TABERNACLES PENTECOST, 2008
Tabernacles Pentecost will undoubtedly not be a big boom on the earth, but a beginning. The celebration may be moreso in heaven. But if we are right, it will change the world. When Solomon was made king, it says that the earth shook with the noise of their rejoicing (1 Kings 1:40). It is hard to imagine that they literally shook the earth, but it is not so hard to see the latter rain effecting that kind of impact, especially, of course, with Yahshua’s literal return. But something must take place that marks the beginning of a dramatic change. In the account regarding Solomon and Adonijah, Adonijah and his company of people were immediately and wholly impacted. But obviously it will take some amount of time for Adonijah Christianity to be likewise impacted, realizing that they do not have the right to reign. These things will take time to unfold, and the Scriptures evidence we have three years.
Speaking of Christianity, what does it mean when Yahshua said, “do you suppose that those eighteen on whom the tower in Siloam fell and killed them were worse culprits than all the men who live in Jerusalem? I tell you, no, but unless you repent, you will all likewise perish” (Luke 13:4-5)? Keep in mind, Siloam/Shelah, here addressed as a tower, is not the latter rain per se, but the third part of the church where there would be no flesh saved if it was not cut short (Matthew 24:22 and Mark 13:20). This third part would receive the same fate as Shelah if Tamar had been given to him—death. It would be the third “woe” spoken of in Revelation 11:14, which gratefully never took place (The Great Tribulation, page 9). It is the great and terrible day of Yahweh that is cut short because He sends Elijah (Malachi 4:4-6, and The Great Tribulation, page 4). This period would be the continuation of Mystery Babylon Christianity, with its Tower of Babel that it vainly builds to reach up to the heavens. This is the tower of Siloam that comes down in that third-part Siloam/Shelah period.
You will notice that the fall of that tower killed eighteen. Why eighteen? Quite significantly, only six verses later that same number is used again. In verses ten through thirteen we read:
And He was teaching in one of the synagogues on the Sabbath. And there was a woman who for eighteen years had had a sickness caused by a spirit; and she was bent double, and could not straighten up at all. When Jesus saw her, He called her over and said to her, “Woman, you are freed from your sickness.” And He laid His hands on her; and immediately she was made erect again and began glorifying God.
The number eighteen speaks of bondage, attested to in Judges 3:14 and 10:8 as well. This has certainly been the state of the church for 2,000 years. It has been in bondage to Satan and this Satan flesh, and would continue in such bondage and the fate of sin and death unless Gihon takes place.
The woman’s fate of being bent double is the same posture Elijah was in—his face between his knees. Can you imagine this woman’s agony of having to stay in that position for eighteen years? How would you feel if you had to experience that? But the fact was that she was an intercessor for the body of Christ period that has its face in the breach for 2,000 years, a fate that Yahshua identifies as the work of Satan. Remember, the face between the knees is the same as the linen loincloth being in the cleft of the rock and becoming worthless. It is the same as Yahshua’s linen-wrapped body being placed in the cleft of the rock. The 2,000 years of the church are in fact death, the testimony that this woman was in bondage to for eighteen years. It is a fate that is related to the serpent who was cast down to the earth when the Rod went back to heaven—the office of the Rod turned into a serpent. The source of this woman’s face-between-the-knees fate was clearly assigned to Satan, as Yahshua said:
“And this woman, a daughter of Abraham as she is, whom Satan has bound for eighteen long years, should she not have been released from this bond on the sabbath day?” (vs. 16)
You may object that Yahweh put such a sorrowful intercession on this woman, but such is the price of intercession. And the fact is, and you do not realize how bad it is in Yahweh’s eyes, this is the very fate He has afflicted on man for 2,000 years. What that woman lived through for eighteen years, is how Yahweh sees the last 2,000 years of the church. As Hosea 6:1 states, for two days “He has torn us, . . . He has wounded us.”
