Kissing, Lips, and Attesting Glory
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BORN OF A VIRGIN
Thus far we have answered three very important and revealing questions—the first regarding the number of pairs of lips that men and women bear, second the prophetic significance of the lips on our face, and third the female/male relationship of the two Remnant. Let us now address two more questions. First, what does it mean for Yahshua to be born of a virgin? Second, the Scriptures and all creation attest that the male receives the glory, so how is this fulfilled in the kingdom? This last question is one that has puzzled me since 1994, and only now have I seen the answer. But in this section let us address this first question.
In Isaiah 7:14 we read the familiar passage, “Therefore Yahweh Himself will give you a sign: behold, a virgin will be with child and bear a son, and she will call His name Immanuel.” Certainly, Yahshua, the Son of God, was born of a virgin, Mary. No offspring before had ever come through the birth-lips of a virgin, nor has there since. Yahshua was not the product of flesh man. His body was not from the serpent sperm that is cast down to the egg earth. Instead, Mary was overshadowed by the Holy Spirit and thereupon Yahshua was born.
Now, if this was the case with Yahshua’s first birth, must it not also be true with His second birth? As you will see—absolutely. His first birth was by natural means; and as we have seen He came to this earth in weakness, in the place as the created, the female role. When He comes again, He will come as King, and cannot be birthed from or by the natural, in weakness. In contrast to the female, He is to be born in strength through the male. Yet even so, as prophesied by Isaiah, He, once again, must be born of a virgin. Is this now possible? Indeed.
We have already noted that Mary brought forth Yahshua, who brought forth the first Bride, who brought forth the body of Christ, who brings forth the second Bride, who brings forth Yahshua in glory. We have also noted that the “births” of offspring from three men thus far have been by placing a slit in their sides and the offspring created outside of their bodies. Also, we read in Revelation 14:4-5 that the second Remnant are those “who have not been defiled with women, for they have kept themselves chaste,” and that “no lie was found in their mouth; they are blameless.”
We have seen as well that, legally, the second Remnant is male. Up to this point in Yahweh’s creation, any offspring from a male has been from his side, has been strictly female, and was created apart from him. But now another offspring must be born, and it must be a male—the Son of God must be birthed to this earth. How can this be? Clearly, we know that there must be an Elijah that, as a Mary, prepares the way for Yahshua. But how then can this male give birth to a male? Certainly it cannot be from his side, because the Elijah cannot be put to sleep—die—and a rib taken out; for in fact the Elijah is that rib work that came out of the body of Christ. There is only one way that this male can bring forth a Son as a virgin, having never been born in such manner—the birth must be from his mouth!
We have already seen that the man’s bearded mouth is equal to the bearded area which brings forth offspring from the woman—both receiving glory. No man, specifically the Son of God, has ever been born from that masculine birth area, including Christianity’s. Despite 2,000 years of preaching, they have never “birthed” Him from their mouth, they have never brought Him forth. Therefore, Yahshua’s birth is not recorded at all in Christianity Mark. The body of Christ have not and cannot birth Yahshua. They are not bearded. As Yahweh spoke to me in 1994, they will not receive the glory. (More on this in the next section.) So what must now take place? This Elijah Bride, even this male “bride,” must equally—as with Mary and the first Remnant—be overshadowed by the Holy Spirit and bring forth the Son of God, born of a virgin—this time by the male’s mouth.
Clearly prophesying this, the description of the second Remnant in Revelation 14:4-5 is literally, “who have not been defiled with women, for they have kept themselves virgin . . . no lie was found in their mouth.” And quite significantly, Yahshua is indeed called the Word, that which is formed in and birthed from a mouth. And without a doubt, it is the masculine second Remnant that is a virgin, having never before given birth from their bearded mouth, doing so by the overshadowing of the Holy Spirit.
Let us note as well that in Isaiah 7:14 we read: “a virgin will be with child and bear a son, and she will call His name Immanuel.” Yet, in Matthew 1:21 the angel told Joseph, “She [Mary] will bear a Son; and you shall call His name Yahshua, for He will save His people from their sins.” Likewise in Luke 1:31 we read that Mary was told by the angel, “you will conceive in your womb and bear a son, and you shall name Him Yahshua.” Yes, the angel goes on to quote the passage from Isaiah 7:14 regarding Immanuel, and he told Mary that Yahshua would be given a throne and that His kingdom would have no end; but, why did they not name Him that which was prophesied—Immanuel?
