From Judah the fourth son of Israel, comes the fourth King,
David. While I will be like the six who came before me, I will
be most like David. I remember sitting alone after the first
lesson from graduate school and thinking of the story about 
how David slew Goliath. At that time I didn't know who the
other six were or much about the story, just that I was in
over my head and that like David it is only because of God's
help, mercy and graces that great things will happen.

 Saul like the Church leaders of the 20th Century do not do His
will. Samuel told Saul after he disobeyed God by not completely
destroying the Amalekites; (1 Samuel 15.22-23)

           "Has the Lord as great delight in burnt offerings and
             sacrifices, as in obedience to the voice of  the Lord?
             Surely, to obey is better than to sacrifice,
              and to heed than the fat of rams.
              For rebellion is no less a sin than divination,
              and stubbornness is like iniquity and idolatry.
               Because you have rejected the word of the Lord,
              He has also rejected you from  being king.

 Now like Saul the Pope and Bishops were given a command from the
living saint, Sr. Lucia, she was established by Jesus as His prophet
through the Fatima apparitions of His mother the Virgin Mary, and
the sign of the Miracle of the Sun on October 13,1917. The clergy
have been disobedient for more than half a century. As Jesus warned 
them if you follow the example of the King of France you will suffer
like him. Finally like Saul begged for mercy, and the King of France
begged for mercy, and soon you will, but like them, you are too LATE.

 Now from 1 Samuel chapter 16 verses 1-13;

               The Lord said to Samuel, How long will you grieve over Saul? 
                I have rejected him from being king over Israel. Fill your horn 
                with oil and set out; I will send you to Jesse the Bethlehemite, 
                for I have provided for Myself a king among his sons." Samuel
               said, "How can I go? If Saul hears of it, he will kill me." And the 
               Lord said, "Take a heifer with you, and say, I have come to 
               sacrifice to the Lord. Invite Jesse to the sacrifice, and I will show 
               you what you shall do; and you shall anoint for Me the one whom 
               I name to you." Samuel did what the Lord commanded, and came 
               to Bethlehem. The elders of the city came to meet him trembling, 
               and said, "Do you come peaceably?" He said, "Peaceably; I have 
               come to sacrifice to the Lord; sanctify yourselves and come with 
               me to the sacrifice." And he sanctified Jesse and his sons and 
               invited them to the sacrifice. When they came, he looked on Eliab 
               and thought , "Surely the Lord's anointed is now before the Lord." 
               But the Lord said to Samuel, "Do not look on his appearance or
               on the height of his stature, because I have rejected him; for the 
               Lord does not see as mortals see; they look on the outward
               appearance, but the lord looks on the heart." Then Jesse called 
               Abinadab, and made him pass before Samuel. He said, "Neither 
               has the Lord chosen this one." Then Jesse made Shammah pass 
               by. And he said "Neither has the Lord chosen this one." Jesse 
               made seven of his sons pass before Samuel, and Samuel said to 
               Jesse, "The Lord has not chosen any of these." Samuel said to
               Jesse, "Are all your sons here?" And he said, "There remains yet 
               the youngest, but he is keeping the sheep." And Samuel said to 
               Jesse, "Send and bring him; for we will not sit down until he comes 
               here." He sent and brought him in . Now he was ruddy, and had 
               beautiful eyes, and was handsome. The Lord said, "Rise and anoint 
               him; for he is the one." Then Samuel took the horn of oil, and 
               anointed him in the presence of his brothers; and the spirit of the 
               Lord came mightily upon David from that day forward.

 Now it is written in the "Little Book" in Quatrain 6.13 that "A Pope
will not want him to reign.", then in Q 4.86 the "king will be 
received and anointed at Reims and Aix." Now this ties in with David
as he was an anointed king, also Reims is where Joan of Arc took
Charles to be anointed, Charles the 7th, I am also the seventh. As
David was anointed before his brothers, our Lord Jesus Christ will
force His Church to anoint His second son. Then from Q 4.77 "kingdoms
united by the Christian king of the world."

 Saul was troubled by an evil spirit and he sent messengers
to Jesse to send David to play the harp when Saul was troubled.
So David went and became his armor bearer and played the harp 
for Saul to refresh him when he was troubled.

