Seven Spirits of Revelation: Seven Other Spirits More Wicked: Worse
Seven Spirits of God (Law) in Revelation?seven lamps of fire burning: seven horns: seven eyes?
"the seven", of an arnion Lamb, seven other spirits more wicked,
re-turn with unclean spirit to make last [state] of that man worse:
a prophecy of Son of man: Lord also of the Sabbath made for man.
The Problem: Sacrifice = Sin Consciousness Not Purged.
Result: awful lawful God becomes was, but is not, yet is.
Holy Kiss: Greeting: Grace unto you, and peace,
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.
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Seven Spirits of Revelation? Seven Spirits of God (Law)?
seven lamps of fire burning before the throne? seven horns? seven eyes? of vengeful arnion Lamb slain?Seven Spirits, "the seven", are the "seven other spirits more wicked"
John to the seven churches which are in Asia: Grace [be] unto you, and peace,
from him which is, and which was, and which is to come; and from the seven Spirits which are before his throne
And unto the angel of the church in Sardis write; These things saith he that hath the seven Spirits of God,
and the seven stars; I know thy works, that thou hast a name that thou livest, and art dead.
And out of the throne proceeded lightnings and thunderings and voices:
and [there were] seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God.
And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb
as it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth.
returned with the unclean spirit due to sin consciousness not purged.
Unpurged conscience is by another law, instead of grace void of law. Blood shed (sacrifice) only purges "almost all things", not all: Heb 9.
Sacrifice (blood shed), which true God will not have, is "by the law".
It is evident that in the sight of God no man is justified "by the law".
God said let us make child/man. Godly man puts away childish laws.
Christ (the end of law) is the head of every child/man, not child-ren.
Matthew 12:43-45 (Luke 11:24-26)When the unclean spirit is gone out of a man, he walketh through dry places, seeking rest, and findeth none. Then he saith, I will return into my house from whence I came out; and when he is come, he findeth [it] empty, swept, and garnished. Then goeth he, and taketh with himself seven other spirits more wicked than himself, and they enter in and dwell there: and the last [state] of that man is worse than the first. Even so shall it be also unto this wicked generation.
(by Son of man: Lord also of the Sabbath made for man can have a last state worse if double-minded)
(note: that man in James 1 is double-minded: unstable if he doesn't put away law to be rid of sin consciousness)
(note: the first allegorically refers to "the first" law, and the last refers to "the second" law in Matthew 22:36-40)
To begin our discussion of seven Spirits of God thrice mentioned in Revelation, let's first consider Paul is the Author of Revelation, not John; For John is still a kNOW not servant in Revelation 1:1, to whom it's sent. Paul sign-ifies Revelation with his token (ticket to higher heaven) in every epistle, including Revelation. Revelation is hand signed by Paul, also mentioned thrice in Pauline Epistles. As such Revelation is allegorically seven things:
- an epistle of Paul having his hand signed token at the end as the end to endure unto to be saved
- an allegorical final exam of the Bible, as if a 'test' of endurance called "holiness with sobriety"
- a maze of smoke and mirrors and allegoric sevens, as if navigating through the best of spam
- a Sabbath made for double-minded man to have a last state worse via Son of man as "Lord also"
- law prophecy that's designed to fail by not being sealed, as if wrath to come not appointed to us
- a Pauline spoof on John, by Paul, for John turning back to law like a dog to his own vomit
- a spoof on Peter (called Satan) who got chained in jail for a thousand year day called Easter
A discussion of seven Spirits, also found in commentary on a perverted greeting: Revelation 1:4-6, notes the greeting begins with the first part of Paul's holy kiss greeting (Grace unto you, and peace), but then gets johnny law dog perverted, as if John's greeting is from the unclean spirit removed who is returning with seven other spirits more wicked. The result in both Matthew 12: 43-45 and Luke 11: 24-26 is the last state of that man (double-minded) worse (twofold more the child of hell). If last state were better it would child/man. For then it would be the blessedness of man: better blessed the man to whom the Lord will not impute sin; and no fear of having a last state worse. Christ is the head of every child/man. The moral of such is sin (law) no more, lest your last state: man of child/man be worse instead of better. Also learn to recognize a fraud masquerading it's perverted grace and false peace unto you, such as in the greeting in Revelation 1:4 from him which is, and was, and which is to come and from seven Spirits which are before his throne; As if there's Grace and peace from such law law. Not. For grace that is not merciful is also not peaceful, thereby not from true God. For God is not [the author] of confusion (unrest), but of peace (rest). Pure wisdom from God above is first peaceable of seven things His Grace is in James 3:17:
