millennium and the flood. God gathered His elect in the ark for salvation, but the wicked world was destroyed at the appointed time. The first harvest of the righteous during the flood parallels the last one of fiery destruction. The field of God- the Kingdom of Heaven- is again the world. The corrupted angels- messengers- of the old world, after drowning in the flood, were cast into spiritual prison until Christ taught them the Gospel and God judged them. Thus, they served as examples of the judgment coming to the corrupted messengers of our times, even as tribulations come that will mirror the flood.
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For this they [scoffers of end-times and the Messiah’s coming] willfully forget: that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing [rising] out of water and in the water by which the world that then existed perished, being flooded with water. But the heaven and the earth which are now preserved by the same word [foreshadowing], are reserved for fire until the day of judgment and perdition [destruction] of ungodly men. But beloved, do not forget [purposely ignore what is hidden concerning] this one thing, that with the Lord one day is as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day. (2 Pet. 3:5-8) NKJV, intrpl. mine
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Mustard Seed, PDI
Mustard Seed, PDI

Parable of the Mustard Seed (3rd Millennium):

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Once again, as we shall see, the Kingdom of Heaven is again compared to the Lord’s planting in this world, like a field or garden. Only now, a nation is described for the restoration of the Kingdom: Israel. This parable mirrors the 3rd great day, when the Lord called a humble nation out of Egypt to plant it as His holy nation and the place of His throne.
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Another parable He put forth to them, saying: “The kingdom of heaven is like a mustard seed, which a man took and sowed in his field, which indeed is the least of all the seeds [least of the regional tree seeds available at the time and region]; but when it is grown it is greater than the herbs and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and nest in its branches.” (Matt. 13:31-32)
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If you, the reader, recall, I explained the symbolism of birds earlier as spiritual people (see Prophetic Genesis Theory), because they rise above earthly things and see far into the distance (future) by a heavenly view. When God brought Israel to Himself, it was spiritually like Him flying with them, and from His own words, He “carried them on eagles’ wings.” Here we have a dual interpretation, which speaks of humble Israel being brought to the Promised Land, and of those whom the Lord will call for the restoration of the Kingdom of Heaven at Israel; they, too, have (and will) taken flight to the Promised Land to fulfill the will of God. As Revelation proclaims, the Bride or citizenry of the Kingdom will be given two eagle’s wings and escape to the wilderness where the Lord has a place prepared to protect her during the Apocalypse.
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Israel has been called many names similar to the mustard tree in Messiah’s parable (e.g., fig tree, grapevine, olive tree). In fact, Paul wisely compared Jews to a Divine olive tree, wherein some of the branches were broken-off for lack of faith, allowing the faithful among Gentiles to be grafted in through a wild olive tree. The mustard tree, however, is a reminder of the humble beginning of the Kingdom of Heaven, for the mustard seed is actually an analogy to Israel’s humble origins in the third millennial day. They were the least of the nations, but God continually promised Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob that their seed would grow into a great nation, as the stars of heaven. They began as a family within other nations, but at the coming of the Messiah the nation of Israel will be the glory of the world.
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But even more than these things, the Messiah was saying in this parable that He would be the prophesied King who would restore Israel in righteousness and bring about the greatest prophesies to Israel. The parable of Messiah points the knowledgeable reader back to when the Lord YHVH spoke of the king of Jerusalem going into Babylonian captivity, like an exalted cedar tree having its highest branch chopped-off. Then, further in the messianic passage of the coming righteous kingdom, the Lord installs a little humble twig…a BRANCH, both cut-off and replanted. The Branch becomes like a great tree  that all Israel gathers under for shelter.
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And the word of the LORD came to me, saying, “Son of man, pose a riddle, and speak a parable to the house of Israel, and say, ‘Thus says the Lord GOD: “A great eagle [king of Babylon] with large wings and long pinions, full of feathers of various colors, came to Lebanon [Judah] and took from the cedar the highest branch [king of Judah]. He cropped off its topmost young twig and carried it to the land of trade; he set in a city of merchants [Babylon].””’ (Ezek. 17:1-4)
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This is the first part, where the Lord explains that the king of Babylon took the king of Judah and the royal household during the first captivity, like an eagle taking a high branch from a cedar tree. Yet Nebuchadnezzar left some of the seed of the land (people) and “planted it in a fertile field…placed it by abundant waters and set it like a willow tree.” A remnant remained.
