Homer Kizer Ministries

©Matt Hebert

The Bond that Holds

Part IV


In continuing from part III, Christ will not marry His fleshly body (Christ will not marry the man Jesus), He will marry His bride (who has been resurrected from death) with this reality already being fulfilled in the Ark typified in Solomon’s temple. Christ Jesus had not yet “breathed” on 10 of His disciples on the day of the Wave Sheaf (fourth day) when He would ascend to the Father, with 10 Israelites needed to form a new temple, so at this point the last Eve has not yet been constructed, has not yet even begun construction as He walked bearing the sins of Israel before His death. The fleshly body of Jesus served as a temple for the Christ typified in the tent of the meeting, with the promise of resurrection being later placed in the ark (why a promise of resurrection if you’re not going die?), the spiritual body of Christ being typified in Solomon’s temple (where the budded staff and jar of manna were not in; the promise of resurrection promised to Abraham by covenant already fulfilled in the Bride) where this woman is seen dwelling in the wilderness (non-physical) in Revelation. When Jesus was on the cross He cried out aloud to the Father, Homer told me that this was an event that can be likened to a woman screaming out in pain while giving birth. At this point the Christ (spiritual) was within the man Jesus, with Jesus (His fleshly body) being YAH in slave form or human form as the Word of God, so in Jesus crying out (exhaling His breath) would be the left hand portion of the woman of Revelation giving birth to the Christ child (Christ was within the man Jesus; His fleshly body being the reality of the Word spoken). He was the Word who was YAH in the flesh so to speak.  YAH as Jerusalem above was giving birth to the Christ child, and also to the Elect, brothers of Christ, Sons of the Father, who also dwell within fleshly bodies of humans, a very small number of humans.  It's YAH, the Word that became flesh, as the helpmate that gives birth to the Christ child, and the fleshly body of Jesus does eventually die. Christ Jesus as the qualifying firstborn of the Father said that He can only do what He has seen the Father do, and in saying this, He will replicate in Himself (Head and Body/Groom and Bride) a version of what YHWH was before iniquity was found in the heavens. He has already re-written this role, and we see a glimpse of this with the formation of the “New Jerusalem”, not the heavenly Jerusalem that Paul and Peter spoke about who is the mother of the Elect, and the Christ child. Yet in Christ Jesus is the fullness of deity, so this is One God, not four, and Christ was numbered among the transgressors (Isaiah 53:12; Mark 15:28) and Judas was counted among the disciples. What appears on the west side of the endurance is not how it appears on the east side, with Homer explaining this here:

“The four kings of Daniel chapter seven emerge from the sea suddenly, and they are jointly cast down suddenly, with the timeframe for when they are cast down being when “the kingdom and the dominion and the greatness of the kingdoms” (v. 27) are given to the saints of the Most High. So there is a hard date for when the time, times, and half a time during which the little horn wears out the saints (v. 25) ends—and this date is when the court of the Ancient of Days sits in judgment, or day 1260 of the Affliction … if the Second Passover would have occurred in 2011, the four kings would have had their dominion taken from them October 31st, 2014, and would have been cast into time on Halloween. They would have then collectively appeared on earth as the first beast of Revelation chapter 13: it will be the head of the fourth beast that has been dealt a mortal wound, and the body of this fourth beast will not be present for it has been “given over to be burned” (Dan 7:12), whereas the body of the first beast (the lion) and the body of the second beast (the bear) and the body of the third beast (the leopard) are amalgamated into the beast with seven heads and ten horns [the lion, bear, and fourth beast have one head each; the leopard has four heads, while the fourth beast has ten kings, plus the little horn who is also a king].”


Homer had said “Ancient Israel is first the physically circumcised nation that brought forth the male child who will rule all nations with a rod of iron (Rev 12:5), but this physically circumcised nation is also the earthly shadow of the spiritually circumcised nation that will, during the 1260 days of the first half of the seven endtime years of tribulation, bring forth sons of God who will be caught up to heaven by being sacrificed here on earth. Yes, Israel is now, and becomes the woman whose offspring keep the commandments of God and hold to the testimony of Jesus (v. 17), a contradiction that is understandable in the reality of a double rainbow. Thus, what happens to endtime Israel and to endtime humanity during the last 2520 days before Christ returns has been revealed through the double shadow of Israel in the physical and spiritual realms. But the history of the Church as the spiritual shadow of harvested humanity in the Tribulation isn’t an idea that has been well explored, for this history isn’t seen in the writings of the Church fathers but in the history of the natural nation of Israel. The double rainbow concept of physical and spiritual Israel foreshadowing the double harvests of humanity is a mystery of God that could not be explored without a typological base having been first established. It was revealed in John’s vision, but that vision (the Book of Revelation) has been sealed with the literary trope of not occurring until the Lord’s day”



The Ark of the Covenant typically represents the divine covenant that God made with Abraham pertaining to his seed… that His spirit would be given to his (Abraham’s) seed when the aspirated “AH” was added to Abrams name signifying that his seed would receive this Holy breath of life. Any true, born of spirit disciple walking around today with a second breath of life will have come to realize that they are a living epistle as a written letter from Christ (2 Cor. 3:1–3) that can overwrite the errors done in the left hand enantiomer reflecting its reality, as the reality can “overwrite” and cause those things seen (the reflection… their sin) in the wilderness to not appear in the temple…and this is exactly what Christ has done by the jar of manna and Aaron’s staff not being inside the Ark which was placed in Solomon’s temple. He removed Himself from the temple (Ezekiel 8-11) by becoming sin IN Jerusalem, then was taken outside the gates of Jerusalem to be sacrificed as an offering for the firstborn to be freed from slavery to a ruler. He has first removed Himself from heaven by emptying Himself to be born as a human, then removed Himself from the temple by becoming the sacrifice outside of Jerusalem so there could be a new creation which is fulfilled in the Bride when He was given a second breath and resurrected after the loss of His first breath, the first breath that He received from humankind passed down to His mother Mary going back to the first Adam, the second breath given to Him when He was baptized, that breath coming from the Father, not YAH.

