Welcome to "Prophecy Truths"--overviews of prophetic words of knowledge! A word of knowledge is a factual word from the Holy Spirit (God's Spirit). All words of knowledge are prophetic in the sense of being instructive, inciteful, inspiring, or all of these, depending on the power of the word. Often, when a word of knowledge is also predictive--and a word of knowledge is seldom predictive--the word of knowledge is said to be a prophetic word of knowledge in the sense of predicting the future instead of explaining the past. A word of knowledge is factual in nature. When relevant, mathematics enhances the credibility of a word of knowledge. In contrast, a word of wisdom is a revelation, and revelations--three or four levels of words of knowledge--depend on visions to gain credibility.
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(01-13-13) God's Faith Overcomes Our Faith God has faith, and His faith is to us both a spiritual fruit and a spiritual gift. Jesus said, ". . . only believe" (Mark 5.36), and by the gift of tongues we can demonstrate that the faith which God has for us is God's faith: only believe = ynov beliele = lll nov beliele = |l|nov beliele = l (|l|, or the absolute value of l, is l) nov beliele = l noll beliele = l nol's beliele = l nol's belielic = l no. l's belief = one God's belief God's faith is found to be stronger than any faith which we try by ourselves to produce, "For whatsoever is born of God [God's faith, among such other identifiables as the fruit of love, the gift of prophecy, and promises] overcometh the world: and this is the victory that overcometh the world, even our faith" (First John 5.4). Therefore, our transformation to more spiritually developed human beings requires our submission to God's characteristics, which He is willing to share with both believers and unbelievers alike. Generally, since ". . . he that is begotten of God keepeth himself, and that wicked one toucheth him not" (First John 5.18), we can be certain that this ". . . himself, . . ." (First John 5.18) is a reconciliation of Him (God) and self (one's wicked self overcome by God's characteristics).
(02-06-06) Making Relationships Work God awaits any attempts on our parts to establish a relationship with Him, "If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land" (Second Chronicles 7.14). God keeps this promise to so recognize anyone by treating each one He recognizes as a son in need of correction, "For whom the Lord loveth he correcteth; even as a father the son in whom he delighteth" (Proverbs 3.12). Father God often does not correct alone: "For he shall give his angels charge over thee, to keep thee in all thy ways. They shall bear thee up in their hands, lest thou dash thy foot against a stone" (Psalms 91.11-12). However, despite the love of God, which God gives to us with His angels, the self of each one of us sooner or later thwarts all heavenly efforts to keep us focused on God, who is love. Paul pinpointed this resistance to God on the part of the believer, exposing the believer--elevated to a son of God--as no better than the unbeliever, "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood [self], but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world [God and His angels, who are, indeed, in charge], against spiritual wickedness [spirits, or renewed minds, focusing with wavering faith on God and self] in high places [our heads]" (Ephesians 6.12). Do you understand that the scriptural phrase ". . . spiritual wickedness. . . ." (Ephesians 6.12) is an oxymoron containing contradictory elements, due to the tendency of individual spirits, or renewed minds, to focus simultaneously away from God and toward any self? As for our rebuffed God, He refuses to forsake us. We resist God when faith is weak--when each one of us fears, not God, but whichever self distracted us away from God, be it our own self or the self of another. Hence we are told how to be steadfast in faith, ". . . Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this is the whole duty of man" (Ecclesiastes 12.13), assured that "There is no fear in love [God]; but perfect love [God] casteth out fear: . ." (First John 4.18). One common way in which people fail to focus on God is that they fail to ". . . humble themselves, . ." (Second Chronicles 7.14), because they prefer to humble others, whose faces also they prefer, but God added, ". . . seek my face, . ." (Second Chronicles 7.14). Therefore, in what should now no longer be one of the most difficult scriptures to obey, God exhorted those who would stray from Him as their way, ". . . but in lowliness of mind [in humility with a fearful mind continually renewing--by God's faith working--into a loving spirit, lest we be as the unbeliever] let each esteem other better than themselves" (Philippians 2.3). The challenge to us in our relationships with others is that others seem to rarely ". . . humble themselves, . ." (Second Chronicles 7.14). Yet, the obedient, regardless of degree of faith, can pray humbly as did David, "Create in me a clean heart, O God; and renew a right spirit within me" (Psalms 51.10).
