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Looking Beyond the New Testament Veil

Mercy Loyce

4 Nov 2023

Looking Beyond That Which Is To Be Abolished

Looking Beyond The New Testament Veil


Amen. May the Lord bless you.

We shall, in the scriptures, read in the book of 2nd Corinthians chapter 3 from verse 10:


For even that which was made glorious had no glory in this respect by reason of Glory that excelleth. For if that which is done away was glorious much more that which remaineth is glorious. Seeing then that we have such hope, we use great plainness of speech. And not as Moses which put a veil over his face that the children of Israel could not steadfastly look to the end of that which is abolished. But their minds were blinded for until this day remaineth the same Veil and taken away in the reading of the Old Testament, which veil is done away in Christ.

Amen. Then 1st Corinthians chapter 13 from verse 8:

Charity, never faileth but whether there be prophecies they shall fail, whether there be tongues they shall cease, whether there be knowledge it shall vanish away. For we know in part and we prophesy in part but when that which is perfect is come then that which is in part shall be done away with. When I was a child I spoke as a child I understood as a child, I thought as a child, but when I became a man I put away childish things. But now we see through a glass darkly but then face to face. Now I know in part but then shall I know even I also I am known.


Here are two veils: First, the Old Testament veil, a dark one: a black dark veil, speaking things in dark sayings; as it is clearly stated here, as we have read in 2nd Corinthians chapter 3. The Old Testament was a dark Veil and blinded the eyes of them who received it, that they should not see steadfastly to the end of that which they were called for.

Secondly, the New Testament comes on, though brighter, though clearer, though more glorious, but it had a veil also, which people have never discovered. But now, it has been revealed us, quite scripture upon scripture!

Notice, nobody in the New Testament times knew that the New Testament covenant was also veiled; and that veil was hiding the exact truth from their eyes. It was hidden from them.

We know clearly that the church, and all the Believers in it, did not realize that what they were holding on was a veil that was hiding the truth from their eyes. They never knew, but now, it has been made known unto us because the fullness of time has come, and we are called to go beyond the New Testament.

Yes, the New Testament is also a veil, though not as dark as the Old Testament. If not so, then what about that seventh seal, which when revealed during the New Testament times, remained silent; what of the seven thunders, which when uttered, John was told to seal them, and not even to write anything about it. So clear! The new Testament is veiled! When the seven seals were declared through Branham, the seventh seal was still kept away from him! He was told stop there, never to venture beyond the sixth seal, for he belonged to the church ages, and was limited to that! "Stop there, go no further!" Said the Spirit to Branham.

Now, I don’t know what…I know the next step there, but I don’t know what, how to interpret that. It won’t be long. I’ve got wrote down here, when it happened, if you can see here, “Stop. Go no further than this right here.” I’m not prone to be a fanatic. I’m just telling the Truth.

    63-0324E - The Seventh Seal    Rev. William Marrion Branham

How clear! As Moses, while laying the Old Testament foundation, confessed that there was more beyond him, so did Paul confess while laying the New Testament foundation.

Deuteronomy 29:29 KJV

The secret things belong unto the Lord our God: but those things which are revealed belong unto us and to our children for ever, that we may do all the words of this law.

1 Corinthians 13:12 KJV

For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.

And Daniel, while bringing the Old Testament headstone upon the Old Testament scriptures, confessed in black and white that there was more which was hidden from him, and from the Old Testament eyes, so did Branham confess while bringing the headstone upon the New Testament!

Daniel 12:4,8-9 KJV

But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased. [8] And I heard, but I understood not: then said I, O my Lord, what shall be the end of these things ? [9] And he said, Go thy way, Daniel: for the words are closed up and sealed till the time of the end.

And in Sabino Canyon, He said, “This is the Third Pull.”

300 And there’s three great things that goes with It. And one unfolded today, or, yesterday; the other one unfolded today; and there’s one thing that I cannot interpret, because it’s in an unknown language.

    63-0324E - The Seventh Seal    Rev. William Marrion Branham

133 Remember, the Seven Seals was finished, and when those seven revealed Truths…

134 One of them, He wouldn’t permit us to know. We…How many was here at the Seven Seals, and heard? All of you, I guess. See, the—the Seventh Seal, He wouldn’t permit it.

63-1110M - Souls That Are In Prison Now

Rev. William Marrion Branham

That is so clear! No interpretation is needed! Moses confesses that more was yet to be revealed which was not given him; Daniel confesses the same as he closes the Old Testament. Paul confesses clearly that the much he could then see was through a dark glass, a dark veil, but that more was yet to come, that which is perfect; and similarly, Branham confesses clearly and denies not, that there was a great secret beyond his eyes, beyond the New Testament eyes! No man in his right mind can deny these plain truths. Those who claim that Branham revealed all truth are dishonest and insincere! Branham himself confesses several times that the seventh seal and the thunders were not revealed to him. As late as 1965 August, he was still looking forward to the revelation of the seventh seal in the seven thunders! Then these blind guides puts lies in his mouth claiming that he looked to the end of the seventh seal and preached it. Woe unto them, for they are willfully blind.

16 Now, in doing this, I have come here for the purpose of teaching the last Vials, last Seven Vials, and the last Seven Trumpets, and the last Seven Thunders, of the Book of Revelation,

65-0801M - The God Of This Evil Age

Rev. William Marrion Branham

As Branham was not allowed to speak on the trumpets and vials, so was he not allowed to speak on the seven thunders! Perfect truth in clear view remained beyond him, and thus beyond his church, and that is why they can't see these things. The New Testament veil is hard upon their eyes. Wretched, miserable, blind and naked and don't know it. Why? Religious veil of Gentile Knowledge has covered their eyes.

Perfect truth, in the clear light, is beyond the New Testament era! That seventh seal holds it! Those seven thunders hold the truth in its clearness! We have to press forward toward perfection! It is beyond the New Testament!

Now, Paul says concerning the New Testament, that now we see darkly, through a glass, a veil! When is that? During the New Testament times! The eyes of the New Testament could only see darkly! Which kind of eyes? Eyes like those of children!

Yes, he says, when I was a child I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; and in that, he is comparing the New Testament saints, the New Testament understanding, the New Testament way of seeing, to that of a child; a child yet to become a man! Yet to mature into a man, to have the understanding of a man; yeah, to have the eyes of a mature spiritual man! The furthest the New Testament eyes could see was to see as a child! Thus maturity is beyond the New Testament times!

Then he adds that, when I became a man, I put away childish things. When will the saints put away childish things? That's when perfection comes, that is when mature in the mystery of the kingdom of God, mature in the image of God, having a perfect understanding as God: then will they put away childish things; childish things of the New Testament times which always ends in vain religious societies! What things? Childish things of their religious knowledge! It is a dark glass that can never bring them to perfection, no matter how exercised in it they are, they can never grow to perfection! God has limited it to that extent, and no amount of learning, studying, searching can see beyond that dark glass! Every Gentile religious revival ends up organizing a dead religious society.

That is the veil of the New Testament, a dark glass! What does that dark glass stand for? The religious knowledge of the New Testament that always denies the revelation of Jesus Christ!

The writings of the New Testament, no matter how glorious they are, can never raise the church beyond a religious society! No revival achieved anything higher than that!

The understanding of God in the New Testament is a dark glassy veil! The reality of God in Christ to the New Testament men is seen through a dark glass, a veil!

No new church movement rose beyond that dead veil of religion. As Eve fell from the Word and wrapped herself in fig leaves of Satan's wisdom, so the Old Testament fell from the revelation of Jesus Christ into the dark veil of the law of the knowledge of good and evil; the same thing has happened to every Gentile church. They have ever fallen from the lively revelation of Jesus Christ, as they wrap themselves in the fig leaves of dead religious knowledge of traditions, putting a full stop to further revelation. No Gentile church presently believes in further revelation of the Word. They are all dead to the revelation of the Word of life. All they promote are the fig leaves of dead formalities of religious knowledge.

The dark glass of carnal mind always darkens their eyes to the understanding of a child! It condemns them to that! They are limited to that! Can never rise beyond that religious veil of their so-called Christianity.

