A MESSAGE OF GOD, BROUGHT ON AND TOLD BY A SPECIAL MESSENGER: PROPHET ENOCH, IN THE NAME OF JESUS CHRIST, YESHUA HAMASIACH! ENOCH SPEAKS IN IMAGERY.
Published on January 30th, 2013 by My Shalom
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Hello! On January 30th, 2013, an unexpected messenger brought on a special message to Prophet Benjamin Cousijnsen.
Shalom, Benjamin Cousijnsen! I greet you in the mighty Name of Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus Christ. My name is Enoch. I am sent to you, beloved Prophet of God, with the following message.
Benjamin asked surprised, “Are you Enoch, who so ever was taken away?”
The messenger replied, smiling, What Enoch do you mean? Many have been taken away, even a dog, who’s called Enoch. I am the Enoch of Genesis 5, verse 23 and 24. Benjamin, I’m here with a special message.
I tell you a story about a man, who looked at himself too much.
He has been invited for the wedding, and now he walks with his head high on his neck among all those people. He finds himself more than another and doesn’t adapt to anyone. And if he opens his mouth, the wise, difficult, interesting words are rolling out from his mouth! Nobody needs to tell him anything, he is wiser and knows everything already. His eyes shift to the left and to the right. There he walks… gracefully to the feast hall. He looks as if he’s saying, ‘Do you see that I’m going inside? Beware of my expensive clothes!’, he thinks. ‘Do you see me, that I’m invited?’
Inside, there are a couple of servants ready to receive him. If they’ve done what they had to do, the host comes to greet him warmly. With his arm at his shoulder the host accompanies him kindly to the door of the feast hall. Then the host goes back, in order to greet the other guests. How festively the table has been laid! Many talk about it.
Where will this man go sit down, with his head held high on his neck?
Of course not completely at the end of the table. That’s the seat for the guest, who is of the least account. And also, he will not choose his seat, right beside the host; that looks so conceited! Slowly and gracefully, this man walks toward the table. Yes, here it could be, about three seats away from the host. He’s going to sit down and looks over along the table. Hey, over there the judge sits! And over there definitely some scientist, great! I’m fine here, nice and close to the host. After all he’s not the best of all. But, that’s what he thinks!
You’ll become like that, if you’re just looking at yourself, so conceited, and so, yes, so stupid! He who exalts himself will be humbled.
Luke 18, verse 14 I tell you that this man, rather than the other, went home justified before God. For all those who exalt themselves will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted.
The story continues…
The feast hall is now filled to capacity. Yes, there the host enters with the very last guest! Hey, it’s his best friend! Quickly his eyes are going along the table… Where’s yet an empty seat? Just waving with his clean handkerchief… “Yoo-hoo! Ah, only the seat at the end of the table is still empty. There he can’t set his friend down of course. What to do now?
Slowly the host walks to the man, who found himself so decent. The host asks, “Would you do me a favor, and give your seat to this friend of mine? Over there is still an empty place, do you want to take that one?”
With a red face the man stands up. Suddenly he walks not so gracefully anymore to the end of the table. He’s holding up, yet talking with the people around him, who also seem conceited, but his gladness is gone. His feast is ruined. Yet he has to blame this on himself! If he had found himself somewhat less important, the host might have said to him: “You can sit a little bit closer, here’s a better seat for you!”
For he who humbles himself will be exalted.
Isaiah 2, verse 12 The Lord Almighty has a day in store for all the proud and lofty, for all that is exalted and they will be humbled.
Ezekiel 28, verse 5 By your great skill in trading you have increased your wealth, and because of your wealth your heart has grown proud.
John 3, verse 16 to 20 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. For God didn’t send his Son into the world to judge the world, but that the world should be saved through him. He who believes in him is not judged. He who doesn’t believe has been judged already, because he has not believed in the name of the one and only Son of God. This is the judgment, that the light has come into the world, and men loved the darkness rather than the light; for their works were evil. For everyone who does evil hates the light, and doesn’t come to the light, lest his works would be exposed.
Benjamin, you are God’s simple Prophet, and the God of Isaac, Jacob, and Abraham loves the simple.
I’m going again. You are truly a Prophet. Who speaks like you?
Nobody! Because everything comes from the God of Israel, the God of Isaac, Jacob, and Abraham.
I’m going now, Ruacha, Yeshu, Shalom!
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