1. Peace-able (not false peace followed by sudden destruction)
2. Gentle (upbraideth not, not a sharp twoedged sword bites and smites )
3. Easy to be intreated (not hard to swallow nor bitter when swallowed)
4. Full of mercy (merciful = perfect = no sacrifice at all) - midst
5. Full of good fruits (Galatians 5, against such there is no law)
6. Without partiality (no respect of persons with God, nor with Son of God)
7. Without hypocrisy (no leaven, since a little leaven leaveneth the whole lump)
Many will say the seven Spirits in Revelation are the seven things mentioned in Isaiah 11:2; But1. Another Law (Concupiscence)
they say it as if it's a good (Godly) thing, not knowing the day of the LORD (LAW) is darkness:
1. the spirit of the LORD
2. the spirit of wisdom
3. and understanding
4. the spirit of counsel (purpose driven) - midst
5. and might
6. the spirit of knowledge
7. and of the fear of the LORD
Seven Spirits, if from Isaiah 11:2, have a "fear" ending, and "fear hath torment" is not peaceful. So let us learn God [is] a Spirit, one, not seven Spirits. Seven Spirits speak of last state of man being worse, not better; So of law, not grace. Law worketh wrath, not mercy. God hath not appointed us to wrath (law). Wrath produces fear. God hath not given us the spirit of fear, but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. So let us learn the common element in seven Spirits is Law, and another law is even more wicked, especially when man of child/man, for then it's greater damnation by being double-minded, which gives place to the resurrection of damnation:
2. Law of the Spirit (Spirit of Error)
3. Second Law (is like unto the first)
4. Law of God (which God of two) - midst
5. Royal Law (as if Royal "Dung")
6. Law of Liberty (Liberty to sin & die)
7. Perfect Law of Liberty (extinction)
seven Spirits? seven Spirits in Revelation? seven Spirits of God?The seven Spirits in Revelation are mentioned four times, like four horses (Daniel night mares) are mentioned; And as the rider on the last night mare is named: "death", the fourth mention of seven Spirits in Revelation 5:6 notably has the mention of a Lamb "slain". But the Lamb in Revelation is not the 'amnos' Lamb of God which taketh the sin of the world in John 1:29; Rather an 'arnion' Lamb (not of God) who bites angels and smites nations with a sharp twoedged swordy mouth. It is not the word of God. The word of God is sharper than any twoedged sword in Hebrews 4:12; And because in Psalms 149 a twoedged sword executes vengeance, punishments, chains, and fetters of such rod of iron rule of law, and in Proverbs 5 a sharp twoedged sword is the bitter end of whoring with a strange woman whose feet go down to death and her steps take hold on hell.
Also revealed about the fourth is what follows the named rider on the fourth night mare is hell. Such rings a hell bell in Matthew 23 wherein what's made is one proselyte. Such is twofold more the child of hell than those who sit in Moses's seat, whose house is left:
1. scribes and Pharisees
3. blind guides
4. fools (return to their folly: law) - midst
5. whited sepulchres
The common element in these is Law.
An interesting thing about being made a proselyte is twofold more the child of hell is that Nicolas, the seventh of seven chosen to serve tables (by a multitude of disciples following the new twelve) is a proselyte of Antioch: Acts 6:
1. Stephen, full of faith and of the Holy Ghost (first martyr)
7. Nicolas, a proselyte (twofold more the child of hell) of Antioch
There's nothing else mentioned about these other than about martyr Stephen and evangelist Philip. When "the seven" are listed, it's interesting that information is only given about the first and last, the first being full of it via the Holy Ghost, the last being a proselyte: twofold more the child of hell. So if a little leaven leaveneth the whole, Holy Ghost driven to martyr-dumb Stephen and hellish proselyte Nicolas effectively do this by allegorically sandwiching five others with law first and last. In comparison and contrast Paul The Apostle sandwiches his epistles with grace first and last.
