Before the Beginning The World was to be Ruled by Wisdom
God created Man in His image after His likeness– a male with a female counterpart as his help meet (Genesis 2:18). Seated at the right hand of the Father is not a male but a female figure known as Wisdom, brought forth before every creature (Wisdom of Solomon 7:29). She is the principle thing (Proverbs 4:7) without whom Man cannot become a friend of God or obtain His love. (Wisdom of Solomon 7:14&28, John 14:6&21). As a man creates through and with his wife, so does the Father with His Wisdom. This is the One Flesh Mystery spoken of by the Apostle Paul (Ephesians 5:31-32).
By Wisdom were all things created, and she is the head of the Church in accordance with the Father’s will (Colossians 1:16-20).
Reconciling the Saviour of the World as a Woman with Scripture: Messiah ben Joseph vs. Messiah ben David
Jewish tradition has aways understood that there would be two Messiahs, because they stole the ancient texts of the Biblical Hebrews. Their culture understands that Messiah ben Jospeh (Jesus Christ of Nazareth) came to die, whereas Messiah ben David (Lord Tsemach ben David) came to rule. Though both came in the Spirit of God, the Father always intended for His Wisdom to come at the End of Days to set the Earth back in order, which has been in disarray since the time of Adam (Psalms 82:5).
In other words, when Jesus returns, he is not coming as a man (Isaiah 47:3), but compassed by a woman (Jeremiah 31:22). He himself understood he would be regenerated (Matthew 19:28), born as a baby raised up from the Bloodline of King David (Jeremiah 30:21, Jeremiah 33:15).
At that time, Christ will bear the name above all names: YAHUAH Tsidqenu or YEHOVA Sedeq; literally: THE LORD OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS (Jeremiah 23:4). And this is a WOMAN. SHE is the Wisdom of God incarnate.
ANTI-CHRIST AND FALSE MESSIAH (JOHN THE BAPTIST)
"But woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for ye shut up the kingdom of heaven against men: for ye neither go in yourselves, neither suffer ye them that are entering to go in."
Man in his simple, self-righteous vanity always seeks to aggrandize himself and his infinitesimal accomplishments. For this reason, John the Baptist was offended in Christ. John the Baptist knew who Christ was, confessing “And I saw, and bare record that this is the Son of God.” (John 1:34). He further stated:
Yet while Christ walked the Earth, John the Baptist maintained his own separate ministry and disciples that called him Rabbi (John 3:26), despite Christ’s being the only Rabbi (Matthew 23:8). Though he professed Christ (Matthew 3:13-14; John 1:27; John 3:30-31), John the Baptist did not receive him as Lord and Saviour. He allowed his own lusts for carnal power and fame to overcome him– selfishly misleading men, women, and children that loved and trusted him with their souls away from Christ.
John the Baptist feared that Christ’s presence would render him irrelevant because his disciples would prefer the Son of God above him (John 1:35-37). Thus, John the Baptist began deceiving his disciples with clever sayings, such as “Ye yourselves bear me witness, that I said, I am not the Christ” (John 3:28) and “He must increase, but I must decrease” (John 3:30). However, his hypocritical actions did not agree with his words. John the Baptist– like countless others vying for power and relevance– was envious of the Son of God.
Nevertheless, he expected The Christ, whom he blasphemed, to rescue him from prison to be able to continue his anti-Christ ministry (Matthew 11:2-3). Instead, Jesus commented on John the Baptist being offended in him (Matthew 11:6), and departed to focus on the Mission and Ministry given him by The Father (Matthew 14:13).
John the Baptist knew the consequences for his actions:
The Father swiftly recompensed John the Baptist’s wickedness upon his own head. Since he exalted himself above The Messiah, he was abased (Matthew 23:12). He eventually died in prison, professing not the Son of God, but the letter of the law demonstrating his pharisaic arrogance and the true posture of his heart. Though he knew the letter of the law better than any other and was circumcised in the flesh, he lacked the inward circumcision required by the Father (Romans 2:29). Accordingly, Jesus indicated that John the Baptist would not be making it into the Kingdom.
Shiloh is Come The End of Israelitish Subcultures, Camps, Cliques, and Crews
Jesus stated that “all the prophets and the law prophesied until John” (Matthew 11:13), because the purpose of the law and prophets was to prepare the People’s minds and hearts for Christ; and the purpose of John the Baptist was to announce his arrival to make straight the way of the Lord (John 1:23). Unfortunately, John the Baptist had decided that he wanted to be Christ, and was so foolish that he took the Messiah’s kindness and meekness for weakness.
The Father is wroth with John the Baptist, and will be bringing judgement upon him for his transgression against the Son of God.
Anyone intending to obtain salvation can no longer go through ANY organization, but must come to the Son directly.
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