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Unleavened Bread Ministries with David Eells

Corporate David Raises Apostles Soon

Garrett Crawford - 05/13/2009
(David's notes in red)

In this dream, the first thing I remember was that I was at my pc, looking at a website. There was some kind of piece written about a movie. The movie was about a few young men who traveled the world and ultimately changed it forever. I assumed it was about the first apostles. I was amazed at the good things the critic had to say about them and the movie because I did not think of him as a Christian. After I saw this, I began to look around some more on these young men and saw that there were many movies and books written about them. It was like they were larger than life and the whole world knew about their great works. But I also got the feeling that what they had accomplished was a one-time thing, never to be duplicated. As I sat and found myself thinking about them, I began to even admire them and think of the greatness of their works. (To most of the Church, the things that happened in the Gospels and Acts have passed away and are only of historic value, but God will repeat the former rain in a latter rain that will cover the world. {Eccl.1:9} That which hath been is that which shall be; and that which hath been done is that which shall be done: and there is no new thing under the sun. {10} Is there a thing whereof it may be said, See, this is new? it hath been long ago, in the ages which were before us... {3:15} That which is hath been long ago; and that which is to be hath long ago been: and God seeketh again that which is passed away.)

Shortly after this, I found myself sitting down on the floor with a small group of young men, some younger than me. David Eells was in the middle, sitting in a wooden chair. (I am being used as a type of this thing that will happen corporately all over the world, through the David ministries God told me He was about to raise up.) He had a book in his hands and he was teaching these men, but this was no ordinary teaching. He was preparing these men who sat around him to do many mighty works. He was raising them up to walk in the steps of their first-century counterparts. These who sat around him were on the verge of shaking the world and it was all going to start in this humble setting, in a small living room. (In the steps of the apostles, modern apostles will be raised up by the Man-child to bring a remnant of the Church back to their biblical foundations in this coming latter rain.

While the world was all excited about a movie of the former miracle workers, something so great was stirring here in this house and no one knew. (Much of the church has been deceived that God is not raising a people in the image of Christ to prove the power of His salvation.) While I was sitting there, my mom (representing the Church) walked in and said, "Garrett, the new movie just came out. Do you want to go see it?"' I remembered my excitement about it and said yes, but then, as I looked back to David and the group sitting around him, it dawned on me, why would I want to see a movie about the past when I, along with these others, are on the verge of reliving what those men did, in the very near future? (In a repetition of history, many religious people will walk in the steps of their forefathers -- the Pharisees, Sadducees and Zealots -- in persecuting these men because of the dead letter that is taught to them. These Apostles and those who spring from them will shake the world.)


Timing
David Eells - 03/04/2011

* Dear friends, when we get a prophetic revelation, I always try to see how it fits with history since it always repeats. The feasts and history of scripture is a treasure of knowledge concerning timing of these things. When I speak of coming timing I often use the words "could", "maybe", "possibly", etc. Although the sequence of events is very well laid down in scripture, the date is not.

For instance, I have written and spoken many times that we will not KNOW the time of the anointing of the Man-child with the latter rain, which is at the beginning of the tribulation, until the seven years begins. Jesus said it would be "As were the days of Noah". Noah did not know until the beginning of the first day of the tribulation that it had begun.The days of Noah are only mentioned in Genesis 7. (Gen.7:4) For yet seven days, and I will cause it to rain upon the earth ... These seven days are the 70th week of Daniel or the tribulation. Daniel also revealed that the first sign of the tribulation would be when a firm covenant with many would be made at the very beginning of the week. {Dan.9:27} And he shall make a firm covenant with many for one week... Two strong witnesses tell us we will not know until it happens.

Other things in the sequence of events afterward will not be known until this first sign. Then they also will be known. Some timing of things even before the beginning of tribulation will not be known because they are connected to the beginning. This is not to say we will not know the season of the coming Man-child or tribulation, for Jesus rebuked the Pharisees for not discerning that. Several times it has happened to me that people forget that I have taught this for many years and they have forgotten my conjecture with words like "could", "maybe" and "possibly", concerning coming timing and all they remember is the timing itself. They focus on this as though it was a prophecy, which is unfair and dishonest. The feasts are an excellent timing but they come every year.

The world census in 2010 and 2011 seem to fit the world census in Luke 2 just before the Man-child is born. There were signs in the Gospels that a few were expecting the birth but not the timing of the anointing. We may know the year but not the day or hour. Sometimes we are given a sequence of events and then people unfairly expect it to all be completed within their own idea of a time frame, which is usually very short. Notice one verse speaks of seven years; chapters can speak of 3 1/2 years, as in Revelation 12 and 13. "Soon" is a good word in the title. :o)

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