While many are looking for the “Anti-Christ” to suddenly appear and scare the dickens out of the world, others are ridiculing the idea that an Anti-Christ will appear. Both views come from the same source: blindness and the apostasy!
What would happen if the world suddenly found out that there are very many anti-Messiah messengers active today? And what would they think if the real anti-Christ teachers started their great deception thousands of years ago, as a result of the split from the Jewish Apostles?
As of the time of this writing I am near to completing the broadcast series on Ezekiel. This has been a learning experience for me and I hope for you also, if you listened to all the episodes. So much new understanding came out of this series that is rarely, if ever, accomplished by others.
But for those who “get it” the book offers much clarity and hope regarding the entire scope of Scripture prophecy. It is the prophecy of Yahua given to Ezekiel. This is the same as the Revelation, which is the prophecy of Yahushua given to John.
And tying both of these major prophecies together are the visions and dreams given to Enoch!
Do you have ears that hear and eyes that see? I hope so, because you will really need them to grasp the significance of this post …
The anti-Messiah (also called anti-Christ) message is a product of blindness, church politics, and gross apostasy. It is a popular message that permeates one of the world’s major religions. It forms the foundation of religious teaching and can be believed easily and is accepted without question by millions around the world!
Why is this not understood today?
The problem lies somewhat in the translations of Scripture. The rest lies in the fact that the real truth needs to be revealed to each and every person. And furthermore, the false message is easy to accept!
It is very doubtful today that the truth about this anti-Messiah message will be taught in the churches and synagogues. That is because this understanding is not revealed by Man and Man’s opinions about the truth. This truth will only be revealed to the masses when the Spirit of Yahua is poured on all flesh as prophesied in Joel, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and by other prophets.
The translation problem is an easy fix, if it is understood.
For example, in the Greek only one word is translated “God”. That word is “Theos”. “God” is a title, not a name. The same is true of the word “lord.” Messiah is also a title. And so is Christ (means the same as Messiah).
Now the translators of the Hebrew Scripture erroneously use the title “God” to translate the name “EL.” So then whenever you see the title “God” in the New Testament and in the Hebrew Scriptures, substitute the Hebrew name “EL” in its place. You will be well on your way to a new understanding of what the Hebrew Apostles knew. (They did not have the Greek New Testament to confuse these things for them.)
Also understand that “EL” which consists of two Hebrew letters “aleph” and “lamed” has meaning. In proto-Hebrew the letters are pictures, not Chaldean symbols as used today. Aleph is the head of an OX — the mightiest of the farm animals. Lamed is the shepherd’s staff or crook. When we put these together we get the picture of the Most Mighty One who guards and protects His sheep. The agriculture analogy provides us with a concrete meaning that can help us all think the same picture when the Name is used.
Furthermore, wherever you see the title LORD in Hebrew Scripture know and understand that that is NOT the translation of the Name being translated! LORD is a substitute, and unfortunately that “title” really is a suitable translation of “Baal!” So wherever the name LORD is found in the translations of Hebrew Scriptures, it is usually a big capital letter followed by small capitals, and it is an awful substitute for what is really one of the most important Names in existence!
What you should want is the actual NAME, not any kind of substituted title!
The popular word “God” has no concrete meaning. It is totally abstract and takes the meaning of those who use the word. As noted, it is not a name. It is a title. Unfortunately, for our understanding, the word is useless. Everybody has their definition of “god.” And people think that is a good thing, though it has led to mass murder by the church, and by religious fanatics.
Now I have said all that to say this: By knowing what is and what is not the anti-Messiah message, you can know the anti-Messiah messengers!
How would we know the truth?
Would we question people out right? Or take a poll?
Are we so skilled in spiritual discernment that one look is all it takes?
Actually, the answer is very simple.
What do they say about the Father and the Son?
John was explaining this in I John 4. He starts that chapter by saying that we need to test the spirits to see whether or not they are from EL! (The title “god” is used to translate the Greek “theos.” But John was a writer of Hebrew, and someone translated John’s Hebrew into Greek! And that confused every body and opened the way for the anti-Messiah teachers!)
If they don’t know who the Father is and say that the Son is someone else, obviously, they have a spirit of error and do not have the Spirit that came from EL, right? Isn’t that what John is saying?
Therefore, those who have the Spirit from EL, ought to be in a position to easily spot the false messengers, should they not?
Also there are many more false prophets in the world than there are true prophets. Nothing has changed even though Elijah had the prophets of Baal killed, has it?
One part of the message is that Yahushua the Messiah came in the flesh. Now why would that be strange? Mainly because of who Yahushua really is. To say that Jesus came in the flesh is one thing. And most people accept that even if they are not Christians. They think He is a man, and a great teacher. So, obviously he had to be in the flesh, right? Also the iconic name “Jesus” has lost its meaning. It is a Greek word that came from the Latin. And people have been looking at a man whom they also worship as a “god.”" And I noted above that “god” is a title and has no meaning except what people think god is.
But the Name Yahushua (Hebrew) means far more than the name “Jesus.” Yahushua means “‘He who exists’ is our deliverer (savior).” So who is “He who exists?”
