1 Corinthians 3: 2 ... I have fed you with milk and not meat: For hitherto you are not able to bear it, neither yet now are ye able.
Personal Thoughts: I believe we are in the days just prior to the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse and the coming Tribulation of Danieland his 70th week in prophecy. Covid 19 might be Horseman number one.
My studies are going to become more and more controversial. Those who stay with me and have “eyes to see and ears to hear” will be wonderfully blessed, others will fall by the way side. To you who don’t “get it”, ask The Holy Spirit to help you.
Consider This: Begin your study and search. Our reference material and quotes ( by limited permission) are allowed from author Michael Heizer, and his book, THE UNSEEN REALM. All who follow this study and participate will find ‘wisdom and revelation knowledge like never before”. Some subjects here have not been studied much before, because of their controversial nature. I have heard some on TV say that sometimes Christians have to be “ready for heated battles”, we’re not supposed to stand idly by, dumbfounded on the sidelines saying “God will deal with it.” I believe God wants to deal with it through His servants and believers. If you are alive and breathing, which I am sure you are, haven’t you noticed that the liberals fight almost to the death, for what they believe in? … So, I must ask you, don’t we as Christians have much more to fight for?
So to those that want to venture into the deeper water of what God wants to reveal to us in these last days, start here.
Psalm 82: 1-2 … God (Elohim) stands in the divine assembly; he administers judgment in the midst of the gods (elohim).1
1. Unless otherwise indicated, all Scripture quotations come from the Lexus English Bible, ( Bellingham, WA, Lexham Press, 2012.)
Words by Michael Heizer: Referring to Psalm 82: 1-2. I’ve indicated the Hebrew wording that caught my eye and put my heart in my throat. The word elohim occurs twice in this short verse. Other than the covenant name Yahweh (YHWH) it’s the most common word in the Old Testament for God. And the first use of the word in this verse worked fine. But since I knew my Hebrew grammar, I saw immediately that the second instance needed to be translated as plural. There it is as plain as day: The God of the Old Testament was part of an assembly — a pantheon — of other gods … To be continued, before you become an immediate skeptic, you’d better do some homework because I certainly will. We will unpack Psalm 82: 1- 2 at least.
As exhausting as these studies will become, God grant me the supernatural strength to carry on.