Any observance of Yom Kipporim today will bring about a consciousness of sins committed in any realm whether it be physical or spiritual, and that sin is remembered as long as Yom Kipporim is observed. But there’s a promise under the new covenant that sin will be no longer remembered, a sin offering that was performed in the entrance of the tent of the meeting (Lev. 1:5) that needs to be overwritten, and will be. It is only in entering into the New Covenant that there will be no remembrance of sin, an event which leads us to a “Day Two” (not second day) of the Creation “P” account, an event that Homer and I would have great discussions about through e-mails, that will tie in all of this series into one paragraph in Part V.

When Christ would “breathe” (John 20:22) on His disciples it would form the spiritual office or significance of a woman being constructed from the man as seen in the Garden and Christ Jesus won’t marry His fleshly body. He gets married in a temple, but He’ll be given a new, glorified body, not regain His fleshly body, for the flesh is perishable and does not put on immortality if “Death” is to be conquered and “swallowed up in victory”.

“For this perishable body must put on the imperishable, and this mortal body must put on immortality. When he perishable puts on the imperishable, and the mortal puts on immortality, then shall come to pass the saying that is written: “Death is swallowed up on victory”. (1 Cor. 14:53-54).


“And which now has been manifested through the appearing of our Savior Christ Jesus, who abolished death and brought life and immortality to light through the gospel..” (2 Ti. 1:10)


In order to enter the physical temple, you had to be physically circumcised (excludes women being counted as a person; she was counted as being under her husband if married or her father if unmarried), had to be baptized and had to bring an offering to the temple. But when the temple goes from dead stones to living stones, circumcision is now of the heart, baptism is into Christ (death of the old self) and the appropriate offering to this Spiritual Temple was the life of this proselyte.

“I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship. Do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.” (Romans 12:1)

And from Peter:

“As you come to him, a living stone rejected by men but in the sight of God chosen and precious, you yourselves like living stones are being built up as a spiritual house, to be a holy priesthood, to offer spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.” (1 Peter 2:4-5)

The spirit (breath) of the Father that entered the man Jesus would give life to an indwelling yet non-living (non-breathing) soul which was contained within the flesh of Jesus or within the man Jesus. The Greek linguistic icon “pneuma” can easily be read as breath but translates in Latin as <spīritus> , so what gave life to the inner soul that was previously without life was the breath of the Father which transformed the man Jesus into the Christ; a (singular) living entity with two breaths of life…one physical and one spiritual, which functions within a select group of humans on this side of the Endurance, the Endurance being the 2nd 1260 days, and until then, we appear as we are and not like Him (1 John 3:2). This happened when He was baptized, when His body that breathed oxygen became a temple for the spiritually living, new creature which has yet to receive a new body. A person’s breath is not the person. A person’s breath represents the life of the person. Oxygen molecules of a breathing creature carried by the red blood cells through the lungs then throughout the body figuratively represents the life of a person as it causes a body to be breathing…living. Not every breath of a person is in speaking words. You breathe while you sleep. So the breath of God used in spoken words becomes the source material for the construction of a vessel which brings forth life, whether it be in creating angels or the cosmos.

Baptism is essential in creating a vessel or container which unites two breaths into one entity; two breaths in a single vessel, with sacrifices necessary to allow this union of different or mixed breaths (physical/spiritual) to function in one vessel, a function performed by the priests. The priests were separate from Israel in their role of performing sacrifices; they were to consecrate themselves by performing cleansing sacrifices for themselves and would make burnt offerings for Israel which provided blessings and protection from God for the nation and acted as mediators by communicating with God to them. But the more this nation, the firstborn of the LORD (Ex. 4:22) disbelieved in their God, communication between God and Israel regressed from direct communications as with Moses, to dreams and visions, and then without the sanctuary and sacrifices, through the prophets. But when there were priests serving the sanctuary, they were separate from Israel, they were different.


"And you, separate your brother Aaron and his sons from among the Israelites, and bring them close to you... so they can serve me as priests— (Exodus 28:1)

“Thus he shall make atonement for the Holy Place, because of the uncleanness of the people of Israel and because of their transgressions, all their sins. And so he shall do for the tent of meeting, which dwell with them in the midst of their uncleanness.” (Lev. 16:16).


Both Peter and Paul were making the case for the priestly roles of the first century Elect in what is required of them in making sacrifices for the spiritual nation of Israel, Israel being counted in in the census and the priests were not counted; not counted as Israel:

From Peter:

“As you come to him, a living stone rejected by men but in the sight of God chosen and precious, you yourselves like living stones are being built up as a spiritual house, to be a holy priesthood, to offer spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.” (1 Peter 2:4-5 emphasis added)

And from Paul:

“I appeal to you therefore, brothers, by the mercies of God, to present your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and acceptable to God, which is your spiritual worship. Do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect.” (Romans 12:1 emphasis added)


Holiness means separation from that which is not clean, from those things that are common which defile a person. In the wilderness was Israel and YAH, YAH who spoke the words of life before there was a temple, and Israel who said they’d keep the words of life but didn’t. Israel had separated itself from God, which brings about why there needed to be priests with their ritual cleansing services serving between Israel and God. YAH could not be bonded to something that was common, and Israel defiled itself by becoming common, wanting to be like the other nations (Ezekiel 22:26), and Israel remained common in its wandering while the covenant remained with Moses and the priesthood, with the duties of the priests being to provide burnt offerings for the LORD to interact with those who had defiled themselves with things and nations that were common.

“If anyone of the common people sins unintentionally in doing any one of the things that by the LORD's commandments ought not to be done, and realizes his guilt…” (Lev. 4:27).


