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The coming cataclysm

 

This article is the nineteenth in a series of articles dealing with the spiritual events --- as prophesied by the Lord in Matthew 24 --- that are already taking place prior to the coming of the Son of Man. This article will share on the words spoken by the Lord in Matthew 24:37-41.

 

Index

The coming transformation

The Girgashite matriarchal lifestyle

The Canaanite matriarchal lifestyle

The anti-angelic Canaanite wave

The ark of angelic priesthood

The unwanted rising

One male embraced, the other simply forgiven

The 3 righteous measures of leaven

The millstone




The coming transformation

In Matthew 24:37-38, the Lord declares the following:

 

"37 But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. 38 For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark" (Matthew 24:37-38)

 

The word "flood" in verse 38 was translated from the Greek word kataklysmos. As we have shared in a YouTube video, the Anglicised version of kataklysmos is the word "cataclysm", which, as indicated on merriam-webster.com, can be taken to mean "a momentous and violent event marked by overwhelming upheaval and demolition", or "an event that brings great changes". Therefore, it speaks of an event that causes the destruction of old structures so that deep, transformational changes may take place. Hence, the "flood" in verse 38 refers to the plucking up of the matriarchal roots that dominate the human experience so that God's Spirit-centric paradigms may be established. The first literal "flood" during Noah's time served as a water baptism that prevented an overwhelming domination of the Canaanite and Girgashite spirits that would have led to the total collapse of humanity. In other words, the first "flood" cleaned humanity's surface, leaving evil in a manageable-enough state so as to allow the development of God's purposes. The coming "flood", by contrast, shall serve as a fire baptism that will penetrate through the surface and obliterate the rule of the soul over the spirit throughout all of humanity:

 

"19 By which also he went and preached unto the spirits in prison; 20 Which sometime were disobedient, when once the longsuffering of God waited in the days of Noah, while the ark was a preparing, wherein few, that is, eight souls were saved by water. 21 The like figure whereunto even baptism doth also now save us (not the putting away of the filth of the flesh, but the answer of a good conscience toward God,) by the resurrection of Jesus Christ" (1 Peter 3:19-21)

 

"5 For this they willingly are ignorant of, that by the word of God the heavens were of old, and the earth standing out of the water and in the water: 6 Whereby the world that then was, being overflowed with water, perished: 7 But the heavens and the earth, which are now, by the same word are kept in store, reserved unto fire against the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men." (2 Peter 3:5-7)

 

The Girgashite matriarchal lifestyle

In Matthew 24:38 above, the Lord declares that people will be "eating and drinking", "marrying and giving in marriage" when the Spirit's "flood" comes. The "eating and drinking" refers to people being obsessed with fulfilling "physical", i.e. material needs, which points to the Girgashite spirit of earthliness. The words "eating" and "drinking" in Matthew 24:38 were translated from the Greek verbs trogo and pino respectively. These 2 verbs only appear together in 3 verses of Scripture, with the other 2 verses being in John 6:

 

"Whoso eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, hath eternal life; and I will raise him up at the last day" (John 6:54)

 

"He that eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, dwelleth in me, and I in him" (John 6:56)

 

The Lord spoke these words to a crowd that were chasing Him, trying to turn Him into an earthly king because He had provided them with temporal food:

 

"When Jesus therefore perceived that they would come and take him by force, to make him a king, he departed again into a mountain himself alone" (John 6:15)

 

"25 And when they had found him on the other side of the sea, they said unto him, Rabbi, when camest thou hither? 26 Jesus answered them and said, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Ye seek me, not because ye saw the miracles, but because ye did eat of the loaves, and were filled. 27 Labour not for the meat which perisheth, but for that meat which endureth unto everlasting life, which the Son of man shall give unto you: for him hath God the Father sealed." (John 6:25-27)

 

Notice that Yeshua speaks of "eating" His "flesh" and "drinking" His "blood" (v54, v56). As shown by Luke 22:18-20, His blood is related to "wine", which, as we have studied before, speaks of evangelistic conquest. From this, we can conclude that "eating" in Matthew 24:38 refers to the fundamental quest to fulfil temporal, natural needs, whereas "drinking" refers to a more deliberate quest for worldly conquest and achievement. In other words, "eating" in this context refer to the mundane, everyday pursuit of material needs, as when a man gets up everyday and goes to work to make a living and put food on the table and buy some material luxuries. As we all know, this pursuit can become rather "dry" and draining, producing an emptiness of existence that bares out the fact that man does not live by bread alone. However, instead of realising their need to transcend the material, many choose to "double down" on their natural pursuit, attempting to fill their existential emptiness by embarking on an Amorite quest to establish earthly "empires", whether it be in the form of large business empires, great professional success, or great intellectual achievements. This pursuit of an "invisible" goal far into the future acts as a cheap replacement of the eternal, prophetic calling that Girgashite men so endeavour to avoid.