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The Lord goes on to describe Judah’s rebellion against Nebuchadnezzar, after the seed/people that the Babylonian king left in the land had grown into a vine of low stature. Judah turned to Egypt for help and rebelled against the covenant that the king of Babylon had made with them. So the Lord continues, explaining that Egypt will not save the remnant, but now the king of Babylon will lay siege to Jerusalem and carry them all away to Babylon, where the king whom Nebuchadnezzar installed would be killed for his rebellion against Babylon.
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But this is where it gets very interesting, for the LORD begins to compare the king of Babylon’s covenant with remnant Judah to His own covenant with Israel. The Lord begins to speak of another twig or high cedar BRANCH being cut-off, yet returning for a righteous kingdom. This is one of the easiest passages in Scripture to perceive God’s use of dual prophecy, and the wisdom of His comparative reasoning in messianic types. Remember, the Messiah King was also cut-off by the Romans- a type of Babylon, and Messiah spoke of Rome laying siege against the city. The Messiah’s covenant for remnant Israel was rebelled against, and the Jews were soon-after dispersed into the Roman world. That is what makes it so interesting to me- that it is not only a parable, but a hidden riddle of a messianic type and prophecy within it.
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Therefore thus says the Lord GOD: “As I live, surely My oath I will recompense on his own head [rebellious Judah and king]. I will spread My net over him, and he shall be taken in My snare. I will bring him to Babylon and try him there for the treason which he committed against Me. All his fugitives with all his troops shall fall by the sword, and those who remain shall be scattered to every wind; and you shall know that I, the LORD, have spoken.” Thus says the Lord GOD: “I will take also one of the highest branches of the highest cedar and set it out. I will crop off from the topmost of its young twigs a tender One, and will plant it on a high and prominent mountain [Zion]. On the mountain height of Israel I will plant it; and it will bring forth boughs, and bear fruit, and be a majestic cedar. Under it will dwell all the birds of every sort; in the shadow of its branches they will dwell. And all the trees of the field [people of the world] shall know that I, the LORD, have brought down the high tree and exalted the low tree, dried up the green tree and made the dry tree flourish; I LORD, have spoken and have done it.”’ (Ezek. 17:19-24)
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Some people may ask how I know this is not merely speaking of the return of the Jews from Babylon. First, I must say, that it is in part. But the reason I am sure that it mainly messianic is for four reasons: 1) It is clear that the Messiah’s parable of the coming Kingdom of Heaven directs us back to the similar passage; 2) Too many things parallel with His own ministry and history: Jerusalem facing siege mounts; Israel being scattered; the king being killed; the covenant being rejected; the final return of the king when Babylon is destroyed; etc. Then there is the similar wording that brings the knowledgeable student to meditate on Ezekiel’s riddle/parable of God; 3) The Lord YHVH repeats a pattern throughout the books of the prophets: He lists the evils of His nations, declares the prophetic punishments, and skips forward to describe the righteous and glorious kingdom of Messiah. Many of these fast-forwards to the glorious kingdom describe the Messiah as a Branch that shelters His people; 4) Last but not least, “cut-off” is a common scriptural term for death. The first high branch of the cedar, and it being cut off or “cropped off,” spoke of the ancient Jerusalem king dying in Babylon. The second tender Branch, cropped off from atop the cedar, seems to come back to life and is returned to Mount Zion to righteously reign, and the birds take shelter under Him. Secular history and Scripture inform us of the details of the Babylonian captivity, and no Jerusalem king, taken into Babylonian captivity, endured the seventy years of captivity, and then returned to righteously reign as a shelter or Branch for His people; this could only speak of a greater Diaspora and a greater return, and a greater King who was cropped off by the Romans, yet is destined to return in the appointed time of the coming Kingdom of Heaven.
