| EB 7-8
| EB 11
In like manner again He defineth concerning the cross in another
prophet, who saith; And when shall these things be accomplished?
saith the Lord. Whenever a tree shall be bended and stand upright,
and whensoever blood shall drop from a tree. Again thou art taught
concerning the cross, and Him that was to be crucified.
---The implication here is the Angle of Heel of a ship mast. When the mast bends, the angle of heel is changed. The only way to move a ship a new
direction is for a captain to allow the mast to bend. In Genesis 3, this is the heel (authority) being changed. The blood is symbolism for the blood
that is shed on the cross becoming the new DNA of mankind. Jesus was the first and last Adam. He is the firstfruits of those who follow in baptism.
And He saith again in Moses, when war was waged against Israel by men
of another nation, and that He might remind them when the war was
waged against them that for their sins they were delivered unto
death; the Spirit saith to the heart of Moses, that he should make a
type of the cross and of Him that was to suffer, that unless, saith
He, they shall set their hope on Him, war shall be waged against them
for ever. Moses therefore pileth arms one upon another in the midst
of the encounter, and standing on higher ground than any he stretched
out his hands, and so Israel was again victorious. Then, whenever he
lowered them, they were slain with the sword.
---The idea of higher ground is symbolism for alignment with the will of God. The right side of truth allows us to occupy the higher ground in life.
The left side is against the will of God. The will of God is to give and never take. The truth of life is simple in regard to how we stand or fall.
When Moses had his hands raised to God (Hey from the Hebrew Alphabet), then God's hands were lowered against them. When our hands are drawn away from
God, God's hand is raised. See Isaiah for this concept of an upraised hand.
Wherefore was this? That they might learn that they cannot be saved,
unless they should set their hope on Him.
---Hope must be set on the cornerstone. That cornerstone is giving over taking; altruism over objectivism.
And again in another prophet He saith; The whole day long have I
stretched out My hands to a disobedient people that did gainsay My
---How often do we refuse God's help by our own pride and stiff neck?
Again Moses maketh a type of Jesus, how that He must suffer, and that
He Himself whom they shall think to have destroyed shall make alive
in an emblem when Israel was falling. For the Lord caused all manner
of serpents to bite them, and they died (forasmuch as the
transgression was wrought in Eve through the serpent), that He might
convince them that by reason of their transgression they should be
delivered over to the affliction of death.
---Exiting Egypt is symbolism for each person coming out of the world of materialism and objectivism. Crossing over the Jordan is the same as parting
the waters of baptism to salvage a soul from the process. Entering the promised land is symbolic of our own salvation from the process, but Moses
(type of Jesus) having to stay on the other side. Why? Read Job 19 when it mentions the Redeemer and the root of the trouble.
Yea and further though Moses gave the commandment; Ye shall not
have a molten or a carved image for your God, yet he himself made
one that he might show them a type of Jesus. So Moses maketh a brazen
serpent, and setteth it up conspicuously, and summoneth the people by
---Like Jesus, mankind is given a symbolic representation of God giving to mankind. Moses used this tool as a foreshadowing of the coming Messiah.
Again, Job 19 is the process of involution and evolution as symbolized in baptism.
When therefore they were assembled together they entreated Moses that
he should offer up intercession for them that they might be healed.
And Moses said unto them; Whensoever, said he, one of you shall be
bitten, let him come to the serpent which is placed on the tree, and
let him believe and hope that the serpent being himself dead can make
alive; and forthwith he shall be saved. And so they did. Here again
thou hast in these things also the glory of Jesus, how that in Him
and unto Him are all things.
---Again, the ear of grain must first be broken to express in good soil. The soil must be prepared and watered. Too much sun is not healthy for the
plant. Sin was necessary to teach the law. Faith removes the guardian (Galatians 3).
What again saith Moses unto Jesus (Joshua) the son of Nun, when he
giveth him this name, as being a prophet, that all the people might
give ear to him alone, because the Father revealeth all things
concerning His Son Jesus?
---Again, what does it mean to 'give ear' in relation to the grain and bread we share? What does it mean for Adam to be both the root of the trouble
and the Redeemer of mankind in the end? We, who are many, are one loaf. By Son of Nun, we have two bits of symbolism. Nun means seed and is the
second letter of the word Son. Son, in Hebrew, is Bet (House) Nun (Seed). Ben is the word we use for Son. All things are revealed through the Word,
which is the Living Word (Son of God) risen back to the Father. He is our High Priest to God in place of man as high priest. He is not simply our
kinsman, he is our Father. Additionally, we are His forefathers from the fall to the first century. His is now our forefather of the new man. This
is what it means for Elijah to restore the sons to fathers and the fathers to the sons.
Moses therefore saith to Jesus the son of Nun, giving him this name,
when he sent him as a spy on the land; Take a book in thy hands,
and write what the Lord saith, how the Son of God shall cut up by
the roots all the house of Amalek in the last days.
---Here, we have a bit of information that can now be researched. Amalekites had an inborn hatred for Israel. They took any opportunity to attack
them. See this article...
Behold again it is Jesus, not a son of man, but the Son of God, and
He was revealed in the flesh in a figure. Since then men will say
that Christ is the son of David, David himself prophesieth being
afraid and understanding the error of sinners; The Lord said unto
my Lord, Sit thou on My right hand until I set thine enemies for a
footstool under Thy feet.
---Read about the enemy being made the footstool in Revelation 20, Enoch One, 1 Corinthians 15 and just about any story in the scriptures. Each story
represents a foreshadow of this day and age. To rise again during the time of peace, you must have faith in God. God prepares the soil first.
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