Throne bearers…

From: Sophereth at Kirjath Sepher

To: the remnant…

. It’s 5:00 AM. no sleep.

. I hear a sound. a noise. do you hear it?

. a rushing mighty wind.

. God is stirring Himself. like a Mighty Man.

. He is beginning to move from one day to the next day.

. those that carry His Presence are rising up. bearing up. lifting up.

. throne bearers.

. the four living creatures. the 24 elders. king/priests. those that worship Him.

. those that carry His Presence out when He goes out, those that carry His Presence in when He comes in.

. those that Ezekiel saw and heard.

. those that John saw and heard.

. throne bearers. a mighty company, terrible in sight, as in God is terrible. magnificent and wonderful to look at with the eyes of the Spirit. Oh! what a picture of power and might in the heavenlies!

. with natural eyes, in the earth, a different seeing. a different sight.

. Jesus sent two disciples on ahead, saying to them, Go into the village that is opposite you, and at once you will find a donkey tied, and a colt with her; UNTIE THEM and bring them to Me. If anyone says anything to you, you shall reply, THE LORD HAS NEED OF THEM, and he will LET THEM GO WITHOUT DELAY.

. this happened that what was spoken by the prophet might be fulfilled, saying,

. Say to the daughter of Zion, Behold, your King is coming to you, lowly and riding on a donkey, and on a colt, the foal of a donkey (a beast of burden).

. the disciples went and did as Jesus had directed them.

. they brought the donkey and the colt…and He seated Himself on them…

. those that carry Him in the earth have been untied.

. the Lord has need of them.

. the picture in the Spirit, in reality, of those that carry Him, thronebearers: magnificent. mighty. terrible in sight as in God is terrible.

. the picture in the earth of those that carry Him, thronebearers: humility.

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17 thoughts on “Throne bearers…

  1. I was alway curious why Yeshua chose donkeys to ride upon instead of some other form of transport. Sure, donkeys were prevalent in that part of the the world at that time, but viewed from the perspective of thronebearers, as you’ve just pointed out, it all becomes very clear.
    What Yeshua rides upon are souls that are not afraid to make metaphorical “asses” out of themselves. All the holy men in the Book found themselves in these ridiculous situations that only the spiritual minded can delve into or understand. To the common mind, the thronebearers are idiots, not connected with the prescribed way of doing things. And they are right, the thronebearers are an uncommon group, not afraid to speak the mind of the Spirit that works in and through them. Surely the lowly things of this earth are what The Most High uses to confound that which is considered great.
    The Kingdom will be ushered in on the thronebearers. It is not for us to worry about whether we appear silly or not in the process. We know which Spirit is flowing through our veins. People may not understand, but this seal is powerful enough to lift the throne, and I fully suspect powerful enough to get the job done that is set before us.

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  2. Mat 21:4 — Mat 21:5
    All this was done, that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, saying, Tell ye the daughter of Sion, Behold, thy King cometh unto thee, meek, and sitting upon an ass, and a colt the foal of an ass.
    I use the king James to illustrate a point. Jesus chose the lowliest of beasts to bestow his glory upon. Jesus, not the “ass” upon which He rode received the glory. Take away Jesus and all you see is an “ass”.
    To apply this to humans. Think of Jesus riding upon the shoulders of a human. The glory would be given to Jesus. Many in ministry try instead to ride upon the shoulders of Jesus and exault themselves and “their” ministry. I remember reading about William Seymour, Pastor of the Azuza street church, and how he would dive under the piano bench when the glory of God fell do as to get out of the Holy Spirit’s way.

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