195. My Vision on: Did Jesus Give the
September 17, 2018
Behold, I will send my messenger, and he shall prepare the way before me: and the Lord, whom ye seek, shall suddenly come to his temple, even the messenger of the covenant, whom ye delight in: behold, he shall come, saith the LORD of hosts. Mal 3:1
This vision is Part 2, relative to my supplication of the Lord as to the teachings of one Walter Veith, in a video entitled Second Portion, which refers to the second portion of the Spirit of Elijah that was given to Elisha. Because Elijah and Elisha came long before John the Baptist, who came in the Spirit of Elijah in the times of Christ, I asked the Lord what portion of the Spirit John the Baptist was given, and I was shown that John was give a Triple Portion of the Holy Spirit, and that the final bride of Jesus Christ will be given this Triple Portion that will be able to answer to all the errors involving God’s people at the end-time.
In his Double Portion video presentation, Walter Veith treats alliances made by God’s people with His enemies, both anciently and currently, are no big thing because they existed anciently. Veith points to all the illegal alliances of God’s past “chosen people,” and says God’s people today have made many like ecumenical alliances, in a “so what” manner, implying that this has always been the case with God’s people. This is a gross misrepresentation of the facts as to how God regards the seriousness of this issue. Isaiah 8:9-12 gives us God’s view of the matter versus Walter Veith’s. God’s people began their trek downward by allying themselves with pagan peoples. True, God’s people did become involved in forbidden alliances with His enemies, but that is why they were divorced; (Israel and Judah were given a bill of divorce says the Bible) and finally “broken in pieces,” destroyed in A.D. 70.
Isa 8:9 Associate yourselves, O ye people, and ye shall be broken in pieces; and give ear, all ye of far countries: gird yourselves, and ye shall be broken in pieces; gird yourselves, and ye shall be broken in pieces.
Isa 8:10 Take counsel together, and it shall come to nought; speak the word, and it shall not stand: for God is with us.
Isa 8:11 For the LORD spake thus to me with a strong hand, and instructed me that I should not walk in the way of this people, saying,
Isa 8:12 Say ye not, A confederacy, to all them to whom this people shall say, A confederacy; neither fear ye their fear, nor be afraid.
Isa 8:13 Sanctify the LORD of hosts himself; and let him be your fear, and let him be your dread.
If you have a King James Version of the Bible, look at the margin reading for Ezekiel 9:2, and the words “slaughter weapon.” It reads: a weapon of His breaking in pieces. God’s people are BROKEN IN PIECES for making alliances with Babylon. This is why Ezekiel 9 is literally fulfilled again at the end-time, and Veith treats this lightly as though the church can do so imperviously; as though all the members are not corporately responsible for this act. How did Elijah deal with this issue?
I was shown that Elijah, in 1 Kings 18, thought that the best way to turn the nation of Israel back to God was to totally destroy these false religions by killing all their 850 (400 prophets of Asherah and 450 prophets of Baal) prophets. Is this evidence that Elijah regarded the alliances of the false prophets as a light thing?
By right, these false religions should have collapsed after all their prophets were killed, and King Ahab and the nation of Israel should have turned back to God and worshiped the one true God. However, the result went the other way; King Ahab refused to return. Instead, he clung to his wife Jezebel, and finally caused Elijah to flee from Jezebel.
I was shown that Elijah fled not because he was afraid to be killed, rather he lost heart and faith in his own belief after the result he anticipated (a reform) did not come in line with his own expectation. Again, this can be seen from the second portion of the same chapter.
This is what God was trying to tell Elijah, and the work of God continued to be with him. This can be seen from the following chapter of the Book of 1 Kings, Chapter 19 (further down).
Elijah Confronts Ahab
Walter Veith is of the belief that we are not to sigh and cry for all the abominations, just tell the truth. But if Walter Veith, Andrew Henriques, Vance Ferrell, Doug Batchelor and all the rest of the “watchmen” would tell the full truth which includes a correct response to apostasy as taken by Jesus, His disciples and John the Baptist, they would not be tolerated within the camp of the new movement, new organization they defend. They would receive the same treatment as did Jesus, the disciples, John the Baptist, and the True Reformers today.
Walter brazenly contradicts God’s command to sigh and cry for all the abominations, but God SAYS THAT ONLY THOSE WHO DO SO WILL BE SEALED, SAVED. Walter Veith says all you have to do is tell the truth. God says in Isaiah 58 to CRY ALOUD TO SHOW MY PEOPLE THEIR SINS. That is truth as well. Walter Veith says no! Isaiah 8:20 is apropos! He thus fails the test of being an antitypical Elisha, as he quite blatantly infers he is in his “Double Portion” video presentation.
