As the order of the old
creation was not completed, until the woman was brought forth and set in her order; so
also the new creation was not completed, until the female spirit was brought forth and
placed in her order, in Christ, as the second Eve.
1 Therefore, saith the Savior, he
that is least in the kingdom of heaven, which is now established, both in heaven and on
earth, is greater than was John the Baptist in his day. For the day of childlike obedience
had not come, which was to fit and prepare the soul for that kingdom. Although it was
spoken of, and many things alluding thereto, during my first appearance, which carried the
idea, that the kingdom was really revealed and established upon earth, and the power of
full and final remission of sins given;
2 But this was not the case, in its
fullness, anymore than the order of the old creation was completed when the first man Adam
was created. Although much was done by the Lord, the Creator of all things, before the
woman was created, that seemed good in his sight, which He saw to be good, yea, very good;
yet all things remained imperfect, until the woman was created.
3 Then the order of natural
generation, among the human species, was completed. And had they remained subject and
obedient to the commands of God their Creator, the earth might have been peopled with a
superior race of beings, imitating the angelic order, in the likeness and image of their
4 But as man, through disobedience
to the commands of God, went forth according to his own natural and carnal inclinations,
and begat his offspring through the power of lust, infused by the serpent, the curse of
God followed, and a race of murderers came forth, which filled the earth with violence and
5 Yet the order of nature was
completed, when the first woman was created and brought forth, and the kingdom of
this world was then commenced, on its proper foundation, (a kingdom which must finally
have an end,) and not until then, was its order completed, although much had been done by
the Creator of all.
6 So in like manner, was the order
of the new creation completed, when the second woman was created anew, and
brought forth, a helper meet for man, and that kingdom was set up which shall never have
an end. And not until then, was the kingdom of heaven revealed in its completed order;
although Christ had appeared, and much had been done, which carried the idea, even among
the most enlightened, that the kingdom was, in reality, fully revealed and established
upon the earth.
7 But this mystery lay concealed in
the bosom of him who alone had become one with the Father. Nor did I reveal it to my near
and dear companions, knowing that the time was far distant; that there would first come a
falling away, and the wicked one be revealed, and set up his kingdom, and the most holy
things be trodden under foot by antichrist.
8 Therefore, it seemed good in the
sight of my Heavenly Father, to reserve the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, until the
last days, until his trumpets should be sounded abroad in the earth, knowing that it would
be like casting precious pearls before greedy and ravenous swine, which would trample them
under their feet, and return and rend whomsoever were the bearers of such heavenly
9 Yet, saith the Lord, sufficient
was spoken by the prophets, and also by the Bridegroom himself, concerning the Daughter
of Zion, the Bride, and concerning the new creation and the new
birth, to give all who read with a discerning heart, an understanding of the
necessity of the new woman, as well as the new man, had it not
been that the Lord decreed it to remain a mystery, until the last trumpet should be
sounded, to reveal to a lost world the full mystery of the kingdom of heaven.
10 And thus hath the Father seen
fit, through his holy Angels, to reveal the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, and spread
them abroad in the earth; that all may know and understand that the kingdom of heaven is
fully established on earth, and the Lord God omnipotent reigneth therein. And he that is
least in the kingdom of heaven, is greater than the greatest of those who have prophesied
of it, and by the revelation of God, saw it afar off.
11 For as I spake while on earth, no
man hath ascended up to heaven, but he that came down from heaven; and all that ever came
before, were thieves and robbers; so say I now; none have ascended into perfect heaven,
but he that came down from heaven; that is, they only who have become partakers of that
spirit which came from the Almighty power, the anointing, which hath descended the second
time, without sin unto salvation.
12 Nay, no other than those who have
become baptized with the baptism of fire, which is a consuming element to the nature of
sin, have ascended or ever will ascend into the heavenly kingdom; for the kingdom of
heaven must be within you; and until the kingdom of this world is consumed within you, how
can ye ascend into heaven?
13 For unless the kingdom of heaven
is within, even if the soul should ascend up to the third heavens, and come to the
dwelling place of the Most High; yet there would be no heaven for the soul that had not
formed the kingdom of heaven within, by becoming like a little child, subject, innocent
and obedient in all things, to those who are appointed by the gift and anointing power of
God, to be parents and shepherds in Israel, to lead and direct his flock.
14 Yea, I say, until this state of
childlike obedience is gained, and it becomes the meat and drink of the soul to do the
will of God, made known by his agents and anointed Ones, there can be no real abiding
heaven in the soul. Then why marvel ye that I say none have ascended into heaven, until
the day of my second coming; for the true order of the kingdom of heaven was never
revealed until then.
15 Although souls were made
comfortable in hope, and walked in the light of my first coming, and rejoiced in the
anticipation of the day which was to come, wherein the fullness of the Deity should be
revealed by and through the female; Yet, until then, there was never a soul born of the
Spirit and the Bride; therefore was the complete kingdom of heaven unknown to them.
16 Marvel not at this, neither let
it become a stumbling block and a rock of offense to you; for ye cannot alter the purposes
of God, although ye may suffer your way to be hedged up, insomuch that ye stumble to rise
no more; yet the purposes of God remain unmoved, and the foundations of heaven unshaken:
for God hath purposed from the beginning, a humiliating work, to prepare the souls of the
children of men to become acceptable unto Him.
17 And until they become abased in
their own eyes, and humbled in the dust, in the presence of God, in the order of his
appointment, they can in no wise be enabled to fulfill his purposes, which are to honor
and glorify Him, and Him alone; having no selfish views mingled therewith, but purely to
honor and glorify God in all their goings forth. And he that seeketh to become exalted,
him God will surely abase; but the humble and obedient he will surely exalt in due time;
for God is just and equal in all his ways and dealings with mankind.
