‘Faithfulness’ (God)

‘Faithfulness’ (God)Another thing pointed out to me is that the story of Ruth shows that God is for ALL people, that Yeshuah is from ALL people. This means that God is talking to ALL people.

Faithfulness (God)

I† am
and
it is
therefore
you are

it is I†, the Lord Almighty†
I'm† coming until I† don't come
anymore
until I† seep deep
hidden away

you fail to seek the true light
you fail to acknowledge truth
you call truth 'a karen'
it is

you judge and criticize
torment and blame
you accept lies and deceit
you think it's fun to play
games
to do your manipulation
hide in the dark

you are unfaithful
not just to man
to ME†!

time is moving
getting closer
to what's deemed 'change'

I'm† settling a score
hardening hearts
pushing an envelope
using a punisher
to open unwelcomed doors

you, 'o arrogant peoples
wrestling amongst the feathers
worried the stuff will stop coming
worried the entertainment
will cease

tridant sora com

all these notions of time
breeding confusion
as My† hand moves
picking this nation
and that nation
watching each play its part
as deception smoothers truth

'o police nation
dawn your wedding gown
for the groom has groomed
and prepared the banquet hall
the master of plans
has moved His† hand
and the waiting period
is soon to be over

hold tight, hold tight
'o pitiful notions
straps of time
smart, uninterrupted moments
of time
broken one, two, three, four, five
five bones
five motions of My† hand
it is incomplete
it must be complete

drowning in breath
four and five
around your formula makers
around your currency
around your worldly missions
I†, the Lord Almighty God†
the beginning
the middle
the end
will skirt

I† have put a halt
and then a move
on placements of breath
in the cold and in the heat
you will know
it is I†
you will come out of your sleep
watch My† hand sweep

you will know
I'm† in charge of the rhyme
I've† sent you all these signs
to save your simple soul
from the corrode of time

the shipmate's call
has been sounded

it is I†, the Lord Almighty
I† have spoken

Notes: David chose a screenshot from November 9, 2019: Certainty of Visions The full picture and the rest of the screen shots pulled are below. The time stamp on the picture is 11:.09.2019.13.45.58.

The above is the original. The art of God is to the left of me on the water. Below there’s a woman leaning again a tree with her legs curled up to her chest with her arms wrapped around her legs. There are other parts of this painting as below.

This is the entrance screen shot. There’s a face on top of the white-grayish body.

The bottom screen shot is a blow up of the sun’s ray.

(March 7, 2022)―After ‘Faithfulness’ was given, He led me to the story of Ruth, the great-grandmother of King David. Interesting, for me anyway.

I’m going to share with you what the commentators of my Bible wrote:

‘In the midst of the wars, violence and bloodshed of these times, life proceeds rather normally for many Israelites. Like all people, the Israelites are primarily concerned with family relations and the eking out of a daily living. In sharp contrast to the national breach of faith in God on the part of the Israelites comes the account of personal faithfulness on the part of a woman toward her widowed mother-in-law. Of great interest is the fact that the woman is a Gentile―in fact one of the hated Moabites. When her own husband dies, Ruth chooses to be with her mother-in-law, Naomi, and with the Israelites and their God. Her choice brings her the blessings of both a new husband and a son, through whom Ruth becomes the great-grandmother of David, who will be king of Israel.

‘This beautiful love story shows the law of levirate marriage in a far better light than the similar story of Judah and Tamar centuries before, and foreshadows the grace which one day will extend to Jews and Gentiles alike through still another Descendant of this godly Gentile woman named Ruth.’

Of  course that Descendant would be Yeshuah (Jesus). The story of Judah and Tamar I have written about previously, but I’ll sum it up here. Tamar was married to Judah’s son who was killed. She wasn’t allowed another husband so she posed as a prostitute and Judah had sex with her. Tamar had Judah leave his staff behind. He did. Tamar became pregnant and the community wanted to stone her to death because she was an unwed mother. They brought the case to Judah, who was of course their chief leader and one of the twelve tribes of Israel. Tamar sent the staff to Judah. Because the staff told the truth of Judah’s sin, he couldn’t possible pose death on Tamar. As he said, ‘She is more righteous than me.’

It’s comical to watch those in this generation and all their misinformation about the Bible and the reality of it. It is more comical to watch those who claim to be holy and know the Lord and God. Yeshuah came for sinners. He was righteous. He had to be but not without struggle. He had to fight sin and he was tempted just as we are. In order of Yeshuah to be the one to take our sins away, He couldn’t be a hypocrite. He came from a long line of sin.

Another thing pointed out to me is that the story of Ruth shows that God is for ALL people, that Yeshuah is from ALL people. This means that God is talking to ALL people.

As God teaches us through the happenings of history, the accounts in the Bible and all books of history…He teaches us what is to come. As He is teaching us, His utopia…a world without sin…His kingdom.

You can read all of the visions, dreams and words, as well as see all the images and see the time frame in which they were given by clicking on Message Index.

Author: k. e. leger

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