Warning 4th Seal is soon to be broken
August 31, 2021 5:28 AM
29/08/21 Message from Holy Spirit
My Darling Marlena, you are exactly where you need to be, and God has deined (ordained) it so. Your faith is rewarded and you have escaped the clutches of the lion’s den. The Beast walks free and is ushered in with ease throughout the people of Sydney. They are covered in darkness and struggle to See the Light.
The Next Seal is soon to be broken, and sadness will reign throughout man’s hearts. I am sorry to bring such messages of darkness to you, but the truth is not to be turned away from.
You are chosen by God and your work is critical against this battle against Evil. Urgency is required to let man know God is the only choice to experience Life Everlasting.
Following in Jesus’s footsteps – He is The Way, The Truth and The Light.
Urge whoever you can reach to Trust only in God and follow the example of his Son.
You have been given the Strength and Light from Heaven to do your work on earth.
I ask you don’t delay, spread God’s word of salvation any way you can.
I am filled with Joy at where you are living – you are truly blessed my dear.
Go in God’s Love and Peace to Love and Spread the word.
End of Message.
Brothers and Sisters – Please help me spread this warning message to all and include the link for people to read the accompanying blog
– Warning Seal 4 is soon to be broken! (marlenaelizabeth.com)
Missed the first 3 seals? catch up here @ marlenaelizabeth.com page – Messenger of the Covenant
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Brothers and Sisters i know this message is confronting, it may muck up your own end time understanding but it is better to be in truth than to be right.
Jesus words to me
25/04/21 “…. Place your trust in God – all else can be deceived and manipulated. Prayer is your armour and your weapon against the darkness. Pray like your life depended on it. I will help you pray….. just ask. Prayer is your light against the darkness.”
08/08/21 “the bible will be the Life Buoy for mankind to cling to.”
I have shared my testimony, my walk, all messages given and bared my heart for all to see, doing what the Lord has asked, awakened and called me to do. You can come to the website with the intention to mock, criticize, vilify or come and see what the Lord has been doing since Sept 2017, see the truth contained within the pages.
Praise God who sent Jesus Christ the ONLY way to salvation. (Gospel 1 Co 15:1-4)
1 John 4:9 (KJV)
9 In this was manifested the love of God toward us, because that God sent his only begotten Son into the world, that we might live through him.
1 Corinthians 1:18 (KJV)
18 For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God.
My “escape” won’t make much sense unless you read the blog in full so I encourage you all to go read it.
Because I had to get this message out quick, I have not had a great deal of time to study, it is not as in-depth as I like but I offer a sample of what was included in the blog Warning Seal 4 is soon to be broken! (marlenaelizabeth.com)
Revelation 6:7–8 (KJV)
7 And when he had opened the fourth seal, I heard the voice of the fourth beast say, Come and see.
8 And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth.
Pale g5515. χλωρός chlōrŏs, khlo-ros´; from the same as 5514; greenish, i.e. verdant, dun-colored:—green, pale.
Louw-Nida – χλωρόςb, ά, όν—`pale greenish gray’ (evidently regarded as typical of a corpse, since the color is used as a symbol of death).ἰδοὺ ἵππος χλωρός ‘there was a pale-colored horse’ Re 6:8.
IGEL – χλωρός, II. generally, pale, pallid, bleached, χλωρὸς ὑπαὶ δείους Il.;—then, as an epith. of fear, χλωρὸν δέος Hom.:—yellow, pallid, of persons affected by the plague, Thuc.
Bloomfield – 2) spec. pale, yellowish, Rev. 6:8, ἵππος χλωρὸς, an emblem of mortality, from pestilence and death, (‘pallida mors,’) as it were stalking about; or that sallow hue incident to fear
Name g3686. ὄνομα ŏnŏma, on´-om-ah; from a presumed der. of the base of 1097 (comp. 3685); a “name” (lit. or fig.) [authority, character]:—called, (+ sur-) name (-d).
TDNTA – The names Death, Hades, Abaddon, and Apollyon (6:8; 9:11) denote forces that are opposed to life as God’s true nature.
Thayer – the name by which a person or a thing is called, and distinguished from others; 1. univ.: of prop. names, Rev 6:8
Death g2288. θάνατος thanatŏs, than´-at-os; from 2348; (prop. an adj. used as a noun) death (lit. or fig.):—× deadly, (be …) death.
DBL – plague, pestilence, pandemic disease, associated with the punishment of God (Rev 6:8)
EDNT – It is the name of the rider who brings pestilence (6:8a) and then of the pestilence itself (2:23; 6:8b; 18:8; cf. Jer 15:2; Job 27:15), which death, because of its divine authority, allows to come upon humankind. When the “mortal wound” of the beast (13:3, → θηρίον) is healed, it is attested that the power of the antichrist, which is manifested politically in the hostile acts against Christians by the Roman Empire, came to life again after a crisis.
