Friday, April 19, 2019

An Examination Of Biblical Duality And Its Relevance To The End Of The Age Part 3


Greetings to all who may happen upon this blog.  Since my last article, we have had quite a busy first quarter in the U.S.  Most amazingly it appears that the hypnotism of the magicians over the political eyes of some Black Americans has been stripped away.  The sorcerers glamour has cracked and the same tried and true tactics of the White political elite and their Black political gatekeepers per pastor Darby seems not to be a sure thing anymore.   Another surprising revealing as reported by the Daily Caller was the Democratic full frontal embracing of abortion up to birth where if the mother and family desired the baby once delivered could be resuscitated according to the Democratic governor of Virginia Ralph Northam.  Yes, dear people a staple of Baal worshipping societies is the sacrifice of babies.  It’s a very strange obsession to have.  This quarter also saw its share of devastating and historic snow and thunder storms.  Is the Most High trying to tell us something?  Well, Let us see if he is about to tell us something as I continue the examination of biblical duality and its relevance to the end of the age.

A pinned down Israel and its dual judgment and restoration

In the course of Israel’s history, he has always had trouble abiding by the covenant his forefathers entered into with the Lord God.  Whether without a king as during the time of Judges or with a king with the first installation of King Saul, the religious practices and ways of nations around him seemed ever a snare for him.  Therefore, God would always send prophets to let him know when he was really in the crosshairs of God’s pending judgment and urge him to repent while there was still an opportunity to do so. 

However, as books like Jeremiah, Isaiah, Ezekiel, Amos and others illustrate, a common theme in all of them is God’s judgment, but also his mercy toward Israel and Judah in their future restoration.  In all cases, where Israel and Judah is sent among the nations they are a reproach and a byword, taunt and a curse. (Jeremiah 24:9).  We see the fulfillment of this prophecy in the Black diaspora of the Atlantic slave trade, Indian slave trade or within the continent of Africa itself of those who are especially of the e1b1a ydna haplogroup.

Today, there are many Black Americans who have been awakened to their natural identity with those who adopt the heritage aspect of being Israel by rejecting Christianity and seeking to obey the laws , statutes and commandments of God as a way of correcting what they feel Christianity took from them and as a way to being restored to the land of Israel hence the 2019 four hundred year end to our captivity viewpoint of prophecy.  The flaw in the obey the laws, statutes and commandments group is the lack of specificity as to what transgressions of law led to Israel’s initial captivities by the Assyrians and then the Babylonians for the southern kingdom Judah and Benjamin. 

 Let us look at a few examples of what the ancestors did to anger the Most High. In Ezekiel 22:1-16, we are given an itemized list of Jerusalem’s transgression which led to their expulsion from the land.  It states, “Moreover The word of the Lord came to me saying, “Son of man, will you judge her? Will you judge this city of bloodshed? Then confront her with all her detestable practices and say: ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: You city that brings on herself doom by shedding blood in her midst and defiles herself by making idols, you have become guilty because of the blood you have shed and have become defiled by the idols you have made. You have brought your days to a close, and the end of your years has come. Therefore I will make you an object of scorn to the nations and a laughingstock to all the countries. Those who are near and those who are far away will mock you, you infamous city, full of turmoil.

“‘See how each of the princes of Israel who are in you uses his power to shed blood. In you they have treated father and mother with contempt; in you they have oppressed the foreigner and mistreated the fatherless and the widow. You have despised my holy things and desecrated my Sabbaths. In you are slanderers who are bent on shedding blood; in you are those who eat at the mountain shrines and commit lewd acts. 10 In you are those who dishonor their father’s bed; in you are those who violate women during their period, when they are ceremonially unclean. 11 In you one man commits a detestable offense with his neighbor’s wife, another shamefully defiles his daughter-in-law, and another violates his sister, his own father’s daughter. 12 In you are people who accept bribes to shed blood; you take interest and make a profit from the poor. You extort unjust gain from your neighbors. And you have forgotten me, declares the Sovereign Lord.

13 “‘I will surely strike my hands together at the unjust gain you have made and at the blood you have shed in your midst. 14 Will your courage endure or your hands be strong in the day I deal with you? I the Lord have spoken, and I will do it. 15 I will disperse you among the nations and scatter you through the countries; and I will put an end to your uncleanness. 16 When you have been defiled[a] in the eyes of the nations, you will know that I am the Lord.’

As can be seen from the scripture above, it is quite precise as to what some of Jerusalem’s sin were that would cause God to disperse and scatter them among the nations.  They were committing a lot bloodshed, trampling upon justice, and engaging in detestable lewd sexual conduct.  All behaviors unbecoming of a place that is suppose to represent the presence of God.  No where does it  just state that laws and statutes were broken without detailing how.  Similarly, Hosea 4:1-3 lets Israel know what God’s charge is against the inhabitants of the land, namely that there is no truth or mercy or knowledge of God in the land. By swearing, lying, killing, stealing and committing adultery they break all restraint, with bloodshed after bloodshed. Therefore, the land will morn and everyone who dwells there will waste away…(vs. 3).  The second flaw in not being specific about what laws, statutes and commandments our ancestors broke is that we don’t know exactly what acts need to acknowledged and repented from.

 I will continue part three in the next article for the sake of length.

 

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