Biblical evidence alone cannot save anyone.

How to understand the discoveries of Ron Wyatt right.


Is God hiding, or do we misunderstand Him?

We all know that God can at any moment reveal His existence to the world, but the Bible teaches us that this major revealing will occur at Christ’s second coming when it’s too late to make a decision. When it is too late to be saved. Many people are curious as to why. Why not dispatch angels of light to convey the message of God? Rather, why not show Himself before it is too late? Why not use force and power to teach people the truth? Why not just take over the world right now and show everyone who is the boss? Some agnostics snicker and say that if God exists, he’s hiding like a coward. If God so much wants us to believe in Him, then why not just come and speak with us face to face? He could have angels walk in the street visibly. Why be the “invisible” God? What is the point of that? To every “why” humans have, the Bible has a “because.” The revelation of “why” is more important than many may consider because it is all about who God is. But it also exposes His adversary, who is also about to stage a spectacular display to make you believe him. Physical manifestations can’t save anyone by themselves. It can, in fact, have the opposite effect of the desired one. There are differences between the signs and wonders of God and those of the enemy (Rom 15:19; 2.Cor.12:12; 2Th 2:9; Rev 16:14, Rev.19:20). God’s signs and wonders are meant to save and assist. The enemy uses signs and wonders to manipulate and destroy. When watching the event before us, it is important to understand that. To be able to distinguish, we need to study the intent behind the event. If you think something is true or false because of how you feel, you might be wrong. Why didn’t God allow Ron Wyatt to show the Ark immediately? Some people are puzzled by the delay in revealing the discovery of the Ark of the Covenant to us. Why did Ron Wyatt have to tell about it and not be able to show it? It was frustrating for him and still brave numerous people to disbelieve and mock him. The greatest saving grace of the discovery is right now before it’s revealed. The message of God regarding the Ark precedes any physical manifestation. I’ll provide a brief explanation of the motivation. It is worth noting that God always sends messengers to let people know what will happen before He does anything big. This has always been God’s preferred method. Satan employs unexpected elements and the occurrence of chaos to attain dominion. He creates chaos to make people submit. God, on the other hand, educates and prepares us so that we can make informed decisions. The most effective use of biblical evidence is to persuade individuals that the Bible is authentic. It can’t make anyone change unless they want to. Change comes from God’s love and the working of the Spirit within our hearts. God’s love is experienced through a relationship, a personal connection, and not through the arousal of excitement and/or fear. Excitement can bring someone further down emotionally and spiritually if there is not a solid foundation to fall back on after the high is over. A sudden manifestation from God can produce the type of conversion the Bible explains in detail in the Old Testament. Here is a story that was written down as an example and witness for the world.  (Heb_4:11)  

God made great manifestations before Israel’s eyes to deliver them out of Egypt. These manifestations continued until the day they entered the land promised to them. He talked to Israel and was with them. He spoke to their leader face to face. They witnessed His might. Everything a doubter today would ask to see to believe was done for them. Their response is often referred to as the “old covenant.” Not long after the great manifestations, God became invisible to them, and the first thing they did was create an image of god they could worship instead, dance around it, and indulge in all kinds of immorality, murder, and other perversions. Why were the physical manifestations not able to change their heart? In some cases, it only made them more rebellious than before. The forty years in the wilderness exemplify the conclusion of a generation that had witnessed the largest physical manifestations in a long time. They carried the truth for 40 years, God’s tabernacle, God’s ark, and God’s law, but they died in the wilderness as someone who didn’t have any of these things.

When it came to physical manifestation, why did those with the most privileges show the least faith? People today have not learned from history and believe that if God showed Himself and manifested Himself greatly, they would believe and change themselves. If they just saw some evidence of His existence, that would make them believe it. History indicates otherwise. Lucifer was situated in a perfect world, standing in front of the divine creator. He saw God’s existence, and he did not require a mediator to approach him. The angels saw as well. As James says about the fallen angels now living here with us on earth, “Thou believest that there is one God; thou doest well: the devils also believe, and tremble.” (Jas 2:19) How many people wouldn’t say they’d be willing to believe and change if they could see Jesus in person right now? Judas was granted the Holy Spirit and worked alongside Christ in healing and casting out devils. He was privileged like no other. (Matt.10:1; Matt.19:28) He observed Christ silence the storm, walk on water, and raise the dead. All of the patriarchs longed to be there when Christ appeared as a human being. They could only perceive it through the eyes of faith. Jesus said: “Your father Abraham rejoiced to see my day: and he saw it, and was glad” (Joh 8:56) Christ could not change Judas’ heart, even though Jesus was right there with all the signs and wonders. Why? The people who were called Pharisees and Scribes, even some Jews who claimed to be on God’s side, didn’t like God’s son. What they initially hoped to see, “God among them”, God performing great miracles, woke up all the wrong things within them. It did not convert them into righteous people but made them like the ungodly. They went from being God’s people to being His adversaries.“He was in the world, and the world was made by him, and the world knew him not.  He came unto his own, and his own received him not” (Joh.1:10-11) They favored their fictive representation of God over the real thing. Most people of religious faith do so. Because when they make an “image of God,” they are the god and maker of it, and so naturally they like it. A real God, they have to answer to, which is more difficult. There is a false sense of security in interpreting God ourselves after our desire. In the past, throughout human history, God has manifested Himself on numerous occasions. These times explain to us why God cannot do it regularly for everyone who desires it. The wrath that was stirred against the Son of God demonstrates that God manifesting Himself does not necessarily make people good or Christian. Neither will anyone become righteous by looking at or beholding Christ’s blood on the Mercy Seat. Many people saw Christ’s blood when it fell from his head, hands, and sides when he was crucified. They even saw His agony and heartbreaking cry for God to forgive His trespassers while hanging there. For the majority, it still did not produce empathy, respect, or love for Him. Instead, they mocked Him and asked for further evidence: “Save thyself, and come down from the cross.  “Likewise also the chief priests mocking said among

themselves with the scribes, He saved others; himself he cannot save.” (Mar 15:30-31) Upon witnessing the presence of God in flesh, the blood of Golgotha, a sense of disdain was evoked within them, and not a love for God. Jesus said when he was captured, “Thinkest thou that I cannot now pray to my Father, and he shall presently give me more than twelve legions of angels?” That would have been enough proof for his enemies and those who didn’t believe in Him to believe He was the Son of God, but it wouldn’t necessarily make them love Him. Jesus was sent to the Jewish-pagan King Herod before He was killed: “And when Herod saw Jesus, he was exceeding glad: for he was desirous to see him of a long season because he had heard many things of him; and he hoped to have seen some miracle done by him. Then he questioned with him in many words; but he answered him nothing. And the chief priests and scribes stood and vehemently accused him. And Herod with his men of war set him at nought, and mocked him, and arrayed him in a gorgeous robe, and sent him again to Pilate” ( Luk 23:8-11) Even though Herod seemed at first to want to believe if he could see some miracle, Jesus did not even bother. He knew it would not produce the right response in Herod. Why? Because Herod had already rejected and killed the one whose message preceded Christ. He had already heard the truth and rejected it. When I talk about the Ark discovery, I always hear the same requests. “If you can show me a picture of the ark, I will believe.” “Show me the blood test results, and I’ll be convinced.” This is a delusion—that a piece of paper, even a picture, is needed to convince or change them. Rather, it is an excuse to doubt. When the time comes, if they observe it, they will seek another justification for their doubt. 

