Prime Numbers 1, 2, 3, and 5
One is the loneliest number you will ever find. Two can be as lonely as one, but the number one is the loneliest. I can recall a song that utilized those two sentences from my High School years in the late 60’s to early 70’s, but I’m not sure of all the lyrics. However, they can greatly assist in under-standing an important principle. Throughout scripture, one represents unity, and two represents both division and unity. [1 ÷ 1 = 1 and 1 × 1 = 1, but 1 + 1 = 2 and 1 – 1 = 0] These four simple mathematical functions utilizing the first two prime numbers (1 & 2) can explain many things. Two is the only even prime number and represents unified duality found throughout scripture.
In the beginning was The Energy. Being lonely, He transformed a portion of Himself into the express image called The Light and gave Him the selfsame wisdom and truth He possessed. Energy now has a son and creating partner, and the two were of one mind and purpose; however, there was still loneliness. Together, they developed a plan to build many mansions (galaxies) in infinite space and proposed to fill it with children, but first they had to create the matter necessary to accomplish the task. With the supreme trimorphic intellect of understanding, knowledge, and wisdom both possessed, it was by the will of the Energy that the Light said, “Let M = E ÷ C2.” [The Big Bang] (Heb. 1:3; Jn. 1:1, 14:2; Gen. 1:1; Job 38:7) The perpetually of all creation had begun.
Billions of years later after the earth had come to pass into an indistinguishable ruin; God remade it in six days, and on the sixth day said, “Let us make man in our image, after our likeness”. The Lord God saw that man did not have a companion and was lonely, so he took a portion of the man (a chromosome) and made (genetically designed) a woman, and together they are two in marriage, yet one as in the image and likeness of God. (Gen. 1:26-27, 2:7, 21-23) Since man is in the image and likeness of God, God is an image and likeness of man. God creates, man procreates, which is the likeness. The human male needed a female helper to procreate as the Father needed a helper to create all that exists. God is a unity of two as man is a unity of two, which is the image of God. God’s purpose is to bring many children to glory. (Rom. 8, Gen. 2:23-24, 5:1-2) The Eternals’ procreation is through the transformation of Their energy/Light into little lower intelligent matter mankind (Adam – male/female). (Ps. 8:4-6) [Angels (mal׳ak) in verse 5 is the only place translated from Elohiym, the Hebrew word for God(s).]
Two, which represents unity as well as division, is the foundation of the duality of understanding. In the biology of human reproduction, only one single sperm enters a single egg, then cell divisions begin to create a new life. There are rare examples of identical twins, which is a single conception that self-divides into separate but physically identical individuals. Maternal twins are two separate conceptions. Most multiple births today are the result of successful fertility farming.
The most important prime of two is the Godhead (God-mind), and the Bible is quite clear about it. And God said; Let us make man in our image, after our likeness. (Gen. 1:26) In the beginning was the Logos, and the Logos was with Theos, and the Logos was Theos. (Jn. 1:1) Logos and Theos are two, yet they are one in spirit (mind-character), and the Logos is the creative partner to Theos. (Gen. 1:1; Jn. 1:2-3) Man and Woman are two, yet one in marriage. (Gen. 2:23-24) The female is the creative partner to the male, although she does the gestatory work like Logos in which all things consist (to set together, introduce, exhibit). (Col. 1:17) Labor or pain is a better translation for sorrow in Gen. 3:16.