 

The Canaanite matriarchal lifestyle

As we have shared before [*** Romans 13-7, Low-passion victors], marriage is the strongest type of soul relationship between two people. Therefore, the phrase "marrying and giving in marriage" in Matthew 24:38 refers to the pursuit of soul relationships, which, in turn, points to the Canaanite spirit, due to the Canaanites' obsession with soul communion. Whereas "marrying" per se points to the Canaanite need to pursue soulish relationships, "giving in marriage" points to those who, dissatisfied with merely engaging in soul communion, endeavour on an Amorite quest to establish dominion over others by providing them with the soul communion that they so desperately seek. These people become the "networkers" that make it possible for people to come together and enjoy the "blessings" of soul communion. This ability to provide this service gives them power over people and allows them to exercise unrighteous Amorite dominion over them. This is why it was so important for the matriarchal pastors to appropriate the authority to "marry" people. There is no Scriptural evidence that the priests of the Old Testament claimed the authority to marry people, and, contrary to what the corrupt catholic Church espouses, there is no "marriage sacrament" detailed in either the Old or the New Testament. If God did not bother to describe the details of a marriage ceremony in even the Old Testament, which abounds in detailed spiritual rituals, who is the Canaanite pastor, catholic or not, to claim that he was called by God to perform it? God has declared, once and again, that marriage is an act that involves 3 persons: the husband, the wife, and God, who unites them in marriage. Cursed be any others who dare to step in the middle of that triangular act:

 

"4 And he answered and said unto them, Have ye not read, that he which made them at the beginning made them male and female, 5 And said, For this cause shall a man leave father and mother, and shall cleave to his wife: and they twain shall be one flesh? 6 Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder." (Matthew 19:4-6)

 

It is the man and the woman who have the authority to declare each other "married". Whenever a man says, "Pastor ZYX married us", he is unwittingly granting authority to ZYX over his marriage, and he is granting ZYX the illusory title of creator, as if he had been the one who created that marriage, breathing spiritual substance and legitimacy into it. Such is the level of Canaanite-Amorite wickedness that those who "give in marriage" practice.

 

The anti-angelic Canaanite wave

As you may know, during His earthly ministry, Yeshua was at one point approached by Girgashite, Sadducee teachers and presented with a hypothetical scenario that proved, at least in their natural minds, that the notion of prophetic "resurrection" was ludicrous. In this hypothetical scenario, a woman had been married to 7 men during her lifetime, which begged the question in them, "Who shall be her husband in the resurrection?". The Lord replied:

 

"29 Jesus answered and said unto them, Ye do err, not knowing the scriptures, nor the power of God. 30 For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven. 31 But as touching the resurrection of the dead, have ye not read that which was spoken unto you by God, saying, 32 I am the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob? God is not the God of the dead, but of the living. 33 And when the multitude heard this, they were astonished at his doctrine." (Matthew 22:29-33)

 

As we have shared before, "angels" are soulless spirits. Because of this, "angels" do not get caught up in the entanglements of soul communion and are therefore free to carry out spiritual acts, even when those acts are contrary to the soul's inclinations. When the sons and daughters of God become like angels, acting in the resurrection nature that God has placed within us, they become unmanipulable by soulish, Canaanite tugs. As a result, they become very dangerous to the soul-exalting matriarchy, especially to the Canaanites, who deeply resent anything and anyone that dares to establish the rule of the Spirit over their souls:

 

"And there came two angels to Sodom at even; and Lot sat in the gate of Sodom: and Lot seeing them rose up to meet them; and he bowed himself with his face toward the ground" (Genesis 19:1)

 

"4 But before they lay down, the men of the city, even the men of Sodom, compassed the house round, both old and young, all the people from every quarter: 5 And they called unto Lot, and said unto him, Where are the men which came in to thee this night? bring them out unto us, that we may know them." (Genesis 19:4-5)

