jueves, 13 de julio de 2017


By Danny Shreffler

The reality that there is indeed a racial aspect contained with the scripture provokes a large variety of reactions. Among them we find:
Ø Those who reject the Scripture because they believe the humanist view of the equality of all mankind. This category totally rejects the reality of divine inspiration. They are blind with the ability to neither see nor understand the spiritual teachings of Yah’s word.
Ø Those who believe that the racial aspect of the Old Scriptures has somehow been totally abrogated and replaced by a spiritual Israel inherent within the parameters of the New Covenant alone. Those of this category believe the New Covenant was totally instituted at the time of the death of Yahshua the Christ some 2000 years ago.
Ø Those who do believe there is a scripturally based chosen people but differ on who they think they are. A variety of races have those among them who believe they are the descendants of the ancient Hebrew or Israel race. Subcategories of this group include:
Blacks who believe they are the Israelites of the Scripture and are due the inherent promise or rewards and blessings to which they have long been denied. Most of these totally ignore the downside of the curses that also follow those same people when in disobedience. Many in this group also believe ‘Jesus’ was black.
Some Orientals who have also believe they are the true chosen descendants of the Hebrew patriarchs.
Those who call themselves Jews today but follow a religion centered on occult Babylonian religious practices which are totally aberrant to the true teachings of the Bible.
Whites who believe they are the true descendants of Adam and recipients of the blessings promised to his progeny through the linage of Seth, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

Unfortunately most people do not have enough regard for the Word of Yah to even concern them with the question at hand. They could not care less. This includes both the secular sense and those who discard the physical heritage of Israel because of religious beliefs. Most of those who purport a belief in the Christian Bible rarely even read it let alone study it. The extent of their understanding is enclosed within the parameters of the church they attend on Sunday morning. In many cases this brief encounter is centered on a sermon containing one verse of scripture and a lot of feel-good psycho-babble prepared to make the listener feel good about their existence in the midst of a society which has forgotten God. True understanding is avoided and sin totally ignored.

“The priests said not, Where is Yahuwah? and they that handle the law knew me not: the pastors also transgressed against me, and the prophets prophesied by Baal, and walked after things that do not profit.” – Jer. 2:8

THE reality OF GOD

To a true believer, it is unimaginable how it is possible for one not to believe in the existence of an intelligence which created the heavens and the earth. Just as the physical heaven and earth testify to His existence, the allegorical equivalent (the physical and spiritual) proves the very existence of God.

God exists. In fact His very name YHWH,[1] means I am or I exist. One of the attributes of the true God is that He is eternal. Just as He does exist, He will continue to exist, forever. Just as certainly, if this god is the true God, His words will endure forever. Just as God exists, truth exists. It cannot be modified nor changed and it cannot be forced to fit a false narrative. 

“Heaven and earth shall pass away: but my words shall not pass away.” – Luke 21:33[2]

Of course many will deny this simple truth. In doing so they also deny and ignore the very creation which testifies to the existence of the one who unabashedly acclaims I EXIST – I AM.

In juxtaposition to those who refuse to acknowledge or believe in God, we find others who willingly accept Him as a reality without ever being able to give a questioner any tangible reason for their faith. Their belief is based on faith and faith alone.
Then there are the true theologians, those who seek truth and long to answer the deep questions. What is really true? How can it be proven to the doubter? Where and who is God and how does He reveal His will and His way to mankind?

One of those answers is race. If there is truly a God who created all things and as theologians teach divinely inspired the words of Scripture, then it follows that those words must be true for Him to be true. In vetting the book we know as the Christian Bible, we find a teaching that sets forth the proposition that the God of this Bible has chosen a particular group of people on the earth to be special to Him. In order for this to be the true God as set forth by Christianity, then we must find the words to be true. 
If we examine the words and find a people which answer to the words He has spoken, then we will have found a witness to the authenticity of His very existence and validation of His word.

“For thou art an holy people unto Yahuwah thy God: Yahuwah thy God hath chosen thee to be a special people unto himself, above all people that are upon the face of the earth.” – Deut. 7:6

Theology is like any scientific study. Those who do seek answers in its confines find their ventures to be akin to pealing an onion. Every layer takes one deeper and exposes more of that which is within. In examining the claim stated above, we seek not only to identify those ‘special people’, we seek to validate the very existence of the One who spoke these words.

Finding evidence of relationship between God and a particular race necessarily requires plain statements identifying those of whom He speaks. Can they be identified as one particular race, family or people? Are the words of the creator about race still applicable today? How do we find these answers and how do we know who they are? The answers are in His word.

