Part 1 - The Story of Abilemech and how history repeats itself.
Donald Trump's last desperate attack is to create a diversion from his fate.
The truth is, the outcome of this election and the fate of Donald Trump was embedded in the earth, moon and stars 4.5 billion years ago and in the Words of the 7th Book of Old Testament, written near the beginning of the 10th century before Christ.
After Secretary Clinton made the "deplorables" remark about half of Donald Trump's supporters on Sept. 9th, out of curiosity, I decided to do a word search for "deplorables" in the New American Bible, Kindle Version. There is ONLY one instance, which is contained in the Introduction to the Book of Judges and it reads as follows:
The main part of the book (3:7–16:31) consists of a series of stories about thirteen leaders whose careers are described in greater or lesser detail. The exploits of six of these—Othniel, Ehud, Deborah, Gideon, Jephthah, and Samson—are related at length, and all are shown to have delivered Israel from oppression or danger. They are customarily called “major judges,” whereas the other six—Shamgar, Tola, Jair, Ibzan, Elon, and Abdon—who appear only in brief notices, are designated “minor judges.” The thirteenth, Abimelech, is included in neither group, since his story is essentially a continuation of that of Gideon and his career is presented as deplorable, a cautionary tale of royal ambition.
Abimelech, the son of judge Gideon, is primarily discussed in Judges, Chapters 8 & 9. Wikipedia writes; His name can best be interpreted "my father is king”, claiming the inherited right to rule; also a common name of the Philistine kings. According to the Bible, he was an unprincipled, ambitious ruler, often engaged in war with his own subjects …. [SOUND FAMILIAR?]
Abimelech was actually the son of Gideon and his maidservant. Gideon had many concubines and thus fathered 70 sons. When Gideon died and was buried in the tomb of his father, the Israelites again prostituted themselves to Baals, making Baal-berith  their god.
Abimelech went to his mother’s kin in Shechem, and convinced them that it would be better that one man rule over them than seventy men, since he was their kin. (Woe be to you Republican Party). They acquiesced and gave him seventy pieces of silver from their treasury in the temple with which Abimelech hired “worthless men and outlaws as his followers”. He then went to his father’s house in Ophrah, and killed his seventy brothers. Then all the lords of Shechem and all Beth-millo came together and made Abimelech king, but Abimelech was cursed by his youngest and only surviving brother, Jotham.
When Abimelech had ruled Israel for three years, God put an evil spirit between Abimelech and the lords of Shechem, and the lords of Shechem broke faith with the house of Abimelech. This was to repay the violence done to the seventy sons of Gideon and to avenge their blood upon their brother Abimelech, who killed them, and upon the lords of Shechem, who encouraged him to kill his brothers. Prompted by an attemped overtrow by Gaal, son of Ebeb, Abimelech then went after the lords of Shechem, killed their people and burned the lords to death in a temple crypt of El-berith. Abimelech proceeded to Thebez, encamped, and captured it.
Abimelech met his demise attacking a strong tower in the middle of the city, where all of the men and women and all the lords of the city fled to take refuge on the roof of the tower. Abimelech came up to the tower and fought against it. When he came close to the entrance of the tower to set it on fire, A CERTAIN WOMAN cast the upper part of a millstone down on Abimelech’s head, and it fractured his skull. He immediately called his armor-bearer and said to him, “Draw your sword and put me to death so they will not say about me, ‘A woman killed him.’”So his attendant ran him through and he died. When the Israelites saw that Abimelech was dead, they all left for their homes. Thus did God repay the evil that Abimelech had done to his father in killing his seventy brothers. God also brought all the wickedness of the people of Shechem back on their heads: Those deceived by Abimelech and who put him into to power. An Old Testament parallel to a New Testament Pauline Epistle, 2Thessalonians 2:1-12.
Moral to this story and 2Thessalonians 2:1-12: If you perpetuate THE LIE, the result will be "death" (rendering powerless) by a woman using the tool of a Miller.