The complicated phenomenon of love

As an illustration, it is similar to our human relationships. Most people have fallen in love, only to discover that

Just because you love someone does not mean they will love you back.

their love isn’t reciprocated. Our love doesn’t guarantee that the other person will love us back. Even if we show our love or get angry, it won’t help. The act of loving someone and demonstrating it does not automatically guarantee their love in return. It can make people crazy, and people are busy trying to get approval from those who won’t give it to us. Many people have experienced being loved by someone and not being able to love them back because they don’t match what they want or need. If they continue to pursue us, their love becomes inappropriate and annoying. The evidence of God’s affection for us doesn’t necessarily translate into affection for Him in return. It can, but it also can’t. Both the Old and New Testaments talk about God’s love for people that is not reciprocated. Many people didn’t love Him back. All His work to provide and protect, and He was still rejected. He said: “All day long I have held out my hands to an obstinate people, who walk in ways not good, pursuing their own imaginations—a people who continually provoke me to my very face” (Isa.65:2-3) In the book of Hosea, God intends for the prophet to serve as a living parable of his relationship with His people. He instructs Hosea to love a harlot who has many lovers and whose heart is with others. This was all an example of God loving a people who preferred other gods. Jesus wanted to gather and protect them, but they wouldn’t let Him. “O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, which killest the prophets, and stonest them that are sent unto thee; how often would I have gathered thy children together, as a hen doth gather her brood under her wings, and ye would not!” (Luk 13:34)

Tomas, who had seen many great manifestations of God, refused to believe unless he could touch Christ’s wounds and see him alive. In Tomas’s instance, Christ did fulfill his demand but gave the following statement: “Then saith he to Thomas, Reach hither thy finger, and behold my hands; and reach hither thy hand, and thrust it into my side: and be not faithless, but believing.  And Thomas answered and said unto him, My Lord and my God.  Jesus saith unto him, Thomas, because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed. (Joh 20:27-29) Jesus did not provide Herod with the sign he desired, however, he did provide Tomas with the sign he requested. We will address the blessing Christ here speaks of, but please note that the sign Christ gives Tomas is not going to change his heart; it only causes him to be pulled out of his despair. He may have been inclined to believe that Christ had exhibited himself to the others, rather than to him, for a specific reason. Did it mean he was rejected? Even though Christ wanted Tomas’s trust in His love to remain firm, He also showed compassion and wanted to confirm it. Tomas exhibited no desire to indulge in a sinful lifestyle and would rethink his decision only if he encountered Christ. Tomas already loved Him. The teachings of Christ had already established a foundation in Tomas. The events that transpired had temporarily induced Tomas into a state of insecurity and prompted him to experience profound grief. He didn’t see clearly. His emotions were overwhelming him. Christ’s appearance to him only strengthened the foundation that was already there. The evidence presented to Tomas was intended to encourage him and was not intended to manipulate him into following a path that he did not desire to pursue.

Why is it that God must be so careful about physical manifestations? God’s existence is witnessed by the whole earth. Every bird that flies in a coordinated manner, every animal that takes care of their offspring, and every detail that is implemented to ensure the sustainability of life. Even the seasons show the story of the fall and redemption of man. The solar system, where every detail must be in place for life on earth to function. Even the smallest insects do their part. Many things need to work together to make life possible. It necessitates a

Tuna work together in perfect synchronization
to appear like a bigger fish to distract predators.
They can create all kinds of patterns without

a considerable amount of faith to believe that it is purely a matter of chance, and there are numerous reasons to question this notion. Still, people willingly believe it. Our DNA and cells all point to a highly intelligent creator. Even the agnostics’ biological makeup bears witness to the God they deny. These things are often ignored because men explain them away. They choose uncertainty; they purposely seek alternative explanations for everything we see. The perfect natural occurrences that sustain life are all called coincidences. Countless carefully orchestrated coincidences. Just because the evidence is explained away, does not mean that the evidence is not there. But humans can’t see God and angels with their eyes in their daily lives. Wouldn’t the world be converted if they saw Him and them? 

It is impossible to keep the Ten Commandments legalistic
The moral principles that guide God’s supreme moral code are often misunderstood. The Ten Commandments, unlike other laws, are not observable; it’s practically impossible to adhere to them without involving the heart. God’s law can only be kept if we love him. It can’t be kept by those who don’t. Those who don’t love God can only manifest a legalistic law that doesn’t work in practice. Legalism can lead to hypocrisy and brutality. Jesus said to those claiming to keep and educate people in the law: “Did not Moses give you the law, and yet none of you keepeth the law? Why go ye about to kill me?” The topic kept coming up between Jesus and the leaders of His people. They said Christ broke the rules, and Jesus said they did. Christ was correct; they were not. They broke the law because it’s physically impossible to follow God’s rules in a legalistic way. The result is a false representation of God and His law. Christ was the law made flesh (Joh.1:1; Exo 34:28). He was the physical manifestation of the very law they claimed to keep and respect, yet they hated Him, and disrespected Him. Paul explains: “Because they sought it not by faith, but as it were by the works of the law. For they stumbled at stumbling stone” (Rom.9:32) Jews today, despite their claims to represent God’s law, continue to be lawbreakers, as their ancestors were, for the same reason. Christians who claim to uphold God’s law, but do so without involving their hearts, commit the same mistake. Some Christians make the opposite mistake. They say they love Christ, but they don’t like God’s law. It is the same thing, only reversed. And just as naive. The law of God is manifested in Christ. It is impossible to love one and hate the other. Christ’s righteousness refers to a state of harmony with the divine law, rather than conflicting with it. (John.15:10) You can’t truly love what you don’t understand or know. (Joh.16:3, Joh.8:19) John who was directly educated by Christ said, “And hereby we do know that we know him, if we keep his commandments. He that saith, I know him, and keepeth not his commandments, is a liar, and the truth is not in him” (1Jn 2:3-4)
I will use a relationship between humans again as an example. A man and a woman may love each other even though they don’t know each other. However, over time, they might not be compatible because of their beliefs, traditions, ethics, and morals. This can lead to disdain, unfaithfulness, and eventually separation. A quick feeling of love is not enough to make a long-term change or compatibility. Initially, they may be more accommodating, but as the initial excitement wears off, they return to their own ways. Change and improvement can only happen when we either change how we see things or add more information to what we know. We don’t change unless we know why it’s necessary, and even then, we need to be motivated and have a goal in mind. People tend to gravitate towards things that resemble them the most. It gives an impression of safety, but what resembles us the most contains less new information. We are scared of the unknown and don’t trust people we don’t know. Being sinful creatures makes it easy for us to misunderstand God. It is tempting to think that God thinks and acts like a human to bridge this gap. Not just any individual, but rather the generation of our particular era. They focus on changing God, not themselves. Christ’s kingdom cannot be established in our hearts if we do this; we must love Him as He is, and to love Him, we need to get to know him. Someone approached Jesus and said, “Master, which is the great commandment in the law?  Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and greatest commandment.  And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.” (Mat 22:36-40)  Here, Christ cites the Old Testament, which is where this particular point was first emphasized. Love is the main thing that makes the law work. Love for God and love for our fellow man. (Deut.6:5; 30:6; 30:20; Lev.19:18) The law is not kept without this love, only an illusion of it. The law oppresses anyone who does not approach it with love for God. Loving Him is the only way to uphold the law. God can’t create a paradise for or lead an individual who does not possess a deep affection for Him. Even if God is kind to that person, it won’t be paradise for them. How we see others is determined by what’s in our hearts. Even if they haven’t done anything to us, we might perceive others as evil, a problem. People constantly resent each other for no real reason other than to get excited about their superiority and to humiliate each other. Instead of taking responsibility for our faults, we cast blame to get relief from inner turmoil. Lucifer had everything, including an elevated position in heaven. Nonetheless, he was discontented and observed injustices that were not there. He accused God of how he felt.
The secret behind Christ’s righteousness is love.