A PECULIAR PEOPLE – a treasure

“Now therefore, if ye will obey my voice indeed, and keep my covenant, then ye shall be a peculiar treasure unto me above all people: for all the earth is mine:” – Ex. 19:5
There are several places in both the Old and New Testaments of the Scriptures which call the chosen people of God peculiar.  Why are God's people peculiar?  Are they odd? Queer? Strange? Some people believe they are. Others don't believe you qualify unless you are looked upon by the ‘world’ as being strange. Let's look deeper.
The Hebrew word for peculiar is defined in Strong's Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible from the Hebrew (5459) as: to shut up; wealth (as closely shut up). It is translated in the KJV of the Scripture as: ‘peculiar (treasure), proper, good, special.’ The connotation used here refers to something which is unique, precious and special rather than odd. It seems as though the word peculiar is almost exclusively used in our day and age as someone as odd or weird even though that is not shown in Webster's new world dictionary as being the primary meaning. Quote “peculiar 1. of only one person, thing, group, country, etc.; distinctive; exclusive. 2. particular; unique; special. 3. out of the ordinary; queer; odd; strange.”
Three of the passages where the adjective ‘peculiar’ is used in reference to Yah’s people, it is properly joined with the word ‘treasure’. We find the word peculiar as used in the scriptures has a fuller meaning. It carries with it an implication of something in which great wealth or a very precious treasure is stored. In each of the passages used in the Bible the inference is that the chosen ones of God are very precious and unique in their relationship with the Almighty. They are his repository, his storehouse with whom he has deposited great wealth. This makes them unique, not in the sense of being odd or strange but precious and rare. Within them, the great allegory of Yah’s plan is stored.

“...thou art an holy people unto Yahuwah thy God, and Yahuwah hath chosen thee to be a peculiar people unto himself, above all the nations that are upon the earth.” – Deut. 14:2 [3]

Just as an earthly father has a special place in his heart for his own children, God holds a special place in His heart for His own children. He has chosen to protect them, bless them, provide for them and correct them just as any good father would do. Closely relating to the treasure chest, He also calls them his jewels. In a kingdom parable He calls them a pearl of great price, and in Revelation 21:21 there are twelve gates of pearl signifying the twelve tribes of Israel.

“And they shall be mine, saith Yahuwah of hosts, in that day when I make up my jewels; and I will spare them, as a man spareth his own son that serveth him.” - Mal. 3:7
“And Yahuwah their God shall save them in that day as the flock of his people: for they shall be as the stones of a crown, lifted up as an ensign upon his land.” – Zech. 9:16
“Thou shalt also be a crown of glory in the hand of Yahuwah, and a royal diadem in the hand of thy God.” – Isa. 62:3

The jewels in the ephod detailed in Ex. 28 also represented the twelve tribes.
This should also serve to give us a great clue to the symbolic meaning of the crown on the woman’s (Israel’s) head in Revelation 12:1 The segue between jewels, stars and the 12 tribes is readily seen in scripture when you consider the various passages applying to the same thing.


 “Yahuwah your God hath multiplied you, and, behold, ye are this day as the stars of heaven for multitude.” – Deut. 1:10

Joseph saw the tribes as stars. In multiple passages Yah promised to make the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob as the stars. They correlate with the sons of God in Job 38:7. (see: Gen. 15:5, 26:4, 37:9; Ex. 32:13; 1 Chron. 27:23; Job 38:7; Isa. 14:13; Dan 8:10; and Dan. 12:3)

In summary, there is some wealth or treasure within the true people of God.  As we look for the meaning of what that treasure is, what it means and who the people are, we should anticipate, nay, expect multiple characteristics, promises and attributes manifested in them which reveal their proper claim of Biblical ancestry. More importantly we will seek to understand an even deeper allegorical meaning to exactly what it means to be a son of God.


Adam was chosen from those created on the sixth day and set in a garden designed to protect him and in some sense restrict him. His sons parted into two different lineages, one which pursued the true religion given to the people as ordained by God and illustrated to Adam through the slaying of a lamb to provide clothing for him and his wife.

Seth, who may rightly be called the righteous branch, continued in the forming process Yah had begun with his father Adam passing down the teachings (the treasure) God had begun with his father, Adam. As the linage continued we find one named Abram who extra Biblical sources tell us considered the gods of his father Terah. Among these gods were the sun, the moon and other celestial bodies. Abram reasoned none of these could be God, because any being truly being God, would necessarily have created the very bodies others chose to worship.

