‘Gain’s Innuendo’ (Yeshuah)

‘Gain’s Innuendo’ (Yeshuah)…The reason My Father loves Me is that I lay down My life—only to take it up again. No one takes it from Me, but I lay it down of My own accord. I have authority to lay it down and authority to take it up again. This command I received from My Father.’—John 10:11-18

Gain's Innuendo (Yeshuah) 

do you understand
the threshing floor? 
is it comprehensible to you?

let Me†, Yeshuah†, explain

it is in nature
that comes the wrath
from plagues to storms
from violent winds to earthquakes
from biological disasters
to sickness of the common

but there's more
the hearts of men
hold the tools
for the strongest of wrath

do you know
who sends the wrath?

I† should tell you
because you seem to have forgotten
you seem to think
that earth moves
all by herself

here's a pointer:
God† is the instrument
who sends wrath

upon nature
He† is the sole instrument
upon man
His† use of satan is powerful
beyond man's comprehension

do you not understand
this yet?

where are you My† children?
where are the lost sheep
of israel?
what are you waiting for?

the wrath at hand
is great
it is beyond human understanding
the confusion has been set
all the earth
is in its wake

pray, yes, pray
but the wrath
is still moving

confusion wreaks havoc
on the mind
bring it to injustice
for the injustice it has done

keep on doing
what God† hates
and the confusion

the wrath of the Father†
is upon you
it will spread
throughout the land

wake up 'o sleepy ones
prepare your heart and mind
equip them with the tools
at hand

sleep well 'o restless ones
your pity is not counted
but your deeds
will be held
in accountability

keep warning them, dear prophet
those who know My† voice
will read them
all others are blind and deaf
by traditions and money

all their pretty grassed lawns
will turn to mud
all their high built homes
will slide down the mountain
the beautifully paved streets
will crumble
and earth will raise
her hands
and push out the new birth
of its wakening

rise, 'o earth, rise
hear the Father's† commands

be well, 'o servant of the pen
tell them what the Lord† will do

I† hear their moans
I† see their worship
singing high in song
dressed well in fine clothes
but I† also see
their hypocrisy
their arrogance
just as their first foot
steps out their well-built buildings

I† will crumble the most prestigious
of these buildings
where wealth roams its hall
and stain laces its windows
it scrapes to the sky
pointing toward Heaven
beautiful it is
its name bearing that of
My† prized student

come now, do you not believe?
you shall
you shall watch the earth split
you shall hear its howl
you shall feel its rumble

I† am warning  you
the Father's† foot
is soon to land
one toe at a time

be well in your hearing, dear servant
tell them it is so
a prophet holds the pen
a protected one
of great need

hear 'o peoples
I† have spoken
I† am speaking

the Father's† commands are accurate
an account is being 
called in
the collection is due
the first of many collections
on many accounts
the debt will be paid

I† am He†, the Son†
go in peace
then peace I'll† give you!

(August 4, 2023)―First, I’d like to apologize to the readers of these words. Any typos that are present are due to my short comings and they will all be corrected in the books that will be the result of all this writings. ‘The Good Shepherd’…the Scripture John 10: 11-18 that He directly led me to after the writing, which He directed me to start this commentary with.

‘I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for the sheep. The hired hand is not the shepherd who owns the sheep. So when he sees the wolf coming, he abandons the sheep and runs away. Then the wolf attacks the flock and scatters it. The man runs away because he is a hired hand and cares nothing for the sheep. I am the good shepherd; I know My sheep and My sheep know Me—just as the Father knows Me and I know the Father—and I lay down My life for the sheep. I have other sheep that are not of this sheep pen. I must bring them also. They too will listen to My voice, and there shall be one flock and one shepherd. The reason My Father loves Me is that I lay down My life—only to take it up again. No one takes it from Me, but I lay it down of My own accord. I have authority to lay it down and authority to take it up again. This command I received from My Father.’—John 10:11-18

He first told me to read. He has me reading the writings of Gad the seer. I was on a particular chapter and He told me to finish reading it. It was about when God told Gad to tell David that he had a choice of three options and whatever he chose would be the wrath for the sins committed. David chose the three days of wrath, a plague that killed 70,000. Trust me the other options where worse. This is how God works. He is the King…the Ruler.

