The Upward Journey from Beginning to Kingship

The Upward Journey from Beginning to Kingship

Bill Brady   12/10/2018

This page is the first of 3 pages.

  • The pages are to be read in this order:
  1. The Upward Journey:  From Beginning to Kingship
  2. The Glory of the LORD has entered into the House of God!
  3. How are we to bring about true Unity?

This page is for fathers who are seeking to understand the flow of the Journey.

  • It reveals the overall pattern of the Journey.
  • And the Journey itself from its Beginning to the Fullness of Kingship.
  • The Fullness of Kingship is Fully Overcoming as a King.
  • This page is being posted for dialog, confirmation and rewriting.

Life is a Journey.

  • It is a journey into adulthood.
  • It is a journey into our life’s work.
  • It is a journey into relationships with family, friends and your spouse.
  • Your spiritual life is also a Journey.

We follow Abraham’s Journey.

  • I call this our Faith Journey.

We follow the Journey of the People of Israel out of the Land of Egypt.

  • And into the Promised Land.

We follow Jesus’ Journey.

  • We grow up to be like Jesus by following in His footsteps.

Our Faith Journey is a series of overlapping Journeys.

  • We begin our Journey at the Beginning.
  • We begin our Journey into Holy Spirit.
  • We begin the Journey into Wisdom.
  • While still Journeying into Holy Spirit and Wisdom we begin our Journey into Jesus.
  • While still Journeying into Jesus we begin our Journey into Father.

Our faith Journey consists of: 

  • Beginnings, one after another.
  • Simultaneous Journeys.
  • Endings, one after another.

Life is both natural and spiritual.

  • The biblical principle is “first the natural, then the spiritual”.
  • Spiritual patterns are revealed by seeing patterns that reflect natural patterns.
  • Natural life consists of Beginnings, Journeys and Endings.
  • Spiritual life consists of Beginnings, Journeys and Endings.
  • This is because Jesus is both the Way.
  • And the Beginning and the End.

We begin our Journey at the Beginning.

  • Jesus was born.
  • So are we.
  • We are born in the natural, then born again in the spiritual.

Our spiritual birth can be described many ways.

  • Born again.
  • Second birth.
  • Born from above.
  • Born of the Spirit.
  • Spiritual birth.

Jesus was born of the Spirit when He entered into Mary’s womb.

  • Jesus grew in the spirit until He was 30 years.
  • At 30 He was ready to begin the Journey into His destined life work.

Then Jesus came to John the Baptizer at the Jordan River.

  • Here we see Jesus baptized in water.
  • We see the Spirit came down on Him as a Dove.
  • We hear Father speak, “You are My beloved Son with Whom I am Well Pleased.”

The Beginning of our Journey follows the pattern of Jesus’ beginning.

  • We experience our spiritual new birth.
  • We are baptized in water.
  • We receive Holy Spirit.
  • Father speaks to us in person or through a spiritual father.
  • We hear, “You are My beloved Son with Whom I am Well Pleased.”

Jesus journeyed on from this beginning.

  • He grew up from little child to strong adult.
  • First in the natural.
  • Then in the spiritual.
  • So do we.

“And the Child grew and became strong in spirit, filled with wisdom; and the grace of God was upon Him.” Luke 2:40

  • Jesus grew in Wisdom until He was filled with Wisdom.
  • Jesus grew in the spirit until He was strong in spirit.
  • Jesus grew in the grace of God.
“And Jesus increased in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and men.”     Luke 2:52
  • Jesus increased in Wisdom and stature (height).
  • So do we.
  • Stature is both natural stature and spiritual stature.
  • Jesus increased in favor with God and men.
  • So do we.

After the beginning of our New Birth we begin many other Journeys.

  • We Journey into growth in stature (height) both natural and spiritual.
  • We Journey into strength both natural and spiritual.
  • We journey into favor both spiritual (favor with God) and natural (favor with men).
  • We Journey into Wisdom.

We begin our Journey into Wisdom.

