The Open Door

The letter to the angel of the church in Philadelphia speaks of an "open door no man can shut".

Rev 3:7 And to the angel of the church in Philadelphia write; These things saith he that is holy, he that is true, he that hath the key of David, he that openeth, and no man shutteth; and shutteth, and no man openeth;
Rev 3:8 I know thy works: behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it: for thou hast a little strength, and hast kept my word, and hast not denied my name. (KJV)

Christ begins the letter stating He has the "key of David" - that being the last word on who may enter the throne-room "of David" - itself alluded to further in Revelation as:

Rev 12:5 And she brought forth a man child, who was to rule all nations with a rod of iron: and her child was caught up unto God, and to his throne. (KJV)

Jesus effectively leaves Himself free to say "No!" to anyone. (Christ is to sit on the throne of David - thereby reigning over Israel, forever.)

The open door put there by Christ is the door found in every church to the outside - no one can legally demand that you go to a church i.e. "do so or else!". Instead, were it a legal obligation to attend, one could not imagine freedom to worship or to attend during a time when the gospel is supposedly under such vehement attack! If cruelly, that one must attend, I advise deliberately not giving your worship in church - snore loudly instead.

Also, the construction of the "great city" of "MYSTERY BABYLON" leaches twelve elements of S4 over the four earthy elements from the proper operation of the octal itself. These elements are the three automorphisms holding a triple static with each one of four choices of unity held fixed in the octal.

However, the seven cycle of the Holy Spirit is not then replaced, merely countered with the star fallen with the key to the bottomless pit (in the fifth trumpet) instead. The open door is the natural operation of the Holy Spirit: So, it appears that to all and sundry, the Lord states "My grace is sufficient for you" to them all, as His is the final right of refusal.

So, "No!" - Overcoming within Philadelphia does not get you "raptured". Although it may do for the least instead! The least (if victorious), would be ground zero to every future attack of the devil, and there is no way even God can expect a person not to break under that kind of evil. Also, as to become saved under the worst circumstances, perhaps grace is not otherwise sufficient? The devil it seems, is to bring war even to heaven over the issue, fighting against Michael and his angels. The devil will not let go of the least so easily, so I would say of Satan "chase him back down to Earth." If that devil really will not let the least go, then I wonder if God's right hand was ever truly his property?

Rev 12:10 And I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, Now is come salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of his Christ: for the accuser of our brethren is cast down, which accused them before our God day and night. (KJV)

As to accuse all, Satan need only accuse the least and claim Him captive to likewise overcome as any other such captive. Did Jesus under the same accusation against all His people, cut off His own right hand to cease Himself from appearing to permit sin? I really hope that is not the case, and also not my fault or that of any other!

So, I expect out of mercy and a sense of fairness that the least may well be accepted (as into paradise) by Jesus somewhat "early".

The seven cycle is required for the image system to function: for those 12 elements of S4 that are yet there in full already (before the sixth trumpet devices add a component of "brimstone" (sulphur) into the mix) are due solely to the loosening of restraint over the people of God, and only found by the action of the Frobenius map; the seven cycle itself leads directly to Philadelphia through every other church of the letters, the angel's circuit.

The open door requires conviction not to rest in each of the seven churches, but to be convicted as by the letter to Laodicea always. That requires a fair amount of knowledge that the church is corrupt and also discernment to see how it is corrupt. In any case, resting as unity in each church without conviction leaves the door open only a smidge, as unity is fixed under Frobenius, but not under multiplication by the Holy Spirit's operation of C7.

As long as one is convicted not to attend church and can see why, one has an open door which no one can shut, leading out to meet Jesus (eventually).

If one misses a good opportunity to leave and is then convicted - then the two wings "as of a great eagle" given the woman in the wilderness will map the believer between the left and right hands of the Sun octal, instantly convicting them in the left hand but thereby offering a work of virtue of the believer now realised to be captive: I.e. not then to deny and cut off the exeunt least from all fellowship of God, and also not to lead others captive likewise into the "Church". Then what is the work of virtue? Don't do either of those! (as if it were in a disjunction even as (r&s)-1).

Also, if one recognises that the least now exeunt still has the fellowship of God and one is also realising that one's self is found in captivity; then a work of virtue (obedience) is simply to follow the least out. That exit is to freedom and of a far wider set of options than the one that requires backsides on seats every Sunday. It is one of a few commandments, but that exit may very well, simply be an act of liberty entailing nothing but the true rest from Christ given on the sabbath (p&r&s=>e). The answer? Stay at home and have for yourself a far better breakfast.

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