Wednesday, October 30, 2019

John 13 (v 4-32) - Interactive, And, why Hollywood is really outraged

In this video, Bob and Aaron talk about:

  • John 13 (v 4-32) - Interactive: the inner (B/B') pairing
  • Why is Hollywood really outraged about Netflix's potential offering of playback speed options?
  • Witchcraft and migration
  • A "love bath" for the saints in 1 John 4

John 13 (v 4-32) - Interactive, And, why Hollywood is really outraged



Curious about the pending reset of time? See The Pending Reset of Time - The Essential Guide

Sunday, October 27, 2019

Reflections on our times, John 13, Deep State Mapping/Qanon, "Quest for the Bay"

In this video we feature insights into the scriptures and discuss some current items of interest, including resonant indicators of the pending reset of time. While working toward presenting on John 17, our attention returns to the related 13th chapter of John.

  • Reflections on our present moment in time
    John 13 - Interactive - the outer (A/A') pairing
    Some news of interest
    Thoughts on Deep State Mapping ... qanon
    "Quest for the Bay" (2002)
    Psalm 40

Reflections on our times, John 13, Deep State Mapping/Qanon, "Quest for the Bay"



Curious about the pending reset of time? See The Pending Reset of Time - The Essential Guide

Monday, October 21, 2019

Reset of time? When, Lord? Okay. Be patient.

The Feast and the 8th day have passed, in Jerusalem, the sun has set. This was what we considered the prime season holding potential for the resetting of time back to 2012.

As Aaron and I watched the sun setting from the streaming webcam view of the Temple mount, we prayed. I heard, "I will bring forth a word when it is time." Aaron heard, "Remain patient." He had been hearing, "Be patient" this morning, even when he wasn't asking. It's hard to be patient. Especially when our struggles press hard. This is why overcomers are few in number.

We have put off shopping and such to focus on things that were more necessary, given our hopeful expectations in the time frame of the Feasts. What does this mean? You have questions, and we have questions, and we expect that suitable answers will come in due time. We are not inclined to discard anything of all the promises we know we have received from the Lord, who has been exceedingly merciful and generous with grace. Aaron and I hope to make more video and publish it here.

We expect there will be a flood of jubilant critics weighing in on our channel, and we'll try to manage that as the Lord provides, so if you respond to a thread we are compelled to delete, your replies will go away with the entire thread.

We are disappointed.

12) Hope deferred makes the heart sick, But desire fulfilled is a tree of life. 13) The one who despises the word will be in debt to it, But the one who fears the commandment will be rewarded. 14) The teaching of the wise is a fountain of life, To turn aside from the snares of death. ~ Proverbs 13:12-14

Even still, our hope continues to burn bright - not because we're in denial or detached from reality, but because we are anchored to our Lord Y'shua, Who is faithful and Who has continued to remain with us. His presence is tangible. His love remains.

Saturday, October 19, 2019

As the reset of time draws near...

In this video recorded on the last day of The Feast, we feature insights into the scriptures and resonant indicators of the pending reset of time, including:

  • The pending reset of time
  • Romans 11 - Interactive
  • 1 Timothy 2 - Interactive - and modeling the Bridegroom and Bride
  • "The Theory of Everything" - Hawking, and the ritual unwinding of time

Right after Yom Teruah had passed, I watched, "The Theory of Everything," on Netflix, and, surprise - it's resonating the rewinding of time back to the beginning! Right. Think, Bezos/Amazon ritual. The movie is from 2014, an award-winning biopic about the recently deceased physicist Dr. Steven Hawking. His famous projects involved cosmology, black holes and the end of and the beginning of time. The movie is filled with esoteric signaling, so we give it our attention with some decoding of the familiar occult themes and symbolism. We point out 2 examples of ritual "time-binding." This means something - not nothing! Recall how the millions of players were left staring at a "black hole" before Fortnite rebooted with a new chapter/season - which garnered a lot of attention during The Feast of Sukkot. Black holes. Time. Trending!

As the reset of time draws near...