The definition of Holy Spirit is sacred breath, sacred character, or sacred intellect, i.e. the very mind of God. Wisdom is given a feminine personage in Proverbs, but she is not part of the Godhead. The best way to explain the Godhead is with the pure language of mathematics. [1 + 1 = 2 not 3] Any other suggestion is mathematical error! However, the two are one. [1 × 1 = 1 & 1 ÷ 1 = 1] Without one or the other, there is nothing. [1 – 1 = 0] That is the simplicity of arithmetic! It is also the simplicity that is in Christ2. [Truth × Light]
The Spirit of Truth is the Word of God. (Jn. 1:1, 15:26, 16:13, 17:17; Jas. 1:18) The Father and Son are two spirit entities, but one creating unity, which is the Godhead or God-mind. [Revision Addition 2020: The Holy Spirit is streamed from the Father thru the Son! (Rev. 19:10) The Holy Spirit is the Power (Watts) of the Father’s energy (Voltage) expressed through the Son who is the light (Current) of mankind. (Power = Voltage × Current) Man is like a resistor. (Power = Current2 × Resistance) When man rejects Christ2 (current2) there is no connection to the power of the Father. Man does have the freedom of choice to connect by being either on with OR off from Christ. I am a certified Journeyman Electrician by the Dept. of Navy, U.S. Dept. of Labor, and IBEW. Those three certificates and my High School Diploma are the only four certificates I can hang on a wall.] The Holy Spirit is the supreme intellect of Elohiym (Theos/Logos) and in the divine prime of seven constitutes the seven spirits of the Lord: fear, counsel, might, knowledge, understanding, wisdom, and truth. (Is. 11:2; Jn. 15:26)
The spirit in man is the human spirit. Spirit is literally defined as breath or air, and figuratively as intellect or mind in both the Hebrew and Greek. Air contains oxygen necessary for life. Life is in the blood. The blood supplies oxygen to the brain, which works by electro-magnetic impulse. It is where the intellect resides. Spiritual conception is when the electro-magnetism of man’s mind (human spirit) is begotten by the electro-magnetism of God’s mind (Holy Spirit) that a new creature is formed, then begins to grow in the body of Christ, but you’re not yet born again. (2 Cor. 5:17; 1 Pet. 1:23) The word born in 1 Pet. 1:23 is translated from anagennao – to beget. It is translated begotten in 1 Pet. 1:3. The word born in Jn. 3:3-8 is translated from: gennao – to procreate, procreation (lit) and to regenerate, regeneration (fig). Wisdom is the womb in which the newly begotten creature grows. (Rev. 12:1-2; Eph. 3:9-11; 1 Cor. 2:7; Luke 7:35, 11:49; Matt. 11:19, Prov. 1-8) The rebirth or regeneration of the saints to an immortal body will take place at the last (seventh) trump. This is the first resurrection. (1 Cor. 15:47-55; Rev. 20:4-6) The second death does not have power in the first resurrection. The birth pains in being born again is at either of the two resurrections after the first death. But in the second resurrection, the second death does have power! (Rev. 20:11-15)
In the United States and other countries, fetuses are willfully aborted daily by free choice. Spiritual abortion is when a converted person begotten by the Holy Spirit continues to willfully sin. (Ezek. 18; Is. 55:6-9) It is incorrect to say, “I’m born again”,but it is correct to say, “I’m begotten again”. Read carefully what Jesus said in John 3. If you are indeed born again, I would like to see you disappear then reappear, or change form and walk through solid matter. (Luke 24:36-37; Mk. 16:12; Jn. 20:26; Acts 26:13; 1 Jn. 3:9; 1 Cor. 14:44)
What more love could the creators have for their creation than for the Father to willingly sacrifice his only begotten Son who willingly laid down his life honoring his Father in redeeming their creation? (Jn. 3:16, 10:17-18) If Christ had failed in his mission on earth while in the flesh, the entire universe would have imploded, leaving the Father (energy) without the son (light). Take light out of the equation M = E ÷ C2 and what do you have? The entire universe would have become a black hole, a gravitational field of energy absent of light with no possible way for life to exist, regenerate, or continue. All matter would have just vanished. Jesus Christ’s sacrifice was much more than just the redemption of man. It was for the restitution, salvation, and stability of the entire creation. That is the true PASSION OF CHRIST! The evidence is hidden in the Shroud of Turin.
It was necessary from the foundation of creation that the creator should become as the created. The squaring of light’s velocity was critical to the equation E = mc². Christ’s first sacrifice was the sharing of himself in the process of creation. His second sacrifice was for the reconciliation of man (matter) to the Father (energy). To redeem man’s fallen state, Christ became a flesh born man (matter) in order to bring man back into unity with and under the Father. Christ became flesh by the equation’s fourth transposition. Christ2 is the root (power) of creation ´ salvation. (Is. 11:10-11; Job 19:23-28; Rom. 11:16-36; Col. 2:6-10; Ezek. 41:21; 2 Tim. 2:15; Rev. 21:22, 22:13, 16) Christ in the flesh was to be of the root of Jesse father of David. That is why Jesus also called himself the son of man.
