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Posted - 14 Oct 2001 :  14:28:00  Show Profile  Visit Admin's Homepage
The Kingdom of God
as given in a vision to His Servant Lawrence
in the seventh month in the year 1982, Anno Domini

The Kingdom of God is like the story of the fatherless young man who had failed at all the ways of the world. His worldly business was bankrupt and he felt his life was a failure with no direction. He was broke and desperate, looking for a way out of his business problems and now was even looking for a way to feed his family. The world had failed him.

Even though he was not a fisherman, he took a fishing pole that sat in his closet for many years and went to the shoreline early one morning. This was the same place that he had spent his childhood, always loving the sea and finding peace there.

The water was unusually calm and quiet with no waves that morning. He saw small fish swimming about in the crystal clear shallow water and dropped his hook into the water there; but he had no money to buy any bait or shiny lures, so the fish paid no attention to his hook. Instead, they swam away from it.

Then a man spoke from behind him on the right side and said, “Those are not worthy of the catch. Take up your line and cast it out as far out as you can into the deep water, and there you will find a worthy catch.”

The young man reeled up his line to expose the small hook and said to the man, without turning to face him, “But I have no bait! I have no lure or even a small baitfish to place on my hook.”

The man answered him and said, “You don’t need a lure or other fish as bait. There are many large fish who will bite into the hook without this bait, but you must cast your line out into the deep to find them.”

The desperate young man thought this was impossible, but what did he know? After all, he was not a fisherman. Then he realized the man must be one of the old fishermen who caught the large fish from the shoreline in the early morning hours as he had seen when he was a young child.

The young man looked out onto the great sea. While the water at his feet was clear and the fish could easily be seen in the early morning sunlight, the further out he looked, the darker the water was. “But the water is dark out there! How will I know what fish are in this darkness? I won’t be able to see them!”

But the man at his side reassured him and calmly said, “Cast your line as far as you can into the deepest and darkest water. Trust me and you will catch a large fish.”

The young man thought this made no sense, but since he was not an experienced fisherman, he decided to do as the man said. He checked his reel to make sure the line was free, held the pole back behind him with both hands, and then cast the line out as far as he could. The line went remarkably far and somehow he saw the hook splash right in the middle of the darkest water. This frightened him a little. He could not see what was in the water so far out and didn’t know what kind of fish might be there.

After only seconds, the reel was whizzing quickly and the line was being pulled out at blazing speed. The young man shouted, “I’ll run out of line and the fish will be lost!” But just as quickly as the line had been pulled out, it stopped. The young man thought that it had broken or that the fish had gotten free from the hook.

As he looked out towards the dark waters, he felt a tug on his fishing pole, so he began to reel up the line as he had seen all the experienced fishermen do in his childhood. The more he reeled in the line, the more excited he was.

Without warning, a great swordfish, larger than any he had ever seen, leapt from the dark sea and came clear out of the water. This swordfish was immense and the young man was amazed at such a magnificent fish. “Look at the size of that fish, and look how long his sword is!” he shouted out.

The young man saw the fish go higher into the air. He could see its entire body and it had leapt up perhaps 10 or 15 feet higher than the surface of the water.

As he gazed at this brilliant fish, adorned with colorful scales and a sword that seemed longer than half his body length, something very unexpected happened.

The swordfish burst into every color of the light spectrum. As he watched, the colors grew quickly until the both the sky and the waters were covered with it. The colors of light became brighter and brighter with each passing second. It wasn’t like any light or color he had ever seen before. There were no words he could find that could describe the warmth, beauty, or intensity of this light. This cloud of light grew stronger and brighter until even the dark waters were now clear and full of the light. Where he could see nothing before, now he could see great and mighty fish swimming everywhere.

The light came to the shore where he stood and, as he looked to his left, the cloud of light encompassed all the sea, the sky, and the land. All that was had become completely encompassed by this bright cloud of light.

He quickly turned to his right to see who this great fisherman was, but he was no longer there.

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Here is the meaning and interpretation of this parable.

The fatherless young man was snared by the ways of the world as he had no earthly father to teach him the evil traps the world places before all who trust in its ways, for “We are orphans and fatherless, our mothers as widows.” - Lamentations 5:3.

In the judgment of the world, he has always been viewed as a useless failure and nothing more than an illegitimate child. “They slay the widow and the stranger, and murder the fatherless” and, “They are waxen fat, they shine: yea, they overpass the deeds of the wicked: they judge not the cause, the cause of the fatherless, yet they prosper; and the right of the needy do they not judge.” - Psalm 94:6; Jeremiah 5:28.

The man who stands to his right is the Lord, the Master fisher of all men. The young man knows he is there, speaks both to and with him, and hears him speak, but never looks upon him or touches him. For the Lord has said, “Blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed.” – John 20:29.

The small fish that were close to the shoreline were those who proclaim to know the Lord, but they cling to the world and are shallow men in mind and deed. They show themselves openly, acting proud in their false faith, so that the world will view them as holy men, but they are not, “For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ.” – 2 Corinthians 11:13.

They clothe themselves to be easily seen by others, but their words are empty: “Even so you also outwardly appear righteous unto men, but within you are full of hypocrisy and iniquity.” – Matthew 23:28.