 

"And they said, Stand back. And they said again, This one fellow came in to sojourn, and he will needs be a judge: now will we deal worse with thee, than with them. And they pressed sore upon the man, even Lot, and came near to break the door." (Genesis 19:9)

 

As we have shared before, God calls His sons and daughters to carry out angelic actions on Earth, actions that matriarchals actively hinder and fight against, for those actions bring the apostolic judgements of God and His evangelistic dominion to the Earth. As shown in Genesis 19, the angels' manifestation in Sodom led to overwhelming judgement against Sodom and to the establishment of God's sovereignty over that city. Since no one there cared to have God as their King, none of them remained after His Kingship had been manifested there. This is what happened in the days of Noah as well. Through his angelic actions, Noah judged the world unto literal obliteration so that humanity could have a required restart and so that the seeds of God's Kingdom and Righteousness could be sown and grow.

 

"By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith" (Hebrews 11:7)

[Notice that Noah used his faith to condemn the world]

 

The ark of angelic priesthood

The word "ark" in the phrase "Noe entered into the ark" of Matthew 24:38 was translated from the Greek word kibotos, which is only used 6 times in 6 verses of Scripture. In 3 of those verses (Matthew 24:38, Luke 17:27, and 1 Peter 3:20), it is used to refer to Noah's ark. In the other 3 verses (Hebrews 9:4, Hebrews 11:7, and Revelation 11:19), it is used to refer to the Ark of the Covenant, which was in the Holy of Holies and represents the Shekinah Presence of God Himself. Therefore, the Ark of the Covenant speaks of priesthood at its highest level. Thus, the connection between kibotos and the Ark of the Covenant points to the New-Covenant, Melchizedek priesthood that we are called to exercise after being redeemed by the Lord. Most believers, influenced by the pastoral matriarchy, abdicate their New-Covenant priesthood, regressing to an Old-Covenant paradigm that separates the Body of Christ into a high caste of "priests" (the matriarchal pastors) and a lower (but necessary) caste of "laymen". This is compounded by the matriarchal indoctrination that teaches believers that their role in life is to wait for God to fix the world, all whilst they provide funding for the "priestly caste" and lure some lost souls here and there into the "salvation nets" of the matriarchal Church.

 

Interestingly enough, the word "entered" in the phrase "Noe entered into the ark" of Matthew 24:38 was translated from the Greek verb eiserchomai, which appears in the New Testament for the 11th time in verse 4 of the following passage:

 

"1 At that time Jesus went on the sabbath day through the corn; and his disciples were an hungred, and began to pluck the ears of corn, and to eat. 2 But when the Pharisees saw it, they said unto him, Behold, thy disciples do that which is not lawful to do upon the sabbath day. 3 But he said unto them, Have ye not read what David did, when he was an hungred, and they that were with him; 4 How he entered into the house of God, and did eat the shewbread, which was not lawful for him to eat, neither for them which were with him, but only for the priests? 5 Or have ye not read in the law, how that on the sabbath days the priests in the temple profane the sabbath, and are blameless?" (Matthew 12:1-5)

 

Despite living in an environment dominated by the Old Covenant and the Aaronic priesthood, David was aware by faith of his New-Covenant priesthood and dared to operate in it, even if it meant drawing the ire of those who wanted to uphold the caste-centric Old-Covenant paradigm:

 

"And as the ark of the LORD came into the city of David, Michal Saul's daughter looked through a window, and saw king David leaping and dancing before the LORD; and she despised him in her heart." (2 Samuel 6:16)

 

Interestingly, the name "Michal" literally means "Who is like God?", and means the same as the name "Michael". Therefore, it can be said that "Michal" is the feminine form of "Michael". Despite having the same meaning, however, "Michal" is only spelt with 4 letters in Hebrew, whilst "Michael" is spelt with 5, the missing letter being the letter aleph (א) right before the Hebrew "l" (lamed: ל). As you may know, Jude 1:9 refers to "Michael the archangel", which emphasises the strong angelic nature of the name. Therefore, we can say that "Michal", the name of Saul's daughter, refers to those who have the name of an angel but who choose to act in the "female" soul rather than the "male" spirit. Hence, "Michal" in the passage above refers to "female" pastoral souls who perch themselves at a higher level than the rest of God's people, harshly looking down on and condemning them when they forget to act in accordance with their matriarchal system.