I have been reading about the prophets, Enoch and the messengers. I suspect that The book of Enoch and Gad’s writings, in particular, were not included in the Bible because they speak about the messengers. In Enoch, he explains the giants in the Old Testament. It’s in there, the giants, but no one took the time to explain this when I was growing up. They just concentrated on Yeshuah and left the makings of God alone. Well, God is pointing out this to me in a big way. He says, basically, how can you presume to know His Son, when you don’t even know Him!

The messengers. This is sort of where David comes from. He’s already explained to me the Kingdom and its ranking system. And we have a chance to elevate or de-elevate if we choose. That was the explanation of having dejavues.

I’m not assuming here. He led me to the papers titled ‘Influences on a Dispersed People’ and ‘Hellenism and the Jews’ (both included below) for a reason. Read them so that you can understand, a little, how we got to this point. Just a small point: the synagogue was man’s creation, not God’s, so was all these church buildings.

Okay, with that said. I am nothing even close to what the old prophets were. I wasn’t raised holy or given to the Levites as a gift to be taught all about God and stuff. Of course not. Who is? Who on this planet is holy as they were during the reign of David? David wasn’t even holy. He was a sinner, like me, but he did a lot worse. So did Judah.

That leads me to the lessons God is always putting before me. I was in discussion today, and I imagine it has something to do with all this that was given this morning. The discussion led to the rapture. I’m taken aback when someone brings this us because I first forget who is doing the directing. Of course, God is. The rapture is important to Him. He had me write about in detail in 2019. And after that, there was a number of lessons about this for God and Yeshuah.

Another thing that was brought up was the 144,000 and the Jews in Israel. Yeshuah addresses this today and then He had someone speak what they were taught. It is no longer about the ‘Jews’ except they refuse to accept Yeshuah because of how God used them, tested them. Excuse me for being so lame, but everyone seems to have forgotten what God told Abraham. He told him that he would become the father of ‘how many’? Do you remember? Go back and read. Those off-springs populated the world in every direction. I read back in 2019 about the ’10 loss tribes’. God had me write about this. They aren’t lost. Where do you get your genius from? I know there are people out there who know this. But talking to an older person who says they know God and Yeshuah and then telling me this stuff about the rapture and the 144,000 and it is NOT what God nor Yeshuah said. How do they all miss read?

Yes, I’m being blunt but I can’t seem to comprehend how did so many get it wrong?

If you are reading this, if you have been open to the hear, then you are part of those ‘lost tribes’. I am as well. The tribe of Asher to be clear and Yeshuah explained it to me in detail. Part of my tribe was sold to Europe, across the Mediterranean, mostly to France. You are either part of Esau or part of Jacob. How about them apples? Some are worse. Like one of Noah’s boys who spread out bad blood, part of the bigger plan that we know nothing about and will never know about it.

The point I am making, God is making, is that man does NOT know. They only guess at this and everyone reads them, like the ‘rabbis’ who emerged from the priest, the REAL priest of God, and set out to input their own interpretations and they weren’t right. Most did it for status, popularity. They gave what the people wanted so that they could enjoy their wealth. Don’t you get this by now?

Yeshuah came in the heat of this when so much was being lost to greed and arrogance. An easier way had to be paved because too many sheep where being led by bad shepherds.

Today, it is much worse. Not even the 1950s or even the 1980s can even compare to the false shepherds of today, the false instruction, the false prophets, the false of so much! God tells me that what I’m given is not really for you because only a few will actually see God in all that He gives. He said that it is all for the future, a future generation of those of us who understand who God is and who Yeshuah is; those of us who understand the messengers are real, that the Kingdom exist. And that is really sad.

Figure out who the 144,000 will be and you are on your way to preserving in the memory of young children, because when those 144,000 are present on Earth, there won’t be anyone enjoying the comforts of a good Bible or reading it anywheres because they won’t know what the Bible was!

He said we are going into a dark period, not just a part of the world, all of the world! I can’t stress this enough.

He fixed my heart. Yeshuah, the Physician, has given me the recipes for two soups that make the pain I usually suffer disappear. I didn’t make that up. I couldn’t possibly know this. He helped me because I hear Him.

I saw the extraordinary bright orb, Yeshuah, right on the side of me. I saw the visions, all of them. I saw Yeshuah. He told me His name was Yeshuah. I didn’t know that name existed before that day. I didn’t even know how to spell it. He showed me. I never heard of Tetragrammaton. I never knew that God has so many names but Tetragrammaton, YHWH, His most holy is the name He wants me to call Him. To the point of coming every day and making me say it until I knew how to say it by myself and without having to look it up. I didn’t know this name existed!

I can’t make you understand. I can’t make you believe. I want you to believe. I want you to go to the Kingdom of Heaven with all my heart and all my soul, but I can’t force anyone, even my own children. You have to make the choice on your own and I will not deter that choice. I present all writings and all the wonderful visions and divine things that He shows me and wants me to share. I present it all the best way I can. I am not trained to be a priest. And I doubted what was happening to me and wanted to believe others who said that all of this was ‘just’ for me. No, it is not. I’m His servant. And He is giving due warnings for you that is not really for you because He already knows you will not listen.

I don’t consider myself holy. God says I am. I wear makeup. I paint my nails. I like cigars and I drink a bit of rum in my tea every night. I’ve sinned. I am a divorced woman whose had lovers. But I never faltered in my love for God. I knew all along that He was the captain of my ship and I did what He said. He said walk away from my house, I did. He said fight for the sweet man and I did, so much that I left everything behind and went to the desert, where God, Himself, said I shed my sins to the desert,  and He drove me to move to a place where the spring waters flow from the mountains, and Yeshuah said to me, ‘I bring you to the living spring water.’

No, I cannot make you understand, nor believe. I can reveal to you even knowing that you can’t see, nor hear. They send a LOT of words and I have my notebooks, which prove that when that pen hits the page, it does not stop until they stop. The visions, the signs, the writings, the Scriptures they send me to after the writings…the future will know what you refuse to understand: God and Yeshuah are speaking to their servant and she warns you but you refuse to hear.

 The photograph David led me to is from November 11, 2019: The Avenging Angel. This day was a very unusual day. David led me to a place I didn’t know existed and the photographs…well, they are extraordinary. And the one he chose I just didn’t get until a series of events that took place pretty much right after each other after he chose the picture. So, I was going to ask for another choice of photographs because, come on, it’s a parking lot. But he said to, ‘look’. Suddenly, my hand shook or something which prompted my mouse to drag the arrow at the bottom of the screen and the photograph was enlarged…a lot! So, I saw the green, which at first I thought was a shadow, then I decided to screen shoot it and share it and I couldn’t figure out how. I wore out my keyboard and I’m working on a new one and the buttons are a little different. So my eyes kept being drawn to this square box with a plus sign on it, so I pressed it. Damn, a screen shot was taken. Then, I still don’t know how…I was trying to figure out how to save it and my mouse grabbed the pen, which didn’t look like a pen and it drew the red line! I left it. Nothing happens by chance. Stranger things have happened, so I’ll leave the rest to you. Note: I had to shrink it in order to put it here, but I have the original screen caption saved.

Influences on a Dispersed People―It is easy to think that after the exile, all the Jews in Babylonia return to Palestine. That is by no means the case. Many Jews choose not to return and are still living in Babylonia, Egypt, and other areas as well. Those who have been assimilated into other cultures have been influenced in a number of ways, including their religious beliefs and practices. With the Hebrew language rapidly giving way to Aramaic and other languages, there is waning interest in reading the Torah as the Law of Moses has come be known. Thus, the law’s influence itself has diminished. That fact, combined with local eating habits, has led many Jews to ignore the strict dietary rules imposed on them by the law.