Andrew Henriques strongly infers that he is Elijah when he makes an important pronouncement and then asks: “Where is Elijah!” But John the Baptist come in the Spirit of Elijah, did not oppose Jesus when He “gathered out” those who would take the gospel to the world, and he did not oppose the disciples when they formed home churches and gathered out all true Christians from the apostate organization of the day.
The bride of Christ is not defiled by “women,” Rev. 14:1-4, and women in that context means apostate churches. We are counselled that we cannot unite with the corrupt and remain pure, and that is exactly what Rev. 14:1-4 means in regard to being defiled with women. No one who will qualify as the 144,000 bride of Christ, can unite with any open sin apostasy corrupt new movement that has removed God, for they would then become corporately responsible, AS A BODY, for the open sins existing in such a “church.”
The current New Movement leader has said that the “church” is corporately responsible for the church’s reception of the Holy Spirit. Conversely, the church is corporately responsibility for the apostasy that precludes the presence of the Holy Spirit.
Jesus is God. He surely confronted the Jews in the right manner. Look what they did to Him! If the so-called men who are implying that they are Elijah, and/or Elisha with a double portion, and they do it quite boldly if you will listen carefully, how is it that they are not cast out of the apostate, new movement Temple, the Synagogue of Satan? Do they have something Jesus, the disciples and John the Baptist did not have?
QUESTION: Did Elijah, Elisha, John the Baptist, Jesus and the disciples, turn their weapons upon the apostate once church militant? They certainly did!
We should never turn our weapons on any valid church militant (wheat and tare church), but an Omega heresy cold apostate new movement, new organization that has removed pillar doctrines and God Himself, is another matter entirely. Tares are insincere believers whose motives we would have to judge in order to uproot them. They are not OPEN SINNERS in the camp. Thorns are OPEN, APOSTATE SINNERS, the like of which Moses, Elijah and Elisha dealt with in a way some might not like to admit.
Walter Veith says flat out that the only way to combat error is with truth. Is that what Isaiah 58 says? Is it? What about the dumb dogs who will NEVER AGAIN cry aloud to show God’s people, the House of Jacob, their sins. Is Walter Veith correct and Biblical when he says we should give the three angels messages only? Were the prophets of old wrong when they rebuked the sins of Israel? For example, was Isaiah wrong when he wrote Isaiah 56:10-12?
Did Jesus speak only the positive truth when He said:
Jhn 8:44 Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.
Jhn 8:45 And because I tell you the truth, ye believe me not.
Veith does not sigh and cry for the abominations in a grieving way. He uses the abominations of ancient Israel in a manner so as to gloss over those of the church today.
Andrew Henriques and Vance Ferrell do much sighing and crying about the abominations, which is good, but they do not give a proper response to the apostasy and formation of a new movement that has removed pillar doctrines, God, and which we were never to join. The new movement has indeed removed God, so what virtue is there in a once church that has removed God?
I was shown the testimony of the man who roamed Jerusalem for seven years before its Ezekiel 9 destruction in A.D. 70. He sighed and cried for all the abominations, but he did not take a correct response to the abominable apostasy he decried. He remained in the presence of the apostates and was destroyed with them, while all true Christians left the apostate church and were instructed when to flee to the mountains of Pella. The following account is from the writings of Josephus, an eyewitness who wrote a history of the destruction of Jerusalem.
Not long before the outbreak of the Jewish war, seven years before the siege of Jerusalem, a man by the name of Jesus (Not Jesus of Nazareth) came to the city at the feast of tabernacles, and in a fit of absent-mindedness constantly cried among the people: 'Woe to the city! Woe to the temple! A voice from the morning, an voice from the evening! A voice for the four winds! A voice against Jerusalem and the temple! A voice against the bridegroom and the bride! A voice against the whole people!
Some magistrates, terrified by this, had the man taken up and scourged. He offered no resistance and continued to cry his "Woe." Being brought before the procurator, Albinus, he was scourged till his bones could be seen, but interposed not a word for himself; uttered no curse on his enemies; he simply exclaimed at every blow in a mournful tone: 'Woe, woe to Jerusalem!' To the governor's question, who and whence he was, he answered nothing. Finally, they let him go, as a madman. But he continued till the outbreak of the war, especially at the three great feasts, to proclaim the approaching fall of Jerusalem.
During the siege he was singing his dirge for the last time from the wall. Suddenly he added: "Woe, woe also to me!"--and an arrow put an end to this prophetic lamentation.
I was shown that this will be the result of all who follow Walter Veith’s advice to super glue themselves to a pew in the apostate new movement. And that this will be the final end of all who remain with an apostate new movement in lieu of following the example of Jesus and His followers in separating from the apostate Temple of His day and instructing the disciples to form home churches.
