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The Story of the Sons of Adam, Noah, Abraham, and Israel

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Good day to you Godspeed. In this study, we simply will give an overview of the story of the Bible up to the destruction of Israel and Judah. In the end, we will edify you on a critical event, we believe, will positively alter events for us modern-day. This will then alter prophesies also, and give us all a better understanding of what is really going on in the world today. Are you ready? I hope so. Just so you know, I get absolutely nothing out of this except the joy of you being edified. Let’s begin.

In the beginning, God created “the heaven” and “the earth.”

And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and man became a living soul.

And the Lord God took the man and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it. The Lord God commanded the man, saying, Of every tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat: But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die. And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a help meet for him.

The Lord God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept: and he took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh instead thereof; And the rib, which the Lord God had taken from man, made he a woman, and brought her unto the man. And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman because she was taken out of Man.

What do we have so far?

We have a man and woman ready to rule the earth. Except they are quickly deceived into giving up the dominion of the earth to a chief deceiver. The chief deceiver wanted the earth to operate in a different manner. This manner was separate from the Father’s plan and will.

The serpent, later identified by all his names, which include the dragon, devil, and Satan caused Adam and Eve to enter into mortality. From there, the earth went into a sad apostasy. The first son killed the second and the devil caused division, lies, and injustice all the days of mankind.

The sad fact men did not want to listen directly to the Father caused them to set up churches THAT came with rituals. This was spearheaded by satan and played out by men. Unbeknownst to people today, there are two churches on the earth, the church of the Son of God or Elohim (Christ), and the church of the devil.

There were two churches then also; Adam, after he repented and was baptized, a fact held from the scriptures, was suffered to set up a church. He and his righteous sons taught the fullness of the gospel to the children of men, their lineage speaks in Genesis 5 and Hebrews 11.

Even with all the righteous teaching, mankind could not get right. With the proliferation of sin, the Father had no choice but to destroy it all. But He found grace in Noah and continued the show of life through Noah’s seed. Noah’s three sons, Shem, Ham, and Japheth overspread the world.

However, sin remained in the world.

The sons of Elohim continued in rebellion primarily the sons of Ham who were unhappy they were overlooked for the High office of the Priesthood of the Son of Elohim. That office fell to Shem and his posterity, which also included that the Son of Elohim, the Christ, would come into the world through the family of Shem.

Ham’s sons, Cush and Canaan, began to forge lies that they were the promised seed. That began with Cush’s grandson Nimrod, as he attempted to build a universal one-world government in one local known in scriptures as the tower of Babel. It failed massively because the Most-High destroyed his plans.

The people of the earth were scattered abroad and the plan of the Father continued. He called Abram from the family of Shem to separate himself from his family in Sumer and go to the land of Canaan, a land that would be given to Abram by covenant. Abram obeyed and left with his wife, Sarai, and his nephew, Lot.

Kings of the East and West

At this time, the nations of the world had reestablished themselves; Nimrod still had a stronghold of power, but so did Chedorlaomer, king of Elam. They were the kings of the east. The kings of the west were Bera king of Sodom, and with Birsha king of Gomorrah, Shinab king of Admah, and Shem-eber king of Zeboiim, and the king of Bela, which is Zoar. The kings of the west were the kings of what they now called the land of Canaan. Abram dwelled there.

After Abram’s rescue of Lot, he was widely known in the land as a mighty prince and they knew the Most-High was with him. In fact, his great ancestor, Shem, anointed and blessed him in a ceremony with the bread and wine by the Most-High Elohim.

After this, more promises were made to Abram by the Most-High; land, children, riches, and kings to come out of his loins, including the King of kings. What a mighty honor and blessing. This is one kind of blessing one would give to His friend, and Abram was known as a friend to Elohim (James 2:23, 2 Chronicle 20:7, Isaiah 41:8).

The Promises

As Abram waited on the promises, Sarai encouraged him to be up and do things in regard to the promises and not wait on Elohim to do everything. From that counsel, Sarai gave him a second wife, an Egyptian named Hagar, and Hagar gave him a son, Ishmael. However, this was not what the Father wanted and He appeared to Abram and gave the covenant of the circumcision, and changed his name to Abraham and Sarai’s name to Sarah.

Abraham was then informed that his future son Isaac would carry the birthright blessing. This equates to the presidency of the priesthood of the Son of Elohim, and the promised Seed (Christ) would come through his loins. It happened as the Most-High orchestrated and Isaac was born. He grew and upheld the righteousness of his father Abraham, and married a beautiful woman from back home in Syria named Rebekah.

