The Great Voice of Mystery Babylon

In yesterday’s blog we posted an interview of former Congressman Devin Nunes who is now the CEO of the Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG). We suggested readers take the time to listen to that enlightening interview because it provides an excellent background briefing for understanding this, and probably one or more subsequent Bible study blogs.

This study is taken from my Bible lecture, which was recorded at our Stone Kingdom Fellowship (SKF) monthly gathering in Georgia in December of 2019. For context, recall that this was when Donald J. Trump (DJT) was still in the office of President, and almost no one had ever heard of Covid-19.

At that time, we had long before (in 2015) concluded our very lengthy series of studies explicating Mystery Babylon and the Stone Kingdom. In reality, however, after 69 lectures on that subject, it can truthfully be said that it was more the case that we pressed the pause button,” because that study could have been expanded to scores more lectures. And thus, we keep the door open to revisit that series with new lectures as appropriate and as time permits.

We then commenced a series of lectures called The Kingdom of God & the Kingdom of Heaven (which we called simply The Kingdom of God, {KoG} for short). We also pressed the pause button on that series after 52 lectures.

As with most of my Bible teaching lectures, this was a progressive study. In other words, we begin by laying out the most basic and fundamental concepts, and progress forward, getting deeper and deeper as we lay line-upon-line.

It could be likened to a person studying trigonometry or calculus whereby it is assumed that the student has mastered the fundamentals of arithmetic, geometry, and algebra before attempting to tackle the more advanced subjects.

Thus, this is a caveat to all readers (Bible students). Welcome, but remember the foregoing if something herein seems wrong (and maybe it is, we are open to correction), but it may more likely be the case that we have probably covered the reader’s present sticking point” somewhere along the line as we progressed to the present lecture.

So, the following is drawn from Lecture #39 in our KoG series. It is simultaneously #9 in the miniseries, Parables of the Kingdom, which is within the overall KoG series. The title of this lecture is Decoding the Parable of the (Inter-) Net, part two; subtitled The Great Voice of Mystery Babylon.

For reference, here is the complete parable of the net:

Matthew 13:47 Again, the kingdom of heaven is like unto a net, that was cast into the sea, and gathered of every kind:

48 Which, when it was full, they drew to shore, and sat down, and gathered the good into vessels, but cast the bad away.

49 So shall it be at the end of the world: the angels shall come forth, and sever the wicked from among the just,

50 And shall cast them into the furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth.

In part one, we had begun to decode the parable of the net. Due to time constraints, I had to cut off the lecture in mid-sentence. To say mid-sentence is, of course, hyperbole, but I did have to stop rather abruptly in the middle of analyzing one specific symbol in our Lord’s parable; namely, what the sea represents. Thus, we shall provide a brief review of part one, and then continue from precisely where we left off.

We saw in part one that the parable of the net has many similarities to the parable of the wheat and the tares, which we have expounded in prior lectures. That is why we are skipping over the other parables in Matthew 13. We will come back to them in later lectures.

In both the wheat and the tares and the parable of the net, we find that both deal with the end of the age—concerning which, it is our firm belief that we are now there —a belief based on much historical and recent evidence.

These parables teach us that, at the end of the age, the kingdom of God, the kingdom of heaven, if you will, that the kingdom contains both the wicked and the righteous… with many people in between, sitting on the fence, as it were—hmmm, just as it was in the days of Elijah when he had the showdown with the prophets of Baal.

Please realize that when we say the righteous,” we do not mean that they are morally perfect. None of us in mortal bodies have achieved, nor will we ever achieve perfection in these mortal bodies.

Complete and perfect righteousness will only occur when we are awarded our incorruptible and immortal bodies. Therefore, when we speak of the righteous,” we are speaking of those who have placed their faith in Jesus Christ.

In other words, the righteous” are Christian believers, and as such, we are imputed the righteousness of Jesus Christ by faith in His shed blood on our behalf.

As we explored this parable, we also noticed that there were three accounts of the calling” of Peter and perhaps of his brother, Andrew, and their fishing business partners, James and John, as well. It seemed to fit the pattern of three’s which are often found in the Scriptures.

Thus, we likened the three callings to the three phases of salvation: our justification, our sanctification and ultimately our glorification. Similarly, it is our Passover experience, our on-going Pentecost experience, and ultimately, it will be our Tabernacles experience.

Just a little more review is necessary in order to connect us to where we left off last time. The net is cast into the sea. We were exploring the symbolic meaning of the word sea.” The sea represents the vast and varied sea of humanity.

To support that, we examined a verse in Isaiah, and then we went to Jeremiah 6 and then to Jeremiah 50. In Jeremiah, chapter 50, we discovered that God foretold the fall and destruction of ancient Babylon in verse 42.

In that verse, Jeremiah described the people who would cause Babylon to fall, by using a figure of speech to say that their voice shall roar like the sea.”

Jeremiah 50:42 They shall hold the bow and the lance: they are cruel, and will not shew mercy: their voice shall roar like the sea, and they shall ride upon horses, every one put in array, like a man to the battle, against thee, O daughter of Babylon.

