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Much has happened in the past week, as the battle for earth rages. One piece of good news is that on May 28 God said that there will not be a world nuclear war, regardless of the current threats. Isaiah 29:1-6 describes a nuclear war destroying Jerusalem, but I believe that will be limited to that region.
The main discussion with God on May 28 was about the Babylonian leaders who are tares among the wheat. We would love to remove them before the harvest. But God says to leave them in the field until the time of harvest (Matthew 13:30), and then the angels will remove them (Matthew 13:39, 41).
It is tempting to try to uproot the tares ourselves, but God reminds us that we are tasked with doing the redemptive work. Christ is the Lamb (Amnos, John 1:29), we are the lambs (arnion, John 21:15). Another way of saying it is that Christ the Amnos is the head of the body of lambs (arnion). While we must recognize Christ’s leading role in redeeming the world, we too, as part of His body, participate in Christ’s work on a secondary level.
Earlier, on May 18 God also raised the question about the significance of March 18. It appears that there is some connection between the two dates. Perhaps if July is like September, March may also be like May on a two-month delay. This is still a mystery to us, but this adds to the revelation that I received in 1986 about March 18.
An Angelic Message: May 29, 2022
On May 29 an angel dressed in green with gold fringes came (from Brazil) to Bradley and dictated a message so fast that it was hard to keep up with him. Bradley asked him to slow down a bit, but the angel was in a hurry and told him to speed up his writing.
The Message (in part):
“Since the mighty and powerful rulers of the Federal Reserve Bank of the USA and the west wing continue to think that they are greater than I AM, and I have tolerated this arrogance for the sake of those who are righteous among you—but NOW, I (The Lord God) have drawn a line in the sand. You think that you can continue to mock, ridicule and disrespect the Name of MY son, Jesus Christ?...
“Choose today, United States of America, whom you shall serve! But I warn you (fiercely) that the rest of the world will NOT lose their heritage in a global depression. Do you think that you can outsmart Me?... I will NOT TOLERATE your debt, America, being placed upon the shoulders of the rest of the world! It is ENOUGH!”
This message was directed primarily at the ungodly leaders in the USA. He also pointed out Janet Yellen, calling her the most powerful woman in the world. She is now the Secretary of the Treasury.
May 30 Divine Court Case
A major Swiss bank sent information to John exposing the extent of bank corruption in the world. We already were aware of this corruption, but it was a surprise to hear it from such a large important bank. When Bradley read it, he was horrified and called for an urgent divine court case with the intention of pleading for mercy and clemency from Father God (Abba).
His request was answered in an unexpected way. What happened instead was that he was summoned to the divine court, but the Presiding Officer was the Ancient of Days. This was not a case for a Father, because a Father corrects His children. The Ancient of Days judges the world (Daniel 7:9, 10). God wears many hats, as they say. As the Judge of the world, He will not come in His role as Father but as the Ancient of Days. That was a new revelation to me.
Bradley was the Plaintiff in this court case, representing the world. In the gallery were his parents, John and Ann Tyler, who were able to listen to Bradley’s words, though they could not hear any other words. (Bradley was able to fill in the gaps of information the next day after a night’s sleep.)
God brought forth angels to testify against the world and its leaders. Bradley demanded human witnesses, including Joseph, David, and Moses. But God brought only Methuselah into the court room as the amicus curiae (“friend of the court”). He appeared to be quite young, no long gray beard or anything. Bradley, of course, knew him from the biblical account, but he had never seen him personally and, being then in a metamorphized state, he did not recognize him. So he did not want him to testify.
But God related the present wickedness in the world to that which Methuselah had witnessed for the last 500 years of his life. Methuselah bore witness to the fact that he had observed warring and evil in the earth for 500 years. The Plaintiff (Bradley) challenged him and asked, “What did you do to stop this? How could you observe such calamity for 500 years and do nothing about it?” Methuselah responded by saying, “I had faith in the Ancient of Days.”
The amicus curiae also spoke of another 467 years (probably from when he was 2 years old), where he had observed God’s capacity to deal with evil and bring about change.
Methuselah’s responses in the court centered on the sovereignty of God and the principle of New Covenant faith, which believes the promise of God to save the world. However, this seems to be contradicted by the stark reality of evil in the world. It raises the age-old question posed by the philosophers and theologians from the beginning of history—How can a good God who is sovereign allow such evil in the world to continue?
Secondly, why does God not seem to fulfill His promises? We are born, we live, and we die without having seen the promises.
If I may insert my own biblical commentary, answer is found in Hebrews 11:39, 40,
39 And all these, having gained approval through their faith, did not receive what was promised, 40 because God had provided something better for us, so that apart from us they would not be made perfect.
I imagine those men of faith in biblical times struggled at times with this same question. We all want the promises of God to be fulfilled in our lifetime. And they are certainly fulfilled in part. But some promises are long-term, and our faith only establishes a beginning point for the broader fulfillment. We want deliverance, but our personal deliverance turns out to be a mere type and shadow of something much greater that takes thousands of years to fulfill.
Our mortal viewpoint is too restricted and too myopic to understand the mind and plan of the God of the universe. That is why true faith is a gift from God (Ephesians 2:8). Most people live by mental persuasion, which they mistakenly think is faith. Time is the crucible in which faith is tested.
