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The writer of the Gospel of John – John, the brother of James – left for us clues throughout his gospel that he was an eyewitness to the events written in the Gospel of John.  He recorded the first words Jesus said to two disciples of John the Baptist in John 1.39, telling us one of them is Andrew, Simon Peter’s brother, and that Andrew went and found Simon, saying, “We have found the Messiah,” …and he brought him to Jesus.  And then the next day, Jesus found Phillip and said to him, “Follow Me.”  However, if Andrew was one of the two and Peter was not the other, then that can only leave John or James… and since it is John whose name is on this gospel, then it is not James.

And in his account of Jesus’ burial, he recorded that not only did Joseph of Arimathea ask Pilate for the body of Jesus, but Nicodemus, the man Jesus first told John 3.16-18 to, had brought a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about seventy-five pounds.  It is these details of his recording ‘seventy-five pounds’ that tells us John was there at the burial to see them lay Jesus’ body into the tomb.  Peter and the other nine were not there.  John mentioned only himself at the crucifixion, and referred to himself as …the disciple whom He loved standing nearby.  He gave a detailed description of how they wrapped Jesus’ body:  Taking Jesus body, the two of them wrapped it, with the spices, in strips of linen.

On resurrection morning when news of the women came to them, John and Peter both ran to the tomb and John arrived there first and recorded in detail all he saw:  Early on the first day of the week, while it was still dark, Mary Magdalene went to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the entrance.  So she came running to Simon Peter and the other disciple, the one Jesus loved, and said, “They have taken the Lord out of the tomb, and we don’t know where they have put Him!”  So Peter and the other disciple started for the tomb.  Both were running, but the other disciple outran Peter and reached the tomb first.  And he noted:  Finally, the other disciple, who had reached the tomb first, also went inside.  He saw and believed.  (They still did not understand from Scripture that Jesus had to rise from the dead.)  Then the disciples went back to their homes…

Herein lays the unconceivable and that which is beyond comprehension.  John saw and believed… and went home.  What did he see?  What did he believe and what did he do?  We spoke earlier of men’s unbelief, but now we read of John’s belief and the actions that followed that belief—amazing, isn’t it?  Our advantage of hindsight would tempt us to say we would have gone on to Galilee, especially if we saw and believed as John did… and certainly not have gone home.  And if we had gone home… the second message, the one from Jesus through the women, surely would have spurned us into action… surely if we were John, having seen and believed, we would go to Galilee.  Well, John saw, believed and heard… but did not go.  If that happened to John, then be prepared for it to happen to all of us when it is our turn to see the unbelievable, the impossible that causes us to believe, and hear the message that confirms our faith.  You can be certain that there is every possibility, like John, our actions would betray everything we have seen, believed and heard.

Now being forewarned is to be prepared so that hopefully we might remember when the time comes, when it is our turn to go where the Lord has commanded us to go so that when we see the evidence, believe the evidence and hear the message reminding us what we have heard before, we will go where we are told and not hide as they did.  For, if Peter, John and the other disciples were tempted to hide behind locked doors when they thought the Jews were after them or even the Romans, then rest assured, the temptation for each and every elect to run and hide behind locked doors, or in some dark cave or wilderness will be there.  A temptation that would have us remain where we are instead of going to where we are told.

Two thousand years ago, John did the inconceivable… he saw, he believed, he went home and he stayed home and did not go to Galilee that morning.  Now in the next few years, every one of us will come to the place where we will also do the inconceivable.

As the miracles and signs and wonders continue to increase and multiply in this final release of grace, mercy and compassion, ordinary people will be doing the impossible and the inconceivable.  The blind are seeing and the lame are walking already, and soon the food multiplication will be commonplace and even the greater things will happen, while, as the words of Jesus continue to be fulfilled, the wars and disasters will continue to increase until all governments are exhausted, and well meaning and well wishing men and women give up and insulate themselves for they can do no more.  For both good and evil, more and more inconceivable actions will be done… more inconceivable good and more inconceivable evil.  The battle between those who do good and those who do evil will increase in intensity, and the use of supernatural, spiritual and miraculous powers, real and counterfeit, will increase as good battles evil and evil battles good and bring death to all who do good or evil.

