The Will of God begat the Word of God; the Word of God begat the creation. Through the creation (womb), the Will (father) and the Word (mother) begat His children, who are being raised into His likeness. This is the object of the game. Are you ready to play?
Beware of the deadly Ds: distraction, deception, discontentment and delusion.
In the Hebrew Bible, all of the offspring of the woman filled with Yah’s authority will crush the snake’s (beast’s) head. The crushed beast symbolizes the preference of the spiritual nature over the carnal one and the outside world’s influence. Yahshua called the authority “the Kingdom of God.” Those within the Kingdom of God will receive direction straight from Him.
My two new words – promise chasers and blessing beggars – have slightly different meanings. The former twists Scripture in order to demand things from God, while the latter believes their goodness will net rewards here on earth. Both groups try to avoid or pray away their trials by fire. Jesus never promised “your best life now”—look at how many times He brought up suffering, trouble (tribulation), division, persecution, and other things contrary to the “positivity” and “life-vision making” popular today. If they do not repent of this, their fate will be the one of the “five foolish virgins.”
Many who profess Christ as Lord and Savior do not understand that whatever we do in this plane of existence, affects the spiritual realm, and, in turn, trickles down to the rest of the planet. That is what Yahshua meant when He said “…whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven.” And “The kingdom of heaven is like leaven that a woman took and hid in three measures of flour, till it was all leavened.”