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“See your King comes to you, righteous and having salvation, gentle and riding on a donkey, on a colt, the foal of a donkey.” Jesus fulfilled this when He entered Jerusalem riding on the colt as recorded in Matthew 21.7, Mark 11.7 and Luke 19.35… a colt that had been prepared beforehand for Him. For it was not as if they happened to find a colt and borrowed it, but as He said to them, “Go to the village ahead of you, and just as you enter it, you will find a colt tied there, which no one has ever ridden. Untie it and bring it here. If anyone asks you, ‘Why are you doing this?’ tell him, ‘The Lord needs it and will send it back here shortly.’ ”

The colt Jesus rode on was not just to convey His gentleness, but also His humility. Indeed, He did not ride into Jerusalem like a conquering king on a white charger with his army behind him, but rather, He came to Jerusalem, the city of rebels, in peace… with no armed forces, just His disciples, bearing gifts of righteousness and salvation for all who would believe and accept Him. Indeed, no one suffered harm that first day as He entered the city, capital of rebellious Israel, except for the trees that had fronds cut off them. They seemed to honour Him, for many people spread their cloaks on the road, while others spread branches they had cut in the fields. However, those same people who cheered Him were not there to rescue Him when they marched Him out of Jerusalem to kill Him on Golgotha.

As His entry to Jerusalem was so pre-planned that a colt was born just at the right time and placed just at the right position so that on the day at hand, His disciples could be sent to get it, so then, know and understand that everything that is needed to fulfil the supplies for His return is also pre-positioned, and on the day they are needed, they will be there for all who are His current disciples who are ushering in the end of days for His arrival.

This time however, He is not returning on a colt, the foal of a donkey, but as John saw and described to us: I saw Heaven standing open and there before me was a white horse, whose Rider is called Faithful and True. With justice He judges and makes war. His eyes are like blazing fire, and on His head are many crowns. He has a Name written on Him that no one knows but He Himself. He is dressed in a robe dipped in blood, and His Name is the Word of God.The armies of Heaven were following Him, riding on white horses and dressed in fine linen, white and clean. Out of His mouth comes a sharp sword with which to strike down the nations. “He will rule them with an iron sceptre.” He treads the winepress of the fury of the wrath of God Almighty. On His robe and on His thigh He has this Name written:KING OF KINGS AND LORD OF LORDS. See the extreme contrast of the entry to Jerusalem and this last reported sighting of Him.

You see, in the Parable of the Tenants of the Vineyard, the son of the owner of the vineyard was murdered and stayed dead, and it was the owner who had to avenge his son. However, in reality, Jesus – the Son who was murdered even as He came bearing gifts and a peace offering to the rebels, both of men and spirits – did not stay dead, but was raised back to life. Imagine if the parable included the son being raised back to life and he was the one who would avenge his own murder.

The reality is that we have that situation, for He lives. He who was crucified and killed on the cross, whose own death could not prevent His murder… is alive and seated at the right hand of the Father where all who die get to see Him as they receive their judgement.

So, understand this… God is in no hurry to avenge Himself or for the murder of His Son on men who sinned, for all men die and are then judged. There is no one who lives who can escape facing Him, for after three score and ten, and a few more if you are strong, death awaits you to convey you to His presence for judgement. As such, do not think that He is in a hurry to return in case His enemies or their descendants can escape His justice. It is, in fact, out of compassion as always that He will return in response to our cries, for the devil remains loose on this Earth and he is a worse slave driver than the pharaoh of Moses’ youth and ministry.

Understand then, in the days to come, when one third of mankind are removed, it is out of compassion that they are removed… compassion for the remaining two thirds. For those who will be harvested as Jesus said, are “the sons of the kingdom” (of Heaven) and “the sons of the evil one,” and “the harvest is the end of the age.” The one third then composes of both. The sons of the devil through whom Satan wreaks havoc and evil, and for the sake of mankind they will be removed, be they humans or demons. For a man can be a son of Satan as Jesus said to the Jews who believed in Him, “You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desire. He was a murderer from the beginning…” The need for these to be removed is obvious. However, what most will find hard to understand is the removal of the sons of the Kingdom of Heaven as well, as part of the harvest. Jesus said, “The Son of Man will send out His angels, and they will weed out of His kingdom everything that causes sin and all who do evil.” At first glance, you would think you are correct that He is referring to the sons of the devil who cause sin and do evil… but you are not. For anyone who professes to be a believer of Christ, but yet has conducted himself in such a way as to cause an unbeliever to refuse to believe, has caused sin and done evil. In fact, the failure of most who profess Christ to proclaim the Gospel with their words and their lives so that those who know them can be convinced of the reality of Christ, are those who have caused sin. For if you believe that only those who confess Jesus as Lord and Saviour can be saved, and yet out of political correctness, politeness or whatever excuse you care to make, you withhold the Gospel from those who do not believe for fear of offending them, this is a sin of hypocrisy that all need to be in constant repentance of.