Isaac and Rebekah had two sons, Esau and Jacob. Before Rebekah gave birth, she knew she was going to have twins, because she could feel them inside her fighting each other. They would fight like this all their days. It got to a point where Esau sold his birthright to Jacob over a meal and Jacob impersonated Esau (at the request of his mother) to secure the family blessings passed from his father Isaac to him.

Crying Esau

Stealing the blessing was the straw, Esau was going to kill Jacob and this led Jacob back to Mesopotamia to the house of Bethuel disguised by his parents for him to find a wife. Unfortunately, he found four wives and ultimately returned to Canaan with thirteen children.

Esau did pretty good for himself also; he married Judith the daughter of Beeri the Hittite and Basemath the daughter of Elon the Hittite. Rebekah did not like this at all and neither did Isaac. Abraham would have been spinning in his cave/grave, had he heard this. However, when Esau saw it pleased his parents to marry from Shem and not Canaan, he married the daughter of Ishmael, Mahalath.

Esau married into the Hittite family structure and began to form a joint nation. They were known as Mount Seir (a Hittite name) but it is worn by the children of Edom today, but that is in actuality a Canaanite-Edomite Alliance. There was an old prophecy that stated, that Canaan would be Shem’s servant.

Jacob’s Marriages

Jacob married Rachel, a beautiful young lady, but she was the younger sister in the family. Laban, her father, forced Jacob, by trickery to marry her older sister first. The older sister was Leah. Leah mothered, for Jacob, Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar, and Zebby (Zebulun). Rachel, Jacob’s love, mothered Joseph and Benjamin.

When Jacob left Syria, he was met by an angel sent by the Father, who adopted Jacob and changed his name to Israel. Israel also patched up a twenty-some-year-old difference with Esau and returned to see his dad, Isaac, and mom, Rebekah.

He was now known in the area of Canaan, thanks to Simeon and Levi, who destroyed an entire village of Hivites because of what the Hivite prince did to their sister Dinah. When news spread how two of the sons of Jacob destroyed an entire village, the people dreaded the sons of Israel. The terror of the Almighty was upon all the cities around about and they did not mess with the sons of Jacob.

Going once, going twice… Sold, to Egypt!

In the process of time, the sons of Jacob grew and Joseph and Benjamin, primarily Joseph were treated much more fairly than the other sons.

He had the spirit of Elohim upon him in great measure and it got him sold into Egypt. While there, he endured hardships, yet he set his mind on the visions and dreams the Father showed him.

These included that he’d be the ruler of Egypt and that his family would come and bow before him. Well, it happened just as the Son of Elohim showed him and he interpreted dreams all the way to becoming the viceroy of Egypt.

His brothers and father came to see him as they came to seek food in Egypt. They came to Egypt because the earth was plagued with a terrible famine. As they sought food, they reunited with each other and Israel blessed Joseph with the birthright of the family. In years prior, when Jacob thought Joseph was deceased, Judah led the family, yet the birthright was given to Joseph and his seed; in addition, the birthright was passed to Ephraim, Joseph’s second son.

Joseph Was a Prophet (His Brothers Initially Didn’t Think So)

Some years later, Jacob (Israel) dies and years later so do Joseph and his generation. However, during his years, Joseph gave many prophecies of the last days which we were not shared in the regular canon of the Bible today. What we do know is he told his children and his brothers’ children that the Most-High would visit them and take them out of Egypt by the hand of Moses.

Yet again, he prophesied, their offspring, the children of Israel would rebel and would go back into captivity and the Son of Elohim would bring them out (of all nations they are scattered in) a second time. Most people do not know about this prophecy.

In Egypt, they were oppressed and the Most-High sent Moses to receive them to Himself. This was done in a dramatic fashion, with plagues, the death of livestock, and the destruction of the Egyptian economy. The children of Israel came out with the wealth and the substance of Egypt but that only made them want to be like Egypt and take over as the chief nation on the earth.

Turned Down Being a Kingdom of Priests

They turned down being a Kingdom of Priests to the Almighty, even after he made a royal covenant with them at Mount Sinai. From this decision, the Levitical priesthood was established, even the Aaronic Priesthood. Keep in mind, this is a lesser priesthood than that of the original priesthood on the earth, the Melchizedek Order, otherwise known as the Order of the Son of God (Elohim).

