Hidden Prophecies in the Father's Word
In authoring all the books of the Bible, the Qodesh Spirit has placed many hidden revelations to be discovered by "those with eyes to see" ... below are examples of just some of those wonderful discoveries.
The Book of Ruth
|Kinsman Redeemer:||Boaz = Yahshua|
|Gentile Bride:||Ruth = Called Out Ones|
|Widow:||Naomi = Israel|
|Liaison:||Unnamed Servant = Qodesh Spirit|
|Time of Darkness:||Threshing Floor Scene = Great Tribulation|
As can be seen in the comparisons above, the Qodesh Spirit has drawn some amazing parallels! In the Book of Ruth, an unnamed servant introduces Ruth to Boaz -- just as The Unnamed Servant, the Qodesh Spirit, introduces the Called Out Ones to Yahshua. After being exiled, Naomi (a widow) learns of Boaz from Ruth, and is returned from exile to her homeland by the acts of Boaz -- just as Israel (YHWH's "widow"), who has been exiled for thousands of years, learns of Yahshua from the Called Out Ones and is finally relieved from exile and returned to her homeland (as prophesied) by the acts of Yahshua. And lastly, during the threshing floor scene, Ruth is at the feet of Boaz -- just as, during the Great Tribulation, the Called Out Ones are in Heaven with Yahshua.
|Time of Darkness:||Fiery Furnace = Great Tribulation|
|Kept Safely Through:||Shadrach, etc. = Israel/Saints|
|Not Present:||Daniel = Called Out Ones|
In Daniel 3:10-30, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego (which are the pagan names of Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah) are placed into a fiery furnace. Because of their faith, they go through the flames and come out of the ordeal unscathed. Where was Daniel at the time? After all, this whole ordeal was set up to get him ... and, throughout the story, he's no where to be found! Just as Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego -- or, more appropriately, Hananiah, Mishael and Azariah -- are kept safe through the flames, Israel and the saints will be kept safe through the Tribulation ... and just as Daniel was not around during this time of trial, the Called Out Ones will not be on the earth during the Time of YHWH's Wrath.
In Genesis 19:22, two messengers have come to destroy Sodom and Gomorrah ... but, apparently, they will not bring destruction upon the cities until Lot is safely out of the way. I believe this is yet another example placed in the Scriptures by the Qodesh Spirit to reveal a greater secret to us; the hour of YHWH's wrath will not be unleashed until the Called Out Ones are safely out of the way.
Genesis 5 & 6
|Time of Darkness:||The Flood = Great Tribulation|
|Safe Through the Trib:||Noah = Israel/Saints|
|The Netchatef (aka Rapture):||Enoch = The Called Out Ones|
In Genesis 5:24 we see that Enoch was taken (Netchatef, aka Raptured) before the Great Flood ... just as the Called Out Ones will be taken (Netchatef, aka Raptured) before the Great Tribulation. Following, in Genesis Chapter 6, we see the account of the flood, where Noah and his family were kept safe through the great flood ... just as those who have the seal of YHWH -- Israel and the saints -- will be kept safe through the Great Tribulation.
|The Groom:||Isaac = Yahshua|
|The Bride:||Rebekah = The Called Out Ones|
|Liaison:||Eliezer = The Qodesh Spirit|
|From "Calvary" to Netchatef (aka Rapture):||Isaac absent = Yahshua absent|
In Genesis 24 we have the wonderful love story of Isaac and Rebekah, modeling a much more wonderful love story of Yahshua and His Called Out Ones. Once again, the Qodesh Spirit draws some amazing parallels between an unnamed servant -- revealed as Eliezer (which means Comforter) in Genesis 15:2. Isaac sends Eliezer to get his Gentile bride (Rebekah), just as Yahshua sent the Qodesh Spirit to gather His Gentile bride (the Called Out Ones) ... Rebekah is brought to Isaac by Eliezer, just as the Called Out Ones are brought to Yahshua by the Qodesh Spirit ... Rebekah is brought to Isaac before Isacc returns, just as the Called Out Ones are brought (Netchatef, aka Raptured) to Yahshua before he returns! Is this getting to you yet? LOL! In Genesis 24:22, Eliezer gives gifts to Rebekah, just as the Qodesh Spirit gives gifts to the Called Out Ones ... and in Genesis 24:55, Rebekah decides and never returns, just as the Called Out Ones (those who have also "decided") are Netchatef (aka Raptured) to Heaven and remain! And, as if that wasn't enough, Isaac's name doesn't appear in the Scriptures from "Calvary" (in Genesis 22:19) until he meets his bride (in Genesis 22:63-67), just as Yahshua doesn't appear again until He comes for His bride; the Called Out Ones.
Note: The very hill, where Abraham was to sacrifice Isaac, is the very hill where Yahshua was crucified.