Of course, local religious beliefs have a profound effect, as already seen when the Jews intermarried with those involved in idolatry and various pagan practices. Also of significant impact are the Persian beliefs in astrology and the occult. As a result, when many Jews read their Scriptures in this postexilic period, they attach special meanings to any passage dealing with demons and angels, or light and darkness. The Torah is gradually being mystified in the eyes of many. A good example is found in the apocryphal book of Tobit, in which Persian Zoroastrianism and pagan demons are promoted.

One of the most disastrous influences of Persian origin is the belief that God is an aloof, impersonal god. It does not take long for any Jew, or non-Jew for that matter, who accepts this notion to have difficulty with Isaiah’s prophecy that the Messiah would be called Immanuel―that is, God with us.

With these and other cultural threats becoming increasingly apparent, the more orthodox Jews take steps to combat the pagan influences. And, yet, ironically, the steps they take are not particularly in the direction of the very law they are trying to preserve. They, too, are victims of their strange environment. Under the law, the temple is to be the center of their sacrificial form of worship, and priests have the responsibility of teaching the law to each generation. Yet, during the exile, and even after its end in areas other than Palestine, there is no temple, and sacrificing is often politically impossible. Substituting as best they can, the faithful begin to emphasize prayer and the inward sacrifice of the heart. The temple is replaced by an institution known as the synagogue, where the people gather for singing, prayer, and discussion of God’s laws. Ezekiel’s house in Tel-Abib of Babylonia may have been a prototype, and Ezra’s assembly for the reading of the law may have given impetus to the synagogue movement even in the shadow of the reconstructed temple. And the further away from Jerusalem one might go at this time, the more synagogues he would find.

The synagogues themselves foster changes in the Jewish religion. First, to be noticed is the declining role of the priest, and his replacement by those known as rabbis. The rabbis are men whose superior knowledge of the law has set them in positions of great respect as the teachers in the synagogues. The fact that they gain such respect, oddly enough, leads to a second, and most significant, link in the evolution of Judaism. That link is the rise of sectarianism. The synagogues lend themselves readily to both special-interest groups and different schools of thought, which are no longer under the direct influence of the priestly line of authority.

Another extension of the rabbinical movement is the development of the many written interpretations of the rabbis and the often greater importance attached to these writings than to those of the Torah itself. The first collections of these writings, knows as the Midrash, is closely linked to the Torah. However, later collections will begin to incorporate oral traditions without such direct ties.

One final important development at this time is the beginning of so-called remnant theology. With paganism and secularism bringing about a compromised theology, the more orthodox are beginning to think the unthinkable. Perhaps there are Jews who are ‘erring Jews’―which, when interpreted, really means they are not true Jews at all! Of course, this radical idea hardly touches ground before the next logical question is asked: Who then is the faithful remnant? Predictably enough, each of the sects believes that its own special teachings and understandings of the law qualify them―and perhaps only them. The irony of it all is that there are those in Palestine who also take up the faithful-remnant cry. They in turn condemn even the more orthodox Jews in Babylonia for not returning to the land of promise and, presumably, for abandoning temple worship in favor of these unauthorized synagogues!

As all these changes are starting to have their impact on Judaism, the Persian Empire is slowly crumbling around the Jews in Palestine and those who are dispersed. From the time of Artaxerses’ death, in 424 B.C., the Persian throne is both shaky and bloodstained. Over the following century, intrigue, assassinations, and coup after coup will take place in Susa. The final fall of the empire will come in 330 B.C. at the hands of Alexander the Great of Macedonia. Under Persian dominance they have had both relative peace and official cooperation―even encouragement. In the Years to come, they will not always be so blessed.

 Hellenism and the Jews―Even before the fall of the Persian forces under Darius III at the great Battle of Arbela, Alexander sweeps through Syria, Palestine, and Egypt. It is during this time, that he finally and completely destroys the city of Tyre, ending any doubt as to whether Ezekiel’s prophecy would be fulfilled. He also establishes a new city on the Nile to take its place. That city, appropriately named Alexandria, will become a significant center of Greek influence. And because a large number of Jews will eventually be citizens of Alexandria, the Greek Hellenistic culture will have a profound effect on both the Jewish people and their religion for centuries to come. Therefore, by 332 B.C., Jews in both Egypt and Palestine are feeling the effects of still another foreign dominance. Apparently, Alexander permits the Jews in Palestine a measure of self-rule, and generally views them with favor.