 

From all of the above, we can conclude that the phrase "Noe entered into the ark" refers to God's remnant operating in the fullness of their New-Covenant priestly calling despite the perverted environment around them that condemns it. As they "enter into the ark", God's people go from passive souls to angelic, "Michael" spirits who carry out God's judgements on Earth and establish the Kingship of His Spirit.

 

The unwanted rising

In reference to the people of Noah's days, the Lord declares the following in Matthew 24:39:

 

"And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be." (Matthew 24:39)

 

The word "knew" above was translated from the Greek verb ginosko, which, as we have studied before, refers to heart knowledge (as opposed to the verb eido, which refers to mental knowledge). This speaks of a people who are so caught up in the matriarchal system, following Girgashite pursuits ("eating and drinking") and Canaanite pursuits ("marrying and giving in marriage") that they remain completely out of touch with God's heart. Just like the people of Noah's days, most believers today remain unaware of God's wrath against the Church and its soul system. They fail to recognise the longings in God's heart and His desire to see His people carrying out angelic operations to bring forth His Kingdom. They remain unaware of the necessary, radical judgements that He wants to carry out (through His people) in order to produce an eternal transformation of the Earth. That is why the kataklysmos that is coming will take most of the Church fully by surprise.

 

The phrase "took them all away" in Matthew 24:39 above was slightly mistranslated from the Greek verb airo and the Greek adjective hapas. The verb airo literally means "to raise up, elevate, lift up"; hence, it has the connotation of something that is lifted up from the ground and raised into the air. On the other hand, the adjective hapas literally means "all, the whole, all together" and has the connotation of "every single one, without exceptions". Given that the original Greek text denotes the concept of elevation from the ground, we can say that the "all" in Matthew 24:39 includes not only the people who were drowned in the flood but also Noah and the 7 others who were in the ark. The anti-Noah's were forcibly raised up from the ground in the form of floating cadavers; the Noah's in the ark, by contrast, were voluntarily raised up from the ground as living beings while they hunkered down inside the ark, floating on top of the waters as the cadavers swirled all around them.

 

From the above, we can conclude that the phrase "took them all away" points to God's desire and call for all believers to raise themselves from the earthly, natural realm and to operate like angels in the air, striking down the prince of the air so that God's Kingship may be established on Earth. However, the matriarchal Church, which is impervious and indifferent to God's heart, is more than OK remaining down in the matriarchal realm. Unbeknownst to them, their decision to decline God's call does not absolve them from the responsibility that was placed on their spiritual shoulders the morning, afternoon, or night that they bowed their knees and prayed the "prayer of salvation", confessing Jesus as Lord of their lives and the rightful Lord over all the Earth. The new-man nature (made after God Himself - Colossians 3:10, Ephesians 4:24) that was placed within them, which gave them an "Out of Hell" card, also gave them a God-like responsibility to enforce the Righteousness and Kingdom of God through spiritually-aggressive angelic actions. This is why the "Lord's prayer", which the matriarchals are so quick to recite, says at the beginning, "Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven" (Matthew 6:10), and this is why the Lord also says (23 verses later), "Seek ye first the (evangelistic) Kingdom of God and His (apostolic) righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you" (Matthew 6:33). Absolutely all believers, with no exceptions (hapas), will be "airo-ed" from the natural realm and into the air. The willing shall do so in the fullness of His life and with honour from the God of Heaven; the unwilling shall do so in death and eternal shame. The apostolic-evangelistic "angelic" calling from God is, by no means, "optional", for you bind yourselves by the words you utter when you confess that Yeshua is Lord and that He was raised out from the ground of death.

 

Matthew 24:39 ends with the phrase "so shall also the coming of the Son of Man be". As we have shared before, the phrase "son of man" is more than a code-phrase to refer to Jesus, as the matriarchal Church so dismissively declares. It actually refers to how the nature of the Eternal God Himself can be contained in and manifested through weak, vulnerable human bodies. It therefore speaks to how the son of man can also be the son of God. Even when we are born of woman, moving about in vulnerable vessels made of flesh, Yeshua's work on our behalf has enabled us to once again have access to the God-potential that the first Adam gave away in the garden of Eden. We can now house the fullness of the Deity in our weak bodies (Colossians 2:9-10), and we can all rise to a higher level of humanity, a level we are supposed to occupy. Whether we want to or not, we shall all be elevated to that level, but not all will survive this elevation, just as was the case with Noah's flood.

