King Yeshua’s Visitation

Awaking to His Parousia as a Thief in the Night

The Second Resurrection

Yeshua speaks of two resurrections in John 5:25, 28-29. Daniel 12:1-3, 13 speaks of two resurrections. The parable of the wheat and tares in Matthew 13:24-30 is about a second resurrection. Verse 30 reads: “Allow both to grow together until the harvest; and in the time of the harvest I will say to the reapers (angels), ‘First gather up the tares and bind them in bundles to burn them up; but gather the wheat into my barn’.” The parable of the wheat and tares is in Revelation 20:11-15.

I believe the first resurrection of the holy occurred during or shortly after the 70 AD destruction. Revelation 20:1-6 speaks of it. The beheaded saints in verse 4 are those martyred during Domitian’s reign. The second resurrection, of wheat and tares, has already begun and continues. In between the two resurrections was a great battle at Jerusalem by deceived Christians called the Crusades or biblically Gog and Magog. It doesn’t happen the way we envision it. Think back to Yeshua’s words in Luke 24:39: “A spirit (or ghost) does not have flesh and bones as you see that I have.” Note that in His words He does not say, “There are no such things as ghosts” or “all ghosts are demons.” If this is true, then when will anyone recognize the second resurrection of wheat and the tares when it happens? Everything is a demon, so one’s eyes are blinded to what Yeshua said would happen. In Matthew 27:52-54, we wouldn’t say they were ghosts coming out of their tombs. Another thing that is done in television shows is classifying everything as a ghost story, but not all stories are ghost stories. Paranormal yes, but not all are ghost stories. We must learn to distinguish between the true stories what is what. We must be wise and discerning. Which is a ghost, or a demon, or a resurrected person.

 When Yeshua rose from the dead, he was solid and physical, he appeared and disappeared with a solid spiritual body. He was able to eat natural food and be touched. No one would ever classify His resurrection as a ghost story. No one says, “Let’s read in the Bible about Yeshua’s ghost story” or “Easter is when we celebrate Yeshua’s ghost story” or “Yeshua is the first fruits of those who came out of the ground as a ghost”. Today, there are true eyewitness accounts and experiences that more and more people are having these days. Listen carefully to their descriptions. There are angels, demons, ghosts, but one thing no one identifies are those who are resurrected too. They are not ghosts or spirits, they do similar things that Yeshua did. They have been dead awhile, then are seen again. They are not ethereal, but physically solid and can be touched or the witnesses actually feel their flesh touch them. Most times it is cold. They eat, dance, and get into vehicles, talk, and more. They also, like Yeshua, appear and vanish without going through an open window or door. These people have risen from the dead, they are not ghosts. Ghosts don’t do the things Yeshua did physically.

If we understand and learn to discern that people are witnessing the dead rising, then from the account of many witnesses today a second resurrection has already begun. Their tombs may still contain the bones, but many of the rising dead don’t have any other place to go to until the execution. They have already been judged, they are in prison and await an execution. Yeshua hasn’t taken them, they are left as a judgment to await execution in fire. This is not a good sign for this indicates judgment and condemnation for many. It also is a sign of deliverance, salvation, and an exodus for some others who believe and whose names are in His Book of Life. The next time you listen to someone’s account of a paranormal experience, hone in on the clues above in Yeshua’s resurrection. They are beginning to rise from the dead. Salvation and judgment are coming and imminent.