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Return to the Father's Heart
So the Earth Will Survive
Robert B. Scott

Return to the Father’s Heart

This crucial book will pave the way for the of coming Elijah of Malachi 4:5-6, who is prophesied to bring today’s absent fathers toward their neglected or jettisoned children and bring the heart of believers back to their Father in heaven. The book offers a solution to a pervasive problem among men today: their inability to forgive abusive fathers. This modern-day Elijah will “restore all things” (Mat. 17:11), including the true gospel of the Kingdom or Family of God, revealing the dangerous error of the grace revolution leading to the appearance of the man of lawlessness, an evil leader who will fight the second coming of Jesus. Click HERE to order your copy today!

 

Trumpets and the Fall Harvest Season

 

 

Because God foreknew and even utilized Satan’s theft of earthly dominion from Adam, He knew the greatest harvest would come in at the end, exactly as the harvest in the land of Israel. God always begins things small, as He foreshadowed by creating the principle of seed and harvest. He is a God of increase. As Satan’s leaven of sin started small with the first Adam and has grown to pollute the entire earth, so God’s righteousness begin with the last Adam, Jesus, then with a few disciples, growing in number yet still being only a handful of first fruits until eventually expanding to include almost the totality of all mankind who ever lived on earth. The fall feasts build in crescendo to that final and great harvest.
 
The Day or Feast of Trumpets is a day Satan has kept from the church for many reasons. One important reason is that the Bride of Jesus declares by this feast, her intention and readiness to marry her Bridegroom. Once revealed to the bride, she must comply. No Feast of Trumpets – no marriage.
 
The meaning of this feast is manifold. It pictures the following: the birth of Jesus; His future coming; the creation of man; our birthday as members of the family of God; the glorification of the sons of God; our crowns are given us on this day; the coming kingdom of God; the releasing of all the aspects of the glory of God (His wisdom, character, understanding, knowledge, discernment, excellence, etc.); the releasing of confidence; releasing of the rod of Jesus to those willing to control their tongues and walk in love as Sons of God, thus announcing our authority to this world, which must bow before us; in calling for the return of the King, we are therefore calling forth our kingship along with Jesus, even on this earth today; the arrival Jesus the High Priest as He comes to sit upon the judgment seat; giving of thanks for our growth in Jesus this year and for all God has done for us; the day our Father will come down to dwell on the earth.
 
The long blast of the shofar calls forth:
  • The return of the King of Kings

  • The calling forth of kingship in ourselves

  • The laying down of the flesh and the release of the rule of our spirit man

  • The birthday of the King

  • The coronation of kings

  • The receiving of the rod of authority of Jesus

  • The establishment and declaration of our identity in Jesus

  • The coming of our Father God to earth

  • The end of the old kingdom and establishment of the Kingdom of God

  • The releasing of the prisoners

  • The forgiveness of sin as confessed for a nation

  • The raising of the dead and the defeat of death

  • The declaration of war upon our enemy

  • The announcement that the King's throne will be moved to another city

  • The announcement that we receive and accept Jesus as King and Savior

 
We are declaring today as we receive or confirm our receiving of Jesus' rod of authority that we are not shaken in our love, faith and trust in God because of any attack from Satan. Moses was given the rod of Jesus on this day (Ex. 4:17). Pharaoh's son was destined to be a son of perdition with great demonic power. God had to destroy through Moses and the rod the gods of Egypt that would empower this son (Ex. 4:22-23). Jesus was making Moses God on the earth in Pharaoh's eyes, and Satan stood in fear of the rod of Jesus (Ex. 7:1).
 
Moses used the rod of Jesus along with some of God's names (Ex. 14:13-14; Ex. 3-12), which are written on the rod. We are called to use this rod and declare God's names against our enemy and his attacks. Moses used these names, the Eternal My:
 
Peace Rest
Salvation, Savior Accomplisher
Defender Vengeance
Holy God Creator Father
Covenant Prosperity
Adjudication Deliverer
Power Answerer
Relief Supreme Commander
Sustainer True Sign
Fullness Answer to all needs
Supplier God of Forever
Guide Inheritance
Anointer Hand of Correction
Tower Enricher
Plunderer of enemies Belief
Who comes Empowerer
Chooser Seer
Celebration Redeemer
Administrator of judgments Burden lifter
Rewarder Of hosts
Revealer of Truth Commander of Serpents
King of kings Of the Hebrews
The Water of life Giver of life
Commander of death Of serving
Increase Restraining and Binding
Boundaries The Walls
Of distinction Health and Healing
Controlling pestilence and consuming plagues Controlling weather
Punishment Pride, stubbornness and selfishness breaking
Light and darkness The heights and depths
Restoration Promotion
Compensation Firstborn
The Passover The redemption
Mercy Cleansing and Purifying
Completeness Holy convocations and feast days
Of destroying the power of sin Of commencing and finishing
Of permanent ordinances Of issuing forth holiness
Of the circumcision Of the sanctification
Of covering shade Of flowing pillar of fire
 
God commands us not to come empty before Him at His feasts. The financial offering we joyfully present to Him on this day calls forth the following: the return of Jesus; the establishment of the kingdom of God; the releasing of the glory of God; the unity of the body of Christ; the releasing of the miracle anointing; the releasing of prosperity; the releasing of the favors of God (e.g. salvation of family members); the acceptance of change and the removal of the old ways; the release of the rest and peace we have in Jesus; the acceptance of everything God has for us – His blessings upon us, our family and our land.
 
In the year 2003 the Day of Trumpets fell as it did on Adam and Eve’s first Sabbath. It was a weekly Sabbath as well as the first of Tishri (the seventh month of the holy calendar). It was harvest time. And Jesus, the last Adam, began His ministry at a marriage Feast on that evening, the beginning of the Day of Trumpets. It was on this night that Jesus performed His first miracle, changing the water into wine. It is the feast of new wine, including an outpouring of glorious new revelation. This wedding feast was prophetic. It will be on this same night part of the Day of Trumpets that the wedding feast of Jesus and His spiritual bride will take place.
 
This is the day of the revelation of the King of glory to this world. And this is the day of the revelation of His glory in and on us. Glory is the only word in the Bible with an unlimited meaning. We go from glory to glory in our Christian life. This is only the beginning: eternity will see an ever increasing unfolding of God’s glory and our never-ending awe at its revelation. And the astounding truth is that our Father of love will share His expanding glory with us His sons and daughters. We will be growing eternally from glory to greater and greater glory.