We know that when Yahshua came through Mary, He did not stay on the earth. He was indeed the Lamb of God who died for our sins, as His name declares, but instead He went back to heaven. He was not given a throne, and His kingdom did not endure; in fact it was given to Satan—the Rod turned into the serpent. As we are further told in verses 16 and 17 of Isaiah 7, the kingdom He left here was forsaken and the days that followed were such as have never come since. The kingdom of heaven that Yahshua brought has been corrupted and desolated for 2,000 years—the great tribulation. Equally, as it is written in 24 and 25, there have been briars and thorns in the kingdom—the great and terrible wilderness of Christianity. But most significantly, verse 20 states that a razor was sent to “remove the beard”! The opportunity to bring Yahshua’s return was removed from Christianity. They are beardless, both literally and governmentally. Again, His birth was not recorded in Mark—only in Matthew and Luke.
The fact is, Immanuel was not birthed through Mary, but rather Yahshua, the Lamb of God. Neither was that which is written in Isaiah 9:6-7 fulfilled:
For a child will be born to us, a son will be given to us; and the government will rest on His shoulders; and His name will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Eternal Father, Prince of Peace. There will be no end to the increase of His 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.
There was very much so an end to both Yahshua’s government and His peace with His birth through Mary. And justice and righteousness neither began nor endured forevermore. The kingdom was and ever since has been corrupted. So what then is the answer regarding these obvious promises and prophesies about Immanuel that have not yet been fulfilled? Like so many of the works that Yahweh performs, there was a breach! We know that Yahshua came early, before the time (Matthew 8:29); and the fact is, His birth as Immanuel would not come for 2,000 years.
“Immanuel” means “God with us.” Ask yourself the simple question: Has God been with us for the last 2,000 years? The answer is obvious: No. The fact is, He was only with us in His weakness as Yahshua for a short three and a half years, and then returned back to heaven. His coming as Immanuel to abide with us as King of kings is not possible until the Millennial reign. The fact is, Immanuel was not birthed through Mary, but as the angels declared to both of them, Yahshua was born—the One who suffered and died and returned to heaven. The fact is, to use a phrase that is common to Christians, He must be born again—this time as is spoken by Isaiah, as Immanuel, God with us, and this through a virgin. The razor must be put away, the glory of God must be given to the man, the beard must return, and man must give birth to the Word of God, Immanuel! The fact is, Isaiah 7:14 is yet to be fulfilled.
Thus, the item we stated earlier is more accurately:
Mary –> Yahshua –> Bride –> body of Christ –> second Bride –> Immanuel
But you may say as a man, “I am as Isaiah, for I am a man of unclean lips. My lips are not virgin.” But neither were Mary’s birth lips lacking of uncleanness. Every time she had her cycle, she was unclean (Leviticus 15:19, 25). Why did a woman’s cycle make her unclean? Because the red blood that flowed in her spoke of Satan, who is repeatedly identified with the color red. These bodies are the seat of sin, they are a Satan that resists Yahweh God and wars against the Spirit. And what is it that gives these bodies that life? The red blood, the same blood that passed between Mary’s birth lips and made her unclean.
In equal regard, you as a man have unquestionably evidenced the same testimony as Mary—Satan has been evidenced from your lips and made you unclean. That is what “rizpah” is for. What is rizpah? It is the Hebrew word for the “burning coal” that the angel took from the altar and touched to Isaiah’s lips to make them clean (Isaiah 6:5-7).
In 1994, I cried out to Yahweh concerning all that I lost and left when I walked away from everything I had built for thirteen years. His reply to me was that I was to be a Rizpah and sit on the rock with sackcloth until water was poured out from heaven on me. This is the event regarding Saul’s concubine, Rizpah, found in 2 Samuel 21.
Rizpah was in fact doing the same thing Abraham did by guarding the covenant parts from the birds of the sky and the beasts of the field. This is what I have been doing since 1994. And with what we have recently learned about the establishment of the second portion of those covenant parts that coincides specifically with 1994, this that He told me is all the more significant. In the precise year that Yahweh started laying out the second set of covenant parts 9 x 430 years from that very covenant testimony in Genesis 15 (read “The Sabbath Rest”), He told me to be a Rizpah, and then showed me that I was to guard the covenant parts. That is what I have been doing since 1994. This is most encouraging.
I have been that Rizpah and guarded the covenant parts. But hopefully, I will be that rizpah, that burning coal from the altar, and equally cleanse your lips. Men, and women alike, this is the challenge that is given to you in this writing. Given the tremendous significance and opportunity that lies before us, we must have clean lips and no lie be found in our mouths. If we are to birth Yahshua to this earth, we must be men of clean lips. May it be with you as spoken to Mary by Elizabeth, “Blessed are you among men, and blessed is the fruit of your mouth!” Remember men, and women, you will be held accountable for every careless word.