The first covenant originated from the fall of Adam and Eve and their having
eaten of the tree that contained the knowledge of good and evil. To cover the
shame (sin) of Adam and Eve, God made coats of skins so their nakedness
would be covered. God used the skins of animals that God had sacrificed on
their behalf, see Gen.3:21. The animal (lamb) that God sacrificed to cover the
sins of Adam and Eve was a sign of the Lamb of God that would come to die
for the lost sinner. The blood of Christ would atone for the lost sinner that
their sins may be blotted out (covered) by the sacrifice of himself in the place
of the sinner.

When God made clothing with the skins to cover the nakedness (sin) of Adam
and Eve, an example was presented to them of what God expected as offerings
for their sins. There was a day when Cain brought an offering to God, being of
the fruit of the ground, and Abel brought his offering being a firstling (firstborn)
of his flock of sheep. The Lord had respect unto Abel’s offering, but unto
Cain’s offering the Lord had no respect. Cain was not wise in offering the fruit
of the ground, since the forgiveness of man’s sin was through the atoning blood
of the sacrificial animals which pointed to Christ (Lamb of God) who would
come and be sacrificed to cleanse the sins of the sinner. Therefore, the Lord
could not accept Cain’s offering as stated in Gen.4:3-5.

The reason for the flood in the days of Noah, was because the daughters of
Cain were taken for wives by the sons of Adam (sons of God); thereby the
Sons of Adam brought forth children (seed) that had the mind of Cain, see
Gen.6:1-6. The generation that followed (because the Sons of Adam took
wives of the daughters of Cain)
was a generation that forgot the Lord and
his offerings, therefore it repented the Lord that he had made man on the earth,
see Gen.6:6. The earth was full of wickedness in departing from the Lord’s
ways. God chose Noah to build an ark, and to gather into the ark the animals
and people who would heed unto Noah’s message. The Lord was going to
destroy the earth by a flood of waters, see Gen.7:1-4.

After all life was destroyed upon the earth by a flood,the waters were dried
from the face of the earth. God blessed Noah and his sons and they went
forth from the ark and became fruitful and multiplied, replenishing the earth
with people, see Gen.8:16,17; 9:1.

Noah (being the one God had chosen to establish his covenant, see
upon leaving the ark immediately built an altar unto the Lord,
and offered from every clean beast and every clean fowl, an offering unto
the Lord. The Lord smelled a sweet savour, and God vowed that the earth
would not be destroyed again by a flood of water (see Gen.8:20-22). Noah
having reinstated the sacrificial services which atoned for the sins of man,
pleased God. God then established the covenant with Noah, see Gen.9:11-17.

The Lord called Abraham out of Ur of the Chaldees to make Abraham’s seed
inherit the Promised Land (see Gen.12:1-3,7). God established his covenant
with Abraham, see Gen.17:2-7. Abraham was told to offer up Isaac as a
sacrifice in Gen.22:2. God was testing Abraham’s faith. God stopped the hand
of Abraham (who was about to sacrifice Isaac) and instead of Isaac, God
provided Abraham with a ram to slay upon the altar, see Gen.22:13. The ram
and all sacrifices of clean animals foreshadowed the Son of God (Lamb) who
would come to fulfill the types (shadows) that pertained to the slaying of animals.

The ultimate sacrifice was that God would send his own son (Lamb of God) to
die in the place of the sinner. All the sacrifices pointed unto the Son of God
(Christ), who would take the place of the lost sinner by dying in the sinner’s
place. The covenant was continued through the seed of Abraham, being Isaac
and Jacob. The covenant was continued through Jacob’s twelve sons, being
the seed which the twelve tribes came out of.

The seed (children) of the twelve sons of Jacob became the twelve tribes of
Israel with whom God established his covenant. The twelve tribes of Israel
were to keep the covenant of God, that they may be a peculiar people, see
Ex.19:5,6. The first covenant that required the slaying of sacrificial animals
and sanctuary services, including the keeping of feast days, new moons, and Sabbaths, foreshadowed things to come (in the latter days).

The sacrifices of animals upon the altar of the Lord foreshadowed the sacrifice
of God’s son, being the ultimate sacrifice for mankind. The Christ of 2,000
years ago, came to fulfill the sacrificial law that pointed unto himself since he
was the sacrifice of God that removes the sins from humans, see Jn.1:29. The
covenant that Christ of 2,000 years ago came to fulfill, was the first covenant
which required the sinner to bring a lamb or other sacrificial animal and offer it
as a sacrifice for their sins.

Christ came to gather his elect and then die for the sins of the people as
foreshadowed in the sacrificing of animals. After the death and resurrection
of Christ 2,000 years ago, the first covenant (testament) was fulfilled in
Christ. Since the Kingdom of God was not set up at that time (when all sin
and evil would cease),
a new covenant was established through the atoning
blood of Christ.

