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  1. Chuck Schoon
    July 17, 2019 @ 6:04 pm

    Thank you so much for keeping contact!
    I have been following Ron’s work for a long time now and talked to Kevin Fisher on the phone a few times for perhaps 2.5 to 3 hours total and it was pure joy when I found out about Ron’s work a few years ago. As I told Kevin, I laughed and laughed, clapped, whistled, and shouted aloud for joy when I realized what he had found and done perhaps 5 years ago. All of the work done by his friends and relatives is wonderful and I thank you in the name of our Lord and God for all you have done. I would help you out financially much more than I have, but I am 64 and have been going through extremely difficult times financially but if that ever changes, I will gladly do what I can to help. God Bless, ~~~ Chuck Schoon, Durham, NC


  2. Gregory Mears
    July 18, 2019 @ 2:02 pm

    I have tried to enlarge the pic of the Ark of the Covenant, but to my dismay it just gets fuzzy because of the program used to make the pic.
    As soon as I saw the Ark, I knew it was THEONE. 1). It is unlike all the rest of the arks, unique. 2). The unique placement of the Seraphim allows the Seat (lid) to be removed and never allowed to rest on the ground, held up by the Seraphim. 3). The Seraphim are wearing priests’ turban. 4). You can see a nail attaching the hands to the seat. 5). The staff is a unique touch. 6). If you read the account of the description of the Ark, it fits perfectly. 6). Best of all is a hidden secret only God could have created, knowing the future. The opening between the wings is a fantastic triangle, the HOLY TRINITY.
    Make a better picture, please!


  3. Gregory Mears
    July 18, 2019 @ 2:10 pm

    Oops, forgot one, you can actually sit on the Mercy Seat, and Yeshua will sit on the actual one in heaven.


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