Faith is a knowing, an inner assurance that God is sovereign, having the power and ability to fulfill all that He has promised. That is Abrahamic faith (Romans 4:21). Strangely enough, God has given every man a measure of faith (Ephesians 4:7)—even atheists, who blame God for the evil in the world, while claiming that He does not exist.
Satanists and witches, too, blame God for withholding knowledge from them (by denying them access to the tree of knowledge). Hence, they think God is evil and cast their lot with Satan, thinking that he is good. Hence, they call evil good and good evil. Yet they remain frightened by genuine Christian believers, knowing that they cannot defeat those with genuine faith in God. It is a strange anomaly that Satanists would join the losing side and then remain in a constant state of nagging fear. Unless God gives them a greater portion of the gift of faith, they continue to fight against the God who loves them and who will indeed fulfill His word in them in the end.
(End of my rant.)
So the court fight continued with Bradley arguing heatedly and angrily, for in venting his anger, he was exposing the roots of unbelief in the heart of the world (including Christians).
Bradley, acting as the Plaintiff representing the world, set forth Exhibit 1, which was the promise of God through the angel dressed in green and gold (May 29). In that message, God had drawn a line in the sand against the evil ones, saying “It is ENOUGH!”
I was told that Bradley “remonstrated bitterly, indeed angrily, with the Ancient of Days, as to how He permitted such evil on the face of the earth. Why does He not simply strike down Janet Yellen? How does He allow people, old relics in fact, to remain in power, who use evil like killing children and enslaving humanity, just to remain in power? What was the Ancient of Days doing about this? Why was He tolerating such conduct? After all, the earth and its peoples are His creation, and evil must be laughing in His face. For His own Name’s sake, why doesn’t He take charge?”
John told me that he was both enthralled and terrified at these proceedings, wondering if they would all be destroyed at any moment by a lightning bolt. But the Ancient of Days remained calm and allowed the Plaintiff to vent his anger and frustration.
Here we find a curious thing. The Ancient of Days stated that the Plaintiff knew it was the responsibility of man to wrest back dominion. The Plaintiff conceded that he indeed “knew” this, but that he was getting no help from the Ancient of Days, despite huge efforts. This brought up an Old Covenant viewpoint, where man was responsible to save himself and the world by his own works. It is apparent to me that God was exposing this viewpoint and provoking Bradley into acknowledging the impossibility of such a plan. Man simply cannot do it.
The Ancient of Days reminded the Plaintiff of what amicus curiae had said about faith, to which the Plaintiff retorted that faith without works is dead (James 2:26).
I hardly know where to begin in commenting on that. The bottom line is that this court case was uncovering the difference between Old and New Covenant faith, along with the role of works.
The argument then shifted, as the Plaintiff entered a plea for mercy on behalf of South African leadership. He had to repeat this request three times before he was granted leave to make the plea. South African leaders have been under divine judgment for their corruption, but God finally granted the Plaintiff’s request.
My understanding of this is that many of the current leaders will be replaced unless they actually repent of their wicked ways. The question is this: Will the Spirit of God move upon their hearts to cause them to repent? Or will they fall from power and be replaced by more worthy leaders? Of course, this applies not only to South African leaders but also to the rest of the world.
God then brought up Jeremiah 15:11 and 19.
11 The Lord said, “Surely I will set you free for purposes of good; surely I will cause the enemy to make supplication to you in a time of disaster and a time of distress…” 19 Therefore, thus says the Lord, “If you return, then I will restore you—before Me you will stand; and if you extract the precious from the worthless, you will become My spokesman. They for their part may turn to you, but as for you, you must not turn to them.”
The main point here is this: John and Bradley have made appeals to certain world leaders, but only one has responded. I am not at liberty to say who responded, but all of you would immediately recognize his name. (It would surprise you!) But from now on, God says that they must be the ones to seek out John and Bradley (and by extension, the rest of the team as well).
This was a major turning point in the court case. More was set forth about the role that South Africa is to play in the divine plan, but I am not at liberty to share those details. However, I note that this reversal essentially puts the responsibility upon God to turn the hearts of the wicked ones. For this reason, I was reminded of God’s definition of “bless” in the Abrahamic calling. We read Peter’s words in Acts 3:25, 26,
25 It is you who are the sons of the prophets and of the covenant which God made with your fathers, saying to Abraham, “And in your seed all the families of the earth shall be blessed.” 26 For you first, God raised up His Servant and sent Him to bless you by turning every one of you from your wicked ways.
As Abraham’s seed, having his level of New Covenant faith, we are called to bless all families of the earth by turning them from their wicked ways. Yet the work is actually done by Jesus Christ Himself. It is not that we do nothing, but that we bear witness to what He is doing. A witness is one who testifies and shares this gospel (“good news”).
So the court case was resolved by New Covenant faith in the sovereignty of God by which the world may be blessed according to God’s promise to Abraham. The timing of this court case was on the 29th anniversary of Pentecost, May 30, 1993, when Saul died (prophetically speaking), and when the House of David began to rise in our time. I believe that this court case built upon that event in 1993 and marks the beginning of a new era.