This week we begin our review of chapter 7 in Isaiah Decoded – Seraphim, God’s Angelic Messengers. As we have seen, becoming like God is a series of being reborn or recreated. First, we became a new creation of the Spirit as Zion/Jerusalem and were Born Again. Then, we became a new creation of the Son as God’s Sons and Daughters. Finally, as God’s Seraphim/Angels we begin the process of becoming a new creation of the Father. Though we can’t fully become like the Father as mortals, we can become like the Father in doing His Will and Work.
This week we’ll wrap-up our review of chapter 6 in Isaiah Decoded – God’s Sons/Servants, Proxy Deliverers. In this week’s review, we’ll summarize many of the concepts that we have learned to get a clear picture of where we fit during the Endtimes, Millennium, and in Eternity.
This week we’ll continue our review of chapter 6 in Isaiah Decoded – God’s Sons/Servants, Proxy Deliverers and see what it takes to have our covenant with God as His Sons/Daughters made unconditional and everlasting and receive the second comforter. Many of the elements that we saw with Zion/Jerusalem and being Born of God repeat themselves but at a higher standard.
This week we’ll continue with chapter 6 in Isaiah Decoded – God’s Sons/Servants, Proxy Deliverers. Last week we reviewed the roles and responsibilities of those who ascend to God’s Sons/Daughters who reach the full stature of the Son of God. This week we’ll close this section by consider God’s Sons/Servants as proxy saviors/deliverers. The scriptures identify three men who qualified as proxy deliverers who won favor with God and through their righteousness God protected others. Of course, Yeshua(Yehovah) is our ultimate model of proxy salvation. This week we’ll review different aspects of proxy salvation that Dr. Gileadi sets out in chapter 6.
God’s Sons/Daughters, Davidic Kings and Queens, and the Messianic Dynasty of God, the Son – Chapter 6, Part 3
This week we’ll continue with chapter 6 in Isaiah Decoded – God’s Sons/Servants, Proxy Deliverers. Last week we reviewed the qualifications of those who ascend to God’s Sons/Daughters. This week we’ll look at the various roles that these Sons and Daughters fulfill as they reach the full stature of the Son of God and function as saviors to the House of Israel. Dr. Gileadi spends the bulk of chapter 6 discussing various aspects of proxy salvation as it relates to God’s Sons and Daughters. This week we’re going to expand chapter 6 and discuss the roles of Davidic Kings and Queens under the Davidic Covenant, the High Priest after the Order of Melchizedek and then, next week we’ll cover Proxy Salvation.
This week we continue with chapter 6 in Isaiah Decoded – God’s Sons/Servants, Proxy Deliverers. Last week we saw that ascending from Zion/Jerusalem to God’s Sons/Servants is the process of transformation to become a new creation of the Son of God – Yehovah-Yeshua. This process to become like Yehovah-Yeshua is comprised of three primary stages the first of which is to become perfected – Hebrews 6:1. For God’s Sons/Servants to be suitable proxy deliverers, they must reach a level of personal perfection.
This week we begin a new chapter, chapter 6 in Isaiah Decoded – God’s Sons/Servants, Proxy Deliverers. Before we dive into chapter 6, we need to establish some foundational concepts of those who ascend to God’s Sons/Servants who become God’s community leadership.
Zion/Jerusalem, Israel’s Fall Feasts and Sabbaths, Inheriting Paradise, and the Realm of the Son – Chapter 5, Part 6
This week we’ll wrap-up our review of chapter 5 in Isaiah Decoded – Zion/Jerusalem, God’s Covenant People. Dr. Gileadi closes chapter 5 by linking Zion/Jerusalem with inheriting Paradise. We’ll look at Dr. Gileadi’s statements and expand his analysis by considering Israel’s Fall Holy Feasts/Sabbaths, Community Salvation, Community Leadership under Messiah, and Zion/Jerusalem’s destiny.
Again, this week in Isaiah Decoded we’ll continue with our review of chapter 5 – Zion/Jerusalem, God’s Covenant People. Starting on page 150, Dr. Gileadi takes the concept of the descent before the ascent or a trial of faith and places it into an Endtime context. In the New Testament, this concept of the descent before the ascent is known as the Baptism of Fire. This week we’ll review this Endtime Baptism of Fire and consider it in the larger context of being Born of God.
This week in Isaiah Decoded we’ll continue with our review of chapter 5 – Zion/Jerusalem, God’s Covenant People. Dr. Gileadi begins on page 144 with an analysis of God’s Endtime Servant and the Servant’s role to gather Israel. One of the concepts that is not well understood by New Testament believers is the concept of a servant that comes before God and prepares a people to receive Him. As we will see, each and every time God has descended and come down generally among men, he has sent a servant to prepare His way. This concept of a preparer coming before God isn’t a clear doctrine embraced by Christianity, but it is an occurrence that will happen during Endtime events before the Lord’s return as a pattern established by God, which relates to the prophet Elijah.