After this writing came out, a man named Mike wrote and asked some very relevant questions. Added here is his e-mail and my reply.
Also, Yahweh opened this man’s eyes to see another significant point regarding this subject, along with some general truth regarding the kingdom of God in man. And temporarily, there is some highly significant information added here that is presented simply because it was revealed during this time as well. You will not want to miss it!
First is the e-mail from Mike and my response.
Haven't spoken with you for a while. I hope all is going well.
I have a couple of observations regarding your article "He was Jealous with My Jealousy."
I think the Lord has given you some genuine revelation into the third day Bride that is about to emerge. I would like to comment, however, on your observations regarding Paul. While I would quickly acknowledge that Paul was certainly not infallible, and that he had most likely fallen short in some areas (including his public rebuke of Peter), I would add that your conclusion that he was in rebellion to the apostles is not completely well founded. It seems to me this scripture alone should suffice...
1 Then after an interval of fourteen years I went up again to Jerusalem with Barnabas, taking Titus along also.
2 It was because of a revelation that I went up; and I SUBMITTED TO THEM the gospel which I preach among the Gentiles, but I did so in private TO THOSE WHO WERE OF REPUTATION, for fear that I might be running, or had run, in vain.
I'm afraid in the way in which you are judging Paul, by your own words you are actually judging yourself.
You said regarding Paul..."He should have been a man humbly under the Apostles, and not have sought to be equal with them."
This is exactly what you are doing when you claim to be the twelfth replacement apostle of Judas. You are claiming equality with the original remaining eleven.
I would also like to add that there is only one covering that is required for man to wear. And that covering is Christ. If you want to add anything else to this (wearing a beard, not eating certain foods, etc...), then you are implying that Christ's work on the cross was not sufficient for our redemption and entrance into the kingdom of Heaven. If you believe the Lord is directing you to wear a beard then by all means you should do it, but you're writings flat out say it's a requirement. This, my friend, is a grave error. Christ fulfilled it all. We are now to only live by faith and obedience.
Again, I hope all is going well with you.
First, I am very grateful that you wrote me and shared these things with me. The tone of what you have to say tells me that you are not against me but for me. I appreciate this.
I will tell you though that the things you have brought up, are things that I already asked as well. I do not have a personal agenda; I simply want to do the will of the Father. And I do not want to do wrong, thus I asked the same questions.
Per the first matter, here is what one is faced with when considering the account in Galatians, as well as in 2 Corinthians. You have the solitary statement that you refer to here about Paul not running in vain, but then there is this overwhelming evidence to the contrary. One must ask - How can Paul have the attitude of respect and regard, when he goes on to dismiss the apostles by saying, "what they were makes no difference to me," as well as when he boasted, "well, those who were reputed contributed nothing to me," and even went on to call them "reputed pillars" and not "pillars" as they truly are, and then the very fact that Paul openly and publicly rebuked Peter and even wrote others about it? The evidence to the fact that he disregarded them, despite going to them at one time, is far more compelling.
Then one must equally add to this list the testimony in 2 Corinthians where Paul made the point to elevate himself to being "not in the least inferior to the most eminent apostles." Clearly, Paul made a grave mistake in failing to recognize the true eminence of that governmental body; but instead, he either tore it down by calling them "reputed," or when calling them "eminent" elevated himself to being equal to it, or better.
Furthermore, his actions here were quite consistent from the outset. In Galatians 1 he made a specific point to express this indifference by first telling others that he never went to the apostles in the beginning, and that there was only one brief contact with them, and that was with Peter, but he "did not see any other of the apostles except James, the Lord's brother." By the mere wording of this, it is obvious that Paul was trying to distance himself from the apostles. He continually minimized them. Why did he even make the point that he had only slight contact with them? Why did he say he saw no other apostles, except James. The wording of this tells you that he was minimizing them. If he had been proud of or grateful for the opportunity, he would have said - I spent time with Peter and James. But no, he did all he could to minimize it.
