Twinkling of an Eye:

In a "Twinkling of an eye" has nothing to do with a rapture. The word twinkling is not a word for a measure of time, but a measure of our smallest parts. The word is Atomos, which is where we get our word atom. So, at one point our atoms are changed from being natural ones that die and sluff off to atoms which start to continuously spin forever. They are alive. So, if one does that, what happens to the rest of them?? It divides and keeps doing so until the whole body is alive. But there is also another mystery here. It starts with one. Then there are two and then four until it is all done. Just like how the 144,000 are renewed. It starts with one and then two and then four and so on until all 144,000 are walking in complete relationship and have the fullness of Christ within them. When all this is completed we receive our Glorified bodies as the First-fruits unto God in the earth. And the earth is fully restored and we enter into 1,000 years of peace on earth and the Devil is bound. But that is another lesson. I am the first!!! This happens at two times in scripture. Once at the beginning of the Millennial period to the Sons of God, the 144,000 first-fruit company and then at the resurrection of the dead. Paul understood these secrets. When he ascended up into the third heaven, he saw things which were not legal to be uttered. He didn't make a physical trip, he was caught up in his understanding by Divine Revelation. The reason that I know this is because I am living in the same place about 50% of the time and my goal is 100%. And just like Paul, I have a thorn in my flesh to keep me humble. Paul could only do it once in a while, but I can do it much more. The reason is that today we are in a new time dimension in Christ. This is the Kingdom realm, not the Pentecostal realm. And now it IS lawful to know and declare these things because their fullness has come. And this is where I get all these new things that I am writing. They have come directly from God himself in the 3rd heaven. And what he wrote about in 1 Corinthians, he also wrote about in 1 Thessalonians. He was talking about the resurrection of the dead, not a rapture.

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