Was John the Baptist the fulfillment of Elijah to come?
15 September 2007
Re: Your question about Elias and John the Baptist
When I was given claim to be Elijah the prophet of God, most of the Pharisees of this day, the pastors, would reject what God has given me to know during my stay in Colorado Springs, Colorado, U.S.A. in 1981. So I crossed America to hear, "You cannot be Elijah, for John the Baptist was Elijah", so they led their people to disclaim me as a person to be desired. Only a few simple humble people have been given to know who I am in reality.
The people asked Jesus about John the Baptist, He said he, John the Baptist, was the greatest messenger, Malachi 3:1 and Matthew 11:7 to 11, "Behold, I send My messenger." That was then.
When Jesus was upon the cross He called for Elias to come, Matthew 27:47. If John the Baptist was Elias, why did Jesus say this when John the Baptist was already beheaded? It was because He was speaking of Elijah the prophet, Malachi 4:5, the prophet of this Gentile period, now.
When they asked John if he was Elias, he said, "No." They asked, "Are you that prophet?" He said, "No", John 1:21-23. Was he lying? He said he was a voice in the wilderness as a messenger. HE WAS A MESSENGER ONLY.
My ministry is basically "Remember the Law of Moses," Malachi 4:4. So that's what I have been doing these last years since I started from Colorado Springs, Colorado, across America and to the nations. Now I have been given to serve the Lord in this Mediterranean area. When I went to Israel, and placed the Ten Commandments on bus stops upon Jaffa Street, Jerusalem, and the Jewish rabbis rejected them, for they were tormented by the Law being placed before them, as they were not living these commandments in their daily lives, just as the Pharisees in our Lord Jesus' time did not.
Then I saw the government of America reject the placing of the Ten Commandments out in public in the U.S.A. and the general Christian church also put them out of sight, saying, "We're not under the Ten Commandments anymore. We're under grace", so unprepented sin of iniquity is rampant under this situation and more so each day from the pulpit on down.
So God is now ending the Gentile period of salvation, Romans 11:25, and the time period now approaching is the salvation of the remnant of Israelites in Israel which shall be saved as written in Romans 11:26 to 36. He will fulfill what is written in Romans 9:27, Ezekiel 36:20-28 and Ezekiel 37:1 to 28, to fulfill Jeremiah 23:3 to 8, Revelation 7:1 to 8, and Revelation 11:1 to 6. It is all written to happen in Almighty God's appointed time, soon. God's Will be done.