Therefore, taking the entire account in Galatians into examination, as well as 2 Corinthians, it is obvious that Paul's expressed attitude was - I do not need the "supposed" apostles, and I am equal to them, or better. Quite obviously, the one statement that he made - "that I might be running in vain" - must be taken into consideration with the whole. You cannot dismiss the more encompassing testimony because of this one statement. What Paul meant here or why he said it or what may have even taken place after that meeting that moved him to say what he did here in Galatians, must be examined under the prevailing greater message. Even when saying this, Paul still called the apostles "reputed." The translation - "Those who were of reputation" - is a generous translation, for it is the same word he used when he slighted them in verse 5 and again in verse 9 where he called them "reputed to be apostles." Thus the gospel he preached, he presented "to the reputed." The Greek word means "of an opinion or seeming." The mere use of this word clearly disregards them in their rightful place of regard as the apostles, something Paul refused to acknowledge, that is until he himself wanted to be regarded as "eminent."
And let us add the testimony of prophecy as well. When one sees the testimony of Korah and how he/they rebelled against Moses and Aaron and "they all went down alive to Sheol," clearly once again this is speaking of Christianity that equally "went down alive" into the period of Sheol Christianity where men have been "cut off and died." Therefore, one must ask the question - From what did Yahweh make the legal determination that there was the same spirit in leadership that was in Korah? Quite obviously it was evidenced at the outset of Christianity in Paul. Thus the church thereby "went down alive in Sheol."
And, this prophetic evidence is true with Miriam as well. She was made leprous and was put outside the camp for the period of the mark of the beast 7. Both of these accounts tell us that this is what happens to the church - it is cast into Gehenna - and the initiating source is rather obvious. Paul exhibited the same spirit of seeking to be equal to the apostles and refusing to build upon the rock that Yahshua laid. This too is compelling evidence.
Remember, as the originator of Christianity, Paul set the tone and the way for that work, including legally turning it over to Satan by turning the immoral man over to Satan (1 Corinthians 5:5).
Therefore, the VAST preponderance of evidence is that Paul both dismissed the very significant and critical place of the apostles, and even evidenced the sin of Korah and Miriam and sought to elevate himself. The one small part of Galatians 2:2 cannot dismiss the greater compelling testimony, but must be taken into consideration per the greater tone and actions of Paul.
You also said - "I'm afraid in the way in which you are judging Paul, by your own words you are actually judging yourself." I considered this as well, but there is a difference between seeking to take a position that is not yours, and even belittling church leadership, and acknowledging something that is given to you and being faithful in that place. I DO NOT impugn the established leaders of the church set up by Yahshua, but seek rather to honor and even restore their VITAL place. Legally, I would be one with the twelve, and by this I have not only the authority but the responsibility to point out Paul's error and openly rebuke him. Again, it is a matter of authority and government and responsibility.
Finally, regarding there being "only one covering that is required for man to wear," and that being Yahshua, you are once again not looking at the complete picture. If what you are saying is true, then why don't you go naked? Or if you are married, then would you let your wife or children go naked? If Christ is your covering and there is no other covering required, then there is no reason to wear clothing. The fact is, clothing is a required covering as well. Thus, the covering of Yahshua in no wise annuls other coverings, but in fact verifies and exemplifies their necessity.
Paul accurately points out that the woman is to cover her head when she prays or prophesies. If Christ only is required, then why did Paul say that covering the head is necessary as well? You are missing the greater issue of government and what "coverings" or "atonement" are about. It is a legal matter that impacts every area of our lives. Civil government is a covering. Church leaders are a covering. The husband is a covering. There are many coverings, and clearly the beard is one as well, one which Yahweh has given to the man. Isn't this quite obvious? Do you think Yahweh calls hair glory and placed it on specifically the man's jaw and gave him headship for no reason? Do you think that He instructed the woman to remain silent in the church and gave the man the authority to speak, and had placed his jaw and mouth under a covering (when men do not make themselves look like a woman or a child) for no reason? Do you think the beard is an accident or irrelevant in Yahweh's design of the man "in His own image"? If you have not read Coverings, you should do so. Honestly, what you are saying here evidences that you do not understand Yahweh's government.
Mike, in each case here, the prevailing issue is government - the apostles, correcting Paul, and the beard. Government is authority. It sorts and orders man's actions, and everything you bring up here is only understood by looking at it governmentally. This is the problem with Christianity. They are lawless. They do not understand government, nor the ways of Yahweh. (His laws and His ways are inseparable.) All that I am sharing with you is government and not emotions, it is masculine and not feminine, it is bearded and not smooth-faced easily deceived youth, it is law and not lawlessness.
