To: The Sons of God



I thank You in advance for Your considerations and Your contributions [Matthew 9:38] to what has become My life’s Work. Absent higher education, I am acutely aware of My limited abilities, including My ability to effectively communicate through the written word. With that in mind, I ask for Your patience, as I hereby seek to glorify Matthew, My Beloved, through the unveiling of His new Name [Revelation 3:12]. Shall it serve as the Creator’s mark on His magnificent Creation.


In the ‘twinkling of an eye,’ to Those ‘to whom the word of God came’ [John  10:35], to the “Sons of God”: “You are Gods!” Like Myself, prior to awakening, You have each One ‘fallen asleep’ [1 Corinthians 15:20], figuratively speaking, as foretold within multiple Biblical verses, asleep as to Your “understanding” of the definition of being—or rather, becoming—a God. The Book reveals that “the whole Creation” is groaning and laboring, together, in birth pangs, as We, through that great mystery in life, called “death” [i.e., suffering (a topic to be discussed in a later post)], are being made “perfect,” spiritually, the process of perfection known as Apotheosis: temporally referred–to as humanity, We are together being transformed, through mortality, into “Gods” [Psalm 82:6]. As if awakening from amnesia, wherein truth has been purposefully veiled from Our temporally ‘blinded’ minds, blinded by the divinely created darkness [Isaiah 45:7], each God shall be enlightened with a divine knowledge through which all things become “new” —beginning with the new Name of the God called LORD.


— Isaiah 29:11

As We begin Our work together, which will take Us on a journey through the entire gamut of topics related to the Creation, I invite You to join Me in a conversation regarding Matthew, the Author of Creation, and the ‘opening’ of His sealed Book, by way of the long-prophesied “revelation” of His new Name: the so-called “True Name” of God. As We begin, let Us mutually agree that—together, in the spirit of love—the following shall be Our guide [Philippians 4:8]: “Whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthymeditate on these things.” 


— Malachi 3:16

Have You ever considered which topic introduced between the two covers of that sealed Book —namely, “The Holy Bible,”   is most prevalent, or what that prevalence might indicate? The answer is there is no topic among the leaves of the Bible treated with more reverence, or that is more profuse, both numerically and in greatness of scope, than the topic of God’s mysterious “True Name” [ie, YHWH]. It is the topic of which defines the ultimate purpose of the Book, as the Book was divinely commissioned—before the creation of the Universe—to reveal the Name of its Author, to all the World: written as a witness, first to Him, and then for Him; a witness in every language, and to every Nation [Luke 21:12]. It is within that Book of all books the Author pronounced, “This is My Name forever” [ie, YHWH], and where He prophetically proclaimed, in the bringing of that Name—which is veiled from every eye—to “remembrance” [Malachi 3:16]: “THIS IS MY MEMORIAL TO ALL GENERATIONS” [Exodus 3:15], for the Book called The Holy Bible [NKJV] is “THE PLACE” [Deuteronomy 12:5] which has been divinely chosen, as the everlasting memorial for that “True Name” known this Day ONLY to God Himself.


— Revelation 19:12

A “True Name” is the name of a Being of which perfectly expresses—or is somehow identical to—His or Her “true nature.” I hereby share that for the Author of The Holy Bible [Hebrews 12:2], whose true nature is love —“divine love” [ie, Agape], that newly inherited Name [Hebrews 1:4] is “Jesus Christ,” of which—once understood—does both express His “true love” and define His “Truelove,” perfectly. Additionally, I share that the book titled “The Revelation of Jesus Christ,” which means the UNVEILING of the name Jesus Christ, has been written, and intentionally placed in The Holy Bible (as the final word and central theme) in order to serve that very purpose. And finally, I share that He who unveils that Name is the One who alone truly knows that Name [Ezekiel 39:7], for it is in this way that He reveals Himself to be that certain Holy One who is alone called the LORD: the “only” God [ie, Elohim] of the “children of Israel,” the fictitious ‘people’ of the Book [Isaiah 59:16], for He is their Author, and therefore the only One capable of revealing—and thus fulfilling—the prophetic scriptures related to His Name [Matthew 23:39], and to His directly-related, second coming. As it was prophesied [Psalm 44:20-21]: “If we had forgotten the Name of our God [ie, YHWH]: would not God search this out? For He knows the secrets of the heart.”  

My people shall know My Name; “THEREFORE” they shall know in that Day that I am He who speaks: ‘Behold, it is I.’ How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of Him who brings ‘good news,’ who proclaims peace, who brings glad tidings of good things, “WHO PROCLAIMS SALVATION,” who says to Zion, “Your God reigns!”