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Parable of the Hidden Leaven (4th Millennium):
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The first Kingdom of Heaven parable confessed the 1st millennium and the earth bringing forth few saved fruits, reminding us of the days of Adam and the cursed earth. The second parable confessed to the 2nd millennium and the separation of the wheat from the tares, and life from death, reminding us of the flood of Noah. The third parable confessed the 3rd millennium and the humble seed growing into a righteous kingdom and shelter, reminding us of the humble origins and destiny of the nation of Israel (though I emphasized the coming messianic reign rather than the third millennium, when the nation of Israel was humbly brought forth from Egypt). The fourth Kingdom of Heaven parable will confess the end of the 4th millennial day, and will reveal how the Messiah’s ministry hid the message of the Kingdom of Heaven from the spiritual understanding of Jews and Gentiles. It will also show when the Kingdom comes and how it grows.
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Another parable He spoke to them: “The kingdom of heaven is like leaven, which a woman took and hid in three measures of meal till it was all leavened.” All these things Jesus spoke to the multitude in parables; and without a parable He did not speak to them, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, saying: “I will open My mouth in parables; I will utter things kept secret from the foundation of the world.” (Matt. 13:33-35)
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There are two interpretations to this parable, and both are equally true. The first interpretation confesses to the King hidden from most Jews.
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During the days of Messiah’s ministry, many Jews understood the Scriptures of God to be like nourishing bread, even as many Christians and Jews do to this day. Before there was the New Testament, the Old Testament was the only Word of God. It was divided into three sections, though usually on multiple scrolls; there was the Law (Torah), the Prophets (Nevi’im), and the Writings (Ketuvim). Together they formed the Tanakh, also called “Miqra” by Jews. It is the Masoretic Text of the Old Testament. Saying that the Kingdom of Heaven was like leaven hidden in three parts of bread basically meant that there was hidden meaning in the Old Testament that confessed the King of Heaven. When the Old Testament is exalted in full revelation, so too is the Kingdom of Heaven.  Messiah is the hidden exaltation of the three parts of the Old Testament, who, when revealed, will exalt the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth by the Word of God.
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Israel could not be exalted, as leaven causes bread to arise, without the hidden leaven- the hidden words of Messiah. The woman in the parable is the likeness of spiritual Zion above, laboring to bring forth the holy Kingdom of Heaven on Earth. Yet without the Great King, whose identity was hidden from Jews in those three parts, there can be no Kingdom of Heaven and true exaltation of Israel; for even the glories of King Solomon pale in comparison to what is to come. Thus the King’s identity is hidden from the spiritual eyes of most Jews, like leaven in bread, until the final fiery trials of tribulations, like ovens, are near complete. There can be no exalted kingdom without finding the King.
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The second interpretation, which fits with the first, confesses to the kingdom hidden from most Gentiles.
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The Jews always expected the glorification of Israel and a holy kingdom, but the King was hidden from their eyes; Gentiles, on the other hands, easily accept the King, as evident by the at least 2 billion followers in our day; but they have been blind to the kingdom. Most Gentiles, no matter how much you try to remove the veil from their eyes, consistently view heaven as the place they go when they die. If you try to tell a Christian that he is already living in the Kingdom of Heaven, he will probably laugh you to scorn or become angry. God is primarily, in the Christian faith, a God of the dead. Most Christians cannot accept that the world is the place of the restoration and the dominion, and that the throne of God will be at Israel. You can read prophecies and Scriptures to them all day long, but when they die they go to heaven and that’s the end of it. This world, to them, is for the leaving. Thus, just as God blinded the Jewish nation to the King, so blinded He the Gentile believers from understanding the mysteries of the Kingdom. Most Christians do not know that the living may journey within the spiritual Kingdom as the dead, and thus subconsciously separate God from the living.