I hope Yahweh will open your eyes to see these truths.
Thank you again for writing.
Now for the additional information.
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Not only did Paul legally and intercessorally turn Christianity over to Satan for the destruction of their flesh so that their spirit may be saved, when he did so per the immoral man (1 Corinthians 5:1-5). Not only did Paul identify the state of Christianity as being a harlot, when he declared so per the Corinthians (1 Corinthians 6:14-16). And not only did Paul reject building on the rock laid by Yahshua, when he refused to build on the apostles in Jerusalem but rather built on a different foundation in Antioch. But, Paul also performed an act that equally legally prevented himself and Christianity from entering into their promised land west of the Jordan.
Yahshua said very plainly regarding Peter – “And I also say to you that you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build My church; and the gates of Hades (the grave) shall not overpower it” (Matthew 16:18). Peter, meaning “rock,” is the rock upon which Yahshua said He would build His church; and like Moses who struck the rock twice instead of speaking to it as he was instructed, so Paul struck the rock, Peter, twice when he too was instructed to only speak to it.
Clearly, Yahshua said that if you have something against your brother, you are to go to him in private and speak to him (Matthew 18:15). But instead, as did Moses, Paul set aside this instruction and twice struck Peter publicly. First he struck him when he rebuked him in the presence of everyone; and then he struck him a second time when he published this in his public letter to the Galatians. For this reason, Paul struck the rock twice; and legally this prevented both him as well as the work of Christianity, of which he laid the foundation, from entering into their promised land.
One does not realize how legal Yahweh is. He does everything according to law, and He could not prevent Christianity from entering into their promised land unless He had a legal basis for it. Now you know precisely what that legal basis was; it was from the actions of Christianity’s founder – Paul. He struck the rock, Peter, twice, and suffered the same consequences that Moses suffered.
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There is another matter here that deserves being addressed as well. In answer to the Pharisees’ questions regarding the kingdom of God, Yahshua declared – “For behold, the kingdom of God is within you” (Luke 17:21). This is a most interesting answer given to men who were Pharisees. He was not talking to His disciples. He was not even talking to believers. He was talking to men who were in fact His opponents, and He told them that the kingdom of God was within them. How can this be? The answer is quite simple.
How many years was the church promised to receive? The answer is 3,000 years, or as we have seen it divided – three parts. Thus, the kingdom is clearly a three-part work. And what is every man? Every man is a three-part work as well. He is – spirit, soul, and body. Therefore, within every man is in fact the kingdom of God.
And more specifically how is the three-part kingdom of God divided? It is divided two-thirds and one-third. Two-thirds are cut off and die, and one-third passes through the fire, wherein Yahweh calls them “My people,” and they call Him Yahweh. And how is man equally divided? Two parts of man, his soul and his body, must equally be cut off and die; and in so doing, his spirit, the third part, is saved. This is the very thing Paul effected in the immoral man when he said – “I have decided to deliver such a one to Satan for the destruction of his flesh, that his spirit may be saved in the day of the Lord Jesus” (1 Corinthians 5:5). This is precisely that which Yahweh has accomplished with the church. Because of its immorality, its “two parts” were accordingly turned over to Satan so that its spirit, its third part, could be saved. Whether it be the immoral man in 1 Corinthians 5:5, or the church, or any man, two parts are turned over to Satan so that the third part can be saved.
Thus, if a man is willing to die to himself in his two parts, in his flesh and in his soul, then his spirit will be saved. But for the one who is unwilling to die to his flesh and his soul, then his spirit will perish with his flesh and his soul. The unregenerate man is the kingdom of God which is testified to in Yahshua’s three hours of darkness on the cross wherein He cried out – “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?” He is equally the three times in which Peter denied Yahshua before the cock crowed. Thus, the unregenerate man is the kingdom of God who never gives his life to Yahweh for His grace to come and cut perishing man’s being short to two and saves the third part, His spirit.
All that Yahweh does follows clear and simple patterns, and here we see the symmetry of this pattern of the kingdom, whether it be the kingdom of God that is in every man, or the kingdom of God per the larger testimony of the church. And, this is why it is so important that each man learn to die to his flesh and his soul – that his spirit may be saved.
This therefore has some interesting implications. It means that all the parables that Yahshua told regarding the kingdom of God/heaven, are applicable as testimonies of us as individuals as well. For example, when we read in Matthew 13:24-30 that the kingdom of heaven is like a field into which a man sowed wheat and the enemy came and sowed tares, this is what every man is. He is a field of both wheat and tares. And, there are some things in every man’s life that are tares, and if you go in and try to uproot those tares, you will uproot the wheat as well. Thus, every man is a mix that will not be separated until the harvest. At that time, the harvesters will separate the two – binding up the tares and burning them, and gathering the wheat of that man’s life into the barn.
Or likewise in verse 33 of that same chapter, every man is a three-part work that is all leavened. Whatever the parable per the kingdom, each parable equally applies to every man within whom the kingdom of God resides – “the kingdom of God is within you.” Every man is the kingdom of God.
Now for a most important testimony! First let us begin by asking a critical question:
From where does the office of the Elijah come?
Do you know the answer? The answer to this question is essential for defeating Satan and, as one might expect, preparing the way for Yahshua’s return. Watch and you will see.
Who was John the Baptist? Yahshua said not only that he was Elijah (Matthew 17:12), but more importantly, He said that if you can accept it, he was Elijah who (lit.) was “about to come” (Matthew 11:14-15). In other words, he was a type of another Elijah, who was “about to come.” This is very important to note. And what did John do? He buried Yahshua into the baptismal waters of death. This was performed on the Day of Atonement, and it began His three-and-one-half year ministry period. Thus we see that John was Elijah insomuch that He buried Yahshua into death. Now, let us go one critical step further.
Who was Judas? He was one of the twelve disciples whom Yahshua personally chose, and of whom He said that he was the devil (John 6:70). And what was it that Judas performed per Yahshua? He did the same thing that John did. He equally obeyed His command – “What you do, do quickly” – and likewise baptized Him into death (John 13:27, Matthew 3:14-15). Judas was the fulfillment of John the Baptist as spoken of by Yahshua – one who was “about to come.” He was the Elijah. And in both testimonies, Yahshua was resultantly revealed to have the power of an indestructible life – by rising from the waters of baptism and the dove descending upon Him, and by rising from the grave. And in both men, as spoken by John, their end was the same – John decreased and met his end in a violent death (he lost his head), and Judas decreased and met his end in a violent death (he hung by his head and his belly burst open).
Now, let us take this one step further. Yahshua said that Judas’ place belonged to Satan – “one of you is the devil.” Therefore, as pointed out in recent writings, for 2,000 years Satan has occupied the place of Judas as the twelfth apostle over the church. He is the mark of the beast, the abomination of desolation. And since Satan occupies the office as Judas, who was a fulfillment of John the Baptist, Satan then stepped into the Elijah ministry with the “job description” or responsibility of baptizing Yahshua into death. And, since Yahshua has already passed through those waters, Satan’s role was then to baptize the body of Christ into death, which he has effected for 2,000 years, or two “days” in the grave/hades. These are the same two days that Yahshua likewise spent in the grave at His “baptism” by Judas. Thus, like effected like. Both Judas and Satan have stood in the place of Elijah, and both performed their baptismal responsibilities – the ones who were “about to come.”
Now do you see from where the Elijah office comes? It comes specifically from the place of the twelfth apostle! That twelfth seat is the seat of Elijah. This is Yahweh’s governmental order.
But let us take this one more critical step further. Today, there must be an Elijah and an Elijah work that prepares the way for Yahshua’s return (Matthew 17:10-11). But thus far, the Elijah work has meant death and burial. But what is the outcome of this death? In both John’s baptism, as well as Judas’ baptism, the outcome was the revelation of the power of an indestructible life, the power of resurrection. This will equally be the outcome of Satan’s baptism of the body of Christ. The first resurrection of the Remnant will take place, beginning the demonstration of that power of an indestructible life.
But how, you might ask, can such an office bring forth Yahshua? The same way Judas’ baptism revealed Yahshua in His glory, only not through death this time, insomuch that death has already taken place and now is the time for resurrection.