I was shown that when any church betrays the principles of truth, that God chooses others, and the others He is choosing are a firmament of chosen ones all over the world, who are studying the Word and meeting together in home churches. I was also shown that God is NOT dependent upon an apostate Laodicean (foolish virgin) new movement to give the final Loud Cry to the world, because the Voice of God and the Bride will do this without one thread of man’s devising. Numberless martyrs will join the bride to inspire others to give their lives as a testament to the truth and to the only way to eternal life.
I was shown these words: The servants whom God had chosen for a special work were not allowed to labor for a hardhearted and unbelieving people. But those who hungered and thirsted and had hearts to feel and faith to believe were especially favored with evidences of His power through the prophets. In the days of Elijah, Israel had departed from God. It is the power of the Holy Spirit that will cause the truth to go throughout the world like a fire in the stubble.
God has shown me that the Laodicean state of the church is the foolish virgin state, yet leaders of Laodicea actually brag that they are the final church and feel that God is fully dependent upon them to give the final message. Nothing could be further from the truth. That was plan A, but exactly like the Jews, they refused God’s conditions, so that His promises will not be fulfilled to them.
They clung to their sins, and rejected the warnings of the Spirit through the Lord’s messengers. Thus they cut themselves off from the channel by which God’s blessing could come to them. The Lord passed by the homes of Israel, and found a refuge for His servant in a heathen land, with a woman who did not belong to the chosen people. But this woman was favored because she had followed the light she had received, and her heart was open to the greater light that God sent her through His prophet.
Take the case of John the Baptist. What was his manner toward the leaders of Israel when they came to spy on him?
Mat 3:7 But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees come to his baptism, he said unto them, O generation of vipers, who hath warned you to flee from the wrath to come?
Mat 3:8 Bring forth therefore fruits meet for repentance:
How did Jesus regard His once chosen people?
Rev 2:9 I know thy works, and tribulation, and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan.
Rev 3:9 Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee.
1 Kings, Chapter 18:1-19:
1 After many days the word of the LORD came to Elijah, in the third year, saying, “Go, show yourself to Ahab, and I will send rain upon the earth.”
2 So Elijah went to show himself to Ahab. Now the famine was severe in Samaria.
3 And Ahab called Obadiah, who was over the household. (Now Obadiah feared the LORD greatly,
4 and when Jezebel cut off the prophets of the LORD, Obadiah took a hundred prophets and hid them by fifties in a cave and fed them with bread and water.)
5 And Ahab said to Obadiah, “Go through the land to all the springs of water and to all the valleys. Perhaps we may find grass and save the horses and mules alive, and not lose some of the animals.” 6 So they divided the land between them to pass through it. Ahab went in one direction by himself, and Obadiah went in another direction by himself.
7 And as Obadiah was on the way, behold, Elijah met him. And Obadiah recognized him and fell on his face and said, “Is it you, my lord Elijah?” 8 And he answered him, “It is I. Go, tell your lord, ‘Behold, Elijah is here.’” 9 And he said, “How have I sinned, that you would give your servant into the hand of Ahab, to kill me? 10 As the LORD your God lives, there is no nation or kingdom where my lord has not sent to seek you. And when they would say, ‘He is not here,’ he would take an oath of the kingdom or nation, that they had not found you. 11 And now you say, ‘Go, tell your lord, “Behold, Elijah is here.”’ 12 And as soon as I have gone from you, the Spirit of the LORD will carry you I know not where. And so, when I come and tell Ahab and he cannot find you, he will kill me, although I your servant have feared the LORD from my youth. 13 Has it not been told my lord what I did when Jezebel killed the prophets of the LORD, how I hid a hundred men of the LORD's prophets by fifties in a cave and fed them with bread and water? 14 And now you say, ‘Go, tell your lord, “Behold, Elijah is here”’; and he will kill me.” 15 And Elijah said, “As the LORD of hosts lives, before whom I stand, I will surely show myself to him today.” 16 So Obadiah went to meet Ahab, and told him. And Ahab went to meet Elijah.
17 When Ahab saw Elijah, Ahab said to him, “Is it you, you troubler of Israel?” 18 And he answered, “I have not troubled Israel, but you have, and your father's house, because you have abandoned the commandments of the LORD and followed the Baals. 19 Now therefore send and gather all Israel to me at Mount Carmel, and the 450 prophets of Baal and the 400 prophets of Asherah, who eat at Jezebel's table.” Elijah confronted the apostate leader Ahab. He rightly accused Ahab of causing all the trouble in Israel by breaking the commandments of God and associating, conspiring and confederating with the other violators of God’s commandments. Elijah did not merely tell the truth, he wared against the apostasy and killed it from the camp. Synagogue of Satan.
In the Name of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob,
R. William Beaulieu