(08-02-04) God's Judgment is Already Ongoing What should the scripture which informs us that ". . . it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment:" (Hebrews 9.27) mean to us, if not a one-time physical death? While we yet live in the flesh, we can choose, instead, a spiritual death. We can choose to die to sin, trying to sin no more. While we yet live in the flesh, we should want to choose a spiritual death, because it is advantageous. We have the assurance that for the sins which we do confess, we do obtain God's immediate forgiveness. Also, regardless of how many times we continue to need to and do confess our sins, we never waste our time, because "If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness" (First John 1.9). Indeed, when God is forgiving us, God is already judging us. Accordingly, wise human beings want to perform an ongoing spiritual self-examination. Compare those who have chosen a spiritual death with those who have not chosen a spiritual death. Those who have chosen a spiritual death ". . . hath part in the first resurrection [which is for the living]: . ." (Revelation 20.6). The experience of those who have not chosen a spiritual death is ". . . the second death [the forced spiritual death, which is for the dead]. . . ." (Revelation 20.6) so that the following prophecy continues to be true: ". . . every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment" (Matthew 12.36). To understand the spiritual death--whether voluntary as the first resurrection for the living or forced as the second death for the dead--we can read many times in Psalms 136 that ". . . his [God's] mercy endureth for ever" (Psalms 136). Regeneration is always possible; therefore, salvation is always possible. Jesus, being sinless, did not die to confess his sins, but he died so that we would choose a spiritual death as soon as possible. We have God's promise to the living: "Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you, And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty" (Second Corinthians 6.17-18).
(03-21-04) Jesus Demonstrated the Prophetic Method The Holy Bible informs us in Matthew, Mark, and Luke that Jesus demonstrated the prophetic method to Peter, John, and James. Initially, focus on Luke 9.30-31 in which a vision and a revelation in some way included Moses and Elias, "And, behold, there talked with him two men, which were Moses and Elias: Who appeared [a vision] in glory, and spake [a revelation] of his decease which he should accomplish at Jerusalem." At the time, Moses and Elias were long dead. Sinless Jesus in his glory could not be ". . . a necromancer" (Deuteronomy 18.11), one given to indulging in such forbidden practices as speaking with the dead, "For all that do these things are an abomination unto the Lord: and because of these abominations the Lord thy God doth drive them out from before thee" (Deuteronomy 8.12). Now, focus on Luke 9.35 in which God did not drive out Jesus but, instead, commanded the disciples to listen to Jesus' prophesying, "And there came a voice out of the cloud, saying, This is my beloved Son: hear him." Teaching and preaching in the Holy Spirit and power, Jesus was demonstrating the vision (the design) and the revelation (the levels of interpretation) which Moses and Elias--as the two names, Moses and Elias--yielded when subjected to interpretation of tongues. In Book Prophecy This Is The Refreshing: Night 1 by Carolyn Jane Siino, God is with us: visions and especially revelations (the meat of Bible and world prophecy) are aided by the prophetic method's use of interpretation of tongues.
(06-13-03) God Is Elect Some individuals and even whole Christian congregations believe that they have read in The Holy Bible that they have the status of most favored persons in the eyes of God--that they are "the elect." Is this a correct Bible interpretation, when "As it is written, There is none righteous, no, not one:" (Romans 3.10)? Vanity, a manifestation of the sin of iniquity, fosters false Bible interpretation! God, advocating through Paul, dared us to dispute His charge: ". . . God's elect [God's elect = God is elect]. . ." (Romans 8.33). Examine Romans 8.33 as it appears in the KJV: "Who shall lay anything to the charge of God's elect? It is God that justifieth." Then, add some much needed punctuation to Romans 8.33, and know that God, as the Word, settled the matter of His sovereignty with no debate: "Who shall lay anything to the charge of "God's elect"? It is God! That justifieth."