Many might say good, the Lamb was slain (killed, slaughtered, butchered) for our ransom. But I say perhaps they haven't read, or didn't comprehend, "if one died for all, then were all dead". All dead is extinction. So pure religion paid a "visit", not a ransom, for ransom gives place to extortion; But exhortation gives place to up lifting unto understanding, not misunderstanding. Not to mention the will of God that JC came to do (Lo, I come to do thy will O God; thy will be done, on earth as in heaven; not my will but thy will be done) was: "I will have mercy, and not sacrifice", which is all mercy and no sacrifice at all, not both mercy + sacrifice, for such would be an oxy-moron with a bad ending. Contrary things cannot coexist in peace. He is our peace, who hath abolished the law, thereby abolished sacrifice which is notably "by the law".
Let's look at "seven Spirits" in Revelation, notably mentioned four times, but only of God thrice; And see what allegory clues are revealed:
I. Revelation 1:4 "John to the seven churches which are in Asia: Grace unto you, and peace, from him which is, and which was, and which is to come; and from the seven Spirits which are before his throne"
II. Revelation 3:1 "And unto the angel of the church in Sardis write; These things saith he that hath the seven Spirits of God, and the seven stars;"
III. Revelation 4:5 "And out of the throne proceeded lightnings and thunderings and voices: and seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God."
IV. Revelation 5:6 "And I beheld, and, lo, in the midst of the throne and of the four beasts, and in the midst of the elders, stood a Lamb as it had been slain, having seven horns and seven eyes, which are the seven Spirits of God sent forth into all the earth."
Allegory clues about the seven Spirits:
- they are before his (him which is, and which was, and which is to come) throne
- one like (vengeful) Son of man (should repent) has the seven Spirits
- they proceed out of the throne (of Law) and are called seven Spirits (plural) of God
- they are seven lamps of fire burning before the throne
- they are seven horns of a slain Lamb
- they are seven eyes of a slain Lamb
Clues are given about seven Spirits of God (alias Law); For when it comes to Grace God, to the King (of Kings), the Lord (of Lords), the Holy (of Holies), to "God [is] a Spirit"(one), to being joined unto the Lord, to unity, etc, there is "one Spirit": 1Corinthians 6:17; 12:13; Ephesians 2:18; 4:4; Philippians 1:2. No compromise is made with law law. Christ "abolished" the law from his flesh (as if dung): Ephesians 2:15, and to the point of "blotting out" such ordinances: Colossians 2. Every law written in stone and ink is to be "done away": 2Corinthians 3, and to the point of what's old and faulty, even ready to vanish: Hebrews 8, shall vanish: 1Corinthians 13. For "God [is] a Spirit" (not Spirits), the sort of Spirit which cannot lie nor die; Incorruptible: can't even be tempted, so of foolish/wise, the wise sort, and of earthy/heavenly wisdoms the heavenly sort. Of this/that "the Lord" is now (of then/now) "that Spirit", one Spirit having many aspects. So of law/grace compared as lie/truth in John 1:17, the Spirit of grace is also the Spirit of truth in such things are an allegory.
Clues: Seven lamps of fire burning takes us to Exodus where Moses did light seven lamps of fire before the LORD. The point: law will burn you. Seven horns takes us to Joshua 6 and Jericho walls falling flat, where seven priests did blow seven horns. Seven eyes takes us to Zachariah 3 where upon one stone seven eyes. And he like unto the Son of man takes us to Ezekiel (where Son of man is pretty much against everyone), and to Matthew 25 (where Son of man is divisional), and to Luke 17 (where Son of man plans destruction for them all), and even to the non eternal Sabbath made for man (Son of Man is Lord also of this Sabbath). A Lamb slain takes us to Revelation 13 LAW<--Law and the foundation of the world of Law is all vanity and vexation of Spirit.
First mention of seven spirits collectively in the Bible is in Isaiah 11:2 which begins with the spirit of the LORD (the day of the LORD is darkness and not light: Amos 5:18) and ends with spirit of "fear" of the LORD; a bad ending since fear hath torment. And such fear, which is of the LORD, is only the "beginning" (not the end) of knowledge and wisdom. So it's law, not grace, which is to say darkness, not light. And when it comes to God is love, perfect love, then fear is cast out, by casting out the source of fear, which is law.