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The bread rises on the third day. The Kingdom of Heaven is exalted on Earth on the third day from the cross, which are the three parts that the leaven was hidden in. Christians have generally rejected the flat and lowly bread of Israel, desiring the glorious risen and exalted kingdom, but the Lord shows us how it is achieved- in the ovens of tribulations and over time. Just as leavened bread rises with the heat, so is the Kingdom of Heaven exalted on earth in times of tribulations- but not just any tribulations, the ones which extend into the third millennial day at the coming of the Messiah. Then the Great King and the glorious Kingdom will be exalted, with all who are faithful gathered in, or allowed to remain. The Kingdom is described as bread because it will be found in God’s Word. All these signs were confirmed by Messiah rising in the flesh into the heavens on the third day, even as His spiritual and physical temple will be exalted and erected on the third millennial day.
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Then, as recorded in the Gospel’s kingdom parables, like Revelation, the Great King made a break in time after the fourth parable of the Kingdom of Heaven. He sent the multitude on their way and entered a house, which is likened to Messiah returning to His place after the cross, having sent His messengers out after teaching them the parables of the coming Kingdom of Heaven. Four millenniums had passed, and the Lord taught His disciples the meaning of the parables privately. When they asked about the field that the Kingdom was hidden in, the Messiah explained plainly, “The field is the world.” The kingdom in the world is the Kingdom of the Father and the Son.
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“The Son of Man will send out His angels [messengers], and they will gather out of His kingdom [Israel] all things that offend, and those who practice lawlessness, and will cast them into the furnace of fire. There will be wailing and gnashing of teeth. Then the righteous will shine forth as the sun in the kingdom of their Father. He who has ears to hear, let him hear!” (Matt. 13:41-43)
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Parable of Hidden Treasure (5th Millennium):
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After the break, three final parables of the Kingdom of Heaven were given for the three remaining millennial days remaining in the heavenly week and the Temple of Seven Heavens.
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“Again, the kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field, which a man found and hid; and for joy over it he goes and sells all that he has and buys that field.” (Matt. 13:44)
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The fifth parable hides in it the 5th millennium, and concerns selling all that one has to purchase a better possession. The early assembles of Christianity, on the morning of the 5th day, counted it little loss to sell all for a future inheritance in a better life. They knew that all they had in those lives were not to be compared to their lives to come in the future Kingdom of Heaven.
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Now all who believed were together, and had all things in common, and sold their possessions and goods, and divided them among all, as anyone had need. So continuing daily with one accord in the temple [God’s Temple at Jerusalem], and breaking bread from house to house, they ate their food with gladness and simplicity [unity] of heart, praising God and having favor with all people. And the Lord added daily those who were being saved. (Acts 2:44-47)   
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Notice that the man in the parable finds the treasure in a field. At risk of redundancy, it is important to again remind believers that Christ clearly revealed that the field is a place in the earth and the Kingdom. Remember the righteous blood of Able cried-out to live. Spirits do not desire to be dead but to live. The sacrifice of the sinless Lamb was a sacrifice indeed, for the desire is to live. However, the goal of life is for the better world and the better age, to live in a restored Kingdom. The man in the parable was willing to sacrifice the riches and concerns of his current life for a future entrance in the Kingdom he had discovered. Likewise, the early assemblies longed for the end of their salvation, waiting “until the day dawns and the morning Star rises in your hearts.” There would not have been so many mysteries of the kingdom if they were simply waiting to die like all people, but they looked forward to the future restoration of Israel, restored beyond the glories of the past.
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Pearl of Great Price. PDI
Pearl of Great Value, pdi

Parable of the Pearl of Great Value (6th Millennium):

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The sixth parable hides in it the 6th heavenly day, concerning a pearl of great value. This looks to the end of the sixth millennium because doorways will be given into the coming kingdom’s twelve tribes, likened to pearly gates. I will reveal more as to why the entrances into the tribes are likened to pearls near the end of this work, as I reveal some of the things concerning spiritual Jerusalem. 