(05-30-03) Making a Show of True Bible Prophecy Openly When choosing ". . . Jesus which is called Christ" (Matthew 27.17) over ". . . a notable prisoner, called Barabbas" (Matthew 27.16) to be put to death, the crowd was vicious: "The governor answered and said unto them [the crowd], Whether of the twain [Jesus and Barabbas] will ye that I release unto you? They [the crowd, following the advice of religious leaders] said, Barabbas" (Matthew 27.21). So why do today's religious leaders not preach and teach to you the truth about how ". . . having spoiled principalities and powers, he [Jesus] made a shew of them [religious leaders] openly, . ." (Colossians 2.15)? Prophet Isaiah exhorted, "Hear, ye deaf; and look, ye blind, that ye may see [know]" (Isaiah 42.18). In other words, God told us to examine Bible verses--by sight and by sound--to achieve true Bible interpretation. For example, the name Barabbas = bar Abba (Hebrew) s = Abbas bar = Abba's bar = Father's son = God's son. Despite following the advice of treacherous religious leaders with false Bible interpretations, the deceived crowd, nevertheless, identified Jesus as God's son! How? To effect His everlasting master plan, God needed to show His power--in words--of the working of the Holy Spirit (God's Spirit). Jesus, God's son, was going to become--both legally in words and actually in action--the sabbath lamb, slain once and forever for the forgiveness of sins. Do you realize also that God's son = son's God = son is God = Jesus is God? To determine such words of knowledge, or God-given facts, true Bible interpretation requires that human beings spiritually see and spiritually hear Bible verses in more detail. It is better to have working spiritual sight and spiritual hearing, or to be led by the Holy Spirit, than to be left behind, perishing from swallowing fictionalized accounts of Bible prophecy. Are you ready to do true Bible prophecy?
(04-29-03) The Inevitable Showdown on American Soil Have too many Americans sought out many inventions, blinding themselves to the fact that ". . . Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation; and every city or house divided against itself shall not stand:" (Matthew 12.25)? Consider the following examples. To appease one unbeliever, a court has declared the phrase "under God" in "The Pledge of Allegiance" to be unconstitutional. Additionally, many believers await Jesus' bodily return and even an establishment of a godly kingdom on earth, events which to them would prove America "under God." Now, who truly knows God? Who already knows that God has been within all people of all kingdoms, cities, and houses? Jesus explained, ". . . for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you" (Luke 17.21). Any time is a good time to learn and teach of restoration. Are you ready to replace false prophecy with true prophecy?
(05-18-02) The Kingdom Is One God God is talking to us. Who is God? Until now, some human beings--Christians--were able to know God as the Trinity: God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. However, in this website as well as in Book Prophecy This Is The Refreshing: Night 1 by Carolyn Jane Siino, which one or combination of these, who comprise the Trinity, is behind the interpretations in the revelations? Suppose that instead of any in the Trinity, flesh is behind the interpretations in the revelations. Then, how is flesh able to choose which scriptural verses--out of The Holy Bible (KJV) in its entirety--confirm the interpretations in the revelations? We are only beginning to demonstrate the answers to these questions. Yet, it should not astonish anyone to discover that God, also called in The Holy Bible the Word, seems to be talking as the English language itself! We must account for this end-time miracle, and to do so while also trying to foster world peace, all reasonable human beings must agree on the composition of the kingdom of God. To this end, we begin with visions. True prophecy always requires visions, although until now, visions have been missing from our understanding of the world's holy books. Persons of whatever religion or no religion, examining visions and revelations, are going to have to revise their opinions of both who is God and who are their neighbors. At this time, without referring to any complete demonstration with visions and revelations, we are advocating agreement among Jews, Christians, and Muslims that the kingdom is one God.
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