There was a covenant which had bound Israel to its Maker; a bonding which quickly resulted in divorce, just as a crack appears in a weld which eventually leads to a parting of the two metals. In order for the LORD to continue traveling with this nation which defiled itself, the union between what used to be married - YAH and Israel-, each with their own, unique breaths of life, a mediator in the form of priests would have to interact with cleansing rituals for both Israel and the human priests. God would know in advance what Israel was doing during the giving of the commandments, and had known before that they would rebel. So He would give to Israel the priests with their cleansing duties and responsibilities beforehand, and in order to keep these breaths (lives) apart as He interacted with them from within the tent of the meeting where the tabernacle stood with its Holy Place and a veil which separated the Holy Place from the Holy of Holies, and the need for a high priest who could perform atonement this firstborn son. Eventually, YAH would give Israel a certificate of divorce (Isaiah 50:1; Jeremiah 3:8). Still, according to the law in the case of adultery, someone has to die (Lev. 20:10; Deut. 22:22). And Israel was accused of committing adultery (Jer. 3:8; Ezekiel 16). So in order for this firstborn to not be killed, a certificate of divorce was handed over which simply permits the lives (breaths) of the one in violation to continue breathing until the appointed time where a substitute could come in and die on their behalf to fulfill the righteous requirement of the law, a role performed spiritually by a sinless High Priest to absorb the sins of a nation labeled as “Israel”, and… in order to qualify as a firstborn this one must speak correctly and truthfully about making a vow forming covenant in which life is sustained by speaking vows and His words that are true, and by doing so, He must bear their sins and be sacrificed outside the temple, outside the gates of Jerusalem, in order to remove “sin” from within the Holy Sanctuary by removing Himself from the temple and from heavenly Jerusalem or Jerusalem from above, and forming a bond with and creating a “New Jerusalem” a “second Israel”. This is what YAH had done. Christ is erasing the error of Israel which will no longer be reflected once the Bride is completed. YAH became a self-sacrifice for the act of consigning man to disobedience so He can have mercy on all (Romans 11:30-32) when He gave up His presence in heaven to enter His creation as a slave.

Israel crossed the Jordan following Joshua on the 10th day of the 1st month (Josh. 4:19), the 10th day being the day of selection, to be the Passover lamb (Ex. 12:3) to redeem humanity but Israel crossed the river a defiled nation, and the hard link to Christ Jesus qualifying to be this New Firstborn to replace Israel as this firstborn son is seen when He entered Jerusalem on the 10th day of the first month and sacrificed on the 14th day (John 12:1, 12; 19:31), but Israel as a blemished lamb could not redeem humanity, their death could only pay for their own sin.

We find the formation of this second Israel in the context of its citation:


On the evening of that day, the first day of the week, the doors being locked where the disciples were for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them and said to them, "Peace be with you." When He had said this, He showed them His hands and His side. Then the disciples were glad when they saw the Lord. Jesus said to them again, "Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, even so I am sending you." And when He had said this, He breathed on them and said to them, "Receive the holy spirit. If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven them; if you withhold forgiveness from any, it is withheld." (John 20:19–23)


This second nation of Israel was a continuation of Moses who would remain faithful and was not the Israel which Aaron served:


And [YHWH] said to Moses, "I have seen this people, and behold, it is a stiff-necked people. Now therefore let me alone, that my wrath may burn hot against them and I may consume them, in order that I may make a great nation of you." (Ex 32:9–10 emphasis added)


And [YHWH] said to Moses, "How long will this people despise me? And how long will they not believe in me, in spite of all the signs that I have done among them? I will strike them with the pestilence and disinherit them, and I will make of you a nation greater and mightier than they." (Num 14:11–12 emphasis added)


Divorce allowed the nation to remain physically alive and to commune with God as long as the temple stood with priests performing sacrifices until the time when One who could be received as an acceptable sacrifice was made available, to die in their place, one or One who could bear their sins, but to bear someone else’s sins, that One must be sinless…He must have a different father than the first Adam (all living humans have the first Adam as their father) who would bring sin into the physical world. It was only through the priests that Israel had contact with God. YAH made this covenant with Israel AND with Moses, and in doing so the one who remains faithful is to bear the sins of Israel and become a sacrifice which would extend from Moses to Christ for both were mediators over the same eternal covenant; Moses walking on the sand when the waters parted to cross the sea, Jesus walking on the sea Galilee. A Living sacrifice in the temple is made of living stones, with the priests serving in this temple being under the High Priest under the order of Melchizedek, not really what the Elect would want to hear if they realize what the sacrifice will be to purchase spiritual Israel from spiritual slavery. Israel would prove to be unfaithful in keeping the words of this covenant, but not so for Moses and Christ. In standing on both Christ Jesus and Moses (the sand and the sea), what happens to the spiritual firstborn is reflected in the physical firstborn as birth was given to this nation as it exited Egypt.

Paul makes the case for the first century Christians that they are to “put on Christ” (Galatians 3:27; Romans 13:14), and this is what happens at baptism. It represents putting away the old man…put’s away Jacob who was deceitful in his former ways to make room for Israel (formerly known as Jacob), who, at baptism, will be putting on Christ as a garment, uniting two breaths into one physical body, one breath physical supporting the life of the flesh, the other spiritual which belongs to Christ, until the time comes for the Christian (spiritual, inner self) to inherit a new glorified body. He’s doing a good job of concealing His church because the woman of Revelation 12 is clothed with the sun before she gives birth to the Christ, and it was the body of Jesus (who was YAH, the Word made flesh) which gave birth to the Christ, the body of Jesus being a sinless vessel for the breath of the Father to dwell bodily. And, Jesus said He could only do what He has seen the Father do, so to take a look at the left hand firstborn, once they fled physical Egypt, the dragon of Revelation 12:13 sends a flood after the woman who has given birth to the firstborn as Pharaoh sends out his armies against the firstborn nation in the wilderness. But the earth came to the aid of this nation who crosses on the sand and the floods drown out and swallow up Pharaoh’s armies who persued the firstborn. It’s recorded in the right hand version seen in vs. 17 that the dragon becomes furious and sets out to make war against the offspring of the woman and the dragon stands on the sand and the sea during the first 1260 days, the days of the Affliction.

Homer spoke about the details of this covenant which would bring about a nation of spiritual priests, a nation of Moses, needed to perform sacrifices which would lead to them freely giving their lives to ransom this spiritual nation of Israel when he said “This second Sinai covenant is, because it was not ratified by blood but by Moses entering into the presence of God, a truly everlasting covenant. But again, the LORD made this second Sinai covenant with Moses and with Israel (Ex. 34:27), two covenantees, not one; so if Israel broke this covenant as it broke the first one, the covenant would still remain binding on the Lord and on Moses, and it has to this day for the nation of Moses, the Elect. Israel would simply be rejected as a covenanter as it was; for it was not long before Israel made a covenant with the inhabitants of the land (Num. 34:12; Josh 9:6-15) and thus broke this eternal Sinai covenant. However, Moses remained faithful to this second Sinai covenant, and the Lord’s intention to make from Moses a nation greater than Israel remained in-tact despite Moses’ pleadings not to reject Israel. It is this intention of the Lord to make a nation of Moses that underlies Jesus saying, “ if you do not believe his (Moses’) writings, how will you believe my words” (John 5:47); hence, the end-time nation built on hearing Jesus’ words must come through Moses by believing his writings…the first covenant, for as long as it remains old and about to vanish away but still in force, is made between the Lord and those who stand on Moses’ writings while listening to the voice of Christ.” Homer Kizer, A Philadelphia Apologetic, pg. 127.


