The Melchizedek Scroll

Time of the Jubilee

Moses has said, “Indeed, it is a Jubilee. It will be holy for you.” (Leviticus 25:12)

(…) And concerning what Scripture says, “In this year of Jubilee you shall return, everyone of you, to your property.” (Leviticus 25:13) And what is also written; “And this is the manner of the remission: every creditor shall remit the claim that is held against a neighbor, not exacting it of a neighbor who is a member of the community, because God’s remission has been proclaimed.” (Deuteronomy 15:2) The interpretation is that it applies to the Last Days and concerns the captives, just as Isaiah said, “To proclaim the freedom to the captives.” (Isaiah 61:1) The interpretation is that He will assign them to the Sons of Heaven and the lot of Melchizedek, for He will cast their lot amid the portions of Melchizedek, who will return them to what is rightfully theirs. He will proclaim to them the freedom, thereby releasing them from the debt of all their sins. He shall proclaim this decree in the first week of the jubilee period that follows nine jubilee periods.


Day of Atonement

Then the “Day of Atonement” shall follow after the tenth jubilee period, when He shall atone for all the Sons of Light, and the people of the lot of Melchizedek. For this is the time decreed for the “Year of Melchizedek’s favor,” and by His might He will judge God’s holy ones, and so establish a righteous kingdom, as it is written about Him in the Songs of David; “A godlike being has taken his place in the council of God; in the midst of divine beings he holds judgment.” Psalm 82:1) Scripture also says about him, “Over it take your seat in the highest heaven; a divine being will judge the peoples.” (Psalm 7:7-8) Concerning what scripture says, “How long will you judge unjustly, and show partiality with the wicked? Selah.” (Psalm 82:2) The interpretation applies to Belial and the spirits of his lot, because all of them have rebelled, turning from God’s precepts, and so becoming utterly wicked. Therefore Melchizedek will thoroughly prosecute the vengeance required by God’s statutes. He will deliver all the captives from the power of Belial, and from the power of all the spirits in his lot. Allied with him will be all the righteous divine beings, to come to His aid, to attend to the destruction of Belial. (…)


The Day of Salvation

The visitation is the Day of Salvation that He has decreed through Isaiah the prophet, concerning all the captives, as Scripture says, “How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of the messenger who announces peace, who brings good news, who announces salvation, who says to Zion, ‘Your God reigns.’”  (Isaiah 52:7)

This is the interpretation. “The mountains” are the prophets, they who were sent to proclaim God’s truth, and to prophesy to all Israel. “The messenger” is the Anointed One of the Spirit, of whom Daniel said, “After the sixty-two weeks, an Anointed shall be cut off.” (Daniel 9:26) The “messenger who brings good news, who announces Salvation” is the one of whom it is written; “to proclaim the year of the favor of YHWH, the day of the vengeance of our God; to comfort all who mourn; to provide for those who mourn in Zion.” (Isaiah 61:2-3) This is the interpretation. He is to instruct them about all the ages of history for eternity. [He will instruct them] in the statutes of the truth. [He will cause] dominion to pass from Belial, and return to the Sons of Light. [He will reign] by the judgment of God, just as it is written concerning Him, “who says to Zion, ‘Your God reigns.’” (Isaiah 52:7) “Zion” is the congregation of all the Sons of Righteousness, who uphold the covenant, and turn from walking in the way of the nations. “Your God” is Melchizedek, who will deliver them from the power of Belial. Concerning what Scripture says, “Then you shall have the trumpet sounded loud; in the seventh month…” (Leviticus 25:9.)

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