The Most-most

Life is a puzzle, put it together.

First 5 Books- The Torah -Jew’s Glory. Their relationship with Jesus makes them the richest, wisest Nation ever created, Chosen, gifted, and instructed in righteousness, The Covenant and Promise being theirs everlastingly.

Next few books, a time of the gentiles, or among them and the heathen…which quickly becomes chaos, corruption, confusion and widespread apostasy. Jews remain central in power thanks to King David who looks after and protects the Holy One’s Right to Reign~ Solomon, who is more of a gentile than jew, yet keeper of the Covenant Right and Blessing, the LORD is with him, yet Solomon is somehow unaware of his own divinity or seems so. They had to trick Solomon into even claiming kingship, whose kingdom they also knew they would betray, but must needs be established to fulfill Scripture…It is the only time in history a legitimate King has reigned over a legitimate Kingdom…Solomon falls into sin and worldliness as a "King." Makes some bad decisions, being led astray by lust and love…When he starts to slip and fall, we enter a time of Prophets, where they tell of Glory to come after destruction and many years of war and strife, Spiritually deciphering and relating Ages of mystical wisdom and relativism with the help of the LORD of Creation, all working toward and hailing a climactic Day of Judgment and the establishment of The True Messianic Reign…False Prophet and the devil working always in opposition of the same, and you get America, land of beautiful confusion and broken liberty. Now, many circles and "Ages" later, Christians and True Jews in the earth, still struggling to agree and bring the Kingdom to the world, and establish an Redeeming Mercy Seat. Mormons, corrupted by Pharoah’s influence and Joseph’s lies, or shall we say, "poetic license," eager to claim right to such, but unwilling to welcome Jesus in non-mythical form.

Jews, hesitant for lack of real worldly power (one can only do so much with legal and monetary influence when you come to the nitty-gritty…) can’t be blamed, just as they can’t be blamed for the crufixion of the Messiah 2,000 years ago. Must protect their own, and ensure line of present day and future prophets…The Spirit of God struggling to affect and be known in a world grown overly cold and cruel in iniquity and sin.

Every man, woman and child being an abominable, faithless deceiver, struggling in opposition to survive and maintain allegiance to even the self within a vast web or corruption, lies, and abominations.

Jews had called for his crucifixion, gentiles eager to carry it out, then claim allegiance after the fact, what follows is a Reign of Gentile Glory that, if truth be told, seems to surpass Hebrew Glory, but only on the surface. Chosen Jews, remain His True Glory, and here is why: He is not a Jew. Yet the Jews loved Him more than anyone else, or His own. Having greater Faith, Wisdom, Knowledge, Patience and True Virtue than any other nation or people, placing greater importance upon G-d’s Choice than upon national or blood pride or birthright…And when I say Virtue, I don’t mean moral uprightness or cleanliness of otherwise bloodstained hands, I mean devotion to G-d, the Father of Creation, whose Son had to be crucified at that time in history.

That is the "most-most" of and about the Jewish people. They are the most faithful and the most devoted people ever created, chosen and covenanted, by the Lord, Jesus Christ, Son of the Eternal Father, LORD of Hosts, G-d of Israel and the nations…

2 Nephi 29:5 O ye Gentiles, have ye remembered the Jews, mine ancient covenant people? Nay; but ye have cursed them, and have hated them, and have not sought to recover them. But behold, I will return all these things upon your own heads; for I the Lord have not forgotten my people.

About barzdovg666

I'm a revelationist/prophestylist, and lover and servant of HaShem of Hosts.
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