Kissing, Lips, and Attesting Glory
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THE GLORY OF THE MALE
Now for the second of these two questions. We find from the Scriptures and all creation that the male receives the glory. In 1 Corinthians 11:7 we read, “For a man ought not to have his head covered, since he is the image and glory of God; but the woman is the glory of man.” The man is the image and glory of God, and not the woman. This is what puzzled me so very much in 1994 when Yahweh was teaching me about the Nazirite vow. If the man is the image and glory of God, then why did He give the long hair to the woman? We find that hair is glory, so it looked like He would have given the long hair to the man. It made no sense.
Of course this is confirmed throughout nature as well, which added to my puzzlement. The stag, the peacock, the betta, the lion, all creation unitedly attests that the male receives the glory. (The exception to this is the black widow spider, addressed in Appendix 5 of The Curse of 1920.) When Yahweh spoke to me the answer—that He would not give His glory to the masculine body of Christ but to the feminine Bride—I marveled! This was wonderful to understand, and began to open my eyes to the two-part Bride. However, this did not explain the unresolved testimony of both the Scriptures and all creation. The question remaining then is: How is the glory that belongs to the male fulfilled in the kingdom?
Building on what we have been learning, we see that Yahweh has attested to His glory in two particular areas. First, of course, is the woman’s long hair. The second is in the male’s and the female’s birth lips, if we may say at this point. Why do we call them male and female birth lips? As we have seen, the woman’s bearded birth lips speak to the man’s bearded facial lips. Prophetically, they are the same. Even as Mary brought forth Yahshua into this world through the woman’s birth lips, so the second Remnant will bring forth Immanuel into this world through the man’s birth lips.
Now, let us add some more information that we have seen as well. We have noted that, in relation to each other and their uniting as one, the first Remnant is female and the second Remnant is male. The fact is, when Yahweh answered my question that was specific to the woman’s long hair, though that glory indeed attests to the Bride, more specifically it has to do with the first Remnant Bride. Why so?
There are two specific glories that are relevant here—the long hair of the woman that is on her head, and the beard of the man. What does the head speak of? Of course it speaks of headship. And, what was unique about the headship relative to the first Remnant? By far the outstanding quality of the first Remnant was that Yahshua was present with them. This was even prophesied in Exodus 33 when Moses asked to see Yahweh’s glory (hair). His reply to this was to tell Moses that, first, He would cause him to stand by Him, taking his place on a rock— “Behold, there is a place by Me, and you shall stand there on the rock.” Following that he was to be hidden in the cleft of the rock and covered with His hand.
Clearly this speaks of the church (which is Bride and body). The first Remnant stood on the rock, Peter, which Yahshua laid, and God Himself through His Son stood there with them. The first Remnant fulfilled this very promise concerning seeing Yahweh’s glory. Following that has of course been the cleft-of-the-rock breach of Christianity. But most importantly, we see that the first Remnant received the glory of the Son of God being there with them.
How does this relate to what we are considering? It fulfills the very thing that Yahweh told me concerning women having the long hair on their heads. The Head of the first Remnant, Yahshua, was given to them—they received the Glory! Did Christianity receive that Glory? Not at all. Yahshua went to heaven, the Rod turned into the serpent, and they were hidden in the cleft of the rock, into blindness and death. They did not receive the glory of Yahshua’s presence, nor His headship. Again, the Rod turned into the serpent.
The other glory we see here is the glory of the beard, and most significantly it too is on the head, again speaking of headship. Did Christianity then receive the glory of the beard? No, for we have already seen stated in Isaiah 7:20 that the beard was removed during the briars and thorns of the wilderness wanderings of Christianity. So they did not receive that glory either. The fact is, when Yahweh told me that He would not give His glory to the masculine body of Christ but to the feminine Bride, there are two glories that are given—the glory of the long hair on the head that was given to the first Remnant, and the glory of the beard that is given to the second Remnant. The former attests to the glory of having with them the Son of God, and the latter attests to the glory of bringing back to this earth the Son of God. The truth is that the glory attested to here, in both cases is relative to the glory of their relationship to the Son of God. “To Him who sits on the throne, and to the Lamb, be blessing and honor and glory and dominion forever and ever” (Revelation 5:13). Amen.
Thus we see that the glory that Yahweh told me that He would give to the Bride is in fact a double portion—the glory of the long hair, as well as the glory of the beard; the glory of Yahshua’s presence in the beginning of the church, and the glory of preparing the way for and accompanying Him at His return. These two works are then united to reign with Him for a thousand years. We see then the answer to the question as to how the glory that belongs to the male as evidenced in the Scriptures and creation is fulfilled—it is given to the male second Remnant.
