The ever existing spiritual Father of all existence,
planned out, {Proverbs 8:1,22-24}
and then created everything in such a way,
so that He could both relate to His creation,
and demonstrate His love for His creation, physically, as the Messiah.
All the intimate desires of the Father are fulfilled via the Son.
Isaiah 53:1-12, 1 Timothy 3:16, Rev. 2:23

The ever existing Father has given
each and every creature free-will,
and therefore has allowed for sin and death.
To defeat sin and death
He subjected His own self to:
mortality, weakness, fear, pain, and death,
as the Messiah, {Matt 4:1-11, 26:36-45}
and yet while subject to those things
He did not sin. Hebrews 4:15

As the Messiah painfully died He thought of you,
and took the penalty for your sins. Isaiah 53:5-7
Because of His willingness to lay down His life;
John 10:17-18, we have free-will,
and yet sin and death are defeated.
Because the Messiah lived completely perfect,
and is the physical manifestation
of the spiritual Father of all existence,
three days after His physical death,
He physically rose back to life;
Matthew 26:12-32, Job 38:17, Psalms 16:10.
Belief that these things are true will lead you
to seek a relationship with the Messiah.
A relationship with the Messiah will lead you
to eternal life, even after death. John 11:25


John 10:30 "I and my Father are one"
1 Timothy 3:16 "The Father was manifest in the flesh"
Isaiah 43:11 "I, even I am the Lord,
and beside me there is no saviour"
John 14:9 "he who has seen me has seen the Father"
For; "unto us a Son is given ...
and His name shall be called Wonderful,
Counselor, The Mighty Elohim,
The Everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace."
Isaiah 9:6, [ Proverbs 30:4; ]
Numbers 13:16; (in original untouched Hebrew)
"Yahoshua", the Messiah from Nazareth,
born in Bethlehem; Micah 5:2.
The fulfillment of Exodus 34:9, Numbers 11:29
and Deuteronomy 18:18-19. [Isaiah 42:21]
{ Genesis 22:8, Ex. 33:11(Num. 27:18)
Ex. 33:18,20 through 34:9
Numbers 11:25-29 Deut. 18:18-19 Job 38:17 }

The Father set apart (made Holy) a part of His Spirit, before creation,
for the purpose of giving birth to and indwelling the Messiah.
Via the life death and resurrection of the Messiah,
the Holy Spirit of the Father is available for all mankind to personally interact with.
{Acts 2:38, Galatians 5:14-24}
The Messiah is clearly the physical Son
of the spiritual Father; Luke 1:35 John 4:24
{Jeremiah 23:24 Ephesians 4:6}


There is a invisible, intangible, spiritual realm;
1 Kings 17:17-22, Luke 8:26-39, Acts 23:8,
Luke 24:36-39, Colossians 1:15-17,
Ephesians 6:12.
The enemy seeks to keep us unaware
of the spiritual realm; Revelation 13:6, Acts 23:8.
The enemy is a liar, physical 'aliens' from other
'planets' are the enemy's great planned out lie.
{During Rev. 8/9 people will believe
that clear end-times events are instead
just 'asteroids'/'aliens'}
The truth is that the children of the Father of all
existence will inherit all things and reign forever;
Rev. 21:7-8, 22:3-5, 22:11-16, Matt. 25:34

{ Psalms 19:1-8, Joshua 10:11-14, Isaiah 50:3,
40:22, Rev. 21:18,21, Job 37:18, Enoch 80:7-8,
Psalms 104:1-5, Proverbs 8:12-27,
Genesis 1:1-2, 1:14-17, Isaiah 34:4, 44:24
Proverbs 30:2-4. kjv}

Part of the deception is to make us feel like we
have been "left behind", and that a President
or the Pope or an Islamic tyrant
is the final false prophet.
However; whoever it is that gets seemingly killed
and then seemingly reconstructed back to life,
is only a head of beast #1. Revelation 13:3.

Beast #1 is a kingdom with 7 major kings(heads)
and 10 minor kings(horns); Revelation 13:1-10
Revelation 17:8-12 ( Daniel 7:23 )
Beast #2 is the false prophet,
( Deut. 13:1-3 Rev. 13:11-18 Rev. 19:20 )
and he is the opposite of the True Prophet.
{ Deuteronomy 18:18-19 }
Matt. 24:24-26 ==
2 Thess. 2:3-11 == Rev. 13:14.
There may be years in between the two beats.
"the patience and faith of the saints" Rev. 13:10.
Matthew 24:9-13 and Matthew 24:48-51
will be precious passages during these times.

Resurrections, not a rapture; "from the four winds" "an exceeding great army"
Ezekiel 37:9-10 Jude 1:14-15 Matt 24:31.
[Isaiah 26:19-27:1 == Ezekiel 37:1-28,38,39 == Rev. 19:7-21, 20:4-10.
Psalm 58:10, 1 Thess. 4:15-17]
We literally "meet the Lord in the air"
to be part of the army prophesied in Ez. 37:10, Jude 1:14-15 and Rev 19:7-19.

"Whosoever transgresses
( disobeys the Torah 1 John 3:4 )
and abides not in the doctrine of the Son,
has not the Father.
Whoever abides in the doctrine of the Son
has both the Father and the Son."
2 John 1:9 { 1 Corinthians 16:22 John 14:21,
2 Corinthians 5:15, Ephesians 2:10-5:8, 1 Timothy 6:3-14, 1 John 2:3-4 }

Doctrine of the Son = Matthew 5 through 7
{ Matt. 7:28, Matt. 7:24-27 }
( also Matt. 23:8-10, Matt. 28:19-20,
Mark 13:35-37, Luke 6:27-49, John 13:34 )

The summary of His doctrine is;
Matt. 7:12, John 15:12 "love one another"
Which is the literal word of the Lord;
Exodus 22:21, 23:1-9, Lev. 19:9-34,
Deuteronomy 10:12-19
Isaiah 1:11-20, 58:5-10, Jeremiah 22:3-5,
Zechariah 7:9-12, 8:14-17

Do we make void the law through faith? Certainly Not.
We establish/fulfill the law. Romans 3:31

For in the Messiah neither circumcision
avails anything nor un-circumcision:
but faith which works by love. Galatians 5:6

For all the law is fulfilled in one word, even this;
love your neighbor as yourself. Galatians 5:14

Exodus 22:21, 23:1-9, Lev. 19:9-34,
Deuteronomy 10:12-19
Isaiah 1:11-20, 58:5-10, Jeremiah 22:3-5,
Zechariah 7:9-12, 8:14-17