And since no one is good, but God alone… then only the practice of the words given by God to Jesus can be considered a good deed… and the practice of things that go against the specific teachings of Christ is evil.

As an example, and a pertinent and offensive one, Jesus specifically commanded, “And do not call anyone on Earth ‘father,’ for you have one Father, and He is in Heaven.” And yet the tradition of one group is that they teach everyone to call their bishops and priests, “father,” “papa,” or “pope.” Tradition you say… traditions be damned if they go against the instructions of Christ, as reminded to us in the written form by the Holy Spirit Himself.

So, you see… those who cause sin and do evil are not just the sons of the devil, but are also sons of the Kingdom of Heaven, and they have no place in the Kingdom of the Son of Man when He returns to reign. Those who are righteous by faith will have their reward in Heaven awaiting them, so then, it is little wonder that Jesus said, “First collect the weeds and tie them into bundles to be burned; then gather the wheat and bring it into My barn.” They are removed because their refusal to listen and practise the words of Jesus until they succeed to perform the good deeds that would cause men to praise the Father in Heaven, is a stumbling block to those who need to see miracles and wonders to believe. For Jesus also said, “Unless you people see miraculous signs and wonders, you will never believe.” And the inability… yes, inability of those who do not listen to Jesus and practise His words to do what Jesus has been doing, is responsible for the continual unbelief of those who do need to see.

The truth is… those who say they are believers of Jesus, even His servants and disciples, are as great, if not greater, a stumbling block to a pagan believing the Gospel as the devil and his sons are. The latter are at least sworn enemies. The former… there is nothing worse for a father than to have sons and daughters who squander the family wealth for their own selfish ambitions. Any wise father would retire them, providing them with an allowance but making sure they have nothing further to do with the expansion of the family business.

As such, the return of Jesus, the Warrior King, this time on His white horse leading His army, is not out of anger and thirst for vengeance and revenge as it is for compassion… compassion for the two thirds of mankind who still do not and cannot believe because of the works of the sons of the devil and the laziness of those who are sons of the Kingdom of Heaven, who have not in mind the things of God but their own future comfort in Heaven.

So then, elect, even though this time the Lord, the Warrior King, returns on a white horse leading the armies of Heaven, He is returning out of compassion… compassion for the two thirds who cannot believe because of the success of the sons of Satan and the failings of the sons of the Kingdom of Heaven.

Any effort on our part to do anything else except to facilitate His return is to prolong the suffering. We may win the battle and provide some relief, but the comfort is palliative. For here is another truth: The very orphan we save and feed can just as easily grow up to be the world’s greatest philanthropist or the world’s worst terrorist, as long as Satan’s sons continue to live on Earth alongside the sons of the Kingdom of Heaven.

The cycle of good versus evil will only cease when He who is all powerful returns and once and for all removes all who do evil and whose idea of good is what man calls good… and not what Jesus calls “good.”

So do not be alarmed and do not be afraid, even though He now comes with eyes like blazing fire, with a sharp sword coming out of His mouth, mounted on a white horse with armies following Him… He is still that same Jesus – He who is humble and gentle, mounted on a colt, the foal of a donkey, bringing righteousness and salvation. For though He may come in a different form, His heart and soul of grace and compassion never change. It is then the grace of God that these warnings are sounded, and miracles are made available to every believer, disciple and elect to do so that people everywhere may see and believe, and as such, it is right that we remind every believer, disciple and elect, “A curse on him who is lax in doing the Lord’s work.”

This then also is the compassion of God, that the sons of the devil and the sons of the Kingdom of Heaven are harvested and removed for the sake of the remnants of mankind, so that all who cause sin and do evil are removed for the sake of those who are meek and deserving. As such, it is right that we remind every believer, disciple and elect, “A curse on him who keeps his sword from bloodshed.”

And this time, Jerusalem… He is not coming to enter your gates, for the earthquake will have split you into three. No, this time… all who live in Jerusalem, come out of her and find refuge on the Mountain of God, the Mount of Olives… on it you will be saved.

Mount up then, elect, and prepare to ride out… the King, He comes, riding on a white horse, with eyes of fire and a sharp sword from His mouth, leading the armies of Heaven to judge with justice and make war. Ride and sound the alarm. Ride and warn… perhaps they will listen, perhaps they will hear, perhaps they will see the One they have pierced and repent of His murder! Amen.


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