While we are here let us address something most revealing and confirming. Once again looking at that which Yahweh has attested in creation, why is it that in its entirety only the hair on man’s head will grow without end? Obviously Yahweh designed this to prophesy, for He could just as well have made our hair like that of all the creatures, or even the hair on the rest of our bodies—growing so far and stopping. Obviously He is saying something. Can you answer the question?
Let us add yet another telling distinction. In contrast to the man’s birth lips that have a glory that is unending, the glory of the woman’s birth lips is limited. Are you seeing the answer regarding hair? When Yahshua was birthed through the woman’s birth lips, was He indeed Immanuel? Was indeed His reign without end as Gabriel declared? Was His glory without end? No, no, and no. His glory was limited, both in significance and in duration. This we see testified when Yahshua was birthed through the lips of the woman whose glory is equally limited.
Now, what then is testified when Yahshua is birthed through the lips of the man? Will He indeed be Immanuel? Will His throne be without end? Will His glory be without end? Yes, yes, and yes. In contrast to the woman, the man’s beard attests that Immanuel’s glory will be all that prophecy has declared concerning Him. Whereas there is no end to the increase of a man’s beard, so “There will be no end to the increase of [Immanuel’s] government or of peace, on the throne of David and over his kingdom, to establish it and to uphold it with justice and righteousness from then on and forevermore” (Isaiah 9:7). Oh the marvels of His creation, His ways, and His attesting glory! Oh the joy that is set before us!
Let us now briefly consider another matter of highly compelling relevance. As stated in the first section and addressed in Chapter 5 of the writing, Coverings, we see that a woman is “obligated” to cover her head when she prays or prophesies. This is because it provides her authority to do so, and is for the sake of the angels. As stated in a literal translation of 1 Corinthians 11:8-10, we read: “For man does not originate from woman, but woman from man; for indeed man was not created for the woman's sake, but woman for the man's sake. Therefore the woman is obligated to have authority on her head, because of the angels.” It is quite revealing what this means relative to the first Remnant who had the long-hair glory of Yahshua’s presence. Was their Glory covered? Very much so.
Though Yahshua was the glory of Yahweh God, that glory was covered. As the Son of God, He possessed the Father’s glory, evidenced on the mount of transfiguration. However, in His role as the weak female, He too was obligated to conceal/cover that glory, and He did so. In every regard as taught by Paul, confirmed throughout the Scriptures, and fulfilled in His coming to the first Remnant, Yahshua walked out in obedience the ways and commands of Yahweh regarding the woman’s head—He covered His glory!
Ladies, if Yahshua’s “head” was covered, if a “headcovering” was placed on His glory, then how much more must you do likewise? But women want to show off their hair. They want to cut, color, and primp it to make themselves look good in the eyes of others, when the Son of God would dare not do the same. Yahshua set the standard, ladies, for you to follow. What He did, you are to emulate. As John said, “the one who says he abides in Him ought himself to walk in the same manner as He walked” (1 John 2:6). Ladies, Yahshua walked in His female role with His glory covered. You are to do likewise.
Furthermore, He did not add any worldly glamour to Himself, as women wrongly do with cosmetics. Where does the word “cosmetics” come from? From the Greek word “kosmos,” which means “world.” If Yahshua rejected the splendor of this kosmos (Matthew 4:8-10), ladies, why do you place it on the most telling part of your body—your face? You corrupt the testimony of Yahshua and do not walk in the same manner as He walked. Ladies, conform to His testimony and not to the kosmos, the world! If you say you are a follower of Yahshua, then follow in His ways. Otherwise, you lie to yourself and to others. If you want to enter into His glory, then you must enter into His humility—both in character and in appearance?
Concerning this testimony of the long hair and the beard, in the natural realm a bride possessing both the female’s long hair and the male’s beard is not possible, but with Yahweh God nothing is impossible. Male hippies tried to effect this, along with their free love, drugs, and rebellion against authority; but the flesh always fails in its attempts to fulfill the spiritual. Was Satan thereby mocking, foreshadowing, or attempting to accomplish Yahweh’s glorious works? Or maybe eternity is indeed in the heart of man (Ecclesiastes 3:11) and he is subconsciously reaching for what he can never obtain.