Walking by faith (on water, the sea) alone is not enough, a disciple must have his footing on Moses (have a standing on dry land) and realize that it is one covenant that both Moses and Jesus are the mediators of, or they’ll begin to sink as Peter did if they walk by faith alone and discredit the physical enantiomer of the spiritual to understand how the reality can erase or undo the errors while still inside of creation as Christ removed sin from within Jerusalem. Following the Second Passover, they will have to know what happened in the physical portion to be able to know how to re-write the event when they’re faced with the predicament which will seem to be overwhelming. Moses crossed the sea of Reeds on sand, Jesus was crossing the sea of Galilee by walking on it, not through it. Aaron would answer to Israel, Moses would answer only to the LORD and I’ll borrow words from Homer here to explain further “The Lord told Moses that He intended to build from Moses a nation greater than Israel, and the Lord has done so; for the criteria for hearing the words of Jesus is believing the writings of Moses. Unless a person believes Moses, the voice of Jesus is simply noise in an already noisy world.”


Unlike the cleansing rituals performed by the priest for sins of violating the law, the Passover sacrifice was given to Israel for simply being the firstborn son and wasn’t for any particular sin, to purchase this firstborn nation or son from bondage, in any form. What all of humanity has in common is death; all men are equal or common only in death…that they, the flesh, will die, and He came to ransom or purchase His Body from death, His body enslaved in spiritual Babylon by its ruler, a sacrifice being a self-performing sacrifice. YHWH would make a legal addendum to which those of common humanity who loved not only their neighbor, but also their enemies, could be purchased from spiritual Babylon, and realizing He would have to do this Himself, He would provide a way for the Gentiles (non-Hebrews; people of the nations) to come into covenant with Him. There are some of the common pool of humanity that express this kind of love, volunteer firefighters as an example. There are many volunteers in society, who today do not know to keep the Sabbaths of God, yet the will not think twice to run into a burning building to save a prostitute or a crack head from the fiery flames of something being consumed by flames, to save someone from what the world and its standards would consider to be worthless. You know a few of them personally. The Second Passover is the legal means by which those who were defiled (made common) by touching a dead body (greater Christianity; His dead body) or off in a far land (within creation) but who show the precepts of the law, could come close to God by its High Priest (Christ Jesus, the Head of His Body) who comes to save the world of those who He knows. Neither Noah nor Job had the law.

For when Gentiles, who do not have the law, by nature do what the law requires, they are a law to themselves, even though they do not have the law. They show that the work of the law is written on their hearts, while their conscience also bears witness, and their conflicting thoughts accuse or even excuse them on that day when, according to my gospel, God judges the secrets of men by Christ Jesus. (Rom 2:14–16 emphasis added)

There’s a difference in the silver sections of the Son of Man and Babylon (the names taken from their heads) in that the silver used to compose the temples were made common (see 1 Kings 10:27; 2 Chron. 9:27), with the priests commissioned to distinguish between the holy and the common.

“You are to distinguish between the holy and the common, and between the unclean and the clean” (Lev. 10:10)

The Lord was separate from Israel by the temple and its priests, again, two breaths in one vessel if the temple is counted as a house of these two breaths (lives), one speaking the words of truth and the other who had lied. Priests have to perform sacrifices inside this structure to be a dwelling place for worship to reconcile one breath to another. This Holy Place was typified when the man Jesus would be born of a woman receiving the initial breath of life given to Adam, then through Eve unto all of humanity afterwards, including Mary His mother. YAH who was One with YHWH, (“one” denoting unity, not singular as an integer), divested Himself giving up His life, His breath, when He entered His creation. When He gave up His position in the location known as heaven in the expanse created on the second day to be born as the human Jesus, He ceased to exist in this location of the expanse. Yet because He entered as a human, He was on the receiving end catching this very same breath (life) that He Himself had given to the first Adam that was passed down to every single human from Eve since then, when He was born of the woman Mary, yet of a different Father. In the infant Jesus was the same breath of YAH who had breathed into the first Adam truly making Him at His baptism the Alpha and the Omega, the first (Adam) and the last (Adam; Rev. 22:13) completing the creation of man when the Beloved would again be His position as helpmate, creating them male and female in the Genesis “P” creation account, re-writing the role for what is defined for a man and a woman. The Christ would eat from the Tree of Life before the formation of the last Eve when He ate the Passover on the 14th day of the first month effectively ending any need for sacrifices inside of a “New Jerusalem”. He received His initial life breath back through a physical entity, and the Father would have recognized this life (breath) for Him to come and dwell within Jesus, who He would call “His Beloved”. The Father could dwell in no other human in its sinful state; the only human who was without sin was the man Jesus because He was the only human ever to not have Adam in the Garden as His father.