Bloomfield – Θάνατος, ου, ὁ, (θανεῖν,) death, i.e. the extinction of life, whether naturally, or by violence. Hence meton. for pestilence, Rev. 6:8
IV. ὁ θάνατος personified, Death, as the King of Hades, Rev. 6:8
Hell g86. ᾅδης haidēs, hah´-dace; from 1 (as a neg. particle) and 1492; prop. unseen, i.e. “Hades” or the place (state) of departed souls:—grave, hell
BDAG – Hades personif. Rev6:8
DBL – abode of the dead, Hades, the grave, hell Rev 6:8
EDNT – the rider of the pale horse, is accompanied by Hades, which should perhaps be imagined as sitting behind him (6:8). Death and Hades, both pictured in personal terms as demonic figures
Followed g190. ἀκολουθέω akŏlŏuthĕō, ak-ol-oo-theh´-o; from 1 (as a particle of union) and κέλευθος kĕlĕuthŏs (a road); prop. to be in the same way with, i.e. to accompany (spec. as a disciple):—follow, reach.
Bible Sense – to follow (travel) – to travel behind, go after, come after
Power g1849. ἐξουσία ĕxŏusia, ex-oo-see´-ah; from 1832 (in the sense of ability); privilege, i.e. (subj.) force, capacity, competency, freedom, or (obj.) mastery (concr. magistrate, superhuman, potentate, token of control), delegated influence:—authority, jurisdiction, liberty, power, right, strength.
BDAG – ③ the right to control or command, authority, absolute power, warrant Rev 6:8
Bloomfield – IV. power, over persons and things, dominion, authority Rev 6:8
Thayer – power over one, so as to be able to subdue, drive out, destroy, Rev. 6:8?
To kill g615. ἀποκτείνω apŏktĕinō, ap-ok-ti´-no; from 575 and κτείνω ktĕinō (to slay); to kill outright; fig. to destroy:—put to death, kill, slay.
BDAG – ① lit., to deprive of life, kill Rev 6:8
Thayer – 1. prop. to kill in any way whatever, (ἀπό i. e. so as to put out of the way; cf. [Eng. to kill off] and very often Rev 6:8
Bible Sense – to kill — to cause to die; put to death, usually intentionally or knowingly
Sword g4501. ῥομφαία rhŏmphaia, hrom-fah´-yah; prob. of for. or.; a sabre, i.e. a long and broad cutlass (any weapon of the kind, lit. or fig.):—sword.
DBL – war (Rev 6:8
IGEL – ῥομφαία, ἡ, a large sword, scymitar, used by the Thracians
Bloomfield – Ῥομφαία, ας, ἡ, a sword, prop. a long, broad, and straight sword, (like the old Highland claymore,) used espec. by the Thracians
Hunger g3042. λιμός limŏs, lee-mos´; prob. from 3007 (through the idea of destitution); a scarcity of food:—dearth, famine, hunger.
BDAG – ② famine Rev 6:8
Louw-Nida – λιμόςa, οῦ m and f: a widespread lack of food over a considerable period of time and resulting in hunger for many people—‘famine, hunger
DBL – famine prolonged, pandemic hunger Rev 6:8
Thayer – scarcity of harvest, famine Rev 6:8
Beasts g2342. θηρίον thēriŏn, thay-ree´-on; dimin. from the same as 2339; a dangerous animal:—(venomous, wild) beast.
BDAG – ① any living creature, excluding humans, animal, beastⓐ of real animals ג . w. emphasis on aspect of danger: • gener. Rv 6:8
LTW – θηρίον (thērion). n. neut. wild animal, beast. Typically this is used in the nt for wild animals and dangerous beasts.The snake that bites Paul is called a thērion (Acts 28:4–5). The horseman of death uses beasts (thērion) to kill (Rev 6:8). It is also the word used for several evil beasts (thērion) in Revelation (e.g., Rev 11:7; 13:1, 11–12).
Bloomfield – Θηρίον, ου, τὸ, (equiv. to θὴρ,) I. prop. a wild beast, Mk. 1:13, & oft. Sept. and Class.—II. fig. of brutal savage men, Tit. 1:12, and sometimes in Class.
Thayer – θηρίον, -ου, τό, (dimin. of θήρ; hence a little beast, little animal; Plat.
an animal; a wild animal, wild beast, beast: prop., Mk. 1:13; Acts 10:12 Rec.; 11:6; 28:4 sq.; Heb. 12:20; [Jas. 3:7]; Rev. 6:8
2339. θήρα thēra, thay´-rah; from θήρ thēr (a wild animal, as game); hunting, i.e. (fig.) destruction:—trap.
