The Nephilim bow their knees
Sep 30, 2017
On the night of September 22, 2017 the president pointed out how the Nephilim were bowing their knees. Such kneeling began last year when a certain NFL (naphal in Hebrew) player began the practice in protest of an event where a police officer shot and killed someone. Nephilim is plural for naphal, “to fall” in Hebrew, spelled NFL.
The president drew attention to this recently, turning it into a national issue.
Most people on either side of the dispute are focusing on issues of free speech vs. unpatriotic behavior. That issue is complex, because the Supreme Court ruled years ago that flag burning was an expression of free speech protected by the constitution. Likewise, the Jehovah’s Witnesses won a court ruling, allowing them not to salute the flag in public schools—back in the days when they used to recite the Pledge of Allegiance.
On the other hand, I suspect that the majority of veterans, as well as many average Americans, think that the Supreme Court was wrong in its decision. This is an emotional issue with them, considering the fact that they put their lives on the line for the flag and what it represents.
It is not my purpose to enter into that debate. Others are already doing so. Instead, I see it in the context of our recent divine court cases against the Nephilim since last June. Recall that we replaced two Nephilim guarding the Open Door in Cloquet and Hermantown, Minnesota, both of which are near Duluth. We also overthrew “Herman the German” in New Ulm.
Winning these court cases put the angels of God in control of the Open Door (“Duluth” is the daleth, “open door” in Hebrew), giving us access to the Open Door Ministry which is set to begin at the feast of Tabernacles in October. Hence, the funds for the first trip arrived July 23, confirmed two months later on September 23, and on the night of September 22, the president himself acknowledged that the Nephilim were bowing their knees. His speech dramatically brought attention to their kneeling, so that now the whole country is aware of it.
Like so many signs, this one has a positive spiritual message, regardless of its negative side in the world. Recall that when Hurricane Maria slammed Puerto Rico, it was a disaster in the world, but a positive sign in the spirit. We need to distinguish clearly between the event and sign, so that no one thinks that we are applauding the disaster. We have to have the ability to think on both levels.
Recall also the Twin Towers demolition on September 11, 2001. That too was a disaster in the world, but 911 is the numeric value of grace (charis) in the New Testament. In the midst of disaster we saw a positive sign, because a few days later the entire US government stood on the Capital steps and sang God Bless America. Most of them did not realize what they were doing, because they did not know the biblical definition of “bless.” They thought they were praying for God to bless them with prosperity and protection, when in fact, Acts 3:25, 26 defines it as “turning every one of you from your wicked ways.”
In their ignorance, they prayed this prayer, and I know that God heard the cry of these government officials. Therefore, He is now taking steps to bring our country (and the world) to repentance in order to turn us from our wicked ways.
It shows how important it is for us to know the Word and the mind of God. Ignorance prevents us from seeing the big picture. Ignorance of the Word leaves us only with the news of present disaster, without seeing the signs of hope for the future. This leaves the people in fear, which only serves to destroy faith.
If you understand the mind of God and His plan for the earth, you are a rare person in the world today. Unlike the vast majority, you have the ability/faith to pray into world situations in ways that others cannot. Paul contrasts the remnant of grace with the rest of the world by telling us that that the remnant has obtained the promise that others were seeking, but "the rest were blinded" (Romans 11:7 KJV). The Father says to tell you that such rare people are His “Jewels” (Malachi 3:17 KJV). God keeps His jewels in a safe place where no one can pluck them out of His hand (John 10:28, 29 KJV).