Obviously We Can See God

Obviously We Can See God

Where would the first place you would look for God? Obviously in His Word. If God exists and if God was all knowing, seeing the beginning from the end, and has enough love for His people He wants to warn them of what coming, we would expect to see clear and concise details in the Bible at just the right time. More often than not we find that evidence in the last place we would expect to find it.

This is going to surprise everyone based on the fact, Moses recorded this hidden prophecy thousands of years ago. Long before people were concerned about the last days. Many people skip over the book of Leviticus. Few people have little interest in the Book of the Laws. Some Christians insist those laws were written for the Jews and have no bearing on Christianity. Some claim the law is dead. There has been more written to discredit Leviticus than about the prophecies and potential prophecies that book contains. Which makes the perfect place for God to place a story about the last days with details that would take the world by surprise.

Another thing that has become more prevalent in Christianity is the habit to ignore the full story while settling for preaching that takes one verse out of a story and creates a new story with little to nothing to do with the original story dictated from God. Christians have been trained to accept man’s word over God’s Word. As if God is outdated and doesn’t understand our modern advanced age. We can look at one story that tells us exactly what God saw in our future.

Leviticus chapter 16 tells a story about this world’s last days. Some Christians know the story while a vast amount of Christians contest a well known interpretation that has been around over 150 years or longer.

To get the feel for the story in Leviticus 16, we need to look at the introduction contained in the first few verses.

The LORD spoke to Moses after the death of Aaron’s two sons, who died after they entered the LORD’s presence and burned the wrong kind of fire before him. The LORD said to Moses, “Warn your brother, Aaron, not to enter the Most Holy Place behind the inner curtain whenever he chooses; if he does, he will die. For the Ark’s cover–the place of atonement–is there, and I myself am present in the cloud above the atonement cover. (Lev 16:1-2 NLTse).

Every writer and narrator will introduce a story to get the audience in the proper frame of mind to understand the lessons the story is designed to teach. Aaron lost two sons. Which was a great deal of his world. When we place ourselves in the shoes of the main character, details open up that many people miss. One of those details is, Moses and his brother Aaron know exactly where to find God. Something we need today more than ever.

“When Aaron enters the sanctuary area, he must follow these instructions fully. He must bring a young bull for a sin offering and a ram for a burnt offering. (Lev 16:3 NLTse).

So many stories in the Bible are related to other stories. In this case we see God telling Aaron to sacrifice a bull. Why a bull? What did Aaron do when Moses was on the mountain getting the Ten Commandments and instructions from God? Aaron listened to the people and made a golden calf or bull for the people to worship. That young bull was meant to remind Aaron of one of his major mistakes.

And Aaron shall offer his bullock of the sin offering, which is for himself, and make an atonement for himself, and for his house. And he shall take the two goats, and present them before the LORD at the door of the tabernacle of meeting. And Aaron shall cast lots upon the two goats; one lot for the LORD, and the other lot for the scapegoat. And Aaron shall bring the goat upon which the LORD’S lot fell, and offer him for a sin offering. But the goat, on which the lot fell to be the scapegoat, shall be presented alive before the LORD, to make an atonement with him, and to let him go for a scapegoat into the wilderness. And Aaron shall bring the bullock of the sin offering, which is for himself, and shall make an atonement for himself, and for his house, and shall kill the bullock of the sin offering which is for himself: (Lev 16:6-11 KJ2000).

We need to pay attention not only to how a story is introduced but also look at repetition within stories. In this case we see the bull sacrificed for Aaron and his family is repeated. Which is telling us to look in why Aaron was directed to sacrifice a bull for his sins and the sins of his family. That list of sins may be longer than the golden idol Aaron fabricated for the Jews who followed Moses out of Egypt.

Within that story are details about two goats. One is sacrificed and the other released into the wilderness. Moses added details to explain the ceremony.

Then shall he kill the goat of the sin offering, that is for the people, and bring his blood within the veil, and do with that blood as he did with the blood of the bullock, and sprinkle it upon the mercy seat, and before the mercy seat: And he shall make an atonement for the holy place, because of the uncleanness of the children of Israel, and because of their transgressions in all their sins: and so shall he do for the tabernacle of meeting, that remains among them in the midst of their uncleanness. (Lev 16:15-16 KJ2000).

