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Believe Be Guided Be Warned (10.12.12)

Scribal Note: This is The Testimony of The Lord for the Foreword of His Book 7 of His Septilogy –

‘God Speaks as His Presence Unto The Edifice of God’.


       My son,

              has served with honour unto completion of the vision as declared to him over many hours of days stretching into years.

As I,

       The Lord,

              have spoken,

                   so Anthony has recorded accurately and in fullness all which I have spoken to his spirit’s ears.

This book brings forth the necessary knowledge destined for man in preparation for The Kingdom of God on The Earth.

For man should not be nonplussed by the activities of God,

                                                        by the plans of God,

                                                        by His keeping of His promises.


    The Lord,

           say again,

                 the day soon dawns which will awaken man to meet with My presence,

                                                                                     to meet with his destiny,

                                                                                     to meet with a change of lifestyle and of knowledge.

For herein is the foundation of My kingdom’s rule,

                                              of the behaviour expected from its citizens,

                                              of the reigning of The King with love supporting His hand on the tap of mercy.

For herein are the edicts leading up to and for the morality of eternity,

                        the indicators of the will of God,

                        the banishers of evil,

                        the upholders of righteousness throughout the lands of God.

For herein are the courts of heaven revealed prior to their coming to the earth.

For herein are the indicators for the passing of Faith with Grace accompanying man –

                                                         as brought by the sacrifice upon the cross for man.

For herein are the indicators for the coming of Knowledge with Mercy accompanying God –

                                                         as brought by His unsealing of the doorway to eternity for man.

For herein are the details of the succession of the kings,

                                         of the succession of their responsibilities,

                                         of their succession within the resting place of God.

So the record stands to exalt;

 so the record is to be;

 so the record uplifts to live.

The time of man,

    in its coming closure,

           forecloses on the dominion of Satan,

           forecloses on the activities of demons,

           forecloses on the wages of sin,

           forecloses on the pestilence of sin,

           forecloses on the spread of sin,

           forecloses on the effects of sin.

The warnings to man should be taken seriously:

           both the implications and the penalties implicit in man enacting his freewill within The Kingdom of God outside the will of God.

The warnings to man are extensive and proclaimed:

                                              so man does not reside in ignorance.

The warnings to man disregarded,

                                              and so ignored,

                                                                     result in judgment without mercy.

The warnings to man fall on the devilish and the deceitful,

                                              the sex seekers and the wayward,

                                              the spreaders of disease and those who will not turn within their will:

                                                                                                          to forsake a relationship with sin.

The warnings to man are sent to the hearts of sinners –

                                              so each may seize the hour while Grace is still in place to erase the sin.

For as man is warned by God so God expects man’s common sense to prevail in bringing change to his intent and to his deeds.

Wise is man who adjusts the exercising of his freewill to coincide with the will of God.

Wise is man who heeds the warnings of God.

Wise is man who desires to dwell with God within His blessings.”


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