Some say what you don’t know will not kill you. Well they are wrong because what you don’t know, not only could, but will kill you. To a degree a metaphor was tossed your way.
Foreigners known as Muslims have diseased the sacredness of the United States. With one intention which is to kill everything that isn’t Islamic. So in reality, what you don’t know will kill you. Because a Muslim America will look very different from our Judeo-Christian America.
Our heritage is worth defending to the very death by those who will say, give me Christ, or give me death. So here are a few things that you need to know, so that your knowing will give you life. Life beyond your days reaching the future through your lineage.
To accomplish this requires a journey into the book of Revelation, chapter five. A book filled with symbols and drama requiring a back and forth knowledge of both the Old and New Testaments. Even with that some of the symbols are open to speculation.
But not the following, take for example the imagery of the slain Lamb. Referring to Jesus Christ, who was murdered in order to redeem us by His split blood, verse nine. Also the explicit acknowledgment, that the gospel of Jesus Christ has universal implications for every tongue, people and nation. And what is happening today will result in a most glorious supernatural experience, verse 10.
Then note the imagery of the slain Lamb having seven horns and seven eyes. That suggest that the slain Lamb is of superior power with nothing escaping His understanding. Perfect in power, knowledge and insight, verse 6. The Bright Morning Star of Revelation 22:16, who is able to light our way. In our effort to keep America safe from Islam. With healing in his wings connected with Malachi 4:2 with its implicit tie to Matthew 1:21. More imagery for those, who place their trust in Him.
For that is the essences of our Judeo-Christian heritage, picturesque of the seven of the seven Spirits of God (vs.6) sent forth into all the world. To Christianize it against all of God’s enemies. Because you shall call His name Jesus, for He shall save His people from their sins, Matthew 1:21.
It has been said by world policy makers at various stages of history. That we are involved in a struggle over ideas. And that those, whose ideas prevail will shape human destiny. Such utterances are usually presented as secular arguments. Which is why, the world is in such a mess.
In truth, all of history has been, and will continue to be a struggle for the souls of humanity. And who ever wins that struggle of ideas will shape and determine human destiny. Or to put it in a supernatural context our Judeo-Christian association with God’s will.
But those who call themselves Jews and Christians face an enormous challenge. Because, our ideas for the governing of a nation are not only being challenged by Muslims. The nations non-Jewish and non-Christian communities have their own set of ideas for the governing of the nation. And they have had pretty much their own way in creating a nation without the values of our once well established Judeo-Christian values. It’s just been made worse since the Muslim community in America provided shelter for those Muslims, who launched their aerial attack upon us on 9/11/01.
We’ll be mourning, and acknowledging their unprovoked attack forever. Americans patriots need to go out of there way to let them know that they are not welcome in America. It’s not only because of 9/11 but because of their repeated attacks over the last decade. Costing the nation precious lives and billions in creating defensive measures necessary to protect us from those Muslims. who dwell among us. Muslims are the enemy of every thing American.
Christendom needs to anchor our traditions with our Jewish brethren. Because in the truest sense of the expression, we are one through Jesus Christ. And the struggle over ideas by Muslims, and secularists is about destroying that bond. The prize being the heart and soul of the people and thus the nation.
So here is the biblical foundation to support the anchoring of Christian-Jewish bonds and traditions. Revelation 5:4-5, finds John weeping because no one was found worthy to open the book, or even look at the book. But John was told not to weep because one was found worthy. The one worthy was the “Lion of the tribe of Judah,” the “Root of David. Which is an explicit reference to one of the greatest mysteries in the Bible, unexplainable by human logic. Here we are presented with the duality of Jesus Christ. His human ancestry came about through Israel. With his divinity occurring through the “Root of David.” Which establishes His credentials as being fully human, while at same time being God.
This mystery has begged for a logical explanation of how this could be possible. There is no human explanation but there is a biblical one. It’s found in Revelation 19:11-12, where the Faithful and True, who in righteousness judges and makes war. His eyes were like a flame of fire. On His head were many crowns. A name was written that no man knew, but He Himself. Verse 13, “and His name was called the Word of God.” The duality of His humanity came from verse 12, a mystery known only to Jesus Christ. Suffice for our knowledge is that He is the “Word of God.” But the book of Revelation closes with Jesus highlighting His divinity and humanity. Saying, “I Jesus, have sent you My angel to testify unto you these things in the churches, ‘I am the root and offspring of David …,” Revelation 22:16.
That is how we Jews and Christians are made one through God. It’s a heritage that we refer to as our Judeo-Christian traditions. Where God made His divinity human through Israel while preserving His divinity by His own declaration as being the offspring of David. A mystery not humanly understandable while fully known by the slain Lamb. It’s also how two peoples Jews and Gentiles with completely different blood lines become one humanly through the ancestry of Israel. Then divinely made one through the Jesus Christ the root of David. A mystery, again only completely understandable by Lamb slain from the foundation of the world (Revelation 13:8). Who through the providence of time sent his angel to announce, “And she shall bring forth a son, you you shall call His name Jesus, for he shall save his people from their sins,” Matthew 1:21. And it’s the provision of divine providence that allows Jew, and Gentile to become one through supernatural intervention.
The Bible is as mysterious, as it is glorious with its revelations. We accept its mysteries, as the divine wisdom of God for our best interest. While marveling at its revelations because they show us how to know, serve and defend what He has destined us to be.
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