The woman (office of life-giver) is saved in childbirth. The woman’s breath (of life) is saved in childbirth should she die and the child inherits its mother’s breath from the mitochondrial DNA of the woman. The breath of YAH is saved in childbirth when Jesus is born to His mother Mary. He received the same breath given to Adam while He was in the womb of Mary, His mother. The office (life of) of the “Beloved” is saved in childbirth; salvation (eternal life) for an heir to the Father is in childbirth through the last Eve, which comes from Christ’s Body. The name “Jerusalem” and office of lifegiver is saved through the forming of a “New Jerusalem” as YAH’s initial breath is saved through the man Jesus as His firstborn when He received the life breath back from the woman, His mother – Mary. The woman (office, position), the helpmate, the Beloved, is saved in Childbirth. For in Him the fullness of deity dwelt bodily (Col. 2:9), and that deity died when He entered His creation as a human and not a deity, and so did His Body die also. He can only do what He has seen the Father do, and He has. The body of Christ died that carried the breath of the first Adam. It is gone, His physical body is gone and so is the first breath gone also where it dwellt bodily (Jesus had no physical children), yet while heavenly Jerusalem gives birth to the Christ child, she will eventually die but not before her firstborn Son as the last Adam had received a second breath from the Father, NOT from a mother before the physical body died, so the promise of resurrection was fulfilled in the Bride when He ate the Passover (the bread of Life) before becoming the Passover sacrifice…the Ark of the Covenant in Solomon’s temple would not have Aaron’s budded staff nor the jar of manna because Christ rewrote the Garden account and the mother of the Christ child and His siblings, His brothers, is forever gone once Christ receives His new, glorified body. Never again can anyone be in the location of the Father. Only His Firstborn Son has access to Him. The woman is saved in childbirth, and that woman is the New Jerusalem.


God would not want to dwell within a physical house when David wanted to build a house for Him. God told David that He had dwelled from tent to tent in the wilderness and would await the time when Christians would become individual Arks of the Covenant following the resurrection of Christ, a time when both the physical body of Jesus and the physical bodies of the Elect would be tents of flesh that the Father would dwell bodily within them.


“Thou shalt not build me an house to dwell in: For I have not dwelt in a house since the day that I brought up Israel unto this day; but have gone from tent to tent, and from one tabernacle to another. Wheresoever I have walked with all Israel, spake I a word to any of the judges of Israel, whom I commanded to feed my people, saying, Why have ye not built me an house of cedars?” 1 Chronicles 17:4-6


Salvation does not come directly from the Father; it comes directly from Christ Jesus the Eve spirit, as all humanity comes directly from a woman, not from its father. Jesus could not have received the breath of life that He had given to the first Adam without being born of a woman, and in Him, the role of women is forever changed. The breath of YAH in Jesus, the breath of the Father entering Jesus making Him the Christ, then the breath of Christ Jesus to the church by “breathing” on them formed the last Eve by the 10 present on the Wave Sheaf depicts this role of the woman serving as how in Christ Jesus is the fullness of deity. Jesus would rewrite the role for what a woman encompasses from a woman giving life to her husband by bearing his children, his fruit…to the spiritual woman giving or bringing forth life for the Father, heavenly Sons of God…heirs, elevating that role of women from being an entity which merely possessed an ovum, a vessel which could possibly contain two living beings while pregnant, the child coming from this pregnancy emerges from water (the womb), baptism being necessary to form spiritual reality of a new life coming forth from another which acted as a vessel to house this occupant, to being the only possible entrance way into the spiritual kingdom. Physical life cannot come to a human without the help of a woman or the function of a female. Heavenly life cannot come to anyone unless that he becomes “IN” and “through” the Beloved, the office of life-giver as in and through a woman. Essentially YAH by emptying Himself, leaves a void in the heavens and becomes the vessel or temple through which the Christ child is born. To borrow from Homer “The Most High places His divine breath, the Holy Spirit, the reality of Aaron’s budded staff, within every person drawn from this world. He has, for this person, raised the person from the dead and has given the person life, with this heavenly life (or life that has come from heaven) dwelling in a tent of flesh (not its new body)”. It will be the Son who selects His Bride from among all who have been raised from the dead by the Father. So the spiritual reality of the promised resurrection from the dead, represented by Aaron’s budded staff, comes when a person receives life through receipt of the Holy Spirit, not when a person has the person’s judgment revealed …


 The Christ would dwell within the flesh of the man Jesus, who was the Word of God, who took on the form of a slave yet He received the holy spirit (breath holy) of the Father at baptism uniting these two mixed breaths; one physical and one spiritual, with the one physical having not Adam as His father but YAH, making His flesh sinless…He would have to voluntarily take Israel’s sin upon Himself to be able to die, otherwise, He’d still be physically alive today, hanging on a cross surrounded by spectators wondering how long He’ll stay up there. And as the Beloved, He becomes the life-giver (Eve spirit) to others sons of the Father, the Elect, who serve in this spiritual temple that is now under construction just as the Levites served in the tabernacle in the wilderness before the temple was completed, Solomon’s temple which did not contain the promise of resurrection that Peter and Paul talked about in their epistles before the times of the Gentiles is complete, when the last Eve is cast from the Garden and gives birth to three children. It is through the helpmate, the Logos, the Word of God who was God (John 1:1–5, 14) that forms Jerusalem from above, or heavenly Jerusalem that gives life to additional Sons of the Father, not grandsons, which constitute the Elect, before life (breath) is given a third time resuscitating Eve to where she breathes on her own as in Elijah laying three times over the widow’s dead son. From Homer - “In man only being able to temporarily dwell in his wife is seen the reality of Jesus only temporarily dwelling in the Body of Christ, with the Body being fully dead and buried between the Council of Nicea (ca. 325 CE) and the Reformed Movement (ca. 1525 CE), and being dead and not buried beginning about 101 CE. The Body will not breathe again on its own until greater Christendom is filled with spirit at the Second Passover liberation of Israel.”


Note: No children came to Eve while she was in the Garden, so New Jerusalem in that regards does not give life to the Christ child or to those who have life before Christ receives His “New” body, not the physical body or temple which housed His life (breath). All who constitute as Christ and His brothers, the Elect who serve in the temple as the Levites served in the tent of the meeting while the temple was being constructed, and all the people purchased from Egypt (mixed nation of circumcised and uncircumcised that left Egypt – Egypt representing sin) will constitute the bride.


