Annals of the Kingdom – III

Dear Reader,

Over the next five days we shall continue with a series we began earlier in the year – Annals of the Kingdom. We trust you will follow along with us… Here are links to Part I & Part II …..


Man was created and placed on the loftiest of all pedestals. In the beginning, the worlds were framed by the Word that came forth from the Infinite One. God became the Creator of the entire universe that moment He spoke all into being. Herein is hid the mystery of the God head! 

God became creator; all creation worshiped Him!

The Creator became King – by His Word he held all things created in order – and His subjects revered Him in humble service! And then there was disorder and rebellion; a casting out and a destruction of the first order; and then a re-creation with man in the image of God-given mandate to rule the earth…a mandate which was usurped by a fallen arch-angel…

Permit me to part the curtains…

Permit me to bring to you the written accounts of history before time was born and the clock set to tick. In the backdrop of eternity; the beginning of beginning – yea, the beginning before the beginning!

What remains do we have from before time?

23 I beheld the earth, and indeed it was without form, and void; And the heavens, they had no light. 24 I beheld the mountains, and indeed they trembled, And all the hills moved back and forth. 25 I beheld, and indeed there was no man, And all the birds of the heavens had fled. 26 I beheld, and indeed the fruitful land was a wilderness, And all its cities were broken down At the presence of the Lord, By His fierce anger.27 For thus says the Lord: The whole land shall be desolate; Yet I will not make a full end. 28 For this shall the earth mourn, And the heavens above be black, Because I have spoken. I have purposed and will not relent, Nor will I turn back from it [Jeremiah 4: 23-28]

It is the glory of the eyes of the prophetic to peer into eternity and unhinge time from the doorposts of outlined events such that for the unschooled, it would be less difficult to grasp understanding. Such is the complexion in which the above scripture is cast. Here, “deep calls out to deep at the sound of the water sprout.”

Who will speak? Who will discern and understand?




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