Baptism of Separated Spirit
Putting on the armor
And the anointing comes in in the Cloud.
There is a 'perpetual statute' concerning the Levites and the Priesthood, which I am going to show you this.
Notice Jacob is prophesying of a Lawgiver (Levite) coming out of Judah in the last days.
This is describing Yahshua.
Most Christians twist this into something it is not even saying. The Law could not cleanse the conscience, but brought in a better hope, that after we have established the law in our lives (Gal 3), we can move on to perfection.
But notice this, because the author is showing us something here that most read right over. Because Yahshua is from Judah (Lawgiver), He is able to make priests. This did not abolish the Levitical Priesthood, as He Himself is from the Levites.
Luke 1:36, 5
Suggenes – a blood relative.
Mary was from Judah, and Elizabeth was from Levi, but they were both blood relatives. Which means that Yahshua was BOTH of Judah and Levi. Now watch this.
So the gifts of ministry were granted by Yahshua and Him alone, to administer/make whoever He chooses as Priests.
If you will also notice, we go throughout the Books/letters of the Bible, we see those that are chosen by Yahweh and Yahshua, and they are all given “different messages” that confirms one anothers' message.
We see the apostles, and Yahshua even “quoting” the prophets and the law, but they are not preaching the messages as their own.
When we take anothers message, and 'claim it as our own divine message,” this is called “supplanting anointing.”
Anointing: unction (the act); by implication, a consecratory gift.
So by taking “anothers message,” we are literally “stealing their gift,” which is against the law (moral, and legal).
Anoint: to rub with oil, i.e. to anoint; by implication, to consecrate; also to paint:--anoint, paint.
We are literally “painted white.”
The anointing breaks the yoke of sin (which means we are not subject to sin anymore), and paints us white (the sins are covered).
Being anointed does not mean “you can make mistakes, or sin after the fact.” Once you are anointed, you are responsible for every action after that.
These are people that have 'received the anointing,' and made mistakes, sinned after receiving the anointing, and are now reprobates.
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