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The Seeker Vol. 19



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On the Patio - Turbulent Times


We live in turbulent times. Those paying attention watch as the world continues to descend into chaos. The meaning of turbulent is “moving rapidly or violently; characterized by disorder, commotion, or unrest.” We see wars, rumors of wars, organized theft and deception by national leaders and the corporate crime syndicate, distortion of the truth by the media, and blatant denial of God’s laws by scientists and academia. Jesus said all these things must first come to pass as prophecy unfolds to reveal the wrath of God from heaven. We who believe have no reason to fear, for if God be for us, who can be against us?




 


Article - Portals and Pythons

News of unexplained phenomenon is increasing. Public awareness of what appears to be hidden governmental agendas to obscure information about these events is growing. We know by the Word of God that “supernatural” entities will be manifesting in the last days, as well as fearful sights and signs in the heavens and earth. Portals are reportedly opening wherein giant beings are supposedly appearing. There is nothing new about this. If we trace the history back, we find reptilian beings have been behind this agenda all along!




 

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Brother Scott Answers Your Questions



Scott,

I enjoy your show, but at times I think you spend too much time denigrating the church because it doesn't delve into some of the issues that you do. I just hope your listeners aren't discouraged to the point where they stop attending church and just listen to podcasts. We are definitely told to gather together to encourage and build one another up and strengthen the church.

-Neil D.



Hi, Neil.

Thank you for your email! I apologize if you feel we are denigrating the church. That is not our intention. The church is not made up of only the assemblies which we point out are not preaching the things we feel they need to preach. There are many pastors and teachers who are preaching the truth. If Paul was able to rebuke carnal churches, then we can certainly point out errors in the church.


I don't believe we spend a great deal of time pointing out these flaws. Our content is much more focused on the Scriptures themselves. Also, every podcast episode includes show notes where we literally link to a website where one can search to find a Bible teaching church in their area. By no means are we intending to discourage gathering of saints or fellowship. We are encouraging Seekers to find these churches!


I will endeavor to be more positive in the future, but I have clearly pointed out based on Romans 11 that the church is going to fail to do what it was purposed by God to do, and He will cut off the wild olive branches when the time is right. This is my belief of Scripture, and I will hold to it until the Lord shows me otherwise.

Again, I appreciate you having the courage to write your feelings to us. God bless you, and may you rejoice every day in your salvation!


Yours in Christ,

Bro. Scott


 

(YouTube comment)


Are the Jews of today the same Hebrews of the Scriptures? Do any of the curses in Deuteronomy 28:15-68 fit or apply to the Jews of today? Benjamin Freeman, Arthur Koestler, and Shlomo Sands, all Jewish scholars, have been for years telling the world who they really are.

-L Ray



Hi, L Ray.

On several episodes of Bible Mysteries Podcast we have discussed modern Israel at length. Hopefully you’ve had a chance to hear the series on The Song of Moses!


My bottom-line take on Israel is this: I don’t know who or where the true Israel of God is today, but I believe they are hidden in the world. This would match the parable Jesus told in Matthew 13:44:


“Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto treasure hid in a field; the which when a man hath found, he hideth, and for joy thereof goeth and selleth all that he hath, and buyeth that field.”


In earlier parables Jesus explained the field is the world. Thus, the treasure is hid in the world. God told Moses that if Israel obeyed His voice they would be His peculiar treasure:


“Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people: for all the earth is mine: And ye shall be unto me a kingdom of priests, and an holy nation. These are the words which thou shalt speak unto the children of Israel.” - Exodus 19:5-6


It makes sense to me that God would hide His true people Israel in the world while He is hiding His face from Israel as a nation. Satan knows that God will turn His face back to them when they make their confession, and He will deliver them from the invasion of Gog.


“So the house of Israel shall know that I am the LORD their God from that day and forward. And the heathen shall know that the house of Israel went into captivity for their iniquity: because they trespassed against me, therefore hid I my face from them, and gave them into the hand of their enemies: so fell they all by the sword. According to their uncleanness and according to their transgressions have I done unto them, and hid my face from them.” - Ezekiel 39:22-24


As far as I am concerned, God still awaits the acknowledgement of Israel’s national sin, the rejection of Jesus Christ. He will not regard them as His people until they do. It appears this will happen during a time of affliction.


“I will go and return to my place,

till they acknowledge their offence, and seek my face:

in their affliction they will seek me early.” - Hosea 5:15


The Lord Jesus Christ was rejected as Messiah by the nation, and He returned to His place in heaven. He awaits true Israel's confession so He can return to them. In a time of affliction they will seek Jesus, Messiah, and turn to him. I don’t believe the Nazi extermination of millions of Jews in WWII was that time of affliction. It will be the battle of Gog in Ezekiel 39.


In the meantime, we have a nation calling itself Israel that lays claim to the land of promise, but they have not made a confession of Christ nor do they behave in a godly manner. The book of Revelation makes reference to the synagogue of Satan, and whoever that is will claim to be Jews, but they are liars. Only time will reveal the truth about who they may be… and who God’s true Israel is.


One thing is certain: the Church in the dispensation of grace is not Israel, does not replace Israel, and has no claim to Israel’s covenant promises! We go out in the rapture prior to the Lord dealing nationally with Israel again.


I hope this helps!

Bro. Scott


 

(From utbnow.com)


Love the podcast! Found you a few months ago and went back and started with Episode 1 and caught up. A lot of revelation and confirmation from it. Bible question: Where was Daniel while the other three (friends) were thrown in the fire?

-Lee B.



Hi, Lee.

Thanks for listening. That is a really good question!


The Bible is unclear as to the whereabouts of Daniel at this time. After Daniel interpreted the dream for King Nebuchadnezzar in Daniel 2, we are only told that “Daniel sat in the gate of the king.”


Since the three friends Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego were requested by Daniel to be over the affairs of the kingdom, it’s possible they were attending to business elsewhere from Daniel when the incident of the image and the fiery furnace came to pass.


About all we can know for sure is that Daniel was alive and in service to the king when it happened. Where he was at the time of his friends being cast into the furnace is unknown. We can surmise that if he had been at the same location he would have petitioned Nebuchadnezzar to spare them, but the Scripture tells us nothing of this.


Sounds like one could write a good movie script speculating where he was, doesn’t it?


Thanks,

Bro. Scott

 

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