Friday, October 19, 2018

both the ears of every one that heareth it shall tingle.


[15] He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.


[15] And the seventh angel sounded; and there were great voices in heaven, saying, The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord, and of his Christ; and he shall reign for ever and ever.

Saturday, October 6, 2018

Eleven fifteen
What does it mean?

I'm a poet
And didn't know it.

Tuesday, December 29, 2015

The Way I See It

Matthew 1 has Joseph's lineage. The names can be grouped into 14s. Each 14 matches a pair of sevens in Revelation 1.

Matthew 1:17 matches Revelation 1:20 because the generations are human beings and in Revelation the objects are angelic or human beings.

Matthew 1:18-4:15 matches Revelation 2-3 because the seven events in Matthew end with something audible happening and each church of Revelation has "He that hath an ear..." near the end. The only Matthew passage where this is not obvious is the wise men. The warning they got in Greek means a spoken warning.

Matthew 4:16-25 matches Revelation 4. In Matthew the word net is used three times. In Revelation the phrase "round about the throne" appears three times.  Net is first singular then plural two times . The throne first has a singular rainbow then plural elders and beasts. You may notice a match of a more general nature.

Matthew 5-7 matches Revelation 5 by the word "open". Both passages end with strong positive emotional responses to Jesus.

Matthew 8-9 matches Revelation 6 three times. Show me what you got.

Matthew 10 matches Revelation 7. It's a gimme.

Matthew 11 matches Revelation 8. This only recently became apparent. Matthew 11:15 matches Revelation 8:6. You think this would be obvious to the most casual of observers, but somehow it has illuded us for two thousand years. I find this fascinating and am baffled that no one else does. Why the fluke doesn't anyone see this?

Matthew 12 matches Revelation 9-12
Matthew starts with the religious leaders apposing Jesus, matches Revelation 9.
In Matthew 12:29- Jesus makes several statements , matches Revelation 10 thunders.
In Matthew Jesus mentions belly, Revelation 10 John's belly.
In Matthew are men of Nineva and Queen of the South, in Revelation 11 two witnesses.
In Matthew Jesus's mom comes to see Him, in Revelation 12 Jesus's mom is the literal and figurative theme.

Matthew 13 matches Revelation 13. The Kingdom of Heaven and Satan's kingdom on earth.

Matthew 14-15 matches Revelation 14
Jesus feeds two crowds in Matthew and God's wrath is associated with wine twice. Jesus walks on water and sits on water vapor.

Matthew 16-17 matches Revelation 15-16
Seeking a sign from heaven and a sign in heaven.
Gates of hell and Tabernacle opened.
Jesus to suffer and seven vials prepared.
Jesus makes six statements and is then transfigured; seven vials poured out.

Matthew 17:9-13 matches Revelation 17:1-7
The desciples understand that John the Baptist, who had his head chopped off, was Elijah. And that Jesus would suffer of them also.
In Revelation an angel tells John, not the Baptist, about the whore spilling the blood of saints.
Isn't this fun?

Matthew 17:14-27 matches Revelation 17:8-18:19
The man's son falls into fire and water. The woman that sits on the waters is burned with fire. Jesus rebukes the devil and it leaves. The ten kings make war with the Lamb and He overcomes them. Jesus tells the disciples that with faith they can move a mountain. The seven heads of the beast are seven mountains.

When Jesus says oh faithless and perverse generation He isn't talking about twenty years, it's this earth age. Those who's names were not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world wonder after the beast.

This next part only makes sense in the Greek.
Jesus and Peter go into town. The collectors ask Peter if they pay the two-drachma tax. Jesus tells Peter to go catch a fish. It will have a stater in it's mouth. A stater is a double di-drachma coin or a double double drachma.
In Revelation they will have double to them double for the evil done. Then throughout chapter 18 the phrase alas alas.

Matthew 18:1-19:15 matches Revelation 18:20-19:1
The Matthew passage opens and closes with children; the Revelation passage with saints rejoicing. Near the beginning of each is the millstone. There are a couple of other things, but I call the Matthew passage the numbers between the children.