In later centuries, Alexander’s military victories will become legendary. After crushing the Persians, Alexander pushes on as far as the Ganges River in India, thus linking together for the first time the cultures of both East and West. For a God who works through history, this may well be a providential step in the divine plan, because alone with Alexander’s military dominance goes the Hellenistic culture, and along with the culture goes the koine Greek language. Its universality in future years will be of inestimable value in spreading to the known world the good news of the Messiah’s coming.

When Alexander dies, in 323 B.C., there is a classic power struggle and land grab among his generals. In brief, the Ptolemies take control over Egypt and the Seleucids end up with Syria. It does not take long to realize who is caught in the middle―the Jews in Palestine. Ptolemy I captures Jerusalem and takes a number of Jews to colonize Alexandria. He gives them full citizenship and encourages Jewish scholarship. Here for the first time, many Jewish intellectuals come under the influence of Greek philosophy with its logic and abstract concepts. The effects will soon be seen. In addition, Alexandria becomes the source of several of the apocryphal writings. Perhaps the most significant outgrowth of this intellectual community comes during the reign of Ptolemy II, who commissions a Greek translation of the Old Testament for the great library of Alexandria. Over the next 300 years, this Greek version, known as the Septuagint, will virtually replace the use of the Hebrew manuscripts.

While the Ptolemies and their Hellenism are proving to be in many ways advantageous to the Jews, the Seleucids have an altogether different view of how Hellenism ought to be used. And ,unfortunately, they mange to take Palestine away from the Ptolemies, at least, from time to time. Throughout the second century B.C. there is a tug-of-war over Palestine, which gives the Seleucids on-again, off-again control over the Jews there. In 190 B.C., the Seleucid king, Antiochus III, is defeated by an emerging world power―Rome. Rome has just emerged from 65 years of Punic wars with Carthage and a magnificent victory in 201 B.C. over the famed General Hannibal. Now it has cast greedy eyes on Greece. In order to concentrate entirely on Greece itself, Rome makes a pact with Antiochus IV and permits continued rule over Syria and Palestine. This Seleucid ruler, whose name is Epiphanes, is one of the cruelest men to ever hold public office. His idea of extending Greek influence and paying the heavy tribute he owes the Roman emperor is not exactly the friendliest gesture to a conquered nation. He begins by selling the office of high priest, then builds a gymnasium for naked athletes, confiscates property, loots the temple, and haughtily sacrifices a pig on a pagan altar he has erected there.

The pig may have been the last straw for the group of Jews called Maccabeans, under the leadership of Mattathias. They begin a running guerilla warfare, which lasts from 163 to 143 B.C. Epiphanes response is to massacre 1,000 Jewish soldiers in his army who refuse to fight on the Sabbath. With the help of the pious Hasidim sect, the Maccabeans finally achieve a Jewish dynasty under John Hycranus in 135 B.C.  Of course, they exercise a fairly tenuous self-rule under the watchful eye of Rome, but for the next three-quarters of a century, at least, it will be a refreshing break in the action for a beleaguered nation of Jews.

As they savor the temporary return to power, which they have achieved, and reflect on some 50 years of brutal persecution, the Jews surely must be thinking more and more about their national destiny. At this point, they have come a long way from the early days of restoration and its hope of a politically strong kingdom. If they were ever any doubts about what kind of Messiah is needed, they are all gone now. It is clear that what Israel needs now is a strong political and military leader―perhaps someone like Alexander the Great. After all, it is only a matter of time before the Romans are free to turn their attention to Palestine. And when they do, even the brave Maccabeans will be no match for the Roman legions. Without doubt, the Jews’ only hope is the coming of the conquering king they have been promised, and what better time than now? It may be this very thing which, just over a century from now, will be a significant factor in how the Jews of that day react to an unassuming Man of peace who claims to be their King.

Author: k. e. leger

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