The Stapler of Second Chances
What happens when you are told to do something once and don’t do it? Do you give that person a second chance?
What if your child obeyed your instructions for seven years and then one day…after much thought…your child decided that it hasn’t hurt them for seven years…and they were told by another continually that you just want to prevent them from being smarter than their parent?
What do you do when the very act took your way of life as God had ordained it away from you? And, that one act…perhaps as simple as removing the family stapler to anther spot in the house…lead to all of your future generations continually being reminded of that action.
Seven years of bliss and now that bliss would turn into a curse. In ‘The Family’ you are either blessed or you are cursed….it’s a choice of that comes from being obedient or dis-obedient….a choice of being good or bad.
Does it seem too harsh of a reminder for 7000 years to humans that they are not to remove the stapler from their workplace and bring it home and now venerate it as something special that their family deserved after the long six-day work week you put in for the last Doesn’t everyone deserve to have a free stapler once in their life…just once? That stapler became a trophy that now no one can move it from it’s location because it could get lost….The item stolen is now lost.
The first action was called stealing by the parents. One of the parents took something that was not theirs and brought it home for the entire family to use. Each time the family members used it they were reminded that it was okay to steal. Now, the same parent that stole the item and brought it into the home expect others in the home not to steal…not to lie…not to covet…not to argue..NOT to SIN…even as their sin sits in the home.
The Family is a unit lead by people that have to be above reproach. But, it is hard for man to be above reproach because of the sin-nature that dwells within him. This sin-nature lets man show his love to others. Without having a nature that could sin man is a robot.
Sin nature in man is not a bad thing. It is a thing that all must admit. Over the years as the children go to work in the world they will each bring home their own trophy, perhaps a stapler; I did. The stapler could bite them in it’s pricking their finger or it can be a blessing to even electrically staple an item. But, in seven years they may need a different stapler with different technology…as the family wants the latest and greatest on planet earth.
Because of the nature to want the best in life, man has become kingdom builders as Cain. Cain seemed okay leaving the presence of God in order to do things his way. He would be allowed to marry the woman over whom he became jealous…the first female born would be his. And, he made sure he would have her as his trophy by eliminating the competition…his brother. Seven years was the age difference between each of the first three children born to Adam and Chanoh (Eve).
Awan was beautiful and Cain was the eldest, but Able had the personality of sweetness as he loved animals. Cain was a man of the field, more ruddy and demanding as firstborn’s tend to be spoiled. Cain’s countenance was no longer perfect with The Lord and what he wanted to give him as an offering…should have been good enough, but it wasn’t. Cain was saving up for his future bride and needed to win her hand. His jealous heart was showing as they all got older.
Seven years….of struggle between each of them….the struggle for the ‘Bride.’ Even David sat outside Jerusalem as he reigned in Hebron for seven years. He then finished 33 years in Jerusalem for a total of 40 years as king. His young son Solomon reigned from Jerusalem for 40 years. Forty days and forty nights pattern throughout men’s lives showing us the pattern of 80…The Eighth Day, the 8000th year.
Adam and Chanoh are moved to a different land in Year Eight.
Adam and Chanoh were blessed for seven years in the Gan of Eden but not before Adam was consecrated forty days and forty nights. Chanoh would be double that as her time was eighty days and eighty nights.
It was a perfect plan that looked to the first 4000 years to The Seed and then the next 4000 years would project to The King that wanted to marry his bride….Chanoh was the bride of whom Adam waited 80 days. We are the bride for whom Yeshua ha Messiach is coming.
Seven years had passed and Adam’s life was a paradise. It was so perfect that there just had to be more…right? But, it would be his bride that turned his head…even though he had lived in the Gan of Eden 40 days longer and was the one responsible for her. The ‘church’ today is considered God’s bride. But what church on the earth qualifies? The Bride will be pure in heart and obeying instructions while looking forward to her King to reign.
The ‘nature of choice’ has always been built into man. The bird’s ‘nature of choice’ is known as migration when the temperatures get cold. All animals have a systems built into them called, instinct or torah (self-instruction).
Man though, because he is also a spirit…made in the image of The Creator…has a ‘choice nature’ which then shows their attitude of obedience or disobedience. The Creator did not desire to dwell with robots. He choose to dwell with a spirit that could decide to enjoy what The Creator enjoyed.
