Launch date: 12 Kislev '5771'
19 November 2010
Always remembering that it is, to paraphrase:
"Seek you first the Kingdom;"
not seek you first the church, a mosque, or a synagogue.
Song: The Holy City
Words: Frederick Weatherly, 1892. Music: Michael Maybrick writing under the name Stephen Adams
Arranged by: J. Smith
This page was last updated: 19 June, 2014
Of those many sacrificing through making oaths, there will be many who need to be completing their oaths who shall not be cut-off from amongst you; but because of those who elevate as important some individuals amongst you and because of those who elevate as important the making of proclamations to you—them acting as if those dedicated, set-apart because of the restrictions placed upon them; those who normally would have themselves, others to be breaking away from authority—these be the ones to be watched, inspected (so as to judge their true character): to give closure as to whom has which type of character—them who would continue multiplying offenses are to be differentiated from those who could have expiation (capable of being brought back into agreement with the covenants). And so all are to receive besieging: those who will endure affliction for cleansing as well as those concealing, hiding deception within them; and, to give closure as to those having deceptive teachings, oracles who willingly give themselves over to besieging, they need to become separated from those who will receive anointing, healing; yet so many alleged devotees will be giving themselves over as prostitutes, marrying themselves to idols.
One means by which to achieve these goals is through the literary restorations of Ekklesian texts. Please notice the following:
Seventy weeks are determined upon thy people and upon thy holy city, to finish the transgression, and to make an end of sins, and to make reconciliation for iniquity, and to bring in everlasting righteousness, and to seal up the vision and prophecy, and to anoint the most Holy.
This translation is found in the 17th Century Church of England text known as the King James' Version of the "Holy Bible," within "Daniel" 9:24. This is commonly referred to as the "Seventy Weeks" prophecy.
II "Those Judged of the Mighty One (2nd Dani'el)" 9:24
Our constant endeavor is...
To educate how to be in agreement with
Our Majesty's Government
To assist in liberating through educating those oppressed
To be of service to those in need of helping themselves
To encourage all to: "Love one another correctly"
This literary restoration corrects for: the word puns [chiasms] shaba/sheba, asher/esher, and qadesh/qodesh; the definitions of several words; the content, context, and intent of the passage as well other subtleties such as Masoretic propaganda.
So, is there really a "Seventy Weeks" Prophecy?
Do you know where your "Holy Bible" has been?
For more literary restorations, please visit our webpage "Project: Veracity" or review the link for "The Primer 2014 Edition."
Get the Point!
Updated: 7th May 2014
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