Twins

“.. nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom..” Matt.24:7, Luke 21:10

And the LORD said to her, “Two nations are in your womb; and two peoples shall be separated from your body” Gen.25:23

When her days to be delivered were fulfilled,

behold, there were twins in her womb. Gen.25:24

There are two churches growing in the field: the true and the fake. Two nations are growing up together, and they grow up in the same house, where they struggle together “within her”. Esau disregards his birthright. He satisfies and pleases himself. Esau marries heathens; he is spiritually unfaithful. He stays proud; he is of the flesh. He receives judgment and doom. He builds his own kingdom, serving self. He is a usurper. Esau rises himself to exalted power on the earth. He is revealed first. He is apostate. Esau hates Jacob. He wants to kill him.

Jacob treasures his birthright. Jacob desires and pleases God. He is spiritually faithful to God. He becomes humble, he is of the Spirit. He receives the blessed promises and the inheritance of God Himself. He builds the kingdom of God, serving Christ. He is chosen and beloved of God. Jacob humbly kneels under the blood of Christ. He is revealed second. He is faithful. Jacob loves God. Jacob prays for protection and trusts God by faith. He believes and trusts the promises of God. Jacob contends, he strives, fights and persists to have God. Jacob seeks God’s favor and he weeps in prayer.  Jacob pleads for God’s blessing. He wants to know Him and commune with Him! Jacob strives with God in intimate relationship and prevails. Jacob strives with men in order to be faithful to God.

 

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10 thoughts on “Twins

  1. Behold there were twins!
    Surprise!
    They are both gestating, forming, growing at the same time.
    Two different groups inside the same Matrix Church; two shall be separated out from
    “her body”.

  2. Preach it sister. The elder shall serve the younger…. we see it all through scripture… Cain and Abel, Aaron and Moses, Jacob and Esau, David the youngest of his brothers… all examples of people who sought after God who wanted him, who said I will not let go unless you bless me, who lived to please God and not the flesh, which is what the church needs to do right now

  3. Hi Anthony! It was a blessing meeting you and the others; church for 10 hours I love it! Thankful for the teaching, sharing, edifying with one another. Keep in touch little brother.

  4. “There are two churches growing in the field: the true and the fake. Two nations are growing up together, and they grow up in the same house, where they struggle together ‘within her’. ”

    Wow! Never looked at it that way. Truly insightful. This opens up a new door for me when talking of Genesis 25. Thank you, sister. Glory to God!

  5. Amen Paul, Two kingdoms warring within. Esau the faker who really loves self, Jacob the true who really loves God. Esau satisfies his flesh, Jacob just wants God more than anything. Esau wants Jacob dead. But Jacob loves and is loved of God.

    This was going on in the Church during the time of Jesus, and it keeps recapitulating in history, all the way to the end.

  6. Loretta
    God bless you for getting the truth out in a dry land of mirges, This is absolutly the truth of the two nations in Rebacka’s womb. Yet the apostae churches have never taught it. Why? because they are the tares, and the tares hate their brother Jacob and seek to inherit the kingdom for themselves. The wicked husbandmen.

    “Esau said in his heart”
    Genesis 27:41 (((And Esau hated Jacob))) because of the blessing wherewith his father blessed him: and, The days of mourning for my father are at hand; then will I slay my brother Jacob.

    So we see it was actually Esau who first hated.

    Those of the flesh hate those of Gods Spirit. Satan the wicked one planted tares and his harvest is the children of the flesh.

    Bill

  7. Sorry that last verse was not complete 27-41

    Genesis 27:41 And Esau hated Jacob because of the blessing wherewith his father blessed him: and Esau said in his heart, The days of mourning for my father are at hand; then will I slay my brother Jacob

    Bill

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