Tuesday, June 29, 2010

You could live with the 'week' as a liturgical sequence.

You could live with the 'week' as a liturgical sequence. We are no longer 'under' the moon for scheduling, it's the New Creation. Nor even the sun, in an already-not yet way. It's a timing thing. How your time is scheduled determines who you are.

Secondly, were one to say, 'It's not WotansTag/Wednesday, it's EphesusBmoY,' people would ask questions, especially were one to act as God commands. 1 Peter 3:15.

Consider that the churches in Revelation have symbols that point to specific eras in the Bible.

Ephesus, Garden
Smyrna, Prison (Abram to Moses)
Pergamos, Wilderness
Thyatira, Kingdom (David to Elijah?)
Sardis, Judgment and Exile
Philadelphia, World Witness
Laodiciea, Apostasy in Jesus' Day

[The Trumpets are a letter to the whole, or 'kol'].

So, retuning the retuned from Rev. 5:12-7:12, where the Ascension is shown, since there are two more Great Days, Pentecost and A. D. 70, we can get something such as

Kol (includes Laodicea and ...)

As we move through these days, we move through these eras, in an order of worship.

That's how we know how to act, we apply the principles and lessons of those times. Thus:

The Symphony of Peace trains us for.... Here is how it seems to me: You can't get away from 'em, you have to manage 'em. That is, we are constantly being confronted with Initiations that are in the form of a 'universe,' and our Response, must be psalmodic, that is, it must find the spirit of the Initiation, and apply it to other situations, as in Psalm 1:1. The I and the R make an IR, or 'city' in Hebrew. This is the key to the question of 'The Law' in post-Resurrection life. We are confronted with the whole Bible (and history). It is composed. We must respond, as adults, and compose that over which God has given us stewardship. Love in King Jesus, Chuck PS: The Symphony of Peace (History) aka School of Prophets trains us for this.

We are adults now. Amos 3:7. Under Him, we are responsible.

Love in King Jesus,


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