Today’s stolen stapler previously had the form of a fruit hanging on a tree in the Gan of Eden. The music hymnal brought home from church to enjoy at the piano for good purposes was also that fruit that hung in the Gan of Eden. The pen taken from the store after signing the credit card is that same fruit now taken into your pocket.
Sin abounds…but then there is ‘grace.’ Everyone likes to claim that as it makes their conscious clear. And what about the stolen pen that continues to be held in your child’s hand. It is a reminder of our own ‘choice nature’ carried forward to those now writing with it.
The ‘Choice Nature’ is good and yet it brings realization of wrong. So, what good is it? It is good in the fact…and this is the most important fact to learn…that we can choose sin and need help with that. Without this recognition about ourselves as not being perfect, then we are just a ‘robot’ to God. People today even type in characters to claim, “I am not a robot.”
The Choice Nature has consequence. It’s called a ‘second’ chance. But, if people want to continue to honor ‘the stapler’ in their home as a worthy object to venerate and not lose it…even though it’s a stolen item…then a ‘second’ chance isn’t ready to happen. The venerated item has to be returned….and no longer venerated. Even after the return it has to be publicly declared, ‘returned.’ That is where ‘sin’ is defeated.
The declaration of the ‘offense’ has to be claimed and then the one offended determines what to do next. God is the one that is offended and his resolve would cost him the death of the God-son. His Spirit would come into a body that lived because it was filled with parasites to balance it from deteriorating. It was a humiliating thing but God in the flesh humbled himself to do it for Final Redemption. In fact, he came in the form of a man that was not comely. He was not good looking and then after his scourging no one could even recognize him as even his beard had been pulled out.
Forgiveness Comes By The Owner
It is He who has made us….not we ourselves…Psalm 100
The parent can forgive and yet retribution is necessary be paid for the offense. If the ‘stapler’ is now seven years old, it has shown wear and tear. The retribution might be to buy a new one for the company from whom it was stolen. Or, every seven years there would be a type of memorial for that stapler.
Our Creator did find a way for Adam and Chanoh to continue on the earth. After taking seven years to be deceived, they finally gave in to their temptation to be gods…to be God…to know what God knew…good and evil…their wish came true. They would know that they were human beings naked before their Creator. They were out of fellowship…spiritually naked and physically naked.
Next, they were given instructions (torah) to live by. It went from one “Don’t Eat”…to many, “Do This.”
To be reminded of their humanity and their failure, they were promised a Seed…God’s Seed…that He would one day come in the flesh to dwell with them. They wanted more than The Spirit of God in their lives they wanted to see God. Their request was answered at year 4000 where he several times fasted and prayed 40 days and 40 nights re-setting the pattern to the future…yet to be revealed.
A good stapler would now be to promised to them. It was called, The Seed. This ‘Seed Stapler’ would attach the ‘wrong doings of man’ to itself. It’s spring would stretch forth until it attached everything to itself. The Seed Stapler was likened to The One Seed that could sprout up cracking through the hardened ground of men’s spirits and attach them to Himself. But, only if they agreed to RETURN and REPENT to The Seed Stapler’s owner.
Return means that they had been somewhere before. They had been assigned to be caregivers in The Creator’s personal garden He had planted. After seven years there seem to be a sense of being released from this garden. They had enjoyed The Master but questions were entering in as to how long this perfect world could last. Their names were written in The Master’s ledger and everyday The Master paid them with food and fun in their paradise.
Today, we can look back and see that The Suffering Seed was Yeshua the Messiah. He came opening the gates (letter dahlet, 4) at year 4000. Adam’s free-will problem was not a problem at all. Free-will is the door to salvation. It is the door we enter to choose: Blessing or Pre-determined cursing. The Torah (instructions) lay out the correct way to receive blessing…such as honoring your parents…comes with a blessing. Those reading The Book of Revelation comes with a blessing for studying it. John’s Revelations of the Messiach Yeshua was all right there for the Bride to understand. He was pictured in the churches and if they were doing things correct or not correctly… Did they point to His coming by continuing to tell the stories of Adam, Noach, Daniel and Job? Or, was this new stapler so sophisticated that new things and ways had to be made in order to impress the future children. Could these large cathedrals placed in every city and around the world be wrong? Yes, one day there would be no need for a stapler because there wasn’t any paper left to staple. Life seemed to be going back to the ‘invisible.’
What are the invisible patterns that run through the earth? How are they part of the Revelation of Jesus Christ?