  • This is a Journey into Wisdom as found in Scripture In Proverbs and other places.
  • We accept Wisdom’s invitation to Wisdom’s Heights.
  • We accept Wisdom’s invitation to her House and her Banquet.
  • We enter into Wisdom’s House and Wisdom enters into our House.

We are introduced to Wisdom’s Hand Maidens and begin a Journey into each.

  • Wisdom has 7 Handmaidens.
  • This is the Beginning of our first Journey into the fullness of the number 7.
  • We then Journey into the Fullness of Wisdom.
  • This is a Journey into the Fullness of the number 7.

We are introduced to Melchizedek.

  • Melchizedek is both a King and Priest.
  • This is the Beginning of our Journey into Kingship and Priesthood.

This is the beginning of our Journey into the fullness of the number 12.

  • Melchizedek is the Chief Chancellor of the Chancellors House of the Treasury.
  • This the Beginning of our Journey into the 12 Chancellors Houses.
  • This is also the Beginning of our Journey into becoming a House.
  • And the Beginning of our Journey into the Order of Melchizedek.

Receiving Holy Spirit was a Beginning of our Journey into the fullness of Holy Spirit.

  • We are introduced to the 7 spirits of God.
  • The 7 spirits of God are the Fullness of the Spirit.
  • On this Journey we will later receive the Power of the Spirit.

Journeying into Holy Spirit is also a Journey into the fullness of the number 9.

  • We Journey into growing the 9-fold fruit of the Spirit.
  • We Journey into manifesting the 9-fold manifestations of the Spirit.
  • Growing into mature fruit is always a Journey into the fullness of the number 9.

What follows is a Journey into the 3 Persons of the Godhead. 

  • This is a Journey from Holy Spirit to Jesus to the Father.
  • The Holy Spirit speaks of Jesus.
  • Jesus shows us the Father.
  • Jesus takes us to His Father.
  • And to His Father’s House.

This Journey is a Journey into the fullness of the number 3.

  • 3 members of the Godhead.
  • Each has 3 strands of DNA.
  • These are 3 aspects of the nature of each.

We Journey into the Nature of Holy Spirit as a Person.

  • We Journey into Righteousness, Peace and Joy in the Holy Spirit.
  • This is also the Beginning of a Journey into Holiness.
  • And a Beginning of a Journey into the Kingdom of God.
  • And a Beginning of a Journey up into New Jerusalem.
  • This brings us to the place of Rest.

We Journey into the Nature of Jesus as a Person.

  • We Journey into Jesus as the Way, the Truth and the Life.
  • This brings us to the place of becoming Light.

The Journey into Jesus is a Journey into 3 Heavenly Cities.

  • One after the other.
  • New Jerusalem is the Way.
  • City of Zion is the Truth.
  • City Everlasting is the Life.

We Journey into the Nature of Father as a Person.

  • We Journey into Judgment, Justice and Holiness.
  • This brings us to the place of becoming the Government of God.

The Journey is a Journey into the Nature and Person of the Godhead.

  • It is also a Journey into the Fullness of the number 3.
  • 3 members of the Godhead.
  • Each has 3 strands of DNA that are their nature as a person.

This Journey is also a Journey into the Fullness of the number 12.

  • 3 strands of the DNA of the Spirit.
  • 3 strands of the DNA of the Son.
  • 3 strands of the DNA of the Father.
  • 3 strands of the DNA of Man:  Body, Soul and Sprit.
  • 3 + 3 + 3 +3 = 12.

The Journey into the fullness of the number 12 is the Journey into Kingship.  

  •  First we Begin the Journey into Lordship.
  • Then we begin the Journey into Kingship.
  • Then we begin the Journey into Chancellorship.
  • Then we Begin the Journey into Sonship.
  • Then we Begin the Joureny into becoming a Son of God.
  • Then we Begin the Journey into becoming YHVH.

The Journey into the Fullness of the Number 12 is made up of many Journeys.

