Plan of Redemption

Redemption is in Yeshua (Jesus)

Messianic Plan of Redemption
Figure 1. “Mystery of the Ages”. This schematic depicts our pathway to redemption. The veil no longer separates us from Our Creator. Fortunately, Yeshua (Jesus) shed his blood as Our Redeemer

Redemption is “God’s plan of salvation” for man. Unbelievably, gospel patterns appear as embroidery on the temple veil. As tripartite creatures, we have a spirit, a soul, and a body. Unexpectedly, self-assembling hyaluronic acid (HA) fragments show “hidden gospel messages” during dehydration under the heat of an optical microscope. Moreover, these “hidden messages relate to the cross.”  Therefore, one can only wonder if our creation in God’s image implies shape-shifting divine patterns within the veil (our flesh). For example, can people with the “mind of God” spiritually transform the veil with us since we are the living temple of God. In other words, Christ in us and we in him. To this end, HA embroidery appears in HA hydro-images of Christ’s redemptive acts.

To clarify, we are the temple of God having the patterns of a temple. Also, such a comparison between the Hebrew temple, the heavenly sanctuary, and us implies one thing— the same Spirit that raised Christ to the heavenly temple will raise us.

The Four Living Creatures

An important consideration is that Christians need a righteous Redeemer. If the Spirit in Ezekiel Wheels is Christ then we have that pattern. We can look at evidence from both science and the Bible (Exodus 26 and 36, Ezekiel 1 and 10,  and Revelation 4: 6-8 KJV).

Haxaire et al describe the four living creatures and the wings from scripture. However, one must scrutinize the four HA models in figure 6 in the above linked paper to see that each has four faces. No doubt, Turner’s work compares to the work of Haxaire (and others) since the four living creatures are clearly visible. In my opinion, the agreement is stunningly revealing. As a note of caution, one’s faith and beliefs may play key roles in hydro-image formation.

The Temple Veil

The temple veil is a pattern of HA, the biologic veil, that once adorned the Hebrew tabernacle. Moses built the tabernacle according to specifications from God (YHVH). Yeshua (Jesus) pays the ransom for sin  in full. Fortunately, the temple veil rips in two (Matthew 27:50-51). And, this event gave physical proof that the Blood of Yeshua is acceptable to the Father. So, according to the quantum theory of entanglement, if Christ is acceptable, so are we.  Be that as it may, the HA physical properties resemble that of the tabernacle curtains and the veil. Therefore, we are the living temple of God. Unlike the temple made by man, we can enter Holy Places through the torn veil.

The Plan

Plan of Redemption
Figure 2. One of the four living creatures depicts an ox. The symbolism of this “beast of burden” is an image of Christ as found in the gospel of Luke.

The “Plan of Redemption” addresses man’s separation from his Creator. That being said, there is no way a man can pass through the proverbial veil and join his creator on his own. Despite doctrine to the contrary, there is but one-way man’s soul can cross over. Unfortunately for many people of faith, their good works are not enough. Nothing, but the “Blood” of Jesus can cleanse us from all unrighteousness. While there are 12 gates to the Holy City, there is only one key. Without a doubt, that hope is in Jesus and what he accomplished on the cross.

If the energy of our soul is quenched by sin, a transfer of that burden to “The  Redeemer” allows the state of the soul to flip. In this new state, the Spirit can now transport our soul into holy places. Such an analogy is in agreement with the biblical account of redemption. Furthermore, the “Light of the World” triggers this change as the Lord of Lords and King of Kings of both heaven and earth. Keep in mind that there are numerous patterns in the bible. Therefore, one should remember to interpret these patterns according to the scriptures and as the Holy Spirit reveals them. Today, once obscure prophetic visions and confirmation of the Gospel are being revealed to “Believers” from all endeavors.

Our Redeemer

Figure 3. One of the four living creatures has four faces of a man, which represents the gospel of Matthew.

Another one of the four living creatures around the throne has the appearance of a man. In addition, Ezekiel describes the four faces of an eagle, four faces of a lion, connected eagle wings, and even the hooves of calves. That said, it is tragic that all these results and the gospel hydro-images will most likely be ignored by non-believers. As in the case above, molecular modeling by an independent researcher confirms the Bible’s account. Incredibly, scrutiny of the result shows four faces clearly. It seems obvious that the intent of the description was to lock up this hidden message until “such a time as this.” Incredibly, the four living creatures  surround the throne of God in heaven. As the Spirit enters the wheels and comes to earth, the wheels go with him. When the Spirit is lifted up, so are the wheels.

The All Seeing God

Figure 4. One of the four living creatures has four faces of an eagle, which represents the gospel of John.

The all seeing eye of God is reflected in the gospel of John. In addition, this image embroidered on the temple veil, shows the close relationship between the living creature and the Spirit in the wheels. Mysticism and soaring above the earth like an eagle appears to be the theme of John’s gospel. No doubt, it is distinct from the three synoptic gospels. Be that as it may, God reveals himself through Jesus as he enlightens believers wth miracles. In addition, the humanity of Christ is seen as he does the will of his father, who sent him. According to Ezekiel’s vision, out stretch wings are associated with the eyes of an eagle. 

The Lion of Judah

Figure 5. One of the four living creatures has four faces of an lion, which represents the gospel of Mark.

The symbol for the gospel of Mark is the lion. It is believed that this designation results from the way John the Baptist prepared the way for the great one Jesus Christ, the Lion of Judah. Mark focuses on the Son of God’s power over sickness, demons, and death. Accounts include stories focused on his power and authority. To be sure, the distinctive approach Mark takes seems to clarify Ezekiel’s vision of the four living creature with each one having four unique faces.

 

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