Look at it closely. Every New Testament revival that ever came up was condemned back to some religious society of human ethics and traditions. No revival rose beyond that veil. They quickly turn back into a dead, darkly religious organization with a form of godliness, yet denying the life line! She never goes a step higher than a man-made society! She dies back into a social affair, a by-product of men. By their carnal mind, they are condemned to that state to begin with! Why? Why this scam? Why this malady? The New Testament is given under a veil, a dark glass, and the same can't help but make a religion for them. Because of the dark glass veil, the believers could not look to see clearly what God in Christ means to them, they confuse him with religious knowledge.

Surely you can't fail to see that! The failure of the New Testament church, it is so glaring! Just as Genesis failed and was condemned back into ashes of death, so the Old Testament failed and was condemned into a law of bondage of corruption unto death. And as the Old Testament failed, so has the New Testament failed and is condemned into dead religious formalities! After every revival, they all organize back into dead human societies, void of life as a cave!

So, he is comparing that dark glass veil to being perfect; I put away childish things. So as the Old Testament was to be abolished, it was a Ministry that was to be abolished, because it was simply a veil, it was a shadow, it was a darkness, so the New Testament also having its own veil shall also be abolished. The Old Testament, being a shadow, was only pointing to what is true, and so is the New Testament, being an earnest, pointed to the truth yet to be revealed from beyond the veil.

The ministry of the Old Testament, as Paul says, is of the letter which kills. It was a ministration of death. Death takes the place of life. Instead of life, death comes up. Whenever life goes out, death comes up; just like when light goes out darkness takes its place. So, therefore, whenever something is sacrificed, when a sacrifice is slain, death comes up replacing life, because life has gone out. Death occurs, comes up, when life goes out. No death until there is dying! The process of dying brings up death in the place of life. There was no death in existence until the lamb was slain.

Revelation 13:8 KJV

And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world.

So, death that comes up behind life is a remembrance of the life that has gone out. Thus, death takes the place of life as a remembrance, as a memorial of the life which has left from that body. So when the sacrifice is killed, being offered unto God, life goes to God, but the memory of that life remains behind. And that memorial is a shadow of death! So, is the ministry of the law, the shadow of death taking the place of the life of the lamb that was slain, and should hold that place until he returns.

Now, the shadow of death takes that place, because the lamb was slain from the foundation of the world. And having been slain, the shadow of death took his place as a memory, as a remembrance of that Life which was offered to God. As long as it is a memorial, or a remembrance of life, it is good, it is not evil as such. And so long as it can point you to the Life that is to come, then he is a minister of God, reminding men that life is somewhere and that they should wait for Him. And so long as Death can finally relinquish that place to Life, when Life returns, then Death would have served a wonderful service worth of praise; for initially Death was a place holder, holding the place of Life to point all to the Life that went out and is to return. And if death could indeed faithfully fullfil his duty, pointing all earnestly to Life, confessing that he was not that Life, neither the way of Life, but only a memorial of the Life, and indeed if when Life would have come back, Death would have bowed his head and handed over all power and position back to the rightful owner, then Death should have been rewarded! For to begin with, death in itself was not as evil as you may think. That might be a surprise to you, but not to Paul! Look at what he says:

2 Corinthians 3:7 KJV

But if the ministration of death, written and engraven in stones, was glorious, so that the children of Israel could not stedfastly behold the face of Moses for the glory of his countenance; which glory was to be done away:

There you are! God is able to put all things to a good and right use! If only they can be willing. Notice, a seed cannot multiply itself unless first it falls into some ground and dies. Death and resurrection works together, for there is no resurrection if there were no death. And when a seed resurrects, it grows and finally multiplies into many. So, in that, death serves a good purpose. Only, let everything remain in its original place, and serve faithfully the duty of that place. A bacteria in its right place may serve a good purpose, but when it leaves its original estate and enters a body where it ought not to be, it becomes a devil! A parasite! A scavenger! Falling from the original estate where the wisdom of God positioned the creatures is the beginning of all evil and wickedness!

The message and ministry of Moses, with all the glory thereof, was a ministry of Death! If that was a ministry of Death, then surely in his original fashion he wasn't that evil, just like the devil also, that originally he was not so much a devil, but a Lucifer, meaning a light giver. Not so bad, isn't it? A messenger of the ministration of death, the priest thereof, to hold that place while pointing to the rightful owner, who is Life, so that when Life returns, the son of death should have reverently bowed his head to Life and handed over all power and position, then he will have done something worth praise.

Because Death's rightful position is to reminf you about Life that is to come. It is not Life, but reminds you about life. When you know about Death, then you are reminded that there is Life. Then that Death is a memorial of life to you, and serves a good purpose reminding you about Life.

But before Life returned, Death conspired with the rest under him, to reject Life and assume the place of Life, as life. That was the beginning of his sin.

And you struggle against Death because he refused to bow to Life and relinquish all power, honour, and glory to Life, instead assumed the place of Life, that is when sin was found in him.

When you see Darkness then you know there is Light, then you will desire to have that Light. So, Death had a ministry, and this is the ministry of Death, he serves as a shadow of Life; a remembrance of Life; he is instead of Life. So such a Ministry is a darkness, is not Light, it makes you remember the way of Life. That this such Darkness means there is light somewhere.

So, the Old Testament ministration was of Death, and the minister himself was of Death, taking the place of Life.

Where there is an offering, a sacrifice, the moment it is offered unto God, what remains behind is a memorial of the life of that sacrifice, and that memorial is instead of that life. It's not the life itself but is instead of the life which was offered unto God. Because when an offering is offered, it is life which is offered to God, and behind Death rules. So, the Old Testament veil was of Death; a ministry of Death, the very Death that occurred when the sacrifice was offered.

When the sacrifice is slain, death occurs, Death comes into existence, taking the place of Life, so in that, it's a memorial of that Life. Thus was the Old Testament, it was simply a memorial of Life! Not Life!

Now, here is something else that was never known until today; people have ever thought that the New Testament is the all of it of God. Every mind has ever thought that way, every Christian has ever thought that way, every teacher has ever taught that way, that the New Testament is now the all of it, the exactness of God's promises. They think it's the real reality of all that God was to give to man. If so, then why the promise of Christ's second coming? And why the longing of his coming since they purport to have all in the New Testament? Their very hearts testify that more is yet to come, and what they presently own is not sufficient.

Many affirm that the New Testament is now established forever. But when you check the scriptures, you find that to our surprise there is something beyond it, and that the New Testament, with all its boasted glory, has also an end, just like the Old Testament. As we have read that the Old Testament was to be abolished in Christ, that which was abolished by the coming of Christ as the Messiah to Israel. His first coming was the abolishing of the Old Testament, so that Christ brought in better things pertaining to Life; more realities than what the Old Testament offered. So that once in Christ, you have no need of those things of the Old Testament; you are promoted. Yet, incidentally, the things concerning the New Testament have an end, for they are also a memorial of death! I can prove it by the scriptures. Look:

Luke 22:19 KJV

And he took bread, and gave thanks, and brake it , and gave unto them, saying, This is my body which is given for you: this do in remembrance of me.

1 Corinthians 11:23-25 KJV

For I have received of the Lord that which also I delivered unto you, That the Lord Jesus the same night in which he was betrayed took bread: [24] And when he had given thanks, he brake it, and said, Take, eat: this is my body, which is broken for you: this do in remembrance of me. [25] After the same manner also he took the cup, when he had supped, saying, This cup is the new testament in my blood: this do ye, as oft as ye drink it, in remembrance of me.

You see? So clear! The New Testament is also build on a memorial of Death, the death of Christ on the cross. His death ushered in the New Testament ministration, the ministration of the cross. Surely, perfection cannot be hoped from a memorial of Life, but by Life Himself! The New Testament comes short of perfection. Why? It is the ministration of the cross! It is the memorial of the Life of Christ, the ministration of the cross, a symbol of his crucifixion. No perfection can come from such a ministry. That is why they only received only an earnest of the blessings by the cross. That is the much the ministry of the memorial of Christ's death by the cross could afford. It is a sign pointing you ahead! Fix your eyes ahead! Perfection is ahead! Perfection comes not by a memorial of death, but by Life!

