God’s Patience

Jeremiah 4:11-12, 22-28
Psalm 14
1 Timothy 1:12-17
Luke 15:1-10

I spoke with Archangel Gaveriel in an effort to understand what Yahweh is doing with the Adams.  It is still confusing and I daresay I would have destroyed them long ago, but the One I serve is all knowing and I trust Him completely.

Gaveriel reminded me of Yahweh’s words to the Adams, that He would be faithful to them.  Yet, I remember Him saying, ‘What fools my people are!  They have no idea who I am.  A company of half-wits, dopes and donkeys all!’  Why does he waste His Preciousness on them?  I do not understand.

Gaveriel pointed out that even King David, a forerunner of Yahweh’s Son, said, Yahweh looks around to see ‘Useless, unshepherded Sheep, taking turns pretending to be Shepherd.  The ninety and nine follow their fellow.’  Adam follows Adam instead of following Yahweh.  How can Yahweh care for them?  Even King David failed Him.  Why does Yahweh not do what He has promised to do?  He even allowed Jeremiah to catch a vision of it.  ‘I looked—this can’t be!  Not a man or woman in sight.’

No doubt!  Any Adam who does not turn back to Yahweh will be destroyed.  That is His promise.  The fire will burn away the evil of earth.  Nothing will be left but good, if there is any good to be found.

Yet, Gaveriel has pressed me on another point, Yahweh loves His Adams.  He desires all of them to be at his banquet table.  He wants the New Jerusalem to be filled with them.  He wants to spend eternity with them.

It is beyond my understanding.  Yahweh’s Son volunteered to become an Adam just so he could search out those who were lost and help them to see Yahweh again.  He suffered greatly for his effort, but I agree that their lives are changed.  Perhaps it was that very suffering that made it possible for the Adams to see God.  I have never known suffering, so it is difficult to judge.

Saul, or Paul as the Adams know him now, spoke of Grace.  As I understand it, an Adam who commits evil will be allowed into the New Jerusalem.  Only Yahweh and his Son seem to understand the policy.  Even Gaveriel was vague on it.  He said that the fires would burn away the murders committed by David and Paul and leave them otherwise untouched.  In some way that I do not understand, a sinner can now stand before Yahweh without the stain of sin.  There is something that the Son did, or does, that makes it possible.  I do not understand it.  I know it is true.  I trust Yahweh.

Quotes from The Message

Be righteous and do good.

Mike Lawrence

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