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“The End Of Not Yet Is Finally Arriving” – Part 6


Please read Part 6 after reading our heading and Part 3 that follows It.

The Missouri Riots in Missouri will end, but they will increase Worldwide

I know this will be true till Jesus returns at the final Armageddon Battle

Jesus takes up saved before wrath to return with them at 2nd Advent!

If you’re interested in this, please stroll down to Part 2 issued July 9, 2014.

I promised that at the end of Part 3 of the Series I planned to individually deal with the things appearing in Luke 21:11. I have waited for 40 years for what the world now sees happening in the Middle East and in worldwide world ethnic riots, as well as those that have already occurred in America, including the one now occurring in Missouri. I knew from many Scriptures that ethic cleansing, ethnic riots, famine, and pestilence had to one day dramatically increase, as the worldwide population rose higher and higher. How in the world did I know it had to happen?

I knew it as a Christian who believes the inspired word of Almighty, and as a man who is a Christian Scientist, whose eternally saved soul is daily being converted and trained in truth and true science by the spirit and word of Jesus Christ. And do allow me to those who believe God is dead or that he never existed, I an also a man who God caused to be educated in a Seminary, many Military Institutions of Higher Learning, Colleges, Universities, and I served in Vietnam when I could have gotten out of it by leaving service, but God let me know I needed to pay my dues, and I left my wife and pregnant wife with my Mom in Little Rock, Arkansas with 5 children. I tried to come home for a brief stay when he was born in December, via the American Red Cross, but they turned me down. Neither myself or my wife were angry about it because we both believed all things work together for good as God had taught us in Romans 8.28.

Please don’t criticize me for not getting out of service when I could have gotten out of it because I only had a few months left on my enlistment when I got my orders for Vietnam at the Military Severe Warning Center in the Federal Office Building Center in Kansas City, Missouri. I can take your criticism, because I have been, and still am, being educated by Jesus Christ. He indwells my soul as Almighty God and the Everlasting Father. I will tell you who I am today totally by the grace of God. By his Spirit in me through His Holy Word, Jesus has taught me that I am an unprofitable servant, but that he will never leave me nor forsake me. Jesus has been teaching me since I was eternally saved at age 12 to let his mind grow in me, just like Jesus informed Peter he still needed to be converted after he was already saved, scripturally baptized by John, and observed the First Lord’s Supper with Jesus Christ as a member of his New Testament Church. After I have pastured for 40 plus years God has changed me from a man who thought he could handle any problem with God’s help. God has converted me into a small, insignificant child who is not God’s helper. I am now a helpless child who trusts in the manger child to deliver the church I pastor, because Jesus has taught me who he is, but it took me a long time to understand it. I know who he is because he caused Isaiah to teach me Jesus is God. My wife and I learned who Jesus was as we raised our 5 girls and 2 boys. They all knew who Jesus was when her soul went to be where Jesus rules today. Both of us were madly in love from the day we met in Georgia and are still madly in love soul to soul. But we learned to love Jesus more than we loved each other. I thank God for the life he gave us together and before he put us together. I have enjoyed every minute of it, even in tribulation, and so did she. We are still madly in love Soul to Soul. We both believed what Isaiah wrote about Jesus.

Isaiah 9:6,7 – For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. [7] Of the increase of his government and peace there shall be no end, upon the throne of David, and upon his kingdom, to order it, and to establish it with judgment and with justice from henceforth even for ever. The zeal of the Lord of hosts will perform this.


“The End Of Not Yet” Is Finally Arriving – Part 3

July 10, 2014


Part 1 was put up on July 8, 2014

Part 2 was put up on July 9, 2014

In Part I, an exposition of Matthew 24:1-6, Mark 13:7, and Luke 21:9 was given.

In Part 2, a thorough exposition of Luke 21:10 was given as it related to its disassociation from 21:9, because by the use of “tote elegen” for “then said he,” it indicated that a new subject was being introduced, so that the “wars” of verse 9 are not related to “nation shall rise against nation” in verse 10.