As the ability to do more increases even for the elect, the temptation to take what we have been given to do good with what we have will be overwhelming and will be the downfall of any elect… for the doing of good brings only death also, and you have been called, chosen and elected not to do good, but to do what is perfect, merciful and compassionate to bring life, even the Life Himself, back to this dying Earth.  Paul wrote:  Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.  That statement leads only to death unless one remembers that Jesus said, “No one is good.  God alone is good.”  Which means the only way to overcome evil is with God… that is, overcome evil with God.  So many well meaning ‘good’ people who have tried to help, tried to change the behaviour of humans and to minimise the effects of evil by doing good with charity, with policies and with science, have all failed and died.  The man who invented dynamite for the good of mankind so we could build roads faster is a prime example of those who do good, but have found what they have done has brought forth evil.

Thus, what you are about to see and hear… what you believe, is not given so that you may go home and do some good, but given to you like it was given to John so that you may go and meet with Jesus and see the glory He had with His Father before the creation of this world… and having seen, it might spur you onto that which has been conceived in God’s mind for men… to have Christ return and reign a thousand years on this Earth in total peace, harmony and prosperity.

So, do not take that which is about to be shown to you and told to you to do what is inappropriate and inconceivable… no matter how good it seems and no matter how much men approve or disapprove of it.  Just as John saw, believed and heard, but did not go, it is firstly possible for an elect to be shown the glory of the Kingdom of God and His King, to believe and then to do that which is not acceptable.  It is still possible for any elect to come to the place to have seen and know, who can do the impossible and still… just go home and hide and wait for Jesus to come.  To take all that has been taught you and shown you and treat it as some storybook you have read and put it aside.  Many will come and see and learn, but then do nothing.

However, likewise… a second group of elect will take the same experience, use all they have seen, heard and believed, and begin to do things no eyes have seen, to speak what no ears have heard and no mind has conceived, for some will begin to prepare for the arrival of Jesus proactively… just as John should have gone to Galilee and taken Peter with him screaming and protesting.  It would be for John to go to Galilee and to see for himself once and for all the fulfilment of everything that he has ever heard Jesus say… to see Him risen, to see Him glorified and to see Him in the glory of the Father that He prayed about, so that once and for all John himself would know and not just believe who Jesus is. 

It is of interest that John was not the preacher in Acts 2, nor was he the healer of Acts 3, but Peter was.  What happened to the one who saw and believed yet did not do what was expected, but did what is inconceivable?  For the second group of elect, they would be doing what is expected of them for what they were shown and allowed to believe, and from the perspective of their observers… what is inconceivable for them.  Your actions are to challenge the very validity and truth of Scripture itself, even the words of Jesus themselves, that is, with what you are given, fulfil the Scriptures so that the E/end has to come, raise up the conditions necessary so that Satan has to hand over his authority to the beast and the mark of the beast must be introduced… everything that is written about the return of the Christ you will cause to be fulfilled so that you, the world, everyone, will see if the Christ does really return when all that is written about His return is fulfilled.  It is as if you are set on proving either God to be true or God to be false about Jesus Christ once and for all… just like John’s going to Galilee would have proved for himself whether the women saw the angels, whether the women saw Jesus, whether all that he heard and experienced was real and true… and whether there is such a kingdom called the Kingdom of God as Jesus had been talking about.  

For all John had received up to this stage were parables describing what the Kingdom of God is like, and had witnessed miracles that had been done in the Kingdom of Israel, only to a grander scale.  But as for the tangible evidence of the Kingdom of God… he had no evidence.  He had not seen its city, its people, its armies, its King… only teachings and signs suggesting it existed.  Just because you have heard of El Dorado through stories does not mean it exists.  Just because you see a sign saying this way to El Dorado does not mean it is there.  John missed that one opportunity for himself, not just to see Christ risen, for he did not miss out on that… for the risen Christ came to see him later that evening in their locked room.  No, John missed out on seeing, on experiencing, on tasting, on touching the Kingdom of God that morning, which God had prepared to show him and all the others.  The exact details of every plan that would be needed for the Kingdom of God to manifest on Earth through them, so that John and the others could come down that mountain, just like Moses did, with the Laws of the Kingdom of God and the details for the construction of the kingdom, like Moses was given the details for the construction of the tabernacle. 

However, the reader must be aware that the only reason the tabernacle was needed was because the people themselves did not want God to speak to them directly, but rather, they wanted a man to speak to them on God’s behalf.  So God had to give instructions to Moses to construct the tabernacle where God could speak to a man, Moses or the high priest who would succeed him.  The tabernacle, the Ark of the Covenant and the temple of Solomon are all evidences of men’s refusal to listen to God and not the evidence of the way God preferred to speak to men.  Likewise, as heretical as it sounds, the ‘church’ as we know it is not the evidence of how God wanted the Gospel of the kingdom to be preached or manifested, but rather, the evidence that the disciples did not listen again and again.

