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Kimberly Rogers and Laura Densmore team up as two “watchers on the wall” to report on the headline news this week as it relates to end of days bible prophesies.
Join us on the wall as we count down to the final 1260 days prior to the return of Messiah Yeshua!
Stories covered in this show:
Iranians Should Be Very Fearful for the Next 12 weeks says ex Mossad Chief: Israeli Threats Credible and Serious
IDF chief on Iran: All options on the table
Iranian Ayatollah: “War Within Weeks”
Barak: Nuclear Iran Far More Dangerous than Pre-emptive Israeli Strike
Report: US sees Israeli strike on Iran in October
Obama authorizes secret U.S. support for Syrian rebels
Secret Turkish clandestine nerve center leads aid to Syria rebels
270,000 Flee Aleppo As Battle Rages on
US Drought goes on: Corn Crops Withering: Discussion and speculations
No Chemtrails in sight in the “breadbasket” of US: could this be a “manipulated” drought?
Blueprint for Dismantling ObamaCare
Congress Setting Priorities for Defunding ObamaCare
DHS Prepares for Civil Unrest as Obama Poised to Destroy 2nd Amendment
Death From Above: Navy Drone Logo Features Grim Reaper
Wrap up and prayer: Psalm 86
To listen to the live report or download the recorded report click on –> “The 1260 Report.”
Hebrews 8:11-12“11 And they shall by no means teach each one his neighbour, and each one his brother, saying, ‘Know יהוה (Yahweh),’ because they all shall know Me, from the least of them to the greatest of them. 12 Because I shall forgive their unrighteousness, and their sins and their lawlessnesses I shall no longer remember (See Jeremiah 31:31-34; Hebrews 10:16-17.).”
The theme of the Day of Atonement is reconciliation, becoming at one with God through the forgiveness of sin. It starts the salvation process off. Each year, on the Day of Atonement, Israel’s sins were symbolically transferred to the Tabernacle by having the first goat’s blood sprinkled on it. The blood symbolically contained their sins. The blood was sprinkled on the Mercy Seat, transferring their sins, then, to God’s throne, where they were forgiven. That is the picture behind this.
So the author says that the Tabernacle, all of its furniture, and all of its ceremonies and rituals used to accomplish atonement (at-one-ment) with God were types. These symbols stood in their place with good purpose, but only until they were replaced with a more effective reality. Christ went into the Holy of Holies with His own blood.
Now we need to put this into a bigger context, the whole book of Hebrews. The overall theme of Hebrews can be described by such words as better, superior, greater. Chapter 1 begins by telling us that Christ is greater than angels. Chapter 2 shows us that the goal given to us in the gospel of the Kingdom of God is so far superior to anything man has ever been offered before that there is no comparison.
In chapter 3, Christ is far greater than Moses. Beginning in chapter 4 and on into chapter 6, the comparison is made with Aaron, and again, Christ is greater. In chapter 7, we find a comparison with the Melchizedek priesthood and the Levitical priesthood. The Melchizedekpriesthood is greater, superior, better than Aaron’s.
In chapter 8, the covenant is introduced. The New Covenant is superior to the Old Covenant. The theme continues right on into chapters 9 and 10, because they are concerned with the superiority of the sacrifice of Christ to the things of the Old Testament—the Tabernacle, its furniture, and all of its ceremonial systems. But they were only imposed for a time, until something better was provided by God. It is clear, then, that God’s intent with the sacrificial system was that it would only be imposed temporarily.
The meaning of the ‘new birth’ is a very comprehensive subject, for it so easily leads to other related subjects. My position is that ‘seeing’ the kingdom is synonymous with understanding or perceiving the kingdom. Unless one has received the seed of the woman, the King of Kings, one cannot partake of all that the kingdom is. In other words, unless one has received the King, one cannot receive the kingdom.
The use of the seed principle continues in Yochanan (John) 3:8:
“The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit.”
Trees proliferate by their seeds dropping to the ground and then are scattered by the wind. The following is a most provocative quote from the World Book Encyclopedia.
“Seeds are the most important part of the plant. The roots, the leaves, the flowers, the fruit, all exist so there can be seed … If the seeds fell straight to the ground beneath the plant (or tree) that bore them, they would be too crowded to thrive. The seeds must be scattered or dispersed … most seeds are scattered by the wind.”
This is most interesting, and is inserted right in the midst of a discussion of a birth that takes a seed to accomplish. Messiah reveals to us that the Word of God is carried by His Spirit. He goes where He wants to. The Spirit of God (Holy Spirit) is a term that always reflects the active, demonstrative presence of God. It has always been the Word of God that saves us. Nikdamon comes from a religious system, much like all religious systems, that teaches that salvation and holiness can only come from their religious system. The whole idea that reconciliation or redemption back to God comes from a place that one cannot tell or blows where it will has Nikdamon in confusion. It is not the nature of ‘deity’ of Messiah that is at issue here, but rather a revelation of the nature of the Word of God. In verse 12, Y’shua (Yeshua/Jesus) reveals to Nikdamon that He is using ‘earthly’ pictures to speak of eternal, spiritural truths.
Yochanan (John) 3:12 “If I have told you earthly things, and ye believe not, how shall ye believe, if I tell you of heavenly things?”
The Word of God is like a seed, a seed that produces fruit. The evidence of this new birth is found in the fruit that the seed produces. The evidence that one has truly come unto the ‘light’ of God, is made manifest in our deeds (fruit), and that they are wrought in God (vs 21). In Hebrew thought, the light is Torah and the darkness is the absence of Torah. Messiah, having been raised in this truth, comments prophetically in Yochanan verse 19, that men in general will love the darkness rather than light. Once our customs, our sabbaths, our festivals, our dietary and health laws are exposed by this light, we run to the darkness. We do this because our ways are evil, and the true light of God’s word exposes that evil.
I close with one simple request. Is the seed of the woman that which was brought forth from the beginning, in you? Are you doing the works of Avraham?
Yochanan (John) 8:39 “… If ye were Avraham’s children, ye would do the works of Avraham.”
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