c = √(E⁄m) or Christ in the flesh = √(Father⁄man
There are two books of life in the Bible, and they are the two resurrections. The Lambs Book of Life is found in Rev. 21:27 and Rev. 13:8, and the Book of Life is found in Rev 20:12 and 17:8. In the Old Testament, the two are stated the book with no distinction between the two, but are actually both since the word can also be plural. (Dan. 12:1-2) The two books have two different purposes, but the names found written in them have eternal life in common. The Lamb’s Book of Life is the first resurrection describing those in Rev. 20:4-6, and the first some in Dan. 12:2. The second death has no power over the first resurrection. The many in Dan. 12:2 is from: rab – abundant (in quantity, size, age, rank, and quality) A contrast from: rabab – (primary root) – to cast together. The indication is that all who have ever lived will be raised, each in their order, which is better translated series or succession. (1 Cor. 15:22-23) [This is the only place tagma is translated order. It is a derivative from: tasso (primary verb) – to arrange in an orderly manner, i.e. to assign or dispose. The word tagma is also translated: addicted in 1 Cor. 16:15; determined in Acts 15:2; appointed in Matt. 28:16 and Acts 22:10; ordained in Acts 13:48 and Rom. 13:1] Everyone born of the flesh is assigned to a resurrection.
The Almighty Holy Father in heaven is the only person who writes names in the Lamb’s Book of Life, and these names are the Saints. (Jn. 6:39, 44, 17:1-26; Luke 10:20; Zech. 14:5) The custom of the Catholic Church is to submit names, and then vote on who is elevated to Sainthood. The word draw used in John 6:44 is translated from: heiko – to drag (lit. or fig.) and akin to: haireounia – to take for oneself, also comparative to: helisso – to coil or wrap. The Father takes for Himself those whom He chooses and if necessary, drags them through His written word to coil and wrap them in His truth, which is His son Jesus Christ, the truth and the light. (Jn. 1:1-4, 17:17, 3:21) He doesn’t necessarily send them to philosophical schools of theology!
In Rev. 14:12 the faith of (in) Jesus is conjunction to they that keep the commandments of God. The faith of (in) Jesus is: He stepped down from His eternal existence to become earthly flesh, was anointed King of Kings, won the battle of Satan’s temptation, then delivered the Gospel of the Kingdom of God, taught His disciples while healing the sick and lame, suffered trial and persecution, then nailed to a cross spilling His blood dying for the sins of all mankind, and resurrected from the dead so that all mankind may have an opportunity to eternal life. (Jn. 3:16) The Disciples of Christ who keep God’s commandments and have the testimony of Jesus Christ will have the faith necessary to STAND in the face of the beast because they loved not their lives unto the death. (Rev. 12:11)
The second resurrection is found in Rev. 20:11-15 and the second some in Dan. 12:2. This is the book of life, which is known as The Great White Throne Judgment and takes place after the 1000-year reign of Jesus Christ and the Saints. In this resurrection the second death has power! It is the Last Great Day as foreshadowed in God’s festival found in Lev. 23:33-36. All God’s holy festivals found in Leviticus 23 are important to Him and foreshadow the entire plan of redemption and the reconciliation of man to God. The eighth day following the seven feast days is the seventh annual Sabbath of the year and represents the divine perfection of God’s new beginning for mankind. The eighth day is the beginning of a new millennial workweek, as the 1000-year reign of Christ is the earth’s millennial Sabbath Rest from Satan’s influence during the last six millennial workdays (6000 years). Since the fall of Adam, this old world has seen 6000 years of rebellion, bloodshed, war, famine, disease, hunger, pain, misery, oppression, lies, and all kinds of deception. But when Christ as King of Kings comes to establish the Kingdom of God, planet earth will have her SabbathRest.Mankind will live in a unified world of peace, harmony, and love for God and each other. Jesus Christ, Kings of Kings will rule with a rod of iron! (Rev. 2:27, 12:5, 19:15, Psalms 2:9)
The penalty for sin is death, and all of mankind has sinned and suffer death. Those in the second resurrection will be raised up in the flesh. (Ezek. 37:1-14) This is the judgment in which the second death has power. The shame and (or) everlasting contempt in Dan. 12:2 is the verdict according to the worksfound in the other books. (Rev. 20:12-13) The Hebrew words used in Dan. 12:2 are as follows:
- shame – cherpah – disgrace, rebuke, reproach, contumely; derived from: charaph – (primary root) to pull off, expose (as by stripping) specifically to betroth (as if a surrender).
- contempt – dera’own – to repulse, an object of aversion, abhorring.
