The Revolution of God is very close—change your actions and trust in the revolutionary teachings.
The Revolution is like an acorn. It begins so small—a simple word, a simple action. The acorn is planted by a man, but he does not control its growth—that is determined by God. It grows up slowly— first a sprout, then a sapling, then a trunk with branches. But after it is grown—powerful and majestic— all the beings who rule the air live in its shade.
The Revolution begins with the King. The King sends messengers to those who await him and they proclaim, “The King is coming! Come out to meet him!” But the proper authorities all made excuses. “Sorry, I’ve got to get married.” “Sorry, I’ve got to watch my investments.” “Sorry, I’m heavily involved in politics.” “Sorry, my family needs me right now.” “Sorry, my business is taking up all my time.” The King then commanded his messengers, “Then go out and tell the rejected to come. Go out to the streets, go out to the slums, go out to the mental health facilities, go out to the disabled—tell them all to come. As for those who were going to enter the nation—they will all be sent out.”
Just as it was in the days of Noah, so it will be when the Revolution arrives. In those days, everyone was enjoying themselves, eating pleasurable food, drinking to their satisfaction and more, they were marrying and participating in holidays and pleasures. Then the flood came suddenly and destroyed them all.
Even so, you must be ready for the Revolution to come. It could come at any time. If the owner of the house had known at what time the thief would come, then he would be waiting, shotgun in hand. But you do not know when the Revolution comes. So be ready for it at any time.
Whoever wants to be a part of the Revolution, they must be ready to give up their job, their family, their pleasures—even their life! I didn’t come to bring peace, but division. For the revolution, a son will be divided from his father, a daughter from her mother, a husband from his wife, a man or woman from their closest friends. In fact, unless you hate your father, mother, children, spouse, sister, brother, friends and possessions you will never have part in the coming nation of God. Unless you are ready to be condemned to death, you cannot take part in the Revolution. Whoever pursues saving their own life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for my sake or the Revolution will gain it. Anyone who gives up their job, possessions, and family for the sake of the Revolution will gain more work, possessions and family—along with persecutions—in this life and the nation of God to come.
Whoever is ashamed of me and the Revolution before men, I will be ashamed of him before God. But whoever declares me before men, I will declare him before God.
How lucky are the poor—for they will rule the nation of God!
How lucky are those who sorrow—for they will laugh.
How lucky are the lowly—for they will rule the earth.
How lucky are those who hunger and thirst for justice, for they will be satisfied.
How lucky are the merciful for they will gain mercy.
How lucky are the right in heart for they will live with God.
How lucky are those who make peace, for they will rule as God’s sons.
How lucky are those who suffer injustice for the justice of God, for they will rule the nation of God.
The day the Revolution comes, all men, all authorities on earth will see the King coming with all the power of God with him. All the rulers in earth and heaven will be cast down. And everyone will see God’s King take the throne of God above all other rulers. Then the King will call to himself all of his people—the oppressed, the merciful, those who were ready for the Revolution—and establish them as rulers.
Then the King will call all the people of the world to himself. And they will be divided before him—the just from the unjust. The King will say to the just, “Come and live in my nation. For when I was hungry, you gave me something to eat. When I was thirsty, you gave me something to drink. When I had inadequate clothing, you gave me clothes. When I was homeless, you gave me shelter. When I was sick, you helped me. When I was in prison, you visited me.” And the just will say, “When did we do all these things, Lord?” The King will reply, “You did these things to these lowly and oppressed—my brothers, who now rule over you. Even as you did it to them, you did it to me.”
Then the King will turn to the unjust and say, “Get out of my face. You hated me and now I spit in your face. Because I was hungry and thirsty and you gave me nothing. I was needing clothes and you gave me nothing. I was homeless and you told me to get a job. I was sick and in prison and you ignored me. Get out of here.” As they were leaving, the unjust will plead, “But Lord! When did we do these horrible things?” The King will reply, “When you failed to help these lowly who now rule, then you were expressing your hatred to me. Leave!” And these will leave and be punished for eternity. But the just will live happily forever.