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Upon arising on the morning of August 20, John discovered a written message that was as much for me as for the Tylers. I will analyze it for you as best I can.
The “burnt” figure at the bottom is still largely a mystery. No flame could burn in this manner, as it would curl the paper. Later, when Bradley asked about this, the angel said that the power of the message itself charred the paper when he (the angel) brought it to the kitchen. As for the shape of the image, the angel said that its significance would become apparent later.
“It has begun.”
The message was given August 20, the appointed time for “your ministry.” I had connected this day with the arrival of the funds to begin the Open Door Ministry, but it appears more precisely that today is when God announced the launch of this long-anticipated ministry. I believe, too, that this is the day when the “effective apostleship” is beginning.
Recall that we were led to conduct a prayer campaign in March 2001 called “He is Building Effective Apostleship.” In 2022 we have been seeing the fulfillment of many things that were established in prayer back in 2001. It appears that today is another example.
The funding for this Open Door Ministry, prophesied nearly 40 years ago, must now surely come as well. But today is Saturday, which is not a banking day. This will have to wait until next week. We have already seen the first fruits, along with many signs of its imminence, including the declarations in Duluth on July 10.
Recall that Duluth is the Hebrew letter dalet, “open door.” August 20 is 41 days since July 10 (or the 42nd day, if you prefer). The Israelites in the wilderness camped at 41 locations in the wilderness (Numbers 33:1-56), and their 42nd camp was in the plains of Jericho after crossing the Jordan River. The transition from 41 to 42 also marks the transition from Moses to Joshua insofar as entering the Kingdom is concerned.
Likewise, there were 42 generations from Abraham to Christ (Matthew 1:17). But if you count them, there are just 41 generations to Jesus. The 42nd generation is the body of Christ, and we are that 42nd generation, if we are in unity with our Head. The word christos means “anointed.” Jesus was THE Anointed One, but we too have an anointing (1 John 2:20) by the same Spirit.
In fact, to be a Christian is to be a “little christ,” that is, an imitator of God (Ephesians 5:1), walking in love, even as Jesus Christ did. Hence, if we are in unity and agreement with Him, then we too are christs, called to do the same works that Jesus did. This does not mean that we displace Jesus as Christ; it means that the Head and the body work as a unit.
This is the only way to be an “effective” apostle, neither underrating our anointing nor usurping the place of Jesus Himself.
“I, Jesus Christ, have set in motion the cryptogram’s...”
To “begin” is to “set in motion.” The dictionary definition of a cryptogram is: “Something written in code or cipher; a figure having a secret or occult significance.” A “figure” is that which is apparent, or obvious, but it has hidden meanings that have to be deciphered by the Spirit. In this way, it is similar to a parable. Jesus said in Matthew 13:13,
13 Therefore I speak to them in parables; because while seeing, they do not see, and while hearing, they do not hear, nor do they understand.
Grammatically speaking, cryptograms should not have an apostrophe (“cryptogram’s”). But that is part of the cryptogram itself. With an apostrophe, the word is possessive. That which is hidden belongs to the cryptogram and is not being shared with most others. Matthew 13:16, 17 says,
16 But blessed are your eyes, because they see; and your ears, because they hear. 17 For truly I say to you that many prophets and righteous men desired to see what you see, and did not see it, and to hear what you hear, and did not hear it.
Just because someone is a prophet or a righteous man does not necessarily mean that he will see or understand the meaning of any particular prophecy. In fact, Isaiah 29:10, 11 says,
10 For the Lord has poured over you a spirit of deep sleep; He has shut your eyes, the prophets; and He has covered your heads, the seers. 11 The entire vision [given in Isaiah 29:1-6] will be to you like the words of a sealed book, which, when they give it to one who is literate, saying, “Please read this,” he will say, “I cannot, for it is sealed.”
The prophets and seers were blinded to the truth of “the vision” of Jerusalem’s destruction, which the prophet saw in Isaiah 29:1-6. This blindness has continued to the present day, for countless prophets fail to understand the plain description of the destruction of Jerusalem. Here is what I wrote in my commentary on Isaiah 29:
This is an important point, seeing as how the message above specifically points out the problem of Zionism and how it will be eradicated shortly. (I will cover that shortly.)
“… for the Kingdom of Southern Africa”
Note that this is not referring to the Republic of South Africa but to “the Kingdom of Southern Africa.” It includes the territory now called South Africa, but it is more. From other revelations received recently, we know that this refers to many nations located south of the equator. It is a region.
