A REVELATION OF THE LORD GOD: IN THE PAST, THE PROTESTANTS HAVE KEPT SECRET AND COVERED UP MANY HOLY SCRIPTURES! YESHUA HAMASHIACH, JESUS CHRIST, BRINGS EVERYTHING TO LIGHT AND BACK!
Published on Jun 11, 2013 by My Shalom
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Hello, welcome! On June 11th, 2013, the angel of the Lord brought on this important revelation of God to Prophet Benjamin Cousijnsen.
Shalom! My name is Kamorea. I am a messenger angel of God, and greet you in the wonderful Name of Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus Christ.
Read aloud: Daniël 10, verses 11 to 13, and verse 19 Here it is written: He said to me, Daniël, you man greatly beloved, understand the words that I speak to you, and stand upright; for to you am I now sent. When he had spoken this word to me, I stood trembling. Then said he to me, Don’t be afraid, Daniël; for from the first day that you did set your heart to understand, and to humble yourself before your God, your words were heard: and I am come for your words’ sake. But the prince of the kingdom of Persia withstood me twenty-one days; but, behold, Michaël, one of the chief princes, came to help me: and I remained there with the kings of Persia.
And verse 19 He said, “Greatly beloved man, don’t be afraid: peace be to you, be strong, yes, be strong.” When he spoke to me, I was strengthened, and said, “Let my lord speak; for you have strengthened me.”
The messenger angel of God spoke further,
Verily, read aloud: Daniël Chapter 14, verses 1 to 42 Here it is written:
‘Daniël and Bel’
When King Astyages was laid to rest with his ancestors, Cyrus the Persian succeeded to his kingdom. Daniël was a companion of the king, and was the most honored of all his courtiers. Now the Babylonians had an idol called Bel, and every day they provided for it twelve bushels of choice flour and forty sheep and six measures of wine. The king revered it also and went every day to worship it. But Daniël worshiped his own God. So the king said to him, “Why do you not worship Bel?” Daniël answered, “Because I do not revere idols made with hands, but the living God, who created heaven and earth and has dominion over all living creatures.” The king said to him, “Do you not think that Bel is a living god? Do you not see how much he eats and drinks every day?” And Daniël smiled, and said, “Do not be deceived, O king, for this thing is only clay inside and bronze outside, and it never ate or drank anything.” Then the king was angry and called the priests of Bel and said to them, “If you do not tell me who is eating the food, you shall die. But if you prove that Bel is eating everything, Daniël shall die, because he has spoken blasphemy against Bel.” Daniël said to the king, “Let it be done as you have said.”
Now there were seventy priests of Bel, besides their wives and children. So the king went with Daniël into the temple of Bel. There, the priests of Bel said, “See, we are now going outside; you yourself, O king, set out the food and prepare the wine, and shut the door and seal it with your signet. When you return here early in the morning, if you do not find that Bel has eaten it all, we will die; otherwise Daniël will die, because he has slandered us.” They were unconcerned, for beneath the sacrificial table they had made a secret entrance, through which they used to go in regularly and eat the food. After they had gone out, the king set out the food for Bel. Then Daniël ordered his servants to bring ashes, and they scattered them throughout the whole temple in the presence of the king alone. Then they went out, shut the door behind them and sealed it with the king’s signet, and departed.
During that night the priests came as usual, with their wives and children, and they ate and drank everything.
The next morning the king rose and came, and Daniël with him. The king said, “Are the seals unbroken, Daniël?” He answered, “They are unbroken, O king.” As soon as the door was opened, the king looked at the table, and shouted in a loud voice, “You are great, O Bel, and in you there is no deceit at all!” But Daniël smiled and restrained the king from going in. “Look once at the floor,” he said, “and notice whose footprints these are.” The king said, “I see the footprints of men and women and children.” Then the king was enraged, and he imprisoned the priests and their wives and children. They showed him the secret door, through which they used to enter, in order to consume everything, that was laid on the table. Therefore the king put them to death, and gave Bel over to Daniël, who pulled down not only the image, but also the whole temple!
‘Daniël and the Dragon’
Now in that place there was a great dragon, which the Babylonians also revered. The king said to Daniël, “You cannot deny that this is a living god; so worship him.” But Daniël said, “I worship the Lord my God, for He is the living God! But give me permission, O king, and I will kill the dragon without sword or club.” The king said, “I give you permission.” Then Daniël took some pitch, grease and thin fish bones, and mixed it all together and made cakes of it, which he threw in the mouth of the dragon. The dragon swallowed them, and was torn open from the inside. Then Daniël said, “See now what you have been worshiping!” When the Babylonians heard about this, they were very indignant and conspired against the king, saying, “The king has become a Jew! He has destroyed Bel, and killed the dragon, and slaughtered the priests.” Going to the king, they said, “Hand Daniël over to us, or else we will kill you and your household.”
The king saw that they were pressing him hard, and under compulsion he handed Daniël over to them. They threw Daniël into the lions’ den, and he was there for six days. There were seven lions in the den, and every day they had been given two human bodies and two sheep; but now they were given nothing, so that they would devour Daniël for sure.
Now the Prophet Habakkuk was living at that time in Judea; he had cooked soup and had broken bread into a bowl, and was just going into the field, in order to take the food to the reapers. But the angel of the Lord said to Habakkuk, “Take the midday meal, that you have there, to Babylon, to Daniël in the lions’ den.” Habakkuk said, “Sir, I have never seen Babylon, and I know nothing about that den.” Then the angel of the Lord took him by the crown of his head and carried him with the speed of the wind to Babylon, where he set him down, on the edge of the den. Then Habakkuk shouted, “Daniël, Daniël! Take the food that God has sent you.” And Daniël said, “So you have remembered me, O God, and have never forsaken those who love you.” So Daniël got up and started to eat. And the angel of God immediately returned Habakkuk to his own place.
On the seventh day the king came to mourn for Daniël. When he came to the den he looked in, and there sat Daniël! The king shouted with a loud voice, “You are great, O Lord, the God of Daniël, and there is no other God besides you!” Then he pulled Daniël out of the den, and let throw into the den those who had attempted his destruction, and they were instantly devoured right before his eyes.
The messenger angel of God spoke further,
Verily, verily, I tell you, Many holy Scriptures, the protestants concealed and hid!
Much information from both Enoch and the Deuterocanonical books.
Verily, this way many Bibles are incomplete, because the protestants allowed themselves to be influenced by satan!
Read aloud: Revelation 22, verses 19 to 21 Here it is written: If anyone takes away from the words of the book of this prophecy, may God take away his part from the tree of life, and out of the holy city, which are written in this book. He who testifies these things says, “Yes, I come quickly.” Amen! Yes, come, Lord Jesus. The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen.
The messenger angel of God spoke further,
Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus Christ, brings everything to light, and back!
Verily, I’m going now, spoke the messenger angel of God, Ruacha, Yeshu, Shalom!
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