He listened and the Ever-living called him away from the land of his fathers into a land where he could prosper and be blessed. Because of the faith exhibited by obedience to the voice he had heard, God blessed him and promised him that his seed would be like both the sand of the seas (his physical seed) and the stars of the heaven (his spiritual seed).  In doing so, he changed his name to Abraham meaning ‘father of a multitude’.

Abraham then had a son who he called Isaac. God told Abraham “...in Isaac shall thy seed be called.” (Gen 21:12) In the course of time Isaac again passes these promises down to his son Jacob.

“And Isaac called Jacob, and blessed him, and charged him, and said unto him, Thou shalt not take a wife of the daughters of Canaan. Arise, go to Padan-aram, to the house of Bethuel thy mother's father; and take thee a wife from thence of the daughters of Laban thy mother's brother. And God Almighty bless thee, and make thee fruitful, and multiply thee, that thou mayest be a multitude of people” – Gen 28:1-3

In the pronouncement of the blessing, Isaac, as his father before him, does all he can to see that the purity of race is maintained. Certainly the very reason for the great flood of Noah and the very evil most preachers today ignore or improperly understand, was still fresh in the minds of the patriarchs of the Biblical saga.

Jacob then has a dream where Yah speaks once again and tells Jacob his seed will be as the dust of the earth. In the dream there is a ladder reaching from the earth into heaven. God once again reveals to his people the desire to show the symbiotic relationship between heaven and earth, His desire for the two to be one and His desire for man to see the ultimate goal of the Almighty as expressed by Yahshua when He instructed us to pray “thy will be done in earth as it is in heaven.”

Upon rising, Jacob erects a pillar and names the place Bethel meaning the house of God.
As his father before him, Jacob exercised faith when called by God. He left his idols behind. He followed God’s leadings, promised a tithe to the Almighty, and cut out a portion of his flocks as a restitution and peace offering to his brother Esau whom he felt he had wronged. Still Jacob, whose name meant heal catcher (one who trips) or supplanter, was ill at ease. He had no peace and one night in solitude began a process any truly born again person should immediately recognize. He wrestled with God, allegorically likened to a man, and would not let go until he was blessed by the Almighty.

Now understand that Jacob had already been promised a multiplicity of seed and blessings in the land that God had promised, but he was not satisfied. Now he exhibited a characteristic that undoubtedly made him even more precious to God. He sought forgiveness of his past sins evidenced by his stated remorse. He sought peace that only God can give and true to His divine nature, Yah answered. In the account he touched Jacob’s thigh and the man once surviving on his own prowess and his own labor as exhibited in his relationship with his father-in-law, now found it necessary to lean on Yah for his strength. God changed his name to Israel.

An allegorical level of this event is missed by many, perhaps most people. Understanding this event brings us up another step in our search to understand the proofs of exactly what God is seeking to reveal to His people through race. It also leads to the absolute factual truth of who truly is the creator God, and who His people are.


Most people believe that Jacob and Israel are one in the same. Are they really? Sure Jacob once he became Israel was the same man physically speaking. He was not, however, the same man in the spiritual sense. He had been born again. No longer would he live by heel grabbing, tripping and deceit; he would now obey the precepts of God and enjoy the inherent blessings. Indeed Jacob and Israel are two, and it is in this sense the following passage has its significance.

“But now thus saith Yahuwah that created thee, O Jacob, and he that formed thee, O Israel, Fear not: for I have redeemed thee, I have called thee by thy name; thou art mine... Ye are my witnesses, saith Yahuwah, and my servant whom I have chosen: that ye may know and believe me, and understand that I am he: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me.” – Isa. 43:1 & 10.

Now my dear friends consider carefully the verses above. You see, Jacob and Israel were indeed one but still are two. Just like the previous writings on the creating, choosing and forming of Adam, we now see God in His allegorical method of teaching is showing the first is created; that’s the physical and the second is formed; that’s the spiritual.

Jacob was created. Simply put, Jacob (the physical man) changed morally and spiritually. The forming process had begun as reflected in and represented by his new name, Israel. The inner man was now being formed in the image of God just as the Almighty had sought to form Adam into the man He wished him to be. The process was a new birth. The new inner man represented the new creature man becomes at the moment of his spiritual birth and referred to in 2 Cor. 5:17 and Gal. 6:15. Once touched by God, the clay (physical man) began to be shaped and formed into what Yah desired him to be. Once again heaven had united with earth. The event also serves as a type of the rebirthing of the entire nation of Israel to come.

The same theme is continues in chapter 44. In Isaiah 44:1-2 he says: “Yet now hear, O Jacob my servant; and Israel, whom I have chosen: Thus saith Yahuwah that made thee, and formed thee from the womb, which will help thee; Fear not, O Jacob, my servant; and thou, Jesurun, (the upright) whom I have chosen.”