And this is what He has revealed to us, that besides the offering of sacrifices by death, through slaying and shedding of blood, there is an offering of a sacrifice without slaying and shedding. The sacrifice that sheds blood gives place to a memorial of death to occur, and by such a memorial the partakers of that covenant are blinded from the very source of life. That is why Genesis and the Old Testament failed, for they were built on the memorial of the lamb slain from the foundation, a memorial of his death. That memorial became a veil which covered their eyes from life. Similarly, the New Testament is based on Christ's crucifixion, a ministration of his death which blinds the New Testament worshipper from the truth of Life. So, there is the final offering that shall be offered to God without shedding blood, neither slaying, and therefore, no death will occur to burden the worshipper anymore. Thus, the final offering shall be perfect and excellent, and by it the worshipper shall attain perfection.

Now, let's go back there to the scripture again, so that it may come out clear; chapter 13 which we are reading. 1st Corinthians chapter 13, where he says here clearly in verse 8, that charity never faileth; anything else will fail, whatever it is will fail. Even faith can fail, you know that? He says even if I have faith to move mountains, yet if I don't have charity, I am nothing. I am a sounding cymbal. So it means faith can fail. As much as faith is hailed, and people of faith are praised, yet it has an end.

Faith is exalted, is talked of highly; somebody who has faith is held in high esteem. But you don't need faith when reality opens to you. Faith holds the place of reality until reality comes. For instance, when you are sick you hold on faith until you are healed. Before being healed, your faith is counted as your healing, but after being healed faith is swallowed up into the reality.

That by which you have been saved, that by which you hold the promise, that which you have been given in the New Testament, is faith, and by that, you have not looked to the end of reality, but you hold on it by faith until reality comes. So, faith is taking the place of the reality of Life which is yet to come.

And faith can be found with fault here and there, just like the law. Faith can and have been misused. Some men have exercised to work miracles to deceive others from the true way of salvation. Others have exercised faith to enrich themselves with the riches of this world. Others have exercised faith by which they exalt themselves and boast of great things. So, as much as faith can indeed do a lot of good, it can also be misused. And furthermore, can have faith without being saved; for on one hand by faith one can believe the truth unto salvation, and on another hand one have faith to cast out devils, without minding the saving truth.

And that men with faith can still boast and exalt themselves, shows it is not perfect. But there is something beyond that faith of the New Testament. Look at it:

1 Corinthians 13:4-7 KJV

Charity suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, [5] Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; [6] Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth; [7] Beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things.

Charity believes all things! As faith believes, charity believes much more!

Genesis was built on the fear of God. By fear, the just men of God served Him and walked before Him.

The Old Testament was built on hope, the hope of salvation by the coming Messiah.

The New Testament has been built on faith, the faith of Jesus Christ, and they hold on that waiting for the salvation ready to be revealed in the last days.

But the fullness of time is built on the reality of divine love which is charity! This is that which makes perfect.

Faith is like money for bread. Now when I get bread I exchanged with the money, and I part my ways with money forever. Now why should I hold on faith when eating bread? I was holding on faith so long as the bread was not there, but now that I have begun to eat bread, it is reality, I don't continue believing; but now I know I have it! I am eating bread, not just believing. So, as hope has an end, so faith has also an end.


You know, with hope, you are hoping for it because you don't have it. And faith is the assurance of getting it. So, those are two steps towards reality; with hope you're hopping that you will have it because God has said so. Now, faith is the assurance that it is yours; yet you don't have it in the hand, but charity is that you have it; you are eating bread! So charity is higher, is superior. Because with hope you are still hungry and just hoping that God may have mercy and one time provide it for you. Now, faith is the assurance that I will get it no matter what happens. Yet with all the hope and faith, you are still hungry anyhow! You are just comforting yourself with hope and faith, but you sure are hungry. But charity means you have it! You stand in no need or want of anything. Praise the Lord!

But charity is that I got the bread. I am now eating, I got him now, I have found God and I have Him fully. So why should I continue hoping when I have God fully with me? Do you see that? With faith, you still look for Him, but with charity you have Him! Charity avails Him for you!

When I have Him, the very God whom I sought after, the very God whom I delighted in, and finally I have Him, so why should I hope again? Why should I hold on faith any longer? Why should I continue confessing that I am sure I will find God? You know, by faith you wait for Him with an assurance, but with Charity you got Him!

All these things have a similarity: The fear of God, the hope of God, the faith of God and the Love of God; and the similarity is that all are a virtue that believes God. So, you can believe God by fear, or by hope, or by faith, or by charity, but the perfect way is by charity, for charity makes God present with you fully!

By charity, He is mine, He is in my hands, I have finally arrived where He is, and we have finally embraced, and I'm holding Him. I cannot continue comforting myself that I am sure this is God, and He is mine. If I say like that, it means I have not looked to the end of that which is promised, of that which I am called for, of that which I am redeemed for. Do you see it?

Whether it is faith, it has an end; whether it is hope, it has an end, because what you already have, you don't hope for it; so charity is the availment. Charity is that you got it. Amen.

Just like William Branham, when he was facing that killer bull, before he had the reality of Charity in his heart, he could hope in God for deliverance from the killer bull; or he could have an assurance of faith that God would deliver him from the bull; but when charity, which is divine Love, dawned in his heart, he got it! He had control over the bull! No need praying any more! No need of rebuking and fussing any longer. No need of fear any longer. No need of hope any longer. No need of faith any longer. Why? He has the answer in himself! Love has taken charge!

What? He begins sympathizing with the killer bull; he feels sorry for it. "Poor creature tormented by Satan." He loves the bull so much that he overcomes it; victory is in his hand! So, he looks at the bull sympathetically, and loves it, no fear of anything, charity has given him into his hands, that is reality in control; what he needed that time, was charity!

Charity never fails, but faith can fail, why? It can move mountains and yet be nothing, be a sounding cymbal. Do you see that? Hope can fail; you can hope for something and never get it. So it is not perfect.

Faith is an assurance, yes, but it is not perfect because you don't have it yet, you are just assured of it, but you are in trouble still. You are in problems still, you are in afflictions. You are still in want and lack, and you are with your old problem. So, you see, you are not yet perfect, but you have faith. It is the assurance of your salvation, the assurance of your redemption, assurance of your perfection. But you are still in problems, you are sinking and rising and falling and rising, troubled on every side. You are failing all the time, but you have the assurance of reaching into perfection.

So, faith fixes your eyes on that which is at the distance, for your final salvation, for your final perfection. But there is something else higher than faith, and that is charity. Charity is the availability in perfection of all things, the availability of all things presently, all things are yea and amen. So that in charity you lack nothing.

You know the word charity in English is not having the whole meaning of what it means; what it means by divine love, you don't just get it in the word charity, but you get it in the experience of it. Like when Branham would stand before that killer bull, and have the love of God in his heart to tell the bull to lie down, and with no struggling, pushing against the bull, just a simple command and the bull had to obey.

Faith may struggle, may fight back and forth, but not divine love, that is charity puts all under control; that bull can do nothing to you as long as you got charity. That bull cannot do anything to you.

So, that is what is higher, that is what is perfect! So there is hope, there is faith, and then there is charity, which is beyond faith. So that's why I'm saying that there is something beyond faith, beyond the New Testament. People think they got everything by faith, looked like with faith they have all they need. But you go following that, you find there is something still lacking with all the faith there is. With all the hope, and with all the faith, something still lacks. So there is something that is higher; that which these others only point to, and make a veil of it.

We are still in chapter 13 of Corinthians; first Corinthians chapter 13 verse 1 says, I'm just reading now, let us just get the understanding of that chapter. The whole of it. First Corinthians chapter 13:

Though I speak with the tongues of men, and of angels... when did the tongues come into manifestation? When did the tongues come into the church? When did tongues begin to be involved among the saints of God? It is in the New Testament times!


I will just go back into the gifts a little bit, so that we can see them in chapter 12, before we go to 13. Chapter 12 of First Corinthians. Let us look into these gifts and see the extent of them and just see clearly that the New Testament has been built on gifts. 1st Corinthians chapter 12.