The children of Israel would now wonder in this priesthood and this form of life, aimlessly for forty years in the wilderness thanks to the negative response from all the tribal leaders except those from the house of Judah and the house of Joseph. When they did find the fortitude to take the land of Canaan promised to them, they were not zealous to destroy all the Canaanites as they were commanded.

They also did not take up all the land that was promised to them.

The children of Israel are the people of the Most-High and the Father made them a special instrument in His hands for the purpose of recovering all the sons of Adam back to Him. He said by the mouth of Amos, “I raised up of your sons for prophets,” and again; “Surely the Lord GOD will do nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto his servants the prophets.”

Again, the great prophet Moses, the great prophet who led the children of Israel out of the land of Egypt wrote, “The secret things belong unto the LORD our God: but those things which are revealed belong unto us and to our children forever, that we may do all the words of this law.”

Therefore, it can be ascertained that the children of Israel hear from the Most-High; especially those who operate in the order of the Son of Elohim, which is otherwise known as the order of Melchizedek. Yet, upon leaving Egypt and wandering in the wilderness aimlessly because of a lack of faith, the children of Israel would not adhere to the Order of the Son of Elohim, nor would they adhere to the Order of Aaron. This led to their on-again, off-again relationship with the Most-High during the days of the judges.

The Days of the Judges

The Most-High sent a judge who would lead them back to the law of the Father, even if they operated through the order of Aaron. They would maintain for a season, then after the death of the judge, they would return to the gods of the nations around them.

A major atrocity took place in the story of the Levite who cut his concubine into 12 pieces and sent her body remains to the heads of the tribes to seek justice. He sought justice because of the wickedness the tribe of Benjamin allowed to happen on their watch. His concubine had been abused and raped mercilessly.

This event resulted in the near annihilation of the entire tribe of Benjamin. This is where this famous quote was derived from; “In those days there was no king in Israel: every man did that which was right in his own eyes.”

Not long after those days, the Father sent a seer amongst the tribes of Jacob. This seer became known as Samuel the prophet. A man named Elkanah had two wives; the name to the one was Hannah, and the name of the second was Peninnah. Peninnah had sons, but Hannah was free of children to her sadness. Elkanah was a member of the Zuph clan of the tribe of Ephraim. His wife Hannah prayed to the Most-High for children and she was granted them by the current High Priest of the Levitical Order, Eli. She promised to give her first son to the Most-High.

Elkanah and Samuel

Well, Elkanah knew Hannah his wife; and the Almighty remembered her. Hannah had conceived and she bares a son, and called his name Samuel, saying, Because I have asked him of the Most-High. As Samuel grew, he was taught how to hear from the Most-High and he became a High Priest of the Melchizedek order among the children of Israel as a prophet. Samuel tried to bring the people back to the order of Melchizedek, but they refused. Instead, they requested to be like the nations and the kings of the nations (Gentiles).

They commanded Samuel as they commanded Aaron, “make us a king to judge us like all the nations.” As one who understands the order of the Son of Elohim, this saddened Samuel. Remember, to reject the order of Melchizedek is to accept the order of satan. Samuel was told to “Hearken unto the voice of the people in all that they say unto thee: for they have not rejected thee, but they have rejected Me, that I should not reign over them.”

Since the days of Adam, mankind has rejected the Only Begotten of the Most-High. The kings of the earth set themselves, and the rulers take counsel together, against the Almighty, and against His Anointed (Christ). Yet, I have set My King upon My holy hill of Zion. I will declare the decree: the Most-High hath said unto Me, Thou art My Son; this day have I begotten thee. Ask of me, and I shall give thee the heathen for your inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the earth for thy possession.

The Decree Has Been Set in the Heavens

This (decree) can be rejected by the people all they want, but the decree is set and will not be turned backed, only time will tell for the enemies of the Most-High. Samuel the Seer appointed Saul from the tribe of Benjamin as king or captain over the Almighty’s people.

This “puppet” king (in the eyes of the Most-High) was appointed by the Son of Elohim to enforce the Levitical Order as a strong schoolmaster for the order of Melchizedek. Therefore, Saul’s job was to listen to Samuel (the Melchizedek priest) and do everything the prophet instructs him to do.