"In the Ballpark" - the Jerusalem-time "Last Day of the Feast" countdown-to-the-reset-of-time - potentially

Curious about the pending reset of time? See The Pending Reset of Time - The Essential Guide

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Sukkot, Time Magic, the Libation of Water, and the reset of time

Bob and Aaron make observations and minister on subjects including:

  • Sukkot and the pending reset of time - the Libation of Water Ceremony
  • The "Time Magicians" of Judaism

"We do not model our behavior on those who practice Judaism, or on those messianic Christians who model their behavior on those who practice Judaism. Like how it is when we consider the plots and characters in media productions, we want to see them through the eyes of our Lord, Who is the King of the Jews, to see what He is pleased to reveal."

Note that "mainstream" Judaism compares to "mainstream" Christianity in composition and identity. There are "remnant" flocks but, according to the biblical language, the mainstream (as with every other religious faction) may rightly be categorized as "Mystery Babylon the Great."

Sukkot, Time Magic, the Libation of Water, and the reset of time



"In the Ballpark" - the Jerusalem-time "Last Day of the Feast" countdown-to-the-reset-of-time - potentially

Curious about the pending reset of time? See The Pending Reset of Time - The Essential Guide

Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Sukkot - and the dedication of the Temple at the Center of Time

In this video we feature insights into the scriptures and resonant indicators of the pending reset of time, including:

  • Sukkot and the pending reset of time
    - The dedication of the Temple by Solomon in 1 Kings 8
    - the Mount of Transfiguration and the booths of Matthew 17
  • Fortnite - The "black hole" END/REBOOT
  • "The Ministry of Refreshing Others"
  • John 13 (interactive) "EVEN AS I HAVE LOVED YOU"

Sukkot - and the dedication of the Temple at the Center of Time



"In the Ballpark" - the Jerusalem-time "Last Day of the Feast" countdown-to-the-reset-of-time - potentially

Curious about the pending reset of time? See The Pending Reset of Time - The Essential Guide

Monday, October 14, 2019

Bob interviews Tony Moreno about his adventure in Jerusalem

Featuring (the interrupted) video of the journey through Hezekiah's Tunnel, Tony Moreno shares his testimony with Bob Schlenker about his recent experience in Jerusalem:

  • the anomaly experienced while recording video of wading through Hezekiah's Tunnel
  • the location of the "coronation"
  • the empty hostel on his arrival
  • the in-flight movie: Cleo (If I could Turn Back Time)

Bob interviews Tony Moreno about his adventure in Jerusalem



"In the Ballpark" - the Jerusalem-time "Last Day of the Feast" countdown-to-the-reset-of-time - potentially

Curious about the pending reset of time? See The Pending Reset of Time - The Essential Guide

Sunday, October 13, 2019

The potential of Sukkot regarding the reset of time: In the Year of Release

In this video, as the Feast has now begun, we present some scripture and offer our thoughts on the potential of Sukkot regarding the pending reset of time, including Karaite vs Rabbinical perceptions. We give attention to the feature of Sukkot that involves the (shemitah) year of release and a credit/debt reset back to what it was SEVEN YEARS AGO. TIME is money! This testimony speaks to us about a significant reason for the Feast's focus on joy and rejoicing!

We continue to receive testimonies in email about some remarkable signs and very strong impressions about the soon reset of time.

The potential of Sukkot regarding the reset of time: In the year of Release



Curious about the pending reset of time? See The Pending Reset of Time - The Essential Guide

How long, O, Lord? Our best (educated) guess: "In the Ballpark" - the Jerusalem-time "Last Day of the Feast" countdown-to-the-reset-of-time - potentially

Saturday, October 12, 2019

Henry Gruver's passing as a sign + Sukkot and the end of time

So, we expected and were disappointed with the passing of Yom Teruah. We were given rest, specifically, and with the passing of Yom Kippur we were told to wait, patiently, but this has not meant that we should be idle. This season of eager anticipation is not over. The reset of time is pending.

Bob and Aaron talk about:

  • Henry Gruver's passing - as a sign
  • Sukkot / Shemini Atzeret / Simhat Torah - and the end of time

Brother Henry Gruver and Methuselah - signal transition signal deaths and personal connections.

Grasping at straws? Not even close! While there's more video coming, Lord willing, in this video we introduce a reason why this Hoshana Rabbah/Shemini Atzeret "watch" target is a legitimate "ballpark."

