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KOG… “A Few Good Men”

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February 19, 2013 in Activism



The powers that be,  promise “peace and safety”,  when we all become as one. But the thundering voice from the heavens, declares;  your only salvation,  is becoming as my son.  God is seeking  “a few good men” willing to become fashioned into the image and likeness of the his son. God is seeking individuals to function in spirit as a “Son of God”,  with power on earth to do the appointed “works” of the father, and to become a reflection of the “Son of Man in heaven”, the spiritual wisdom of the ages, to function as Shepherds and Priest.  A few good men to become spiritually anointed Kings and Priest,  busying themselves with the father’s business.  God is seeking a new class of civil and religious leadership.   Enlightened, awake and aware individuals willing to heed the call to “come out of this world” and serve in the Christ-like, Christ-spirited administration to be raised up by God.

The coming ” Jesus Administration”.  Saints of God to be given a “kingdom” and “authority”.  People exalted and raised up to positions of respectable leadership, thru God, under Christ, and reverentially before the Lord,  over the meek and the  humble.  A governing,  servant class body,  that will allow God to have the “chief seat” in all it’s proceedings, with all political, economical. social and religious thought being brought into captivity to the obedience of Christ.  The Light and Salvation of God.

The “Voice that now speaketh from heaven” wants to wake us up and give us something to eat. Spiritual food, the “bread of Life”, “manna from heaven”.  Which the Father gave unto him, and he sent down to his “earthly body”; by his spirit;  to show his servants what must come to pass. So that our faith may rest in the power of the “Spirit of God”,  working thru our circumstances, and thru us, to fulfill the “Words of God” concerning “the Christ”, and his “presence” in “us”, as his spiritual body of believers. For it is written that; “every jot and tittle of the Word of God shall be fulfilled” and that “all those calling upon the name of the Lord shall be saved”, and “all” creation shall be delivered from it’s destruction and corruption at the hands of God ignoring men. We have been taught to have faith and confidence in “all things” above, while faith is just as importantly, a matter of “all things” occurring here below.

Faith cometh by “hearing”

This is our shortcoming, for faith cometh by “hearing” and hearing by the Word of God. The spiritual voice of authority the “Voice of the Lord” speaking out of the “Word of God” gives us the “ears to hear” the “Voice of God” speaking out of the midst of our fiery times and trying circumstances. Faith is based upon putting our whole confidence in the power of God to “fulfill his Word” and bring to pass that which is spoken and written concerning those willfully serving him in his plan of redemption. This is the “Christ” like faith. Jesus knew that the creative “Spirit of God” was working behind the scene to fulfill in himself that which was written in the words of God concerning “the Anointed Servant” of God. This is why Jesus claimed that nothing could occur or happen unto him that was not given from heaven (contained in the revelation of scriptures), and that the “scriptures” themselves were being “fulfilled” in their circumstances, before their very eyes.

So now I ask, are we as the people calling on the name of the Lord in possession of this “Christlike” faith? Do we possess confidence in that, “in Christ”, we are the center of God’s intentions, and of his power, and that “all things” revolve around our servant calling; and that “all things” are working towards our good? Do we fully understand and are motivated by the reality that “all things” are and were created for the purposes of God’s servant? And that the power of the current human administrations are brought forth and  sustained by God for the purposes to be worked out in God’s Christ?  Are we like the New Testaments saint acknowledging by faith that the worlds (our reality) were framed by the Word of God?

Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God,
so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.
(Heb 11:3)

Do we fully grasp what’s being said to us when the Apostle Paul tells us:

For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible,
whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers:
all things were created by him, and for him:
And he is before all things, and by him all things consist.
(Col 1:16-17)

Do you really see all that we possess “in Christ”?  Do you see the “all power” and the great inheritance “in Christ”?  Do we possess confidence in the power of the “Spirit of God” to fulfill “in us”; that which is written concerning the Christ whom “abides” in us?  We need “the faith” (complete confidence) in the “thru them” in “Him” concept, we need faith in “ourselves” as “the Christ”, the worker of God unto the salvation of mankind. We are being raised up so that God, by the Spirit of God, may fulfill his “Word” in us. Therefore the Salvation work is a completely Christlike faith based operation. As it is written; “without faith, it is impossible to please him”.

How can we have assurance that God will be with the few good men and women?  What testimony does God give that he is able to transform our reality with only a few good men and women?   Answering that question is the thrust of this article.  For God gives us a sign that proceeds directly from his “Word” and his “power” and is reflected by our reality.  Which none, but perhaps a few, seem to notice.   If the thrones, dominions, principalities and the “powers that be” were all created by God for the purposes of Christ and placed in the hands of a few bad men.  Wouldn’t it be just as easy for God to strip away this power and authority and place it in the hands of a few good men?

I now ask you a deep question, which I feel you should pray and meditate upon before answering.  Are you willing to give up “everything” and lose your life to this world, considering yourself dead to it.?  It’s a big question when you start taking into account the “giving up” part.  But if anything should help you along with your determination, it is this fact.  You are already dead.  You have been slated for termination by the Eugenicist. You have no future. You have been judged and found wanting. You are being called unto repentance. You are being called into the kingdom of God.

And perhaps, if your one of the few good men and women God is looking for? I hope to see you among the number, when the Saints go marching into Washington and beyond.


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