— Isaiah 52:6-7 

The prophesied, self revelation of the Author of the Book, He whom is the Author of Our “eternal salvation” [Hebrews 5:9], is accomplished through the revelation of His new Name —namely Jesus Christ; and is made all the more certain as He “confirms the word” [1 Corinthians 1:6], confirms both that which is seen and that which is hidden [Revelation 2:17], through the prophesied, “accompanying signs” [Mark 16:20], among which these partly signify. And it is through His “understanding” [Isaiah 41:20] of the ‘openly hidden message’ within the, heretofore veiled “words of God” [John 3:34], words constituting “The Mystery of God” [Colossians 2:2], the Author of The Holy Bible reveals Himself to be the Creator. He, through a comprehension of which the Author alone could possess —namely, the “knowledge of God” [Isaiah 40:14], makes known that which is therein referred-to as the “implanted word” [James 1:21], thus clarifying—neither adding to, nor detracting from—the words of the Book [1 Corinthians 13:8]. Hence, beginning with those most-enigmatic of words, found at the conclusion of His Book —namely, The Revelation of Jesus Christ, He “turns” the end of the Book [Isaiah 29:16] into the beginning of the message [Psalm 119:130]; and in doing so, the prophesied “unveiling” of His holy Name becomes, at once, the prophesied “unsealing” of His holy Book: the revelation of which serves to Christen ‘He whom alone knows’ the “true” meaning of His “new” Name [Revelation 2:17]. As it is said, “Blessed is He who comes in the Name of the LORD.”

THE REVELATION OF JESUS CHRIST—that is, the unveiling of the Name “Jesus Christ,” which God gave “Him” to show His servants Friends [John 15:15]: things which must shortly take place. And He—namely, Jesus Christ, sent and signified it by His Angel [Revelation 10:10], to His servant John, who bore witness to the word of God, and to “the testimony of Jesus Christ,” to all things that he saw. Blessed is “He who reads” [ie, God] and “Those who hear” [ie, Sons of God] the words of this prophecy, and keep those things which are written in it; for the time is near here.

— Revelation 1:1-3

The unveiling of the Creator, as discussed above, which reaches its apex with the revelation of the “meaning” of His Name, should be understood to reference, not Myself, per se, but He with whom I do share that very same Name: He with whom I share an everlasting love, and a neverending life. My name is Jesus, however I am not the Jesus who is called “Christ,” namely Jesus Christ, the Author of the Book: He who is at once Creator and Messiah. Nor am I a prophet, saint, or seer. Rather, I am the Jesus who has been made “Most Blessed” [Psalm 21:6], forever, for I am the God who has been awakened in the very presence of the LORD [Psalm 139:18], namely Christ —that is, enlightened, by His indwelling Spirit [John 1:18], while at His side —He at My right hand, best of Friends. I was awakened to know Our true identities, as Christ and Jesus, as I was made to remember that Christ is My “Best Friend,” and that I, Jesus, am His; I was made to remember that We are each Ones’ “Divine Consort” [Psalm 110]: Christ and I are each One the sole, perfect Mate—“SOULMATE”—of the Other. For that reason, Our shared Name —that is, Our True Name, “Jesus Christ and Christ Jesus” (the formulation of such to be revealed in “The Revelation: Jesus and Christ”), is the perfect expression of Our “true love,” for Christ and I are each One the “Truelove” of no Other: “I am My Beloved’s, and My Beloved is Mine!” Thus, We —namely “Jesus Christ and Christ Jesus,” are united together, as demonstrated by Our Name, forever, for the ‘two’ of Us are truly and literally “One,” spiritually: together, Christ and I are one ‘Being,’ the plural-singular “GOD” [ie, Elohim] whom is veiled at the beginning of the Book, and revealed at the end of the Book. As it is written, though We are bodily two, We are truly ONE: one God, “with one Name.”

FOR HE HIMSELF IS OUR PEACE, who has made both —namely, Jesus and Christ, “ONE,” and has broken down the ‘middle wall of separation,’ having abolished in His flesh the enmity, that is, “THE LAW OF MOSES:” the “law of commandments” contained in ordinances, so as to create in Himself “ONE NEW MAN FROM THE TWO:” namely, “Jesus Christ and Christ Jesus,” THUS MAKING PEACE.

— Ephesians 2:14-15

Again, thank You for joining Me in the introduction to “The Revelation: Jesus & Christ,” together constituting the opening of the sealed Book to-date called The Holy Bible, which through the following work shall be shown to be “The Book of Life,” the Book that was written to reveal the True Name of its Author and Finisher, “Jesus Christ and Christ Jesus,” respectively. Through the following conversation, by which We shall attain knowledge of a host of related topics, of most importance We shall together gain a truer understanding of love; and as a result, a divine encounter with love —that is, “Perfect Love,”   a love that is both universal and unconditional, for it is a love that decidedly transcends and persists, regardless of merit. This is the love that suffers long, and remains kind, caring, and giving; the love that bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things. This is the love that never fails! Via sincere consideration, by each One for all Others, the sole requisite of “The Golden Rule,” We shall collectively; from the heart, express this love —naturally, for all Others; and that love, namely “Friendship” [Agape], shall yield divine grace and a resulting peace that surpasses all understanding.

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