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SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION
In summary, let us list the testimonies we have seen
in this brief writing. In each case we will limit ourselves to listing only
the testimony given in the meaning of the person’s name, or its application.
Clearly we see from these replete foreshadowings a pattern defining a two-Remnant work which is separated by a breach period. This two-Remnant work is initiated with the promise of being a kingdom which would bring the return of Yahshua as reigning king in which He would recompense all men according to their deeds, a kingdom in which men would no longer die, yet 2,000 years later find its promised completion in a work that is placed under an anointing of the Holy Spirit as was the former interrupted work. The center 2,000 year period is a breach separating these two works, a delay period before the kingdom of God will in fact be that which Yahshua promised.
We will close this writing by examining what we find to be a continuing and highly confirming testimony seen in the genealogy of Yahshua. We have already noted from Steve Jones’ work that the meaning of the names of the first ten men beginning with Adam and ending with Noah, clearly tell the story of man’s problem with the flesh, the death of Yahshua, and sending the Holy Spirit. With this salient message encoded within the first ten men in this most important genealogy, would it not be expected that the remaining genealogy would equally reveal the continuing works of Yahweh? And this is exactly what we find! Yahweh's message does not end with Noah. Even as the flood brought an end to the old and the beginning of the new, so we see encoded in the names of the next generations the new work Yahweh will perform, precisely as we have discussed.
The first ten men in this genealogy record the beginning
works of Yahweh - man’s problem with the flesh, Yahshua’s death, and the
sending of the Holy Spirit. In the next twenty-nine generations from Noah’s
son Shem to Melea, four generations after King David, we find the very message
we have seen in the pattern addressed in this writing - a first Remnant, followed
by a breach, which separates the former Remnant from a latter second Remnant.
Other details are revealed here as well. Let us now look at this most revealing
account. Beginning with Noah’s son Shem, we find the following genealogy
and the meaning of their names.
This is a long list of names; but actually there
is an equal number of names remaining before reaching Joseph, Yahshua’s earthly
father. Thus the message we find in the above listed names is only a portion,
a paragraph one might say, within what we find to be a chronological account
of the works and plans of Yahweh (even as we saw in the first ten names).
While we could provide the next ten names that follow Melea and end with
Joshua, along with the message that their names reveal, we will limit ourselves
in this writing to the above twenty-nine names. (The added ten names interestingly
reveal Yahweh’s ensuing dealings with breach Christianity.) Let us now place
together the meanings of the above names and see what message they reveal.
In order to retain the continuity of the encoded message, we will restate
the phrase found in the first ten names.
Earthly man was placed in frail flesh as his fixed habitation. But the praise of God (Yahshua) will descend to teach or initiate. When He is dead, it shall be sent, the Powerful One, the Comforter.
The shining providential regeneration (the first Remnant) who continue in their fixed habitation (which is the problem), knowing rest and petition, will be passed over, dividing the companions that are interwoven together (the two Remnants). Piercing the delay period (the body of Christ) will bring forth a multitude who will know laughter and joy, bringing to an end the curse on man to the praise of Yahweh. Thus the breach will be enclosed or repaired when the Remnant are lifted up to heaven from earthly man. These will be a people of liberality and abundance. They will prophecy, being covered with power (as the covered bride; the precise message of 1 Corinthians 11:5 & 10), laboring and serving in strength, upright. They are the well-beloved (the bride), receiving the double portion gifts of God, rewarded according to God’s fullness!
This is a highly revealing and most significant account concerning the divided two Remnants, and Yahweh’s plans and purposes regarding them.
By understanding the application of this most important pattern, which is the subject of this writing, along with other supporting testimonies such as this encoded message found in the genealogy of Yahshua, we can begin to understand how Yahshua’s promise to His disciples was not fulfilled as expected, but delayed to be fulfilled some 2,000 years later by those who would once again be under the fresh anointing of the Holy Spirit - the latter rain. This is the Elijah second Remnant, who receive the Moses first Remnant promise.
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