Luke 21:9,10 – But when ye shall hear of wars and commotions, be not terrified: for these things must first come to pass; but the end is not by and by. [10] Then said he (tote elegen) unto them, nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom:

In Part 2, a case was made to show the root word “egeiro,” translated as “rise” in verse 10, means to “come to life, to rise from sleep, or to come into existence.” And I showed numerous Scriptures where it was used in order to make that point. A case was also made to show that the word “against” is “epi,” and that its basic meaning is “on” or “upon.” So the claim was made that “Nation shall rise (egeiro) against (epi) does not in any way refer to war, but rather the ever increasing number of nations that have come to life in the last 53 years, rising one upon another from the 51 charter members of the United Nations in 1945 to 160 by 1989, and to 200 in 2003. Nothing like this has ever happened in history. But I promised, at the close of part 2, to provide additional proof that “Nation shall rise against nation” does not refer to increasing wars, but rather to an increasing rise in the number of new nations every coming to life, and raising one upon another. And I will proceed to present additional proof at this time.

Immediately after Matthew and Mark list the signs that give the answer to the second question they asked him, which was, “And what shall be the sign of thy coming,” Jesus gives the general name for the four things he has listed in the expression, “All these are the beginning of sorrows.”

Matthew 24:7,8 – For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places. [8] All these are the beginning of SORROWS (ODIN)

The God-Breathed word for SORROWS is ODIN. You may look in any Greek Lexicon from any time period, and you will always find this listed centrally as the definition for ODIN – “The pains a woman suffers in the travail of childbirth, a woman’s birth pains.” The disciples knew quite well what ODIN meant. When the Olivet Discourse was written, they had no hospitals, no painkillers, and midwives delivered the babies. If a baby was lodged sideways in the womb, no one knew how to remove the baby through the stomach, and the mother and child died. The pain of normal childbirth is painful enough, but these men had listened to the shrill dying cries of women that traveled for great distances. They knew what ODIN meant. When true labor pains begin, the first pain hurts, but the next hurts a little more, the next more and closer to its precedent, and harder and closer, and harder and closer, and harder and closer, until finally the baby arrives. This is the manner the occurrence of the four things he listed as SORROWS would follow as signs his second coming was drawing near

The four things he associated with the “sorrows” that are to be signs that his coming is drawing near are: (1) nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom, (2) Earthquakes, (3) Pestilences, and (4) Famines.

Luke 21:10,11 – Then said he unto them, nation (ethnos) shall rise against nation, (ethnos) and kingdom against kingdom: [11] And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven.

Luke did not refer to them as the “beginning of sorrows” because he added “fearful sights and great signs,” which are not a part of the time of sorrows, but rather a part of Christ’s answer to the third question. They will mark the end of the world (the Gentile age), and are associated with the 2nd Advent of Christ at Armageddon. I will be showing why this is the case in future Blog expositions.

The number of new nations coming to life, and rising one upon another, started to increase like a woman’s birth pains at the end of World War II. Earthquakes started to follow the birth pains pattern in 1967. The pestilences began to follow the pattern in 1980. Famines began to follow the pattern in the early eighties, and continued to increase after 1993. I will deal with each one of these separately, Lord willing, in future parts of the Olivet Discourse, but Part 4 will deal with Luke 21:12 to 17, and I promise you will find it interesting.


“The End Of Not Yet Is Finally Arriving” – Part 6

Part 1 was put up on July 8, 2014
Part 2 was put up on July 9, 2014
Part 3 was put up on July 10, 2014
Part 4 was put up on August 11, 2014
Part 5 was put up on August 13, 2014
Part 6 is put up on August 19, 2014

The word “Ethnos” does not appear in Luke 21:9 because he is referring to the many wars and commotions that he knew would start around the long fringes of the vast Roman after his ascendance on the Mount of Olives.

“Ethnos”is translated as Gentiles (plural) 93 times, 64 times as Nations, 5 times as Heathen, and 2 times as People.

I am positive we are going to see ever increasing local ethnic riots and, by the time of the 2nd Advent, when they have climbed to a max in both number and intensity.

I know exactly why man’s heart has triggered ethnic riots and ethnic cleansing. I have listened since I was 12 years to man’s explanations of why ethnic riots and ethnic cleansing, Why I am certain I know the reason – The Lord taught me from His Word.

I was born in 1932 with a heart just like Jeremiah described, and I did not know that until I was 12 years old.

Many have never believed in Jesus and still don’t believe they have such a heart.

