Message In A Bottle

"Again said Ya'ohshai unto his students: The kingdom of heaven, it is like for a man who finds a treasure which it will be hidden, and in gladness of the value, he will sell everything which he has and he will buy the field for himself" (Mathath-Ya'oh 13:44). The Greek is slightly different, but we don't need to go over the details. What does the parable mean? Does it mean you find a church of Jeebus Crisis somewhere and give the pastor every last dime you have so that your soul goes to heaven after you die? No. The parable is another coded message in a bottle, drifting through the sands of time, and waiting for the generation of awakened OMPP to see the bottle washed up on the seashore and get the message inside. The field is the second wilderness in the far east. The treasure in that field is what you will become, what you will be transformed into, after YA'OH causes you to move and to congregate there. You will become a great and powerful nation, stronger and wealthier than any nation on earth. Real treasure! The man in the parable who realizes the field has hidden treasure in it collectively represents OMPP responding to voice of someone calling out from the second wilderness. They will sell everything in order to obtain the field, because they see how valuable the treasure is. It's worth a gazillion times more than the price of the field. So they are overcome with joy and they get to work raising the money needed to buy the field. But they must not broadcast too loud or the price of the field will skyrocket, or the field will be taken off the market. They need to make sure the field stays on the market and that its value remains cheap so that when they obtain the field their pockets will immediately begin to swell and they will flourish and prosper. Them:

Nah! You just made that up. Show me a "precept" that backs all that up. Me: "They will gladden them, the wilderness and the solitary place; the wilderness plain will rejoice and it shall blossom like the orchid. It shall blossom abundantly, and rejoice even with joy and singing: the glory of Labanon will be given to it, the excellency of Charamal and of Sharon, they will see the glory of YA'OH, the excellency of our Ala'aym" (Yashai-Ya'oh 35:1-2). Orchids are worth a lot of money. They are more expensive than other flowers because of their exotic beauty. If you knew orchids were going to sprout up and blossom abundantly in a patch of wilderness, you'd be stupid not to sell everything you have and buy that worthless field before orchids grew in it. But are we talking about literal orchids and a literal treasure chest buried beneath the ground? No. The orchids in the wilderness and the treasure in the field are one in the same. They are what the one Above All will turn you, His ransomed ones, into when you are in the second wilderness. You are the orchid. You are the hidden treasure. You just need a change of environment and then you will blossom and become the true pearl of the orient, the most expensive stone in the world. "Again the kingdom of heaven is like a certain merchant seeking precious stones. When he finds a good one, he sells all which he has and buys it" (Mathath-Ya'oh 13:44-45). It doesn't make sense for a merchant to go broke for a stone unless the buying merchant knows something about the stone that the seller does not. He must know that the stone is way more valuable than the price that the seller is asking for. He also knows the stone is worth more than all of his possessions combined. That's why he's willing to sell everything he has in order to buy the stone. He's going to make money not lose money! The seller has no idea of the stone's true worth. Only the buyer knows its real value and he's not saying a word until after he buys it. Think that one over for a minute. His name is YA'OH Always has been. Always will be. #EXODUS2023

Message In A Bottle