Under the new covenant there is no need to bring a lamb or other animals to
offer up for the sinner, as Christ of 2,000 years ago had already fulfilled the
first (old) covenant, see Heb.9:15. In the new covenant, a sinner would pray
to Christ and Christ would then mediate for the sinner before the throne of
God, by applying his atoning blood before God to intercede for those that
are now under the new covenant. It is evident that Christ has died for those
that were sacrificing animals under the first covenant, and thereafter mediated
for those who are under the new covenant.

There was still to be a sacrifice for those under the new covenant, since the
death of Christ 2,000 years ago only covered the sins of those under the first
covenant and was mediating for those under the new (second) covenant.
It is therefore of necessity that the Spirit of Christ be manifested in the flesh in
the latter days, to die again for those who are under the new covenant. The
first covenant required a literal fulfillment of all the Levitical law which John
the Baptist (morning lamb) and Christ (evening lamb) concluded.

The slaying of animals with all the temple services in the first covenant, were
literally performed so the people under the new covenant would understand
their meaning. Those under the new covenant were not to literally fulfill the
rituals of the old covenant providing they understood that Christ had brought
the first covenant to its literal conclusion.

Under the first covenant if a person ate any unclean animal then they were
eating an abomination. Under the new covenant anyone receiving false
knowledge were spiritually eating an abomination (unclean food). The
Levitical food which the people under the first covenant were required to
observe, represented the spiritual clean food contained in the Seven Seals
Scroll. The defiling of the literal sanctuary of the first covenant represents
the people who have a false belief within their spiritual sanctuary (mind).

In Ex.29:38,39, there are two lambs that were sacrificed every day, throughout
generations. The one lamb was sacrificed in the morning, which foreshadowed
the sacrifice of John the Baptist (spirit of Gabriel) for the sins that were
committed under the first covenant. The morning lamb also represented the
latter day Man-child (spirit of Michael) who was killed on April 19th 1993,
for the sins that were committed under the new covenant.

The Lamb of Ex.29:39 that was sacrificed in the evening represents the sacrifice
of Christ (spirit of Michael) who died for the sins committed during the old
testament period. The evening lamb of Ex.29:39, also represents the sacrifice
of the latter day Chosen Vessel, who is to be killed in the spiritual wilderness
for the sins committed in the new testament period.

The morning sacrifice of Ex.29:39 represents the goat which the Lord’s lot fell
on, this goat (Man-child) was slain upon the altar (Fifth Seal, see Rev.6:9)
of sacrifice on the day of atonement, see Lev.16:7-9. The evening lamb of
Ex.29:39 represents the scapegoat (Chosen Vessel) who was taken into the
wilderness, see Lev.16:10,21. The evening and morning sacrifice is also
mentioned in Chr.16:40; 2 Chr.2:4; 13:11; Ps.141:2.

In Ex.17:3, the people that came out of Israel thirsted for water. Moses (type
of the Chosen Vessel)
was told to take his Rod and smite the rock, see
Ex.17:6. The scenario of Moses smiting the rock as God had commanded
him, is the same event recorded in Num.20:8. Moses was told to take his
Rod and speak unto the rock before smiting it, see Ex.17:6. Moses being
obedient unto God’s instruction smote the rock (TWICE), see Num.20:11.
The smiting of the rock TWICE, is symbolical of Christ (spirit of Michael)
having to die twice; once for the sins that were under the first covenant, and
the second time in the latter days (as the Man-child) for the sins under the
new covenant.

Moses sinned in Num.20:10, as Moses and Aaron took the credit for supplying
the waters from the rock, saying, ‘must WE (Moses and Aaron) fetch you
water out of this rock?’ Moses sinned by not giving the glory (credit) to God,
as God was the provider of the water, not Moses and Aaron. Therefore,
because God was not glorified before the faces of the Israelite people (in that
Moses had not included God in the giving of the water),
the Lord did not
allow Moses and Aaron to enter with the people into the Promised Land, see

Nowhere does it state that God was angry with Moses for smiting the rock.
On the contrary, God told Moses to speak to the rock then to smite it, as
mentioned in Ex.17:6. The Rock that was smitten twice represented the
Messiah who would die twice, see 1Cor.10:4. The Rock that Moses smote
twice symbolized the death of Christ 2,000 years ago for the sins committed
under the first (old) covenant and the latter day Lamb (Man-child) who was
killed on April 19th 1993, for the sins of those under the new (second) covenant.

The Apostle Paul states in Heb.9:14, that the offering of Christ’s body (being
a perfect sacrifice and having died and resurrected)
made Christ the
mediator of the new covenant (testament) see Heb.9:15. Christ’s death
cleansed (atoned) the sins (transgressions) that were committed during
the FIRST covenant (testament), being the redeemer of those under the
first covenant. The blood of Christ 2,000 years ago, atoned for the sins of
the people that had sacrificed animals under the first covenant. Christ has
only mediated for those under the new covenant (testament). There are
two covenants: a first (old) and a new (second). There must be two deaths
(sacrifices) according to Heb.9:16. A covenant is of no use if the redeemer
does not die for it, see Heb.9:17.