I suggested that the destruction of Babylon described in these latter chapters of Jeremiah applies to prophetic Babylon in our era because it says in…

Jeremiah 51: 42: The sea is come up upon Babylon: she is covered with the multitude of the waves thereof.

Babylon’s prophetic name, Mystery Babylon the Great, was dictated to John as he penned the book of Revelation. We know that Jeremiah 51:42 must refer to Mystery Babylon in our day and age because, first of all, the ancient city of Babylon was many miles from the literal sea—over 300 miles, to be more precise.

The Persian Gulf, the nearest sea, has never flooded ancient Babylon, to the best of my knowledge. So, it has to be about prophetic Babylon. Secondly, notice what it says in verse 43.

43 Her cities [plural] are a desolation, a dry land… etc.

Well, if Babylon is going to be covered with the waves of the seas, how is it that it is a dry land? It is obviously meant to be symbolic and prophetic! Next, God says:

Jeremiah 51: 44 And I will punish Bel [Baal] in Babylon, and I will bring forth out of his mouth that which he hath swallowed up: and the nations shall not flow together any more unto him: yea, the wall of Babylon shall fall.

This is about where we concluded last time. By the way, as I was preparing this lecture, it came to my remembrance that when the Medes and Persian armies conquered ancient Babylon, that they did not attempt to tear down the imposing walls around Babylon.

Instead, the brilliant general, Cyrus the Persian, realized that the river Euphrates flowed right through the middle of Babylon thus providing a very reliable water supply for the city. But he used that very thing to bring about Babylon’s demise.

He stopped the flow of the river outside the wall and then their troops were able to go into Babylon by way of the river bed and under* the wall* and under the cover of night. When Babylon’s King Belshazzar heard the dreadful news, he could not stop his knees from going wobbly.

He had good reason to fear because he lost his head that night and the city was taken without many casualties. It was as though Cyrus came in and said, Folks, there’s a new sheriff in town!” Hmmm, do you see any parallels today in America? Hmmm. Keep that in mind.

In verse 44, Jeremiah’s prophecy about the wall of Babylon falling, that did come to pass later on over the centuries, but the wall was not breached in the night that Babylon fell to the Medes and Persians.

Now, I am admittedly wading into some considerable details here and so I will tell you why this is so important for us today in America to understand. It is because as I concluded the previous message, I suggested to you the following possible fulfillment of that prophecy.

I paraphrased that last clause in verse 44 by saying: Yes indeed, the wall Street of Mystery Babylon shall fall.” In other words, since the wall of ancient Babylon did not fall when the city was conquered, can we expect that, when it is being fulfilled in our day, that Mystery Babylon might just fall in the same manner?! I will have more on that later in this lecture.

You see, I was not merely trying to be witty or funny when linking the literal wall of Babylon with the Wall Street of Mystery Babylon. I was quite serious. Because I then quoted Revelation 18, verse 4, where God says, Come out of her, my people… and so forth. I told you that if I had any money in Wall Street, I know what I would be doing.

As I closed last time, those in my live audience chuckled when I encouraged all of you to stay tuned for more on the parable of the INTER-net. They were chuckling—not scoffing—because they are all aware of where this Bible study is headed.

They were not scoffing in the least; but I know there are some listeners who will scoff and think it ridiculous to connect the internet to our Lord’s parable of the net, and to connect Wall Street to the fall of Babylon. That’s okay.

Because at this point in the lecture, they will either hear, or they might turn me off. It is up to the heavenly Father to ordain who among them has ears to hear and eyes to see. So, for those who will see and hear, let us begin to connect some dots, shall we?

First, do you think that the Almighty Creator of the universe, who is omniscient and who inspired the holy Christian Bible to be written, do you think that He knew that at this juncture in history that there would exist an enormously powerful and ubiquitous communication device called the internet? Of course, He did.

Secondly, do you think that this same omniscient Supreme Being foreknew that there would exist in New York City a place called Wall Street, which has become synonymous with international financial institutions and all that they entail? Of course, He did!

Thirdly, do you think that the heavenly Father could have had Jeremiah and the apostle John be inspired to write things in the ancient Scriptures which would not be understood, and which could not possibly be understood until the 20th and 21st centuries? I certainly believe so.

And fourthly, do you think that our heavenly Father could cause some of us Christians to see those verses as a sort of secret code, hidden in plain sight? I certainly believe that is the case.

And that by understanding the biblical code we would have a greater understanding of His word, and thereby be forewarned and know what we ought to do, in order to avoid much pain and suffering as Mystery Babylon crumbles to dust?

If you agreed with me on those four items, then you are not among the scoffers. Now, the second set of connect-the-dots involves a deeper discussion of Wall Street in connection with the Scriptures.

I shall present a few more things here and now, but for a much deeper understanding of Wall Street, I would suggest you obtain my detailed studies in the series called Mystery Babylon and the Stone Kingdom. You can find the 8-page synopses of the various lectures on my website and choose from the list. (Or, since it is a also a progressive study, start at the beginning and order the first few albums.)

Those lectures will make clear to you how the rise of Financial Mystery Babylon occurred over two centuries ago, and how it has ruled in America for over one hundred years now, and how it is now time for its fall from power.

(To be continued.)


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