But now thus says [YHWH],


He who created you, O Jacob, [physical, the natural name of the patriarch]

He who formed you, O Israel: [spiritual, the name given by the Lord]

Fear not, for I have redeemed you; [physical/spiritual]

I have called you by name, you are mine. [spiritual/spiritual 1st squared couplet]

When you pass through the waters, I will be with you; [p/p]

and through the rivers, they shall not overwhelm you; [s/p]

when you walk through fire you shall not be burned, [p/s]

and the flame shall not consume you. [s/s 2nd squared couplet]


[water is less alive than fire, and still water is less-alive than moving water; i.e., rivers]


For I am [YHWH] your God, [physical/spiritual]

the Holy One of Israel, your Savior. [spiritual/spiritual]


[the Jacob/Israel couplet is the physical portion to this spiritual God/Savior couplet; hence the redeemed/called couplet will be the physical portion to following ransom/exchange couplet]


I give Egypt as your ransom, [physical/physical/spiritual — p/p/s]

Cush and Seba in exchange for you. [s/p/s]

Because you are precious in my eyes, [p/s/s]

and honored, and I love you, [s/s/s]

I give men in return for you, [p/s/s]

peoples in exchange for your life. [s/s/s]


[as water is to fire, the Passover liberation of Israel under Moses is to the still future Second Passover liberation of Israel—when the lives of men are again given in exchange for the lives of a second Israel, the firstborn son of God the Father]


Fear not, for I am with you; [p/p/p/s]

I will bring your offspring from the east, [s/p/p/s]

and from the west I will gather you. [s/p/p/s]

I will say to the north, Give up, [s/s/p/s]

and to the south, Do not withhold; [s/s/p/s]


[in prophecy, north as a compass direction represents death and south represents sin whereas east and west do not have similar equivalent meanings]


bring my sons from afar [p/p/s/s]

and my daughters from the end of the earth, [s/p/s/s]

everyone who is called by My name, [p/s/s/s]

whom I created for My glory, [s/s/s/s]

whom I formed and made. [s/s/s/s] (Isa 43:1–7)


From <http://homerkizer.org/fourth_principle.html>


Thus it is written, "The first man Adam became a living being"; [physical]

    the last Adam became a life-giving spirit [pneuma]. [spiritual]

The first man was from the earth, a man of dust; [physical]

    the second man is from heaven. [spiritual]

As was the man of dust, so also are those who are of the dust, [physical]

    and as is the man of heaven, so also are those who are of heaven. [spiritual]

Just as we have borne the image of the man of dust, [physical]

    we shall also bear the image of the man of heaven [spiritual]. (1 Cor 15:45–49)


The Elect forming today the undedicated temple through the second man who is from heaven, who shall bear the image of the man in heaven who are today serving as priests, the recorded number determined by those necessary to perform sacrifices to redeem Israel with Israel composing of those who could not have life in the presence of God in Solomon’s temple. Under a “new” High Priest of a different order from that of the temple of the earth, can some have life in the form of Israel as Israel when the 12 nations of the Patriarchs are counted. The twelve tribes of Israel made up the body of all who had who were composed of Israel collectively, so it is easily determined that those who make up the body of the Spiritual Temple will be from the twelve thousand from each tribe counted as Israel once the Spiritual Body breathes on its own, an event which does not precede the Second Passover. The 144,000 are Sons of Light so they too rewrite the role of what it is to be Israel and they are just barely visible at the beginning of the endurance and not seen again until just before the second Advent. They are spiritual virgins in that they did not have a second breath of life like the Elect who did before the Second Passover.


For what reason did the Christ come? To teach the law? To crack the whip to get disciples in line? To make sure that the widows and orphans were taken care of? Or did He simply come to reveal to the Elect, His brothers, His Father and their Father?


YAH, was separate from Israel just as Moses and Aaron (the priests) were separate from Israel. Only Moses could ascend up the mountain to be in the presence of YAH; Israel could not go up or they would be killed (Ex. 19:24). Israel cannot enter the Most Holy place inside the tabernacle, or they would be killed. Only the high priest could enter that Holy Place. There is today a gulf of separation between Christ Jesus and His body that if not understood will have some not understanding why a need for a Second Passover which frees His Spiritual Body from spiritual Babylon which has made itself common from the mixing of the sacred with the profane in its worship to the Most High by replacing the Sabbaths with the birth of the sun god, a sky deity along with his consorts through the worlds other traditions which stem from Babylon whom Israel had defiled itself. Today there is a gulf that separates the physical from the spiritual, and the temple is that bridge which separates this gulf, a High Priest under a different order serving in this undedicated temple. That gulf was created on the second day of creation, a day which is not declared as “good”. If there wasn’t a gulf separating the physical from the spiritual there would not be a need for priests to perform offerings between God and Israel, and the New Covenant is made only with Israel (Jeremiah 31:31), and Peter says today there are priests performing sacrifices for this second Israel. And this heaven which separated the sea from the living waters will be replaced by a new heaven and a new earth, just as the Jerusalem above (in this expanse known as heaven, which gave birth to the Christ child and to the Elect) will be replaced by a “New Jerusalem”.

“Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea was no more. And I saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband.” (Rev. 21:1-2)

The wedding had already occurred in Rev. 19:7, before the great war between humankind against the Christ. There are still 3 ½ years remaining following the millennium, not the endurance, where Satan is loosed to have one more attempt of deception before being thrown into the lake of fire, the second death.

The Father is holy because He is today completely separate from all that is today physical which is in Babylon, and separate from those who will come from the creation which today do not yet have a second breath of life. Those which today will compose of the Bride are under grace, a garment or cloak which covers them, keeping them concealed from the Father and Satan by Christs’ righteousness. A person doesn’t wear clothes on his head; he wears clothes on his body. His head is uncovered, his body is covered…not exposed. His head is exposed; it’s what the Father sees (He sees Christ) and how lawlessness within the lifeless body today is not seen. The woman is clothed with the sun, it is something put on as a garment. He has chosen to bear her sins so that she won’t be consumed by the glory of the Father until the division occurs in which she becomes the New Jerusalem. He (Christ) has to be a vessel, a container which contains the breath of the Father so that today Babylon is not consumed from the inside out, and it is written that it will. She, today, is hidden within Babylon, just as the new man is hidden within the flesh, the human’s flesh which will be consumed at death.

Israel was married to YAH by covenant, a pledge which was broken by Israel by abandoning their words that they would do all that God had asked negating the terms of the covenant…they lied, and there certainly would not be a need for a new covenant if the first was not broken (see Jeremiah 31:31-34).

