This is a brief study on a message that was given by Mar Metatron on 7 January 2020.
From Alaska to Canada, from the United States to Central and South America, from Spain to Italy, from Great Britain to France, I am making my rounds throughout the Western hemisphere to observe those who serve my Father Jehovih the Eternal Creator who sent me.
Lord Metatron points out specific nations in which he is travelling and visiting. He began, as we were told by Mir Garendra, in Alaska and the Yukon.
Metatron confirms that he was sent to those who serve Jehovih and that he was sent by Jehovih Himself.
I will do the same in the East, from the Holy Land to Turkey, from Egypt to Yemen, and to the many hidden cities where Jehovih’s children reside in secrecy, I will observe each one of them and report on their activities and their progress in the Light that has thus far been provided to them.
Here we see that Metatron also speaks of visiting Eastern lands, but in the future, as opposed to his current visit in the Western Hemisphere. He has not yet informed us as to how long his visits will be in each of these geographical places.
It is interesting too how Mar Metatron mentions “the many hidden cities” where Jehovih’s children live or worship in secret. These are the lands and particular places where Jehovih’s people are persecuted or where their missionary work is curtailed due to secular government restrictions.
He gives us a clue as to one of the reasons for his visit – “observe each one of them and report on their activities and their progress in the Light.” He further adds that this progress in the Light is what “has thus far been provided to them.” His use of the phrase “thus far” lets us know that there is more to be provided.
Those of you in Yemen, I know of your plight, and I know of those among you who have said, ‘We will set ourselves against the words of the Father to bring destruction to the Sons of Light.’ Children, they are the sons of the evil one and the spirit of jealousy has risen within them. They do not serve Jehovih, but instead the false god of Arabia. Protect yourselves as is necessary. Each of you and your children are under the watchful eye of Jehovih the Eternal Father. Do not fall by the wayside; strengthen your faith and I will walk beside you. Those of you who thirst, I will bring unto you the spiritual drink from Joshu, and your parched tongue will drink again from the vine of life.
Here we see that Mar Metatron specifically mentions the country of Yemen. He refers to the enemies of Jehovih’s Faithists in that land as “sons of the evil one.” Metatron says these enemies are jealous and that instead of submitting to the Will of Jehovih, they are worshipping “the false god of Arabia.” Islam is the state religion of Saudi Arabia, which worships Allah. The same god is worshipped in Yemen where the majority of the country’s inhabitants are Muslims. In the Religion of Light, “Allah” is not equated with the Eternal Creator.
Adherents of the Religion of Light residing in Yemen experience persecution by Muslims on a daily basis. Mar Metatron tells Jehovih’s Faithists to protect themselves, and adds that they “are under the watchful eye of Jehovih.” It should be comforting to any who are in lands where persecution is common to know that Metatron promises to walk beside them in their trials. To realize this promise it is important for persecuted believers to maintain their faith and not “fall by the wayside.”
Lord Metatron also tells the believers that he will bring “the spiritual drink from Joshu.” This spiritual drink is also referred to by Mar Metatron as the drink “from the vine of life.” This is none other than the blood of Joshu poured out for the sins of many and for the salvation of Jehovih’s people. In the Religion of Light, we also refer to the spiritual drink as a metaphor for the teachings of our spiritual communities and the Three Pillars of our Faith: Scripture, Tradition and Revelation.
There are many who have progressed in the Light and this is a cause of joy for my Father in heaven, while some have permitted mundane activities to rob them of greater opportunities that await them in the celestial worlds.
Here we read of both joy and sadness. Metatron mentions that many have become enlightened by Jehovih’s Word, but apparently others have allowed themselves to get caught up with day to day activities that are taking them away from their daily reading and studies. Because of this, “greater opportunities that await them in the celestial worlds” are not so readily available.
I am here to help each of you, regardless of your stage in progression. Avail yourself of this help now. The time is shorter than you think. Your soul is hungering for the words of the Eternal Father. You will find these in your Scriptures, and in particular within the pages of Oahspe. The Oahspe is the Bible of your time, the words of Jehovih that shall bind the spiritual communities in union with one another. This is the Father’s purpose for the communities, to be united as one.
It is easy for many, if not most of us, to forget some of the more important factors of our responsibilities as Jehovih’s Faithists and our Faithist culture. However, we are not without help, as Mar Metatron comforts us by saying that he is here to help us, even if our progression has been very little. At the same time, he warns us: “Avail yourself of this help now. The time is shorter than you think.”
Metatron teaches us that our souls are hungry for Jehovih’s Word, and we can find His words in the Scriptures, “and in particular within the pages of Oahspe.” As it has been said many times, Metatron reminds us that the “Oahspe is the Bible of [our] time.” In that same sentence, Metatron informs us of something very significant – something we have been waiting for for quite some time – the binding or uniting of the various Spiritual Communities. He says quite clearly that the Oahspe “shall bind the spiritual communities in union with one another.” He further states that it is Jehovih’s purpose for the Spiritual Communities “to be united as one.”
I will visit each of you in time, and as the Father permits. Busy yourself with your mission. If you do not know what your mission is, I am here to assist you in discernment. Pray for wisdom, and always pray that Jehovih’s Will be done. I will walk beside you.
Metatron promises to visit each one of us, according to the Father’s timing. In the meantime, he says we need to keep busy with the mission that has been assigned to each one of us. Mar Metatron mentions that some are having difficulty in discernment. This means they either do not understand that there is a particular assignment given to them or they do not yet fully understand it. For some, this might concern their religious vocation as a priest, monk or nun, or any number of responsibilities and callings in Jehovih’s house. Metatron says that Jehovih’s people are not left alone to figure this out. He says he will be of assistance to us.
In the latter part of this verse, Metatron gives us two maxims and a promise: “Pray for wisdom, and always pray that Jehovih’s Will be done. I will walk beside you.” How comforting these words should be for any believer.
Do not neglect the spiritual needs of your soul. Feast upon the word of the Oahspe Bible. Make it a daily habit of reading, studying and contemplating Jehovih’s words. Ask for guidance in understanding.
All of Jehovih’s people have responsibilities, whether great or small, but one of the greatest of these is feeding our souls. Mar Metatron reminds us that we should never “neglect the spiritual needs of [our] soul.” He refers to studying the Oahspe as feasting upon the word. It is the responsibility of each one of us to 1)read, 2)study and 3)contemplate on the Oahspe Bible. It is important also to “ask for guidance in understanding.” None of us is too great to ask for help. With this in mind, it is important to always remember that there is no individual interpretation of the Scriptures. The Pillars of our Faith are the foundation of our beliefs, practices and culture as Jehovih’s Faithists. The answers we need are within those same Pillars.
For those of you that have become, and who will become isolated due to wars and persecution, always remember that you are not alone. When you see the strife and murder around you, do not permit your faith to weaken. Strife is the doing of man, not of the Eternal Father. Jehovih never changes and is always with you.
In the last verse of Mar Metatron’s message to the Remnant, he consoles those who are experiencing or who are currently undergoing trials and isolation “due to wars and persecution.” He reminds the faithful that they are not alone. Lord Metatron warns us not to permit our faith to become weak. When experiencing wars, murder and strife with those around us in the world, it might be easy to wonder why the Eternal Creator permits such atrocities to take place. However, Metatron clearly informs us that such things are not from Jehovih, but are from imperfect human beings. Metatron lovingly comforts us by his closing words, “Jehovih never changes, and is always with you.”