Furthermore, it is not a Republic but a Kingdom that God is establishing. This implies a political change, which reestablishes the form of government that is set forth in the constitution of South Africa. Their constitution was set aside in the same way that the American constitution was set aside. The main difference is that the American constitution did not give us a Kingdom but rather a Christian Republic, and this was changed to a Socialist Democracy in 1933.
Right now, the American struggle is to restore the Republic; but in the end, it must become part of the United Kingdom of America.
“You, Dr. Stephen Jones, will announce (on your blog) that I have been preparing for this since the beginning.”
What beginning? The beginning of what? Ultimately, the blueprint of history was drawn up in the heavenly records before creation came into being. But more recently, He has begun to reveal His plan, little by little, particularly as it applies to “Southern Africa.” This blog serves as that announcement, along with my commentary for the sake of clarity.
Everything God does prepares for the next step. This is a building process. Christ has been laid as the foundation of the building of His temple, which is us (collectively). He has been building this temple since the beginning of time. But in another sense, the foundation of Christ at His first appearance was another beginning point. We are now at another major beginning point at the time of the second appearance of Christ.
“MY King, will soon be crowned to reign…”
Jesus is “Lord of lords and King of kings, and those who are with Him are the called and chosen and faithful” (Revelation 17:14). That is, He is the King over other kings. A king of kings is the king over an empire composed of lesser kings.
Though we see Jesus as the overall King of creation, we must also recognize that God sets up kings on the earth other than Jesus Himself. He has done this since the beginning of time. David is a prime example, but so is Nebuchadnezzar, who had to learn that “the Most High is ruler over the realm of mankind and bestows it on whomever He wishes” (Daniel 4:25).
So we must understand that the word above is multi-layered, referring not only to Jesus Himself but also to an earthly king that God has anointed for Christ’s throne to prepare for His coming. The ancient kings of Israel were in that same position as stewards of the throne. Saul abused it, as did Solomon in the last half of his reign. Yet the throne on which they sat was no less Christ’s throne. The main difference is that this king will not be ruling from Jerusalem.
The power of the throne has now reached a new level of preparation for Christ’s return. We do not yet know what this will look like, but God has given us advance information so that we can be watchful.
“… in the region of which it is said, ‘MY people (whom I have blessed).’ Isaiah 19:25”
This is the chapter in Isaiah describing the Great Pyramid of Gizeh as “an altar of the Lord in the midst of the land of Egypt, for they will cry to the Lord because of oppressors, and He will send them a Savior and a Champion, and He will deliver them” (Isaiah 19:20). The “region” is described in Isaiah 19:25, which I will quote with the previous verses:
23 In that day there will be a highway from Egypt to Assyria, and the Assyrians will come into Egypt and the Egyptians into Assyria, and the Egyptians will worship [Yahweh] with the Assyrians. 24 In that day Israel will be the third party with Egypt and Assyria, a blessing in the midst of the earth, 25 whom the Lord of hosts has blessed, saying, “Blessed is Egypt My people, and Assyria the work of My hands, and Israel My inheritance.”
The people of God—those possessed by God—are those who truly follow Him. The Israelites were to be His people if they obeyed Him (Exodus 19:5). After 40 years in the wilderness, they had failed to be His people, so God took the responsibility upon Himself to make them His people (Deuteronomy 29:12, 13). In Isaiah 19:25, we see the same promise extended to Egypt.
We have had a lot of revelation in recent months about Egypt and Nubia. Everyone has heard of Egypt, but few know anything about Nubia, which was located south of Egypt. Nubia’s culture was destroyed in the 15th century, and then buried under the lake that was formed by the Aswan Dam (in 1968). For certain reasons, God considers that destruction to be a great injustice, and we are being called to reconcile that situation.
The Lord has also talked about “Lower Nubia,” defining it as “Southern Africa.” The point is that all of Africa, from Egypt to South Africa, is covered by the promise: “Blessed is Egypt My people.” The highway (railroad) is already in the planning stage—a rail system from Capetown to Damascus. This earthly project is a type and shadow of a spiritual highway that God is building.
I believe that “Southern Africa” should be viewed in the light of my vision in 1984 about the light over South Africa that moved north along the east coast. The light included Eswatini, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Kenya. That is as far as I saw it, but who knows how far it will go?
“A mortal man, who has been trained (and now raised) for this season.”