 

One male embraced, the other simply forgiven

In Matthew 24:40, the Lord then declares the following:

 

"Then shall two be in the field; the one shall be taken, and the other left" (Matthew 24:40)

 

This speaks of two people going out of the house and onto the field to do work. Therefore, it points to the "male" ministries that project believers out from their spiritual "home". The word "taken" was translated from the verb paralambano, which has the connotation of someone being embraced, welcomed with open arms, and taken unto oneself. By contrast, the word "left" was translated from the verb aphiemi. Interestingly enough, aphiemi is also the Greek word for "forgive" (and is translated as such throughout Scripture), since "forgiving" someone has the connotation of "leaving something behind". In this context, however, the word aphiemi's connection to forgiveness reveals a spiritual truth: Those "taken" will be embraced by God and be joined to Him for having exercised the "male" ministry anointings according to His Spirit. Those "left" will be forgiven of their sins and nothing more; they will be spared from going to literal hell, but they shall be rejected by God for having submitted their "male" ministry anointings to the pastoral matriarchy. It is a dishonour to use the "male" evangelistic endowment to simply win more souls for the pastor's queendom. It is a dishonour to use the "male" prophetic endowment to entice the souls of those with a taste for spiritual things, hiding enough of the prophetic anointing's "rebellious" nature so as to prevent the congregation turning on the pastor's domineering and often dry, stale ways. It is a dishonour to use the "male" apostolic endowment to produce a few exciting "revelations" that titillate the minds of believers but which never expose the judgement nature of God's apostolic wisdom, all in an effort to prevent the believers suddenly making judgements against the pastor's "froggy", unrighteousness-tolerating ways. This is why those who do such things will be forgiven of their sins in a very basic way, and nothing more, for they were willing to temper their "male" ministry endowments in such a way that the pastors' matriarchy on Earth would not be disturbed. They will therefore be eternally banned from Oneness with God.

 

The 3 righteous measures of leaven

In Matthew 24:41, the Lord then declares the following:

 

"Two women shall be grinding at the mill; the one shall be taken, and the other left." (Matthew 24:41)

 

The word "women" per se does not appear in the original Greek text, yet, as explained at biblestudytools.com, it seems safe to assume that the Lord was referring to women, since it was customary for the Jews (and even the Greeks and other peoples) to assign the task of grinding to women. This is certified in passages such as Exodus 11:5 and Isaiah 47:1-2. Therefore, we can conclude that the two persons in Matthew 24:41 refer to people operating in the "female" ministry anointings of pastor and teacher.

 

To better understand what the Lord is saying about the "female" ministries in Matthew 24:41, we must consider the verb "grinding", which was translated from the Greek verb aletho. Interestingly enough, this verb is only used twice in Scripture (Matthew 24:41 and Luke 17:35), both times referring to the figure of the two women grinding, with one being taken and the other left. The verb aletho is derived from the word aleuron meaning "wheat flour", which is only used twice as well, the first time being in the following verse:

 

"Another parable spake he unto them; The kingdom of heaven is like unto leaven, which a woman took, and hid in three measures of meal, till the whole was leavened." (Matthew 13:33)

 

Notice how Yeshua equates the Kingdom of God with leaven, which is used throughout Scripture as a figure of sin and unrighteous things (e.g. Exodus 12:15, Amos 4:4-5, Mark 8:15, 1 Corinthians 5:6-8). It is also worth considering that Yeshua spoke this parable to Jews who would immediately make the connection between "leaven" and "sin". Why, then, did Yeshua equate the Kingdom of God with leaven? To answer that, we must first consider the number of measures that Yeshua speaks of, 3, which is the number of "male" ministries and is often used by the Lord to refer to the spirit, the 3rd and highest component of man's being (1 Thessalonians 5:23), as opposed to the number 2, which often refers to the soul, the 2nd highest component of man's being (above the body, the lowest component). What the Lord is saying, therefore, is that a "woman" (i.e. a believer operating in the "female" ministry endowments) will be furthering the Kingdom of God if she is willing to act in ways that would clearly be sin if done under the soul.

