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As many of you know, I am writing a book on this subject. It's at the stage now where proofs are coming in and it will be edited by other eyes. I
hope to have it on Amazon by the end of July. For now, I can give you an overview of what I include in parts of the book. The foundation of the book
rests on the seven words from Greek and Latin that are the branch of the tree language provides for us to see the gospel message from the mirror of
Word. This first look gives you a clue from a secondary source outside the pages of the Bible:
Amn - Lamb
Amni - River of Life
Amnio - Bowl that catches the blood of the sacrificed lamb
Amnion - Sac covering the womb
Amniotic - Fluid - Waters of the womb
Amnesia - Forgetfulness and condition of the waters
Amnesty - Forgiveness in the waters
What I have sown you is a branch from the root morphology of two languages, both having roots in the Hebrew language. From this, a story can be seen,
but it must be related to a Shepherd.
The Shepherd sheers the wool from the neck of the lamb and pulls it over the eyes (Amnesia). The wool is shorn from the sheep each season (you must
be born again). The wool is then washed white as snow and returned as a new Robe (Body). All of this is 100% backed by scripture. The next part of
the story is to identify the Shepherd.
First, the Luke 3 Genealogy starts with Adam, but engages by the Shepherd (Son of God).
38 the son of Enosh,
the son of Seth, the son of Adam,
the son of God.
Notice that the Son of God creates Adam. The secret behind this mystery is held in the fact that the root of our problem with sin resides in Adam and
is resolved with Adam. Adam is our Kinsman Redeemer, but he is also the first soul created. If we are speaking of our Soul, we are speaking of the
portion allotted to us of the ONE soul of Adam, given by the Son of God. That Son is being raised in the wilderness by God and we are being raised in
the wilderness by Christ (Shepherd of men). Once you have the hierarchy straight, the rest makes much more sense.
Notice that Cain is not listed and Abel is missing as well? Why? Apart from knowing this, you will be blinded to why we transmigrate with Moses
across the wilderness of time. Cain is the seed of Satan (1 John 3).
11 For this is the message you heard from the beginning: We should love one another. 12 Do not be like Cain, who belonged to the evil one and murdered
his brother. And why did he murder him? Because his own actions were evil and his brother’s were righteous. 13 Do not be surprised, my brothers and
sisters, if the world hates you. 14 We know that we have passed from death to life, because we love each other. Anyone who does not love remains in
As always, scripture hides this mystery from us. Staying in death is remaining in the material world of sin and death. Life is waking your soul from
loving others. Our inheritance is the portion of soul we gain by growing beyond being a Child of God. In Hebrew culture, you remain a child until
the age at which you become a man and gain your inheritance. The prodigal son is a good version of this story.
Now you just need to know the Mystery of Moses: Mystery of Moses
Once you see this clearly, I can show you the secret in two other places. 1 Kings 17 is the picture of Elijah shutting off the waters of life and
having control of the Dew (Human Incarnation) and the Rain (Generations of Life). He then demonstrates
Involution and Evolution
with the widow woman's son. We then move on to Elijah as the
risen John the Baptist and notice that He is Elijah by the words of Christ. John himself tells the disciples that he is not Elijah. Jesus says he
is. What is he doing? Baptizing souls into the water as Jesus says, "you must be born again." I think the message is clear, but veiled.
Next, Job 2 tells us a veiled secret.
3 Then the Lord said to Satan, “Have you considered my servant Job? There is no one on earth like him; he is blameless and upright, a man who fears
God and shuns evil. And he still maintains his integrity, though you incited me against him to ruin him without any reason.”
4 “Skin for skin!”
Satan had just killed Job's children. God lamented this, then Satan used a phrase with double meaning. Since Satan is a serpent, what do serpents do
each season? Shed skin. Is it the same snake under that skin? YES! Satan was veiling the fact that Job's children would be back and he was
reminding God that this fact kept the killing of Job's children from being the issue of loss. It was only temporary.
My book has 200+ pages of the same information in detail. There is a total story here that shows the mystery as evident. What we must know is this:
Salvation from death is union with God's Spirit from love and faith, but salvation comes after the the Last Adam appears a second time to end sin and
death for good. The fig tree was not ripe with fruit the last time. Today, the First
represents Elijah preparing the way with 7 billion souls on Earth at one time. We are here to see the Day of the Lord engaged for
the final push to assist mankind to salvation. Salvation from death is our rest on that day.
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