 Baal-berith: a divine epithet meaning “lord of the covenant.” The same deity is called El-berith, “god of the covenant,” in Judges 9:46. In Rabbinical literature, Baal-berith is identical to Baal-zebub, lord of the flies, who is also discussed the 2 Books of Kings and later as Beelzebul, a prince of demons in the Gospels according to Matthew and Luke. From the Esoteric Codex: Demonology 1, Baal Berith was the chief secretary of Hell, head of its public archives, and the demon who tempted men to blasphemy and murder.When seated among the princes of Hell, he was usually seen as a pontiff. He tells things of the past, present and future with true answers; he can also turn all metals into gold, give dignities to men and confirm them. He was also quite a voluble sort: according to the Admirable History written by Father in 1612, Baal Berith once possessed a nun in Aix-en-Provence. In the process of the exorcism, Baal Berith volunteered not only his own name and the names of all the other demons possessing her, but the names of the saints who would be most effective in opposing them.
Truth is, everyone in those rallies … everyone in their hearts and their words and their deeds who condemn those that Trump JUDGES as inferior are deplorable and those who support such ideals are greater than 50% of his following but we as Christians have to keep our hearts open to their conversion but never to their ideals. I’m guiltier than Sec. Clinton of shunning these people and I have to keep reminding myself that even though they continue to believe the lie we must continue to give them the opportunities to SEE THE TRUTH.
Part 2 - Judith 16:22
The Book of Judith relates the story of God’s deliverance of the Jewish people. This was accomplished “by the hand of a female”—a constant motif (cf. 8:33; 9:9, 10; 12:4; 13:4, 14, 15; 15:10; 16:5) meant to recall the “hand” of God in the Exodus narrative (cf. Ex 15:6).
I've been working on my 2nd book, God's Fury. It's now a 78 slide Power Point outline. I'm "arm-twisting" this journalist friend of mine to co-write the book with me. She can write and she can interview very well. I'm "humanizing" this book and planning on us interviewing people intertwined into the "triad" of the recurring themes in the Book of Revelation: Seven, Babylon and God's Fury. I'm about to start invoking "Mission from God" to get her participation.
The 16:22 connection. I missed this originally. You can check out my blog http://www.tribulation7.com/blog/my-24th-blog-the-tetrad-of-6th-seals-messages-from-god that I wrote on 9/18/15. When I wrote it, I did learn that Ursa Minor, where the Little Dipper resides, is referred to as “Little Bear”. When I started making the 6th seal connections and attacking the Evangelicals for their Holy War desire in John Hagee’s 4 Blood Moons, I was looking for lunar eclipses with the closest major earthquake in time. I didn’t realize there had been a 7.6M event 16 hours & 22 min. before the 7.4M event in the Solomon Islands. I didn’t catch it until about 2 weeks ago. Maybe God didn’t want to tell me the future:
A powerful magnitude 7.6 Earthquake occurred on Apr. 12, 2014, 93km SSE of Kirakira, Solomon Islands @ 4:14 p.m.. EST. 16Hours and 22 min. later, another powerful magnitude 7.4 Earthquake occurred on Apr. 13, 2014, 111km S of Kirakira, Solomon Islands @ 8:36 a.m. EST. So we look for every Ch. 16, v. 22 in the Books of the Bible, because 16:22 is this particular APPOINTED TIME.
Ex.16:22 On the sixth day they gathered twice as much food, two omers for each person. When all the leaders of the community came and reported this to Mosesnow!” [6th Seal, 2nd Coming]
Lev. 16:22 The goat will carry off all their iniquities to an isolated region. When the goat is dispatched into the wilderness, [Symbolically, carrying away the sins of the Israelites. See Mt. 25:31-46 Judgement of the Nations and reference to goats as sinners]
Num. 16:22 But they fell prostrate and exclaimed, “O God, God of the spirits of all living creatures, if one man sins will you be angry with the whole community?” [God’s destruction for the sins of Israelites]
Dt. 16:22 nor shall you erect a sacred pillar, such as the LORD, your God, hates. [Warning against idolatry].
Jgs 16:22 But the hair of his head began to grow as soon as it was shaved. [Even though he was seduced by Delilah and lost his sight, Samson was able to regain his strength.]
1Sam.16:22 Saul sent Jesse the message, “Let David stay in my service, for he meets with my approval.” [Saul, King of the Israelites basically selects his successor.]
2Sam. 16:22 So a tent was pitched on the roof for Absalom, and Absalom went to his father’s concubines in view of all Israel. [Absalom was the 3rd son of David who would become King of the Israelites]
1Kgs. 16:22 The partisans of Omri prevailed over those of Tibni, son of Ginath. Tibni died and Omri became king. [This describes the civil war of Israel after the death of Zimri, King of Judah, who became king of Israel for seven days in the twenty-seventh year of Asa. Tibni supposedly is a nickname for “man of straw”.]