 Then a giant of a man in stature, Goliath the Philistine, had
threatened the men of Israel and all were afraid. David had 
gone home to tend the sheep when his father sent him with food
for his brothers, where he heard the Philistine threaten the
Israelites and curse God. Then David said to Saul that he would 
go and fight the Philistine, but Saul said he was to young. Then 
David told him about the lion and the bear which he had killed. 
So Saul gave him some armor which David rejected and he went to 
the river and picked up 5 smooth stones, and placed them in his
shepherds bag and with his sling he went to meet the Philistine.

 Goliath mocked David and cursed him by all his gods and said
he would make him food for the wild animals. But David said
that the God of Israel would deliver him into his hand, and that
he would cut of his head. Then as Goliath drew near to do battle,
David put a stone in his sling and hit Goliath in the forehead,
and knocked him out. He then went and took Goliath's own sword,
and cut his head off.

 David's name grew in the eyes of the people and Saul became
very jealous, and wanted him dead, but the Lord was with David
and protected him from all his enemies. While Saul was trying
to kill David, on more than one occasion did David spare the 
life of Saul. David always was protecting his people and his
King from their enemies, but jealousy raged in Saul's heart
until finally when a battle with the Philistines was going 
bad, Saul killed himself.

 Then David set about to unite all the tribes of Israel, and to
eventually make Jerusalem his capital. Where his son would
build a house for the Lord of Hosts, and a place where the Arc
of the Covenant would rest and be worshiped by His people.

 David made a mistake when he numbered the people after not
heeding the words of Joab. David was forced to choose between
seven years of famine, or for three months he would flee from his
enemies, or that there be pestilence in the land for three days.
He chose three days of pestilence, and seventy thousand died.
Unfortunately this appears to be part of my destiny and as I
wrote the quatrain that speaks of this I felt his spirit, as the 
tears rolled down my face. I have no doubt that I can make a
mistake, as I've made many in my life, and can only try to make as
few as possible in the time I have left.

 Just before leaving Seattle I completely rebuilt a Thunderbird
(a 26' sailboat) for a trip to Alaska. The trip is a long story,
but on it during a gale was when I felt David's spirit the 
strongest as his hand reached out and held my anchor. I was in
a small cove called Whitestone Harbor when a big gale blew in,
and as I was motoring for a more sheltered spot, the motor died. 
Before I went aground I tossed my little anchor in to stop the
boat before it hit the rocks. I was told the hand of David 
was holding the anchor and that I would be fine, if I just read 
the Bible and fasted for two days. My response was that I would 
fast for four days if they would spare my boat. But I cried and 
said, you lie though, so how do I know you will keep your word. So 
I gathered all my stuff by the door, in case I had to get out 
fast and tried to get comfortable and continued reading the Old 
Testament. It was at the time of the month (full moon) of the big
tides with twenty foot swings in the elevation of the sea. The wind 
was howling so bad that the whole boat would shutter and shake
violently, for two days the storm blew, and I was very afraid. 
The boat would lurch violently and jerk the anchor line, so that I
couldn't believe that it would hold. There is more to this story
but that will have to wait.

Quatrain 4.86

1 The year that Saturn in Aquarius shall be in,

2 conjunction with the sun, the king strong,

3 and powerful, in Reims and Aix shall be,

4 received and anointed, after conquests innocents murdered.


This is an unfortunate one about the trails that await, as you

read in this story about David, well this is what is talked about. How

David made a mistake and God made him choose between 3 things

that He would do to the people, and David wanted to die, but that was

not one of the options, so he chose, and 70,000 people died. As I climb

the ladder, the straighter my steps have to be, but I'll make a mistake

and I will suffer like David. I have to be anointed to fulfill other

prophecies, there appears to be no way around this, because I'm not

perfect. But I look at it like, I've been told that I'll be lucky to keep the

death toll under a billion and all I can do is effect the level. So lets say

there is a 200 million swing and I make a mistake, collateral damage is

the militaries term, and I suspect the number will be greater than

David's, but still a small fraction of the number helped. There is no

easy way out.

 Through Solomon is my blood tie to David. As David united all 
the tribes of Israel that is my task to help unite all the tribes
on earth. Help is the correct word like I've stated before
YOU have the biggest part.

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