1 Corinthians 12:8-10 KJV

For to one is given by the Spirit the word of wisdom; to another the word of knowledge by the same Spirit; [9] To another faith by the same Spirit; to another the gifts of healing by the same Spirit; [10] To another the working of miracles; to another prophecy; to another discerning of spirits; to another divers kinds of tongues; to another the interpretation of tongues:

So, you see that wisdom is for understanding mysteries, and that is where the New Testament is based. You see? A gift of wisdom, to another the word knowledge in the scriptures, that's a gift by the Same Spirit. To another faith, and to another discernment... etc.


The New Testament comes in based on gifts, and that's what Paul says here.


What was given to the New Testament saints as the Holy Ghost was a mere gift. But the true Holy Ghost is not just a gift. The Spirit of God, the Holy Spirit, is the Spirit of God, it cannot just be a gift, it is more than a gift. But the New Testament received a gift of it. God is love, and Spirit, therefore the Spirit of God is divine love manifested, because God is Spirit. That is why we worship Him in Spirit and in truth, because God is a Spirit.

Now, if God is love, divine love, and the same God is Spirit, then that Spirit is the Spirit of love, expressing love; divine love. When the perfection comes, you will be given the actual Holy Ghost.

The New Testament has been holding on the gift of the Holy Spirit, but then you will be given the Holy Spirit. That's the promise of God to His Children.

The land of rest for Abraham was just an earthly physical land, a figure of what was to come.

Israel was given a day of rest, a shadow of the actual day. They couldn't find actual test in a shadow.

Then the New Testament was given the gift of the Holy Spirit, instead of the Holy Spirit. They couldn't truly rest. But the final Testament, the Glorious Testament, the revelation of the glorious Testament, does not give you a figure, shadow, nor a gift, but the real thing, the actual thing. That's what you are to be given for perfection: the actual promise.

Corinthians 13, we were there. So let us just read all of it as we wind up the message. We have just read that; Chapter 13. First Corinthians chapter 13; we are looking beyond the New Testament. Hallelujah. Looking beyond the New Testament. So he says, he speaks of the New Testament on this wise: Though I speak with the tongues of men; that was given to the New Testament... And he speaks on this wise that: though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels and have not charity; Yes, charity is a covenant beyond the New Testament! With all the gifts the New Testament boasts still you can be a tinkling cymbal. And though you have the gift of prophecy, to understand all mysteries of the New Testament, yet you can still be nothing. There something beyond the New Testament! You can possess faith to move mountains in the New Testament, yet without charity you are nothing! There is the reality beyond the New Testament! You see? And though I bestow all my goods to feed the poor, like the Catholics try to feed the poor, the poor Turkana people or somewhere, whatever. And though they do all that, even give their body to be burned, and if they have not charity, it profiteth them nothing! There is the limitation of New Testament: it was based on gifts, and these can never do a perfect work!

Charity suffereth long, is kind. Charity envieth not, Charity vaunteth not herself up; is not proud, is not boastful, is not arrogant, is not high-minded, it's not know-it-all; has nothing to brag. Hallelujah. Is not puffed up, has nothing to exalt herself, does not esteem herself, does not count herself to be anything. Those are the terrible weaknesses of the New Testament; the very failure of the New Testament church... Vaunting themselves: we are this, that... puffing themselves up; vaunteth themselves; boastful, proud, arrogant, know-it-all, high-minded: the New Testament fault, their failure as a church. Why? Charity is missing! Without charity, none is perfect. There is one more Testament! The Testament of Perfection. It is beyond the New Testament!

Charity does not behave herself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil, rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth: beareth all things, believeth all things...

So, with charity, what else do you need? Charity believeth all things. Faith may not believe all things, may believe some and leave out others, the deficiency of the New Testament! May believe to be saved, but may not believe to be healed. See? May believe to be healed, and may not believe to be saved. See? May believe and work a miracle, but may not believe to be justified. So, faith may not believe all things, might believe some and leave others, but charity believes all things!

Charity believes that God is there, believes that the devil is there, believes hell is there, believes Heaven is there: believes all things, believes to be saved, to be healed, to be translated, just everything! Hopeth all things, endures all things, so what do you need hope for? Charity hopeth all things, endureth all things; but hope may not hope for all things.

Charity never faileth, never can fail. Whether a killer bull, weather whatever comes on you, charity never faileth; controls all situations; charity never fails. But where there be Prophecies of the New Testament, they shall fail; the Prophecies of the New Testaments, as gifts, they shall fail! The tongues of the New Testament Ministry shall come to an end, they shall cease; the knowledge of the New Testament comes to nought; their tongues shall cease, their prophecies shall cease, their wisdom shall cease, their knowledge shall vanish away.

The New Testament, based on their gift of knowledge or of wisdom or spiritual understanding, shall vanish away. They shall simply vanish away; as sure as Heaven and Earth shall vanish away, so their knowledge shall vanish away. All they boast of; the New Testament knowledge of expounding scriptures, all ministries based on that, the Bible has said that they shall vanish away. That is the foundation of all their religion of the New Testament, is such like things. The foundation of the Catholics, of the Protestants, of the Pentecostals, of all these other churches; their foundation is knowledge, wisdom, spiritual understanding; great understanding of mysteries, expounding this and that, gifts of Prophecy, of tongues; all vanish. You see that? Such things shall vanish away. That's the New Testament things. See? Whatever they are based on, with some little things called gifts of the Spirit, yet they shall vanish away. They have an end. They can't perfect you. They can't perfect their own believers. They have failed. They are found with fault, and terrible weaknesses. The malady is terrible, the syndrome is terrible. They are all ailing now. They are all in ICUs; all those religious people and their own theology, and their own little gifts, they are all in ICUs, they are all ailing, they are all ill, they are all bound by their own ministrations, by their own little spirits. You see? See? There is something beyond that, that brings perfection. There is some other ministration. This shall be done away with, this New Testament ministration of the spirit, shall be done away with; shall vanish away. When that which is perfect is come, that which is imperfect shall vanish away... and we are looking forward to the vanishing away of the New Testament. We are looking away for that. We are hoping for that. That's our hope, that's our foundation, that is where we are anchored; we are looking for the day, for the hour when the New Testament shall vanish away. The New Testament ministration, it has become hopeless. The church has failed, has been found with fault. They can't raise higher than religious societies. And it has failed terribly, and because of that we are looking far above, far above the heavens. We are looking far above the heavens; we are looking on the right hand of the majesty on high, where Christ sitteth, where he was raised up to, and sat there in glory, in the majesty, in the highest, in the Excellence glory. That is in Perfection. That is where Christ sitteth, in the Excellence gloy. For Jesus is his excellence, only God is His excellence; His excellence, the king eternal.

There is a covenant of eternal things; the Covenant of the Eternal things. Not the Covenant of water, that's not eternal; not the Covenant of blood, that's not eternal; not the Covenant of the spirit of tongues and of prophesying, working miracles, etc. Where are the sick in eternity? Where are the deaf in eternity, for one to work a miracle? Where was a tongue in eternity? Those things are meant to pass away. But there is a covenant of Eternal things! There is one more Covenant, and is the Covenant of Eternal things! The Father, the word and the Holy Ghost. Amen! Things concerning the Father, and the things he has, the Word and the things he has, and the Holy Ghost, and the things therein. Amen! Him who is the father, and the things therein, and him who is the Word, and the things therein, and he who is the Holy Ghost, and the things therein, manifested. The Covenant of such things; the Eternal Covenant of God holding all that together. The Father, and all He has, the Word and all he has, the Holy Ghost and all he has, and; the covenant, the eternal Covenant of the Eternal God... I am God and I change not. There is the covenant! There is the covenant of the unchanging God! Hallelujah! I am God and I change not... the Covenant of the eternal things... He changes not.