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“Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant seeking beautiful pearls, who, when he had found one pearl of great price, went and sold all that he had and bought it.” (Matt. 13:45-46)
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This parable is nearly identical to the previous parable, but there are some subtle differences. In the 5th-day-parable the treasure was hidden in the field of the world, but mankind had just found it and sacrificed to obtain it. This was the beginning of the revelation of the mystery of the Kingdom for early believers. Remember, the apostles, who had been given many secrets of the coming Kingdom, asked Messiah after the resurrection, “Lord, will You at this time restore the kingdom of Israel?” Though they knew that the Kingdom of Heaven would be at Israel, they were not yet given to know the appointed time. This is the difference between the man in the 5th parable finding a nondescript treasure, though he knew it was of future value, and the man in the 6th parable finding, after searching, a named treasure- a pearl. In other words, as the Lord told Daniel when he asked about the times, Go your way, Daniel, for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end,” so would the apostles have to wait for the Holy Spirit to reveal more about the treasure of the Kingdom.
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And He [Christ] said to them, “It is not for you to know times or seasons which the Father has put in His own authority. But you shall receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you; and you shall be witnesses to Me in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” (Acts 1:7-8)
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Thus they had to wait for the Holy Spirit to learn many of the great truths hidden with the Spirit of God. Some things even had to wait until the end of the age for full disclosure. I have no guilt in saying that those who are being prepared to enter the coming Kingdom, in our own time, will have more understanding than the apostles and prophets did in times past; this is not my word alone, but God’s biblical truth. Those at the end of the sixth workday have a named treasure for entrance into the Kingdom, with a name of their tribal inheritance. Our treasure is not just found, as the man with the nondescript treasure, but sought-out through Scriptures and named for a door of inheritance. So many Bible believers are so caught-up in the non-descript treasure of yesterday that they fail to see the glorious pearl of our entrance in our own day.
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“The twelve gates were twelve pearls: each individual gate was of one pearl [of one of the tribes for inheritance]. And the streets of the city was pure gold [refined path] like transparent glass [made crystal clear].” (Rev. 21:21)
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In fact, those who have the Holy Spirit today, who live in the appointed times, are able to go back and see that the Messiah did answer the apostles’ question concerning when the Kingdom of Israel would be restored. But the answer can only be learned by the Spirit of God and the mind of Christ. We must have spiritual ears to hear and compare.
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Now when He [Messiah] had spoken these things, while they watched, He was taken up, and a cloud received Him out of their sight. And while they looked steadfastly toward heaven as He went up, behold, two men stood by them in white apparel, who also said, “Men of Galilee, why do stand gazing up into heaven? This same Jesus, who was taken up from you into heaven, will also come in the like manner as you saw Him go into heaven.” Then they returned to Jerusalem from the mount called Olivet, which is near Jerusalem, A SABBATH DAY’S JOURNEY. (Acts. 1:9-12)
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To this day Christians are like the disciples staring up into heaven. When this passage is read, the excitement of their hearts are on Him being taken-up in the clouds, but the veil is over their eyes about when He will return and restore the Kingdom of Heaven. They were on Mount Olivet, where Messiah is prophesied to return, and He will be revealed in the clouds on a Sabbath’s day’s journey. They answered their own question when they wrote the Book of Acts, for the Spirit had come upon them and guided their writings.
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We are told to look up when our redemption draws near, but not to stand there staring, gawking and waiting for Messiah from heaven, as if He could come back at any time. We are to follow the Word of God by the Spirit of God. There are appointed times and places for the Lord’s works. Moses and Elijah will, on the 6th day, call believers to get their heads out of the clouds and into the Scriptures. The Messiah gave a sign, being raised on the 3rd day and later taken up in the flesh to the clouds; it was a sign for our sake. The Body of Christ will be alive on the morning of the third day, and we will be called to the Kingdom of Heaven, taken up by a great cloud of witnesses. All these things are given a place and time for those who have the pearly entrance to the coming Kingdom of Heaven. It is time for every believer to start hearing the small, still voice of the Spirit, learning to connect spiritual things. It is time to understand the things hidden right before our eyes. Miraculous things hid earthly truths to come, and earthly truths hide miraculous things from the spiritual world.
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Parable of the Gathering Dragnet (7th Millennium):
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The seventh parable hides in it the 7th day- the Great Sabbath, and concerns the gathering of, or gathered in, fish. This should require little interpretation on my part for all who have been learning to see in parables. By now, you the reader should know that the fish being brought into the kingdom and sorted through are people gathered for the kingdom. Nevertheless, perhaps there are some things that I can write to provide better comprehension.
