Updated: And It’s Still A Mystery

Christians are intrigued by prophecy. We all want to know what's going to happen. But it's the wisdom of knowing the underlying theology that allows us to identify the prophecies that are affecting our daily lives. It also gives us the solid foundation upon which to build our faith [Greek, pistis, conviction of the truth], which is vital for getting our nations right with God. Very few Christians today understand, on an intrinsic level, New Testament redemption as it applies to Christians because its foundation lies in Old Testament Israel's legal tradition. Nor do we fully understand the significance of that first century Pentecost day, originally observed in the Old Testament, occurring weeks after the resurrection of Christ. This is the most consequential day in Christianity, as opposed to those two popular false traditions that lead us into perdition. There is wisdom, in theological terms concerning the plan of God, knowing that Pentecost is more important than the creation of Adam. It was the creation day of life in the Spirit of God rather than with the spirit of man, officially marking the beginning of the Christian age, which goes to the point of our mystery. [See Rom. 8:1-11]. Along with it came the good faith promise of eternal life in the kingdom of God. Yet, knowledge of it's origin before the beginning of time, and who was redeemed is absent from most Christian literature. Therefore, it is absent in our day to day awareness of who we are, and which prophecies concern us. As a result, and to our detriment, first century Christianity of the Biblical record remains a mystery. " ... we speak the wisdom of God in a mystery, the hidden wisdom, which God ordained [Greek, proorizōpredetermined] before the ages [or beginning of time] to our glory." [1 Cor. 2:7]. Let's draw back the curtain, and see what this mystery that pertains to us is all about.


  • "Why am I so curious? I don’t know. But I’ll find out." 
  • "He wrote as a young man that God's noblest gift was the gift of an inquiring mind."
     John Adams
  • "One of the secrets of life is to keep our intellectual curiosity acute." 
     William Phelps
  • "Curiosity is, in great and generous minds, the first passion and the last." 
     Samuel Johnson 
  • "The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity." 
     Ellen Parr 
  • "There are more things in Heaven and Earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy."

     Shakespeare's Hamlet
  • "Be less curious about people and more curious about ideas." 
     Marie Curie


  • "We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths." 
     Walt Disney
  • "Curiosity sets us apart from the average lump of dirt."
  • "Think for yourselves and let others enjoy the privilege to do so too." 


  • "Curiosity is the ultimate power tool."
     Roy Underhill
  • "I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious." 
     Albert Einstein 
  • "Curiosity is the one thing invincible in Nature."
     Freya Stark
  • "If we had known everything in this universe, we would have had to find another universe to feed our curiosity, because what keeps man alive is curiosity!"
     Mehmet Murat Ildan
  • "Seize the moment of excited curiosity on any subject to solve your doubts; for if you let it pass, the desire may never return, and you may remain in ignorance." 
     William Wirt 
  • "A person without curiosity may as well be dead."
     Judy Blume
  • "Satisfaction of one's curiosity is one of the greatest sources of happiness in life." 
     Linus Pauling
  • "People say: idle curiosity. The one thing that curiosity cannot be is idle." 
     Leo Rosten
  • "It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education." 
     Albert Einstein
  • "The spark of curiosity ignites passion in great minds." 
  • "Learning is by nature curiosity ... prying into everything, reluctant to leave anything, material or immaterial, unexplained." 
     Philo of Alexandria
  • "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 
  • "Curiosity is the very basis of education and if you tell me that curiosity killed the cat, I say only the cat died nobly."
     Arnold Edinborough
  • "Curiosity is one of the great secrets of happiness."
     Bryant McGill
  • "People die when curiosity goes." 
    Graham Swift


  • "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
  • "Perhaps the greatest virtue of man is curiosity." 
     Anatole France 
  • "I think I benefited from being equal parts ambitious and curious. And of the two, curiosity has served me best." 
     Michael J. Fox
  • "Be curious always!  For knowledge will not acquire you; you must acquire it."
     Sudie Black
  • "It is a capital mistake to theorize in advance of the facts." 
     Sherlock Holmes


  • "When holy curiosity is driven by passion, and critical thinking by perseverance, wisdom and truth emerge." 
  • "A sense of curiosity is nature's original school of education."
     Smiley Blanton
  • "Knowledge is not rooted in facts; it is rooted in curiosity." 
     Chopra/Tanzi, Super Brain
  • "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
  • "Curiosity is the deepest connection that we have with knowledge, wisdom and life. Incuriosity is cutting all these connections."
     Baris Gencel
  • "Curiosity about life in all of its aspects, I think, is still the secret of great creative people." 
     Leo Burnett 
  • "There are no foolish questions, and no man becomes a fool until he has stopped asking questions." 
     Charles Proteus Steinmetz 
  • "Those with less curiosity or ambition just mumble that God works in mysterious ways. I intend to catch him in the act." 
     Damien Echols
  • "Curiosity will conquer fear even more than bravery will." 
     James Stephens
  • "Curiosity is one of the permanent and certain characteristics of a vigorous mind." 
     Samuel Johnson

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Where Do We Go To See The Elephant?, The Hijacked Elephant

For the past several hundred years in particular, we have observed counterfeit days that have led us away from our heritage and birthright. These days, two most popularly, have grown in strength that to question their validity today would appear to make one look rather foolish. You know, sort of like saying about four hundred years ago, the Earth orbits the Sun foolish. But these counterfeit days contain one vital flaw within them. They have no duality. The days set aside by God for the House of Israel to whom Christ said he was sent, do have this one important feature. It’s just like telling counterfeit money from the real thing. There are markers. And the Biblical physical/spiritual duality is one of them.



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Updated: His Treasured Possession

We’ve mentioned in many of our articles and books that Christ was sent only to the lost sheep of the House of Israel as he clearly said to the gentile woman in the coastal areas of Tyre and Sidon. [Mat. 15:24]. There was a massive theological assault on the canon of the early church, so that by the fifth century, the Roman church et al had unilaterally chosen to redefine our Biblical identity, i.e., changing the truth into a lie. The creation of a theological "reality" that isn't true began that long ago. [See the Feature article, Moving Forward]. And while we as a people remain a treasured possession to our Lord and Savior, the love of the truth of the word of God and our relationship to God has long since been replaced by myths, lies and 5th century Churchianity. This is why Christ posed the question, " ... when the son of man returns, will he find faith [Greek, pistis, conviction of the truth] on Earth?" We need to wake up to the fact that the roots of our current day dilemma are theological, not secular. When we come to understand this truth, we can remedy our situation. Otherwise, we will continue to deal with its worsening effects.



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