Revelation 21:12-17

“And had a wall great and high, and had twelve gates, and at the gates twelve angels, and names written thereon, which are the names of the twelve tribes of the children of Israel: On the east three gates; on the north three gates; on the south three gates; and on the west three gates. And the wall of the city had twelve foundations, and in them the names of the twelve apostles of the Lamb. And he that talked with me had a golden reed to measure the city, and the gates thereof. And the city lieth foursquare, and the length is as large as the breadth: and he measured the city with the reed, twelve thousand furlongs. The length and the breadth and the height of it are equal. And he measured the wall thereof, an hundred and “forty and four” cubits, according to the measure of a man, that is, of the angel.”

If we pay attention to Angelic measurements and descriptions, we are brought into a new light. We see that there is a code within the Bible. There are many symbols and codes that we must be able to interpret to understand the Bible correctly.

Such as the term “Foursquare”….

The term “Foursquare” stands for the four-fold ministry of Jesus Christ as the Savior (Romans 10:9), the Baptizer by the Holy Spirit (Luke 3:16), the Healer (1 Peter 2:24) and the coming King (Acts 1:11).

Jesus the Savior

He loved us so much that he died in order to save us from the penalty of our sin. The Cross and the color Red are symbolic of the first of the “Foursquare” description.

Jesus Christ, who baptizes with the Holy Spirit

God sent his son to baptize with the Holy Spirit and to give those that have been called and chosen the power to share the good news about his identity (Acts 2). This part of the “Foursquare” ideology can be represented by the dove and the color gold which signifies the fire of the Holy Spirit.

Jesus Christ, the Healer

We know that Jesus has the power to heal all who have been under the power of the devil, because he is God. This aspect of the “Foursquare” description is represented by the cup or Holy Chalice and the color blue for Divine healing. Also, the color of the High Priests garment in the Old Testament.

Jesus Christ, The Coming King

When Jesus ascended into Heaven, the angels declared that He would return to rapture His Church to live with Him forever (Acts 1:10-11). This part of the “Foursquare” idea is represented  by the crown and the color purple for the royalty of Jesus.

Secret Code of the New Jerusalem…

Anomalous Celestial Phenomena Observed in Jerusalem-October 16, 2016

On October 1, 2016 in Jerusalem where witnesses had heard the strange trumpet sounds and observed the appearance in the sky of a Perfect Circle of Clouds.

Rosh Hashanah-the Jewish new year starts on October 2 with sunset and lasts two days. According to the Jewish calendar, the holiday marks the beginning of a 5 777 years since the creation of the world. According to Jewish tradition, these days are predetermined  by fate and events of the next year.

This holiday is called the day of the Sacred Assembly, when it was supposed not to work, and blow the trumpet and make sacrifices. This time God’s judgment over people. In Heaven this day is decided-who will live in prosperity, in hardship, and was was destined to die.

In the Torah, this holiday is called Yom true (a reminder of the sound of the trumpet). The name Yom trua associated with particular commandment assigned to this holiday: to publish a trumpet sound. In the synagogues, certainly few times to blow the shofar (a brass musical instrument from a RAM’s horn) calling for the rethinking of their actions, repentance, kindness of thoughts. This appeal not only to the ears but to the heart of Everyone. The word shofar comes from the word correction, improvement. The sound of shofar calls: Wake up those who are asleep, who spends years allotted pointless. Will surveyed their souls and make good your deeds. The tradition to blow the shofar has been going on for the first century, and the horn represents the RAM that Abraham instead of his son Isaac was sacrificed to God.

How interesting that in Jerusalem, the trumpet sounds, a strange circle of clouds, and it all appears in a serious religious holiday, or rather anticipation of the ancient holiday. Alarming and frightening the signs, but what they carry and what warning?

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