"A Believers' View"

“A Believers’ View”

“The Great Mediator”
Gregory V. Boulware

Long ago, chaos ruled the world. Peace and happiness was nowhere to be found.

There was a young boy with a message who conversed with the wise and learned Holy Men. This boy was 12 years of age. He was very well versed in the Holy Scriptures, more so than they. After hours and days had passed, the Holy Men asked the boy, “How is it that you are so well versed in the Holy Scriptures?” “Many of us have spent our entire lifetime studying the Holy Book and it’s scriptures therein, and continually endure difficulty deciphering its meanings.” The boy replied, “I am about my fathers’ business.” “I am the son of God.”

After the boy became a man, a Rabbi, one of the elders present when the man was a boy of twelve, recalled the question and answer meeting. He recalled the statement that was made of this man when he was a boy. “I am about my fathers’ business.” “I am the son of God.” The healing of the sick and bringing sight to the sightless were among some of the deeds that he was said to have accomplished. The man met his demise with mistrust, envy, jealousy, fear of progress in the right direction, and betrayal. He brought peace to the heart, soul, and mind with “just words.”

Today there is chaos, wars, starvation, greed, envy, betrayal and mistrust among the populace and the nations of the world. It is said by many, the prophet shall surely return to this world.

“One of the important results of the end-time events that lead to the return of the Messiah is the reunification of the “lost tribes” of Israel/Ephraim with their brethren. “All of Israel” (the entire twelve tribes) cannot be saved unless they are all brought back into a unity (echad). It is necessary for those of Israel who are “lost”
among the nations (Ephraim, the “fullness of the gentiles”) to come back in, and only then can this happen. This is the point of the “mystery” of Romans 11:25.”


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