Photo: Dig deep to lay the foundation

I would imagine you have been watching the stock market. The last eight days of trading have afforded straight losses totaling 2,400 points! That is over $2.5 trillion of value. In fact, this week alone has been the worst weekly plunge in the market’s 112-year history! And since the all-time high of 14,164 as recent as one year ago on October 9, 2007, the Dow has dropped 5,585 points, or 40 percent. Furthermore, this plummeting is not limited to the U.S. For the first time, worldwide, stock markets are all dramatically falling. The head of the International Monetary Fund just stated that the global financial system is on “the brink of systemic meltdown.”

I will share more about this and what the Scriptures undoubtedly speak specifically about this time; but before I do, let me tell you about the most recent Remnant Bride Radio broadcast.

It is titled “Potpourri,” and is named such because its content is comprised of several matters. Here is its description:

As indicated by its title, this program is a collection of a variety of matters. First, Gary and Chris discuss Yahshua’s words that money will fail, noting, very importantly, what Gospel it is in—revealing the time of its fulfillment. Next, Gary explains the extraordinary practice that Yahweh repeats in flipping things, going all the way back to the Garden, and the dramatic consequence of this today. They then move to the highly revealing testimony of the scarlet/purple robe that was placed upon Yahshua, examining each Gospel for its unique message. You will see what the scarlet and purple represent, and how this relates to mystery Babylon and the beast she sits upon. Gary then relates the clear miracle and incredible account where Yahweh told him to fish on the other side. This relates specifically to the church and the flip. And finally, he explains what it means for a prophet to come like Moses who will restore all things. This is truly amazing information!

To listen to the program, click here and select “Potpourri.”

You need to know that if you do not listen to these broadcasts, you will definitely miss out on newly revealed truth and information. The only writing I am doing at this time are special e-mails that are generally in turn posted here on the Remnant Bride Weblog. Thus, some of the timely and revealing information is presented solely in the radio messages. So if you want to stay up-to-date, you will want to listen to the Remnant Bride Radio messages. Now back to this matter of wealth.

Where might we now be in Yahweh’s works, in His timing? If we indeed see the legal flip come Trumpets, October 16, following would be the fulfillment of that spoken by Yahshua in first Remnant Matthew and second Remnant Luke.

In both Gospels, Yahshua spoke of the necessity of building a house on the rock and not on the sand. Certainly, the first Remnant was built on the rock, as they had Peter, the rock upon whom Yahshua said He would build His church (only in first Remnant Matthew 16:18). This is the same testimony where Yahweh told Moses that He would cause him to stand on the rock by Him: “Behold, there is a place by Me, and you shall stand there on the rock” (Exodus 33:21). The fist Remnant literally had God to stand there by them—the Son of God—as their work was indeed built on the rock.

But did Christianity build on the rock? No. In Galatians 2, Paul refused to build on the rock, openly rebuking Peter; and three times in that chapter slighted the apostles as nothing more than “reputed.” Paul even went so far as to say, “what they were matters nothing to me,” and boasted that they contributed nothing to him. Thus, instead of building a work on Peter and the apostles in Jerusalem, Paul went to Antioch (the nations) and began what is now known as the mother church of Christianity. Paul did not build Christianity on the rock, but on the sand.

It is thereby quite revealing that this exhortation to make sure and build on the rock is not in Christianity Mark. Furthermore, in the testimony regarding the promise to Moses to see Yahweh’s glory, Christianity, the breach, is actually hid in the cleft of the rock with Yahweh’s hand covering them. In like testimony, in Jeremiah 13:1-7 Christianity is the linen waistband that is equally hidden in the cleft of the rock and thereby becomes totally worthless. This is the breach blindness-and-death period of the church.

Confirmingly, there is only one rock spoken of in Mark. In Mark 15:46 we read, “Joseph bought a linen cloth, took Him [Yahshua] down, wrapped Him in the linen cloth and laid Him in a tomb which had been hewn out in the rock; and he rolled a stone against the entrance of the tomb.” Thus we see that Yahshua was equally hidden in the cleft of the rock, as spoken to Moses and to Jeremiah. Why? As went Christ, so goes the body of Christ. Even as Yahshua’s dead body was placed in the cleft of the rock wrapped in linen, so the dead body of Christ has been placed there as well—for 2,000, even 3,000, years. The only difference is that, as prophesied in Jeremiah, their linen (priesthood) has ruined and become worthless. This testimony is wonderfully remarkable.

It is quite interesting as well that first Remnant Matthew 7:24 speaks of “a wise man who built his house on the rock.” Yet in second Remnant Luke 6:48, it speaks of a man “who dug deep and laid a foundation on the rock.” It is obvious then that the second Remnant has to uncover, or dig deep, even seek to discover, that which has been buried following 2,000 years of Christianity. We, the second Remnant, must build upon the hidden rock that Yahshua laid—the first Remnant. We cannot and will not despise them, as did Paul.