Imbalance of power: why God “hides”

God created us in His image, with free will. With free will, there will be an automatic limitation on how God can approach us. God must either remove man’s free will or uphold certain principles when addressing them. We cannot be programmed to love Him; we must choose to do so.’ This means God has to ask us to love Him, not demand we do. The principle of love is that it cannot be forced. You can be tricked into loving someone for a while, but eventually, it will turn out to be a lie. The main difference between Satan’s false religion and God’s true religion is that Satan doesn’t value people’s free will, and he’ll employ any means possible to get his way. He doesn’t need love, he just wants to be in charge. While Satan’s kingdom may temporarily exist without love, God’s paradise can not. Love is tied to the law because you cannot be faithful to someone you do not love without feeling manipulated, violated, trapped, and suppressed. Therefore, God’s law only works as an instrument for peace if God is loved. By creating such a law that is dependent upon love to be kept, as well as humans with free will, God has this dilemma: He can only save those who want to be saved. I call it a dilemma because God has no pleasure in anyone dying (Ezek.18:32) If God needs us to love Him to accept Him and His kingdom, He cannot use force or power that induces blind fear. Blind fear makes people submit or fight; it does not produce love. When we are scared in a way we feel threatened, we automatically become defensive. When we become defensive, we won’t receive what is offered to us constructively or positively. It is like someone kidnapped by another stronger, whose life is in their hands, will obey with their mouth and hands, but never with their hearts. If God deliberately uses the imbalance of power God has as man’s creator and life-giver, if He scares people to submission, God can only create short-term followers or hypocrites. Someone who says one thing, but their heart is not there, and in the end, they will try to break free. It will be a free will held captive by the threat of someone stronger. God knows there is an imbalance of power, and He makes a point of being careful and not abusing it when trying to convert man’s heart. He cannot take away his power, life depends on Him keeping it. Life perish without Him. A parent has a similar imbalance of power with their infants. They cannot stop being parents for that reason, but they have to be gentle and not

All parents must take care not to exploit the uneven
power balance and stunt a child’s will and individual
development. If they were to crush it, the child would
develop emotional handicaps and have difficulty
navigating the world healthily. The child should be
educated, not oppressed. The power dynamic requires
even reprimanding to be done with constraint and
consideration. God has to show a similar constraint
when He approaches us.

abuse their power. A man is physically stronger than a woman and must hold the principle to not abuse their strength, but rather use it to aid the woman instead of subduing her. Power structures exist in all ways of life. Between man and beast, between humans. Even between someone creating jobs and someone receiving the jobs, there is an imbalance. The imbalance of power between God and man is natural; it must exist for the good of all, but with the imbalance of power comes a difficult challenge for God. When the key to our salvation is to love someone we will naturally feel intimidated by, how does He approach people in the right way? Often, when an angel of the Lord, or a mighty angel, shows himself to man in the Bible, among the first things he says is, “Don’t be afraid.”. “The LORD came unto Abram in a vision, saying, Fear not, Abram” (Gen.15:1) To Jacob: “I am the God of Abraham thy father: fear not” (Gen.26:24) “And when Zacharias saw him, he was troubled, and fear fell upon him.  But the angel said unto him, Fear not, Zacharias…” (Luk.1:12-13) To Mary, the mother of Jesus, the angel silenced her fear by saying, “Hail, thou that art highly favoured, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women” (Luke 1:28) To Moses, the Lord hid in flames, calling out his name, then Moses slowly brave up and approached him. How God spoke to Moses reveals Moses already loved and knew God, as his heart not only did not need to be calmed with words to not fear, but he even dared to go into a debate with God just like Abraham did. Yet, God had to hide his glory to not stir up fear by the great difference in their positions. To Moses, God later spoke, “face to face,” but God appeared with his power and glory disguised. His face, in His glory, not even Moses would endure to face at the time. (Exo.33:11; 33:20) This principle of God’s glory being hard for us to handle was illustrated when Moses spent time with God; even his face was more than his people could bear.“And it came to pass, when Moses came down from Mount Sinai …behold, the skin of his face shone; and they were afraid to come nigh him.  And till Moses had done speaking with them, he put a veil on his face.” (Exo.34:29-33) This shows us why God has to place a veil between us and Himself as well. It is for humans’ sake so that they will live through the encounter with God. God is all-knowing; His eyes penetrate the soul. He knows every detail about us, and He is more righteous. To someone equally corrupt, we don’t feel as exposed, but to someone who knows everything yet is good and has always been good, it is difficult to face. Now add the great imbalance of power to that equation, and we understand that facing Him will cause death. Our bodies have become too weak. Even when there is no power imbalance or penetrating eyes, believers who indulge in sin hate the company of those who try to do the right thing. Others’ right decisions take away their reasons for making the wrong choices, leaving them feeling exposed and without an excuse. And this feeling alone can cause someone to dread the company of others and even hate and despise the good-doer. This situation is maximized to the ultimate extreme when a sinner faces God, who is the great judge. When Christ comes in His majesty towards earth, people who have despised him will seek to end their lives out of fear of facing him: “And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb..” (Rev.6:16) When the earth is made new, it says God will dwell with man in peace. But to make this happen, God has to do something for our sake. He promises: “And I will forgive their wickedness, and I will never again remember their sins.” (Heb.8:12) God will remove the record of our sins from His mind so that we will not be reminded of it or feel threatened by Him when we face Him. When Jesus went to the mountain where he transfigured, his true soul glowed from the inside. We see Moses and Elijah coming from heaven to meet him, and they are now comforting their Lord, whose glory they before could not look at when they were on earth. We see the great change in this scene, where the light coming from Christ does not affect them negatively at all. (Mark 9:2–3) This illustrates perfectly that it is not because the Lord does not want to speak to us face-to-face that He doesn’t, but because we are too weak to handle it. Before the time He forgets our sin for good, God has had to, ever since the fall of man, veil Himself to remove man’s feeling of doom and alarm at His presence to such a degree that we fight Him when He is trying to help us. He has to both act and speak in a way, that induces trust instead of defense. Some claim to have counted the many variants of “fear not” God has given in the Bible to people he is trying to reach and found it to be 365 times. Just as many days as the earth travels around the sun. Every time he speaks to a prophet who already loves him but who feels terrified when they see him in his glory, He first has to calm them down. Tell them not to fear; tell them he loves them and that they are forgiven. That they have His favor. (Isa 6:5; Zec 3:4) Ezekiel tells of his encounter with God’s glory: “And when I saw it, I fell upon my face, and I heard a voice of one that spake. And he said unto me, Son of man, stand upon thy feet, and I will speak unto thee.  And the spirit entered into me when he spake unto me, and set me upon my feet, that I heard him that spake unto me.   (Ezek.1:28; 2:1-2) When they fall to the ground, God helps them back on their feet and strengthens them. The prophet Daniel tells us about his encounter: “So he came near where I stood: and when he came, I was afraid, and fell upon my face: but he said unto me, Understand, O son of man: for at the time of the end shall be the vision. Now as he was speaking with me, I was in a deep sleep on my face toward the ground: but he touched me, and set me upright. (Dan.8:17-18) God wants his enemies to fear Him, He wants us to fear harming each other so we might think twice about what we are doing before the harm is done, but He also needs His people to love Him. The fear he puts on His enemies is because they are at war with him, and they need to be conquered and defeated because they harm others. Their fear is natural when meeting a higher authority who is more righteous than them and whom they have to answer to. This fear is reasonable for God to permit and, with His presence, produce. Any criminal will fear the moment a police officer is in front of him because he knows his time has come. It is a fear that precedes judgment, but it is not a fear that precedes the birth of love. A government does not need a criminal to love them; they just need to restrict or eliminate the criminal. They don’t love him or need him to love them. A person who is accused will always be self-absorbed and unable to love their judge. This principle is there when man reacts to God as well. Yet, God, unlike the earthly police or judge, wants to save and rehabilitate the lawbreakers. He values every life. If God sees they have potential, based on their lives and hearts, He forgives, atones, and removes the judgment so that they have a chance to choose to love Him. This love will produce a change in the pursuit and desires of the sinner. God will restore and help them. Because of God’s exalted position, He knows He cannot reach a single soul without approaching them with mercy. Before Christ died, God let them bring Him animal sacrifices so they could learn about God’s mercy, that His wrath against their sin was diverted to the beast, and they could approach him feeling at peace. In a state of being forgiven, their sins were removed, they could healthily communicate with God, and He could help them get to know Him. Throughout time, man struggles with guilt and often diverts it to all the wrong places. The animal sacrifices were a prophecy, but it was also to man’s benefit to experience relief from blame when approaching God. It is important to understand the difference between the fear that comes upon those who hate God and that which comes upon those who have erred but want to do the right thing. One God permits, and the other God has to face with compassion and sensitivity. This means God is forced to, in part, “hide” his face from someone He wants to save. Although he punishes those he loves, the punishments are meant to develop that person, not destroy them. To Elijah, God revealed this principle. Elijah, with God’s help, brought a great visible sign to the people of Israel. Fire from heaven that even burnt up the water around the altar. It was a great manifestation, yet when Elijah realized that, despite this great manifestation, resistance against God remained and his life was still in danger, he ran depressed and scared to Mount Sinai. The place where God had earlier made a great manifestation to Israel. Perhaps he longed for God to show more great manifestations in the way He just did at Carmel. For God to command him to bring the people to Sinai and to once again speak to them with fire and lightning as before. It says God did a visual parable for Elijah there at Sinai. “And he said, Go forth, and stand upon the mount before the LORD. And, behold, the LORD passed by, and a great and strong wind rent the mountains and broke in pieces the rocks before the LORD; but the LORD was not in the wind: and after the wind an earthquake; but the LORD was not in the earthquake:  And after the earthquake a fire; but the LORD was not in the fire…” Many Christians desire that God do great things to win doubters over, to convince their family and friends or their people, yet fail to understand the results of such an approach. Elijah recognized God was not in the storms and “after the fire a still small voice.  And it was so, when Elijah heard it, that he wrapped his face in his mantle, and went out, and stood in the entering in of the cave” (1Ki 19:11.12-13) Now, when God wanted to speak to Elijah, he came as a “still small voice.”. Gently, with kindness, He approached Elijah. And because of it, His message reaches Elijah’s heart. Despite the great manifestation on Mount Carmel for all of Israel, God did not credit a large conversion to that specific event. Rather, He said: “Yet I have left me seven thousand in Israel, all the knees which have not bowed unto Baal” (v. 18) Undoubtedly, the manifestation, rather than converting Baal worshipers, strengthened the hearts of the faithful and put fear in the hearts of their enemies, who had for a while systematically killed many of them. God cherished and recognized those who had been faithful, and who were faithful before that great manifestation. Whoever never bent knees to Baal in the first place. Those who converted through the fear and excitement produced at Carmel were not secure followers of the Lord. They needed education, not excitement; they needed to get to know God, not just fear Him before they could be counted among the seven thousand faithful. Thus, Elijah’s job was to educate them, not continue to do “signs and wonders” to repeatedly stir up their excitement and fear. The manifestation on Mount Carmel still had a great purpose. It