 

For example, the distorted "female" ministries have convinced the Church into thinking that all anger is evil and that speaking words of judgement against evildoers is somehow a measure of "unholiness", a proof that the person is unable to restrain the passions of the flesh to show "Christian forgiveness". The matriarchy does not realise, however, that, when done in the Spirit and not the soul, manifestations of (apostolic) anger and judgement-making are not only "acceptable" but necessary to fulfil God's purposes on Earth. Ironically, anger and judgement in the Spirit are often the most merciful and compassionate thing a person can do on behalf of others. By withholding judgement, matriarchals often allow people with spiritual potential to decay beyond the point of redemption, leading to long-term damage that is much, much greater than the temporary short-term pain inflicted by the Spirit's anger and judgements. This is equivalent to how liberals in America are so bent on condoning the deep-rooted unrighteousness in the corrupt black culture, promoting more and more government programmes and social campaigns that, at their very best, only bring short-term relief for the damage that blacks do to themselves. If these "compassionate" liberals (and "moderate" Republicans) had been willing to call out blacks on their cultural wickedness and bear the short-term pain that such criticism would have caused (to blacks and to themselves), it is possible that black America would not have lost its prophetic calling as a people. Since few, if any, in America were willing to judge black America (due to the guilt of self-loathing whites and the fear of sounding "racist"), and, since black America rejoiced in the coddling it constantly receives, black America lost all the great promises that God had for her as a people (this happened in July of this year, 2015). A few isolated individuals may live out the promises here and there (God will search them out), but, as a people, black America shall eternally be remembered as a shameful race of people who always resented God's loving judgements towards her and who loved satan claus more than the God who loved them so and Who invested so much blood and effort to see her wonderful calling fulfilled.

 

As the Lord had me type the words above, He brought to my remembrance the lyrics of a song by Janet Jackson (ironically, a black American). These are the words that God is singing back to Black America:

 

What Have You Done For Me Lately
Janet Jackson

[Lyrics adapted from play.google.com]

Used to be a time when you would pamper me
Usta brag about it all the time
Your friends seem to think that you're so peachy keen
But my friends say neglect is on your mind - Who's right?

What have you done for me lately?
Ooh ooh ooh yeah
What have you done for me lately?
Ooh ooh ooh yeah

Used to go to dinner almost every night
Dancin' 'til I thought I'd lose my breath
Now it seems your dancing feet are always on my couch
Good thing I cook or else we'd starve to death - Ain't that a shame?

What have you done for me lately
Ooh ooh ooh yeah
What have you done for me lately
Ooh ooh ooh yeah

I never ask for more than I deserve
You know it's the truth
You seem to think you're God's gift to this earth
I'm tellin' you no way

You 'ought to be thankful for the little things
but little things are all you seem to give
You're always putting off what we could do today
Soap opera says
you've got one life to live
Who's right, who's wrong?

What have you done for me lately
Ooh ooh ooh yeah...

Ooh ooh ooh yeah...

Get wit it...Uh
What have you done for me lately Ooh ooh ooh yeah
Ooh ooh ooh yeah

This is wild, I swear

 

Black America thinks that she has done so much for God because of what she did and went through in the 1950s and 60s during the Martin Luther King days. However, God's question to her is

What have you done for me lately? You cannot live on the glory of the past, for that glory has gone stale and has turned into sin

 

Besides the "leaven" of righteous apostolic anger and judgement-making, a second example of righteous "leaven", when done in the Spirit, is prophetic rebellion. As is clearly shown by Scripture, those with a strong prophetic endowment have a tendency to disrespect the established authorities and traditions around them (e.g. 2 Chronicles 18:12-27, Isaiah 3:4, Isaiah 9:16, Isaiah 43:28, Jeremiah 20:1-6). They are willing to stand before kings and call them out on their unrighteousness, even if it meant certain death. Matriarchal pastors do love that component of the prophetic, but only when it draws people away from "worldly" traditions and towards the Church. However, they loathe it and condemn it when they see it directed at them. Yes, the fallen soul is prone to rebellion against the laws of God and against the authorities that He establishes. That, however, does not mean that all rebellion is wrong. In fact, prophetic rebellion in the Spirit against seemingly "holy" things is completely necessary in order to establish the laws of God and His dominion on Earth. In other words, those who appear to be "obedient" and "respectful" are generally the ones who are, in truth, being rebellious and disrespectful towards God, honouring man more than God Himself.