Eve cannot speak if she is under construction; she cannot recite her wedding vows, and she spoke while in the Garden, metaphorically speaking, and Christ has already spoken, saying only what the Father has told Him (John 14:24), Christs’ words being the source material for which the spiritual temple is constructed. There would be no need for priests performing sacrifices and burnt offerings to prepare a bond which would unite these two breaths into being one if Christ was today “one” with New Jerusalem. Peter talks about a Temple that is under construction to prepare it for another covenant which will bond Christ Jesus to a New Jerusalem, with some (who have life) today performing sacrifices through something that is not yet completed. This Temple is currently under construction just as Eve was under construction (before she was breathing on her own… her own life) from Adam who was alive while the construction of Eve was underway. In a personal email from Homer to myself, we discussed the differences in defining a marriage by civil laws and the way that God defines and consummates a marriage. He would write to me:

“In civil law, marriage is a contract: a civil union. But before God, marriage is covenant, a physical covenant with another person, a spiritual covenant with Christ Jesus. And the distinction between physical and spiritual is the difference between your left and right hands.


In Exodus, there are two Sinai covenants, the first physical (ratified by blood), the second spiritual (ratified by Moses entering into the presence of the Lord, with the glory of doing so shining on his face for the remainder of his life). But these two covenants in Exodus, together, serve as the physical shadow of copy of the spiritual Moab covenant, its physical expression in Deut chaps 29-32, and its spiritual expression in Rev 14:6 (the first angel's eternal gospel). But I'll publish more on this subject shortly.”


The importance of consummating a covenant by penetration (parting of halves) to unite two as one in marriage as a holy union, how it functions with God and how it is different from a civil union needs to be illustrated for practical purposes. Aaron and his sons served as priests in the tent of meeting shortly after they had a mass exodus of Hebrews which left bondage in Egypt. Just a few months later, they would enter into a covenant with the LORD and in less than 40 days, they had already broken their end of the bonding contract; they went against their very own words which they had spoken. The covenant which they broke was the marriage covenant, not the covenant in which the Lord took them by the hands to leave Egypt; that was the Passover covenant. The Passover covenant was given to Israel BEFORE they left Egypt, for the Passover covenant promises a nation or son (firstborn) to be lawfully acquired or purchased from a prince or king; it was not given at Sinai. The covenant made at Horeb had them walk between the split halves of bulls as Moses and Aaron sprinkled blood on all of Israel as they walked through the fleshly halves (See Jeremiah 34:18-20 and Exodus 24:5-8). This covenant was ratified by blood and the manner in which it was implemented will have the blood of oxen sprinkled on Israel serving as the blood shed when the hymen of a virgin is broken when she is entered for the first time; so this covenant is made in the flesh and has conditions to where this bond can be terminated if one of the parties negates his word…his obligation, and if terminated, according to the terms, it will result in the death of one of the covenanters…the guilty party and God will never be this one. This was not a spiritual covenant like that which YHWH had made with Abram, where Abram had to split the animals and YHWH in the form of a smoking furnace and a flaming torch had passed through or in-between the split halves. No blood was sprinkled on YHWH as He passed through:

He said to him, “Bring me a heifer three years old, a female goat three years old, a ram three years old, a turtledove, and a young pigeon.” And he brought him all these, cut them in half, and laid each half over against the other. But he did not cut the birds in half. And when birds of prey came down on the carcasses, Abram drove them away. The sun was going down, a deep sleep fell on Abram. And behold, dreadful and great darkness fell upon him. Then the LORD said to Abram, “Know for certain that your offspring will be sojourners in a land that is not theirs and will be servants there, and they will be afflicted for four hundred years. But I will bring judgment on the nation that they serve, and afterward they shall come out with great possessions. As for you, you shall go to your fathers in peace; you shall be buried in a good old age. And they shall come back here in the fourth generation, for the iniquity of the Amorites is not yet complete.” When the sun had gone down and it was dark, behold, a smoking fire pot and a flaming torch passed between the pieces. (Genesis 15:9-17)


A covenant in Hebrew (berith) is a pledge-agreement between two, or such as an agreement with an obligation between a monarch and his subjects. When YHWH “makes a covenant with you” the Hebrew word for “makes” is kârath a kaw-rath' which means “to cut” as in to cut a covenant with you, and to “cut off” the one who breaks his end of the deal. It is literally the distance between cuttings. The covenant made at Sinai was made with Moses AND with Israel:

And the LORD said to Moses, "Write these words, for in accordance with these words I have made a covenant with you and with Israel." (Ex. 34:27)


Israel broke their promise (Deut. 31:20), and the only way that Israel was not killed or why they were allowed to live was in giving them a certificate of divorce (Isaiah 50:1; Jeremiah 3:8). As stated earlier, according to the law in the case of adultery, someone has to die (Lev. 20:10; Deut. 22:22). And Israel was accused of committing adultery (Jer. 3:8; Ezekiel 16). Divorce allowed the nation to remain physically alive until the time when a Redeemer could lawfully purchase their breaths (lives). The Sinai covenant by which the circumcised nation of Israel became the holy people of God (Exod 19:5-6) has been abolished (Eph 2:15). It was a shadow of the reality that is Christ (Col 2:16-17).

Any person or group can create a beautiful building and call it a temple, but unless the “cloud of smoke” enters and fills the sanctuary (Exodus 13:21; Isaiah 4:5; Rev. 15:8), it +does not meet God’s requirements as a holy place; He will not dwell there. Many people have attempted to restore God back in His temple, figuratively doing what David wanted to do in building a house for the LORD. What David learned the hard way, and many since then, is that only the Levites (priests) can handle the ark, this hard lesson David learned when the ark was being returned from the Philistines and Uzzah tried to keep it stable and God struck him down. This angered David, but if he wouldn’t have acted so presumptuously he would have remembered Moses’s words. He remembered later when he stated:

 Then David said, None ought to carry the ark of God but the Levites: for them hath the Lord chosen to carry the ark of God, and to minister unto him for ever."   

(1 Chronicles 15:1, 2)


Move this thought up one dimension and you will see the Elect as being the Arks of the New Covenant that are the LORD’s chosen ones, to have life before the spiritual Temple is completed and dedicated. This nation of Moses that is assigned to perform the role of the priests is a very small number, and many have come and gone in attempts to restore life to this non-living corpse, as it’s under construction. Hundreds of thousands want to build something for God, millions maybe, yet He is capable of doing His own job of construction, and those without a second breath of life should leave this job to its designer and master builder.