Just as Adam was chosen to begin the process of forming and molding into what God wished him to be; Israel represents the choosing of another man, Jacob in whom the same allegory is repeated. Both, of course in the royal sense, represent the entire group of Adamites or Israelites and ultimately those chosen and formed by the work of the almighty into exactly what He wishes them to be.

Do you see it my friends? Jacob, the servant, represented the Old Covenant. The Old Covenant represented servitude, bondage and rote physical adherence to the document signed between Yahuwah and His people. On the night Jacob wrestled with God, the Father chose him and drew him to Himself. Jacob became Israel represented as Jesurun in this passage, meaning upright.

Read the entire chapters of Isaiah 43 and 44. They speak of the blind and the deaf! They speak of justification, redemption, and salvation. They tell us why God has given us over to correction. It speaks of them being gathered and considering the FORMER things!

Bring all the nations and have them consider the FORMER (physical) things! That is history. That is what has happened to our fathers in the physical realm. You are my witnesses God declares (and yes it is plural). Beside me there is no Savior! And lastly it tells us that they, whoever they are, have forgotten their history (the former things). This is the history of the Exodus, the flood, the numerous times they were saved from their enemies and the correction meted upon them by the false christs who God himself set over them for their correction

Yah says “This people have I formed for myself; they shall shew forth my praise.”
It also speaks of the new thing (covenant – spiritual) that will spring forth! It is the formed in the image of God, the Jesurun, the true Christians, the born again who are the second witness.

So can we now dispense with the Elijah and Moses or the Elijah and Enoch theories? Can we now understand the three days as being a period of time from distant point in our past history until the day the witnesses, in unison, again rise to proclaim the factual existence of the ever-living creator? A period when both the physical Jacob people and the spiritual Israel lying dead in the proverbial and allegorical streets of the world arise to again give evidence of our God?

Adam and his descendants are also called the sons of God. In New Testament passages those who were benefit of the same event Adam, Abram, and Jacob experienced are also called sons of God.  Angel means messenger and it fits perfectly that those holding the treasure and doing the witnessing, whether they know it or not, are carrying a testimony of the Living God. They are His witnesses and they are the messengers (angels) spreading His message.[4] This is what a witness does. In this sense the applicable dictionary definition which applies is this: to bear witness to; testify to; give or afford evidence of. In the context of Biblical understanding it is to prove the reality of God by observing what He has said and to discern whether or not it is true. It is to spread his treasure or his message. It is to be his angel!

Now if you aren’t getting a bit intrigued about how race proves the reality of God, if you are getting a bit excited about being formed in His image, or if you have not yet figured out who these people are, then you need to check your pulse because you are one of the deaf and blind in the scriptural passages. Worse yet; you are simply dead.

?Questions and comments may be addressed to d.shreffler@att.net

[1] YHWH or YHVH – The Tetragrammaton, four consonants written as the sacred name of God. In ancient times it was considered by some to be too sacred to pronounce. In the King James Version of the Bible it was erroneously translated as LORD in all capital letters over 2000 times. In modern times much has been made of its proper pronunciation by everyone from Indiana Jones to various factions of religious systems of belief.
[2] See also Isa. 40:8, Mk. 13:31 & 1 Pet. 1:25.
[3] See also: Deut: 26:18; Ps. 135:4; Tit. 2:14 & 1 Pet. 2:9.
[4] This is in perfect harmony with the use of the word angel in chapters 1 through 3 in the book of Revelation.

I encourage everyone to read Danny’s articles…  pay attention to the difference between “Craeted and “Formed” and also note Danny calls us “angels” as I have been saying the majority of those in Christ Jesus are…  I am sensitive to people not understanding or purposefully using these words out of context for a malicious deception as the New Age and most Christian establishments do…     But TRUTH must be taught by the Truth Teachers… 

Also note – without collaboration – three men of God came to the SAME wisdom on the two witnesses…and as I told you whatever the “Church” is teaching it will be close to 100% in error almost 100% of the time!

Two Witnesses are: confirmed independently by three witnesses….w/o collaboration but with the Holy Spirit.

Professor Truth:  OT Flesh/3D/Earth – NT Spirit / HD / Heaven
Pastor Eli:             OT and NT
Danny S:                OT (Created) Physical – NT (Formed)  Spiritual

Now remember THEY will fulfill the false counterfeit lies they have brain washed the masses into believing (as prophecy) in the controlled “Church” system…   but it will all be staged lies to deceive.

Professor Truth

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