The 7-branched Menorah is the personification of Jesus the Christ, who is the Light of the World. For this reason, each branch of the Menorah also equals each of the 7 Jewish Feasts. Both the 7-branched Jewish Menorah and the 7 Jewish Feasts are definitive prophetic signs about the redemptive ministry of Jesus the Christ. Furthermore, it is crucial that believers in Jesus the Christ fully understand the spiritual applications of the Jewish Menorah and the Jewish Feasts so that they can make a spiritual and moral inventory of their lives, for the purpose of ascertaining whether they are or are not prepared to be abducted—stolen away, snatched right out of this world. Without this necessary understanding, many who call themselves “believers” in Jesus the Christ could end up as participants in the Second Resurrection instead of being the blessed and holy participants in the First Resurrection.
The prophesied Perfect Storm—an unprecedented global calamity—is the evilness, a personification of the Antichrist, which will control this world’s economic systems, governmental and political systems, religious systems, and so forth. For this reason, the left-behind people are being forewarned that, if they do not have the right and intimate relationship with God, during the Tribulation Period, then it is highly probable that they will be caught unaware by an unusually intense “storm” pattern that sure enough will put their eternal lives in GRAVE danger!
It truly is time for believers to GET READY, and not just for hearing men and women’s sermons, or for taking part in an emotive frenzy. Instead, it is time for people to GET READY for the imminent Former and Latter Rains’ outpouring. In other words, it is time for people to prepare themselves for the completion of the current shift—“the cusp,” which is the transitional process by which the world totally enters into a new Astronomical Age (a.k.a., a new Zodiac Age or a new Great Month). For sure, the Lord is saying: “Get right CHURCH, and let’s go home.”
From the moment Frank Silecchia spotted this Ground Zero Cross, in the middle of the crater beneath WTC6’s rubble, until this present day, this intact crossbeam has been more than pieces of steel coincidentally shaped into an identifiable Christian icon. This Ground Zero Cross also is a symbol of joyous hope, enduring faith, phenomenal healing, and inalienable freedom.
Believers transitioning from having the Holy Spirit indwell them to believers being baptized with Him is what God wants believers to experience. He wants believers to begin with the “earnest” of the Holy Spirit and move on to the fullness of the Holy Spirit (the Baptism in the Holy Spirit), because the fullness of the Holy Spirit is the “seal.” Without a doubt, the “earnest” of the Holy Spirit is the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, an event that happens the moment believers are saved. However, the “seal” of the Holy Spirit is the fullness of the Holy Spirit (or the Baptism of the Holy Spirit), which is a subsequent event that, more often than not, happens some time AFTER salvation.
No one should doubt that there are indeed unidentified flying objects (UFOs). What people should understand, however, is that these extraterrestrial sightings are neither of bacterial-like organisms nor of outer space (distant galaxies) flying saucer traveling “beings” who are far more advanced than Earth’s humans. Biblically speaking, these UFOs are celestial sightings of either the elect angels (holy angels, who from ancient time to this very day are helpful to humans, which is why they often are referred to as guardian angels), or the fallen angels (those evil and rebellious angels cast out of Heaven with Lucifer, who currently are free to torment mankind).
We are not to fast so that we selfishly can use what we receive from God for our own current wants, or even our own present needs. Neither are we to fast so that we can hoard, for our own future benefit, what we have received. Instead, we fast so that we can overspend ourselves (pour out of ourselves) to such an extent that our helping others in need empties us, makes us become poor for their sake, just like our Lord “for [our] sakes…became poor, that [we] through His poverty might be rich” (2 Corinthians 8:9, KJ21).
The Apostle Paul’s focus throughout his letters to the Corinthians has been on the “church,” as a whole, and not on individual believers. That is why it is clear that his “unequally yoked” phrase has a broader implication than just suggesting that believers should not be “mismated.” The wisdom in his “unequally yoked” metaphor strongly recommends that believers should not be in ANY intimate union that is not effortlessly harmonious or not absolutely godly.