What if we had propounded in a riddle: How can the Bride receive the glory of long hair and the beard? No one in another thousand years could have figured this out. Again, with Yahweh God all things are possible, and He does so in the realm of the heavenly by creating the first Remnant female and the second Remnant male. Indeed, the truth in the fulfillment of this riddle is wonderful beyond comparison, and marvelous to behold. May Yahshua come quickly. Such is the benefit of plowing with Yahweh’s heifer.
Now, in addition to what we have learned already, let us address further the body of Christ. Even as we have seen that the first Remnant and Yahshua Himself in His coming through Mary are both feminine works, in like manner and in obvious necessity, for 2,000 years the body of Christ has been in that feminine role as well. Frankly, both governmentally and experientially, this should be quite obvious to you. If Yahshua came first in a weak, feminine, easily-deceived role, clearly His body would have to evidence the same.
Did the body of Christ have the beard, the masculine testimony? Not at all. Again, as stated in Isaiah 7:20, their beard was removed—they were made female in their work. This is confirmed in Isaiah 50:6 as well where we read, “I gave My back to those who strike Me, and My cheeks to those who pluck out the beard.” This was never confirmed in the Gospels to have been fulfilled with Yahshua as the other items were, but rather was obviously fulfilled by the body of Christ. Again, Yahshua left and they have not and cannot bring Him forth—they are not bearded.
Did Christians rule and reign in the quality of the male? Attested by the affliction of Yahshua when He was delivered over to the Jews and the Romans, the body of Christ takes on the worldly appearance of reigning—with their crown of thorns (the cares of this world), purple and scarlet robe, and a reed in their right hand. But it is all show and not reality. And we should note here that the purple (Mark 15:17, John 19:5) and scarlet (Matthew 27:28) that Yahshua was clothed in attests to the body of Christ becoming “mystery, Babylon the great, the mother of harlots and of the abominations of the earth” who “was clothed in purple and scarlet” (Revelation 17:4-5). This too evidences what women do when they take the place of the man—they leave the home and the family to commit harlotry with the world. It ought not be this way.
Did Christianity reign? Paul clearly stated to them, “You are already filled, you have already become rich, you have become kings without us; and indeed, I wish that you had become kings so that we also might reign with you” (1 Corinthians 4:8). They could not and cannot reign, for they are in their female role.
What the body of Christ does is precisely what women do in both the world and in the churches—they try to be male and not female, wanting to reign rather than to serve. Christianity rejects their governmental place, just as women do today.
Then does Christianity have the right to teach? Though the right to teach went from the first Remnant to the body of Christ, neither do they have the right to teach, for they too are in their female role of service. As with Yahshua, though they are male, their service was to be female. But unlike Yahshua who did only the will of the Father, they demonstrate their weakness and speak from their uncovered posterior mouths, feeding people dung. The body of Christ will not enter into their masculine role for another thousand years when they enter into their Elijah period. They have been feminine for 2,000 years, and they will be masculine for 2,000 years and reign and teach—this time truth.
We see then that the passing over principle is in play here regarding teaching—Yahweh passed over the first, the first Remnant; He passed over the second, the body of Christ; and He takes the third, the second Remnant. It is the second Remnant who are masculine and bearded and now have the right to teach, bringing forth the Word of God.
So does the body of Christ see all things clearly, living in their breach, in the cleft of the rock, in hades, meaning “to not see”? Obviously, it has been totally impossible for them to see. This is evidenced in their tower-of-Babel teachings—confusion. Paul, the founder and teacher of Christianity, fully attested to this as well. First, Paul’s encounter with Yahshua on the road to Damascus resulted in him being blinded for three days with scales on his eyes (Acts 9:9-19). This obviously evidences the 3,000 years that Christianity was given wherein they too have been blind with scales on their eyes—the three measures of meal that are all leavened, the three hours of equal darkness when Yahshua was on the cross, whereupon He cried, “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?” This would be precisely the fate of the body of Christ if their days are not cut short to two.
This is further the testimony of Paul, where we see that the thorn in his flesh, that he prayed would be removed and was not, was his weak eyes. It is obvious he received those eyes from his mother, for the Leah first Remnant birthed the body of Christ and certainly they inherited the same frail, feminine trait. Paul wrote, “See with what large letters I am writing to you with my own hand” (Galatians 6:11). Attested by Paul’s failed sight, the body of Christ can only see the obvious, but not the critical details. As the first-touch work, they see men as trees walking.