Henry Gruver's passing as a sign + Sukkot and the end of time



"In the Ballpark" - the Jerusalem-time "Last Day of the Feast" countdown clock

Curious about the pending reset of time? See The Pending Reset of Time - The Essential Guide

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Tick Tock - Are you patient and hopeful? It's almost time tor a reset!

Hi everybody - another update!

Starting with following through on some insight yesterday, the Lord brought more insight and a sign today, and Aaron and I are excited! We have not abandoned our expectations of being returned back to 2012. Quite the contrary! Part of me wants to be there already, but I know the Lord has a reason for letting it play out as it is. Aaron and I are convinced that, in His goodness, this "delay" of sorts (from one perspective), will bring forth a benefit for all of us - who wait patiently for Him to move - and for those who depend on us and what the Lord is doing and will do through us.

I wait for the Lord, my soul does wait, And in His word do I hope. ~ Psalm 130:5

Wednesday, October 09, 2019

Yom Kippur has also passed

Hi Everybody.

On Jerusalem time, Yom Kippur has also passed. We are disappointed, but not disheartened. We have little to report beyond the simple words given to me and Aaron. I got a single word, "Wait." Aaron got, "Be patient. This is not over."

We are not convicted of failure. We have been convicted and corrected in the past and we know very well what that's like. Like with Yom Teruah, which came and went, we anticipate more shaking and sifting as the Lord refines and prepares His people. He has not abandoned us, nor has He forgotten us.

So, what do we do now? We expect to do what is our customary practice - to wait on the Lord for direction and for His provision. Our hope is in Him. We cannot deny the abundance of miracles, and the mercy and the grace that has been steadfastly poured out upon the Lord's beloved. We wait, patiently, and we stay vigilant while we remain on watch.

I wait for the Lord, my soul does wait, And in His word do I hope. ~ Psalm 130:5

Tuesday, October 08, 2019

Yom Kippur - Is this the end?

Yom Kippur has arrived. As we watch and await the reset of time back to 2012, Aaron and I have enjoyed some wonderful times of reflection on how the Lord has been with us.

We have not been able to produce more video but here are some links for you.

During the watch day (for the sign to the Bride) in 2008, I was first introduced to the keystone pattern while I was engaged in working out the thematic structure of John 13. The version I was satisfied with endured until very recently. Following this past Yom Teruah, the Lord led me there to see a revelation of what Aaron and I were witnessing, how the Lord's love was manifesting in His people as a result of what He had done. I was led to revisit my former work, producing the very satisfying update you'll find here: John 13 - Interactive. The line, "even as I have loved you" continues to resonate so very strongly!

You'll notice a useful feature has been added. (Thanks brother Vlad!) If you want to compare sections that are so far apart that you can't see the companions on screen together, we have a solution, at least for those who use a mouse. If you want to collapse the area spanned by a bar to a single line just right-click on it. You can collapse many bars until you have the view you want. To restore the collapsed lines, just left-click on the collapsed line.

Here's a new presentation: 1 Timothy 2 - Interactive

Are you watching and curious to know when the sun will set in Jerusalem?

Webcam streaming a live feed of the Western Wall in Jerusalem

We are hopeful that as the sun sets on this day of celebrating the telegraphing Yobel that we will find ourselves returning back in time to begin again, toward a very different outcome!

Sunday, October 06, 2019

Deja Vu! And again - Our last video of the season?

In what may be our last video of the season, Bob and Aaron talk about:

  • Leviticus 25 and the Return/Reset - of the blowing of trumpets on Yom Kippur announcing the Jubilee
  • John 10 - The Good Shepherd and His Sheep

Deja Vu! And again - Our last video of the season?



Curious about the pending reset of time? See The Pending Reset of Time - The Essential Guide

“Woe to you, when all people speak well of you, for so their fathers did to the false prophets. ~ Luke 6:26

18 “If the world hates you, know that it has hated me before it hated you. 19 If you were of the world, the world would love you as its own; but because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you. 20 Remember the word that I said to you: ‘A servant is not greater than his master.’ If they persecuted me, they will also persecute you. If they kept my word, they will also keep yours. 21 But all these things they will do to you on account of my name, because they do not know him who sent me. 22 If I had not come and spoken to them, they would not have been guilty of sin, but now they have no excuse for their sin. 23 Whoever hates me hates my Father also. 24 If I had not done among them the works that no one else did, they would not be guilty of sin, but now they have seen and hated both me and my Father. 25 But the word that is written in their Law must be fulfilled: ‘They hated me without a cause.’ ~ John 15:18-25

It's not Bob and Aaron that you put your trust in. It's the God of Bob and Aaron - put your trust in Him!