So then, the Kingdom of God remains a myth… mentioned in parables, believed by some and peddled by many as a means of tickling their listener’s ears and to appear to be someone important.  What you will see, what you will believe, and what you will hear, if applied for the purpose for which it is given, is to allow you to do what is inconceivable in the minds of men, but was conceived in God’s mind before the creation of the world – to bring the Kingdom of God on to Earth as it is already in Heaven.  So that men would see, experience, know and live as part of the Kingdom of God, as angels and all manner of spiritual creatures – cherubs, seraphim, cherubim and other living creatures – have always known about the Kingdom of Heaven.  That is why when Jesus taught us to pray, He said, “This, then, is how you should pray:  ‘Our Father in Heaven, hallowed be Your Name, Your kingdom come, Your will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven.’ ”  And we should ask, “ ‘Give us today our daily bread.  Forgive us our debts, as we also have forgiven our debtors.  And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from the evil one.’ ”  Not so we could live a good life, a Christian life, and die and not go to Hell but to Heaven, but so that we could live and do whatever it takes to cause His kingdom to come without hindrance.

Without hindrance of having to toil and till the ground for bread because the bread multiplies, and if need be, turn stones to bread.  Without the hindrance of our debts restraining us, be they financial, social, family or racial debts… no debts to even our children, our fathers or mothers or brothers or sisters… for not only will we be able to provide for them and protect them, but will be able to shepherd them until they are 100-fold more than they could be… which is why Jesus said, “I tell you the truth, no one who has left home or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields for Me and the Gospel will fail to receive a hundred times as much in this age…” just for starters.

Without hindrance of temptation… not the temptations of mortal, powerless men… not the temptations common to sinful men, but the temptation (singular) and the temptations of men who have the power to be as god, so that we will not suffer the fate of being the evil one.  “Deliver us from the evil one” was not about delivering us from the devil, but delivering us from becoming the evil one… the one who would take all that has been given us to out-Satan Satan and foster a rebellion to have himself appointed king before the King arrives for His kingdom.

All of it – our daily bread, our freedom from debt, from temptations – was so that we would be able to remain effective and function without encumbrance, to bring the teachings of Christ, His Gospel, to the ends of the Earth as His witnesses that He is the King of kings, and His kingdom once established will never end.  A kingdom to which all other things must come and make peace with or else be destroyed, for true peace is what we offer… and any kingdom that does not accept the true peace from the Son of God will destroy itself from within by the absence of true peace rather than the presence of war.  The paradox is that the Prince of Peace is a Warrior who makes war, warring against the false peace that destroys, because until death is destroyed… nothing lasts forever.

So, what you are about to see, to believe and to hear is to send you to meet with Jesus at the appointed time, but do not do what is inconceivable with it, but do with it what it was conceived for.  Do not ignore it and hide it like John ignored what he saw, what he believed and what he heard, and hid.  Yet that is not the most inconceivable thing you could do.

No, the most inconceivable that you, an elect, can do is to take what you have seen, what you believe and what you have heard to the place where you know that what you have seen, believe and heard means that Jesus Christ is alive and coming—and use it all to raise yourself up in the eyes of the world and the church that can be so easily deceived, and strike an alliance with Satan to oppose the arrival of Christ Jesus Himself.

Ignore what you have seen, cast aside what you believe, shut out what you hear, and go and hide… till Jesus arrives.  Better to do that than to do what is inconceivable… to be the evil one, who having seen and having tasted the goodness of the word and the Heavenly gift, fellowshipped with the Holy Spirit and partaken of Him as well as the powers of the age to come, rebel and seek to kill Christ again by fighting Him when He arrives. 

So guard your heart with faithfulness and bend your mind to loyalty… for these two will safeguard you from the temptation of the evil one.  No matter how you may fail and blunder… and we will, far more than the eleven did, faithfulness and loyalty will always keep you safe from the fate of the evil one.

So the correction of the church begins with this command as it was in the beginning, so it is now… “He who has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches.”  And for those who are preparing to have their citizenship validated… this is the law of the Kingdom of the Lord and His Christ:  “…every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven.  Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven, but anyone who speaks against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come.”

The Spirit and the bride say, “Come!”  And let him who hears say, “Come!”  And let him who dares, speak otherwise that he may be revealed for the lawless one that he has always been.

And as men have always done that which God never had in mind, so now God will give to men that which men never had in mind… the inconceivable!  Amen.



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