 

A third example of righteous "leaven", when done in the Spirit, is the manifestation of greatness and confidence, even when it outshines those currently in positions of greatness. The evangelistic endowment is often one that prompts people to speak and act with a confidence that is often viewed by the matriarchal soul as a manifestation of "satanic" pride. This writer is absolutely convinced that, if we could transport all living believers to where and when Yeshua was ministering on Earth, and if we could somehow make them unaware of who Yeshua was, about 90% of them would find Him to be a man of pompous and self-aggrandising words, even if these believers were transported in their "converted, church-going" state. Like the Pharisees of Yeshua's earthly days, 90% of believers would say,

"Who does this guy think He is? And why is He so disrespectful of the great authorities that God has placed over us, for all authority comes from God and must be respected, even if they are imperfect, as per Romans 13:1?".

Dear reader, if you doubt this statement, this writer challenges you to reread the 4 Gospels, pretending for a second that Yeshua's words are being spoken by an individual you have never seen before.

 

Besides the matriarchal Church's wrong interpretation of what pride is, the evangelistic endowment is also maligned by matriarchals when it begins to outshine the "greatness and glory" (and I say the previous 3 words whilst chuckling on the inside) of the sitting pastors. Consider, for example, how much (pastor) Saul resented the greatness and accolades poured upon David when he began to outshine him in battle (1 Samuel 18:7-8). When matriarchal pastors and teachers see a believer exercising an evangelistic endowment that manifests greatness, they are quick to attack that individual until he (or she) is brought back down to "proper size". Instead of seeing themselves as loving mothers who want to see the sons under their care to shine and manifest greatness, these satanic mothers are more interested in remaining as the "glorious adults" who, out of the "kindness" of their hearts, look over needy children who could not survive without their pastoral "guidance" and teacherly "instruction".

 

{As a parenthesis, it is ironic to note that, at one point Saul did act as an enabler of David's "prideful leaven", as when he (unlike Eliab) did not shun David's exuberant confidence about overcoming the giant Goliath (1 Samuel 17:26-28, 31-58), allowing him to battle the giant and begin the process of outshining him, which he eventually grew to resent.}

 

Fellow believer, the "female" ministries do not produce the righteous leaven, but, just like the woman of Matthew 13:33, they are responsible for enabling it and helping place it in the right, strategic location so that it may prosper and further the Kingship of God on Earth. Instead of denouncing and discarding it because it spoils their plans of matriarchal control over the Church, those operating in the "female" ministries should recognise and honour this leaven when it flows from people righteously operating in the 3 "male" ministry endowments. Therefore, they should be willing to place in the flour the apostolic "leaven" of "angry judgements", the prophetic "leaven" of "irreverent rebellion", and the evangelistic "leaven" of "exuberant confidence" and "fame that outshines others".

 

From all of the above, we can conclude that what determines which woman (i.e. person operating in the "female" ministry endowments) will be embraced by God and which woman will be simply forgiven but eternally separated from God is their attitude towards the 3 "male" ministry endowments. Those who enable the "male" Spirit will be embraced by God (who is Spirit - John 4:24), and those who refuse to enable it will be discarded by the God of Israel, even if they are allowed to escape the punishment of literal hell.

 

The millstone

In Matthew 24:41, the Lord says that the two women are grinding "at the mill". The word "mill" was translated from the Greek word mylon, which is not used in any other verse of Scripture, and is derived from the word mylos meaning "millstone". This word only appears in 4 verses of Scripture, the first time being in the following verse:

 

"But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea." (Matthew 18:6)

 

