OneThousandYears: Genesage (Chapter 1:9) “"The Promised Land"

One Thousand Years



"The Promised Land"


The Promised Messiah had arrived, just as he said he would.


What he arrived to was not a promised land fulfilled, but a promise yet to be finished.

The land was cursed. The People of his Kingdom had joined him in heaven..., but in returning to His Land of Inheritance, the Land of his earthly birth, He found a holocaust of creation.


Nothing as Creator, when he saw it “In the Beginning”, remained.


Angels had rejoiced, Creation had sang, all of heaven and earth had been one, ‘in the beginning’.


Now, the land needed restoration, reformation, cleansing and become in fact born-again. Become an “anointed” land, a messianic age, a time of the Son of God on Earth, Immanuel. Jesus had brought his people from heaven, for just such a time as this. Israel had a need to be reborn, born-again,  so he brought his bride to the land of his brethren. He had other help.



Twelve Thousand from each Tribe of New Yisrael built Jerusalem.


David the King and Solomon his Son helped. Together all came standing shoulder to shoulder they began the work. The 144,000, barefoot, with the sole of their feet, touched every square foot of the land. By the soles of their feet, the one hundred and forty-four thousand, chosen of God from every tribe designated by God alone, walked the length and breadth of the Land God had chosen.

Chosen Servants from the Chosen People for the Chosen Land.


They “walked the walk” naming it Holy unto the Lord. They ‘sanctified’ the land as ‘priestly unto the Most High God”.  They “set apart” the land and all in it with a word and a blessing only they had been given to render unto it. Creation was cleansed there. Renewed in the Land that would become the “The Promised Land”. Creation there was Born-Again.


Others followed behind the 144,000 as they went. Some singing, some dancing, all were Celebrating for the Kingdom had come. Jehoshaphat would have been glad. It was the largest parade in the history of the world.


It was a Celebration of Dedication the likes of which the World had never seen.

Nothing yet was built, grown or existed, yet all acted as though it were already accomplished. All Celebrated as though what was unseen was in fact only a matter of time before it would be revealed in the Kingdom of God. The unseen would become the reality of Prophecy and the Nature of Revelation. For those that were there....It was...finished.



All that I have Seen, All that I have Heard,

All that I have Handled with mine own Hands,

All that I have Walked with my own Feet;


Eben walking home remembered seeing them walk. He too had joined them. Marching throughout the land before this new world began. Like they were marching to Pretoria.


As though singing a song of unity and marching. A song of hope, songs to inspire, songs that literally brought heaven to earth.  These men of God walked in the greatest walk the heavens had ever seen.  The One Hundred and Forty Four Thousand Man March. All land put under the “feet” of Messiah.  


Abraham, Martin and John, Martin Luther King, No one was really certain who was and wasn’t there, but an awful lot of voices and faces seemed very familiar. Stranger and well known alike anyone there and all that attended each was a member of the Virgin to Messiah the Bride of Christ, the unity of all that had cme with the Saviour of the World that Ended and the New Age begining.


Singing as they went, like some Levite of old carrying the Ark. These were unique Men of God. They carried the Word of the Lord everywhere they went. Priests in the Order of Melchi-Zedec their chief priest, Messiah. They followed, they marched, they walked, to serve. To serve Him alone. The 144,000.


With their bare feet they marched to the beat of a different drummer.  They traced Footprints of Holiness in the Land. They sang the Voice of the Lord. They left imprints in the fabric of eternity.


Songs of the Redeemed resounding across the Universe. It seemed as if the choir never ended.


They were the Song of Moses and the Song of the Redeemed. Singing songs of righteousness none knew, none had heard, none could sing but them; but the heavens echoed their voices where ever they went. Such joy conversed. Such a time even Solomon who had overseen the original temple in Jerusalem built, wept.


All were amazed, all said, Surely God was in this place.

And He was.


Do you see what I have seen?

Do you hear what I have heard?

Do you walk where I have walked?

Do you know what have known?


They laid the promise of God to the Land. Their word was a bond, the declarations a covenant. They did as the High Priest Y’shua of their order commanded them. They lay claim to the Earth in the Name of the Living God. Every place they set their bare feet upon, God redeemed to Himself.


Every step they took God healed. Every place they moved to was set apart for purpose. A design God had in mind. A place God chose to bless.  A promise more complete than any knew how would be fulfilled. Yet God knew, and did.


God moved upon the Face of the Land where they had gone. A lot like he had once moved upon the Face of the Waters. He created the land, till it was good. He did not stop till what he desired was accomplished. He completed the Land.


What have you Seen? What have you Heard?

What have you Held with your own Hands?

What have you Walked with your own Feet?


The 144,000 fulfilled their destiny to bring to the World The Land God Promised. God fulfilled in them the promise he made that Messiah, The Holy One of Israel had come.


Peace of Earth, Gods Will to Men. The Prince of Peace, The King Messiah, residing in the place where Shiloh had been as The City of the Great King was re-born for Him.


The Kingdom Come had just begun.


I will see what you have seen

I will hear what you have heard

I will walk where you have walked

I will know what you have known.



The Kingdom had Come.



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