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“Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a dragnet that was cast into the sea and gathered some of every kind, which, when it was full, they drew to shore [from nations of the seas to the land of Israel]; and they sat down and gathered the good into vessels, but threw the bad away. So shall it be at the end of the age. The angels [messengers] will come forth, separate the wicked from among the just, and cast them into the furnace of fire. There will be wailing and gnashing of teeth.” Jesus said to them, “Have you understood all these things?” They said to Him, “Yes, Lord.” Then He said to them, “Therefore every scribe instructed concerning the kingdom of heaven is like a householder who brings out of his treasure things new and old.” (Matt. 13:47-52)
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This final parable of the coming kingdom is very different than the postulation that the righteous will be raptured to heaven. It reveals that assemblies and faiths are like boats meant to bring in the great catch to the Kingdom at the end of this age. Many people will be gathered from the nations for the Kingdom, like fish brought up from the deep waters of the Word, caught in the net of Truth. Yet not all who are gathered will be found worthy to remain, nor will all who are already there be found worthy to stay; but all will be tested and sorted out with the Spirit of Truth.
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I could provide many references for the symbolism of fish, water, boats, nets, and add symbols to symbols to again show the Sabbath gathering, but if these things are not obvious to readers by now, it is likely that further repetition and redundancy will do no good. Readers of these articles should already be able to interpret simple symbols of spiritual truths from our corporeal world.
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Be instructed for the Kingdom of Heaven, and when you instruct others, do as the Messiah says and draw out the great truths from the Old and New Testaments. Everyone who only learns and teaches of the new, and everyone who only learns and teaches from the old, is not instructed for the Kingdom of Heaven. If you cannot properly fit together things old and new, from shadows to substance, do not lead others into your confusion and astray. Fear the Lord to whom we must all give an account.
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These have been the ages of the Temple of Seven Heavens- the house of the humankind, where God’s Spirit dwells among the living. This is the sure interpretation of the works of the living God to the seven assemblies, which has been long awaited, appointed from ancient times to be revealed to the elect at the close of the age. If the readers will study these things, comparing them to all other interpretation, even those covering almost two millenniums, they will find this this is the only true interpretation given for the seven assemblies.
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Cast away all the confusion and doctrinal erring now prevalent in the many divided assemblies. There is no reason that the waters should not be made crystal clear. I have presented to you, the blessed readers, a sure foundation of time, and a framework of Scripture wherein all things properly fit. There are many interpretations of Scripture to choose from, but this is the only one which provides a complete framework that brings all the mysteries together.
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Satanic powers have pulled the world over our spiritual eyes and lullabied the angels- the messengers– asleep. It is time to wake-up. We are the messengers of the Kingdom of Heaven; we are the angels in heaven. The spiritual world is the preceding blueprints of the physical world. The angels of Heaven are at war for the truth to this day. The Kingdom of Heaven suffers violence. This world was a paradise, wherein the glorious spiritual and the earthly existed harmoniously together. God is the God of the living, not the dead, and all the prophets and apostles looked forward to a better world-age, when all things would be restored in this world. Dear believers, be assembled, for you are the Army of God, the rank and file; prepare yourselves for spiritual warfare on a global scale, for the war in the spiritual realms comes down to us.
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AN APPOINTED TIME (moed) FOR EVERYTHING:
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It appears as if I have been in too much of a rush to move away from this article. Now the Spirit has brought another thing to my attention, namely that we should consider the sequence of time in Ecclesiastes (wisdom literature) for the last week of the Moedim Paradigm, which was written by King Solomon under “the Preacher, son of King David in Jerusalem.” In the 3rd chapter of the little book, 22 short sayings (adages or proverbs) are given, but we will focus our examination upon the seven groups of four concerning time. 