Saul failed miserably at this and was essentially fired as king over Israel. This was a big loss to him, his house, and the tribe of Benjamin. Samuel is from the tribe of Ephraim, which is the house of Joseph. Saul, being from the tribe of Benjamin placed both of Rachel’s son’s tribes, Joseph and Benjamin, as the heads of the children of Israel (at that point).

King David and the Kingdom of Judah

Unfortunately, it didn’t pan out; the kingship was passed onto the tribe of Judah to the house of Jesse, to David, the young shepherd boy. The young shepherd boy turned into a warrior, then into a king, and ruled the house of Judah and Israel.

He secured the house of Judah and his own rulership; David also ruled much like a Melchizedek king, trusting in the Most-High solely, but his son, Solomon, did not. Solomon ruled as a Levitical king and eventually allowed many religious freedoms into Israel. He did so insomuch, he built temples for many of his wives’ gods.

This angered the Son of Elohim greatly to which He took away 10 tribes and gave them to a son of Ephraim named Jeroboam. Solomon’s son, Rehoboam, only ruled over Judah and Benjamin. The other tribes were now ruled by the house of Ephraim, via Jeroboam. Christ in the flesh once said, “If a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand.” The house of Israel was divided against itself; Judah against Israel (Ephraim), and even amongst themselves, they were divided.

The Chronicles of the Kings

On the side of Judah, there were good kings and bad kings. On the side of Israel (which is known as Ephraim or Samaria), there were only bad kings. The job of the king is to enforce the order of Aaron. And if he is wise, the order of Melchizedek. The bad kings on both sides, Judah and Ephraim, allowed Baal, Baalim, and many other gods or goddesses to be mixed into the worship of their GOD, the God of Israel.

They allowed these foreign gods, along with the practice of their rituals. This typically read as, “And he did evil in the sight of the MOST-HIGH and walked in the way of his father, and in his sin wherewith he made Israel sin.”

Sin is an open rebellion against the Father’s plan, the Father’s plan is known through the Order of the Son of Elohim; transgression of the law of the Son of Elohim breaks obedience to the order the Father has established for the earth.

Jeroboam the Ephraimite

Jeroboam brought strong rebellion (sin) into Israel because the first thing he did was stop everyone who left the kingdom of Judah from going back and serving the Most-High the three times a year that was required. He did this out of fear, something the Father does not like for us to operate. He made a couple of gold statues of calves (just like when they left Egypt), and declared to the people, “Behold thy gods, O Israel, which brought thee up out of the land of Egypt.”

One statue was set up in Bethel and the other in Dan. Further, he released the tribe of Levi of their priestly duties and allowed anyone to become priests, he purposely chose the lowest of men to act as priests. This sent the tribe of Levi packing. They went back to the kingdom of Judah and it all made for a great fall for the house of Israel.

The Father sent a prophet to Jeroboam with a message to correct himself and to tell him that one day a child will be born named Josiah; he will be from King David’s family. The child, who is Josiah, will sacrifice on the very altar that all of Jeroboam’s false prophets are sacrificing on, but instead, he will sacrifice the dead human bones of all of Samaria’s prophets.

The Prophet is Ideally Over the King

Jeroboam attempted to seize the prophet from Judah and when he did his hand became withered, and he had to pray to that prophet for his hand to return to normal. This prophet was operating under the order of Melchizedek in order to have such power for Elohim to do as he requested.

The kings of Israel were bad, very bad; they had to have high-level Melchizedek prophets visit them, such as Elijah and Elisha. Elijah was from the land of Gilead, which would make him from the tribe of Gad or Manasseh. He attempted to talk some sense into the Kingdom of Israel, regrettably, it was to no avail.

His protege, Elisha, attempted to do the same; sure some turned to the Almighty, but the majority held to either their false god or the lesser priesthood in Levi. The Most-High had many prophets warning and urging the people to return to the Elohim of Israel, but they would not.

Down Goes the Ten Tribes and Judah

During the reign of King Hoshea of Israel, Samaria was attacked and destroyed by the Assyrians. This was a destruction and captivity they were unable to recover from. The southern kingdom of Judah witnessed this, but unfortunately, they did not take strong heed.

The kings Hezekiah and the prophesied Josiah did, but the remainder did not get it. They did not receive the memo. During the days of King Josiah, the high priest of the Levitical order at the time, Hilkiah, found the book of the law, even the sealed book of the law, within the confines of the Temple. He gave the sealed book to the scribe at the time, his name was Shaphan (keep this name in mind).