Considering order or succession with the definitions above, the second resurrection may take some time. (Rev. 14:17-20, 20:11-15) The word space refers to time. That is why the last great day is the beginning of a new millennial workweek. That is the time when things will be made clear for all those who have died in deception or have never heard the truth. Some teach the second resurrection is for the wicked, and all of them will be cast into the lake of fire. If that is true, then why is there a book of life opened? That teaching doesn’t paint a pretty picture of God’s intelligence or mercy. Why would he resurrect the dead just to destroy them? There are some that say that there is not a second chance and today is the only day of salvation. That teaching limits God’s mercy, and I do not dare place limits on God’s love, mercy, or power. If we are prejudged in this life and bound for all eternity in either a blissful heaven or a burning hell at the time of death, why are the resurrections and a final judgment necessary? There is no great degree of wisdom in understanding all this; however, it does require some degree of common sense, unless you’re a Vulcan with simple logic – 101.
Those who are found with shame will receive healing (Rev. 21:4), but those who are found with contempt will be cast into the lake of fire. (Rev. 20:14-15) This is the second death, which is eternal death. It is not everlasting life in hellfire! It is everlasting nonexistence, eternal nothingness, and to be totally forgotten. (Ex. 32:33; Rev. 21:8; Dan. 4:35) It will be like district court where it is best for everyone to plead guilty, but the blood of the lamb will have already paid the price. All things will be exposed. Some will acknowledge their shame and God will strip off their disgrace and heal them. Some will want to argue with the Judge about the doctrines and traditions they have known and always believed. They may be found in contempt of court and cast into the lake of fire. There may be others that will think themselves above judgment. Those will surely be cast into the lake of fire! Like the Borg say on Star Trek, resistance is futile. It is not a second or any other number of chances. It will be the only chance because it is the final judgement! (Is. 9; Matt. 18:21-35; Jn. 3:17-21)
When Satan was bound to his tree in the Garden of Eden, he could have said, “sssssssh, stay away, you do not want this fruit, for you will become like me, and it will bring upon you – death. Listen to and obey your Lord and maker.” Would God have forgiven him and gave him a second chance? When Satan is released after the 1000 years, does he have to go out to deceive the nations? Will this not be a last chance for him to repent? We know what happened in the garden. The Scriptures state what will happen at the end of the 1000 years. Satan’s mind is so twisted, warped, chaotic, and just plain screwed up, all he wants to do is destroy, destroy, destroy! Satan is so far gone; he is like the Derelict in the BBC series, Doctor Who. As in baseball – strike three, you’re out!
The innocent sheep that are led astray by false shepherds and the doctrines and traditions of men will bare their shame and guilt more easily than the false shepherds who misled them. The false shepherds will be judged to a higher standard, especially those who profited, and their supervising shepherds to a much higher standard. There will be no B.A.’s, M.A.’s, Ph.D.’s, or any other type of manmade degree in philosophy, theology, sociology, psychology, or religion admitted as evidence in this court of judgment. The truth in scripture cannot be found in the theological schools of man, but only in the Holy Word of God with the assistance of the spirit of prophecy and truth. The prophecies against these shepherds are found in Isaiah 56, Jeremiah 23, Ezekiel 34, and Zechariah 11.
Throughout the New Testament, there are two phrases used in the hope for eternal life. The Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Heaven are the same as they relate to eternal life, but the Kingdom of God is the first resurrection, and the Kingdom of Heaven is the new heavens and earth that follows the Great White Throne Judgment. Jesus taught to seek first the Kingdom of God. (Matt. 6:33-34) Many are called, but few are chosen to rule in the Kingdom of God; however, the ones not chosen to rule may find themselves as subjects in the Kingdom of Heaven. (Matt. 20:1-16 and chapters 5-7) Our Father in heaven chooses the saints who will rule with Christ. (John 6:44, 17; Matt. 22:1-14; Rev. 20:4-6)
The knowledge of Christ and the redeeming power of his blood are the only things that any person can carry to the grave for their future benefit. The false shepherds will answer for their leading the sheep astray in doctrine. The message for these last days is to come out of the Babylonian mess we’re in, and it is for both shepherds and sheep. What resurrection or book of life will I be in? That is totally up to my Father in heaven, and it doesn’t really make any difference to me, for either book of life will be a reward of eternal life. Those who like to consider their own selves great and already written in the Lamb’s Book of Life may be fooling themselves. (Matt. 18:1-7, 23:1-12; Lk. 14:7-14, 18:9-14, 22:24-30; John 10:25-30)
The number three is often associated with God’s mighty power. Many things came by threes, such as the number of days Jesus’ body was in the grave (Matt. 12:40), months Moses’ mother hid him (Ex. 2:2), Noah’s sons (Gen. 6:10), Job’s daughters (Job 42:13-14), righteous men who could save their own souls (Eze. 14:14), Saul’s days without sight (Acts 9:9), gates on each side of the holy city (Rev. 21:13), and the three temples. Two were destroyed. The first was in 587 BC and the second in 70 AD. The third will begin construction in 0001 ACR (After Christ Returns). It will stand forever!
