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Thus far we have examined both the Scripture’s and history’s evidence regarding the matters addressed herein.  Now, let me share a personal revealing testimony.


On March 31, 1992, my wife and I were walking together, up and down our front sidewalk, stopping about every five minutes to pause while my wife had a contraction towards the birthing of our fifth child.  The time intervals were ever-shortening between contractions and we were eager for the midwife to arrive.  She was delayed and arrived none too early, and the three of us went inside to prepare for the delivery of this soon-coming child.


Quickly the midwife made ready for the delivery, including performing a pelvic exam, and brought to me some unexpected news.  We never had a sonogram, wanting to wait for the surprise, but the midwife was able to tell us beforehand that we were going to have a little girl.  How did she know?  Because the baby was breech, and she could feel that it was a girl.


The midwife told me our options – she could deliver the baby, or we could go to the hospital and let them deliver her.  My immediate question to the midwife was: Can the baby be turned?  She explained that this was impossible, that the water had already broken and the uterus was clamping down on the baby, pressing her into the birth canal.  In fact her precise reply was, that to do so “would take a burning bush in the wilderness miracle!”  My response at that point was to seek Yahweh, to know what to do.


Upon seeking Him, I received a very clear answer.  He spoke to my heart the passage where He said: “I know my plans for you.  They are for good and not adversity, that you may have a future and a hope.”  I told my wife that I did not know what was going to happen, whether we delivered at home or went to a hospital; but one thing I knew for certain – it was going to work out for good. 


After this, my wife decided to take a quick shower; and then something happened that had never happened in any of our four previous births.  Contractions that were four minutes apart had always meant a baby was forthcoming.  That is why we were so relieved for the midwife to arrive.  But for the first time ever, her contractions quit.  We waited, but everything had shut down.  By now it was night time, and we all went to bed, with the midwife spending the night.


That next morning I fixed everyone a nice breakfast, and afterwards called a pediatrician I knew.  He informed me that we had about eight hours of time to wait, and then needed to do something because of the chances of infection since the water had broken.  To help decide what to do, I asked the midwife to perform another pelvic exam.  When she returned, she had an unexpected finding.  She told me that my wife had dilated X centimeters, and added that the baby’s head was now down!  Yahweh repaired the breech while we slept!  It looked like we had received our burning-bush-in-the-wilderness miracle!  But I’m a realist, and I asked the midwife, “Could you have been wrong yesterday?”  Her reply was from the voice of experience.  She told me, “I know what I felt, the labia of a little girl; and if this baby is a girl, I was right.”  Around noon the contractions began again, and it was not long before that little girl was born, head first. 


As my wife and I considered all of this afterwards, we determined that we would name this little miracle-born girl Grace.  Why?  Because we had not asked Yahweh to repair the breech, and He turned her by His grace. 


Yahweh had told me, “I know my plans for you.  They are for good and not adversity, that you may have a future and a hope.”  That passage is from Jeremiah 29:10-14, which reads:


For thus says Yahweh, “When seventy years have been completed for Babylon, I will visit you and fulfill My good word to you, to bring you back to this place.  For I know the plans that I have for you,” declares Yahweh, “plans for welfare and not for calamity to give you a future and a hope.  Then you will call upon Me and come and pray to Me, and I will listen to you.  You will seek Me and find Me when you search for Me with all your heart.  I will be found by you,” declares Yahweh, “and I will restore your fortunes and will gather you from all the nations and from all the places where I have driven you,” declares Yahweh, “and I will bring you back to the place from where I sent you into exile.”


This promise was given to me on March 31, 1992.  Our child was breech, and Yahweh performed a burning-bush-in-the-wilderness miracle and repaired the breech.  That miracle child was born on April 1, April Fool’s Day.  The very day in which Yahshua was crucified, He repaired the breech by His grace.


Today, Yahweh is calling a bride out of mystery Babylon Christianity, the breach, in order to build His temple.  Christianity is the Perez, the breach that separates the birth of the light, Zerah, the Bride.  It is the breach that separates the first Remnant from the second Remnant.  Yahweh is performing this work by His grace, grace that was afforded on April 1, 33 A.D., when His Son laid down His life.  Only now is it possible to come out of Babylon.  Only now is it possible to build the temple.  Only now can these words be fulfilled for their true purposes: “I will be found by you, and I will restore your fortunes and will gather you from all the nations and from all the places where I have driven you, and I will bring you back to the place from where I sent you into exile.”


This can finally be made possible by that work performed on April 1, 33 A.D., when men were called fools because they believed.



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