For all his trials, Frodo eventually prevails in getting the ring to Mordor with the help of his friends. The hobbits who are not aware of what is going on are the ones back at the shire who I liken to the 22,000. These are the people that would be too afraid to do what needs to be done to end the threat of Sauron. It should be noted that just like Gideon was given the task of delivering Israel, Frodo was given the task of delivering Middle Earth. It did not matter that he was a small being relative to everyone else and seemingly inconsequential. What mattered was that he was the one chosen to bear the responsibility of the ring. Gandalf knew there was some quality in Frodo that would enable him to bear the power of the ring. That is the way it is today in regards to God’s calling of a person for a specific task. Everyone cannot be the Moses, Gideon, Elijah etc. for the purpose of the culmination of the age.
One must be sure of his calling and that God is sending him for a particular task or the spiritual world will test him on it and possibly take him out. When the Lord appeared to Gideon, he told him, “ Go in this might of yours and you shall save Israel from the hand of the Midianites, Have I not sent you? I have said before that whom the Lord sends he backs with his power. Lets take a look at 2Chronicles 30 as an additional bolster to this assertion. The backdrop is that Hezekiah, one of the good kings of Judah wanted all of Israel and Judah to go to Jerusalem to keep the Passover.
He sent out runners(they must have had good lungs and been in great shape) with the message throughout Israel and Judah, but in some territories such as Ephraim, Manasseh and Zebulun they laughed them to scorn and mocked them (vs.10). However, some did heed the call and went up to Jerusalem even though they had not cleansed themselves and ate the Passover contrary to what was written. But Hezekiah prayed for them, saying “May the good Lord provide atonement for everyone who prepares his heart to seek God, the Lord God of his fathers, though he is not cleansed according to the purification of the sanctuary.” And the Lord listened to Hezekiah and healed the people. (vs. 18-20)
Once again it can be seen that God always deals with one person assigned in leadership for a particular task. Since Hezekiah was the king of Judah and it was his idea to keep the Passover the Lord listened to his request even though the Passover was not done by the book. It can also be seen that all of Israel was not needed for God to respond to the request of Hezekiah. Similarly, today and as with Gideon all of Israel is not needed to participate in the action that moves us into act 3 of the time and conclusion of the gentiles.
A Look At The Book Of Revelation And How It Fits With The End Of The Age
As I have alluded to before, the bible is a thematic book. There are other books outside of the bible that others have read and include in their interpretation and analysis of biblical prophecy. I state that I have not read all such books and frankly feel no need to do so. I have only read the book of Jasher which I have referenced in my articles. The reason why is because I have a good intuitive sense for certain spiritual matters and I always ground my analysis in reality and common sense. Secondly, given that the bible is thematic all extant books should follow the themes especially the primary one. What is the primary theme of the bible? The primary theme is worship.
The reason a lot of people get the book of Revelation wrong is that they do not consider this primary theme. Unlike some would suggest, we are not experiencing events in the book of Revelation in its literal sense. Contrary to what some believe, the new world order, secret societies, illuminati etc. cannot put us in the events of Revelation. Revelation continues the primary theme of worship and everything in it surrounds the idea of false worship. I do believe however, that the United States is a forerunner to the events of Revelation, the same as John the Baptist was a forerunner to Yeshua. She is definitely the daughter of Babylon and as such prepares the way for the Babylon of the book of Revelation. The reason for the rise of the two witnesses is this identity theft of the true messiah known as the beast which compels the world to engage in false worship. There is a lot of fantastical imagery and all sorts of events going on but when you get down to it, it revolves around worship.
As I have stated before Israel is the fulcrum upon which history turn-that is he is the centerpiece of the table of nations. Therefore, only Israel can put us into what I call the context of Revelation, into the crescendo of a finishing musical piece, into the return of Yeshua and thus restoration of Israel and the age of the priesthood. That is where I come in. At this moment I believe I can get this done with a minimum 300 true natural and spiritual Israel. I am like Frodo. My job is to light the fire of 300 Gideon like dynamites. It is to shake the heavens. I realized rather belatedly that when I wrote the article about What’s In Your Hand, that since I am the one with the revelation of it that I am the one with the rod of power, with the mantle so to speak for this particular task.
It is my job to pull the trigger, just give me some Sams and no Gollum’s and it will be done. Mind you I do not take such a task lightly because I know what it will entail. What I see in mind is so simple yet it is simultaneously difficult. I have to admit to being restless because having a prophetic call of this nature is not easy. It takes a lot out of you and is not without sacrifice. The kingdom of men is a wearying place, always so much to keep up with and do.
When my task is complete I would like to invoke the principle of the chariot. If I fall short Father can I still get a chariot out of here. I figure it never hurts to ask? Well, dear people and heavenly host, I have written a lot but not everything, but give me 300 like the men of Gideon and I will write my magnum opus. Until then may God (Yah for my Hebrew people) bless and keep you and cause his face to shine upon you.
To God always,