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CHAPTER VI
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G-D'S CALENDAR

Part X

To understand yet more completely the order by which G-d will resurrect and “heave out”, i.e. rapture the Living Tabernacle, it will help to study the pattern of encampment and departure of Israel in the wilderness1. G-d’s people (Israel) set out by STAGES, in a specific order2, each at a specific time, thus avoiding confusion. A short listing of the order of DEPARTURE and ENCAMPMENT will clarify even more how G-d has prepared to "break up camp" for his saints on earth, and for the order of their arrival in heaven.
 
 


These seven stages shown to be present in the pitching of the Tabernacle in the wilderness, and in the departure and encampment of the children of Israel completes the seven stages of the RAPTURE of the Tent of Meeting, which is the Body of Messiah, the Assembly [Kehila] of the "Firstborn."

But it does NOT complete the First Resurrection!

The first four groups [most holy - see the pattern of pitching the Tent of Meeting] are caught up to G-d and to His throne, and/or are seen standing in His Presence. According to the pattern in the Tenach, only high priests could enter the Holy of Holies and appear before the Shekinah Presence of G-d by virtue of the atoning blood and their special consecration and anointing. Their anointing, blameless perfection and ministry was "up-to-par" with the holiness G-d's Presence requires, for He is Most Holy. A holiness of a lesser order, such as the "Levitical priesthood" pattern, could not proceed into His Presence. (His greater holiness instantly broke out upon them in the form of fiery flames and slayed them.) 

The next three groups [holy - see again pattern] are also seen in heaven, but not in G-d’s Presence.

The eigth group is seen only after the Marriage Supper of the Lamb and His Return to earth with all His saints. Thrones of judgment are set up (probably twelve thrones for the twelve apostles4) and only then do we see the last group of the First Resurrection, the eigth, being raised from the dead. This group corresponds to the Court of the Tabernacle which was pitched last, common, without anointing, sanctified only by the sin offering.
 
 

1 Nu 2:1-31; 10:1-2, 5-6, 11-28 2 Numbers 9:18, 23
3Compare with John, the “beloved” apostle [see page 89-90], with the church of “Philadelphia”/”Brotherly Love” [Rev. 3:8-10], and with the 144,000 on Mt. Zion with the Lamb who are G-d’s and the Lamb’s OWN portion, the choicest from among all of the redeemed [Rev. 14:1-5]
4 Matthew 19:28; Luke 22:28-30

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Endnotes I; Endnotes II; Endnotes III

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