Shaphan read the book and was horrified at the contents and urgently desired the book to be read before the king, Josiah. This became a critical event in the Chronicles or the times of the children of Israel and Judah because it will lead to some of the most profound and hidden information our modern religious and secular world has ever known.

Into Captivity, They Go

After Josiah’s death, his replacements did not follow his lead and the kingdom of Judah saw destruction much like Ephraim/Israel. They were ousted by Nebuchadnezzar of Babylon and scattered throughout Asia, Europe, and Africa (as they are known and called today). Many of those who were from the kingdom of Israel also found their way into those continents. Samaria (Israel) is said to have fallen in 722 BC and the kingdom of Judah fell in 586 BC.

According to Biblical records, Jeremiah the prophet prophesied Judah would be in captivity for 70 years. Daniel the prophet lived through the 70 years in Babylon and did not see the events that were prophesied to occur, to actually take place.

This caused him to pray to the Father who informed him the 70 years were 70 weeks of years, meaning 490 years. However, the Jews were allowed to return by Artaxerxes of the Medes, to rebuild Jerusalem. They did and this is recorded in the records of Ezra (Esdras), Nehemiah, and in the Apocrypha books, Tobit, Esther, and Susanna. It is during the time period of the Maccabees’ writing that we understand some of what took place after Assyria, Babylon, Persia, and the Mede’s rule. After these empires, the Greek empire came but went very fast.

Greece and Rome

Then the Roman empire was established. We have knowledge and understanding of what took place in the Roman empire. Because of the writings of the gospels and their’ history is shared heavily in our modern-day. But let’s back up just a few hundred years. Let’s go back to the destruction of Judah by the Babylonians.

Just before Jerusalem would be destroyed by the Babylonians. The Almighty sent prophet after prophet to warn the people of the pending destruction of Jerusalem. Jerusalem would be destroyed because of its sinful behavior. Do you remember Shaphan the scribe and Hilkiah the high priest during the days of Josiah? Good! I told you to remember their names.

Now watch this… Some thirty years had elapsed, perhaps they had died, perhaps they were still alive. Nevertheless, their sons have taken their offices, Hilkiah’s son is Gemariah and Shaphan’s son is Elasah.

Elasah was directed by the Most-High to leave Jerusalem for the wilderness. He left Jerusalem a full twelve years before Jerusalem was destroyed by Babylon. He was directed by the Almighty to go and secure the records in Jerusalem that gave pedigrees, family records, and the books of the law. These he brought with him to the wilderness.

Shaphan and Elasah

Eventually, he was led to the “new world,” the Americas, and he and his descendants lived there throughout. He became known as Lehi, and he is from the tribe of Manasseh. He wrote that Elohim fulfilled a prophecy given to his father, Joseph, that they would come to the promised land at a set time.

Elasah and his descendants were also visited by Christ after His resurrection. They were given the everlasting gospel, the fullness of the gospel. They hold the second stick, the Kingdom of Judah has the first stick, the stick of Judah. The second stick, the stick of Joseph (Ephraim) was held by Elasah’s offspring. These things have been omitted from the Bible. And it is a grave misrepresentation by the leaders of the world and ministers, so-called, of the Almighty.

The descendants of Elasah have lived in the Americas since the destruction of the kingdom of Judah. Many of the children of Israel have found their way here and they have grown in the land in numbers. However, the sin of rebellion from the Father’s plan has followed them to their demise. It is now being revealed by the presentation of the Sticks of Judah. And Joseph that the light has been seen in Israel for the covenants to be restored. The covenants that were made with Abraham, Isaac, and Israel.

You May Need to Run It Back!

If you have understood this story, the story of the sons of Adam of Noah of Abraham, and of Israel then I believe it is time for you, no matter if you are of the children of Israel or one of the Gentiles, to remove the scales from your eyes and the veil that has been covering us by the leaders of this world, who practice the order of Mahan, which is the order of the devil. It is time for us to spiritually unite and practice the Order of Melchizedek, the Son of Elohim.

How do we do this?

An idea of this was adhered to by the holy apostles. After Christ sent them the Holy Ghost. You can read about this in Acts chapter four, from verses 31 through 35. Nevertheless, it begins with repentance and baptism.

It begins with humility and coming to the Father through Christ with a broken and contrite heart and spirit. It begins with detaching oneself from the world and the precepts of men. And allowing yourself to be guided by the Holy Spirit and Holy Ghost.

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