When the Covid vaccine began circulating as mass clinical trials on the public, I listened to an interesting conversation between my two sons. The computer programmer said that when a string of code is programmed, anything can be embedded in that code –– including a computer virus, a virus programmed to start sometime in the future. He also said that no one has ever created a code without errors. If he is hiring someone for a position and they claim they can write perfect code, he doesn’t hire them. No one is perfect and all codes have a margin of error. He believes that within several years, there will be ads on television telling people who were vaccine injured to call a number for legal help and restitution for their vaccine injury.
The messenger of Yeshua states that those who ‘obey’ the words in this prophetic book will be ‘blessed.’ In Hebrew, the word for ‘obey’ is shamar or ‘guard’ and means to ‘watch, keep, and preserve.’ Those who guard, keep, and preserve the words in Revelation will be blessed. Whoever doesn’t guard, obey, and protect this prophecy –– by adding to or removing from –– will lose their share in the Etz Chayil and their home in the New Jerusalem.
When born again into the Kingdom of God, each of us became ‘new creations’ in Messiah (2 Corinthians 5:17). We remained in a mortal state, a flesh body that had to die because of sin. At the first resurrection, everyone who put their faith in Yeshua received their promised immortal bodies. As ‘new creations,’ Jews and gentiles receive their inheritance in the ‘new heaven and new earth’ (Galatians 6:15). They become ‘one new man’ in its fullness. Just as the former heaven and earth required mortal beings; the new heavens and earth require ‘new creations’ in Messiah.