There is such Covenant an eternal Covenant, has no fault, has no weakness and that's what we are looking to that. Hallelujah. Break Beyond every obstacle; breaking beyond every sound barrier, breaking beyond everything else, we look for perfection from on high, from the Majestic on high. Hallelujah. Praise His holy name. Amen. For we know in part and we prophesy in part, but when that which is perfect is come then that which is in part; the New Testament which is in part shall be done away with. When that which is perfect is come then that which is imperfect; the New Testament which is imperfect, which is just tongues and prophecy and interpretation of tongues and discernment and knowledge and wisdom, healings and miracles; a ministration of the spirit shall pass away, shall vanish away because it is imperfect; it is found with fault. And that which is perfect shall take its place. Amen. If that which is in part has been glorious, if that which is imperfect has been glorious, if that which is going to be done away; this New Testament gospel which is in part, which is imperfect, if it's going to be done away, if that which is going to be done away, of the New Testament, called the New Testament is a glorious, what about the Eternal one; the Eternal Covenant? If that which is based on water, blood and spirit has been glorious, if that Covenant which is based on water, blood and spirit, that repent and be baptized in water in the name of Jesus Christ, for the remission of your sins by the blood and you shall receive the gift of the spirit. If such a covenant which is meant to pass away has been glorious, so glorious until men have rejoiced in it, have danced in it, have glorified God in it, have felt good in it, has set free some men from their bondage. If such a gospel has been found with the fault, yet it has been so glorious, what about the eternal gospel of the Eternal Covenant? The eternal testament, that which can never pass away? That which is eternal, which shall never pass away. The Eternal Covenant of the Eternal King, of the most high. What about that goes Covenant? How glorious? Excellent. The excellent one. The Majesty one. The Excellent one. Hallelujah. Praise the Lord. Amen. Amen. Glory to God. Hallelujah. Amen. Glory to God. Amen. Glory to God. Amen. Glory to God. Amen. That which is excellent. Hallelujah. That which is excellent, which exceleth everything; is excellent above all Things; is excellent. More excellent. That’s the most excellent. From that we receive, from its excellence we receive a covenant which is excellent. Not good, not very good; excellent. Amen. Excellent. There is such an excellent Covenant of the eternal things, by the Eternal God who is the father, who is the word, who is the Holy Ghost;   three are one in him manifested in Jesus Christ. Who is Jesus Christ? He is the father manifested; he is the word of God manifested. He is the Holy Ghost the language of God manifested. And all are one in Jesus Christ, he has a covenant now, when he comes back, he brings us now that final Covenant, final Testament, that Eternal Testament of the Eternal God. He brings us the Eternal Testament from the Eternal God. That's what makes perfect. When this world is done away now, we are now looking…we are waiting for the renting of the New Testament veil. As the Old Testament veil rent and gave way for the New Testament, now is the time for the New Testament, religious Veil, of the gifts of the spirit, of the working of gifts, it is now time for the renting of the New Testament Veil. And when the New Testament Veil is rent, then we come into the presence of the excellent, the excellent Glory on the highest. We come in the presence of him who sits in the glory of his excellence. We come in the presents of the most high God. We behold the excellence of the most high. Amen. Amen. Hallelujah. Praise the Lord. Praise the Lord. Let the vein rent now. We're just expecting the veil to rent, and when the veil rents; we come into the presence of him who is the excellent one. The presence of the most high. That's where we come to; in the presence of him that sits on majesty on high. We come into the presence of the Eternal God; who is the father, who is the word and who is the Holy Ghost; the three in one in the seventh seal. The three in one in the seventh seal. Amen.


What is the seventh seal? What is the seventh seal? What is the seventh seal? The Eternal Covenant. The Eternal Covenant, the rainbow Covenant, the rainbow Covenant. The Eternal Covenant. The 7th seal, the eternal Covenant; the rainbow covenant of….the seven in one Covenant. Seven in one covenant, eternal Covenant, the rainbow Covenant, the seven in one covenant, is the seventh seal. Hallelujah. That's what we are looking forward; we are looking forward for that. That is our heart now, that's our desire. That is our aim. That is our aim now. That's what we are looking to now, for the renting of the veil; the blinding Veil, the boastful veil, the proud veil of watching of gifts. Of the gifts of the New Testament; that proud veil may rent now. We pray that it may rent in the name of Jesus Christ. We pray for that. We pray for the renting of the New Testament veil. May it rent now and bring us into his presence, so that we can see him face-to-face, so that we can see him face to face. Unto that which is perfect; we see him as we are known of him, as we have seen of him. We see him who seeth us; Lahairoi. We come to that place of Lahairoi. See him who seeth us; him that seeth us. We want to see him who also sees us. Hallelujah. May the veil rent. Hallelujah.

We pray for the renting of the New Testament veil. We pray for the renting of the New Testament Veil. We are praying for the renting of the New Testament Veil. We are praying for circumcision to remove the New Testament Veil. To remove that hard veil, that crooked veil, that dark veil of the New Testament. That which sees in glass; darkly in glass; a New Testament dark veil; darkened in a glass. We are looking forward for the removal and renting and circumcision of such a veil. Hallelujah. So that we come into His presence, and rejoice in his presence and bath in his presence. Hallelujah. And be bathed, and be bathed with his presence. We just want to come into the presence of Elohim, who is I am. We just want to come into His presence and bathe in his presence. And that's what it has promised us for Perfection sake. Praise His holy name. Praise His holy name for such a great promise. Hallelujah. Amen. We glorify his holy name.