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“To every thing there is a season,” says the preacher, “and a time to every purpose under the heaven”:
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Adam, Millennial Day One: “A time to be born, and a time to die [1 and 2. creation of life and curse of death]; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted [3 and 4, garden planted and expulsion from garden]…” (Prov. 3:2) KJV; intrpl. mine
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Noah, Millennial Day Two: “A time to kill, and a time to heal [1 and 2, great flood and rainbow covenant]; a time to break down, and a time to build up [3 and 4, civilization destroyed and civilization rebuilt]…” (Prov. 3:3) KJV; intrpl. mine
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Moses, Millennial Day Three: “A time to weep, and a time to laugh [1 and 2, cries to God under Egyptian bondage and rejoicing in tabernacles of salvation ]; a time to mourn, and a time to dance [3 and 4, cursed to wilderness for 40 years and celebration before the YHVH for battle victories]…” (Prov. 3:4) KJV; intrpl. mine
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Jesus, Millennial Day Four: “A time to cast away stone, and a time to gather stones together [1 and 2, destroy the Temple and rebuild the Temple]; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing [3 and 4, embrace the High Priest and let go of the High Priest]…” (Prov. 3:5) KJV; intrpl. mine
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Peter, Millennial Day Five: “A time to get, and a time to lose [1 and 2, gain the Gospel and lose lives in persecution]; a time to keep, and a time to cast away [3 and 4, canonize Scriptures and purge deceptive writings]…” (Prov. 3:6) KJV; intrpl. mine
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Elijah, Millennial Day Six: “A time to rend, and a tie to sew [1 and 2, tear away from religious fabric and sew unity in restored truths]; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak [3 and 4, closed door and open door to teach]…” (Prov. 3:7) KJV; intrpl. mine
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Great King Returns, Millennial Day Seven: “A time to love, and a time to hate [1 and 2, love that which is good and hate that which is evil]; a time of war, and a time of peace [3 and 4, Apocalypse Year of Recompense and Sabbath rest under the “Prince of Peace”].” (Prov. 3:8) KJV; intrpl. mine
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What is Known By the Spirit and the Mind of Messiah
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Solomon, in all his wisdom- none being like him- lacked one thing that believers have, namely that Christ calls us “friends” and tells of His things, whereas the servants of old await greater insight and revelation. As we finish the 22 verses of Chapter 3, we discern that Solomon was moved by the Spirit to speak in apocalyptic symbolism, only his words were left for us in this age of unveiling.
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What profit has the worker from that in which he labors? I have seen the God-given task with which the sons of men are to be occupied. He has made everything beautiful in its time. Also He has put eternity in their hearts, except that no one can find out the work that God does from beginning [Genesis] to end. I know that nothing is better for them than to rejoice, and to do good in their lives, and also that every man should eat and drink and enjoy the good of all his labor- it is the gift of God. I know that whatever God does, it shall last forever. nothing can be added to it, and nothing taken from it. God does it, that men should fear before Him. That which is has already been, and what is to be has already been; and God requires an account of what is past [searches what is pursued]. Moreover, I saw under the sun: In the place of judgment, wickedness was there; and in the place of righteousness, iniquity was there. I said in my heart, God shall judge the righteous and the wicked, for there is a time there for every purpose and for every work.” (Prov. 3:9-17) NKJV; intrpl. mine
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While the wisdom of Solomon is full of truth, his truths were limited to his subjective perceptions of the works of God and mortal man, which he shared. His statements are factual (concerning his time) while his attitude seems to allude that we should ‘eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we die.’ God shared wisdom with Solomon like no other mortal, and yet he fell into abominable vanity and erected altars to pagan deities, even in Jerusalem, which angered God and caused the division of Israel in civil war. And while it is factual that none of us can learn what God has done for eternity, and that historical cycles exist that appear to make our works vain, the mind and memory of God is boundless, teaching lessons to those whom He raises beyond the confines of mortal existence; thus, nothing is truly done in vain, and nothing that He sends out returns to Him void of His purposes.