Bible search for lions’s den
Psalm 10:9 (KJV) A Song of Confidence in God’s Triumph Over Evil
9 He lieth in wait secretly as a lion in his den: He lieth in wait to catch the poor: He doth catch the poor, when he draweth him into his net.
Secretly h872. בְּאָה beʾâh, bĕ-aw´; from 935; an entrance to a building:—entry
and h4565. מִסְתָּר mic̨târ mis-tawr´; from 5641; prop. a concealer, i.e. a covert:—secret (-ly, place).
BDB – n.[m.] secret place, hiding-place 2. hiding-place(s): b. for perpetration of crime, especially murder Ps 10:8, similie of a lion Ps 10:9
GHCLOT – m.a hiding-place, spec. used of the place of an ambush, Ps. 10:9
Greek Alignment – ἀπόκρυφος adj., hidden; concealed: Ps 10:8–9
Lion h738. אֲרִי ʾărîy, ar-ee´; or prol.)) אַרְיֵה ʾaryêh, ar-yay´; from 717 (in the sense of violence); a lion:—(young) lion, + pierce [from the marg.].
DBL – 1. lion, i.e., a large, strong mammal that hunts its prey, with the associative meanings of strength and fierceness (Jdg 14:8)2. unit: פָּנֶה אַרְיֵה (pā·ně(h) ʾǎr·yē(h))1 strength, formally, face of a lion, i.e., the figurative extension of a lion’s power;
3. destroyer, i.e., the figurative extension of a lion (Ps 22:22[EB 21])note: for niv text in Isa 21:8, see 8011
Bible Sense – lion n., a large, predatory feline having a tawny coat and a shaggy mane in the male
Greek Alignment – λέων n., lion Ps 10:9
g3023. λεών lĕōn, leh-ohn´; a prim. word; a “lion”:—lion. Appears only in 1 Pet 5:8, Rev 5:5, 10:3
Den h5520. סֹךְ c̨ôk, soke; from 5526; a hut (as of entwined boughs); also a lair:—covert, den, pavilion, tabernacle.
GHCLOT – (2) a thicket of trees, the lair of wild beasts, Ps. 10:9; Jer. 25:38
Bible Sense – lair n., the habitation of wild animals: Je 25:38; Ps 10:9
He doth catch h2414. חָטַף châṭaph, khaw-taf´; a prim. root; to clutch; hence to seize as a prisoner:—catch
BDB – vb. catch, seize • Inf. לַחֲטוֹף עָנִי ψ 10:9 both fig. of oppressor catching the distressed
GHCLOT – to seize, to take with violence, Psalm 10:9
Bible Sense – to seize (force) v., to take or capture by force or without consent Ps 10:9
Greek Alignment – ἁρπάζω v., snatch away; seize: Ps 10:9
g726. ἁρπάζω harpazō, har-pad´-zo; from a der. of 138; to seize (in various applications):—catch (away, up), pluck, pull, take (by force).
Poor h6041. עָנִי ʿânîy, aw-nee´; from 6031; depressed, in mind or circumstances [practically the same as 6035, although the marg. constantly disputes this, making 6035 subj. and 6041 obj.]:—afflicted, humble°, lowly°, needy, poor.
GHCLOT – (1) afflicted, wretched, poor, often with the added idea of piety Ps 10:2, 9
LTW – (ʿānî). adj. poor, suffering, afflicted. Primarily refers to being in an afflicted or wretched state.
Bible Sense – afflicted (person) n., a person who has been the victim of some pain, injury, or harm, either physically or mentally; often associated with recurring treatment or events
Greek Alignment – πτωχός adj., needy; poor Ps 10:9
g4434. πτωχός ptōchŏs, pto-khos´; from πτώσσω ptōssō (to crouch; akin to 4422 and the alt. of 4098); a beggar (as cringing), i.e. pauper (strictly denoting absolute or public mendicancy, although also used in a qualified or relative sense; whereas 3993 prop. means only straitened circumstances in private), lit. (often as noun) or fig. (distressed):—beggar (-ly), poor.
Draweth h4900. מָשַׁךְ mâshak, maw-shak´; a prim. root; to draw, used in a great variety of applications (includ. to sow, to sound, to prolong, to develop, to march, to remove, to delay, to be tall, etc.):—draw (along, out), continue, defer, extend, forbear, × give, handle, make (pro-, sound) long, × sow, scatter, stretch out.