This is not Christ Himself, who is now immortal and will never again become a mortal man.
“He will smite the oppressors of this earth, who tread down upon the poor and afflicted.”
In other words, he will fight the oppressors, as Isaiah 19:20 says. It appears that this verse has a double meaning, referring to this “mortal man” that will come first, and then to Christ Himself in His second coming.
We see this type of dual fulfillment in the Old Testament as well, where the early messianic prophecies were fulfilled in part by David a thousand years before Christ Himself came. David was an anointed king, setting the pattern for David’s greater Son.
“With the sword of his mouth and breath of his lips, he will annihilate the wicked.”
The tongue was a metaphor for a sword, just as breath is a metaphor for the Holy Spirit. Under the New Covenant, Christ Himself is pictured in Revelation 1:16, saying, “out of His mouth came a sharp two-edged sword.” Again, in Revelation 19:15, we read, “From His mouth comes a sharp sword, so that with it He may strike down the nations.”
Many Christians, having an Old Covenant mindset, picture Christ speaking a word which mows down all of His enemies. But under the New Covenant, Christ “kills” His enemies in a very different manner. Jesus sent His apostles, not with physical swords to force men’s conversion, but to “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them [into death and resurrection life] in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them…” (Matthew 28:19).
They are taught by “the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God” (Ephesians 6:17). The old man of flesh is put to death, as Paul says in Romans 6:3, 4,
3 Or do you not know that all of us who have been baptized into Christ Jesus have been baptized into His death? 4 Therefore, we have been buried with Him through baptism into death, so that as Christ was raised from the dead through the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life.
God is not interested in forcing men to submit to a religion. He intends to win people by the power of His word—the word of Truth. Those who believe this word of Truth will WANT to be part of the body of Christ. His intent is not to “annihilate” them physically, but to eradicate the old man of flesh and to replace it with the new creation man that is fully in the image of God.
“And through him, I, The God of truth, will utterly consume every trace of Zionism in the earth.”
Zionism is based on an Old Covenant mindset. It conquered Palestine by force of arms at the detriment of the Palestinian people. The Zionists justified their actions by following the example of the Israelite conquest of Canaan. The truth was hidden from them.
The Israelites at Mount Sinai received the Ten Commandments on the day later celebrated as the feast of weeks (Greek: Pentecost). God invited them to draw near to receive His law in their hearts. However, they were too frightened, and so they begged Moses to “Speak to us yourself and we will listen, but let not God speak to us, or we will die” (Exodus 20:19).
They were given an opportunity to receive the New Covenant, which writes the law in their hearts (Hebrews 8:10) by hearing the word directly from God. However, they preferred an indirect relationship with God through Moses. Hence, they remained fleshly Old Covenant people. The sword that they received was physical, not spiritual. Hence, when it came time to enter the Promised Land, they conquered it with physical swords.
By contrast, when Jesus came as the greater Yeshua (Joshua), He was the Mediator of the New Covenant (Hebrews 8:6) that was unlike the Old Covenant. The Old Covenant was man’s vow to God, based on the will of man; the New Covenant was God’s vow (promise) to man, based on the will of God (John 1:13).
Jesus sent out His disciples to conquer the world with the New Covenant “sword of the Spirit.” If the Israelites under Moses had received this New Covenant sword at Mount Sinai, they would have entered the land from Kadesh Barnea and, I believe, would have received glorified bodies. They would have conquered the Canaanites with the sword of the Spirit, because the Canaanites would have seen the manifest glory of God and would have been converted and baptized into the body of Christ.
That, of course, is all theoretical, because it did not happen that way. Yet the coming of Christ showed us the truth of what God really had in mind. One might blame the Canaanites for their wickedness, but the fact is, they represented the wicked world at large and were no better or worse than what we see in the world today. Human sacrifice is still being done in the abortion clinics today. Men still worship false gods. Men still reject the laws of God.
The point is that the Canaanites were not beyond the power of the gospel of Christ. Had the Israelites not been so fearful at the mount, history would have been very different. There would have been no genocide, except by the sword from His mouth that is sharper than any two-edged sword, which does not chop off people’s heads, but is “able to judge the thoughts and intentions of the heart” (Hebrews 4:12).