Some have accused me of being too “deep,” too complicated, insisting that the gospel is simple. Instead, they want to build sandcastles that make them feel good. But as I read here, in order to obey Yahweh’s message to the second Remnant, we do have to dig deep to find the rock. The first Remnant did not have to dig for that rock, as Yahshua laid it in their presence. But we today must see all things clearly, and must persevere and dig deep to find it, and thereupon build. That we will do by Yahweh God’s grace.

In contrast to building on the rock is Christianity’s practice of building on the sand. How do we know this application? In Matthew 7:24, this parable begins with the word, “Therefore.” “Therefore, everyone who hears these words of Mine and acts on them, may be compared to a wise man who built his house on the rock.” I once had a Bible teacher who would often say, “When you see the word ‘therefore,’ ask what it’s there for.” So, let’s look.

This entire parable about building on the rock and not on the sand is the reply to the problem of Christianity. I have often noted that Christianity is being referred to when Yahshua made the following statement:

“Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father who is in heaven will enter. Many will say to Me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, and in Your name cast out demons, and in Your name perform many miracles?’ And then I will declare to them, ‘I never knew you; DEPART FROM ME, YOU WHO PRACTICE LAWLESSNESS’ ” (Matthew 7:21-23).

This is the very statement that immediately precedes the parable about building on the rock and not on the sand—Yahshua’s answer to not being counted among lawless Christianity. Having stated the above, He then adds: “Therefore, everyone who hears these words of Mine and acts on them (not being lawless), may be compared to a wise man who built his house on the rock.” And we note as well in Luke 6:46 that this same parable is preceded with His statement, “Why do you call Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ and do not do what I say?” Again—Christianity.

Clearly, Paul refused to build Christianity on the first Remnant rock, outright rejecting Peter and the other apostles in Jerusalem. So then, what is the sand upon which Christianity has built? It has built on the ways and provisions of this world—on worldly riches.

And what then is the outcome of building on this sand? In Matthew 7:27, Yahshua concludes regarding this house that prophesied in His name, in His name cast out demons, and in His name performed miracles, this house to which He speaks, “Depart from Me, you who practice lawlessness”: “The rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and slammed against that house; and it fell—and great was its fall!”

In like testimony, in Luke 6:49 Yahshua states, “and the torrent burst against it and immediately it collapsed, and the ruin of that house was great.” This is the fall of Christianity.

Who else do we read of whose fall was great? Goliath! He was a like type of Christianity—an uncircumcised Philistine, even as the sons of Israel were uncircumcised in their wilderness wanderings. In like manner as Goliath, giant Christianity must fall, and its head, Satan, must be cut off with their own sword—the word of God. “And great was its fall.”

Come on—be a realist, open your eyes! The ones addressed here as building on the sand are not the world, but miracle-working Christians who call Yahshua “Lord, Lord,” yet rely upon this world and its wealth to build their scarlet-and-purple-clad kingdom. Despite what Christians have taught and thought, Yahshua is not talking about the world here, but about Christians who are lawless and follow Paul in refusing to build on the first Remnant. In fact, they don’t even know the first Remnant existed, and as noted in Luke are hidden from their sight.

Therefore, when the sands of this world’s money and wealth give way to the flip, Christianity will fall with it, and great will be its fall. Christianity is equally mystery Babylon, clothed in purple and scarlet (addressed in the radio program, “Potpourri”). Christianity is the “the great harlot who sits on many waters, with whom the kings of the earth committed acts of immorality, and those who dwell on the earth were made drunk with the wine of her immorality” (Revelation 17:1-2). When Christianity falls, “the merchants of the earth weep and mourn over her, because no one buys their cargoes any more” (Revelation 18:11). Think Christianity’s Christmas—the biggest marketing hype and bonanza of the year!

When the sand of money and worldly prosperity fail, Christianity will go with it, and great will be its fall!

Addressed in the program, “Potpourri,” we find that Yahshua’s statement about money failing is found only and specifically in second Remnant Luke that builds on the rock, the very work that is at hand when this flip takes place for the nations, money, and Christianity. In Luke 16:9, we read Yahshua’s warning: “And I say to you, make friends for yourselves by means of the wealth of unrighteousness, so that when it fails, they will receive you into the eternal dwellings.”

This is where we are right now—money is indeed already failing as we approach this October 16 flip. And with a Jubilee just nine days later on October 25 that calls for the rebuilding of the walls of Jerusalem above—the encompassing Bride—this time promises to be VERY significant. We are at the place in time when we should see the fulfillment of these passages: the times of the nations coming to their end, and the beginning of the building of the new heavens and new earth!

We hope in Yahweh.


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