got attention to God’s messenger, so people would seek him for more answers, and it put fear in the people to prevent them from persecuting the seven thousand faithful that remained. The Bible explains that they had systematically killed God’s people and prophets until that event, and seeing God was with Elijah, the people permitted the murderers to be put on trial and executed there and then. The manifestation was therefore fruitful in bringing justice and protecting God’s faithful. But to convert the idol-worshipers, more than physical manifestations were needed. So it is today as well. In the very end times written in the book of Revelation, we see God sending messages to the world to, if possible, save people before it is too late. The first and third angels of Revelation 14 are said to be “saying with a loud voice” their message to the world. In Greek, “megas phōnē”. In Revelation 18, the intensity is even greater. Here the messenger is said to have “cried mightily with a strong voice”; in Greek “krazō, en ischus, megas phōnē”. The load voice has become a scream in addition to a load voice. The world will be enlightened, but God providing enlightenment does not secure a conversion. Therefore, right after this mighty scream, we see the still small voice here as well: “And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.” (Rev 18:4) Just ‘phōnē’, no ‘megas’ or ‘krazō’, or ‘en ischus’. Just a voice. The angel enlightening the world is a laudable message, but the invitation is not a scream. Again, it is tied to God not being able to demand or manipulate love. All He can do is approach us with His spirit and plead with us gently. It is the only way that He can save us—to inspire our love and trust. If we reject, He has to step away until we invite Him or desire Him. We wouldn’t be happy in heaven or on the newly made earth if we came because we feared God and not because we loved Him. Nor will we keep the law there either, as it can’t be done without loving God. This voice in the heart is what saves each individual. Because of the pathetic state of humans and because of their now natural fear of God’s authority and presence, to win a human’s heart, He has to approach it subtly. Because of the great imbalance of power, a natural manipulation would happen if God at this point is more visible. The moment we see angels walking the streets visibly, if we every week at church heard God speak physically, if Jesus walked among us now, it would still not ensure true conversion. Man will act out of fear and intimidation, not love. Especially because God represents His standard, not that standard that is comfortable to us if we desire our sins. Many would feel a natural, forced inclination to do as God wants and suppress their will negatively. The result is that those who seem to follow him are not necessarily good or can be trusted. God is going to restore the world to its natural beauty. He has promised the people who trust in Him that the misery we now face in the world is to end. To accomplish this, He needs a population that sincerely understands His principles and loves Him. Or else the future population will be scared and suppressed with an inner resistance or rebellion. Suppression and misery will never end. This does not lead to happiness for either God or man. Because of our sins and our distance from God, to win us over to the truth, He needs to do it spiritually. Cleverly, for our sake, God has chosen to do it this way.


Before and right after man had sinned, God did physically come to them and talk directly to mankind. This shows us that it was not God’s initial intention to be invisible to the human eye.“And they heard the voice of the LORD God walking in the garden in the cool of the day: and Adam and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the LORD God amongst the trees of the garden.  And the LORD God called unto Adam, and said unto him, Where art thou? And he said, I heard thy voice in the garden, and I was afraid, because I was naked; and I hid myself.” (Gen.3:8-10) This is the effect sin has on our relationship with God; it causes us to hide from Him, and in His mercy, He is now invisible to us. They could see cherubs here on earth visibly in the time after the fall: “So he drove out the man; and he placed at the east of the garden of Eden Cherubim, and a flaming sword which turned every way, to keep the way of the tree of life” (Gen.3:24) Imagine they were there present, yet it did not stop people at that time from

