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The church is generally aware that the next great work of Yahweh will be a fulfillment of Tabernacles. The church (the kingdom of God) began with a Passover work - the death of Yahshua as the Passover Lamb, and as a Nazirite, the restoration of the kingdom of God. Then on Pentecost there was the outpouring of the set-apart Spirit, the former rain. Now the church is looking for the next work - the Tabernacles work.

Many have their ideas as to what that work will be, and some people are somewhat correct. But, "somewhat" is not sufficient! What they do not realize is the most critical element of Tabernacles - the weaving of the booth, the covering. There can be no Tabernacles without a booth. There can be no booth without weaving one. And there can be no weaving without the Remnant holding all things in common. The Remnant is nothing more than a bunch of weavers, both the first, as well as the last. And in Clinton Christianity we saw the prophetic vicious murder of the first weavers - the Randy Weavers, his wife Vicky, their 14 year old son, Samuel, and the family dog (a Caleb, or "dog") who on Ruby Ridge were intercessoral pictures of that first Remnant that equally had to die.

This is Christianity Bill Goliath Clinton with his spear, the shaft of which is "like a weaver's beam," a spear that Gores the side of Yahshua's body in order to bring out a bride, a Bush, a second Remnant Bush, a second Remnant olive tree!

The first and the second Remnant's work of weaving or holding all things in common is performed so that Tabernacles can be observed.

What we now have before us is the beginning of the Tabernacles age. The truth we are now receiving regarding the covering of the bride is being introduced right at the time of Tabernacles. Why? Because the revelation of this Tabernacles covering marks the beginning of the Tabernacles age. Anyone now throughout the establishment of this Remnant bride who enters into holding all things in common, enters into this Tabernacles work that brings this age into its fullness. What will be the fullness? When the second Remnant at Trumpets ascends alive to heaven and is joined with the first Remnant, are born from above into imperishable bodies, and fourteen days later at Tabernacles return with Yahshua to set up His everlasting kingdom. This is what was spoken in Revelation 11:15 - "The kingdom of the world has become the kingdom of our Lord, and of His Christ; and He will reign forever and ever."

This is the kingdom that was revealed in Chuck's vision. As the Remnant traverse this earth in a band from north to south, passing from east to west, everything will be changed for good. Imagine, if you would, a United Nations meeting in which Yahshua or His Remnant are there providing the counsel they need in bringing peace and order to this world. This will happen. Imagine a World Trade Organization meeting in which, under the guidance of the Remnant, world trade will provide world compassion and justice. And imagine, if you can, a World Counsel of Churches meeting, and they actually come to agreement on what they believe and what is their mission. Amazing! If you believe the Remnant teaching is a minority now (to say the least), just wait!

While Christianity is preparing for and teaching that Yahshua's return will be with wrath, this is not the message that is given in Isaiah 40 regarding Yahshua's return with His two Remnant. Continuing in verses 9 through 11, we read:

Get yourself up on a high mountain,
O Zion, bearer of good news,
Lift up your voice mightily,
O Jerusalem, bearer of good news;
Lift it up, do not fear.
Say to the cities of Judah,
"Here is your God!"
Behold, the Lord Yahweh will come with might,
With His arm ruling for Him (His Remnant).
Behold, His reward is with Him,
And His recompense before Him.
Like a shepherd He will tend His flock,
In His arm He will gather the lambs,
And carry them in His bosom;
He will gently lead those that have young.

Tell us, where is that wrath? There is no wrath from the One who has come to this earth to care for the people as a tender shepherd. There is no wrath from the One who has brought with Him His Elijah, who has caused His troubled soul to find peace and satisfaction. There is no wrath from the One who has beheld the set-apart Spirit sent out to bring forth Elijah, seen here in Isaiah 40 and of whom was spoken of at the close of Malachi - "Behold, I am going to send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and terrible day of Yahweh." Why is there no wrath? Why will He send Elijah before this great and terrible day? So He does not have to come in wrath! "And he (Elijah) will restore the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers, lest I come and smite the land with a curse."

The Tabernacles age we are now entering by way of the covering/the booth being placed over the Remnant bride, will be an age of joy and peace, even as the feast of Tabernacles is the most joyous of all three feasts. In the vision Chuck was given, he noted that this "army of God" had great joy and were united together in common love. No, the Remnant reigning under Yahshua will bring joy, peace, love, understanding, and truth. These will be the implements of "warfare" that will conquer the world under Yahshua.