As we have shared before, the word "offend" was mistranslated from the Greek verb skandalizo, which literally means, "to put a stumbling block" in someone's path so that he may trip and fall. The word "believe", on the other hand, was translated from the Greek verb pisteuo, which, as we have shared before, is the verb form of the noun pistis meaning "faith". Therefore, the Lord is speaking of those who put stumbling blocks in other people's spiritual walk as they begin to put their faith into action and walk in accordance with what they are hearing from God within their hearts (Romans 10:17, Ephesians 3:17). Instead of enabling and promoting a bolder and more active faith, these matriarchal "tripper-uppers" make sure that the "little ones" do not continue to progress in their spiritual path. When the "little ones" begin to exercise their apostolic authority to execute judgements, the matriarchals are quick to shout, "Who are you to judge? Who do you think you are?" (ironically judging the little ones as they do so). When the "little ones" begin to walk in the prophetic freedom of the Holy Spirit, the matriarchals are quick to shout, "Are you trying to be one of those self-proclaimed prophets? God left us these traditions, procedures, and leaders in order to preserve the order. How dare you rebel against God?". When the "little ones" begin to walk in the confidence and dominion authority of an evangelist, the matriarchals are quick to shout, "Who died and made you king? Accept your place and stay in it!! Don't you know that pride was satan's fatal sin?". Cursed are these matriarchals, as Matthew 18:6 clearly shows! Cursed are these men and women who use the word "satan" to insult others when, in truth, they are the ones promoting satan's kingdom and restraining God's (Revelation 3:9, Romans 1:18)! Cursed are these men and women who refuse to enter into the Kingdom and do all they can to prevent others entering as well (Luke 11:52, Matthew 23:13)!

 

After Matthew 18:6, the next time that the Greek word mylos (i.e. "millstone") appears is in Luke 17:2, which is Matthew 18:6's parallel verse in Luke. After that, mylos does not appear at all until Revelation 18, where it makes its last 2 appearances, in verses 21 and 22:

 

"21 And a mighty angel took up a stone like a great millstone, and cast it into the sea, saying, Thus with violence shall that great city Babylon be thrown down, and shall be found no more at all. 22 And the voice of harpers, and musicians, and of pipers, and trumpeters, shall be heard no more at all in thee; and no craftsman, of whatsoever craft he be, shall be found any more in thee; and the sound of a millstone shall be heard no more at all in thee" (Revelation 18:21-22)

 

Notice how the Spirit equates "that great city Babylon" with a "great millstone". As we have shared before, Babylon is a figure of the pastoral matriarchy in the Church. Therefore, the Lord is emphasising in the passage above that the great stumbling block that has prevented the spiritual development of God's people has been the pastoral leadership that has lorded over the Church for centuries. Notice also that the pastoral matriarchy and all its hindering shall not "fade away" gradually. Instead, it shall be cast down with "violence". The word "violence" was translated from the Greek noun hormema, which is only used once in Scripture (in verse 21 above) and is derived from the feminine noun horme meaning "a violent motion, impulse" or "a hostile movement, onset, assault". The feminine (i.e. soul) noun horme only appears twice in Scripture, the first time being in the following verse, translated as "assault":

 

"5 And when there was an assault made both of the Gentiles, and also of the Jews with their rulers, to use them despitefully, and to stone them, 6 They were ware of it, and fled unto Lystra and Derbe, cities of Lycaonia, and unto the region that lieth round about:" (Acts 14:5-6)

 

Hence, we can safely say that hormema has the connotation of a hostile assault by a group of people determined to obliterate others who are engaged in activities that they are against.

 

The next and last time that the feminine noun horme appears is in the following verse:

 

"Behold also the ships, which though they be so great, and are driven of fierce winds, yet are they turned about with a very small helm, whithersoever the governor listeth" (James 3:4)

 

The phrase "the governor listeth" was actually translated from a combination of 3 Greek words: euthyno meaning "to make straight", horme, and boulomai meaning "to will deliberately". Thus, horme is used here in the context of someone deliberately steering a great vessel, straightening its path and guiding it in the direction that he deems is the correct one. Hence, we can conclude from both uses of the feminine noun horme that it speaks of ("female") souls coming together and making a deliberate effort to assault and obliterate enemies engaged in contrary activities, even when these souls appear weak and the circumstances that they are trying to redirect seem large and daunting. This means that the hormema (i.e. "violence") that will cast the matriarchal mylos (i.e. "millstone") to the sea and end its unrighteous grinding is the deliberate and hostile actions of a group of "weak" souls intent on obliterating the matriarchals despite the length and breadth of their unrighteous control over the affairs of men. This group is composed of the female grinders who are willing to enable the growth of what the matriarchal grinders deem to be unrighteous "leaven". These enablers of "male leaven" are the grinders who will be paralambano-ed (i.e. embraced) by God and be made One with Him, whilst the matriarchal grinders will be no more than officially "forgiven" of their sins, eternally shamed and cast off far away from God's Presence, never to have a relevant voice or visibility ever again (Revelation 18:21-22), even if they are spared from burning in literal hell forever.

 

{The next article is called "The vigil"}