Wednesday, October 02, 2019

Some Post-Yom Teruah Observations and Impressions

Hi Everybody.

About the reset of time, yes, it's obviously still 2019. Yom Teruah came and went. Are we disappointed to still be here now? Yes. Are we crushed, disheartened or discouraged or shook? No. The Lord never told us, "thus saith the Lord, I will reset time on such and such a day," so we have no justification for being upset about it. But that day was the obvious stand out choice for a "best guess" and we have no back up plan for pitching alternate theories. We see no reason to doubt that time will be reset, and for all the many and varied reasons we've given over the past 18 months or so, we believe it will result in the doubling of this past shemitah. We are not inclined to quit or throw the baby out with the bathwater, as it were. We have no further insight to add or suggestions to offer about when time might be reset, at the present time.

So, what now? The word we got was, Rest. Be patient. We're grateful for that! We are battle-weary, still, wrung out, but the Lord has granted us to have some respite from the aggressive offensive that we've been maintaining. This is why you haven't heard from us, except in some YouTube comments. We're still maintaining the defensive perimeter, as we must because the enemy has not gone on shore leave, spiritually.

I have a personal testimony to share about this past Yom Teruah. When the new moon was sighted and the sun had set in Israel, I learned of that from an email shortly after the fact. Just before that, which must have been when the sun was setting, I had felt the sudden onset of extreme fatigue. This is not really a rare thing with me, but what was rare was the extreme degree. I was in a video chat session with Aaron so we closed that out and I went to lie down and rest.

Over the next day or so I came to understand what that meant. While it makes sense that I should have been very actively attentive as if this was a watch day, it was quite the opposite. I was so completely drained that it was obvious that I had no choice in the matter. When I learned that the Lord was granting us rest, I understood that when Yom Teruah began my work was done. The marathon was over and we had crossed the finish line. Aaron and I had completed the work and we were done. God gave His servants rest.

There's more to the story. After I had laid down to rest and a few minutes had passed, it became apparent that I just wasn't going to be sleeping, so I got up again. I was compelled to go to the store and buy a bottle of wine to celebrate, and I took my empty water jug with me to refill it with drinking water. This all did seem odd, especially for a Yom Teruah, but Aaron and I are not strangers to the Lord's engaging us in notably peculiar ways, so off I went. As I drove out of the alley by the Warp Zone ("Where past meets present"), I had a very strong impression that something was really very weird. Where were all the cars, and as I kept going, the traffic? It was Sunday, and the expected cars that would be parked along the streets were absent, nearly entirely! There was no traffic to be seen until I had gone a considerable way, and then it was only very light even when I got to the store, where hardly anyone was. The sky and everything I saw seemed to have a tint or a tinge, like nothing I can remember seeing before. It had a distinctive post-apocalyptic kind of vibe. What do I make of that? I don't know, but like so many things I don't understand, I have prayed about it and made note of it. Another curious episode.

A couple days later, Aaron went out on errands and the absence of people and the vibe in the places he visited compared closely to my experience.

Several people in the comments sections and in personal emails have been weighing in and sharing their observations, dreams and impressions. We are well aware of "confirmation bias" and how perceptions can be influenced, and we are cautious about jumping to conclusions, but I have to say, something is up. What, exactly, that might be, I expect we'll find out soon enough. Stay on the alert, friends. Be vigilant. Despite whatever trials you are facing, this is no time to be slack.

I will stand on my guard post
And station myself on the rampart;
And I will keep watch to see what He will speak to me,
And how I may reply when I am reproved.
2 Then the Lord answered me and said,
“Record the vision
And inscribe it on tablets,
That the one who reads it may run.
3 “For the vision is yet for the appointed time;
It hastens toward the goal and it will not fail.
Though it tarries, wait for it;
For it will certainly come, it will not delay.
4 “Behold, as for the proud one,
His soul is not right within him;
But the righteous will live by his faith.
~ Habakkuk 2:1-4