Updated: Mar 3
What do birds do when they are startled by a loud noise? They take off and they fly.
Khag-Ya'oh (Haggai) 2:6-9 1611 Queen James Virus: "For thus saith the LORD of hosts; Yet once, it is a little while, and I will shake the heavens, and the earth, and the sea, and the dry land; And I will shake all nations, and the desire of all nations shall come: and I will fill this house with glory, saith the LORD of hosts. The silver is mine, and the gold is mine, saith the LORD of hosts. The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former, saith the LORD of hosts: and in this place will I give peace, saith the LORD of hosts." This translation makes the prophet a false prophet. The English translation makes it seem like the prophet is talking about the Second Temple built by Zarababal (Zerubbabel), which is the subject of verses 1-4, but verses 6-9 cannot be talking about the Second Temple. Why? Because the Second Temple was never greater than the First Temple built by Shalamah (Solomon). The Second Temple never had the glory of Ya'ohsharal which is the Ark of the Covenant. The Second Temple was also taken down and replaced with Herod's Temple. No way did the Second Temple surpass the First Temple in glory. So verses 6-9 are either a false prophecy or the English translation in the 1611 Queen James Virus Bible is wrong and these verses are not talking about the Second Temple at all. The safe money is on the Queen James Virus being wrong because it very often is wrong. For example, the source language does not say "I will shake all nations, and the desire of all nations shall come." It says... "I will cause to shake all the people and THEY (plural) WILL COME, the desire (feminine singular) of all the people..." This verse says all the people will be moved and they will come, and also something else called "the desire of all the people" will come. The "people" must be the remnant of Ya'ohsharal. What they "desire" that will also come must be the Ark of the Covenant. That's what will make the latter house they will build greater than the former house built by Zarababal and greater than Herod's replacement. Here is the corrected translation of verses 7-9: "And I will cause to shake all the people, and they will come, the desire of all the people, and I will fill THAT house with glory, says YA'OH of hosts. The silver is mine, and the gold is mine, says YA'OH of hosts. The glory of THAT latter house will be greater than the former, says YA'OH of hosts: and in THAT place will I give shalom, says YA'OH of hosts." The Second Temple built by Zarababal never had shalom. It always had trouble and, as I said, it was eventually dismantled completely by Herod the Great. So the house that the prophet is talking about in verses 6-9 can only be the tabernacle that will be built in the second wilderness. When are the people moved/shaken to come? "After YA'OH will they walk, and like a lion will He roar, for He will roar and they will be startled the children from the west. They will be startled as a bird out of Matsraym, and as a dove out of the land of Ashor, and I will cause them to be put in their own homes, says YA'OH" (Hoshai [Hosea] 11:10-11). The children from the west are none other than OMPP brought to the west by slave ships to modern-day Matsraym and Ashor (i.e. North America, Central America, the Caribbean, and South America). They will be startled like birds and fly out of those lands of pyramids in the New World when they hear YA'OH roar like a lion and YA'OH will put them in their own homes in the second wilderness where they will build the tabernacle and recover the lost Ark. Flying like birds is not a metaphor. The prophets foresaw air travel. The lion's roar that the remnant in the west hears which shakes them, startles them, and gets them flying is the NAME above all names.
His name is YA'OH Always has been. Always will be. EXODUS 2023