Obadiah And The Prophetic Parable Of The Tares

Over the years we have posted quite a few articles dealing with the prophetic circumstances of the House of Israel, Biblically, the indigenous Christian nations, where we are today, and what the prophecies tell us about Big Brother Zionists, Esau/Edom, the sixth head of the Beast of Revelation, Babylon the Great. The emphasis has been on the House of Israel, and the birthright sons of Joseph, Ephraim, the UK and Manasseh, the US [see 1 Chr. 5:1, 2; also Gen. 48], because during the past 2000 years, the last days, we have forsaken our birthright, our covenant and the true gospel as delivered by Christ and the apostles in the first century. Our current events bear witness to this fact many times over. However, the hand of God severely will be put upon Edom, Israel's physical brother [Gen. 25:23-26], prior to Christ's return. The prophetic parable of the tares in Matthew and the prophecy of Obadiah speak to Edom’s fate, and our involvement in it. 


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  • "Learning is by nature curiosity ... prying into everything, reluctant to leave anything, material or immaterial, unexplained." 
     Philo of Alexandria
  • "Socrates told us, 'the unexamined life is not worth living.' I think he's calling for curiosity, more than knowledge. In every human society at all times and at all levels, the curious are at the leading edge." 
     Roger Ebert
  • "Curiosity sets us apart from the average lump of dirt."
     Anon
  • "Those with less curiosity or ambition just mumble that God works in mysterious ways. I intend to catch him in the act." 
     Damien Echols
  • "He wrote as a young man that God's noblest gift was the gift of an inquiring mind."
     John Adams
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     Judy Blume
  • "Curiosity is the ultimate power tool."
     Roy Underhill
  • "There are no foolish questions, and no man becomes a fool until he has stopped asking questions." 
     Charles Proteus Steinmetz 
  • "It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education." 
     Albert Einstein
  • "When holy curiosity is driven by passion, and critical thinking by perseverance, wisdom and truth emerge." 
     Anon
  • "People die when curiosity goes." 
    Graham Swift

     

  • "Curiosity is the deepest connection that we have with knowledge, wisdom and life. Incuriosity is cutting all these connections."
     Baris Gencel
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     Samuel Johnson 
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     Chopra/Tanzi, Super Brain
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     William Wirt 
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     Ellen Parr 
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     Michael J. Fox
  • "It is a capital mistake to theorize in advance of the facts." 
     Sherlock Holmes

     

  • "People say: idle curiosity. The one thing that curiosity cannot be is idle." 
     Leo Rosten
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     Linus Pauling
  • "A sense of curiosity is nature's original school of education."
     Smiley Blanton
  • "Curiosity has its own reason for existing. One cannot help but be in awe when one contemplates the mysteries of eternity. Never lose a holy curiosity." 
     Albert Einstein 
  • "Perhaps the greatest virtue of man is curiosity." 
     Anatole France 
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     Freya Stark
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     Samuel Johnson
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     Leo Burnett 
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     Arnold Edinborough
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     William Phelps
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     Albert Einstein 
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     Anon 
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     James Stephens
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     Bryant McGill
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    Voltaire

     

  • "Be less curious about people and more curious about ideas." 
     Marie Curie

     

  • "Be curious always!  For knowledge will not acquire you; you must acquire it."
     Sudie Black
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     Mehmet Murat Ildan
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     Walt Disney
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     Anon 
  • "The whole art of teaching is only the art of awakening the natural curiosity of the young mind for the purpose of satisfying it afterwards."
     Anatole France
  • "There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy."


     Shakespeare's Hamlet

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Riding Rogue Ponies Into The Apocalypse, The Curious Elephant

At its most fundamental level, the story contained in the Biblical record is quite simple to understand as the Flow Chart at the back of the book shows. [Also see the chart at the bottom of the Feature article, A Tale Of Two Covenants]. It is totally and completely related to the two covenants, the one made with Abraham and his Seed, Christ and the law covenant made with the children of Israel and the relationship between them both through Christ.

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Bum’s Rush

It all began with Adam and Eve. For wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to the garden of low-hanging fruit. Of course in Matthew 7, it reads a little bit differently, “For wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction.” The low-hanging fruit part of the sentence above refers to the fact that in our society it’s made virtually effortless for us to take the path of least resistance, not seeking first the power and authority of God in our lives, but falling to the impulses of the flesh, which, being contrary to the Spirit of God, leads to destruction and death. It is this path of false promise, as Aldous Huxley pointed out in Brave New World, of phantom comfort and happiness, rather than truth and beauty, the high-hanging fruit, that our society ardently pursues.

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