Sunday, April 15, 2018

Behold, I show you a mystery; we shall not all be raptured, but we shall all be changed

The pre-trib rapture is a cunningly devised fable that is a construct of “shepherds that feed themselves” as chronicled in Ezekiel 34. This has been accomplished by these self-sustaining shepherds by separating the sheep from that which is their only required sustenance, The Bible, God’s Holy Word, as declared in Matthew and Luke 4:4. Instead they have forced the sheep to digest translations of the Bible. His Holy Word has been, and shall always be, a binary code of the Hebrew and Greek, much like food is comprised of nutrients and fuel. With this in mind, let us reason together what His Word actually says in the Greek, as it was presented to us.

It is emphatically stated in His Word that we shall be changed. Using a "translation" we will observe, not digest, what is being stated.

Behold, I show you a mystery; we will not all sleep, but we will all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet; for the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised imperishable, and we will be changed.
1Corinians 15:51 & 52
The word here for "changed" is the Koine Greek absolute descriptor "αλλαγησομεθα". A transliteration of this in our tongue is allagisometha, and is listed in the Strong's as G236. As you can plainly see, that is only the definition of the first stem of a closed triple compound word.

G236 ἀλλάσσω allasso (al-las'-sō) v. to change, transform, make different.

These are the actual definitions of all three stem words with examples. Take note G236 is not to be found. Definitions and examples are color coded for ease of identification.

G235 ἀλλά alla (al-la') conj.
1. (properly) other things.
2. (adverbially) contrariwise (in many relations).

G1093 γῆ ge (ǰee') n.
1. soil.
2. (by extension) a region, or the solid part or the whole of the earthly globe (including the occupants in each application

G2071 ἔσομαι esomai (e'-so-mai) v.
shall be.
[future of G1510]
KJV: shall (should) be (have), (shall) come (to pass), X may have, X fall, what would follow, X live long, X sojourn

Rom 6:5 ει γαρ συμφυτοι γεγοναμεν τω ομοιωματι του θανατου αυτου αλλα G235 και της αναστασεως εσομεθα
1Thess 4:8 τοιγαρουν ο αθετων ουκ ανθρωπον αθετει αλλα G235 τον θεον τον και δοντα το πνευμα αυτου το αγιον εις ημας
1John 4:1 αγαπητοι μη παντι πνευματι πιστευετε αλλα G235 δοκιμαζετε τα πνευματα ει εκ του θεου εστιν οτι πολλοι ψευδοπροφηται εξεληλυθασιν εις τον κοσμον

Rom 9:17 λεγει γαρ η γραφη τω φαραω οτι εις αυτο τουτο εξηγειρα σε οπως ενδειξωμαι εν σοι την δυναμιν μου και οπως διαγγελη το ονομα μου εν παση τη γη G1093
1John 5:8 και τρεις εισιν οι μαρτυρουντες εν τη γη G1093 το πνευμα και το υδωρ και το αιμα και οι τρεις εις το εν εισι
Jas 5:18 και παλιν προσηυξατο και ο ουρανος υετον εδωκε και η γη G1093 εβλαστησε τον καρπον αυτης

Rom 6:5 ει γαρ συμφυτοι γεγοναμεν τω ομοιωματι του θανατου αυτου αλλα και της αναστασεως εσομεθα G2071
1Thess 4:17 επειτα ημεις οι ζωντες οι περιλειπομενοι αμα συν αυτοις αρπαγησομεθα εν νεφελαις εις απαντησιν του κυριου εις αερα και ουτω παντοτε συν κυριω εσομεθα G2071
1John 3:2 αγαπητοι νυν τεκνα θεου εσμεν και ουπω εφανερωθη τι εσομεθα οιδαμεν δε οτι εαν φανερωθη ομοιοι αυτω εσομεθα G2071 οτι οψομεθα αυτον καθως εστι

This very simple exorcise bares out what the word, not only means, but does. This is an absolute descriptor that provides what, where, and when. Allagisometha is properly defined in thus way - will become changed on the earth. Interestingly enough, this closed double compound "γησομεθα" that identifies the where and the when, is used five different ways in a total of 7 verses throughout the Greek side of The Bible, God's Holy Word. The list is as fallows.
  1. εξομολογησομεθα
  2. ανθομολογησομεθα
  3. αλλαγησομεθα
  4. αρπαγησομεθα
  5. υποταγησομεθα
With this in mind, some very interesting things will happen when this series of events occur.