It will be another 4000 years for Adam’s free-will bride problem to be resolved and her being given back to him. This plan is told us by looking at all of the examples that continue to run through history and recorded not only in the Bible by historical books, and eclipses and hurricanes and leaders of the earth and more.
The story began with Adam being created on Day Six…the letter known as Vav. It means to connect, and. Man is connected to God by the spirit given him. Thus, we know the number six as a representation of man. In fact, we know that 666 is a very strong man…very very very good or very very very bad. When something is said twice or more…the parent is very serious about what is being said.
Man created on Creation Day Six.
Woman created on Adam’s Day Seven.
Woman created on Creation Day Thirteen.
Adam has surgery on Day Seven………he was put to sleep during his surgery…he was resting on his 7th day. Just as The Creator rested on Day Seven to start this pattern He knew Adam was the beginning of The Pattern. Even King David will spend seven years in Hebron before moving to The Holiest of Cities on the earth.
On Adam’s ‘Eighth Day’ the Groom and Bride Chanoh began their days of consecration. We, too will have a special ‘consecration’ with a new location on that “Eighth Day”. It is not the end but the beginning of what is planned.
Adam may not physically be with her in the land from which he was made as he recovers from his side womb. Adam’s side-wound shows The Seed’s side womb to come in 4000 years. Once Adam’s forty days are complete he is 47 days old. He was prepared by Day 47 and then placed into the Gan of Eden on his Day 48. This pattern shows up in The Nation of Isra’el today as they were ready in the fall of 1947, but not confirmed by The Nations until 1948.
The United States Congress was against United States President Harry S Truman of Independence, Missouri recognizing Israel as a nation. They knew it meant immediate war and that could just be too much for such a young country. President Truman crossed out the name Palestine and wrote in Isra’el. He knew their correct name was in The Bible. War with Israel immediately broke out by her brother nations in three days in Spring 1948. Seventy years later they have changed their name. They are not to be called The Nation of Israel but, Israel.
Adam is 40 day old on Cheshvan 10. He is 47 days old when he is ready to be placed in, The Gan of Eden. Thus, we see him placed in the Gan of Eden 17 Cheshvan. Tishrei 1 is known as Day Six of Creation. Elul 25 is known as Creation Day One. The months are Elul, Tishrei, Cheshvan..fall months. Adam falls down in the Fall as well as being lifted up after seven years in the Fall.
Adam’s entry into the Gan is confirmed by Noach’s entry of loading the ark. Adam is created on 1 Tishrei and Noach’s ark is finished 1 Tishrei. Supplies are being loaded for forty days and forty nights (1 Tishrei to 10 Cheshvan).
The living animals and humans were all in place when The Creator Elohim recorded the closing of the ark door on Cheshvan 10. Both Adam and Noach are placed into their new locations Month Two Day Ten. Today, it is called 10 Cheshvan. In seven days Noach’s flood of birthing waters would begin on 17 Cheshvan.
On Adam’s seventh day he took part of himself to give to make the woman that would be his bride. When he enters the Gan he will be age 47 days or to be exact…after completing his 40 days…he is now 48 days of age.
Month One is Tishrei and Month Two is Cheshvan.
Ten is a number set apart by The Creator as a ‘days of awe’. They are days that man is given to bring something about….think about it….make it happen…decide atonement or judgment. Ten is represented by the letter ‘yood’ and is also represented by a closed hand…representing a strong hand.
A cute made-up story by early Sages. The ‘yood’ can never be removed…as Solomon had tried to do as the little ‘yood’ complained to Elohim that he was being removed…and God said, “Not even a yot or tittle…much less you little ‘yood’ can be removed..not even by Solomon.” There is nothing in Yahweh’s words or stories that can be changed.
Solomon’s early wisdom was from the Spirit of God and later his wisdom was found in horses and came from his wives.
The ‘yood’ today stands for The strong hand of Elohym.
The ‘yood’ is the smallest letter (י) and yet the most powerful. It is the number Ten representing God’s hand.
After seven years Adam was removed from the Gan of Eden….but it was really 7 years and 42 days…because it is declared that they were removed at the rosh chodesh of Month Four. That would be 1 Tevet. (Tishrei, Cheshvan, Kislev, Tevet)
This is also the exact time that Noach’s family now leaves the ark at 1 Tevet. Interestingly, these are the last two days of Chanukah, known as The Feast of Dedication or Festival of Lights. Adam and Noach have lives that point exactly to fall dates of deception ending with judgment…on the same days…exactly. 10 Cheshvan to 17 Cheshvan to 1 Tevet.
