I want this tree to become a reality! I do not subscribe to the idea Jesus was crucified for our sins. I believe all the sins of the Jews were forgiven when their Messiah passed the test given to him in the wilderness. The sin of the false teaching of the Rapture is refused by the Savior of the Jews. Offering proof God exists – is a great sin! Evangelical End Time ministers, offer their flock proof by saying they personally will be – caught up by angels. They say Jesus is their “personal” savior who died for their sins. Why would he? God gave us all life! Jesus has a family tree – and so do you! Did you know if you hang a Jews in a tree it prevents his soul from going back to God? Did you know the Prophets Elijah and Elisha – raised the dead? Jesus is not God! Sorry Charlie! Nice try! Jesus refused all crowns and kingdoms. He is not coming back as King Jesus to rule the world after the Tribulation.
However, he did appear to me in a dream last night and instructed me to help save the earth by destroying the false Anti-Earth Cult. Jesus never wanted it destroyed! This is a lie! How can you save the world by destroying it? He doesn’t want us to be confounded anymore. He hates the exclusive churches founded in his name. We are all in the world, that Jesus wants saved, thus he wants to save all of us.
The Satanic Lovers of Money, who own 1% off all the world’s wealth have been altering the identity and mission of Jesus, who was restoring the Jubilee. They pay false teachers under the table to get them to say ecologists are against the Great American Capitalist System that Jesus founded in the Wildness. Did Jesus give women the right to vote, or, free the salves? Jesus is THE LESSON on being poor and humble, which entails feeding the poor and humble multitude. Jesus refused to be one the riches men on Earth. Folks in his family tree had lots of money, and, had worn crowns!
When Dororthy and Nicholas Zinzandorf sent missionaries across the Atlantic in ships, they understand what this temptation was about. Their families own many castles and crowns. They had all the money in the world. Jesus instructed them to spend all their wealth spreading THE TRUTH to Native Americans and Black Slave in the Caribbean. Their wealthy kinfolk in their family trees, turned their backs on this Adam and Eve, who had to flee their home nation. They fled into the vast wilderness – in spirit and body! In the New World, there grew a trillion trees. Most of those trees – are gone!
The Zinzendorf’s are kin to the Schwarzenberg and Seinsheim families who lost all their castles to Adolph Hitler when he invaded Austria and Bohemia. This family were The Capitalists of the World. I am in their family tree via the Wilsons, who came to the American Wilderness as Puritans. They founded the State of Massachusetts. The Wilsons were born, and died, in Windsor Castle. They ministered to British Royalty who were the greatest Capitalist in the World. The female head of the Schwarzenberg family is trying to get the family castles back. Jesus was teaching Spiritual Socialism based upon the abolitionist instructions God gave to Moses, that the Greeks studied because it coincide with their New Invention……………..Democracy!
After Obama was elected the wealthy Koch brother set up a fake grassroot Patriot group, that became the Tea Party, who were evangelicals, who, out a wealthy man in the White House. No sooner was the Jubilee Jesus, dead, then the rich schemed to make him one with them. The Bohemian Prophet, Jan Huss, began a revolt against the very wealthy Catholic church, who made Castle Churches all over the world where within lived one virginal man surrounded by virginal brides. Anything, but Liberated Spiritual Socialism.
Come, ye people! gather around, and, hear my story about God’s Liberty Tree!
John ‘The Hidden Seed of Truth’
For the first thirty years (1733-1762), his work was mainly devoted to the supervision and organization of the extensive missions in Germany, England, Denmark, the Netherlands, Suriname, Georgia and elsewhere. One special endeavour of Spangenberg in Pennsylvania was to bring the scattered Schwenkfeldians to his faith. In 1741-1742 he traveled to England to raise funds for his mission and obtain the sanction of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
During the second half of this missionary period of his life, Spangenberg went to Pennsylvania, where as bishop he supervised the Moravian churches. He helped raise money to defend the colonies during the Seven Years’ War. In addition, he wrote as an apologist of the Church against the attacks of the Lutherans and the Pietists. He did much to moderate the mysticism of Zinzendorf. His simple, practical nature took a different approach.
Berthelsdorf (Upper Sorbian: Batromjecy) is a former municipality in the district of Görlitz, in the southeastern part of the Free State of Saxony, Germany. With effect from 1 January 2013, it has been incorporated into the town of Herrnhut.
Berthelsdorf lies close to the borders of the Czech Republic and Poland. Nicolaus Ludwig Count von Zinzendorf, bought the Berthelsdorf estates (Middle and Lower Berthelsdorf) from his grandmother, Henriette Catharina von Gersdorff, in 1722, and Upper Berthelsdorf from his Uncle in 1724. He built his manor house “Bethel“ – “House of God“ in Middle Berthelsdorf. Soon after buying the estates and calling Johann Andreas Rothe as pastor of the Lutheran parish in Berthelsdorf, he agreed to receive Protestant exiles from the Kuhländchen (de, cs) in Moravia upon his new estate.
The first group arrived in December, 1721, under the leadership of carpenter Christian David. They founded the nearby city of Herrnhut on the estate. They were later joined by several hundred other refugees from Habsburg oppression in Bohemia/ Moravia, now the Czech Republic. Under the guidance of Zinzendorf they united to renew the ancient Unitas Fratrum. 13 August 1727, is the date usually considered as the renewal date, which took place in the parish church in Berthelsdorf. From Berthelsdorf and Herrnhut then the “Brüdergemeine”, in English, the Moravian Church, spread out across the world, beginning in 1732 with the sending of the first Moravian missionaries.