BDB – ψ 10:9 (fig. of wicked catching and dragging the poor);
DCH – vb. seize – wicked one Ps 10:9 poor one Ps 10:9
GHCLOT – with acc. of pers. to draw some one anywhere, followed by בְּ, אֶל of place, Ps. 10:9
Net g7568. רֶשֶׁת resheth, reh´-sheth; from 3423; a net (as catching animals):—net [-work].
BDB – 1. net: b. spread for feet of man (fig.): • (2) by wicked Ps 10:9
Hal – 2. metaphorical, as a device associated with people: a. a net that one throws Ps 10:9
Bible Sense – net n., a trap made of netting that was used to catch animals (including fish): Ps 10:9
Greek Alignment – παγίς n., snare; trap: Ps 10:9
g3803. παγίς pagis, pag-ece´; from 4078; a trap (as fastened by a noose or notch); fig. a trick or stratagem (temptation):—snare. 1 Occurence Lk 21:35
Can we know who the lion is?
1 Pet 5:8 caught my attention
1 Peter 5:8 (KJV)
8 Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:
1 Peter 5:5–11 (KJV) Submit to God, Resist the Devil
5 Likewise, ye younger, submit yourselves unto the elder. Yea, all of you be subject one to another, and be clothed with humility: for God resisteth the proud, and giveth grace to the humble.
6 Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt (g5312 lift up) you in due time:
7 Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you.
8 Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:
9 Whom resist stedfast in the faith (g4102 conviction of truth), knowing that the same afflictions are accomplished in your brethren that are in the world.
10 But the God of all grace, who hath called us unto his eternal glory by Christ Jesus, after that ye have suffered a while, make you perfect, stablish, strengthen, settle you.
11 To him be glory and dominion for ever and ever. Amen.
Snare and the Escape
What also caught my attention was the greek alignment for the word Net it appears once only in the NT as snare Lk 21:35
Luke 21:34–36 (KJV)
34 And take heed to yourselves, lest at any time your hearts be overcharged with surfeiting, and drunkenness, and cares of this life, and so that day come upon you unawares.
35 For as a snare shall it come on all them that dwell on the face of the whole earth.
36 Watch ye therefore, and pray always, that ye may be accounted worthy to escape all these things that shall come to pass, and to stand before the Son of man.
Snare g3803. παγίς pagis, pag-ece´; from 4078; a trap (as fastened by a noose or notch); fig. a trick or stratagem (temptation):—snare.
BDAG – ① a device used to catch animals, trap, snare; like a trap, i.e. unexpectedly Lk 21:35.
Escape G1628. έκφεύγω ĕkphĕugō, ek-fyoo´-go; from 1537 and 5343; to flee out:—escape, flee
Louw-Nida – to become safe from danger by avoiding or escaping—‘to escape, to avoid.’
PLGNT – ἐκφεύγω, I flee out, away, I escape: with an acc. I escape something.
Bloomfield – 2) trans. to flee from, escape; foll. by acc. of thing, Lu. 21:36
The beast walking
Which reminds me the greek alignment for “he catch” from Ps 10.9 he lieth in wait “to catch” the poor is g726 “harpazo”
Matthew 13:19 (KJV) The Parable of the Sower Explained
19 When any one heareth the word of the kingdom, and understandeth it not, then cometh the wicked one, and catcheth (g726) away that which was sown in his heart. This is he which received seed by the way side.
Wicked one g4190. πονηρός pŏnērŏs, pon-ay-ros´; from a der. of 4192; hurtful, i.e. evil (prop. in effect or influence, and thus differing from 2556, which refers rather to essential character, as well as from 4550, which indicates degeneracy from original virtue); fig. calamitous; also (pass.) ill, i.e. diseased; but espec. (mor.) culpable, i.e. derelict, vicious, facinorous; neut. (sing.) mischief, malice, or plur. guilt; masc. (sing.) the devil, or plur. sinners:—bad, evil, grievous, harm, lewd, malicious, wicked (-ness). See also 4191.
BDAG – β. ὁ πονηρός the evil one=the devil (who is not defined as a sinner but as one who is morally destructive) Mt 13:19; J 17:15; Eph 6:16; 1J 2:13f; 5:18, 19
Thayer – πονηρός is used pre-eminently of the devil, the evil one: Mt. 5:37; 6:13; 13:19, 38; Lk. 11:4 R L; Jn. 17:15; 1 Jn. 2:13 sq.; 3:12; 5:18 sq.
Wicked one cross verses Mt 13:38, Lk 11:4, Jn 17:15, Eph 6:16, 2 Thess 3:3, 1 Jn 3:12. & 5:18, 19
May this bless all who see and hear.