Three Temple Ages Make A Plan

The plan of God connects the Old Testament to the New Testament with a unique pattern in the Biblical record. Christ's people written of by the prophets in the Old Testament are the same people of the New Testament. Yet, we New Testament people are unaware of who we are. We are not gentiles, nor are we Judah, the Jews. "As for you, Ezekiel, son of man, describe to the House of Israel [this excludes the House of Judah, the Jews1] the temple that they may be ashamed of their iniquities; and they shall measure the pattern ... the House of Israel, are My people says the Lord GOD [Yehovah] ... so He was their Savior." [Eze. 43:10, 34:30; Isa. 63:7, 8]. Consider this, our Lord Yehovah's command to Ezekiel is directed towards the same House of Israel in the New Testament to whom Jesus Christ [Iēsous, Hebrew origin יְהוֹשׁוּעַYĕhowshuwa` meaning Yehovah is salvation], was only sent. [Mat. 15:24]. It's the same House of Israel that Jesus Christ only sent the apostles to [Mat. 10:5, 6]. And it's the same House of Israel the apostle Peter addressed his remarks to on the first day of Christianity in Jerusalem. [Acts 2:36-38]. This is not coincidence. It's all part of our ancestry, and the plan of our Lord GOD, Jesus Christ from Genesis to Revelation of which our enemies want us to remain ignorant.


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The Duality of the Autumn Harvest Feast, The Hijacked Elephant
There are a total of seven high holy days throughout the year. Three of them take place during the sacred year beginning in the first month, which is Nisan. [Our March-April]. The final four take place in the seventh month of the sacred year, Tishri, our autumn, September-October. Christ’s return to Earth is the first day of the seventh month, which also is the first day of the civil year, the feast of Trumpets. It is no accident that these seven days were given to the children of Israel for observance as they outline God’s plan. Contained in all of them is the duality of the physical observance by Israel, and Christ’s spiritual fulfillment of them as he said.


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Seven Prophecies, Seven Churches

In our Sneakers article, The Context Of Prophecy, we discuss how prophecy is recurrent, that is it has more than one occurrence in kind. The same holds forth for the seven churches in the Book of Revelation. The description of the seven churches begins in chapter two of Revelation. But in chapter one, the apostle John was directed, “Write on a scroll what you see and send it to the seven churches in the cities of Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamos, Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia and Laodicea.” [Rev. 1:11]. In the first century, these churches were located in the region called Asia, it's the westernmost region of Turkey today, separated from Greece by the Aegean Sea. Most likely, they were churches begun by the apostle Peter. [See 1 Pet. 1:1]. The term strangers in Peter's epistle refers to the fact that those of the House of Israel living there were not native to those lands. And Peter was an apostle to the House of Israel, not Gentiles. [See Mat. 10:5, 6; Acts 15:7; also the Feature article, Moving Forward].


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