Matthew 19:16-21:5 matches Revelation 19:2-19:10
These match up in several chunks. Two chunks of Matthew match one verse in Revelation. The rest is intuitively obvious to the most casual of observers.

Matthew 21:6-18 matches Revelation 19:11-22:1 Let's plod along through this one. We wouldn't want to gallop past and miss anything.
Verse 6 may not go with this. That's ok. Jesus is riding a humble donkey and a mighty war horse.
Next we see people in Jerusalem laying their garments before Jesus, and in Revelation they wear white linens. If their garments got dirty on the ground, now their linens are clean.
Matthew verse 12 matches next up to the word moneychangers. This goes with Revelation verses 15-16. Jesus drives them out of the temple and elsewhere He drove them out with a whip of sorts. In Revelation he smites them and rules with a rod of iron.
Next are the doves and the ravenous carnivorous fowls.
All too easy. -Darth Vader
The den of thieves and the bottomless pit.
And moving right along.
Next Jesus healed all that came to Him in the temple and the first resurrection.
Matthew 21:15-16 and Revelation 20:6-9 In Matthew there is a mix of good and bad people in the temple. Satan is allowed to work through people inside Jerusalem and the temple. In Revelation the good are in the holy city and the bad are destroyed by fire outside the walls. Satan is only allowed to work outside Jerusalem before the final destruction of evil doers.
Then Jesus stays in Bethany. The two definitions of this are house of dates or house of misery. This might have something to do with the lake of fire, but Jesus never goes there. It might match up to the beginning of chapter 21 and the preparation for the eternity.
Then Jesus returns into the city. Obviously this matches chapter 21.
Then Jesus hungered, which matches the water of Revelation 22:1 for the thirsty. The thirsty part comes from Revelation 21:6.

Matthew 21:19- matches Revelation 22:2-3
Blaa blaa blaa tree blaa blaa blaa fruit blaa blaa blaa leaves blaa blaa blaa blaa blaa blaa.
Then Jesus curses the fig tree and kills it, but in the eternity there is no more curse. You just gotta love this stuff.
Then the religious leaders question Jesus' authority and He asks them about John the Baptist. In Revelation no one questions Jesus and John saw these things. This match ends on the two Johns names.
Then Jesus gives the two sons parable and John is told he is a fellow servant for the second time.

Matthew 21:33-22:14 matches Revelation 22:10-14
33 starts with "hear another parable", but the literal translation is "hear a similar parable". I think it means the next two, not similar to the two sons. The next two parables involve bad guys killing good guys and then the good guys kill the bad guys. You decide. Anyway this somehow matches Revelation, not sure. Matthew ends with a guy thrown out and Revelation ends with people coming in. All very complicated.

Matthew 22:15-40 matches Revelation 22:15
Six individuals or groups approach Jesus to trip Him up. There are six types in Revelation. The last person to tempt Jesus is a lawyer. They love and make a lie.
Then the name David comes up in both books. What a coincidence.

Matthew 23:1-24:4 matches Revelation 22:17-20
That's the way I see it.

Thursday, May 14, 2015


Matthew 21
[6] And the disciples went, and did as Jesus commanded them,
[7] And brought the ass, and the colt, and put on them their clothes, and they set him thereon.
Revelation 19
[11] And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he doth judge and make war.
[12] His eyes were as a flame of fire, and on his head were many crowns; and he had a name written, that no man knew, but he himself.
[13] And he was clothed with a vesture dipped in blood: and his name is called The Word of God.
[14] And the armies which were in heaven followed him upon white horses, clothed in fine linen, white and clean.
[15] And out of his mouth goeth a sharp sword, that with it he should smite the nations: and he shall rule them with a rod of iron: and he treadeth the winepress of the fierceness and wrath of Almighty God.
[16] And he hath on his vesture and on his thigh a name written, KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS.