specific sign that would herald His coming. Rather, He stressed the need to
—to be spiritually alertand on guard—that they should not be deceived (verse 4). Only the Father knows the precise time of His Son’sreturn. Yet we
understand important prophecies and prophetic principles that give clear indication Hisreturn is imminent. For example, the prophet Daniel asked an angel to explain certain end-time prophecies thathad been revealed to him.
“Go your way, Daniel,”
the angel responded,
“for the words are closed up andsealed till the time of the end”
(Daniel 12:6-9). This scripture and others indicate that the time of the end
will be discernable
to Elohim's people, though likely not until that time begins.
The mission and scope of this paper is presenting, analyzing, and discussing to the reader correct interpretationsof prophecy found in the books of Daniel and Revelation. Before reading any further, you, the reader, areencouraged to begin with an open mind, and with an un-biased approach to considering what is written herein,as the revelations this paper discusses and the truth it attempts to reveal will not be well received by many. Theimplications herein will shake the very foundations of the church and some of the most basic fundamentals tomodern-day Christianity. The mission and purpose of this writing, however, is not to condemn individuals andtheir faith, but to disclose what the Bible teaches, and to inspire a revival of the practices kept by Yahushua andhis followers. Out of
, the sincere goal here is to lay the clear Word of Elohim before you, the truth-seekingreader, so that you may decide for yourself what is truth and what is error. If you find herein anything contraryto the Word of Elohim, you need not accept it. But if you desire to seek for truth as for hidden treasure, and findherein something of that quality, you are encouraged to make all haste to accept that truth which is revealed toyou by the Holy Spirit.Consider Proverbs 2:1-5
“My son, if thy will receive my words, and hide my commandments within thee;so that thou incline thine ear unto wisdom, and apply thine heart to understanding; yea, if thou criestafter knowledge, and liftest up thy voice for understanding; if thou seekest her as silver, and searchest forher as for hid treasures; then shalt thou understand the fear of the YHWH, and find the knowledge of Elohim.”
And also, John 8:32
“And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”
Throughout the Gospel of John, Yahushua frequently speaks of the Holy Spirit as a guide for his followers,leading them into the truth (John 14:17, 26; 15:26: 16:13, 15). The scripture itself came about originally throughthe work of the Holy Spirit. The process of interpreting the scriptures and living with wisdom is just asconnected to the Holy Spirit in the book of Acts (1:2, 6:10). Paul frequently alludes to the guidance of the Spiritin discerning a particular belief or application. Therefore, as we study scripture we can also speak of the Spiritas a guide who teaches us. This isn’t a stretch of scripture, though we can certainly take this notion
bycreating individual interpretations and defying all who disagree with us. In this case, we don’t need the HolySpirit to do such a thing, however, by doing so we abuse the leading of the Holy Spirit in heavy-handed ways.Remember, we are filled with the Holy Spirit by faith. How did you become a Christian? By faith.
“It is bygrace you have been saved, through faith—and this not from yourselves, it is the gift of Elohim—not byworks, so that no one can boast.” “So then, just as you received Christ Yahushua as YHWH, continue tolive in him.”
Millions of Christians are begging Elohim for something which is readily available, just waiting to be appropriated by faith. They are seeking some kind of emotional experience, not realizing that such anattitude on their part is an insult to Elohim; a denial of faith. But faith is the only way you can please Elohim.Though you are filled with the Holy Spirit by faith and faith alone, it is important to recognize that severalfactors contribute to preparing your heart for the filling of the Spirit. First, you must desire to live a life that will