(Precious name, Oh how sweet. Hope of earth and joy of heaven. Precious name, Oh how sweet. Hope of earth and joy of heaven) hallelujah. We receive the covenant of eternal things, a rainbow covenant, an eternal covenant, a covenant which has no beginning, therefore has no end. All other covenants have Beginnings; the Covenant of water has a beginning and has an end. The Covenant of blood has a beginning and has an end. The Covenant of spirit has a beginning and has an end, but there is one more Covenant, the Covenant of him who has no beginning and he has no end. Amen. Swears by himself that he has no beginning and has no end. He liveth forever and forever, having no beginning and having no end. So that's the final Covenant. That's the final Covenant for the final Testament. Hallelujah. The final Covenant with the final Testament of things which have no beginning; the Testament of things which have no beginning and have no end; they rainbow Testament, the rainbow Covenant of things which have no beginning and they have no end. Such a covenant we now receive. Hallelujah. A covenant not of death but of life. A covenant in which nothing dies but lives. A covenant whose sacrifice does not die but lives. A covenant in which nothing is killed but quickened. Not killed but quickened. A covenant whose sacrifice is alive and alive forevermore; a Living Sacrifice. A covenant whose sacrifice is a Living Sacrifice. Not killed, not slain but quickened and manifested. A sacrifice which is ever there. A sacrifice which Never Dies, an offering which does not die. There is a covenant whose sacrifice is not slain; no slaying. Other sacrifices, other covenants were made upon things which were slain. Other covenants were made by cutting off the threat of things; by slaying and cutting off the throat of things. Such covenants can never make perfect. Can you imagine a covenant made by cutting off the throat of something? Then you are built on that. A Covenant of blood gushing out of something whose throat has been cut off. How can you be made perfect with such a covenant? That is only Preparatory. That's a covenant for Preparatory. That's just preparing the way. But there is a covenant whose sacrifice is not killed, is not slain; whose sacrifice you don't cut off the throat. A sacrifice which is a Living Sacrifice. An acceptable sacrifice, an honorable sacrifice, a sacrifice which is acceptable to God without slaying. Lord God does not eat by slaying. God is not a beast. God is not a ravenous Beast, is not a bloody Beast. God’s acceptable sacrifice, you don't cut off the throat and to give God to eat; God is not a murderer. God does not eat things which have been slain. God eats things which are alive. And he doesn't destroy he just fellowships. God's way of eating is fellowshipping with you. And when he eats with you and eats that which is of you in Fellowship, that's when you are increased. That's when you are enlarged the more. That's when you expound. God’s fellowship, his Covenant, is a lively fellowship of his Covenant. He doesn't kill but quickens. Hallelujah. This goes beyond language. Goes beyond language. I don't have words. When you are so fattened by his increase and you become so fattened in your heart, soul and spirit, then you are already for the table. Then his great fire; the Sweet Holy Ghost Fire without language almost, comes engulfs you down, and then you break up into song, you break up into worship; you break up into song and worship and praises and the fires are going on and you are on fire, now you are being offered. You are on fire. Now words go out of you, worshipping and words flow out of you, a language which you don't have, you are praising the most high. Melodies are coming out. Your fats, you fats melting, and the savors are coming out of you; out of your mouth come savors. From the fats, from the fatty stores of your body and of your soul and of your spirit into Melodies and you take your harp. And God sits into the sacrifice; a Living Sacrifice, A Living Sacrifice. God receives a Living Sacrifice. God receives Melodies, Melodies and savors and sweetness from a Living Sacrifice which himself has prepared in you. Then you just give it all, and as you are giving, you are receiving again, it is a two way traffic. As you are giving that fire of Fellowship; Melodies and savors and sweetness and fats are going to God; flagrancies. They are just deflagrating unto God; the fire is just causing deflagration of your fats, and they're going to God like that then God is also now also hearing you; receiving yours he gives his. He gives his then you get full again and you begin to fatten again. You begin fattening again. You begin fattening in your soul, fattening in your spirit, fattening in your body, fattening in your hear. As you are giving him he is giving you. As your heart is enlarging towards him, he is also enlarged towards you.  A Covenant whose sacrifices are not slain but are just offered alive. And as your fats are burning in the fire and melodies are going to God and sweetness is going to God and savors from your heart, from your soul and from your body are deflagrating to God by the Holy Ghost Fire. God is hearing that and is touching his soft place in him; is touching the most soft place in God, and the rivers are breaking and waters are breaking, and blessings break, and you are showered at the same time. And You Begin fattening again, you begin fattening again as you eat and graze as his lamb you begin fattening again and you get so fat then you are offered by the Holy Ghost again. You are brought to the table of God again; you become meat for him again and the fire comes upon you. And your fats are offered to him; your melodies, your sweetness, your songs and your praises and your glories like that in the fire of the Holy Ghost are ascending to heaven, and God smells it and God hears it and smells it and drinks it, and his heart is touched, and the soft part of God is touched and now he breaks out again and blessings come upon you and Showers of Blessings. And You Begin fattening again and forever and forever the world without end. From Beyond the rivers of Ethiopia the daughter of my dispersed, my suppliants shall bring my offering; a living offering, a living lamb a fattened lamb; a fattened living lamb. Fattened; full of marrow, full of fats; a fattened lamb. So fat and just walks like a pig. The offering acceptable to God. And when that offering shall be presented to God, not that somebody should slay it. No slaying. The Holy Ghost Fire comes upon the fat Lamb and melts the fats from the heart, from the spirit, from the soul and from the body, and the fats as savors, as Melodies, as sweetness ascend to God. And God receives the sweetness and the melodies until his heart is touched; he can't help himself but shower blessings. That is the sacrifice of the Eternal things. Is the sacrifice of Eternal things. That's the sacrifice of the Eternal Covenant. Every Covenant has a sacrifice. Every Testament has a sacrifice. The sacrifice of Genesis was slain, the sacrifice of the Old Testament was slain, the sacrifice of the New Testament was hanged on the cross; what a dishonor, what a sacrifice; hanged on the cross of the Gentiles; the Roman cross, the Gentile cross, a sacrifice hanging on the cross. What a dishonor? How can God eat from that? A place where no man eats from, that is where it was sacrificed. Hebrews tells you that, that Jesus Christ was crucified in a place where no man eats from. What a sacrifice? How can God eat that? How can that please God? A sacrifice which you hung on that cross like a serpent and that God saying amen, now I receive it, that is so good, is sweet now I receive it. How can it be given to God? That is dishonorable. There is one more sacrifice. The final Testament, the final Covenant, the Eternal Covenant of the Eternal God. God shall present himself a sacrifice honorable and true; faultless. On the cross of Jesus, what was offered there was a serpent; outwardly a serpent, inside the son of God dressed outwardly a serpent like Moses rose up the serpent in the wilderness so shall the son of man be raised up like that. A serpent on the cross. And also he was made of the law of the testament; Old Testament, so dressed by the woman. So whatever was being offered on the cross was of the law of the woman. A bondage of the woman. Secondly the Gentiles are a serpent. So it was offered for the Old Testament laws and whatever which is of bondage and for the New Testament serpent kind of religion; Jesus hung on the cross. You aren’t going to eat a serpent. You aren't going to be free by eating from the slave of bondage. From the Flesh of bondage hanging on the cross. There is one more excellent sacrifice. Excellent sacrifice, honorable sacrifice which you don't slay, which you don't afflict, which don't injure to eat. A man who injures is a murderer, is a killer. He is a destroyer, but he says in my Holy Mountain they shall never hurt or destroyed; no slaying. A man who has to follow something and run after it and Chase it and kill it, such a covenant is a covenant of death, based on death. Killing and slay to make a sacrifice; you are cruel. And such a covenant is a covenant of death which can never perfect. Whether it's Genesis, whether it is the Old Testament, whether it's the New Testament is based on cruelty; killing and destroying to eat. Such a covenant where they eat things after they have killed, they have slain, they have murdered, they have hanged on the cross, then they begin eating, that is the eating of devils. God cannot be served by such things. You can't serve God with such things. Those ones end with you there. Such a smoke, such an odorous smoke cannot come in the nostril of God. But there is one more Covenant. There is one more Testament shining like a rainbow, whose beauty is a rainbow beauty. A covenant whose beauty is a rainbow. What is the offering in that Testament? It is an offering of the Eternal things which you don't slay. Amen. But instead of slaying you just quicken. You just bring down the fire of God and they melt in Praise and the sacrifice is going up. God Jehovah shall present himself a sacrifice acceptable, honorable, excellent. No slaying, no damaging, no harming, no hurting but just praises. Oh then God receives that one. And when God himself that one, his eternal springs, his eternal springs break Forth and the blessings like showers come upon you. From the rivers from Beyond the rivers of Ethiopia my suppliants; the daughter of my dispersed shall bring my offering. My fattened lamb. My fattened lamb and no slaying now. The offering of the final covenant, no slaying, you just offer a Living Sacrifice. A body hast thou prepared me; a fat body. A fat lamb, a fat one; fatlings of Abel. A fatling one has thou prepared me. That which is offered eternally. No hurting no slaying, no cruelty, no murder but just offering a Living Sacrifice. Now the final Testament, the final Covenant, the final testimony is based on that. Such an eternal offering is in preparation; has been prepared and is just about to be offered. When it shall be accepted then you will receive. In the Mountain of God, in the mountain of the Lord it shall be seen. Hallelujah. You see the offering? You see the offering of the final Testament? Of the Covenant? An eternal Covenant whose sign, whose token is the rainbow; a sevenfold Covenant. And the Lord God himself is providing himself; he’s presenting to himself an acceptable sacrifice on behalf of all the saints, on behalf of all the people, on behalf of all the creation, on the behalf of you. You don't have to worry. You don't have to try to present something. Your little tongues and interpretation of tongues. You are little mutterings and murmurings won't be pleasing to God; forget about that. That is alright but it's not excellent. Can't be excellent. It can't you just be excellent. It can't just be acceptable to God. It can't ring the bell in him. It can't reach that, you can't do it, just accept. Your offerings are good, you have tried. That is well done. You have tried but it just can't reach there; is beyond you. So the most high, the Eternal God shall present to himself a sacrifice on your behalf. He shall do it on your behalf. Because you wouldn’t, you wouldn't but you have tried.