Such brings us to seven (other) spirits, mentioned as being "more wicked" in Matthew 12:45 and Luke 11:26. For if the unclean spirit, the spirit of fear (of death) is cast out of a body, but not the source of death: law (both source and strength of sin having a deadly sting: 1Corinthians 15:56), then such sin consciousness (knowledge of sin is by the law) not purged gives place for the unclean spirit to return again, along with seven other spirits more wicked. Perhaps such is the reason fear is now said to be epidemic among man kind, whose last state is worse, not better; And due to lawing himself to death, after being tormented all his life, by fear of death. Law is the root of all such. So law is the problem, not the solution. Law is both good and evil, which is a last state worse.
Such latter state being worse happens when a body cleansed, demonic fear cast out, but the body is not purged of sin (as pertaining to the conscience) which law and sacrifices cannot do (cannot totally purge the conscience of sin), as told us in Hebrews 9 & 10, which also speaks of taking away the first: law, in order to establish the second: grace; for until the testator is dead, it hath no force, kinda like a will stuck in probate is of no force until it is probated and testator is proven dead.
Such is the case of law law in Romans 8:2, where the second of such beasts gives place to the first, kinda like more the child of hell gives place to the child of hell in Matthew 23; and then the state of man is worse, not better. For the better sort of two laws is in "Christ Jesus", which is mirrorly the reverse of "Jesus Christ" (the only foundation laid to build on); Which is as bwd as LAW<--Law, which gives place to "the law of sin and death", not to mention it gives place to Rule of Law, and to "Law worketh Wrath". "God hath not appointed us unto (law worketh) wrath": 1Thessalonians 5:9. So let's not go there, to saying Peace and safety in law (worketh wrath), for what follows such non sense is sudden destruction, and notably the "not escape" sort of destruction: 1Thessalonians 5:3.
Rule of Law? Law worketh Wrath!
Law (Wrath) is Destructive; Not Constructive!
As evidence, we've seen the result of bwd safe<--safer talk of G.W. Bush, the result of imposition of his rod of iron 'rule of law'. Law causes confusion and chaos, not Peace and safety. Examples:
POPE John-Paul II:
- "the long tradition of sacrifice must continue in the third millennium" (Quote: Pope John Paul II: 1999).
Wrong on both counts. Sacrifice is what God will not have, and the third day is not millennial. So what followed his popish saying was a decade of nasty weather, 9/11, another war, and the death of John-Paul II, as if hell is what follows the death rider on the fourth night mare in Revelation, as if black Sabbath made for man who can have a last state worse.
POTUS George Bush Jr:
- "there shall be sacrifice" (Quote: President G.W. Bush II: 9/11)
What followed this was another war, a BIG WAVE from LAW worketh WRATH called a Tsunami in SE Asia, hurricanes x4 in Floridah, typhoons x4 in Japan, a devastating earthquake in Haiti, an air traffic stopping volcano in Iceland, floods galore in diverse places, worse flooding in Pakistan.
- while visiting Canada, which was trying to be neutral, friendly, and grace us to the world, the queen mentioned 'rule of law'. The next day she was in the dark in a Horeb-bull heat wave; And Canada now has dreadful weather to the point of crop failures.
Clarity: such is not said to accuse (John 5:45) nor to condemn (John 3:17; 8:11) any, but rather only to bring more awareness and understanding to the situation, awareness that "we all are one". So it's a global matter. Our goal is not to play a blame game, but rather to play an awareness game.
Lesson: There is no peace nor safety in merciless law worketh wrath, nor any escape for them who say Peace and Safety in law worketh wrath: 1Thessalonians 5:3. So the objective is to leave both of them vs them, to go on unto the perfection of us-ward, which is neither of them vs them. For as in Adam (as in them: Genesis 5) all die. By the using of laws all perish, perish the thought.
Moral: His grace does not compromise with law, not with either of two laws in Romans 8:2. Rather when it comes to law, it gets "abolished" as the "enmity": Ephesian 2, and to the POINT of "blotting out" all "ordinances": Colossians 2. Every law, whether written in stone or ink is to be "done away": 2Corinthians 3, to the POINT of what's old, faulty, "ready to vanish": Hebrews 8, "shall vanish": 1Corinthians 13. There is ample evidence for such in every Pauline epistle, for they all conclude with grace only and no mention of law at all, as does Revelation (written by Paul):
The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.