18 Again, saith the Son of God, hear
ye, and understand my words; for I am the holy Savior of man, and my love is unbounded to
all souls; yet truth must stand and bear rule, and souls must abide by it: for the truth
and the truth only, will set souls at liberty; and they who are freed by the truth, are
free indeed, and no other freedom is there for the soul.
19 Much, very much has been spoken
by those who profess to have been set at liberty, concerning the freedom of the gospel,
and the liberty of the soul. Truly saith the Lord, where the spirit of Christ is, there is
liberty; and this is the liberty which follows the spirit of Christ.
20 Whenever my spirit finds access
into the hearts of the children of men, they feel the necessity of removing the sins of
the world, that the soul may be set at liberty and be freed from the bondage thereof. Sin
becomes exceeding sinful in their sight, and the soul is awakened to a lively sense of the
necessity of becoming righteous: and thus far doth my spirit work for the liberty of the
21 But when the spirit of the world
cometh to lull and pacify the awakened conscience, and induce it to rest easy beneath the
weight of sin, saying, "Only believe and all will be well;" if the soul hearkens
to this, then the spirit and seed of my planting becomes choked, and the soul is left to
settle down into a lifeless form, and becomes two fold more the servant of sin, than
before my spirit began to strive with it.
22 And thus have blind souls been
leaders of the blind, and labored with zeal to pacify those who have been aroused to a
lively sense of their loss from God, and the necessity of a deeper work, to fit and
prepare them to meet Him in peace.
23 How oft, saith the Savior, have I
heard those who profess to be ministers of the gospel of freedom, striving to pacify those
with whom my spirit had been striving for the deliverance of their poor and needy souls;
yea, souls that had cried to me in sincerity, that I would in mercy open some way of
deliverance, that they might become acceptable in my sight: and ere the work of
deliverance was wrought in them, their souls were pacified into a blind hope that they
might be saved, and set at liberty, while the sins of the world remained hid and concealed
in their bosoms.
24 Therefore, saith the Lord, I do
pronounce a heavy woe, yea woe upon woe, upon those who strive to lull the consciences of
those who become convicted of sin. For where the spirit of the Lord is there is liberty;
and the moment my spirit enters the heart, the soul at once begins to struggle for liberty
and life; and could my spirit have its perfect work, unmolested, it would always lead
souls to the new birth, that they might be born into my kingdom of peace and
25 But alas! alas! Saith the Savior,
how many untimely births have been caused by those who sought to stifle the conviction of
the soul that was struggling, under the influence of my spirit, to be set at liberty! How
greatly do ye err in these things, not knowing the scriptures!
26 Ye set light for darkness, and
darkness for light; freedom for bondage, and bondage for freedom. Ye consider not that I
the Lord and Savior, came to set souls at liberty from beneath the yoke of sin and death;
ye consider not that I the Lord, came to save souls from their sins, by taking away the
sins of the world, and not to sanctify them in their sins and abominations in my sight.
27 Be it known unto all nations,
kindreds and tongues, that I have come as a refiner and purifier of silver; and with the
fire of the gospel I will try every son and daughter of Adam's race, that cometh unto me;
for I have come to purify and cleanse as with refiner's fire, and fuller's soap; and no
one shall escape the purifying of their own souls, by the fire of my coming, even from the
king upon the throne to the beggar upon the dung hill, who ever shall become acceptable
28 For I am Lord of lords and King
of kings; and unto me shall every knee bow, and unto me shall every tongue confess the
abominations which lie concealed within their own bosoms, let their name, fame or wealth
be what it may.
29 I am the light of the world; and
before my judgment seat, in my witnesses, shall every soul bring their deeds, and be
judged according to the deeds done in the body, whether they be good or whether they be
evil; for souls cannot bring their deeds to the light, unless they themselves come to the
30 And as I spake to my disciples,
while on earth, saying, Ye are the light of the world, a city set on a hill which cannot
be hid: So say I now, in my second coming, wherein I have come to judge the world in
righteousness, and purify her inhabitants.
31 Those who are separated from the
world, in my name, and in the name of the beloved Queen of Zion, and have purified their
hands and hearts, by confession and true repentance, and have come into my family, my one
family, where all things are common, and no one can say that aught which he possesses is
his own, they are my witnesses.
32 Yea, where hundreds of souls can
dwell together in brotherly love, as brethren and sisters of one family, influenced by no
other love but that which is pure, daily crucifying the flesh, with its affections and
lusts, to obtain that pure union of the spirit which belongs to the family of Christ;
such, and such only, are my witnesses, and heirs of my heavenly kingdom.
33 And these do I proclaim aloud, to
be the light of the world, a city set upon a hill which cannot be hid; and unto this light
shall every soul come, and bow their spirits, and with their own tongues confess the deeds
done in the body, whether they be many or few, great or small: to this light, where my
judgment seat is placed, shall they be brought for judgment.
34 And he that confesseth and
forsaketh his sins, shall find mercy and forgiveness; but he that covereth his sins shall
not prosper; for the mouth of the Lord hath spoken it.
35 And thus have I come in the
latter day, to judge the earth, and purify the people; for my tabernacle is with men, and
in the keeping of the children of men. And my judgment seat is placed in my witnesses, who
are the light of the world, a city set on high, which cannot any longer remain hid; but
her light must shine abroad, in due time, even to the uttermost parts of the earth, and
nations and kindreds shall flow unto her.