continuing sinning. It did not stop Cain. We don’t know how long they were there, but because they were guarding the Tree of Life, at one point God had to move the garden to heaven, destroy it, or hide it from man differently; most likely, this was done before or during the flood. I don’t know this for certain, but I would not be surprised that when they became many, they would try to make war against the cherubs to enter the garden and the tree, and for all their safety, so that God would not have to war against them and kill them, God removed it. I believe that is why it is not here anymore. We continue to see God speaking directly to the first humans, even to Cain, who killed his brother. We see God speaking with him before he killed his brother to warn him of his anger: “And the LORD said unto Cain, Why art thou wroth? and why is thy countenance fallen? If thou doest well, shalt thou not be accepted? and if thou doest not well, sin lieth at the door.” (Gen.4:6-7) Cain, despite having the privilege of being warned directly by the Lord face-to-face, still did not listen to Him. He could have clung to Him like Jacob once did. Ask for more strength and knowledge on how to conquer his anger and change what led to it. Jesus was right there, directly warning him. When he had killed his brother, God again spoke to him, but instead of taking Cain’s life, He said that He would ensure Cain’s protection. That God would protect him from suffering the fate that he gave his brother. A great mercy and offer were given directly to Cain by God. Yet, we read: “And Cain went out from the presence of the LORD, and dwelt in the land of Nod” (Gen.4:16) The human will is strong. And it was mankind who chose to desire, to indulge in our sins, and not want to communicate or be in the presence of God. As the world continues and people degenerate by following their desires, we choose to dread and fear our creator, despite his invitation to peace and forgiveness. Still, to this day, those who love their sin will dread the company of even a follower of Christ and will choose to stay away from them as well. We cannot force them to choose differently; we cannot force them to love us and stay, and God cannot force anyone to love Him either. Once we are on His side and love Him, we will naturally not feel suppressed, and we will not have the type of fear in His presence that induces inner rebellion. This is why the manifestation of the resurrected Jesus to Tomas did not produce fear but love. When he said, “My Lord, My God,” it was an exclamation of love and relief. That is why we see God’s greatest manifestation and presence is with those who love Him, seek Him, respond to His spirit in their hearts, and not to others. Those who do not feel a love induced by His presence will reject His presence, and signs will only cause them to feel threatened and they will try to explain them away to find inner relief and “peace”.

The discoveries of Ron Wyatt

Know and therefore understand that when God shows us the discoveries of Noah’s ark, Sodom and Gomorrah, the Exodus route, Sinai, the Ten Commandments, and all of these things, God leaves room for doubt. There has never been anything easier than proving the earth is round, even for a private individual. Despite all the evidence, pictures, and videos, whose effects can even be seen with the naked eye, people still find a reason to doubt it and believe the earth is flat. No amount of evidence can convince someone

A kind man may offer to exercise
on our behalf, but it still won’t give
us any muscles. If God is to practice
faith on our behalf, our faith will
benefit little from it.

who chooses doubt. They see what their doubts tell them to focus on. Doubt is self-soothing when you feel uncomfortable with the truth. God knows our brains work this way and that when we feel threatened we blind ourselves even to the most convincing evidence. The discoveries of Ron Wyatt are not to prove God’s existence; they are given to awaken our attention to the realness of God’s words. So many worship the historical Christ but reject Christ’s communication today. They believe in the prophets of the past, but not the prophets of today. They think they would never have persecuted Christ’s messengers in the past but eagerly do it today (Matt.23:29-31). God’s truth is not forced upon the world, because truth is only understood when it is welcomed, and it can not be forced upon the heart. It is enlightenment, but not the cure. Jesus said in a private conversation: “And as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of man be lifted up:  That whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life” (Joh 3:14-15) What is special about Christ comparing His sacrifice to the event in the wilderness is that it worked in the following manner: Moses set the serpent up on a pole, and all who were sick and went to it got healed. Those who did not seek it out, would not leave their tents or look at it, to go to it, died from their illness. (Num.21:8-9) They were all enlightened, but only those who believed and acted upon their belief were saved. This illustrates the point, that we need to seek what God is using to help us. We have to take steps in faith to meet Him. If a friend is training weights on our behalf, we still will not get the muscles from his good deed. If we want the muscle, there is only one way to get it: we have to train. A friend can go with us, inspire us, do it together with us, and encourage us, but the muscles are only produced by our physical exercise. Similarly, God cannot show faith on our behalf; He needs us to practice our faith ourselves for it to be strengthened. He can encourage it, and be an example to us, but He can’t do it for us. Faith is produced when a person of free will chooses to practice it. The more it is practiced, the more it grows. Faith opens up our hearts to listen to God, while doubt closes our hearts so we can’t perceive correctly what we see and experience. It is like being negative, you will become blind to all your blessings. Faith is the only way we can communicate intimately with God because our faith and hope are what remove the fear that prevents us from loving Him. The story of the serpent in the wilderness in Christ’s private conversation with Nicodemus is brilliant, as it became not just preaching, but prophetic. Nicodemus “came to Jesus by night.” He had searched for Jesus to understand more. He had taken the first step of faith. Christ then told him about this story, which later became a great sign to Nicodemus when he saw that Christ was crucified, similar to the serpent in the wilderness. And he knew; Jesus knew it would happen, and had explained to him what it meant beforehand. If Nicodemus had been satisfied with the “miracles” he said he had seen Christ perform, he would never have gotten this enlightenment, which confirmed his faith later. He had done as those who lived in the wilderness and sought out his redemption. The discoveries of Ron Wyatt do not eliminate the opportunity for doubt; that cannot be done as long as man has free will. Doubt works to expose what is inside a man’s heart. Within doubt, man shows his true self and his true desire. Doubt gives bravery to the hypocrite and the insincere. Doubt is used to permit them to do as they please. God shows enough evidence to wake us up from our spiritual slumber, to inspire faith and contact with Him, and to get man’s attention to the realness and truthfulness of the Bible, but not so much that people feel forced to do what they do not wish to do. Not so much that people are scared and feel forced into a conversion.

The Ark of The Covenant

The discovery of the Ark of the Covenant is a perfect example of who God is and how He approaches man. It contains His law that we have broken, but over it is the blood of our Lord, ready to offer atonement and forgiveness to those who, figuratively speaking, approach His throne. The blood is to induce the love that will enable us to be in harmony with the law. Without the blood, we will fear God in a way that can only produce legalism or rebellion. The Blood is the witness of God’s great love for man and each individual, and it is the only thing that can bring us into harmony with God’s law. God’s love produces hope, hope produces faith, faith produces love, and love produces change. The discovery of the Ark is God’s outstretched hand from Genesis to Revelation. The same message, the same offer, the same plea, the same voice. This voice will either speak to our hearts or harden our hearts. Whether we see the law and the blood with our bear eyes or not, the message to our hearts is the same. Seeing it physically is not a guarantee we will genuinely convert. It can also produce a feeling of suppression and inner anger. The foundation that is laid in our hearts as we speak, before it is shown, will very much determine how we will react to it when it is revealed. Christ’s blood cannot be forced upon anyone. Some say that they won’t change their lives until they see the physical evidence. If God wants you to believe based on physical evidence, He will visit you in person today. Producing evidence is not a problem for God; being visible is not a problem for God; it is inspiring us to love that is challenging. Those who do not want to make changes unless they see evidence are asking God to force them to change, scare them, or manipulate them to follow Him. They wish to remain in their sinful lives unless forced otherwise. They are willing to be suppressed to live eternally. This is not a true conversion. To such people, I want to say, ask God for help to change your heart. To see the beauty of the life God offers and the beauty of following His principles. The yoke of the truth is light compared to the yoke of sin. Get to know him. When you choose Him and learn to love Him, you will see much evidence that will strengthen your interaction with God. The more you get to know Him, if you let Him atone for you, the more open you will be to Him and He can communicate more directly. That is why some faithful Christians are so strong in their faith; they have experienced plenty of signs and miracles. But these wonders were given as a response to their faith, not to manipulate them to believe. The greater the love for God, the bigger the manifestations God can give an individual.

