(This is The Secrets of Time, an explanation of my previous post, A Path Called Time. If you have not read A Path Called Time, do so before reading this)
In my previous post, A Path Called Time, I wrote about a path called Time, where men, women, and children traveled arduously, and constantly. The story is metaphorical. It is most likely simple to realize that “Time” represents “time”, that “the present”, represents “the present”, that, “the past” represents “the past, and that “the future” represents (can you guess?) “the future.”
So I described to you the way time works and that each person’s journey (life) begins and ends at a different part of Time. When it (their journey) ends, it represents a persons death. I also made it clear that people often stumbled along the path. That represents when people go through tough times. Hills represented when life was good, and valleys represent when times were difficult. When people stumbled, this represented sin.
I also told you a story about a man named Erik Manuel. He represents Jesus. The significance of his name: If you write his first initial and his last name, it would be E. Manuel. Say it aloud, and it sounds like Emmanuel. This man taught about his father, who represents God. His father lived on Mount Zion, which represents heaven. Erik says he knows the way, that following him is the only way to Mount Zion (John 14:6). Seiphears (see’i’fears) represent Pharisees. It is simply Pharisee scrambled. They hated Erik and whoever followed him (John 15:18-25). They beat Erik, bound him, and kicked him in the side, and they left him behind. This event represents Jesus’s crucifixion. One of Erik’s closest followers was Petra. Petra (πέτρα) is Greek for rock. The name Peter also means rock. Petra represents the apostle Peter. The three times Petra denied the teachings of Erik represents Peter’s denial of Jesus (John 18:15-18 & 25-27). Erik’s sudden appearance represents the resurrection of Jesus. The fork in the path represents the choice people must make. They could follow Erik (Jesus) to Mount Zion (heaven) or go the other way, which leads to destruction. Notice that there are only two forks in the path. You can either be with Erik or against him. Just as you are either with Jesus or against Him (Matthew 12:30).
Are you traveling on the right path? Are you destined for the glory of Zion, or are you heading towards impending doom? You better get on the right path, because you never know when your journey will reach its end, or when Time will come to an end. It could be tomorrow, or it could be forty years from now; either way, you better be on the right path when it happens.
Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear it and take to heart what is written in it, because the time is near. Revelation 1:3