Genesis well done, tried, Old Testament, well done, you’ve tried; good, that is good. New Testament, you have tried, you have spoken in tongues, you have prophesized, you have healed the sick, you have had faith, you have had the word of knowledge and of wisdom. You have expounded Mysteries; that is well done, that is good; that's very good, but it's not excellent. It's not perfect. Cannot reach it. That's the work of children; tried, you have built some house out of your mud, you’ve built some house, you are putting something on the cooking pan made of mud; you have done well; good, good little child. But you can't eat it. You are throwing at your back as you're eating. But Jehovah himself, the most high himself, the one who is excellent, he has what he has to offer for his eternal Covenant, for his eternal Mysteries; he has what to offer himself. An eternal offering and that's the excellent one, and is on your behalf. So at that time now he tells you sit down, sit down and rest. He just says hold your peace. He just tells you hold your peace, calm down. You've tried; you have danced, you have jumped, you have prophesized, you have spoken in tongues; all the tricks. You’ve displayed all the styles to please God. Then he just smiles and when he is smiling, you think he is smiling because he's feeling good at your tactics. You think he is feeling good at your tactics when he smiling, so that you now take out your best. When now God is smiling, that is when now you kick up the storm properly; of Prophecy and tongues and interpretation and whatever. You now bend and rise again. Then he smiles abit. Only to discover that he's smiling at how funny you look. How funny you are looking. Then that is now he now says be still now, you have done well; well done. You go and sit on your bench; well done, you have really danced. But he says now let us end there that chapter, let us now go to perfection. Leaving all that; all your dancing, all your tactics, all your tricks, all that your prophecy. All your tongues, all your discernment, all your expounding of mysteries, all your little little things of little children; leaving all that; all your childish way and all your Pentecostal little things, let us go on to perfection. And that is now where he takes over. That's where God takes over. That is where God takes over. When the New Testament veil rents, that is where God takes over. That's where the most high takes over. The excellent one takes over. The Excellency one, his Excellence voice. Hallelujah. Hallelujah.


I just have one scripture to read as we wind up to pray because I believe that message has come home to you. And therefore you need not anybody to tell you anything but you know what you are supposed to go for. You know what you are called for. You know what you are called for. You know what you are made for. Now let us see. This is excellence; his excellence. Amen. Just one more reading; now that's what Peter speaks about. Let me go to the scripture straight. It's found in 2nd Peter chapter 1 verse 16, says; for we have no followed cunningly devised fables when we made known unto you the power and the coming of the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ. But we were eyewitnesses of his Majesty. That is in the holy mountain. For he received from God the Father honor and glory when there came such a voice to him from the excellent Glory. How do you see that? I always like that scripture. It always plays on my heart sweetly without knowing why. Are you seeing that? When there came such a voice to him from the excellent glory - this is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased. I want you to catch it because am going to another scripture as am just ending up like that. For we have not followed cunningly devised fables of some covenant based on the letters of death. Of some riddles, of some tongues muttering. We have not followed some cunningly devised fables of some religious things built on some covenant with fault. When we made known unto you the power and coming; second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. But were eyewitnesses of his majesty at his second coming to bring the everlasting covenant. He received from God the father honor and glory when there came such a voice from the excellent glory; this is my beloved son in whom am well pleased. And this voice which came from heaven we heard, when we were with him in the Holy Mountain; when they saw him his coming. That's exactly Matthew chapter 17 isn’t it? And after six days Jesus takes Peter. Now before that he says something in Matthew 16 the last verse: verily verily I say unto you…Matthew 16 the last verse, is 28; verily verily I say unto you there be some standing here which shall not taste death till they see the son of man coming in his kingdom. Then 17 verse 1…and after six days Jesus taketh Peter, James and John his brother and brings them up on a high mountain apart, and was transfigured before them and his face did shine as the sun. As Revelation chapter 10, as the messenger of Revelation 10, his face shined, and his raiment was white as the light; his message of his coming, is himself. The message of his coming is himself. He offers himself for you. You eat from him and drink from him. You eat him and drinking. That is the message of his coming. And his raiment was white as the light and behold there appeared unto them Mosses and Elias talking with him. Then answered Peter, and said unto Jesus, Lord, it's good for us to be here, if thou would let us make here three Tabernacles one for Genesis, another one for the Old Testament, then another one of the New Testament. For those three Covenants; one for you and one for Moses and another one for Elias. While he yet spoke behold a bright Cloud overshadowed them, and behold a voice out of the excellent Glory; out of the cloud which said this is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased, hear ye him. From excellent Glory, and majesty on high. In the Majesty on high where Jesus Christ was raised. Is that right? When he was raised from the dead. That is Ephesians Chapter 3 or 4, somewhere where he was raised from…and then taken to…that is Ephesians chapter 4. We're just reading quickly because I don't want to dwell on it as I try to expound or teach. We are just injecting the thought. So he says here in Ephesians chapter 4:9; now that he ascended, what is it but that he also descended first into the lower parts of the Earth. He that descended is the same also that ascended up far above all heavens that he might fill all things. Ascended far above all Things. Raised far above all things. So where did he go? Far above all things, isn't it? That place, where is that place called? I can now go to Hebrews chapter 1. And in Hebrew chapter 1 I come to verse 3; who being the brightness of his glory and the express image of his person, and upholding all Things by the word of his power when he had by himself purged our sins sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high. On the right hand of the majesty on high; that is the excellent Glory. He is on the right hand of the Majesty on high. And God is the highest. And where he dwells is in the highest. There is a place called in the highest. That is where God dwells. He dwells in the highest. And that is in the excellent of his glory. That is in perfection. The Lord also thundered in the heavens and in this highest gave his voice of seven thunders. And of Zion it shall be said this and that man was born in her and the highest himself shall establish it. God is the highest. For he that is higher than the highest regardeth. Amen. Higher than the highest in this world, because he is the highest. Amen. At the multitudes that went before and that followed cried saying Hosanna to the son of David. Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord; hosanna in the highest. Amen. Glory to God in the highest and on earth peace and   goodwill towards men. So where is God found? In the highest. Not in the heaven, you might reach heaven and find people ask you about God. Whether you have ever known or seen him. We are told he is there on Earth revealing himself in flesh. We here we have never seen anything like that. And you have come to heaven to see God, and ask you what experience do you have for us? Tell us more about God. Tell us more about Jesus Christ; we hear that he died on Earth, and that he has been sending the Holy Ghost and the Holy Ghost has been revealing to you God and you've been seeing him face to face. We here we are still looking for him, and you've come to heaven. God is found in the highest. He dwells in the high place. He dwells not in heaven. He doesn't dwell in heaven, he dwells elsewhere. He dwells elsewhere, let me just read; am just reading that; for thus says the high and lofty one. Hallelujah. The high and lofty one that inhabiteth eternity whose name is Holy; I dwell in the high and holy place. That is where the highest dwells, and that is his place and that is eternity. The one who inhabiteth eternity. What does he say? I dwell in the high and holy place. That place called the highest is eternity. Isn't it? He inhabiteth eternity and dwells on high. In the excellent glory, on majesty; that is in the majesty. Because he is the king majesty. He is majestic. He's a great king. Who is King eternal immortal, and that is his dwelling place. So from such a place descends Jesus Christ; from such an excellent Glory he comes in his second coming. And that is now to declare the eternal Testament of the Eternal covenant of the eternal God who does not change. Blessed be his holy name. Amen. I believe it has done it. I believe the message has come home to you. I believe you have seen the light shine there; that there is one more Testament from The Majesty on high, from the excellent glory comes the final Testament whose Covenant is eternal and whose sacrifice you don't slay, you don't murder, you don't destroy. You don't cruelly hang on the cross. How could God eat from that cross there? That is not meant for him to eat. That is painful to him. It is the cruelty for their sin requesting for that Covenant. Requesting for that kind of sacrifice, it is sin that demands that covenant of the cross. God is not demanding anything like that; it is sin that demands that, but now the final Testament is The Testament of excellent things. The Covenant is a covenant of excellent things. The sacrifice therein, the bread and the meat therein, whatever to be eaten of that sacrifice; that Covenant is excellent. You don’t slay, you don't injure, you don't harm. But all and in that particular Covenant, all things Are part of that sacrifice. Are you seeing? Everything is part of the sacrifice, because it's just a fellowship of all things. Even the Little Flower somewhere has something to offer, and you don't have to slay. The little bee somewhere have something to offer. Everything; the cattle there when they are fat and fattened well, then the angel of the cattle comes upon them, who makes his angels spirits and his ministers a flame of fire, the flame of the fire of the Angel of the cattle comes upon the cattle and overshadows them, the cattle, with his flames, and when the Flames come among the cattle and the cattle begins to skidding and amowing and a revival among the cattle, then the fatlings of the savors of the cattle begin to flow Heavenward. And God receives the sweet savors and the sweet food and eats. Amen, and rains blessings among the cattle. And the cattle fatten again.


