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The Mystery Explained

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Croft, Terral (Author)
RELIGION / Biblical Studies / General
Salem Publishing Solutions
Xulon Press
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God's wisdom hidden in plain sight was discovered through decades of dedicated research utilizing combined testimony of His three witnesses of spirit, blood and water testifying from Genesis 1:1 through Revelation. God placed the primer for breaking His true Bible code in the words of Genesis 1:1 where God (spirit witness) created the heaven (blood witness) and earth (water witness). These three singularity hosts are then broken into two witnesses of spirit and water allowing the blood witness to be begotten to testify for the original singularity host, establishing the pattern for all three-witness mystery sets in God's Living Word. The Father (spirit), Son (blood) and Holy Spirit (water) comprise the three witnesses testifying for heaven of Genesis 1:1 that corresponds to the Word of John 1:1-3 where "My Father who is in heaven" derives His name. Jesus Christ is the Word made flesh who dwelt among us, as the Son of God (begotten blood witness) with the Father (spirit witness) and Holy Spirit (water witness) in Him. God divided the earth of Genesis 1:1 into the waters above (heavens; spirit witness) and waters below (earth; water witness), so the two were rejoined to beget heaven (blood witness) of Genesis 1:8 to follow the same mystery-process pattern. Knowing the stories of God's Bible witnesses, and their relationships, allow the reader to hear the combined testimony, as angel song emerging from His Living Word like a symphony; for those God's chooses to know His wisdom hidden in plain sight.
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