Wednesday, 9 December 2009

The Main Issue

This will be glad tidings for some and not for others. However, it was ordained to be shared with you this December.


Islam claim that the Prophet of Islam is the prophet that God promised to Moses.

Islam/Muslims are not aware of the full criteria and timeline for the prophet promised by God to Moses. As such all Muslims globally have been deceived by the Islamic religious leaders.

1. The criterion that the Muslims miss is that Moses asked for the blessing to be bestowed upon a descendent of Joseph. In other words they would come from the House of Joseph. The prophet of Islam did not come from the House of Joseph.

2. The scriptures dictate that the prophet would be summoned to prophethood directly by God. The prophet of Islam was summoned by Archangel Gabriel.

3. The prophet begins their mission in their 40's this is correct. The one was summoned by God and their work began with God at the age of 48 exactly as Jesus Christ predicted that their work would begin with God. It was after the work began with God in 2002 and the Harmonic Concordance in 2003 that this vessel was summoned to prophethood.

The scriptures also state that the work for God will end when they are 72 years old. The prophet of Islam died before the age stipulated by Jesus Christ in the scriptures.

4. The name of the prophet of Islam did not have the name mentioned in the scriptures.

Most biblical scholars are aware that Eliakim is a biblical name and it means ‘God will raise up”. The biblical characters of Eliakim in the Old Testament were men. When God said to Moses that he would raise up a prophet like him. He was in fact giving the name of the prophet to come.


The Jewish encyclopedia provide us with this quote: “This designation occurs also in the feminine form (= "caretaker"), used of Abishag (I Kings i. 2, 4), and it is met with on a Phoenician inscription ("The Soken of the New City": "C. I. S." I. i. 5; Hastings, "Dict. Bible," p. 685b)”

Eliakim is also mentioned in Rev 3:7 These are the words of him who is holy and true, who holds the key of David. What he opens no one can shut, and what he shuts no one can open. Prophet Isaiah also wrote “I will clothe him with your robe and fasten your sash around him and hand your authority over to him. He will be a father to those who live in Jerusalem and to the house of Judah. I will place on his shoulder the key to the house of David; what he opens no one can shut, and what he shuts no one can open. I will drive him like a peg into a firm place; he will be a seat (throne) of honor for the house of his father. Isaiah 22:21-23

The Book of Revelation aligns with the words of Prophet Isaiah; in the passage on the Church of Philadelphia it mentions again the one that holds the Key of David. Many Christians believe that this passage is in reference to the Church of Philadelphia. However, we propose that the message left by the writer of the Revelation unfolds to reveal information about Eliakim. In fact, the message inscribed in the pages of the book of Revelation hold messages for the one that was to come. “These are the words of him who is holy and true, who holds the key of David. What he opens no one can shut, and what he shuts no one can open. I know your deeds. See, I have placed before you an open door that no one can shut. I know that you have little strength, yet you have kept my word and have not denied my name.”


God promised Moses that he would raise up a prophet like him for his people. Some scholars write that Joshua was the prophet but the Torah is clear that “Never did there arise in Israel a prophet like Moses-whom the Lord singled out, face to face.”Deu:34:10 "And the Lord said onto me, they have well spoken that which they have spoken, I will raise them up a prophet from among their brethren, like unto thee, and will put my words in his mouth; and he shall speak unto them all that I shall command him." Deut: 18:17-18 The gospel writers wrote that Jesus was the prophet that God raised up. However, the name of Jesus does not mean ‘God will raise up” and Eliakim does mean “God will raise up”. Nor does the name Muhammad mean ‘God will raise up”.

Greek Strongs #1662: eliakeim Eliakeim, Eliakim = "raising up by God"
Hebrew Strongs #0471: Myqyla 'Elyaqiym' Eliakim = "God raises" or "God sets up"

ELI is from the Hebrew, meaning ASCEND and UPLIFTED, it is also a short form of the name ELIYAHU, from the Hebrew, meaning THE LORD IS MY GOD. In the bible ELI was a High Priest and the last of the judges. In Hebrew ELI is spelt Ayin Lamed Yud. Ayin means Eye or Fountain. Lamed means to learn/to teach and in the ancient pictographs it is a shepherds staff that is used to steer the sheep through the narrow gate. It was also used to defend the sheep from predators. The Yud is the hand of God and in the prophets right hand is written who they are. In other words it is written in the flesh of their right hand as predicted in the scriptures.

5. There is a picture of ELIAKIM in the Vatican and she is female and she is also mentioned specifically in Rev.12 and Micah 4.

There is an immense amount of information and as God said when he asked me to go to see the Rabbi"You have a copious amount of information"

Glory be to God

LOL This is post 337 in 2009 and in Hebrew gematria 337 = God said.....

It is also post 9 in December, 9 = Completion and divine love.

You couldn't plan it if you tried. Divine plan indeed.....

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