Prototokos Church of the Firstborn

Born-again saints. How are we related to the Church of the Firstborn (the prototokos), described in Hebrews 12:23 KJV?

Brothers and sisters, our reality is in transition. We are on the cusp of the ‘Beginning of Sorrows’ (Matthew 24:5-8 KJV).

World war is being incited and society continues to degenerate into ever greater immorality (Colossians 3:5 KJV). Corruption, debauchery, and depravity have become commonplace and are promoted as healthy to children and adults alike (Jude 1:7 KJV). Famines, pestilences, and earthquakes are already happening across the globe (Matthew 24:5-7 KJV), even as the media desperately tries to hide them.

The prototokos have been called. You’ve been called. Do you know your purpose (Romans 8:29-30 KJV)?

Are you aware that the Lord’s people are gathered into communities by Jesus Christ before the time of the rapture (Ephesians 1:9-10 KJV)?

What preparations are you making for the gathering (Matthew 24:45-47 KJV)?

Today is the time to understand.

Our advanced Bible study group meets five days a week in San Pedro and Long Beach, California. Guided by our anointed Bible teacher, we study and explore the Word in-depth. This brings clarity to our earthly existence and definition to our eternal lives. Study with us in-person, via FaceBook Messenger, or watch our daily videos.

Here are a few of the many concepts and principles you will learn:

The true history of the creation

The meaning of our Father's master plan

The necessity for
"buying extra oil" (Matt 25:9 KJV)

What it means to become a mature Christian

Gathering, Rapture, Tribulation, Millenium, & Revelation: what these events really mean

Your eternal position in the Father's kingdom

Why should we learn these things?

So that we may prepare ourselves for the imminent gathering of our Lord Jesus Christ. As teachers of the word, we are rulers over His household (the body of Christ), to give them meat (to teach the body) in due season (Matthew 24:45 KJV). Due season is the time between the Beginning of Sorrows (Matthew 24:7-8 KJV) and the establishment of the gathered communities.

And if the Lord Jesus finds us so doing (teaching the body), we will be blessed by Him making us rulers over ALL His goods (Matthew 24:46-47 KJV). All His possessions. This is our inheritance in Christ.

So we understand that prototokos teachers (today’s angel candidates), who have already been made rulers over His household, will be elevated to rulership over all His possessions, which are the heavens and the earth (Revelation 1:20 KJV). Therefore we will be in the heavens in celestial bodies when the communities are established. Do you want to learn how this is possible? Join our Bible study group to explore the word in-depth.

Those who have ears to hear, let them hear (Matthew 13:9-11 KJV).

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4 answers to deeper biblical questions

All saints are God’s children and, as children, we are heirs to His kingdom (Romans 8:16 KJV). However, we are also joint-heirs because we are brethren with Christ (Romans 8:29 KJV) and, therefore, Jesus shares his inheritance with us. So, if we experience the rapture, we are glorified together as Christ’s brethren in the church of the firstborn (Romans 8:17 & Hebrews 12:23 KJV). If we do not experience the rapture, we may still be glorified to a lower level but only after becoming martyrs and enduring great tribulation (Matthew 24:9, John 16:1-3 KJV).

There are those called from eternity by God the Father to be rulers and instructors over His eternal creation – the prototokos (Romans 8:29-30 KJV). In eternity, God related to them as a unique group of exalted sons with pre-incarnate Jesus as the chief son (Hebrews 1:9 KJV) and, being spoken into existence, Jesus gladly accepted them as brothers (Hebrews 2:11 KJV).

In eternity, God the Father devised a master plan whose goal is to enable the sons to qualify to inherit all the estates of the Father (Romans 8:16-17 & Matthew 24:46-47 KJV). This inheritance is not given lightly, as a saint is required to overcome great difficulty. The saint is to partake of Christ’s suffering to be adopted as a son and achieve joint-heir status with Him (Hebrews 2:9-10 & Revelation 2:26-28 KJV). Therefore, to inherit all the Father has (Revelation 21:7 KJV).

There are many church leaders who want you to stay ignorant of the truth. Why? One reason is so they may keep you coming back to give your tithes and offerings (1 Corinthians 3:2-4 KJV). Another, and far more prevalent, reason is they don’t know these answers and, therefore, cannot teach what they don’t know (Matthew 24:48-51 KJV). Are they sticking to scripture to clarify each point they make? Is every conclusion they draw supported by Bible verses? You will only know these answers if you understand biblical principles well enough to question everything that is said to you. We are instructed to test everything for ourselves by searching the scriptures to know if it is truth (Acts 17:11 KJV).

Why 'mega-church' Christianity is pointless

If you attend a ‘mega-church’, please don’t be offended. None is intended. However, you may be awakened to the truth in what is being exposed here.

We are not here to petition the Father to materially enrich our earthly lives (1 John 2:15-17). That false belief completely blinds us to our purpose. We are here to live lives of physical sacrifice so that our spirit may grow and overcome our carnal existence, just as Christ lived His (Romans 12:1-2 KJV). In so doing, Christ must increase in us as we must decrease (John 3:30 KJV). How do we do this? We must give up our earthly lives, come out of the world, and live only for the Lord (John 14:21 KJV). Putting Him first in all things, laying down our nets, to become the Apostles and Prophets of the age we are transitioning into (Joel 2:28-30 KJV).