  • The Journey into becoming the Fullness of 12 is made up of 12 sets of 12.
  • We know this because overcoming is made up of 12 x 12 = 144.

144 thousand is the number of Overcoming.

  • Why?
  • Because 12 x 12 = 144.
  • And 100 is maturity.
  • This is why Abraham was 100 years old when Isaac was born.
  • 1000 is the fulness of maturity.
  • The oldest of men who ever lived were approaching 1000 when they died.
  • 12 x 12 x 1000 = 144,000.
  • 144 k is the number of Overcoming.

Asking if there are 12 Sets of 12 Laws?

  • The first are the 12 Commandments of the Law of Moses.
  • 12 Commandments?
  • I thought that there are only 10 Commandments?
  • The 12 Commandments = the 10 Commandments + the 2 Great Commandments.

Jesus said that there are  2 Great commandments.  

  • Love the Lord your God.
  • Love your neighbor as yourself.

Love is the fulfillment of the Law.

  • Jesus is the fulfillment of the Law.
  • The fulfillment of the Law of Moses is, “Love one another as I have loved you.”
  • This is the New Commandment that Jesus gave us.
  • The New Commandment summarizes and fulfills the Law of Moses.

The 12 sets of 12 Laws are:

  • The 12 Commandments of the Law of Moses.
  • The 12 Laws of Jerusalem.
  • The 12 Laws of Zion.
  • The 12 Laws of New Earth.
  • The 12 Laws of Freedom
  • This is as far as I currently have revelation of them.

12 x 12 = 144.

  • The Wall of New Jerusalem is 144 cubits high.
  • Asking if the Wall of Jerusalem is made up of the 12 sets of 12 laws?
  • And 11 other sets of 12?
  • I am sensing that it is.

The fullness of Kingship is the fullness of the number 12.

  • Why?
  • Because Kingship is one of the 12 Laws of Zion.

The Book of Revelation is the Revelation of Jesus Christ.

  • This is the full name for the book.
  • This name is given in the first verse.
  • King = Messiah = Christ.

The book of Revelation reveals Jesus Christ to us.

  • We become what we behold.
  • The Book of Revelation reveals the Kingship of Jesus to us.
  • So that we can become fully like Jesus in His Kingship.

Kingship is the fullness of the number 12. 

  • The Book of Revelation reveals the fullness of the number 12 to us.
  • So that we can become the fullness of the number 12.

The fullness of the number 12 is 144,000.

  • The Book of Revelation reveals to us how to overcome as a King.
  • We overcome as a King by becoming the fullness of 12 sets of 12 Laws.
  • 12 set of 12 laws is 144.
  • 1000 is the fullness of maturity.
  • Fullness of the maturity of Kingship is the fullness of the maturity of overcoming.

So, what is 144? 

  • The phrase “one hundred and forty-four appears” only 3 times in scripture.
  • It appears once as the number 144.
“Then he measured its wall: one hundred and forty-four cubits, according to the measure of a man, that is, of an angel.” Revelation 21:17
  • It appears twice as the number 144,000.
“And I heard the number of those who were sealed. One hundred and forty-four thousand of all the tribes of the children of Israel were sealed… “ Revelation 7:4
“Then I looked, and behold, a Lamb standing on Mount Zion, and with Him one hundred and forty-four thousand, having His Father’s name written on their foreheads.” Revelation 14:1
  • 144 refers to the height of the Wall of New Jerusalem.
  • The Wall of New Jerusalem is made up of 12 sets of 12 Laws.
  • We are to become the fullness of each of those 144 Laws.

This is a process of growth up into Jesus .

  • It takes time.
  • It is a process of beholding Jesus the Overcoming King over a period of time.
  • So that we become Jesus the Overcoming King.

We will become the full maturity of Jesus as the Overcoming King.

  • This is the meaning of the number 144,000.
  • We become the number 144,000.

We will also have become the fully built Wall of New Jerusalem.

  • We become the Wall of New Jerusalem both personally.
  • And corporately as a House.

John the Revelator saw New Jerusalem coming down out of heaven.