So having said these things, let us get straight to the point. Today, very importantly, Satan’s 2,000 year, 2,000 swine, tenure is legally at an end (The Passing Over Principle, page 3). The allotted time for him to occupy the office of Elijah is completed, and it is time for that office to be given to another, to a man who will fulfill it in preparing the way for Yahshua’s return. But in order to effect that change, there must be a legal transfer. Yahshua gave Satan that place of authority by him entering into Judas (second Remnant Luke 22:3 and John 13:27). Today, a like transfer must once again be made, and it must equally be legal. How is that transfer made? By the power of intercession, the same power that was used by Yahshua via the Nazirite vow to effect the restoration of man and the garden of God.
In Psalm 23:5 we read – “You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies.” The word “presence” could equally be translated “opposite,” or – “You prepare a table before me opposite my enemies.” This Hebrew word does not mean “to oppose,” but one who sits opposite of you. This is an important distinction, for this passage is being fulfilled today.
Yahweh brought a man into my life who was my friend, but for two years (a prophetic 2,000 years) became my enemy. As it is written – “Even my close friend, in whom I trusted, who ate my bread, has lifted up his heel against me” (Psalm 41:9). This is the passage Yahshua quoted regarding Judas – “I do not speak of all of you. I know the ones I have chosen; but it is that the Scripture may be fulfilled – ‘He who eats My bread has lifted up his heel against Me’” (John 13:18). Kyle Nixon is a man who ate my bread, both around my table as well as the bread of truth, and in time rejected me and lifted up his heel against me. Why? For the sake of intercession. It was the will of Yahweh that Kyle step into the office of Judas; and he did so in more ways than can be addressed here. But even as Satan entered into Judas as recorded in second Remnant Luke, so he entered into Kyle as well, an act that, this time, will work to his undoing and his end! What Satan did by entering him, now gives Kyle legal authority regarding Satan and his office, even as Satan received that authority by entering into Judas.
Kyle was a man who told me beforehand more than once – “I will fail you.” I did not believe him. He told me more than once that he was willing to be used of Yahweh for either noble or ignoble purposes, the latter of which I was never willing to follow. Kyle was used of Yahweh for ignoble purposes. Again, why? In order to identify with Judas Iscariot, to stand in his place.
The name, “Iscariot,” means that Judas was from the tribe of Issachar. The name “Issachar” means “man of hire.” Thus, Judas Iscariot was hired by Caiaphas to betray Yahshua for thirty pieces of silver. Judas was the “man of hire” that betrayed Yahshua. The last day I saw Kyle before he raised his heal against me, I likewise hired him with $120 (the number of the seat of the Judas/Elijah apostleship at the hundreds level) to remain for the ninth day of our intercession during Passover, 2002. And even on Trumpets, 2004, we once again hired Kyle to come and be with us (this time for $160, the number of love at the hundreds level), not knowing at the time what this intercessorally meant. Kyle was an Iscariot, even a Judas. And when he left me in 2002, he too planned to go and hang himself, but his son stopped him. (And might we add here, pastors in Christianity who are in paid positions are equally Judas Iscariots, Judas “men of hire,” who continue this process of betraying Yahshua and delivering the body of Christ into death.)
Also, when I was first getting to know Kyle, he asked me to baptize him, which I refused to do, even as Yahshua refused to baptize John. But of necessity, Yahshua had to be baptized by John, even as I too of necessity need what only Kyle can provide. I also refused to anoint Kyle with oil, which I need.
But all of this had to be, and for numerous reasons. As it is written in Psalm 23:5, it has been by my contact with Kyle that many of the truths regarding the Remnant Bride have come forth. It was Kyle who first declared this man to be Elijah. It was Kyle who first saw and declared this man to be the twelfth apostle, the replacement of Judas. It was Kyle who brought Whale Rider over and began to reveal its great prophetic significance. From that revelation came all the marvelous truths recorded in The Rod, A Lesson From Intercession, and Shelah and Clay of Spittle.