This means we build a direct, loving relationship with Jesus Christ, whose sacrifice on the cross reconciled us with the Father (Romans 5:10 KJV). We are to pursue an understanding of Jesus Christ by loving Him and readying ourselves as yielded vessels (John 14:23 KJV).

When we listen to a pastor, priest, or teacher in a church, if every point made is not validated by scripture, are we hearing biblical truth (2Timothy 4:3-4, Jude 1:4 KJV)? No. Of course not. If we are not studying the Word ourselves, are we pursuing an understanding of the Lord (Psalm 27:8 KJV)? No. Of course not. So you see, we must seek Him directly in studying the Bible diligently (Acts 17:11 KJV).

If we don’t recognize the principles described here so far, we are not living the lives of born-again Christians (John 14:24 KJV). Christ instructs us that only those who are born-again can reach the kingdom of God (John 3:3 KJV).

The Lord teaches us to give freely and not to sell His word (2 Corinthians 2:17 KJV). Jesus didn’t charge people to listen to His teaching, nor did He sell books or promote tickets to His gatherings (Matthew 10:8, Matthew 6:24 KJV).

And yet…

An endless number of preachers and teachers today do exactly that. They say, “…for a monthly subscription of just $7.95…”, they will tell you what God’s word means while hoping you won’t want to study it for yourself.

Meditate on that for a moment.

The purpose of teaching is to make understood what it means to be His representative (2 Timothy 2:15 KJV). Therefore, every saint may effectively  pursue the Kingdom. Jesus Christ is coming promptly and He comes with great authority (2 Timothy 3:16 KJV).

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The spiritual creation of Adam (Gen 1:27) and the physical formation of Adam (Gen 2:7) are not the same

These are two different events. Genesis 1:27 refers to God creating male and female (them together) at the same time. Genesis 2:7 teaches us man was formed of the dust of the ground, with no mention of Eve, and God breathed into his nostrils the breath of life. Man became a living soul, which tells us something BECAME something else. We don’t hear of a woman until Genesis 2:22. By this stage Adam is well into performing his custodial duties. Eventually, the Lord decides it is not good for Adam to be alone, and Eve is formed from Adam’s rib after he has been put to sleep.

The distinction between Elohiym the pre-incarnate Jesus Christ and his angel YHVH (Jehovah)

For those who reach this understanding, it is a turning point to realize who the Angel of the Lord is (Exodus 3:2-6 KJV).

We learn in Genesis 22 and Exodus 3 that the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob is actually the Angel of the Lord. This is YHVH/Yaweh/Jehovah, an angel who carries the name and authority of God (Genesis 22:9-12 KJV). Elohiym, who is Jesus Christ, God the Son, cannot be and does not refer to himself as an angel, since an angel is a created being (Colossians 1:16 KJV) and the Son is the creator of all things (Psalm 33:6-9 KJV).

This explains why the God of the Old Testament and the God of the New Testament have extremely different personalities (Matthew 5:21-22 KJV). They are not the same deity (Hebrews 10:6 & 8 KJV).

Are you interested in learning more about this curious discrepancy and why it is true? Join our Bible study group to explore the word in-depth.

The difference between the saints who don’t make the rapture (Matt 24 partially-committed) and the saints who do (Luke 21 fully-committed)

We encounter in Matthew 24 and Luke 21 the narrative of seeing signs that we are close to the end. This is the Beginning of Sorrows. However, each chapter gives us different instructions on what each group of saints should expect before, during, and after seeing these signs.

In comparison, Matt 24: 6-8 and Luke 21:9-11 tell both groups of saints that wars, famines, pestilences, and earthquakes indicate we are already in the Beginning of Sorrows.

In Luke 21:11 we are told that fearful sights and great signs will be seen in heaven. However, Matt 24:8-11 shows saints with a distorted view of Christianity. When true hardships arrive (being afflicted and killed; hated of all nations for Jesus name’s sake) many will be offended and turn away from the Lord because they didn’t expect adversity. We now know that Matt 24 saints are going to experience the Tribulation and will suffer greatly under the rule of Satan and the Luciferians. Luke 21:18, on the other hand, tells us that not a hair of Luke 21 saints heads shall perish.

So we understand that the Luke 21 saints are going to be gathered and protected by the power of Jesus on Earth, while the Matt 24 saints are left to suffer the consequences of not being in the gathering: they are afflicted and killed or they renounce the Lord and bow to Luciferian rule. Since the Lord wants us all to be gathered and all to make the rapture, why would He not protect both groups of saints? This is because the Matt 24 saints have only been partially-committed (and some not at all), they are still living in this world and not doing what they have been called to do, as described in Matt 24:48-51.

Luke 21:25-26 tells us of signs in the sun, moon, and stars.

That men’s hearts fail them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth because the powers of heaven shall be shaken. Fallen angels will be forced to the earth’s surface.

Luke 21:27 tells us that Jesus returns before the rapture (but without a shout so we know this is not the rapture – compare to 1 Thess 4:16 which describes His return at the rapture).

He returns to gather and protect His people in communities: these are Luke 21 fully-committed saints. Why? We see (a) His warning in Luke 21:34 & 36, and (b) His reward for being faithful and wise servants in Matt 24:45-47. He has found us feeding His church meat in due season. We are to be made rulers over all His goods.

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But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life.
John 4:14 KJV

Our ministry exists to bring revelation knowledge to the Church of the Firstborn, the Prototokos.
Hebrews 12:23 KJV

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