Satan’s plans vs Christ’s way

Even after the law and the blood are revealed to the world, an invention given to the world will brave the majority to oppose the one and true God. If you have disdain for God, you will feel, in the company of the powerful majority, the strength to rebel. Satan’s lying signs and wonders will offer you a different gospel, one you will embrace if your heart is not moved by God’s spirit. You will find reason to doubt the testimony coming from the discovery of the Ark if that doubt is what you desire. You will feel temperately safe while choosing your self-absorbed path (2.Thess.2:1-12). God’s testimony of His son, the discovery of the Ark of the Covenant with the blood of Jesus, is a love decoration to mankind. But at the same time, it contains a warning and a condition. The blood is not on the ground. It is resting on the earthly throne of God.

A throne, whose base is His law. God’s kingdom cannot function harmoniously without this law. God offers us atonement to be reunited with Him and His kingdom, but in return, for Him to be our King, we need to accept the law (authority) of the King. And this law can only be kept through love and adoration. If we rebel against it and dislike who God is, His principles, and His reign, yet think the blood is still there to save us, we will find ourselves in peril on the day of judgment. That is not how the blood works. The blood draws us to Christ; it offers atonement and forgiveness so we can come close to God and see Him as He is. If we are not moved by God’s love for us, to love Him back, then there is nothing God can do to save us. Satan isn’t concerned about gaining our love. He cares about power and winning. Christ and the apostles have repeatedly warned us against false Christian teachers that will come; some will even claim to not just represent Christ, but be Christ. Satan has no problem in appearing as an angel of light. (2Co.11:14) When two different characters claim to represent the same God or even be the same Christ, how can you tell the two apart? If two preachers quote the Bible and say God spoke to them, how do you know which one is lying to you or is deceiving himself? The love that comes from knowing and understanding someone is the only thing that can help us distinguish truth from error. God’s signs and wonders are not to force people to follow him. It’s to warn and to awaken our understanding of His love. His warning is a declaration of love. He does not want us to be lost. It is not to make us physically obedient with a rebellious heart inside. Yes, Satan can, for a while, scare people into a false religious observance. He can even scare people into living a lifetime of hypocrisy. Maybe the ideas of eternal prosperity tempt even the greedy and those who would normally despise God’s principles when they understand that both eternal life and God are real, but that does not mean their hearts will change permanently. Judas saw Jesus’ divinity, but he was by Christ’s side for all the wrong reasons. The hope of a great position, fame, or financial gain, drove him because he thought Christ would be declared king.

Instead, when Christ explained that this was not his mission at the time, Judas betrayed him for money. Fear of God without love can only create cold, unloving legalism, which itself conflicts with the law it claims to uphold. Satan can scare people with a false Christ, a false religion, or a false Christianity. He can do crusades and inquisitions, and he can claim he does them for the good of humanity. But these hearts are not won to Christ. He can win their “bodies” and get “words of affirmation,” but not win their spirit and their heart. Know therefore that the discovery of the Ark and the blood are not meant to force man into conversion. It’s a loud cry meant to give people the opportunity to see the truth amid this world’s confusion and religious and irreligious lies. It’s a last call, a last opportunity to know Christ through His throne, followed by a voice to follow Him instead of the world’s chaotic lies. Many will not receive it. Many will get scared because they don’t feel love for God. Many will be furious with God and see the invitation as a provocation. Satan will come with his plan. As the end-time events reveal, “For they are the spirits of devils, working miracles, which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world, to gather them to the battle of that great day of God Almighty” (Rev 16:14) Here we see Satan use miracles consciously to manipulate people to do what he wants them to. The Bible tells us several times that in the end times, the governments of the world will be led by God’s enemies and teach error. The governments educate their populations, which again creates a culture that is against God and his principles. With the governments of our time on Satan’s side, we must understand that God’s manifestation of the blood on the Mercy Seat does not end the wars on this earth; it angers the devil and his followers even more to fight God and those who obey Him. We are warned, in Revelation, that the governments of this world will either reject or abuse God’s invitation to deceive. We are living at this time now, so we know Revelation speaks of the governments of our time. The leaders of your country are deceived. The leaders of the United States of America, are deceived by Satan, whether their party’s color is blue or red. The kings of the earth are the governments of the earth. The State of Israel, which knows that this discovery is real and whose laboratory tested the blood, is still in rebellion against Christ and is still advancing Satan’s plans. Those whose hearts are moved by God’s love for them and feel love back are the only ones who will benefit from this discovery. The rest will be judged by it, exposed by it, and deceived by Satan into warfare. And if you do not have the foundation to love the Lord now, after hearing the gospel and hearing about Christ’s sacrifice for you to save you, you will struggle to have the right emotions then.

Satan can give you the Jesus you want, but never the Jesus you need.

And when Satan offers you a different Christ, one that uses force and offers you to keep some of the sins you love more than God, you might just choose the false Christ. When Satan offers the governments a Messiah that reflects their character, they will receive him. One of the great powers Satan uses in the end time to go to war against Christ is false Christianity. As confirmed by the angel guarding the Ark of the Covenant, the first beast coming out of the earth is the Christian nation of the USA, copying the Catholic beast that came out of the sea (Revelation 14) The false prophet is the USA with its protestant and evangelical movement that has rejected God’s authority and followed the commandments and culture of men and popery. The Catholic Church and the claimed reformed movements are the Christian powers Christ warns us about in Revelation. Who lies and deceives by saying God is speaking through them when He is not. Who uses signs and wonders to prove God’s spirit is in their churches when He is not. Because they teach the gospel of lawlessness. They claim to follow Christ when instead they have made an image of Christ that follows their way. In the last war, God shows a “false prophet” leading the way. A false prophet in the Bible is always someone who claims to speak on God’s behalf and who normally tells people that they do not need to turn from their sins and that God will save them anyway. From the beginning to the very end, the false prophet in the Bible always has the same message: Fear not; God will save you and you can KEEP your sins. “Fear not”, when you follow your self-made god and your selfish path. The false prophet, who gave this message to the Jews back in the day, caused them to perish when Jerusalem was conquered. So will the churches fall as Jerusalem did, and those inside them will fall with it if they believe the lies. The lie is that they can define God’s love differently when God has already defined it in His law. When you separate Christ from His law, you get a false Christ.
God’s message, the true prophet’s message, is always this: “Fear not”; God will save you FROM your sins. “Fear not”, when you follow God and His path. If you don’t, you will perish. If you don’t change, God cannot save you, and you will die as a result. The true prophet will tell you that loving God and obeying Him are tied together by an unbreakable bond. It is the same thing.

The false message spread by various religious preachers will always lead to eternal war and strife. It’s the ultimate lie. The false message shows God subdued under worldly lawgivers, whoever is in power. The true messenger shows that God, as a lawgiver, is above any human always. If man can dictate God’s law, God would be a king under a human king with no power. But he is not. The false prophet and the beast use manipulation, force, seduction (using your desires against you), signs, and wonders meant to force you to go against your conscience and comply. It manipulates you to do and choose what you want or what they want. God’s spirit is working on the heart to convince us of God’s love and that He wants what is best for us. God asks us to help us remove the destructive sins that separate us from Him, that make us run scared away from Him, and that we cannot keep if we want to be part of a peaceful world. How can we live in a world where He has his presence, if we can’t stand to be near Him? It is important, however, to discern, those who are genuinely deceived to believe God is someone he is not and who has been fooled to think that His method is something it is not. Some are genuinely deceived.

Does the discovery make you righteous? Are those who share them good people?

