II REVELATIONClick for Sermons
1 A second revelation of Jesus Christ, that God gave to him, to show his servants the secret of God, and he did signify, having sent through his messengers to his servant Jason Steven Koda,
2 who did testify the word of God, and the testimony of Jesus Christ, as many things also as he did see in visions and learn from the examination of books, for the edification of the children of God.
3 Happy is he who is reading, and those hearing, the words of the secret, and keeping the things written in it; for many prophets and kings did wish to perceive the secret of God, and did not perceive.
4 By command of the creator of the heavens and the earth; the seventh chief cherub — whose name is shinnnesunliquid — did swear before the Ancient of Days,
5 to seal the seven utterances the seven thunders spake in the Hebrew — '1540 430 7306 4932 5475 857 645;' written in the English as — 'Now cometh [the] secret second Spirit [of] God to reveal!'
6 But now the days of the voice of Ariel have arrived, and he is about to sound, with the secret of God finished, as He did declare to His own servant, the prophet — Jason Steven Koda.
7 Having received the secret, Jason was glad in the Spirit, having remembered the words of our Lord when he said,
8 'I do confess to thee Father, Lord of the heavens and of the earth, that Thou didst hide these things from wise men and understanding, and didst reveal them to babes.
9 Yes, Father, because so it became good pleasure before Thee.'
10 And Jason doth rejoice that his name is written in the heavens, for he doth love to slave for this denarius wage — the choice pearl, the reign of God.
NOTE: This English edition of the II Revelation is a companion to Robert Young's Literal Translation of the Bible (3rd Revision). The numbers I have substituted for Greek and Hebrew words are references to where they may be found in the New Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible. The older version of Strong's Concordance, that I have linked to online, is not as accurate/clear with its expositions, but will suffice as a go-between.
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