A busy day in the Kingdom
Jul 14, 2012
Today I was in St. Paul, MN with two other men, as we were called to go to four specific locations to declare the word of the Lord. We were also called to answer and refute some petitions that had been made last night (Friday the 13th) by our opposition.
So I did not have time to do a weblog today. I had to be about my Father's (other) business.
The good news is that we won 4-0 in today's game.
I may write more of a report on this later when we can pull all the material together into a more coherent package. This was actually the third year in a row that something has had to be done around this time of the year.
In 2010 we cast barley into the headwaters of the Mississippi River on July 9, and saw the results 144 hours later on July 15 when the Gulf oil spill was capped.
In 2011 we were in the midst of the Angel of the Waters prayer campaign to "just say no" to the Dalai Lama's attempt to bring his 721 gods down upon Washington D.C. to empower their priests and to influence legislation. That decree was made the night of July 15.
In 2012 (today) we went to St. Paul to make some related decrees, which also were connected to the headwaters of the Mississippi River. We finished our work on the Minnesota River, which flows through St. Paul and merges into the Mississippi.
I suspect that we may have to wait until July 22 (like last year) to see the full results of today's work.
Recall that July is our 7th month which runs parallel to the 7th month of the Hebrew calendar. Hence, 7/10 is like the Day of Atonement, described in Lev. 16, where the high priest was to take 2 kids of the goats. One was to be killed, and the other was to be taken into the wilderness and released.
This year, on 7/10, just across the river from St. Paul, a man named Aaron killed his three "kids" (as the newspapers called them). In this gruesome murder, he treated them as if they had been the goats ("kids") on the Day of Atonement. He himself carried the name of Aaron, the high priest. Obviously, this was a horrible counterfeit of the Day of Atonement, which was to be fulfilled only by Jesus Christ. This reminds me a lot of the Canaanite practice in Molech worship, where they burned their firstborn sons in the fire to pay for their sins, instead of waiting for the true Firstborn Son of God to be offered up to God in the lawful manner.
Counterfeit religious programs can be quite gruesome and are certainly an abomination to God.
A reader later pointed out that Aaron's last name is Schaffenhausen, which means "sheep houses." His name comes from a medieval city in northern Switzerland near the site of Europe's largest waterfall. Aaron Schaffenhausen killed his "kids" at River Falls.
So our day was spent in answering the appeals of those who set up counterfeits in the attempt to set themselves up as the true authorities in the earth. We answered those appeals and established the true Law of God at the St. Paul City Hall and Court House, First National Bank, St. Paul's Cathedral, and the St. Paul Capital. We ended our work at the Minnesota River in St. Paul, repeating what Jeremiah was led to do in Jer. 51 when he wrote a prophecy of the fall of Babylon and told his scribe to cast it into the River Euphrates.
Dr. Stephen Jones