Christ of 2,000 years ago offered himself to bear the sins of MANY (not all),
as he died for those under the first covenant, see Heb.9:28, ref. to Christ
dying for MANY. The latter day Lamb appeared again, and was sacrificed
for those under the new covenant, as prophesied in Heb.9:28. The latter day
Lamb was manifested according to scripture therefore he was sinless, since
he could only do that which was written of him. The latter day Messiah was to
experience sin, however he is still sinless before God, as it was written by the
Prophets. The Lamb fulfilled the prophecies that were written of himself, see
Ps.40:7,12; 51:4, thereby being obedient and sinless before God.

You would think that starting a premeditated fight using a whip (string of
within the courtyard of God’s sanctuary would be a sinful act of
violence. However, this act committed by Christ 2,000 years ago, was the
fulfillment of the prophetic Word; see Jn.2:15,16,17, and Ps.69:9.

The Christ of 2,000 years ago stated unto his Apostles that he had many
things which he would like to tell them but they could not bare them, see
Jn.16:12. The things that Christ wanted to tell his Apostles, were the things
that related unto his Spirit. Christ’s Spirit was to manifest itself in human
flesh a second time. Christ stated unto his Apostles that he would send the
Spirit of Truth, which would show them the things to come (future).

The events of the future are written from Rev.4:1 through to Rev.22:21 which
reveals the second manifestation of the Lamb in the flesh. The latter day Lamb
revealed the Seven Seals Scroll before the coming of the great and dreadful
day of the Lord. The latter day Lamb is the Elijah Messenger of Mal.4:5. The
Spirit of Truth (Holy Spirit) revealed to the Apostle John the things of the future
as foretold by Christ, see Jn.16:13. The Spirit that Christ spoke of is the same
Spirit of Truth that revealed unto John (the Revelator) the things to come, see
Rev.1:19; 4:1, ref. to the things which shall be hereafter (future of A.D.90).

The ‘hereafter’ were things to come in the FUTURE of A.D.90. A.D.90 was
about the time that the Apostle John received the visions that related to the
end times (our day). From chapter four of Revelation, until the end of chapter
twenty-two, are events recorded by John that concerned the future
manifestation of the latter day Lamb and the Chosen Vessel gathering
the redeemed.

In Rev.12:5 it speaks of a Man-child being born who WAS to rule all nations
with a Rod of Iron (two edge sword). The Man-child is the latter day Lamb
that came to reveal the Seven Seals Scroll in the latter days (our day) who was
killed on April 19th 1993 for the sins that are under the new covenant. The new
covenant began in the days of the Apostles and has continued until now.

This generation (last generation) will see God’s Kingdom (New Jerusalem)
arrive in great majesty and glory. The Man-child of Rev.12:5 was symbolized
by the rock of Num.20:11 that was smitten a second time. The latter day Lamb
had to die for the sins that are under the new covenant (testament).

The last book of the Bible is called the Revelation of Jesus Christ. The
book (scroll) of Revelation will reveal the latter day Messiah (Man-child
of Rev.12:5)
who came with his Seven Seals Scroll and revealed the scroll
unto his Bride (followers), see Rev.22:12; Isa.40:10; Ps.40:3,7. The Seven
Seals Scroll is the Hidden Manna of Rev.2:17, which was Sealed (hidden)
in Rev.5:1. Those that eat of the Hidden Manna will receive the Lamb’s
New Name in their foreheads, see Rev.14:1.

Those who overcome the Abomination (false doctrine of Christendom)
by partaking of the Hidden Manna will have God’s surname written in
their forehead, see Rev.2:17. Christ is represented by the Manna that
came down from heaven, see Jn.6:51,58. The golden pot that contained
the Manna was one of the sacred items hidden inside the ark, see Heb.9:4.

The ark was built in the image of God’s throne. The latter day Lamb (the
Hidden Manna revealed in the latter days),
comes from the midst of the
throne, see Rev.5:6. The revealing of the latter day Messiah is mentioned by
Christ Jesus in Lk.17:30 and Mt.24:28, as well as in the writings of those
who experienced Christ 2,000 years ago. These men were waiting for the
manifestation of the latter day Messiah, see 1Cor.13:12, 1Pet.1:5, and

Christ comes in the latter days with a New Name that only he knows. The
New Name is found in the Word of God, as he is the Word made flesh, see
Rev.19:12,13. The New Name is given to those who overcome the false
doctrine of Christendom, see Rev.2:17. The Lamb comes in the volume of
the book as it is written of him, see Ps.40:7.

The latter day Lamb is revealed to be a sinner, see Ps.40:7,12. Humans will
have no excuses in the judgment, for God has given mankind the perfect
mediator (His Son), who was manifested as one of us (a sinner). God will
be completely clear when he judges, as God understands the sinner by
looking through the eyes of the latter day Lamb. Ask yourself, as a sinner,
could you say this to God? That your sins help God to be justified when
he speaks, and clear when he judges? See Ps.51:4.

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