The Creator stayed dedicated to Adam but He also is dedicated to judgment for recognized sin. Adam did repent and moved forward in another location…the old soil from which he was made. Now, exactly 1333 years later, judgment was no longer delayed. All men were turning away from the ways of Elohim just like fallen Cain.
Noach’s name meant ‘comfort’. He was born to bring The Creator comfort. His generations were found to be righteous and they were saved to begin a new world. Chanukah is about God’s dedication….he is our Festival of Light that we look to. After 40 day and nights the SON shone forth and there was once again light. The Creator never forgot about Noach’s family, as the word ‘remembered’ means that He ‘stayed dedicated’ to his plan of redemption.
In fact, Noach pictures Adam in getting on the ark and also Adam’s consecration time to go in the Gan of Eden. And, Noach’s family is held back in getting off the ark to the exact time that their waters stopped roaring after 40 days and 40 nights. It was now 1 Tevet of which Adam and Chanoh were also held back and kept in the Gan of Eden until 1 Tevet, also the rosh chodesh of Month Four.
These patterns are key to our future. It would be good to remember that they each had 42 days (7×6 = 42) set out in patterns several times…and at the same time of year…Cheshvan, Kislev to Tevet.
The numbers of 40 and 42 are attached to a human pregnancy and a cow’s pregnancy. 42 days is likened to 42 weeks and also 42 years. These are the patterns that stretch out through history that are ours to investigate. Nine months and 20 days is 42 weeks.
Adam and Chanoh lives were to show that all men will sin. The ‘Comfort Spirit’ is seen in even Noach’s name meaning, Comfort.
The book Adam’s Umbilical Cord will go into detail about patterns and show examples for us to ‘believe it or not’. But, instead of Ripley’s Believe it or Not…it will be up to you to, “Believe God or Not.” It’s His pattern and His hand on the earth…to bring it all to a “new beginning” after all the staplers are returned and publicly professed. It will be The Creator who decides to not erase a name from a list that already has your name on it.
You are sealed and only you can hand God the eraser and walk away…as Cain did. If all are saved, then a Savior is not needed. Man carries around the ‘eraser’ but our Savior keeps re-writing your name in front of the judge. He writes His name on the board redeemed by The God-Son’s atoning blood.
Even after murder, The Creator wanted Cain to return to His ways. It was Cain that said, ‘No.’ In The Creator’s grace He marked Cain with a sign on his head so no man would harm him. Our Creator is the judge of all….we look to His instructions on how to handle murderers. God had mercy on Cain…He bestowed ‘grace’ on Cain by lifting him up and letting him build cities that he named after himself and his children. He does tell us to enjoy ourselves now because if this is what you want…you had better enjoy it without hurting anyone else…because that is all there will be for you…no ‘eternal’ happiness…so enjoy today what it brings…and keep your stapler…lol.
You can remain His…just as Adam remained…as we all look to that New Gan of Eden that The Creator is designing…that will sit on the earth that takes the shape of a phylactery rectangular box wore by Orthodox Jews. It is being prepared for those who desire to dwell there. If we continue to say that this will not be so…then we just have not seen enough patterns that point to it. And, blessed are those that believe without seeing….for their reward will be great.
Adam’s Day of Deception: 17 Cheshvan; Month Two, Day 17.
Noach’s Day of Flood: 17 Cheshvan; Month Two, Day 17.
After sitting 7 days, Noach’s pregnancy flood waters broke forth from above and below. The ark doors closed 10 Cheshvan with water breaking 17 Cheshvan.
The Day of Deception was The Day of God’s Comfort. The waters of baptism were released. The pregnancy waters of 40 days and 40 nights began for Adam and Chanoh before and on their exit from the Gan of Eden. Noach and Emzara’s birthing waters poured forth the same exact 40 days and 40 nights. A different world was prepared for each of them on the same exact days. At the end of our 4000 years and 4000 years we too are told of a New City coming….Ruled by The Seed…The Sprout…Our Banner…King of Kings…Our Comforter…Our Wonder!
The Comforter is the spirit inside of us so we can chew clean meat and not just drink milk. We are to grow up and embrace the stories. There is reward and safety for those that give ‘remembrance’ of the times and are witness to the pattern of God.
P.S. My husband told me he never stole a stapler…hmm…I guess I was a secretary and had good access. lol…not!
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Thank you kindly, sister. Glorious nourishment. Blessings, Sabine