And, it was Kyle who began to open my eyes to the marvelous truths about which you are reading right now. These were seen per the immensely prophetic movie, Unbreakable. This is the incredibly revealing story of how a black man (Africa) by the name of Elijah Price (he paid the price) sacrificed his life to reveal the man whose bones could not be broken (the power of an indestructible life), David Dunn (it is finished). The most profound and prophetic line in the entire movie was in the end when Elijah cried out to David – “Now that we know who you are, I know who I am.” And now that we know who this man is, we know who Kyle is. He is my Elijah, the man who has the authority to give me the place of Judas. And as Elijah Price further stated – “It all makes sense.” (It is recommended you watch Unbreakable. There are numerous revealing prophetic testimonies, including David’s mantle, and restoring the heart of the father to the children and restoring the Bride.)
Kyle has not only been a betraying Judas to me, but he has been a preceding Elijah as well. He has often prepared the way for me to see things; things that I would never have seen without him. (In like regard, Yahshua’s ministry would have never begun without John, or His burial without Judas, nor can He return today without an Elijah. This is His way.)
So what is Kyle? He is my enemy who sits opposite me and thereby, between the two of us, a meal is prepared by Yahweh. “You prepare a table before me in the presence of/opposite my enemies.” But he is also my friend, the one whom I need most. One of the most faithful and endeared pets I ever had was a raven. (Read The Raven.) She loved me and was faithful to me as though I were her mate. Once she was gone for three-and-one-half months, but returned. Once she was gone for three-and-one-half days, but returned. Even as the bird that represents Satan has been my greatly beloved companion, so the one who came to be Satan is my beloved and much needed companion.
This meal prepared per an Elisha is equally attested in 2 Kings 6:15-23, where likewise Elisha prepared a meal in the presence of his enemies and won them. This is now what Yahweh is accomplishing and will fulfill.
But let us take this one final critical step further. If Yahshua could not begin His ministry without John’s baptism, and He could not rise from the grave without Judas’ baptism, then how can this man ever begin a like ministry period without a Judas or John or Elijah performing the same initiation? It is utterly impossible! Furthermore, there is only one way that the office of the twelfth apostle, the Elijah ministry, can be given to this man. I have neither the spiritual authority nor the “ignoble” identity in order to obtain it. Therefore, it has to be placed upon me by one who intercessorally stands in the place of Satan/Judas. No man can take that office to himself; it must be given to him.
Even as Elisha received the right to the office of Elijah by the mantle being placed upon him, so this man cannot receive the office of Elijah except by an Elijah who has gone to the top of Mount Sinai, was hidden in the cleft of the rock (identified with breach Christianity), and receives Yahweh’s instruction (1 Kings 19:9-18). This, you will recall from The Hope Of the Remnant in 2004 and other such writings, was the ninth trip up Sinai, the day that Kyle became a “man of hire” just before raising up his heel against me. Kyle Nixon has been designed by Yahweh to stand in the place of Elijah/Satan/Judas so as to be able to transfer the place of the twelfth apostle to this man. This is all done legally and through the power of intercession; and it has all been accomplished by Yahweh. We are now seeing His back regarding these matters.
On the Day of Atonement, 2004, at the legal end of the 2,000 year breach of Christianity, when Yahshua was baptized by John, Kyle Nixon will place upon this man the mantle of Elijah, the place of the twelfth apostle. Satan will possess it no more! He will be the scapegoat sent out into the wilderness (Leviticus 16:7-10). His tenure is at an end, and Yahweh has raised up a man to legally stand in that place and give that office to another – to the second Remnant Elijah, the twelfth apostle.
While John was a foreshadowing picture of Elijah, Judas and Satan were the actual fulfillment. And even as these first two Elijahs sitting on one side of the table were the works that took men into the grave, it will equally be a two-part Elijah that will come out of the grave and make possible Yahshua’s return. We sit opposite each other. What are these two comparable but opposite works? They are Elijah, the man, the twelfth apostle, and the Bride work, equally an Elijah. While this man replaces Judas, the Bride replaces Satan as the covering of the body. The latter has been written about in other writings, including The Covering Bride. Satan is an unclean unsplit work, while the Bride is a clean split work. This is the Bride that is the “new thing” that encompasses the man (Jeremiah 31:22), the body of Christ.
Therefore, on one side of this table is Judas and Satan, while opposite them is the second Remnant Elijah and the Bride. Opposite our enemies, Yahweh is now preparing a table before us – the marriage supper of the Lamb.