The ISIS does not believe their false God Allah has a Son, and they have hearts just as Jeremiah describes an ungodly heart. They have no conscience in performing the heartless act of ethnic cleansing.

Jeremiah 17:9,10 – The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? [10] I the Lord search the heart I try the reins, even to give every man according to his ways, and according to the fruit of his doings.

When God saves a Soul he seals it eternally, and then desires to convert it to HIS WAY, HIS TRUTH, AND HIS LIFE as the Soul lives the remainder of its life in its sinful physical body of flesh.

I Corinthians 15:50 – Now this I say, brethren, that flesh and blood cannot inherit the kingdom of God; neither doth corruption inherit incorruption.

Galatians 2:20,21 – I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me. [21] I do not frustrate the grace of God: for if righteousness come by the law, then Christ is dead in vain.

The ISIS ethnic cleansing is occurring in the Middle East because Islam does not know God.

The reason ethnic race riots I have observed since I started grade school in 1937 HAVE NOT primarily occurred because Americans did not know God. I believed there was a God since I was 4 years old when my Aunt Mae died in 1936, but I didn’t know Jesus until I was 12.

The local ethnic riot races are going to increase for several reasons: (1) All saved souls still have carnal hearts like mine and the world population has exploded since 1932 – More souls to increase local ethnic riots. (2) The sudden rise of the nations rising one upon another after World Wars Numbers I and 2 and the creation of the United Nations – More nations means more different ethnic borders which means more ethnic riots and more ethnic cleansing.

The word “ethnos” does not occur in Luke 21:9, but it occurs twice in Luke 21:10.

Luke 21:9 – But when ye shall hear of wars and commotions, be not terrified: for these things must first come to pass; but the end is not by and by.

Luke 21:10,11 – Then said he unto them, nation (ethnos) shall rise against nation, (ethnos) and kingdom against kingdom: [11] And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven.

Begin Excerpts from Wikipedia Free Dictionary

An ethnicity, or ethnic group, is a socially-defined category of people who identify with each other based on common ancestral, social, cultural, or national experience. Membership of an ethnic group tends to be defined by a shared cultural heritage, ancestry, myth of origins, history, homeland, language (dialect), or even ideology, and manifests itself through symbolic systems such as religion, mythology and ritual, cuisine, dressing style, physical appearance, etc.

The largest ethnic groups in modern times comprise hundreds of millions of individuals (Han Chinese being the largest), while the smallest are limited to a few dozen individuals (numerous indigenous peoples worldwide). Larger ethnic groups may be subdivided into smaller sub-groups known variously as tribes or clans, which over time may become separate ethnic groups themselves due to endogamy and/or physical isolation from the parent group. Conversely, formerly separate ethnicities can merge to form a pan-ethnicity, and may eventually merge into one single ethnicity. Whether through division or amalgamation, the formation of a separate ethnic identity is referred to as ethnogenesis.

Depending on which source of group identity is emphasized to define membership, the following types* of ethnic groups can be identified:

* ethno-racial group — emphasizing shared physical appearance based on genetic origins
* ethno-religious group — emphasizing shared affiliation with a particular religion (or denomination, or sect)
* ethno-linguistic group — emphasizing shared language (or dialect, or even use of script)
*ethno-national group — emphasizing a shared polity (cf. national idenity)
*ethno-regional group — emphasizing distinct local sense of belonging stemming from geographic isolation


“The End of Not Yet” Is Finally Arriving – Part 7

“The End of Not Yet” Is Finally Arriving – Part 7

August 21, 2014


Today’s City of Jerusalem will once again fall after --- leaves office, but it will not fall to another Roman Prince. It will fall to an Islamic Caliph Antichrist as he drives Israel into the Negev Wilderness, and Jerusalem will be trodden down by his forces for 42 months. Jerusalem will be retaken by Israel led by the Messiah when he returns at his 2nd Advent to end the final battle of Armageddon.

Revelation 11:2,3 – But the court which is without the temple leave out, and measure it not; for it is given unto the Gentiles: and the holy city shall they tread under foot forty and two months. [3] And I will give power unto my two witnesses, and they shall prophesy a thousand two hundred and threescore days, clothed in sackcloth.