Zinzendorf also provided sanctuary in Berthelsdorf to persecuted followers of mystic Caspar Schwenckfeld from nearby Silesia. They were forced by the Electoral Saxon government to emigrate to Pennsylvania, and Zinzendorf sent 2 Moravians to accompany them in 1734–35, in order to scout out the mission possibilities in America.
The former municipality had two subdivisions: Rennersdorf and Berthelsdorf.
- Nikolaus Ludwig, Imperial Count von Zinzendorf-Pottendorf (1700, Dresden – 1760)
- Christian Renatus von Zinzendorf (1727 – 1752), son of Nikolaus Ludwig, born here
- August Gottlieb Spangenberg (1704 – 1792), lived and died here
- Johannes Baptista von Albertini (1769, Neuwied – 1831), lived and died here
- Adolf Gottlieb Fiedler (1771 – 1850), an entrepreneur, made a factory in here
- Peter Latrobe (1795, London – 1863), son of the English Moravian clergyman Christian Ignatius Latrobe, lived and died here
- Heinrich Wullschlägel (1805 – 1864), Russia-born clergy, lived and died here
- Karl Gustav Kreischer (1834 – 1891) (de)
- Oskar Korschelt (1853 – 1940)
- Martin Rade (1857 – 1940) (de)
- Caspar Schwenckfeld (1489-1561), Silesian Reformer, spiritual father of the Schwenkfelders who lived briefly in Berthelsdorf
Henrietta Catharina, Baroness von Gersdorff (maiden name von Friesen auf Roetha, 6 October 1648, Sulzbach, Upper Palatinate – 6 March 1726, Grosshennersdorf, Upper Lusatia, Saxony) was a German noblewoman, Baroque religious poet, an advocate of Pietism and also a supporter of the beginnings of the Moravian Church. She was the maternal grandmother of Nicolas Ludwig, Count von Zinzendorf.
Born as daughter of Karl, Baron von Friesen and Justina Sophia von Raben, she was educated in Dresden and Leipzig. She was a sister of Otto Heinrich von Friesen, chancellor to Saxon Elector Friedrich August I (August der Starke or Augustus the Strong). Unlike most girls of the time, she was trained in multiple disciplines and even as a youth she was recognized by her contemporaries for her German and Latin verses. She early became a correspondent with many theologians and scientists of the day.
At the age of 24 in 1672, she married Nicolas, Baron von Gersdorff (1629–1702), governor of the Saxon Upper Lusatia. In that capacity she was able to exercise a not unimportant influence in affairs of both church and state. She supported the movement called Pietism and the Saxon Court preacher Philipp Jakob Spener.
She encouraged the translation of the Bible into the Lusatian Slavic language of Sorbian but also encouraged the schooling of girls. In this connection she was engaged also in the founding of the Magdalenenstift School for girls in Altenburg.
Following her husband’s death in 1702, she withdrew to her Grosshennersdorf estate in the mountains of eastern Saxony. There she devoted herself to the education of her grandson Nicolas Ludwig, Count von Zinzendorf. Her home was open to many visitors including Lutheran missionaries to Tranquebar and Greenland. She often offered refuge to religious refugees escaping persecution in neighboring Bohemia and Moravia. The German Pietist poet Johann Jakob Rambach considered her spiritual poetry among the best of their day. Some of her verses are still used in the German Moravian Church.
2 Kings 4:18-37 English Standard Version (ESV)
Elisha Raises the Shunammite’s Son
18 When the child had grown, he went out one day to his father among the reapers. 19 And he said to his father, “Oh, my head, my head!” The father said to his servant, “Carry him to his mother.” 20 And when he had lifted him and brought him to his mother, the child sat on her lap till noon, and then he died. 21 And she went up and laid him on the bed of the man of God and shut the door behind him and went out. 22 Then she called to her husband and said, “Send me one of the servants and one of the donkeys, that I may quickly go to the man of God and come back again.” 23 And he said, “Why will you go to him today? It is neither new moon nor Sabbath.” She said, “All is well.” 24 Then she saddled the donkey, and she said to her servant, “Urge the animal on; do not slacken the pace for me unless I tell you.” 25 So she set out and came to the man of God at Mount Carmel.
When the man of God saw her coming, he said to Gehazi his servant, “Look, there is the Shunammite. 26 Run at once to meet her and say to her, ‘Is all well with you? Is all well with your husband? Is all well with the child?’” And she answered, “All is well.” 27 And when she came to the mountain to the man of God, she caught hold of his feet. And Gehazi came to push her away. But the man of God said, “Leave her alone, for she is in bitter distress, and the Lord has hidden it from me and has not told me.” 28 Then she said, “Did I ask my lord for a son? Did I not say, ‘Do not deceive me?’” 29 He said to Gehazi, “Tie up your garment and take my staff in your hand and go. If you meet anyone, do not greet him, and if anyone greets you, do not reply. And lay my staff on the face of the child.” 30 Then the mother of the child said, “As the Lord lives and as you yourself live, I will not leave you.” So he arose and followed her. 31 Gehazi went on ahead and laid the staff on the face of the child, but there was no sound or sign of life. Therefore he returned to meet him and told him, “The child has not awakened.”
32 When Elisha came into the house, he saw the child lying dead on his bed. 33 So he went in and shut the door behind the two of them and prayed to the Lord. 34 Then he went up and lay on the child, putting his mouth on his mouth, his eyes on his eyes, and his hands on his hands. And as he stretched himself upon him, the flesh of the child became warm. 35 Then he got up again and walked once back and forth in the house, and went up and stretched himself upon him. The child sneezed seven times, and the child opened his eyes. 36 Then he summoned Gehazi and said, “Call this Shunammite.” So he called her. And when she came to him, he said, “Pick up your son.” 37 She came and fell at his feet, bowing to the ground. Then she picked up her son and went out.