Are the people sharing these discoveries sanctified and holy? Good people? Most are probably not, I am sorry to say. I have seen my fair share of ungodly behavior over the years. The need for recognition, the elevation of self, jealousy, competition, and many who, like the “Levite” and the “priest” in the story of the merciful Samaritan, walk on the other side when they see someone “wounded” in fear it will contaminate them. That is not who Ron Wyatt was. In the 30 years I have been involved with these discoveries, I have seen the worst of Christians. Those who do not get what it is all about and who think the treasure is the stone and the gold. They want to bring more evidence because that elevates their status as the “next chosen,” which in turn will give them influence over others. Many share these things detached from Ron’s theological teaching, even contrary to it. Others, who have Ron’s theology, share these things without Ron’s love for fellow men. Ron spent as much time mediating God’s love as he did looking for archaeological things. The discovery was secondary, pointing to Christ’s love first. Saving souls is not saving faces. His heart, as the popular saying goes, was in the right place. His reason for looking for these things in the first place was not to make a name for himself; he was driven by his burden to inspire people to believe in the Bible so they could be saved. Ron Wyatt saw where the world was heading for its annihilation; he saw the people who were lost, was moved by love for them, and wanted to help God save them. So he asked God if he could help Him do that. God responded to Ron’s love for Him and mankind and was

chosen because of these traits. This is why God could not choose someone with a master’s or bachelor’s degree, a real archaeologist, an educated theologian, or anyone who had an admired position. God wanted to give the message that what makes you suited in the world’s eyes is not what makes anyone suited in God’s eyes. He needed someone who loved Him to represent Him and someone who loved their fellow man. Because God can easily give the one he chooses the knowledge he needs for his job, but he cannot force anyone to love Him. Therefore, God needs the one who loves, not the one with prior knowledge. Now many unloving people share these discoveries, thinking rock and stone will convince someone without displaying a character conveying God’s love for man. The clear truth of the discoveries is drowned in theories and exchanged with confusion. Therefore, do not let people who do not convey God’s love in what they do confuse you into thinking it is not of God. This attack has been made on God’s truth throughout time. The worst of the worst claim to be pastors and priests. The power-hungry, child molesters, manipulators, self-absorbed, thieves, affirmation seekers, greedy, selfish people claim to speak on God’s behalf all the time. Since the first Bible saw daylight, there have been people abusing it to gain power over others. The holy words of the Bible have been quoted by people who are not sanctified by them. So, as it has ever been, Satan is the most active and appears as close to the truth as he can. Because the closer he is to the truth, the more he can manipulate the hearers who seek it. What he fears most is the same he will do everything to silence or muddy the waters.  When Paul preached the truth Satan had possessed a woman to confirm the truth: “And it came to pass, as we went to prayer, a certain damsel possessed with a spirit of divination met us, which brought her masters much gain by soothsaying:  The same followed Paul and us, and cried, saying, These men are the servants of the most high God, which shew unto us the way of salvation.  And this did she many days. But Paul, being grieved, turned and said to the spirit, I command thee in the name of Jesus Christ to come out of her. And he came out the same hour” (Act.16:16-18) Satan did not even have her lie, but being who she was, her telling and repeating the truth, made people fear and feel disdain for the truth. The demons did the same to Jesus: “And devils also came out of many, crying out, and saying, Thou art Christ the Son of God. And he rebuking them suffered them not to speak…” (Luk 4:41) Likewise, be sure that bad people will tell you the discovery of the Ark is true and devote themselves to proclaiming it, but who they are and represent is meant to put people off from the truth they proclaim. Plenty of bad people will share it. These men and women claiming to represent God are meant to put you off and doubt the discovery, or confuse the message of the discovery. Some share it with the messages of “the false prophet”. These discoveries are still in a “manger,” and the great men of the earth, even the great leaders, will not look for the “baby in the crib” but wish to wait for another savior. But the light from these discoveries will shine upon shepherds and strangers, on anyone who sees the beauty in God’s gentle voice. When the law and the blood are revealed to man, the end has come. When God makes such a great manifestation, He cannot permit the disrespect to continue for long, and the world will never be the same. It will, for the time remaining, divide people into two groups: those who rebel against the throne of the lamb and those who follow the lamb.

Watch out for claimed mediators!
Now is the time to build a relationship with God. Mankind hungers for mediators, and there are plenty who wish to be mediators. False teachers and prophets say, “God told me,” and then bring their message. “God told me” is said to create submission and to prevent opposition. So you will be afraid to go against the preacher. They abuse God’s name for their glory and to get recognition for their ideas. The real prophets also say it is from the Lord rightly so, but the intent and the focus reveal the spirit behind it. Either it points to God as the only savior, or they present themselves as the co-savior along with Christ. Many preachers unfortunately do this. If they present a message from them specifically and the only way to be saved is to listen to them or join their group, you know it is not from God. Giving ourselves such a position is the same as claiming to be the “way, truth, and life” instead of pointing to “the way, truth, and life.”. No human or group on earth has a monopoly over the salvation path that we have to walk on to be saved. “Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me” (Joh 14:6 ).  “For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus” (1Ti 2:5) God’s people and church will point others to Christ; they are not the WAY to Christ. It is very important to know the difference.

Men and women who claim they are “the way” to Christ, are either deceived or deceiver.

Any preachers who seem to think others will be lost if they do not listen to their ideas and thoughts are liars. Even so, these preachers are the most well-received, as they create codependency with the listener. How bold to claim that fallible human ideas and imperfect words are the only way to Christ and salvation. What a horrible self-deception and manipulation of other souls! Presently, these preachers are also emerging using the discoveries.

King Saul was anointed but still ended up deceiving a nation. No one, no matter their high election, can be trusted before God. Even I can preach these things and not be sanctified by them. Don’t chase religious gurus, or leaders to lead you. You will be utterly disappointed. Christ is your example. There are harsh times ahead, a great storm is coming! People you look up to will disgust you. People you admire will betray you. Those you disliked, or thought nothing of, will tell you the truth. Enemies will become friends and friends will become enemies. Things will be shaken up, just like in the first church. Judas, a disciple, turned bad and Paul their prosecutor and killer became a disciple. “Thus saith the LORD; Cursed be the man that trusteth in man, and maketh flesh his arm, and whose heart departeth from the LORD. For he shall be like the heath in the desert, and shall not see when good cometh; but shall inhabit the parched places in the wilderness, in a salt land and not inhabited. Blessed is the man that trusteth in the LORD, and whose hope the LORD is. For he shall be as a tree planted by the waters, and that spreadeth out her roots by the river, and shall not see when heat cometh, but her leaf shall be green; and shall not be careful in the year of drought, neither shall cease from yielding fruit.” (Jer 17:5-8). 

“But be not ye called Rabbi: for one is your Master, even Christ; and all ye are brethren. 
And call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven. 
Neither be ye called masters: for one is your Master, even Christ” (Mat 23:8-10).
Don’t seek out these positions. You are not the cornerstone, Christ is.

(See also Mat 23:3-8)

Cooperate with your governments as long as what they ask is fair and it does not conflict with God’s law. Fellowship with others, and be a friend, but when it comes to your salvation, you must only have one mediator.

Where will you be when the storm hits?