Many people agree with the common interpretation of this ceremony which points to the last days, while others disagree, creating their own interpretation. Details were cleared up in another book.

When these things were all in place, the priests regularly entered the first room as they performed their religious duties. But only the high priest ever entered the Most Holy Place, and only once a year. And he always offered blood for his own sins and for the sins the people had committed in ignorance. By these regulations the Holy Spirit revealed that the entrance to the Most Holy Place was not freely open as long as the Tabernacle and the system it represented were still in use. This is an illustration pointing to the present time. For the gifts and sacrifices that the priests offer are not able to cleanse the consciences of the people who bring them. For that old system deals only with food and drink and various cleansing ceremonies–physical regulations that were in effect only until a better system could be established. So Christ has now become the High Priest over all the good things that have come. He has entered that greater, more perfect Tabernacle in heaven, which was not made by human hands and is not part of this created world. With his own blood–not the blood of goats and calves–he entered the Most Holy Place once for all time and secured our redemption forever. (Heb 9:6-12 NLTse).

As we can see, bits and pieces of stories are scattered throughout the Bible. Some times the New Testament explains details in the Old Testament we often find difficult to understand. In this case the Book of Hebrews explains many of the symbols used in the Old Testament Tabernacle. The main point here being, the goat sacrificed by Aaron pointed to Christ.

He will lay both of his hands on the goat’s head and confess over it all the wickedness, rebellion, and sins of the people of Israel. In this way, he will transfer the people’s sins to the head of the goat. Then a man specially chosen for the task will drive the goat into the wilderness. As the goat goes into the wilderness, it will carry all the people’s sins upon itself into a desolate land. (Lev 16:21-22 NLTse).

Some people have an issue with the second goat. They look at half the story of sin. No one will argue the point, Jesus carries our sins and stands in our place in the judgment process. There is another half of the story. When Christ returns to take His people home, Satan is left in a desolate world for 1000 years to witness the outcome of the sins he influenced and caused over the history of this world.

Although some people choose to ignore the fact the devil has to bear the responsibility of the sins he caused, we can still see how God arranged His Word so we can see the sequence of events and what caused that sequence of events.

It was not by chance Leviticus chapter 16 tells us details about the end of the world. Following a short explanation of the end of the world, Moses filled us in on what caused the final downfall of the world. Leviticus chapter 17 told is about sacrifices to idols. Stories on the Internet focused on Christmas decorations Jill Biden chose for the White House. The main focus was on a mirror featuring a goat’s head on a mirror symbolizing Satan over a blue wreath symbolizing the democratic party. That wreath hangs over a copy of the Constitution which is above a model of a winter scene featuring the White House, small businesses, and people. The goal of the White House Christmas decorations was to show Satan over the democrat party that is shown over the Constitution and the people.

Congress forced a $1.7 trillion spending bill through at the end of 2022. In under 24 hours a 4000 plus page bill was forced through congress giving American taxpayers a huge tax raise for Christmas. The bill features funds to remove monuments dedicated to many of American patriots replacing them with new monuments to honor democrats who the media has held up as saviors of democracy. In other words, the people responsible for the chaos seen throughout 2022.

The 2022 spending bill included large amounts of money to fund organizations dedicated to eradicating Christianity using every conceivable means. Those include rewriting history, rewriting dictionaries, infiltrating and controlling school systems to introduce child exploitation, recreational drug us, communist supporters, and satanic rituals.

It was not by chance Moses covered the end of this world followed by details we would expect to see. The major details cover sacrifices to idols. Which today includes tax dollars as well as rituals performed in abortion clinics. Moses also warned about drinking blood. Today we refer to that is Adrenochrome. Young people are introduced to extreme terror before they are killed, their blood drained, and sold to elite figures believing blood from young people is a fountain of youth promising them an eternity on earth.

After Leviticus chapter 17 warned about sacrifices and drinking blood, Moses gave a series of warnings about sexually related sins. Key points included, sex with grandchildren. Today we can easily understand why Moses was instructed to warn against such actions and a host of other unacceptable sexual relationships. We have seen no end to the administration and media justifying those sins. God saw all of that coming and arranged a series of stories to tell us exactly where we are in earth’s history and what we can expect to see.