God says more than one thing at a time – proof

This blog has been set up to provide many biblical and other references to the fact that when God communicates, the words can say more than one thing at the same time, even crossing language barriers and continuing to communicate.  This blog shows that there are many prophecies that you will see these things.  That these are prophecies that the Messiah figure will show you the other things that God said, like an interpreter.

Here you will see that other Prophets(pbut) knew about this and that the phenomenon was very well-known in biblical times.  You will see some of the things that you can expect to see revealed in the future early.  Including why Jesus(pbuh) said that the truth will set you free, why you exist and why you are here.  Commonly referred to as The meaning of life.

To be among the first to see things prophesied repeatedly in a book read by billions of people around the world for thousands of years, follow this blog so that you can receive updates about what is revealed.

In the meantime, please click here to see clear biblical proof that it was known that God says more than one thing at the same time,  and see the list of prophecies that you will see these things (called The Adamic Prophecies, because they are shown in the language shared between God and Adam, which can say more than one thing at the same time).

 (These references were being placed at www.theadamicrevelations.blogspot.co.uk but it proved too slow and difficult to load them all there, so that this blog is being tried instead.)

2 Responses to God says more than one thing at a time – proof

  1. Akin Odulate says:

    “Call out to Zion, O Carmel,” writes Bahá’u’lláh, “and announce the joyful tidings: ‘He that was hidden from mortal eyes is come! His all-conquering sovereignty is manifest; His all-encompassing splendor is revealed… Hasten forth and circumambulate the City of God that hath descended from heaven—the celestial Kaaba round which have circled in adoration the favored of God, the pure in heart and the company of the most exalted angels.’” “I am the One,” He in another connection affirms, “Whom the tongue of Isaiah hath extolled, the One with Whose name both the Torah and the Evangel were adorned.” “The glory of Sinai hath hastened to circle round the Day-Spring of this Revelation, while from the heights of the Kingdom the voice of the Son of God is heard proclaiming: ‘Bestir yourselves, ye proud ones of the earth, and hasten ye towards Him.’ Carmel hath in this day hastened in longing adoration to attain His court, whilst from the heart of Zion there cometh the cry: ‘The promise of all ages is now fulfilled. That which had been announced in the holy writ of God, the Beloved, the Most High, is made manifest.’”

    http://reference.bahai.org/en/t/se/WOB/wob-37.html.utf8?query=Isaiah&action=highlight#gr22

    • Halo. Nice quote. Thanks. Nice to hear from you. I’ve got a lot of very interesting references to add to this site, including one that openly says that there is information hidden in the Torah and that it will be given to the Messiah to reveal. That explains why a woman at a well said that she had heard the Messiah will reveal all and lots of prophecies in the Bible. I hope you’re well. Have fun. Steve.

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