Dear saints, several years ago God did a great work in our midst, an assembly of God. He wrought betrayal in our midst. For the event that occurred is in likeness to what was written by Peter, “For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God. And if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God.” God wrought betrayal in our midst, and laid bared our hearts. Whether we had a heart of ignorance, or a heart with errors and strongholds of pride, or a heart where greater understanding was necessary, God bared our hearts for all the chosen ones. And now these years pass and God has not forgotten what He wrought in the earth, for it was He who brought forth betrayal in the earth by the preaching of the one true gospel. This thing occurred because the one true gospel was preached. To forget what God has performed, is to forget God’s reminder of the state of our heart. I tell all who read this writing, God did a work in our midst and it was betrayal, and it was the beginning of judgment. What are your thoughts? You must judge whether the things I speak are truly the word of God or the words of man. Do you reject the words I write as the words of a man? Do you not know that betrayal is the beginning of judgment? Are you ignorant of the purpose of God in the Mashiach, that Yeshua entered into judgment through betrayal? Are you ignorant of the writings of the prophets and that the first judgments upon pharoah were the betrayal of Yambar and Yanah, the Hebrew magis of Pharoah? They were more than magis of the pharoah, they were false prophets Of Yisrael. This was indeed betrayal. (2 Tim 3:8)
And where do we stand now? God wrought a work in the earth those years ago, betrayal. Did you know and do you now know that God wrought a work in the earth? Are you able to present your heart before God in all its frailty and ignorance and weakness and pride? Or will you be steadfast in your pride which opposes the very grace of God. Remember, “God resists the proud, and gives grace to the humble”, as it is written. And the justified ones are those who cry out to their God, “we have sinned greatly against you, Oh Lord.” It is these ones who are justified by God, and where there is no condemnation, and will be partakers of the divine nature, looking forward to communing with their God for all eternity, face to face, clothed in immortality and incorruption. He who endures to the end shall be saved.
And that there might be the testimony of two that betrayal is the beginning of judgment, I reference 2 Thes 2, “Let no man deceive you by any means, because unless a falling away comes first, and the man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition” (this is the betrayer who betrays), … the day of the Mashiach is not at hand. When the falling away has already occurred and the betrayer is revealed, then the day of the Mashiach is at hand, the time of the Gentiles is fulfilled and judgment is about to fall upon the earth. The falling away has already occurred, and the man of sin revealed: “I hate the deeds of those who follow Billy Graham” sayeth Yeshua, the Lamb without blemish slain, buried, raised from the dead the third day and seated at the right hand throne of God till His enemies are put under His footstool. Yeshua, the King of Kings, is about to come back in great power and might. For all Yisrael will be saved. And the Lord Himself will fight that last battle when the nations surround Yisrael once more, and then the end. I see a new heaven and new earth without the sea!
Beloved, betrayal is at the heart of the purpose of God in the Mashiach. Betrayal is the beginning of judgment. And in the purpose of God there will be the love of God toward all people, look at Yeshua. For the secret of iniquity is betrayal. Betrayal of our God and betrayal of men, and there is love in the Mashiach. Without betrayal the purpose of God cannot be accomplished. And despite betrayal God loves all people without partiality, especially the ones He has chosen to the purpose that His love and His mercy would be magnified for all eternity. This is God’s doing and it is marvelous in our eyes!