The only trinity or trilogy you will find in the Bible is the trimorphic intellect of understanding, knowledge, and wisdom. The three parallel with the three major vesicles of the human brain, which are the forebrain (prosencephalon – pro-sense), midbrain (mesencephalon – me-sence), and hindbrain (rhombencephalon – om-bense). It is not three brains in one mind or three minds in one brain, but one brain with three major parts that constitute one trimorphic mind in a single person. As previously stated, the Holy Spirit is not a person, but the very mind or intellect of God. [There are no gender pronouns in the Greek. The particle autos can be translated he, she, him, her, or it.]The following definitions are from the Greek Dictionary:
- knowledge – gnosis – the act of knowing, knowledge, science.
- understanding – suniemi or sunesis – to put together, to comprehend, or to mentally discern. Also: nous – the intellect i.e. the mind (human or divine). [The word intellect is not used in the New Testament. Nous is translated understanding in Lk. 24:45, 1 Cor. 14:14, 15, 19, Phil. 4:7, and Rev. 13:18. It is also translated mind in Rev. 17:9; 1 Cor. 1:10, 2:16; Rom. 1:28, 7:23, 25, 11:34, 12:2, 14:5; Eph. 4:17, 23]
- wisdom – sophia – the act of being wise – wisdom (whether higher, lower, worldly, or spiritual). From: sophos – wise, akin to: saphes – clear, to make clear.
There are three angelic messages found in Rev. 14:6-12. (Since the number of verses total to seven, they can be considered a supreme divine message for all mankind.) The first two angels are not numbered first or second but described only as another. These two and the third angel follow the description of the 144,000 in the proceeding verses, but don’t necessarily sequentially follow the event; neither do they follow each other in the order written. The message in verse 6 is the preaching of the everlasting gospel that some believe was accomplished during the Philadelphia era of the church. That can’t be true because verse 7 states: for the hour (time or season) of his judgment is come. It is also preached just before and during the seven years of testing and judgment. (Rev. 7:1-8, 8:13)
Since the Lord has spewed out of his mouth his lazy church, the 144,000 sealed during the sixth and seventh seal’s opening and 21 days of silence may be the ones who bring this message during the Great and terrible day (year) of the Lord. They are a special group because they are virgins…and in their mouths was found no guile; for they are without fault before the throne of God. The word guile is translated from: dolos – from an obsolete prime dello (to decoy) – a trick (bait) i.e. (fig.) wile – craft, deceit, guile, subtilty (nicety). Their message will be direct and forward without regard to the sensitivity of hearing and the doctrines and traditions of men. They are redeemed from mankind and don’t necessarily have to be all males. A virgin (maiden) retains their purity for marriage, whether male or female. That might be hard to find among today’s youth, but there is a special group of people that might fit the calling. A caring society often calls them special, but a careless society calls them retards. Now that is something to think about! They are the Lamb’s chorus that sings the song that no man can learn and the Lamb’s entourage that follows him everywhere He goes. (Rev. 14: 1-4)
The third angel message in Rev. 14:9-12 is the warning about the mark, the receiving of the mark, and the worship of the beast and his image. Verse 10 states that they will receive punishment and have no rest from it. Review the fifth trumpet and the seven last plagues. It is the smoke of their torment that ascends forever as an everlasting testimony, not the torment itself. That message is for today! It is for God’s people to come out of the Babylonian harlot and her daughters, or they will receive her plagues. (Lev. 26; Is. 13:11, 24:21, 26:21; Jer. 9:25, 25:29, 30:11, 46:28, 49:12; Rev. 8, 9, 16)
The angel in Rev. 14:8 that announces, Babylon is fallen, is fallen is the same angel in Rev. 18, but is giving more detail of Babylon’s fall. In Rev. 18:4, the other voice is the third angel in Rev. 14:9-11. The Apostle John did not necessarily write the book of Revelation in the sequence in which the revelation was given him, nor did the visions come in time sequence during their revealing. That is why the book has always been such a mystery. People like things handed to them on a silver platter. God doesn’t work that way. You must study God’s Word with a sincere desire for understanding and thirst for knowledge; then wisdom will manifest itself precept upon precept, line upon line, here a little, there a little. (Is. 28:9-15)
A comprehensive understanding of Daniel and Revelation would be withheld until the last days because God doesn’t want his people to soon forget. Look at the way things are happening today. Yesterday’s news is forgotten within a week or two. If you were to ask people that watch the news how many brave young soldiers have died in Iraq and Afghanistan for their commander in chief, most couldn’t tell you; but, if you were to ask them about Paris Hilton or Michael Jackson, you couldn’t shut them up. I can remember seeing Paris strutting down the streets of LA with a Bible under her arms on the news.