It becomes an offering the next season, and so life continues. Everything is a sacrifice there. God provides himself a sacrifice. Hallelujah. The most beloved Son of God is the most pleasing unto God, he is the chief sacrifice but the rest are also part of him and in him they are sacrifices most pleasing to God. And the Eternal Covenant of the Eternal Testament is built on that; on eternal things, and that makes perfect. These others which are not eternal, which were made, which were created, which were fixed there, they were made to pass away. And they are found with fault. So that's why they cannot bring Perfection and that's why they must go. That's why in Genesis and its Covenant must go, and the Old Testament and its Covenant must go, and the New Testament and its covenant must give way of the things which were created; of Heaven and the things that are therein, of the earth and the things that are therein and of the Sea and the things that are therein. Such Covenants of Genesis, of the Old Testament and of the New Testament pass away when Heaven and Earth and the Sea pass away. They are no more there. So if you are in build on such a Covenant, what shall be holding you to God? What shall be uniting you to God when they have passed away? When the very covenants and the things of very covenants have passed away? If your Covenant that's holding you is water of Genesis which is the created of God and shall pass away, the sea shall pass away; with its covenant shall pass away. So if that which is uniting you with your God is water of Genesis, then when it passes away you are left there hanging and suspended, you are not bound to God, God does not know you. He will not know you anymore. If you are hanging on the Old Testament of blood which is of the earth which was created, when it passes away, that one pass away, and God does not recognize that. If you are hanging on the New Testament of gifts and tongues and when they pass away, they vanish away and your knowledge vanishes away, you are left suspended in the air. You are left with your hands hanging. You have nothing to unite you with God. That is why finally the most high must come out the scene and provide himself a sacrifice, an excellent sacrifice which when you receive from him, it unites you with him eternally. And that sacrifice he provides for you is not for slaying and cutting off the throat. It's not to be murdered and hanged on some post, being cursed. But that one is just offered a living Sacrifice. We are expecting God to receive a sacrifice for that Eternal covenant. And when that comes to pass, when that climaxes, when that culminates in and God receives that fattened sacrifice based on the Covenant of Eternal things, then it is done. It will be done now. You are now received. You are now accepted. God now receives you into a covenant, into a bond, an eternal bond, an eternal Covenant. That Sevenfold covenant of the Sevenfold rainbow, you are received in. And you are given the ring; the Rainbow ring. You receive the rainbow ring. Now it is done. The message, the message, the message, get the message, get the message. The message get into your heart, let it sink in, the message. This message this hour. This message, this hour this message, this hour and this message from the rainbow, from the excellent glory, from the highest with the Ring of his Covenant, let me give you, into a marriage covenant from New Jerusalem.


There have already been three marriage covenants which have been found with fault. The marriage covenant of Genesis was found with fault and was broken; there was a divorce. The marriage covenant of the Old Testament was found with fault and there was a divorce. They wrote a letter of divorcement. Then the New Testament marriage Covenant has been found with fault and there has been a divorce. There is one more marriage covenant whose ring is the rainbow. Hope you are ready to receive it. It is not based on what you've done. It is not based on your works; it's not based on your fair speech, it is based on himself who has made the Covenant and who has provided himself with the sacrifice. You just come in free, you have no question to answer; the final marriage covenant. The first marriage covenant of Genesis and Sarah stands there, the second marriage covenant of the Old Testament, Hagar stands there, is Mount Sinai, but Sarah is Mount Zion which is on Earth. Genesis, Sarah is mount Zion, when you see Sarah you see Mount Zion, when you see Hagar you see Mount Sinai; the Old Testament, when you see Mary you see the Holy Mountain; that Holy Mountain, Mount of transfiguration. When you see Mary you see Mount of transfiguration’ the New Testament based on Mary; the woman there is Mary, the covenants About Mary, but it has been broken because they have dishonored it. The Catholics have dishonored it, the Protestants have dishonored it, the Pentecostals have dishonored it themselves and made themselves vile, and the rest of them all. So it has been broken; that marriage covenant has been broken; is breakable, is not eternal. There is one more covenant, there is one more woman. There is one more mountain. Because Hagar is mound of Sinai, that's the Old Testament, Sarah its Mount Zion – Genesis, Mary is Mount of transfiguration - the New Testament, we are looking for some other woman of some other Covenant. It’s a Covenant of excellent Glory with a holy mountain. In the Excellence Glory there is a Holy Mountain, there’s a holy city. It’s the bride the lamb’s wife. There’s somewhere someplace a woman has to be arrayed with the fine linen. So that as we see Hagar we see Sinai, when we see Sarah we see Zion, when we see Mary we see Mount transfiguration, then when we see some woman somewhere, some bride somewhere then we are seeing the Holy Mountain from the excellence Glory. In the holy city in the excellence Glory. The final Covenant; these others have been broken. Their marriages were broken. They were cut asunder because they can be broken. But there is one more marriage covenant; the marriage of the Lamb. That's where there's no divorce. Hallelujah. In that covenant there is no divorce. It's just union from above. One more marriage covenant. One more true covenant, that testament is perfect; marriage covenant of the Lamb.


So this message, this hour, this message from the rainbow, let it sink into your heart and hold it there because it's going to bring up something. It's going to bring forth into something. It's going to be brought forth into something. It's going to bring forth a birth into something. The veil is going to rent and it will bring you into the presence of the most high and the excellent Glory will come down, divine love will engulf you and it will be done. Perfection of perfection. So there now in that Covenant, there is no fault, there is no question, there is no unseemliness, there’s no some other Behavior. There is no anything funny. There's nothing like fault, there's no question but perfection. And you have conduct and your running your business in that Covenant when Divine Love takes over and charity settles in your heart, your ordering of things and operations is just exactly, just excellent Glory, there's nothing else. There's nothing else. There's no unseemliness. There is nothing like you feel like you are esteemed; that one does not occur. The very thought, the very feeling does not occur. So you just operate perfectly, like God himself like yourself, and things just go on the line; perfection upon perfection. That is what we are supposed to look forward to. For this has gotten old, the New Testament has become old, in fact twice older than the Old Testament. The New Testament has become twice older than the Old Testament; it is stinking. It is stinking in the nostrils of God. Look at the state of these Catholics called the New Testament People, look at the state of these Protestants, look at the state of these Pentecostals with the all braggish and boasting and high-minded and know-it-alls and showing off. How they stink and their ill savor has come up to God's nostril and he has looked outside and he has sneezed. Hallelujah. One more sacrifice, one more testament, one more Covenant from the excellence Glory in the mountain of the Lord. His Excellence Glory in the mountain of the Lord shall be seen. God shall provide himself a sacrifice acceptable and will take care of that question once and for all. Isn't it not happiness? Isn't it not joy unspeakable? God himself now. Genesis failed, the Old Testament, the New Testament has failed and failed three times. Now the most high himself comes and takes the place; takes the stage to order everything and bring everything to Victory; that glorious victory. Now he orders everything and now goes for victory. That is himself now, no depending on you anymore. He's not depending on anything about you; your tricks and your dances. How you tried to dance to please him. All your tactics, tricks in dancing, he only was amused. You thought he was laughing because he was happy only to realize that he was amused. He was amused with your tactics. With all that he was amused, you thought he was happy? That's the New Testament tactics and tricks. So given up on all those tricks, wait on him who has told you that he will do. Now wait on him and believe him. Don't try anything; don't try anything, no need. Don't base on anything anymore because water failed, blood failed, spirit has failed. Don't try to look there again and try some trick to please God. That trick is not going to please God at all. Don't depend on that anymore, don't count it, God is not counting it, he's not even asking it from you. Why disturb yourself, God is not even asking from you anything, he is going to provide himself a sacrifice pleasing unto him which you slay, which you can harm, which you don't hurt, which you don't slay the throat. An acceptable sacrifice in the final Covenant of the final Testament for the final Union. Just received that now into your heart for the praise of the glory of His holy name. Amen.

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