Today, the age of Tabernacles has begun. It is marked by these truths that we His Remnant bride are being shown during the period of the feast of Tabernacles, 2000. All of us who in His time and wisdom and provision enter under the covering of holding all things in common, prepare the way for Yahshua's return, as well as the transformation of our bodies from the earthly to the heavenly. Our Tabernacles response is the branches being laid before the King for His entrance - the Elijah work of preparing the way!

The book of Zechariah is one of the most Remnant revealing books in the entire Bible. And understandably so. The prophet Zechariah, along with Haggai, were the two witnesses sent to the remnant of Judah to move them to complete the construction of the temple. That construction was breached by a fifteen year delay period. Does this not sound strangely familiar?

Zechariah is filled with important Remnant truths such as the highly revealing seven-branched lampstand and the two sons of fresh oil (ch. 4), the declaration that Yahweh would engrave an engraving of Satan on a rock - Africa (ch. 3), the outstanding truth that Yahweh would divide the church two thirds and one third, or 2,000 years and 1,000 years (13:7-9), the attesting picture that Yahweh would divide the Mount of Olives (the olive tree Remnant) east and west by the "very large valley" of Christianity (14:1-5), and the notoriety goes on.

And while the prophet presents things in a way that one would think they would be fulfilled literally (e.g., the Mount of Olives split in two), the things written here are actually fulfilled spiritually (the Mount of Olives are the two-part Remnant split by Christianity).

In further evidence of the true fulfillment of these verses, let us look as well at a prophecy from the other remnant witness, Haggai. That which was spoken by these two initiating men was not to be fulfilled by what was taking place in the natural; but rather, it looked to what is taking place now with the TRUE Remnant, the completion of the TRUE temple.

In Haggai 2:9 we read the promise - "'The latter glory of this house will be greater than the former,' says Yahweh of hosts, 'and in this place I shall give peace,' declares Yahweh of hosts." Was the glory of that earthly house indeed greater than the previous, Solomon's temple? No way! In fact, the glory of Yahweh never entered that house of stone. And was there peace? Never! Ezra had his troubles with the people. Nehemiah had his troubles with them. The ensuing period of the Maccabees was a very troubled period. And finally the Romans came and tore that house down. Obviously, Yahweh must have been speaking of another "house," just like He was speaking of another Mount of Olives, another very large rock, and a Shepherd and His sheep that would come later.

Keeping this in mind, let us now read from the closing chapter of this most revealing book of Zechariah, verses 16 through 19.

Then it will come about that any who are left of all the nations that went against Jerusalem will go up from year to year to worship the King, Yahweh of hosts, and to celebrate the Feast of Booths. And it will be that whichever of the families of the earth does not go up to Jerusalem to worship the King, Yahweh of hosts, there will be no rain on them. And if the family of Egypt does not go up or enter, then no rain will fall on them; it will be the plague with which Yahweh smites the nations who do not go up to celebrate the Feast of Booths. This will be the punishment of Egypt, and the punishment of all the nations who do not go up to celebrate the Feast of Booths.

Are you getting the picture? This warning undoubtedly was never intended to be fulfilled literally, any more than the literal Mount of Olives will split (that "mountain" is already split), or that the glory of the latter temple was greater than the glory of Solomon's temple. What will be greater is the glory of the second Remnant over the glory of the first Remnant; or the glory of the Remnant over the glory of Christianity; however you want to look at it.

Equally, we see here in these verses that if someone will not celebrate the feast of Booths, then they will not receive the rain. What rain is this? Right now, in these very days when the work on this true "tabernacle" is underway, this warning in Zechariah will be fulfilled. If someone in these days that we now live is not willing to enter into this Tabernacles age by holding all things in common as their Booth, or covering, then Yahweh will fulfill His word and not send the latter rain on them. Or to turn this around and look at it from where we are at this Tabernacles, 2000; if we are not willing to hold all things in common and establish our "booth," our "weaving" together of all our resources, we can in no wise expect to receive the ever increasing latter rain. The only way we nations of people can and will receive that ever increasing rain is to worship the King and celebrate the feast of Booths until He comes, our branches woven before Him at His approaching. It is our choice, our work, for the bride must make HERSELF ready!


Luke 19:37-40

The whole multitude of the disciples

began to praise God with a loud voice





If we His Elijah Remnant remain silent,

The stones of judgment will cry out for wrath!

Cry out, oh Remnant, Cry out!!




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