And very importantly, you will notice that her deliverance came on the sabbath, the third-part Shelah, the very day we take hope in right now. Here again we see testified the deliverance that is brought on the third day when Yahshua comes and labors on the sabbath. As further stated in Hosea 6:2, “He will revive us after two days; He will raise us up on the third day, that we may live before Him.” This is the very thing this woman experienced. When Yahshua laid His hands on her she rose up, came out of her breach, free from her bondage to Satan. This is the day of Shelah/Siloam when Satan can finally be bound. As testified by this lady, this is the day we get our face out of the breach, out of the death and blindness we have suffered for 2,000 years. Let us now repeat this passage concerning the tower of Siloam.
“Or do you suppose that those eighteen on whom the tower in Siloam fell and killed them were worse culprits than all the men who live in Jerusalem? I tell you, no, but unless you repent, you will all likewise perish.”
So are third-part Christians today any worse culprits than Christians for the last 2,000 years? Here we see that the answer is, no. But, He also warns us today in this Siloam period that if we do not repent and come out of the body of Christ, we will receive the same fate as they.
Yahweh sends the Elijah, cuts time short to two days, and does not carry out the third woe. What then does Shelah/Shiloh offer us today? Instead of death, it offers us the deliverance and healing Yahshua testified to in second Remnant Luke 13 and John 9.
It is not without significance that the miracle Yahshua performed by sending a blind man to the Pool of Siloam to be healed was preceded by His statement, “We must work the works of Him who sent Me as long as it is day; night is coming when no one can work. While I am in the world, I am the Light of the world.” Shiloh/Shelah is indeed when He does return and we can work the works while He is here. But it is quite significant that upon saying this He spat on the ground, made clay of spittle, applied the clay to the blind man’s eyes, and sent him to the Pool of Siloam.
Clearly, Yahshua was prophesying. What all this means I do not know, but obviously He did so to attest that He would send blind man into that third-part period of the church so that he can be healed of his blindness, a blindness like unto this man’s—he was blind from his birth. Kingdom men have been blind from their birth 2,000 years ago, not seeing what Yahweh is doing. “Who is blind but My servant, or so deaf as My messenger whom I send? Who is so blind as he that is at peace with Me, or so blind as the servant of Yahweh?” (Isaiah 42:19)
What then could now happen? Both Siloam and Shelah mean “sent,” which obviously has a direct association with these events since this meaning is specifically stated in this account: “ ‘Go, wash in the pool of Siloam’ (which is translated, Sent)” (9:7).
First, we know that Yahweh sends out the third dove, He sends the Holy Spirit. This we MUST have. There is nothing we can do unless we are clothed with His power; and, that clothing/power must remain on us. Thus, Sent could well refer to Yahweh sending the third dove—Gihon. “Go, wash in the pool that is sent.”
We also see the testimony that Yahshua sent out the twelve apostles with power, and later sent out the seventy-two with the same power. From these two testimonies, it seems evident that Yahshua would not only give me power and send me out, but likewise give me the authority to send out others. In the first Pentecost, tongues as of fire rested on them (Acts 2:3). Did they then go beyond Jerusalem as a living fire to convict the world of sin? No. It is evident that what was a prophetic type on the first Remnant, will be fulfilled in the second Remnant—our words must be a fire that convict and purge the world of sin, of which there is MUCH at this time. As equally attested on that day, each nation needs to hear these truths spoken in their own language. “Now there were Jews living in Jerusalem, devout men from every nation under heaven. And . . . each one of them was hearing them speak in his own language” (Acts 2:5-6).
And speaking of intercession, being unclothed, and the days of the church cut short, regarding these Isaiah clearly speaks. We saw in the woman’s intercession that it was placed upon her with no choice. In contrast, Isaiah was placed under a revealing intercession to which he had to willfully submit. In Isaiah 20 we see him going naked for three years as a testimony against Egypt. In All’s Well That Ends Well, page 2, we see that Christianity is spiritual Egypt. If Yahweh does not have mercy and clothe the Bride in power from on high, then kingdom men will fulfill the testimony of Isaiah and be naked for another 1,000 years. May this never be! We desperately need to be clothed! For 2,000 years Christians have clothed themselves in inadequate fig leaves from the tree that was cursed because it had no fruit (Matthew 21:19-20). We today must be clothed in the power that is from on high, the garment that Yahweh alone makes—the power that clothed Adam and Eve, and the power that clothed the first Remnant. Yahweh forbid that we continue to be naked for another 1,000 years.