Christians, you are not masculine in your role and abilities yet, you are feminine. Your pulpits and staffing reveal this in that they are either filled with women, or your men are clean-shaven with the appearance of the woman. Your teachings are immensely shallow and filled with dung flesh teachings. And what you do see, in truth is only the obvious, the big letters of Paul’s handwriting. Even when he was caught up to the third heaven, the Millennial kingdom, to get a glimpse of what we are seeing today, it was illegal for him to disclose it (2 Corinthians 12:2-4, and read The Third Heaven). You are feminine in your present role, just like your example, Yahshua, and it is even moreso illegal for you to see and teach the truths that the bearded second Remnant is being shown and given—those who will rule and reign with Him in this Millennial period.
It is incumbent at this point that we further address this matter of women, as they occupy the same place of Christianity and are in a grossly rebellious state at this time. Some may object that so much emphasis is being given herein to the shortfall of women; but given the fact that so much destruction has come upon America, the world, and the church through their Eveonian error, this address is entirely necessary. If an illness is killing or incapacitating a body, then the source of that illness must come into focus and be addressed. This is the Eveonian feminism that is at epidemic proportions. If something is broken, it has to be fixed; and women in governance, in the workforce, and in the church increasingly evidence destructive error and wrong. If Yahshua has to cut the days of Eveonian Christianity short lest no flesh be saved, how much more must the days of Eveonian America and the nations come to an end? Let us continue.
Like the body of Christ, women fail to recognize their place as a woman—the role of a servant. As we have already noted in 1 Peter 3:1-2, the “In the same way, you wives . . .” comparison of the woman was specifically with that of a servant: “Servants, be submissive to your masters with all respect, not only to those who are good and gentle, but also to those who are unreasonable. For this finds favor, if for the sake of conscience toward God a person bears up under sorrows when suffering unjustly” (1 Peter 2:18-19). Then Peter added, “In the same way, you wives . . . .”
But this role of a servant really should be of no surprise, for Yahshua Himself said concerning His coming in that place—“the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many” (Matthew 20:28). And in like manner, the woman is urged, “For in this way [of a “gentle and quiet spirit”], in former times the holy women also, who hoped in God, used to adorn themselves [not with kosmos], being submissive to their own husbands, just as Sarah obeyed Abraham, calling him lord. And you have become her children if you do what is right without being frightened by any fear” (1 Peter 3:5-6). Calling one’s husband “lord” is clearly the position of being a servant.
In light of this called and even obligated place and attitude, bearing with it accountability, we see that women today are failing not only miserably but with destructive consequences under the Curse of 1920. Every woman will be judged for her faithfulness as a woman, and every man will be judged for his faithfulness as a man. Each will be judged for their faithfulness with regard to that in which they have been entrusted. Women object and demand that they are equal to the man. Frankly, this is a lie that goes back to the Garden, with the same cursed consequences. As we see here, they are no more equal to the man than a servant is equal to his master. They are no more equal to the man than Yahshua was equal to the Father, or we as the created are equal to God. The problem is that women (along with deceived men) often run on emotions and not on government, thereby proving their weakness as women. They operate out of the curse from the Garden—the desire of the woman for the place of her husband—and not from Yahweh God’s original order.
There is no equality in the coming of the Son of God as Yahshua, as compared to His coming as Immanuel. There is no equality in the first Remnant and the second Remnant. There was no equality in the man who first saw men as trees walking, and then saw all things clearly. There is no equality in the created and the Creator. There is no equality in the servant and the master. And neither does the woman have equality with the man. Whether one is willing to accept it or not, this is Yahweh God’s government and order, and we are wise to honor and follow it just as Yahshua humbled Himself and did so. The female can NEVER be equal to or rule over the male. That is rebellion.
If we are not to operate off of emotions, if we are not to operate off of the teachings of feminized Christianity and the world, then what are we to operate off of? We cannot operate off of that which is below, but from that which is above. The above is to be our source, our hope, our quest, and our standard. For example, someone asked me recently about birth control. My challenge to them was, can you take the same practice and apply it to the heavenly? Is there a restraint on bringing forth offspring in the kingdom of heaven? No. Be fruitful and multiply was Yahweh’s command. Then birth control is a failed practice that does not reflect the heavenly.
In the same manner, though in heaven we will not be in male and female bodies (Matthew 22:24-30), do you think that the principle of male and female will be corrupted in heaven whereby the created will rule over the Creator? Of course not. Thereby, as Yahshua prayed, His kingdom come, His will be done on earth as it is in heaven. And when Yahshua came 2,000 years ago, this is precisely what He walked out on earth—taking the place of the feminine, coming to serve and not to be served, submitting Himself to man to the extent that, as we read in 1 Peter 2:18-19, He submitted to unreasonable masters, even to the point of death. He was in every way exemplary of the way women should be.