This is the sword that Jesus gave us. It is a shame that many Christians have dropped that sword in favor of physical swords. For this reason, many Christians have supported Old Covenant Zionism in their conquest of Palestine. Zionist Jews have been blinded to the terms of the New Covenant, so they were acting in accordance with their own level of revelation. But Christians should have known better, for “from everyone who has been given much, much will be required; and to whom they entrusted much, of him they will ask all the more” (Luke 12:48).
But God intends to “utterly consume every trace of Zionism in the earth.” In other words, the Old Covenant with its religious mindset will be consumed by the fire of God’s true nature. His heart is revealed in the New Covenant. The partial revelation of the Old Covenant will be consumed, so that all men throughout the earth will ultimately know the heart and mind of God.
The spirit of Zionism is not limited to the area of Palestine. It is the spirit of theft, where one group believes that they are “chosen” and have a divine right to the land owned by other people. In recent centuries we ourselves had something called American Zionism, where the white settlers took land from the Native Americans. It was our “Manifest Destiny,” they said. The same spirit was seen in other parts of the world as well. It was known as Colonialism.
This spirit imposed many injustices which to this day have yet to be resolved. The word received by the hand of the angel on August 20, 2022 promises to resolve this problem. After so many generations have passed, it seems to be an impossible task, but with God all things are possible.
“He is the Lord God’s choice to occupy the throne of The Christ in preparation for His return!”
This refers to Romans 9:11, 12, which says,
11 for though the twins [Jacob and Esau] were not yet born and had not done anything good or bad, so that God’s purpose according to His choice would stand, not because of works but because of Him who calls, 12 it was said to her, “The older will serve the younger.”
God’s choices do not depend on the will of man, nor do men earn their position by their good works. Jacob was chosen before he was born. Though he was carnal in many ways, God led him and trained him until he finally came to be an overcomer with a change of nature and a new name—Israel. God took responsibility to accomplish this goal. Therefore, it was based on the New Covenant, which is God’s promise to man.
Paul extends this principle to all of the overcomers in Romans 11, where they are called “a remnant according to God’s gracious choice” (Romans 11:5). He reminds us that there were just 7,000 Israelites in the days of Elijah who were actually CHOSEN, and “the rest were hardened” (Romans 11:7). Being a biological Israelite does not make anyone “chosen.” If it did, then all of the Israelites would have been chosen. Those who are “hardened” (or “blinded,” KJV) are not chosen—at least not until their blindness is healed.
Though Jacob was chosen before he was even born, he did not become an Israelite until he was 98 years old. Being chosen only meant that God would take personal responsibility to work in his life until he became an Israelite—a New Covenant believer with New Covenant faith. We must all walk the same path to become Israelites. It is not based on genealogy but upon God’s own choice to train us until we achieve Abrahamic faith (Romans 4:21, 22).
“In the beginning was the word.”
This quotes John 1:1. All things have come into being through the word of God. Romans 4:17 says that God “calls into being that which does not exist.” Existence depends on the word of God, even before it manifests visibly on the earth. God spoke into being all things at the moment of creation, but these things have manifested over the course of history.
This suggests that August 20, 2022 marks the moment of manifestation of a ministry that God spoke into being at the time of creation. By this written message, God is emphasizing the importance and significance of the revelation, “August 20 is your ministry date.” To me, this is quite astounding.
“That beginning is being reconciled to God!”
The wording here is somewhat obscure. I believe it answers the question, What exactly is the ministry that has reached this beginning point? It is the ministry of reconciliation which Paul explained and defined in 2 Corinthians 5:18-20. Those who know and teach the reconciliation of all things are sent into the world with this word of reconciliation, “namely, that God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself.”
Not many have this revelation, but those who do are sent as “ambassadors for Christ” with a message of hope and peace to a world full of despair and conflict. It is not a word of condemnation, but a declaration of peace. It is a message of God’s victory, for He is confident in His own ability to save the world, in spite of its terrible condition (John 3:17).
God has made a New Covenant promise, based on the power of His own will, that He will do this. Those who believe that God is able to fulfill His promises, that His will is stronger than the will of man, are those with Abrahamic faith. Their faith is not in the idea that man can fulfill His promises to God, if the Holy Spirit helps them keep his Old Covenant vow. Romans 4:21 says,
21 and being fully assured that what God had promised, He was able also to perform.
This New Covenant faith has been with a few in each generation from the beginning of time. These have always had a call as ambassadors for Christ. But August 20, 2022 is a new beginning point where the message of hope and reconciliation will soon dominate the world scene. The power of this word that is in our hearts will soon become evident.