Jun
02

The Great Wealth Transfer – Part 4

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The LORD of hosts promises to plunder for His family one more time. It is for the purpose of covenant, favor and blessing.

There is great detail of reference and guideline approved for the study and interpretation of the Scriptures.  Universities, Bible Schools, Seminaries and Scholars, historical commentary and traditions offer life and learned skills for the accomplishment.  And it could take years to convey the applications here.  That is not our intent.  Therefore, for the layman reader’s sake, we’re going to make some assumptions that you’ll appreciate.  The Day and Night Post news or series documentaries are taken from those benefits and imparted to offer a synopsis of the topics at hand.  Let’s get started on this next exciting revelation – the end time Great Wealth Transfer.

The Great Wealth Transfer Phenomenon

For all of you, who like a good drama, hang on to your show ticket! Soon to be playing on a world theatre near you, will be the greatest drama the world has ever seen.  It will affect every nation, every tribe and every tongue.  It will eclipse the event of the Exodus out of Egypt.

Earlier in the series, we highlighted a review of the Exodus, the deliverance of the family of God from ancient Egypt with and unbelievable, unimaginable supernatural transfer of wealth.  And we saw in Deuteronomy, God’s own description of the Exodus event.  God Himself boasted of the event:  from one side of heaven to the other, and all the way back to Adam, when God created man upon the earth, there had never been such great thing occur on the earth.

Nevertheless, as phenomenal as that greatest world event was, a greater supernatural event of like kind is about to take place.  It will dwarf the first event.  It will be such a dramatic event; the mention of it goes beyond comprehension, reason, and understanding. And only short of fulfillment, or manifestation, to validate it, it would be impossible to believe.  

The world cannot accept it, anymore than Pharaoh could accept the vulnerability of his kingdom before Almighty God! And as Pharaoh opposed The Almighty, so the world today will oppose the hand of God. Neither does the church discuss it, for the dynamics of it cannot be reasonably understood.  It is either overlooked or ignored by the traditional teaching of the church. Or, it is intentionally denied and obscured in a world that is searching for hope . . . even the church.  But God has declared it.  We’re going to see it following in Zechariah, Haggai, Hebrews and James.

The Tradition of Revelations

Countless articles, books and commentaries have been written about the Book of Revelations.  And the traditional church and its membership has struggled with its interpretation, its timing, and its eventual manifestation.  Biblical Scholars and the church have made The Book of Revelation the standard bearer for end-times future events.  Accordingly, the Book of Revelations has been the source of movie scripts, and novels, and best selling authors. And it has held their attention to the point of influence for generations.  

But they have failed in the same deliberation of past pronouncements for unfolding the mysteries of God’s pattern.  Therefore, both the church leadership and the full Body of Christ have been remiss in realizing what God is beginning to unfold in remnant revelations – here a little, there a little, until the manifestation is unfolded as it does to the fullness of time.

As strategic as the Book of Revelations is, and the significance of Jehovah’s instruction for it, it is vital to utilize connective scripture for the stewardship of God’s word.

The Similitude of God’s Word 

Biblical Scholars will attest that a similitude is the quality of being similar to something; a comparison between two things, times or events.   So we can go back into God’s word for connective prophetic anomaly: that is something said that deviates from what was standard, normal or expected at the time that it was spoken.  God reveals its significance, in due time, speaking in a comparison for revelation.

Such is the case of God’s word to Zechariah and Haggai, the twin prophets, concerning the end times in reference to the greatest event that God spoke about in Deuteronomy, Chapter 4.  In the Books of Zechariah and Haggai, we see both a similarity between the culture of ancient Egypt and today; and also a remaining spirit of “the Deliverance” that connects to future events.  So now, let’s begin to connect the scripture.

Remember, Egypt was fat with the pleasure and the plunder of the family of God. And also remembering, God speaks to Zechariah and Haggai with a word for the end of the age.  Let’s look first at Zechariah.  

Zechariah . . .

What Revelations is to the New Testament, Zechariah is to the Old Testament. Zechariah’s book is filled with great portent.  Zechariah visits with an angel of the Lord concerning the end of days. And the angel speaks saying “God sees the world is at ease.”  One translation says, “the heathen” that are at ease; meaning “the world” is fat, luxuries; a prophetic word [a similitude] likened unto Egypt under the Pharaohs.  