Read Exodus carefully, there was two covenants made at Sinai, not a second giving of the law when Moses threw the words carved on stone down at the golden image which resulted in the shedding of blood that had the Levites kill about 3,000 Israelites that day. There was prophesied that among Israel there would be a nation of kings and priests which would serve the LORD in the tabernacle (Exodus 19:6; 1 Peter 2:9; and about His brothers, Revelation 1:6) to speak to the people of Israel on behalf of God. He had to be separate from Israel because of the nation’s unbelief, so there needed to be a mediator between them.

If Christ Jesus, who was without sin (2 Cor. 5:21; Heb. 4:15) became the Passover sacrifice by taking sin upon Himself inside Jerusalem and became the sin offering outside the gates of Jerusalem for mankind, outside of the temple…then shouldn’t that have covered the sins of the Church (body; the second Israel) since He became our Passover sacrifice for a sin offering? Why then, further sacrifices and the need for a Second Passover if the lawless deeds of His body when He became sin (2 Cor. 5:21) have been paid for at Calvary? The first Adam was created outside the garden, then placed within Eden before the woman would come forth. But sin entered the world in Eden (Rom 5:12) (not outside the Garden) through one man, not through Eve…Eve disobeyed her husband, but because she still walked and breathed (had life) after she ate, she didn’t die; she was still there…and in seeing her still standing, walking and breathing, unbelief was introduced to the world from the garden from the man, the moment when Adam believed that what God had said wasn’t true “in the day that you eat of it, you shall surely die”. Sin entered the world IN Eden where the man and the woman each breathed individually, and it is IN the Temple where unbelief must be overwritten by Adam, the last Adam…and this temple serves as a conduit to metonymically return disciples back into Eden (where Eve will breathe on her own) so disciples can rethink who they’ll believe, with unbelief needing to have a sacrifice to cover unbelief which leads to sin, and daily services and offerings performed by priests for themselves and on Israel’s behalf for cleansing purposes. A last Adam would have to eat from the Tree of Life before eating the mixed fruit, to overwrite the lawlessness and role of the man Adam, bringing about the completion of “one” man, created male and female in the likeness of God.

In the construction of the physical temple erected by Solomon’s decree, all of the building materials were hewn, shaped and sanded offsite…no chipping or hammering was heard while the temple was being erected. All the stones and metals were polished before being brought in (1 Kings 6:7). And so it is with the Son of Man (the Spiritual Temple). He is quietly building His temple without drawing attention, just as He wanted to keep it quiet that He was the Christ. If YAH emptied Himself, truly divesting Himself, to enter the world as a physical infant who would grow into a man meaning that Jesus had only one breath of life that He received from Mary and had not yet received a second breath of life from the Father during baptism, if He would have died with a single breath then there would be no resurrection, no redemption for mankind, which would bring about a solemn mindset to Jesus knowing this. As the firstborn Son of YAH, He would have known this, which could be why He strictly told His disciples to tell no one that He was the Christ until He had risen from the dead (Matt. 16:20; 17:9; Mark 7:36; 8:30; 9:9). If He would have entered as Himself and not as His Son, demons would have recognized Him and would have killed Him ending humanity’s chance of redemption. He wouldn’t enter as Himself, but as a Son. The Father raises the dead and gives them life (John 5:21), and the death from which the Father, the Most High, raised Jesus came from the Logos entering His creation in the flesh as His firstborn Son, not Himself. He could not take on the form of a servant if He entered as Himself, as a God. He, the Logos, had to give up His divinity that He had with YHWH to become nothing, a slave in human form. If He entered His creation as Himself, He would have been easily recognized by demons (they recognized Him as the Christ but not as YAH only after His baptism) and the “Demonstration” of showing how man cannot rule over himself or self-rule would be spoiled, likened to a cat being let out of a bag if they knew YAH entered His creation to strip them of their self-rule demonstration and gain the kingdom through an inheritance.


 Again quoting insight given to Homer:

“Human sons of God differ from angelic sons of God in when they receive the breath of life; i.e., heavenly life that is the glory of God. For if human persons had received indwelling immortality when Elohim[singular in usage] had breathed life into the nostrils of the man of mud (Gen 2:7), angels would be the firstborn sons of God, not Israel (Ex 4:22), not Christ Jesus, the First of the firstfruits. Angels would stand to inherit as primogenitors, not human sons of God who would then serve angels. But human sons of God receive heavenly life from the beginning—from when the Logos who was God who was alone with the God (John 1:1) as if these two spirit beings were one spirit being [seen in the Tetragrammaton YHWH functioning as one spirit] as Adam and Eve were one flesh (Gen 2:24). And this is a great mystery of God, one that angels could not comprehend when Adam received the indwelling breath of physical life”.

Unbelief caused Adam to eat the forbidden fruit, unbelief in the spiritual realm simply being sin because you don’t believe what God has said to be true…it is essentially judging God and His Word, believing what He says not to be true; it is calling Him a liar. Faith is simply defined as believing what God says to be true, with Paul saying that whatever does not precede from faith is sin.

But he who doubts is condemned if he eats, because his eating is not from faith; and whatever is not from faith is sin. (Romans 14:23)


Today, from a perspective from within creation (within the physical world, within Babylon), Christ is not married to New Jerusalem, even though she will come from His body. If she has life (her own breath) today within Him, what happens after the wedding feast when she becomes “one” with Him through marriage? Will there be just one breath or two now? Eve never received her own breath, a breath delivered to her personally; she cannot raise anyone from the dead. She received her life breath from Adam, not from any other, when a rib was taken from his side as in opening a door, what tsay-law' signifies, disclosing that Eve’s breath of life was Adam’s breath of life, which wasn’t Adam’s to give…he didn’t own it, for he received his breath from Elohim, singular in usage with the singular verb usage showing that it was YAH who would breath into the nostrils of the lump of clay formed as Adam. It was not the Father who would blow into his nostrils.

Part V will focus on how the glory of the LORD left Solomon’s temple as seen in Ezekiel’s vision of the chariot wheels in the sky, and also on the Elect, and how they perform roles in a sanctuary that will forever block anyone, spiritual lives included, from ever entering the heavens when the New Jerusalem is formed, which will lead to a bond that truly holds two together as one through a holy union of a marriage. When the temple stands, the way to God is blocked…


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