As noted, “Lord” is used to translate the Name. Now most people are afraid to use the pronunciation of the real Name erroneously translated “Lord” or “Adonai.” But there is no prohibition in the Torah to not pronounce the Name. To not say the Name brings to the point of saying, “Hey, you there!” or even worse, “Hear us, Baal, O mighty God.”
The pronunciation comes from the three ancient Hebrew vowels used in that Name. That would make the name sound like “EE AH OO AH.” If you sing that Name (and you should!) without breaks between the letters the consonants “Y,” “H,” and “W” automatically form thus making the sound “ee-Yah hoo wah” or Yahua.
However, we also must know that the Name “Yahua” means “He Exists!”
That goes all the back to Enoch’s vision. When Yahua was given the Name (“He Exists”), He was presented before His creation and they were shown what the plan was. At that time He was called the “Son of Man.” And since He was the Son of Man, that makes title “Man” also apply to His Father EL. And that puts us in a unique position because Yahua (through the resources in Elohim) created Man in EL’s image and His likeness. Thus Man and EL (the Father) become One.
Any message that does not contain this understanding is suspect, is it not?
But there is more.
Here is how the preachers of the anti-Messiah message do it.
Most of them adhere to the notion that Yahua is the “God of the Old Testament” and the Father. They declare Him to be a cruel and angry God who always wants to pour out His wrath upon sinners. They despise him and preach that Jesus came to destroy the Torah. So they contrast Yahweh with Jesus, and make Jesus their hero: Jesus who took away the sin of the world and if one accepts Jesus they are free from sin and “born again.”
Strange, John never wrote that message, did he?
No He wrote about EL who sent His only Son into the world that the world through Him might be delivered. He did not send His Son to condemn the world. This is John 3:17, is it not?
But that seems to say something that we might never had heard before: the Son existed before He was sent. That does two things: It removes the notion that “Yahweh” (a mispronunciation of Yahua) is the father, and it makes Yahua, the Son, doesn’t it?
That is Yahua. Now it makes more sense to understand that John was saying that Yahua came in the flesh. And that makes Yahua and Yahushua one and the same, does it not?
So one main part of the test message is that the messenger must understand and declare that Yahua came in the flesh and as a result also became Messiah ben Dawid!
Now John wraps this up very simply: He states that every spirit (inspiring the speakers) that does not make the message above very clear that Yahua came in the flesh, is not of EL and is the spirit of the anti-Messiah — and there are multitudes who preach that message even to this day!
What does John write in 1 John 4?
“Here is how we know the Spirit of Truth and the spirit of delusion: We are of EL. The one knowing EL hears us. He who is not of EL does not hear us.”
This goes back to the question Yahushua posed when He asked, “Who do people say that I am.” This generates all kinds of absurd answers. “But who do you say that I am.” And they replied, “You are the Son of EL.” And He replied, “You are blessed because you did not learn this from men, but from my Father in Heaven.”
So John and the true apostles understood something that they neither learned from men or from Yahushua, but from the Father.
John later wrote, “By this the love of EL was manifested in us, that EL has sent His only brought-forth Son into the world in order that we might live through Him. In this is love, not that we loved EL, but that EL loved us and sent His Son to be an atoning offering for our sins. Beloved ones, if EL so loved us, we also ought to love one another. No one has seen EL at any time. If we love one another, EL does stay in us, and His love has been perfected in us.”
Then John wrote this (speaking of EL): “By this we know that we stay in Him and He in us, because He has given us of His Spirit.”
Then John ties this discourse into into an amazing and often overlooked conclusion:
“And we have seen and bear witness that the Father has sent the Son, savior of the world. Who confesses that Yahushua is the Son of EL, EL stays in him, and he in EL!”
Thereby, John, using simple logic, declares the Father to be EL and El to be the Father, and Yahua/Yahushua the Son.
What do the Christian’s teach almost everyone?
That Yahua (not EL) is the Father, and that Jesus is the son.
That is the definition of the anti-Messiah message.
But it goes even further, Yahushua told Mary Magdalena to tell His disciples that “I ascend to My Father and to your Father, and to My EL and your EL.” This is another witness that EL is the Father and the Father is EL.
One shocking part that is often missed is that Yahua (mispronounced as Yahweh) and Yahushua ( mistranslated as Jesus) are the same Being. Yahushua is Yahua in the flesh. The coming of Yahua in the flesh was necessary for a number of reasons:
- Yahua was the other party in all the covenants that He made with Enoch, Noah, Shem, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob (also named Israel), the offspring of Jacob, and David.
- Because of this position, Yahua knew long before that He was going to need to come to the earth and live among His people. He also knew that the only way to save them was to buy up the debt that they owed. Because their debt was death and scourging (the Davidic covenant), He had to take that upon His own self as one of them. Thereby, He redeemed all people, both living and dead and yet to be born.
- For Yahua to be the Messiah ben Dawid (David), He had to be born into the line of David, which He was.
- To make a lasting impression among His Apostles, He had to meet with them FACE-TO-FACE. And in doing that it was revealed to them by Yahua’s father, EL, that He was the Son of the Most High. This is something that John, in particular, knew quite well, and wrote about in John 1 and 1 John.
Now, those who have the Spirit of EL in them should be encouraged when they understand what is and what is not the anti-Messiah message.