In Parts 1 through 6, an exposition was given that covered Mark 13:1-8, Matthew 24:1-8, and Luke 21:5 to 19. Part 6 completed Luke 21:12-19 as an answer to the first of three questions the disciples asked Jesus, which are found in Matthew 24:3, the first question being, “when shall these things be?” They wanted to know what signs would be occurring from that time until the temple was leveled.

Matthew 24:3 – And as he sat upon the mount of Olives, the disciples came unto him privately, saying, Tell us, when shall these things be? and what shall be the sign of thy coming, and of the end of the world?

Part 6 ended with the exposition of Luke 21:19, so Part 7 will continue to answer this first question, beginning with Luke 21:20, which was a prophecy that was fulfilled by Roman General Cestius Gallas in 66 A.D.

Luke 21:20 – And when ye shall see Jerusalem compassed with armies, then know that the desolation thereof is nigh.

There were actually two surroundings of Jerusalem by Roman troops in the Jewish War. The first occurred in response to Menahem’s breaking open of Herod’s armory on Masada, after which he quickly distributed its weaponry to his fellow Jerusalem citizens and the wilderness bandits of Masada. The events that transpired after that are fully described in the account of the JEWISH WARS by Josephus, the great historian of the time. All of this culminated in the slaughter of the Jewish colony in Caesarea, capital city of the Governor, with more than 20,000 suffering death in the brutal slaughter. This event marked the true beginning of the Jewish War. The Jews, in response to this carnage, began their war against Rome. The Roman general Cestius Gallas was commissioned by Rome to put down the Jewish rebellion. He enjoyed great success in city after city, until he came to Jerusalem. After having put down the rebellion in areas north and west of Jerusalem, he came to set up his camp in a place called Gibeon, six miles from Jerusalem. Eventually, after several skirmishes, Cestius surrounded Jerusalem, and set his camp headquarters on Mt. Scopus. His troops kept the city surrounded for some time, thinking the Jews would surrender. Then, and even today, military strategists are amazed he did not attack the city, rather than surrounding it for some time. They say he could have almost walked into the city and the Jews would have capitulated. But suddenly he withdrew from around the city and headed north. When the Jews saw this, they took courage, and viciously attacked the rear flanks of his retreating army. The Jewish losses were negligible, but the Romans and their allies lost 5,300 infantrymen and 480 cavalrymen to death. The surrounding of the city, and the battle, occurred in 66 A.D., and incurred the wrath of the Emperor of Rome. Nero dispatched the Roman general Vespasian to Israel to put down the Jewish rebellion. Vespasian’s march across Syria and northern Israel is not pertinent to this exposition, so I will not list its events. He eventually smashed Jericho and all the smaller cities around Jerusalem, and would have gone against Jerusalem, but was recalled to Rome and declared Emperor in 69 A.D., leaving his son Titus in change of the Roman legions in Israel. Titus surrounded Jerusalem, and began his siege against it in March of 70 A.D., capturing the Fortress Antonia in July, firing Herod’s Temple in August, and desolating the entire city in September. The desolations of the Jewish War ended with Mesada’s fall to the Romans in 73 A.D., which had been in Jewish hands since being conquered in 66 A.D. by insurgents. So, when Jerusalem fell in 70 A.D., Vaspasian was the Emperor of Rome and his son Titus, as a Prince of Rome, came in like a flood and desolated the city, and until the end of the war desolations continued across southern Israel.

Luke 21:21 – Then let them which are in Judaea flee to the mountains; and let them which are in the midst of it depart out; and let not them that are in the countries enter thereinto.

After the first surrounding of Jerusalem by Cestius, Josephus indicates that “many of the most imminent of the Jews swam away from the city, as from a ship when it was going to sink.” It is quite likely that many believers left the city when he withdrew, and never returned, taking it as a fulfillment of the warning in Luke 21:20. When Titus came some four years later to surround it for the second time, some have written that very few believers were to be found in the city, since they believed the first surrounding was the sign of warning the city would soon be made desolate. However, since the siege began at the time of Passover, few believers would have been in the city. But there is no question that after Jerusalem was surrounded by Titus, it was made desolate some seven months later, and I am convinced this is the desolation that Jesus spoke of in Luke 21:20. In modern day terminology they were advised “to get out o’ town and head fo de hills, and don’t u’ cum bak no moe, no moe.”