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Had Daniel possessed Solomon’s attitude, he could have been merry in his position under King Nebuchadnezzar- eating and drinking and taking nothing- with all being vanity- to heart. Yet Daniel sincerely prayed and sought greater comprehension, knowing that Solomon’s wisdom had its place in time, but could not satisfy the heart that is moved by the Spirit. Thus, the Lord told Daniel, to “shut up and seal the book until the time of the end; many shall run to and fro [search back and forth], and knowledge shall be increased” (Dan. 12:4). In other words, things that were sealed from the minds of old would be unveiled. As Christ said, there is nothing hidden that will not be revealed.
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Moreover, there are purposes that exceed mere cycles, and there is a time to learn them. Yet, as Solomon confessed, our efforts alone are in vain; it is the Spirit who makes His home in us that renews our search and implants zeal that exceeds what has already been learned in the wisdom granted men. We can count it all vanity and live like the Beast, or we can put on the mind of the Messiah and be led by the Spirit. We can stop short by saying, “Eye has not seen, nor ear heard,” or we can continue on in seeking truths of the Word.
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However, we speak wisdom among those who are mature, yet not the wisdom of this age, nor of the rulers of this age, who are coming to nothing [vanity, void]. But we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, the hidden wisdom which God ordained before the ages for our glory, which none of the rulers of this age knew; for had they known, they would not have crucified the Lord of glory. But as it is written: “Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, nor have entered into the heart of man the things which God has prepared for those who love Him.” But God has revealed them to us through His Spirit. For the Spirit searches all things, yes, the deep things of God. For what man knows the things of a man except the spirit of the man which is in him? Even so no one knows the things of God except the Spirit of God. Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the Spirit who is from God, that we might know the things that have been freely given to us by God. These things we also speak, not in words which man’s wisdom teaches but which the Holy Spirit teaches, comparing spiritual things with spiritual. But the natural man does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness [vanity] to him; nor can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned. But he who is spiritual judges all things, yet he himself is rightly judged by no one. For “who has know the mind of the LORD that we may instruct Him?” But we have the mind of Christ.- Paul (1 Cor. 2:6-16) NKJV; intrpl. mine
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The point being made is that we can learn all things relevant to God’s works of redemption and spiritual refinement, for our wisdom is not the highest among mortal expressions of corporeal knowledge, but transcendent in comprehending the purposes of God that have been hidden in His Spirit from the hearts and minds of mankind in times past. Thus, when we follow through with the wisdom of Solomon, we see that there is little difference between mankind and the image of the Beast, whereas we are conformed to the image of God through Christ, redeeming us from the fall of beastly man by his indulging and tiring in vain knowledge.
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I said in my heart, “Concerning the condition of the sons of men, God tests them, that they may see that they themselves are like animals [beasts].” For what happens to the sons of men also happens to animals; one thing befalls them: as one dies, so dies the other. Surely, they all have one breath; man has no advantage over animals [beasts], for all is vanity. All go to one place: all are from dust, and all return to dust. Who knows [if] the spirit of the sons of man, which go upward, and the spirit of the animal [beast], which goes down to the earth? So I perceive that nothing is better than a man should rejoice in his own works, for that in his heritage [allowance]. For who can bring him to see what will happen after him? (Eccl. 3:18-22) NKJV; intprl. mine
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The question is begged: How could a man who received two visitations from God, receiving such knowledge and wisdom and even prophecies concerning his throne, become so tired in his spirit as to view all things as vanity and ultimately unknowable? Do beasts also receive visitations from God and build Him a Temple? Indeed, the passage screams agnosticism, so similar to today’s scientific culture of a meaningless and vain existence. With all their knowledge, they have lost the renewing and restoring Spirit.
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The key is, we do not rejoice in our own works per se, which grow old and suffer destruction, but in the eternal works that we perceive that the Spirit works through us– works of refinement and resurrection as the glorified children of God. Therefore, hearts must not only be turned back to consider the things written in the shadows of old, wherein men did not often perceive the Spirit working through them, for confessions of the Substance written for latter generations, but hearts still stuck in vain pursuits of their own knowledge and wisdom must be turned to the offspring of the faith, if they are to be part of the Spirit’s restoration of all things. Of such is the separation of the final judgment, when a division is made between those who perish with the heart of the Beast and those who are conformed to the Image of God through Christ.
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