Remember God’s covenant with Abraham. His seed would serve another nation; and after 400 years He [God] would visit them and bring them out [of bondage] with great substance – the glory of Egypt. Likewise in similitude, “the world [the heathen]today, in all of their glory, is at ease.  Referencing the end of days, Zechariah, Chapter 1:15, 5And I am very sore displeased with the heathen that are at ease: for I was but a little displeased, and they helped forward the affliction.”  

That is a judgment that I wouldn’t want to be associated with. It’s one thing to have the Lord, strong, mighty in battle “displeased,” but it’s quite another to have the Lord, strong, mighty in battle “very sore displeased.”  Remember God will give men for His children and nations for His family.  The angel continues, Zechariah 2, 8For thus saith the LORD of hosts; After the glory hath he sent me unto the nations which spoiled you: for he that toucheth you toucheth the apple of his eye. 9For, behold, I will shake mine hand upon them, and they shall be a spoil to their servants: and ye shall know that the LORD of hosts hath sent me.” Another translation says, “hath sent me for you.” 

So, what is God saying concerning the end of days? The heathen [the Gentiles] of the world are at ease. They have [once again] plundered and spoiled the apple of His eye [His family]. The Lord is very sore displeased. And He has sent His angel out to shake his hand upon them. They shall become a spoil to you, their servants [God’s family]. And you [God’s family] shall know that the Lord has sent me for you.

Haggai . . .

Biblical Scholars agree that Haggai and Zechariah were by God joined together, that they might confirm each other’s doctrine.  Therefore it should be relatively easy for Haggai to comment also about the end of days . . . and a wealth transfer to the family of God, if Zechariah heard the angel of the Lord correctly, recorded it truthfully and we interpreted it accurately.

And he does; but, again with a similitude, he draws a closer comparison of the Lord shaking the one former nation, Egypt, to a larger event, a more glorious event, a supernatural and phenomenal event at the end of days.  In fact, Haggai clarifies the Lord declares His anointing for this coming event is really a continuation of the same anointing that brought Israel out of Egypt.

Haggai 2:5-9, 5According to the word that I covenanted with you when ye came out of Egypt, so my spirit remaineth among you: fear ye not. 6For thus saith the LORD of hosts; Yet once, it is a little while, and I will shake the heavens, and the earth, and the sea, and the dry land;  7And I will shake all nations, and the desire of all nations shall come: and I will fill this house with glory, saith the LORD of hosts. 8The silver is mine, and the gold is mine, saith the LORD of hosts. 9The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former, saith the LORD of hosts: and in this place will I give peace, saith the LORD of hosts.”

Let’s break this down.  The same word that brought His family out of Egypt remains . . . the spirit remains.  One could say “the anointing” remains. Why?  Well, it is a little while [a thousand years is as one day; and one day is as a thousand years] and the Lord will shake not just one nation. But rather, He will shake the heavens, the earth, the sea and the dry land.  In fact He will shake ALL nations!   And the desire [wealth: the Greek translation stimulates, wealth, riches, goods, substance, men, means and other resources] of ALL nations shall come.  And the Lord will fill this house [God’s family] with glory.  Then just in case there is any doubt about the material wealth, He says, “The silver is mine and the gold is mine.”  But wait, He adds, “The glory of this latter house [the church] shall be greater than the former house [Israel].

Now that’s good news for the church!  Not very good news for the world; but very good news for the church!  We’ve been connecting dots [scripture] in this brief series to highlight a prophecy of wealth transfer for the end of days so glorious, so marvelous, so phenomenal, it has been overlooked, misunderstood or even denied by the church.   

If the first event was the greatest event to occur in the earth all the way back to Adam, how could this event [the glory of this house be greater than the former] be greater?  We agree, it is beyond reason and beyond comprehension.  In fact, we also admit, it is unbelievable.  Our mind cannot conceive or comprehend the magnitude or the glory of such an event.  But, we believe it because God said it.

Nevertheless, Part 5; need more convincing? Just in case we need more convincing, let’s look at what the Apostle Paul and the Apostle James says about it. Join us tomorrow for Part 5.

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