There are three woes stated in Revelation 8:13. The first woe is the fifth trumpet and does not appear to kill anyone, but the second woe is the sixth trumpet and kills the third part of men. (Rev. 9:13-18) The two witnesses in Rev. 11 are finally killed after 3.5 years of giving their testimony with power, left in the street to rot, and then are raised 3.5 days later at the close of the sixth trumpet. That will take place about late fall or early winter, which is about Christmas time. And they that dwell upon the earth shall rejoice over them, and make merry, and shall send gifts one to another, then the last of the three woes, which is the seventh trumpet that is the seven last plagues.
[WOE-WOE-WOE!!! This will be the last HO-HO-HO-!!!]
The two witnesses begin prophesizing between the fourth and fifth seal with power. They will ascend to heaven as the seventh (last) trumpet is being sounded. Revelation 16 describes the plagues, but only affects those who have the mark of the beast, while 17-18 describes the harlot (false church), and her judgments. Zech. 14, Is. 66, and Rev. 19 thru 20 are Christ’s return to rule and reign over the third brought through the fire.
Five is an important prime number in scripture. There were five wise and five foolish virgins. (Matt. 25:1-12.) Elisabeth hid herself five months after conceiving John the Baptist. (Lk. 1:24) The fifth trumpet is five months of torment. (Rev. 9:5) Five is often associated with grace as with the five loaves in Matt. 14:15-21, but there were seven loaves in Matt. 15:34-38. Five and multiples of five are mostly associated with the dimensions of the tabernacle, Solomon’s temple, as well as the new temple, city, and dwelling place of the Lord in Ezekiel. (Ex. 26-27; 1 Kings 6; Eze. 40-48)
In Numbers 7, the peace offering made by each of the twelve tribes was 2 oxen, 5 rams, 5 he goats, and 5 lambs. A pyramid has four faces and three sides per face. [3 × 4 = 12 tribes] In the Giza group, the pinnacles of the largest two are in a NE alignment, and there are three sets of five corners.
The first five prime numbers have great biblical significance. Could the missing link in Biblical understanding be basic Math? The fiveness was noted in the pyramids. The four prime numbers (1, 2, 3, & 5) in our system of numbers (1-10) are associated with the pyramid as well as the human being. One pyramid (soul) has an interior and exterior (1 mind in 1 body), but the two are one thing or one being with a trimorphic intellect. (3-point side view) There are five corners as we have five fingers and toes on each hand or foot. The pinnacle is the fifth corner and represents the freedom of mind (free moral agency – freedom of choice) to make one of only two choices. There is no and will not be a third option!
Christ and eternal life ◄ OR ► Satan and eternal death
[2020 revision addition]
Everyone has Freedom of choice! You were endowed by your creator with it! I can only pray that all will exercise that right with some wisdom. Revelations 20:11-15 describes the Great White Throne Judgment. One of the books opened in the first part of verse 12 is considered a book of remembrance as well as The Book(s) of Truth and the other – The Book of Life. The Eternal is the Judge and Jury. There will be no defense lawyers! The Blood of the Lamb of God is the only witness that can enter a plea for mercy. I personally will not judge any individual in this issue; however, the Spirit of Truth has placed it in my heart to ask two questions that should be very carefully considered before a choice is made. Although it would be considered unusual, would it be fair and just if the very smallest of the dead (those denied the chance to the breath of life by their mothers by only a choice made because of “inconvenience”) be risen and stand as witness against those who denied them the chance to that very breath? The Lord can forgive and is full of mercy, but would the little ones have mercy over the shame or would the claim to free choice be held in everlasting contempt? (Daniel 12:2)