When the law and the blood are shown, attention will be led to God and the truth. But you don’t need to see them to learn the truth. You don’t need a man to mediate its existence for you to be saved. The blood saves you, whether your eyes behold it or not. It always has. In the end, Christ is the only one who can save you. And whether His things are used or abused, the truth remains the same. The way to life is the same. The greater the manifestation will be in the future, the more emotions will be stirred in all directions. God’s enemies will rise against God even more. God’s apparently invisibleness will be considered God’s weakness, and his apparent absence will make people bold in their resistance. Just like the Israelites when they danced around the molten calf after God spoke directly to them. Likewise, people rejecting God do not understand that if He appeared, they would have perished instantly. The voice of God will be attempted drowned out by the voices coming from “the beast,” “the false prophet,” “the harlot,” “the dragon,” and “the kings of this earth”. The time you have right now is gold. Spend time with God and create the right foundation now, so that when the storm comes, your house will remain standing. Christ said: “Therefore whosoever heareth these sayings of mine, and doeth them, I will liken him unto a wise man, which built his house upon a rock:  And the rain descended, and the floods came, and the winds blew, and beat upon that house; and it fell not: for it was founded upon a rock” (Mat 7:24-25) 

Your house is your faith and your love for God. “This is the victory that has overcome the world, even our faith” (1.John 5:4) If your faith is dependent upon “signs and wonders” it is built upon sand and is like a wave: “He that wavereth is like a wave of the sea driven with the wind and tossed” (James 1:6) The physical discoveries are not the goal of your faith, but they can be a means to get to that goal if they lead you to believe Christ loves you and is trying to save you. The goal of your faith is Christ’s righteousness, a new birth, a new spirit, and love for Him and your fellow man. The Jews loved their rituals and traditions but did not like the One they pointed to. It is possible even today to love the ancient stones, inscriptions, and exciting parts of the discoveries, that God brought to light, and still not want the living Christ and what He represents, which is what they point to. History is ever repeating itself because man’s sins are always the same. Imagining a God by their side accepting their sin is more tempting than a God that rebukes it. The modern state of Israel has made thousands of archaeological discoveries that point to the history of the Bible being true. Yet, the country has never been more atheistic. A survey indicates that only 30% of Israelis say they are religious. ( When they have maintained their religion for hundreds of years, why is the faith faltering when the evidence of their history has never been greater? Because archaeological evidence cannot produce faith alone, neither can the discoveries of Ron Wyatt. They can inspire faith, but not alone or detached from the love of God. The Bible can inspire faith, but not alone or detached from God’s spirit, convincing the heart of God’s love. Many have read the Bible and did not feel impressed or the need to convert. Some of the greatest atheists of our time and the past have read the Bible more than your every day professing Christian. We know the gospel will be challenging to receive in the end times because Christians, in large part, do not convey God’s love anymore. Paul warned: “This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves.. unholy…despisers of those that are good… lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God…” and then the shocking revelation that Paul is here speaking of religious people, even Christians: “Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof” (2.Tim.3:1-5) The love for God and fellow man will be in large part gone from the ones claiming to represent it, causing the churches to be emptied or become a playground for legalism and hypocrites. Such is the case with the discoveries as well; if not presented in love, they will not be received. And even when they are shared in love, they might still not be received in love. And even when the evidence is brought forth to the world, it might still not be received. Listening to God’s voice in the heart is the most important thing we can do. Jesus let us know beforehand that many will call out His name and call Him Lord. They will do mighty works in His name, “signs and wonders” in His name, but not in love for the truth, not in obedience to God. Their Christianity is a self-deception (Matt.7:21-23). In this statement, Christ clarifies that an outward conversion is not what He desires. What use does He have when people praise His name and do charity in His name if they are in rebellion against His authority and teach men to put man above God? God is a government; He is a king and ruler, not just a friend. Therefore, look at the discoveries God has brought forth, and use the faith that has been inspired by it to continue to walk with the one to whom these things point. Watch Christ’s life, learn from Jesus, listen to Jesus, and pray to God. Make room for love in your heart for Him and others. And then show others that love. That is the perfect response to these discoveries. Don’t remain with your head in the rocks of Sinai, inside an ash structure of Gomorrah, or staring at a mountain, desiring the Ark that is inside it. That is the throne of the lamb, not your throne. Desire the lamb. Desire to see Jesus. It’s the owner of that blood that makes the blood special; it is the owner of the Ark that makes the Ark special. It’s the author of the law placed in the Ark, that makes it special. And you don’t have to wait to see and experience Him. The finisher of your faith, is right now present, eager to receive you, and you can approach Him today. And the love you need to keep His law, to follow Him, for “your house not to fall,” cannot afford to wait for a sudden physical manifestation or a sign; it is birthed through getting to know God and understanding who He is. This is learned through an active relationship, personal experience, and learning from the experiences of God’s people written down in the Bible. The experience of the apostles and their testimony. You may do this now. In the future, there will be complete chaos. When the dragon gathers the kings of this world to war against the lamb, a process that has already started and is currently happening, you will and are tested. If you are not grounded, you will be confused and like a wave upon the sea. Jesus warns us that all the kings of the earth have been deceived: “And I saw the beast, and the kings of the earth, and their armies, gathered together to make war against him that sat on the horse, and against his army” (Rev. 19:19) Again, I must emphasize that he is speaking of the countries of our day. “All the kings”!! He is speaking of the United Nations, NATO, WHO, all the gatherings as well as individual countries. All your governments are betraying Christ and pressuring you to disobey God. They believe Satan’s false manifestations and lies: “The kings of the earth have committed fornication, and the inhabitants of the earth have been made drunk with the wine of her fornication” (Rev.17:2) Again, this includes the modern state of Israel. “These shall make war with the Lamb, and the Lamb shall overcome them: for he is Lord of lords, and King of kings: and they that are with him are called, and chosen, and faithful” (Rev.17:14; Rev.16:14) Right now the throne of the lamb is standing in the middle of a people and powers that are rejecting the authority of the lamb. In the ending days, at the very end, you have to stand alone without earthly governmental support caring for your rights. There won’t be an earthly government representing and mediating on God’s behalf, even if they claim to. The governments of this world will feel threatened by God’s throne on earth because its law and king are exposing them as sinners and liars. They would rather accept a false Christianity, a false Judaism, or any false religion, over the truth. If you think God manifesting the law and the blood is going to first convert the world, the experts, the leaders, the scientists, and governments, and then lastly yourself, you will never be saved. If you are waiting for all doubt to be removed, you are waiting in vain. You own your doubt and God can not stop it.
If you are waiting for God’s enemy to convert before you accept, you will never. If you are waiting for a picture before changing your ways, you will never. The time is almost here. Your relationship and salvation are only one prayer and one step away. There is nothing you need to wait for. A great storm is coming. Find your shelter today. “Choose you this day whom ye will serve” (Jos.24:15) “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only-begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life” (Joh.3:16) The blood is there, on the mercy seat, as God has given witness of. It is true; Jesus has truly given His life so He can save yours. It happened. It is real. “But one of the soldiers with a spear pierced his side, and forthwith came there out blood and water. And he that saw it bare record, and his record is true: and he knoweth that he saith true, that ye might believe” (Joh.19:34-35) Yes, the evidence of our redemption is precious, holy, and wonderful. Now look up! Look at Jesus, who did this for you. “Looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith” (Heb.12:2) Listen to Him; He has things to say to you. Don’t stop your progress; don’t wait to progress. Lift your head. Christ is risen; He is alive! Don’t just hear; let the truth sanctify you. Help Jesus save as many as possible; help give them the foundation they need to endure the final crisis. If your heart is in the right place, you will find yourself working side by side with angels, you will see your teachers (Isaiah 30:20-21). “And then shall they see the Son of man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh” (Luk 21:27-28)

___ FURTHER STUDY: IS God using hell to force a conversion or do we misunderstand “hell”?________

SO WHAT ABOUT HELL? TORTURING PEOPLE FOREVER? The hell many preachers preach comes straight from God’s enemy. It originates from the Catholic Church which from the beginning mixed pagan doctrines with Christianity. They use the term “hell” detached from the Hebrew Old Testament doctrine, together with pagan myths. To learn more about what hell-preachers got wrong watch this video:

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