July 13, 2013

OK. I missed my assumption by a little over a week concerning the Global Currency Reset. We've already noted that the Iraqi Dinar -- the IQD (now becoming the IQN on FOREX markets) -- has been established as the pivot currency for this event. For a variety of reasons I don't need to expand upon here, there were numerous glitches associated with the simultaneous effort to bring 198 restructured currencies up to replace their older counterparts. Friends associated with the IMF and the UN have assured me that those issues have been resolved.

That said, if all goes well and there are no other hindrances or system breakdowns, we will see the unfolding of this event by Monday, July 15th or shortly thereafter. This represents a major event in the lives of millions of Christian believers who have been preparing for this -- some for as many as ten years -- in spite of the "scam" disinformation concerning it spread by the current administration in Washington.


This is the blessing of the Lord being released into this generation on a scale hitherto unknown, but it is the promise of God as seen in Proverbs 10:22:


"The blessing of the LORD makes a person rich, and he adds no sorrow with it." (Proverbs 10:22, NLT)


The word in the Hebrew text translated "rich" in this instance is a very specific word: ashar. It means: to accumulate wealth, to grow (or to make) rich in goods.


There is a correspondent verse in the same chapter that speaks volumes, and I believe signals what is happening, and will happen with God's people as this release and great accumulation of wealth takes place. Take a look at verse 15.

The KJV translates it like this: "The rich man’s wealth is his strong city: the destruction of the poor is their poverty."


The way the Hebrew text is phrased, however, gives us an alternate way to translate this verse, and one that I believe more accurately represents the message Holy Spirit is conveying in this hour.


The wealth of a rich man releases and provides a place of security and a platform for boldness, whereas those who live constantly dangling [over a financial precipice] and in need are brought to poverty with its ruin and destruction. (my translation and amplification)


If ever there were an hour for God's people to rise up in boldness and retake our nation(s) and the spiritual and moral ground that has been steadily stolen from us, that time is NOW! Without a platform to stand on, without the necessary financial strength to work from, we are reduced to poverty and a poverty mindset that keeps us in slavery to the wicked. I remind you of something written in the last Coffee Break:


Satan has gotten away with a lie for generation after generation after generation by promoting the idea that "to be rich is sinful. After all, money is the root of all evil. God wants people to be humble, and one can't be humble and have lots of money." Bah Humbug! It results in a poverty mindset that has beset the body of Christ and kept the wicked in power, ruling over the righteous.


But the Word of God tells us very clearly, "A good man leaveth an inheritance to his children’s children: and the wealth of the wicked is laid up for the just." (Proverbs 13:22)


The NLT puts it like this: "Good people leave an inheritance to their grandchildren, but the sinner’s wealth passes to the godly."

THAT, folks, is precisely what is happening! The wealth of Babylon and the Babylonian system is being passed on to God's people. Babylon may not have seen its end yet -- both in the world, commercially, and in the church system -- but its day is soon ahead and when it comes down, it is going to come down with a mighty crash! I'll talk about that in a minute.


My point in sharing this picture of the wealth of the wicked being given to God's people -- once again -- is to bring to the fore the critical time in which we live and to accentuate the need for all of us to live with an ear to what Holy Spirit is instructing us to do with the wealth being given.


You see, folks, this is not just a money issue. This is about multiple prophecies being fulfilled in this hour.

The transfer of wealth to God's people IS critical, but it is a blessing only to those folks who understand that this is God's money, that there is a destination use for them that the Lord has bred into the hearts of the recipients and that He certainly expects His people to demonstrate the prosperity that is coming from it. However, there are many people who are becoming recipients of this transfer whose first and primary consideration is themselves, paying their bills, buying a new home or a new car or new clothes -- or whatever -- and whatever Holy Spirit purposes is somewhere way down the list -- IF they ever get to it before they spend the money!


For those folks who see this blessing only in that way, this is going to turn into a curse. The money isn't going to accomplish what they intended it to accomplish, and some will actually wind up in worse shape financially than when they first began.


The issue here is that so many folks are contaminated with the mindset, the thinking and the mentality of Babylon. Babylon is a "me-first" mentality. I can't tell you how many people who will look at their own situation and take care of their own needs without first sowing first fruits. This is a principle that Della and I learned years ago.


God gets His portion before we ever spend a dime on ourselves. We've lived this way no matter whether it looks like we can pay our bills or not. The principle of "first fruits" is revealed throughout the Word repeatedly. It is an offering of the first and best that we have to the Lord (whether it is 3%, 7%, 10% or whatever) to honor Him for what we have been given. Then we take out the tithe -- that belongs to Him anyway, and to withhold the tithe is to steal from God -- and then we can look at our bills, our needs, our desires otherwise.


You see the contrast, don't you? This is totally opposite to conventional (Babylon-Mammon) thinking. So many folks think that their bills come first. God didn't create those bills, but He will certainly provide the means to pay them -- so long as we honor Him first! Babylon's mindset puts all spiritual issues at the back of the line, often erasing them in the process.


