Prophecy For Holiness
From The LORD The Meaning To Be **Holy
“. . .Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord: ". . .let us cleanse our ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit, perfecting *holiness in the fear of GOD. . . " ( Heb. 12:14; 2 Cor. 7:1)
January 17, 1997
Knowing of the anointing as a watchman to sound the trumpet before the sword soon falls upon our nation, before the great and terrible "Day of the LORD" and to prepare HIS Bride, HIS Church, unto Holiness for the soon gathering by our LORD JESUS CHRIST, YESHUA our MESSIAH, I (i) prayed and asked my Lord, what does it mean to be Holy and how do we attain Holiness without spot or wrinkle? HE answered and said:
MY son, you heard it has been said, thou shalt not commit adultery, but I say this unto you, that whosoever looks upon a woman or man and lust after them has committed adultery already in their hearts. MY son, you have heard it has been said thou shalt not kill (Gk. phoneou, murder); for who ever does, shall be in danger of judgment. But I say this unto you, that whosoever is angry with his brother or sister, without cause, is in danger of judgment. For it is not the things of the earth that go in a man that defiles him for they come out as waste. But those things that come forth from his heart, of a spirit, are evil thoughts, adulteries, murders and all sorts of sin. You have heard ME say, Judge not, less you be judged; for in the same way you judge, so shall you be judged. MY son, you have also heard ME say, how can you remove a Splinter from your brother's eye when you have a Board in your own. First remove the Board in your own eye so you can see clearly to remove the Splinter from your brother's eye.
(I said, yes LORD, what sins are the Splinters and what sins are the Boards?) The LORD said,
MY son, the Splinters are the physical act of sin that has already taken place in a man's heart. They are the acts of them that murder. They are the acts of them that steal. They are the acts of them, who I have not joined in marriage, that commit the acts of sexual sins of adultery, fornication, and homosexuality. They are the spoken words of those who blaspheme MY NAME, practice lies, slander, gossip, and all sorts of sin. Those who deny ME and MY WORD before men.
I said, yes LORD, if these are the Splinters, then what are the Boards? HE answered,
MY son, the Boards are the evil thoughts, imaginations, and fantasies conceived in the heart spirit, and mind of man. Did I not say, take every thought captive? If you handle the Board you will get a Splinter. Likewise, if you entertain an evil thought you have already committed the act in your heart. Men do not fear ME for they think I do not know their thoughts. They think I do not know what they do in secret. I know all, even before they think it. MY son, you have known this. Though I know of your infirmities, your weaknesses, I know your heart. You hear MY voice and you obey. That is why I have chosen you to tell them. MY son, tell them. I shall not judge the flesh, but I shall judge the heart, the Spirit of man. If men will rid themselves of the Boards, they will have no Splinters. They must repent of the Boards. This is the Holiness I require, saith the LORD.
(Praise the LORD, Thank you JESUS, Amen and Hallelujah!. . . HIS servant ed)
Note! In checking this Word in the KJV Scriptures and the Greek and Hebrew as I do before printing any Word and distributing, I noticed the LORD used in the Scriptures the word Mote, which means twig in the Greek instead of Splinter. I asked the LORD, why HE used Splinter instead of Mote? He said:
"You forget I was a Carpenter"
From Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance Hebrew and Greek Dictionaries
*Holiness: 42, Gk.hagiosune, from 40} sacredness
** Holy: 40, Gk. hagios, (comp 53)} sacred, (phys. pure, blameless . . . cer. consecrated . . . saint. 53, Gk. hagnos, . . . prop. clean, i.e. (fig.) innocent, modest, perfect, chaste, clean,
Distribute, as the LORD leads. . . Love (Aheb) and Shalom (Peace) of the LORD from. . .
HIS servant,. . . ed