I believe Yahweh is showing me things that are critical for this day. We now know the New Millennial Calendar, as well as the necessity for the flip in 2008. We know the necessity for adding a Pentecost to Tabernacles. These are all crucial. We know that the Bride must come out of the body of Christ. And there is so very much more we know. As I have noted before, these truths are the royal jelly that will transform us into a queen.
While I am encouraged and hopeful concerning these marvelous things, even the testimony of a new windshield, I also know that I do not see all the details. How all of this might indeed take place is yet to be seen. We will just have to wait and see how it all unfolds. We could well see critical things beforehand as Tabernacles Pentecost draws near that add clarity and direction, even as was the case as the preceding Trumpets approached. But again, we will just have to wait and see. We have seen, and see even now, all that we need to see in order to get us to where we are supposed to be, and that is what is important.
In this Siloam/Shelah third day, men will wash their eyes in the waters of Gihon so that they can see. But these Bride truths in their own way have been underground, hidden in their own Hezekiah tunnel for fourteen years and six months. I hope and pray that Tabernacles Pentecost will effect their bursting forth. They are incredible and profoundly important truths that are found nowhere else, ever in the history of man. Their profoundness and seamless quality are amazing, yet so relatively few have discovered them—only those who are willing to go spelunking or drill deep. But only a very few do that. (Affirmingly, at the very time I was shown this truth about the Pool of Siloam in 2004, the literal Pool of Siloam was revealed after being hidden for 2,000 years. You can read the news report at Shelah and Clay of Spittle, page 7.) There must come the day when these truths burst forth into the light of Siloam, even as Yahshua is the light of the world. This I pray can begin as a result of Tabernacles Pentecost, December 26, 2008.
Another timely testimony to note is that Tabernacles Pentecost, December 26, is the very time of the year when Mary was overshadowed by the Holy Spirit in order to bring forth Yahshua into this world. Of course she is a type of the Elijah, who equally has to be overshadowed by the Holy Spirit in order to bring forth Yahshua, but this time as King of kings. So what is the testimony of this conjunction? Mary’s event does not have associated with it an attesting date that would prophesy, so it seems that it moreso speaks to the general significance of this time—a Gihon Tabernacles Pentecost, effecting the birthing of the Solomon King.
There is a passage in Ezekiel that has been a hope for me since 1994. In 24:25-27 we read:
“As for you, son of man, will it not be on the day when I take from them their stronghold, the joy of their pride, the desire of their eyes and their heart’s delight, their sons and their daughters, that on that day he who escapes will come to you with a causing to hear? On that day your mouth will be opened to him who escaped, and you will speak and be mute no longer. Thus you will be a sign to them, and they will know that I am Yahweh.”
This is precisely what I hope Gihon effects—a causing to hear, a causing for people’s ears and eyes to be opened. And, I hope not only my mouth, but the mouths of many others will be opened and people will hear and believe and that we will be a clear sign that this is from Yahweh.
Truly, this is indeed the most hope-filled, promising, and seemingly culminating time since the Spirit came upon me in 1994. These abundant evidences laid out here in this writing are a great encouragement, and we can only hope I and we experience their fulfillment. I need, we need, the world needs what we see promised here. That need is more desperate than you can imagine! If it does not come, the cry will later be uttered, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken us?”
May Yahweh clothe us in His power from on high, even as He has done twice before, promising a third, and may the reign of Solomon begin at a third-day Gihon on this earth at Tabernacles Pentecost, December 26, 2008.
May Yahweh be praised on high! Amen.
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