  • John saw her as a Bride prepared for her husband.
  • Part of being prepared as a Bride is being built as the Wall of New Jerusalem.

Look freshly at Revelation 21 as it describes New Jerusalem.

The Revelation of Jesus Christ 21

  • Look and see how much is description of the Wall.
  • Most of Revelation 21 is description of the Wall.
  • Either of the Wall itself.
  • Or of the function of the Wall.

The Wall has Gates to allow righteousness to enter the city.

  • The Wall and Gates keep unrighteousness from entering the city.
  • This is the function of the Wall.
  • Revelation 21 describes the righteousness that is inside the Wall.
  • And the unrighteousness that is outside the Wall.

Building the Wall of New Jerusalem is at the heart of preparing her as a Bride. 

  • We build the Wall of New Jerusalem as we Journey into the fullness of 12.
  • We Journey into becoming the Wall.
  • And the Fullness of the Wall.
  • This is a Journey into righteousness of Jesus the King.
  • It is a Journey into the fullness of Christ’s Righteousness.

Righteousness overcomes.

  • Jesus was able to do His work on the Cross because He is Righteousness.
  • We will do the fullness of our destined work because we are Righteousness.

The Wall of New Jerusalem is Righteousness.

  • The Wall of New Jerusalem is Overcoming.
  • The Journey into Building and Becoming the Wall is the Journey into Overcoming.
  • Overcoming as a King.
  • Overcoming in full union with Jesus as Christ.

Our faith Journey consists of: 

  • Beginnings one after another.
  • Simultaneous Journeys.
  • Endings one after another.

We began a Journey up into Kingship.

  • We Journeyed into Kingship.

The End of Kingship is the fullness of Righteousness.

  • And the fullness of Overcoming as a King.

Is righteousness described as a wall anywhere in scripture?

  • I am seeking the answer to this question.
  • The first use of the word “righteous” in scripture refers to Noah.
‘Then the Lord said to Noah, “Come into the ark, you and all your household, because I have seen that you are righteous before Me in this generation.”‘      Genesis 7:1
  • Noah’s righteousness qualified him (and his family) for salvation in the ark.

Scripture refers to “the breastplate of righteousness”.

  • A breastplate functions as a wall for your chest and abdomen.

I am seeing that Righteousness is the Beginning and Holiness is the End.

  • The first throne on the Upward Journey is Righteousness.
  • Righteousness is the Beginning of the Way.
  • New Jerusalem is the Way.
  • The ninth throne (Fruit) is Holiness.
  • The Fruit of Righteousness is Holiness.
  • Holiness is the End of the Way.

There is another way of doing the math of the number 144.

  • Add the number (#) in 100s place to the # in the 10s place to the # in the 1s place.
  • 144 = 1 +4 + 4 = 9.
  • 9 is fruit.

Holiness is separation from Unrighteousness. 

  • Holiness is a Wall that separates the Righteous from the Unrighteous.
  • This is the function of the Wall of New Jerusalem.
  • We are that Wall.

Here is the fullness of the Wall.

  • World-wide there are 12 or more ARCs.
  • Each ARC has a Bench of 12.
  • Each ARC is a Father’s House that builds its destined part of the Wall.

Here is the math for the ARCs journeying together into building the Wall of NJ.

  • 12 ARCs each with a Bench of 12.
  • 12 x 12 = 144!

On the forerunning encounter in which we built the Wall of NJ we saw:

  • Each of us standing side by side.
  • With our arms locked.
  • In this way we formed a Wall.

Who are the one’s standing side by side to build the Wall?

  • They are the 12 members of each ARC’s / Houses’ bench of 12.

Each ARC builds with another ARC building on its right and left.

  • 12 ARCs x 12 members on the ARCs bench of 12 = 144.
  • The members of the 12 Benches of 12 are the Wall of New Jerusalem!
  • Each ARC is one of the Foundations of the Wall!

The first 12 ARCs to become a Father’s House will governmentally build the Wall of NJ!