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Unleavened Bread Ministries with David Eells

Man-child Resurrects Fruit in the Wilderness
Eric DeJesus - 11/22/2007

In a dream, David Eells called me and said he was coming with his wife to Syracuse to visit the brethren. I called the BenYsraels and they told me that they knew because David had called them also; so we started calling everybody else and the word spread. We started getting calls from brethren we didn't even know from other states, asking if they could come too. The local fellowship decided to rent out a restored three-story mansion with many rooms to accommodate the brethren that were coming.

When David and his wife arrived, they started teaching us in the main parlor of the mansion, where there must have been more than 50 adults, plus all their children. They taught us from the word all day long, and then David said, "Mary and I are very tired now. We're going to go to sleep", so we showed them to their room.

Back in the parlor, it occurred to us that we never offered David and his wife breakfast, lunch or dinner; so we knocked on David's door and said that we were preparing a feast for he and his wife; would he like to attend? He said he and his wife would love to attend. So the group sent me to the grocery store to buy supplies. I went to the second story of the house, climbed out of the window onto the roof, and jumped to the ground; a drop of more than 25 feet, but I was not hurt.

Then I went to a very large supermarket that was very white with bright lights, to buy all manner of breads, and meats, and fruits and vegetables. As I went to the register to pay, I noticed a bottle of wine, and I thought in my head, "This one bottle of wine will be enough for 100 people"; so I bought it too, and returned to the mansion, walking through the front door.

So the brethren made the feast and we all sat together, all the adults and their children and David Eells and his wife, each of us all on throne-like chairs at a huge table; and we were eating and drinking and rejoicing in the Lord together. Then we all went to sleep for the night.

The next morning David and his wife came into the parlor and said, "Greetings brethren", but we all ignored them; we were huddled around the children, particularly around one child who was dying. Whose child it was I don't know. Then someone said, "What was the point of the Lord sending you here if He's going to kill our children?" David said, "It will not be so". And I heard a voice that said, "I will bless those who blessed him, and curse those who cursed him". And David rushed over to the child, laid his hands on him, and prayed in tongues over the child. The rest who were parents repeated the same thing David did over their own children. The child revived and everybody was relieved.

Then David said, "I hope you all have learned something through this. Mary and I have to go now, but we will return to you. Continue steadfast in prayer together". We all said "Amen". {Col.4:2} Continue steadfastly in prayer, watching therein with thanksgiving.

David's notes: David here represents Elijah the man-child who had spoken a famine at the beginning of chapter 17, symbolizing the beginning of the tribulation famine. {1 Kings 17:1} And Elijah the Tishbite, who was of the sojourners of Gilead, said unto Ahab, As Jehovah, the God of Israel, liveth, before whom I stand, there shall not be dew nor rain these years, but according to my word. After this, during the famine, the widow woman fed Elijah in this first three years of the tribulation just like the brethren in this dream fed David. The widow represents those whose old man is dead, those whose apostate leadership is dead and they now follow the man-child. Here Elijah multiplied the meal and oil so that the widow had a continuous supply during the wilderness famine just as Jesus the man-child did. This is similar to Eric thinking that the bottle of wine was going to stretch a long way to feed 100 people. Going through the second story window to be fed represents 60-fold fruit. We are the house individually and corporately to be perfected: spirit - 30, soul - 60 (second story), and body -100.

Then we see a very similar story concerning the resurrection of the children. Those who had blessed Elijah and David as types of the man-child were blessed to have their fruit sustained in the famine for as God said in the dream, "I will bless those who blessed him, and curse those who cursed him". {17} And it came to pass after these things, that the son of the woman, the mistress of the house, fell sick; and his sickness was so sore, that there was no breath left in him. {18} And she said unto Elijah, What have I to do with thee, O thou man of God? thou art come unto me to bring my sin to remembrance, and to slay my son! {19} And he said unto her, Give me thy son. And he took him out of her bosom, and carried him up into the chamber, where he abode, and laid him upon his own bed. {20} And he cried unto Jehovah, and said, O Jehovah my God, hast thou also brought evil upon the widow with whom I sojourn, by slaying her son? {21} And he stretched himself upon the child three times, and cried unto Jehovah, and said, O Jehovah my God, I pray thee, let this child's soul come into him again. {22} And Jehovah hearkened unto the voice of Elijah; and the soul of the child came into him again, and he revived. {23} And Elijah took the child, and brought him down out of the chamber into the house, and delivered him unto his mother; and Elijah said, See, thy son liveth. {24} And the woman said to Elijah, Now I know that thou art a man of God, and that the word of Jehovah in thy mouth is truth. Both Elijah and David did not accept that the fruit of God's own would die during a famine of the Word. The proof that Elijah was "a man of God" was that he resurrected the widow's fruit during the famine.

The verse after the chapter shows that after the widow's son was resurrected the third year of a famine came. {18:1} And it came to pass after many days, that the word of Jehovah came to Elijah, in the third year, saying, Go, show thyself unto Ahab; and I will send rain upon the earth. {2} And Elijah went to show himself unto Ahab. And the famine was sore in Samaria. At this time Jezebel the harlot was killing the prophets, symbolizing the two witnesses, making this the second half of the tribulation.{4} for it was so, when Jezebel cut off the prophets of Jehovah, that Obadiah took a hundred prophets, and hid them by fifty in a cave, and fed them with bread and water. In Eric's dream there was wine enough for 100 people but there were only 50 adults in that particular house. Notice the prophets were in two groups of fifty, symbolizing two witnesses. In the rest of this chapter, Ahab, king of the 10 apostate tribes (10-horned beast) was ridden by Jezebel the harlot who had all the false prophets fed from her table. As the true woman of God fed the true prophets so the false woman fed the false prophets.

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