People -- scratch that! -- let's deal with professing Christians. Christians whose minds have been blinded or contaminated by the mentality and the structure of Babylon follow an order whose origins of which they are ignorant.

Take a look at the beginning of Babylon in Genesis (Genesis 11:1-4).


"And the whole earth was of one language, and of one speech. And it came to pass, as they journeyed from the east, that they found a plain in the land of Shinar; and they dwelt there. And they said one to another, Go to, let us make brick, and burn them thoroughly. And they had brick for stone, and slime had they for mortar. And they said, Go to, let us build us a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto heaven; and let us make us a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth."


Human logic says making bricks to build with is a great idea, but we forget where that logic comes from. Nimrod's desire was to rule a uniform society -- a "socialist, communistic society" where everyone would be the same, function the same, have the same lifestyle and all work towards a common goal. Buildings wouldn't be constructed of stone or wood. This city and this tower would all have one purpose.


Babylon would "make us a name!" Now, there's an interesting phrase for you. The Hebrew word here in the OT is "shem" (pronounced, shame) It is identical in meaning to the Greek "onoma," and in this context means: conspicuous position, authority, fame, reputation.


Sound a bit odd? OK. Add this phrase to the rest of it, "Go to! (This is an imperative -- a command to the people.) Let us build a city and a tower, whose top may reach unto Heaven; and let us make US a name, lest we be scattered abroad upon the face of the whole earth."


Up to this time, the concept of "name" used this way was applied only to God. Nimrod, therefore, is essentially saying to the people, "We don't need God! We can make our own name, our own position, our own authority, our own reputation -- in contradistinction to the name of God! We will work together. We will be a people -- a race of beings -- unto ourselves. We can build our own tower to Heaven, and we can supplant and replace God."


We have a modern term to apply to this kind of thinking: secular humanism. Humanism has been a part of church structure since the late first century. It is ingrained in modern denominationalism. In Revelation 2, John refers to it twice as "the doctrine (or the deeds) of the Nicolaitanes."


If you have read the Coffee Break series that I did a few years back on Seven Nations, Seven Letters, you'll recall that the historical context of the doctrine of the Nicolaitanes roots it in Babylon during the captivity. The hierarchical aspect of this doctrine began with the Sadducees -- and they adopted a very hierarchical lifestyle and attendant doctrines, some of which crept into the body of Christ with "former" Sadducees who accepted Yeshua as HaMashiach.

By the same token the Pharisees took a democratic "of the people, by the people, and for the people" attitude. They were populists who believed that "the common people" should have the final say. In the same way that "former" Sadducees contaminated the early body of Christ with their doctrinal bent, "former" Pharisees likewise spread their agenda.


That might work in a republican (not the political party) kind of civil government, but it was never intended by God for the raising up and seasoning of a people who would become "the mature (huios) sons of God," heirs and joint-heirs with Jesus Christ, or -- to use the description John utilizes in Revelation: the Bride of Christ.


Babylon's mindset, Babylon's economy, Babylon's modus operandi, and Babylon's teachings and doctrines have become the Beast. Jezebel, that great whore, "MYSTERY BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH" sits astride that Beast. She is subservient to and answers to her master, the King of Babylon.


Folks, I know it isn't politically correct to say it, and every time I do a bunch of people really get angry with me, but nevertheless: Jezebel, that great whore, is the church system. Jezebel promotes the spirit of anti-Christ, presents a "substitute" Christ in the form of "feel good" doctrines that push a fraudulent form of grace off on people and deny the existence of Hell. Jezebel continues to teach and preach things that allow people to continue on in various sinful activities.


Holy Spirit is relegated to a mystical existence. Knowing Him personally and yielding to His dealings is for "those fanatical people who are really only interested in signs and miracles." Speaking in tongues is eliminated as nothing more than a "nonessential sign" that people can either do or not do -- it really doesn't matter. Holiness is for prudes. "Righteousness" is nothing more than a religious term -- we are all righteous!


Apostolic office died out at the end of the first century -- or whenever the last of the apostles died. Malachi was probably the last of the prophets. We have evangelists, we have pastors, and we have teachers -- and that's all we need.


Are you seeing this heresy? How many of you have been exposed to, or actually taught this kind of spiritual insanity? All of it is designed to keep you from experiencing the true authority of the Lord Jesus Christ yourself. All of it is designed to keep you walking in substandard, watered-down, Caesar-Milquetoast, "having the name but denying the power thereof" brand of Babylonian Christianity that has made the name "Christian" a bad word in our society today.

The world around us screams for the manifestation of the sons of God! The world around us cries out for the reality it has heard about in times past. The "Babylonian Christianity" that pervades the earth today has so short-changed the Gospel of the Kingdom that when true representatives of the Kingdom show up in the authority, the love, the power and the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, manifesting Him and exuding His presence, wanna-be Christians get intimidated, Babylonian leaders within the "church world" cry, "Heretic!" but a desperate society flocks to in search of truth and true "sozo" salvation.


Well, I thought I was going to talk about the crash of Babylon today, but I didn't get there. We'll pick it up at that point in our next Coffee Break.


Blessings on you!







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