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  • Writer's pictureMargit Kresin

On the Way to the Kingdom of God Part 2: God has an exact timetable

The taking over the kingdom of earth under Jesus is about to begin or has already begun. He is going to bring the kingdom Of God to earth. Jesus' name means YHWH saves and has the same meaning as the name Joshua. In Part 1 I indicated that history would repeat itself to Joshua. Why should this happen? What else do we have to do with the Old Testament? And why doesn't God use a new idea? These are some of the questions I was asked after the first part, On the Way to the Kingdom of God 1: Conquest of the Promised Land I would like to address this.

With God there are no coincidences

Events in this world are not accidental. With God everything is planned. Our almighty and everlasting God has set a precise timetable so that we can verify the credibility of his word. He has always warned his prophets or guardians in good time, sometimes many years in advance. So it is that many of God's prophecies that we find in the Bible have not yet been fulfilled, but have yet to be fulfilled before the second coming of His Son Jesus Christ.

One part of the fruit of the Spirit is patience, and perhaps one of the most unpopular subjects of all. Patience. Wait. Endurance. Again and again we are asked to be patient. In 2001 God sent me to Germany to teach at the Christian schools. But not everything went smoothly and as a family we were often at the end of our strength and patience. I kept thinking about Psalm 37. There it says:

"Commit your way unto the LORD; trust also in him; and he shall bring it to pass." und "Be still before the Lord and wait patiently for him" (Ps 37,5 &7a)

In the meantime, more than twenty years have passed and many things have gone very differently than I had imagined. Some of the prophecies promised to me have only partially come true, or I want to put it another way, they have not reached full maturity and I have to admit that this still challenges me very much today.

Words like "today", or the word "soon" can refer to hours, days, weeks, months, years, decades, centuries or millennia, but I feel the great periods of time getting shorter. Today I experience when the Lord says: "One more Sabbath rest" (Hebrews 4:9), then He usually means a week (=7 days) or sometimes 7 weeks. Now I no longer have to count in months or years.

God's timing is perfect!

God wants to see us trust in Him and His timing. God prepares us in times of waiting for things He has prepared for us. So our heavenly Father planned right from the start that He would let His Son become man so that He, who was and is without sin, could redeem us from the power of Satan. Satan had taken away Adam's authority over the earth by trickery and deception (Genesis 3).

Jesus Christ, the Messiah chosen and anointed by God, died in agony on the cross of Calvary in 30 AD. Jesus defeated Satan through sacrificial death and resurrection from death, thereby regaining authority over the earth. After his ascension, he took the throne at the right hand of God, our heavenly Father.

Of course, everyone expected that our Savior and King would come again soon. Now about 1993* years have passed, yes, almost 2000 years. Jesus had explained to his disciples that he would rise from the dead on the third day (Mk 8:31-33). This was according to eyewitness reports, in the gospels or in the records of the historians of the time, e.g. Flavius ​​Josephus*, of the time confirmed. But I expect more. God's word says that

"with the Lord one day is as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day“ (2 Peter 3:7)

This shows me that now, almost 2000 years later, the time is right for Jesus to come again. More information can be found in the books of Dr. Bruce D. Allen read "The Promise of the Third Day: Your Day of Destiny Has Arrived" and "The Prophetic Promise of the Seventh Day: The Fulfillment of Every Covenant Promise".

Isaiah's prophecy about the birth of the child Immanuel

If we look closely at Isaiah's prophecy (Isa. 7:10-17) of the Savior's future birth, we discover that first we have an announcement of the sign (Isa. 7:14) and after that comes the interpretation of the sign (Isa ,16). The boy was born a short time later, but as we know, prophecy also points to the birth of Jesus 200 years later. Matthew identifies Jesus in Matt 1:23 as the promised son in Isaiah 7:14, named Immanuel (God is with us).

Now at the end of the 2000 years or at the end of the second day we await the great resurrection of our King Jesus, our Immanuel coming down from heaven. He will take his promised kingdom on earth. So here we have a prophecy pointing to three points in time, two of which have already been confirmed and one is yet to come.

On August 20, 2022 I had a vision and a promise that also covered Immanuel. The words I heard about it were very comforting to me. You can also find the words under the poems.

When we look at John's prophecy in Revelation chapter 12 about the virgin giving birth, we are again reminded of the prophecy of Isaiah 7. On September 23, 2017, many prophets were in turmoil, because at that time the sign of Virgo appeared in the starry sky in a special way.

And a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman clothed with the sun, with the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of twelve stars. Revelation 12.1

I don't want to go into that any further. Enough has been written and speculated about this sign, but I would like to point out that most of the time we humans live and think in the natural, visible, or carnal world today, although there is much more going on around us in the spiritual, unseen, and supernatural. Paul reminds us in the letter to the Ephesians that

we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places. Ephesians6,10 ff

Therefore should realize that there are at least two realities: visible and invisible.

So I am convinced that on September 23, 2017 something great happened in the supernatural and invisible, which we can relate to Revelation 12 and the virgin (young woman) birth of Immanuel from Isaiah 7:10 ff and the birth of Jesus (Luke 2) can and should bring. A human birth lasts 280 days. More than 280 weeks have passed since September 23, 2017. What does this mean for us? I deliberately leave the question unanswered.

God's timing for taking the kingdom

Now let's look at God's timetable for today and try to understand what the taking in Joshua's day means with the taking of the Kingdom under Jesus Christ of that time.

In recent years I have discovered more and more that our God cares deeply about his calendar. Again and again it is emphasized when which event took place. The seasons, months and especially His feasts are important to him, because they also remind us, the followers of Jesus, of important events and experiences with God and his people Israel as well as with us, the bride of Christ.

Spring heralds a new beginning. Passover (later known as Easter) points to the exodus from Egypt, but also to the crucifixion of Jesus.

Shavuot is the great festival of weeks that takes place 50 days later and points to the giving of the ten commandments on Mount Sinai and to the great Pentecost festival (Pentecost = 50 days) in the Acts of the Apostles.

The autumn festivals include the Feast of Trumpets (Yom Teruah/Rosh Hashanah), the Feast of Atonement (Yom Kippur) and the Feast of Tabernacles (Sukkot and Thanksgiving).

Many events take place precisely on these feast days and I have found that God speaks to us especially during these times. (By us, this means everyone who has been baptized* with the Holy Spirit, but especially the prophets chosen by God).

In two weeks we are stepping into the first month (Nisan) of the biblical year*. The month of Nisan is the month of redemption, in which the Jewish ancestors left Egypt, but also the month in which the people of Israel under Joshua began conquering the promised land. It is the month of new beginnings and land taking - may our earth, though first spiritually or supernaturally, be taken now with God's help.



*1993 Years:

According to most calculations, the crucifixion and ascension of Jesus took place in AD 30. 2023 – 30 = 1993.

* Flavius Josephus

born AD 37/38 in Jerusalem; died around 100 probably in Rome) was a Jewish-Hellenistic historian.

*Baptism with the Holy Spirit

You can find more on the topic under The Holy Spirit - and Spirit Baptism. on the website. Or also under the topic of baptisms (water and spirit baptism)

* The Biblical Year

is not to be confused with the beginning of the Jewish year, because the Jewish calendar known today does not begin until the seventh month with Rosh Hashanah, the head of the year. This development probably happened during the times of exile.

*The biblical festivals or God's days of rest and holidays

There are a few links on this topic.

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