Their hearts are full of deceit, even as they use the name of the Lord to perform what the world views as mighty works. As it is written, “For from within, out of the heart of men, proceed evil thoughts, adulteries, fornications, murders, thefts, covetousness, wickedness, deceit, lasciviousness, an evil eye, blasphemy, pride, foolishness: All these evil things come from within, and defile the man.” Mark 7:21-23.

These are not worthy to enter the Kingdom of God. The Lord has warned, “Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.” - Matthew 7:22/23.

These were once believers in the Messiah, but now are of the apostate and false churches who love the world: “Now the Spirit speaks expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron…” - 1 Timothy 4:1-2.

The young man is faithful to cast his line into the sea of humanity that has been covered in darkness, dwelling in the void created by the perverted doctrines that have entered into the Church. He does this without the false lures and baits of the world; that is, the riches of men. He casts his line by faith and not by the wisdom of the world, “For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He takes the wise in their own craftiness.” – 1 Corinthians 3:19.

The young man does not rely on the shiny gold and silver bait the other fishermen have used. Instead, he relies only on the Word and Spirit of the Lord to be the food (bait); which is, the Bread of Life: “And Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life: he that comes to me shall never hunger; and he that believes on me shall never thirst.” – John 6:35.

The fishing line is a guide for those who are held captive and blind in the sea of darkness, “And art confident that thou thyself art a guide of the blind, a light of them which are in darkness…” - Romans 2:19.

The large swordfish is the Word of God; the might and power of His Spirit Creation, Light, and Being: “For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” – Hebrews 4:12.

The Lord has caused His Word to cover the sea of humanity and to bring His Light to those who were held in darkness, for it is written, “Behold, he spreads his light upon it, and covers the bottom of the sea.” – Job 36:30.

The Lord is covering all the land, the entire sea of humanity, and the heavens with His Glory: “And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea.” – Revelation 21:12.

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September 26, 2001 Anno Domini

This vision was written and hidden for nineteen years because the Lord instructed that it was for an appointed time. Now, He has said the appointed time is come and to write the vision plain upon the tablets.

This vision was more of a reality than anything my physical eyes have ever seen or my hands made of flesh and blood have ever touched. I was brought into His Spirit and Light so that the Lord could show me these things.

He who is seeking the will of the Lord, let him have understanding: Our Lord proclaimed His Kingdom was in sight, “at hand,” nearly 2000 years ago. His Kingdom is truly within Us and upon Us today; it is all around Us and all about Us. But unless We are born of water and of fire, We cannot see the Kingdom of God that dwells within Us. How can any one of Us be the Temple of God, His dwelling place, and not have the Kingdom of God within Us? The Kingdom of the Lord is the Kingdom of Heaven where God dwells. So it is that the Kingdom of God is within you.

This is a desolate time as the spirit of the world has already entered into and over-run the Church, the Temple of the Lord, defiling and uprooting it, where the principles, foundations, and instructions of the Lord have been made void through the corruption of both men and women. Affliction is now come upon the world because the Light of Life has been hidden by the world’s evil within the Body. The world will suffer greatly because these things have come about.

There is Light within a man of the Lord, and this gives light to the whole world. Because this Light has been hidden and can no longer be seen, there is now darkness in the world. This is why the Lord has now cast a fire upon the entire world, and He will guard it until it is fully kindled and aflame.

You can be sure that no immoral, impure, or greedy person will see or inherit the Kingdom of Christ; the Kingdom of Heaven; the Kingdom of God. For a greedy person is really an idolater who worships the things of this world, but claims in blasphemy to personally know the Lord God (Ephesians 5).

The government of the current established Church received the Keys of Knowledge nearly 1800 years ago, but have deliberately hidden them so they might control the world and commerce. Because of this, they did not enter into His established Kingdom and have kept all humanity from doing so. The greatest abomination ever established against the Holy Spirit is the lie that God can be found only in men’s temples made of wood and stone.

In these present days of sorrows, those that have power have gathered to themselves the lands and riches of the earth for their own lusts, and do oppress the many who lack and hold them in bondage, and use them to increase their riches, and they oppress even the beasts of the field, setting up the abominable thing. But God is sending them his messengers and they shall proclaim His Laws that men have hidden, and those that transgress shall die.


He is not the God of the dead, but the God of the living: ye therefore do greatly err. - Mark 12:27

Manuel
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USA
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Posted - 02 Nov 2001 :  04:33:53  Show Profile
There is quite a bit of fear, for those who understand the worldly damage. The seas have risen two to three feet above sea level and the canals are up to the brim. The city is trying desperately, by installing huge pumps, to keep the water from backing in and trying to send it out back to sea.
How foolish. Nothing can keep the water from filtering thru the roots, fibers, branches, leaves and then to the fruits.
I am reminded of green trees. They are best harvested during no moon as to keep the weight down after logging.
One sees humans working away, putting up all these barricades against The Lord, not understanding that He is the Creator of all things. For as the blood has and continues to spill, so will He pour His Lawful judgment.
As humans have invented laws against His commandments, so will He Create burdens against the oppressors.

Dios Con Vosotros,
Manuel



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Manuel
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USA
762 Posts

Posted - 20 Nov 2001 :  02:51:39  Show Profile
Why Does This Serpent From The Sisten Chapel Have Breasts?
Found at:
http://www.abcgallery.com/M/michelangelo/michelangelo34.html

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A Dios,
Manuel


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