1Chr. 16:22 “Do not touch my anointed, to my prophets do no harm.” [David’s directives to the Levites].
Jdt. 16:22 Many wished to marry her, but she gave herself to no man all the days of her life from the time her husband, Manasseh, died and was gathered to his people. [The Book of Judith relates the story of God’s deliverance of the Jewish people which was accomplished “by the hand of a female”. A woman who was always faithful to her husband.]
1Mc. 16:22 On hearing this, John was utterly astounded. When the men came to kill him, he seized them and put them to death, for he knew that they sought to kill him.
Jb. 16:22 For my years are numbered, and I go the road of no return.
Prv. 16:22 Good sense is a fountain of life to those who have it, but folly is the training of fools. [Folly - a costly ornamental building with no practical purpose, esp. a tower or mock-Gothic ruin built in a large garden or park.]
Wis. 16:22 Yet snow and ice* withstood fire and were not melted, so that they might know that their enemies’ fruits Were consumed by a fire that blazed in the hail and flashed lightning in the rain. [In this case, ice is metaphorically used to mean “manna” or food of Hebrews when journeying through the desert for 40 years. God’s wrath to the unjust. Fire from Heaven: A recurring punishment throughout the Bible.]
Sir. 16:22 Who tells him about just deeds? What can I expect for doing my duty?” [The thoughts of the senseless. God’s punishment of sinners. One child who does God’s will is a greater blessing than many sinful offspring for history and experience show that God punishes sin. God judges everyone according to their deeds; no one can hide from God or escape retribution at his hand.]
Ez. 16:22 In all your abominations and prostitutions you did not remember the days of your youth when you were stark naked, struggling in your blood.
Mt. 16:22 Then Peter took him aside and began to rebuke him, “God forbid, Lord! No such thing shall ever happen to you.” [Peter’s refusal to accept Jesus’ predicted suffering and death is seen as a satanic attempt to deflect Jesus from his God-appointed course, and the disciple is addressed in terms that recall Jesus’ dismissal of the devil in the temptation account.]
Lk. 16:22 When the poor man died, he was carried away by angels to the bosom of Abraham. The rich man also died and was buried. [The Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus. A recurring theme in the Bible is the humble (in this case the “poor man”) will be exalted and the exalted (in this case the “rich man”) will be humbled.]
Jn. 16:22 So you also are now in anguish. But I will see you again, and your hearts will rejoice, and no one will take your joy away from you. [Jesus discusses His death and resurrection.]
Acts 16:22 The crowd joined in the attack on them, and the magistrates had them stripped and ordered them to be beaten with rods. [The persecution of St. Paul and his followers for their belief in Christ. They were jailed after the beating but then were liberated by an earthquake.]
Rom. 16:22 I, Tertius, the writer of this letter, greet you in the Lord. [Tertius of Iconium was a scribe for St. Paul.]
1Cor. 16:22 If anyone does not love the Lord, let him be accursed.* Marana tha. [Accursed: literally, “anathema.” This expression (cf. 1 Cor 12:3) is a formula for exclusion from the community; it may imply here a call to self-examination before celebration of the Eucharist, in preparation for the Lord’s coming and judgment (cf. 1 Cor 11:17–34). Marana tha: an Aramaic expression, probably used in the early Christian liturgy. As understood here (“O Lord, come!”), it is a prayer for the early return of Christ. If the Aramaic words are divided differently (Maran atha, “Our Lord has come”), it becomes a credal declaration. The former interpretation is supported by what appears to be a Greek equivalent of this acclamation in Rev 22:20 “Amen. Come, Lord Jesus!”
6th Seal, 2nd Coming
Separating the goats from the sheep.
Civil War where the "straw man" loses.
Deliverance by the "hand of a female" who has always been faithful to her husband.
Donald J. Trump’s legacy. The fool and the folly.
Faith will conquer the fires of hell.
God judges everyone according to their deeds; no one can hide from God or escape retribution at his hand.
Jesus dismissal of Satan.
A recurring theme in the Bible is the humble will be exalted and the exalted will be humbled.
God will save the righteous from evil.
Maybe the Appointed Time is near?
Author G.R. Miller, utilizing his engineering and project management experiences in the fossil fuels energy sectors and guidance from God, takes a pragmatic approach of part preterism, part symbolism and part literalism in decoding the Revelation of Jesus Christ. He exhibits a Climate Change connection through scripture, commentary and illustrations.