The Mysteries of the Kingdom pt. 2.5 “The Bridegroom Cometh”

In the last part of this series I expounded upon The Wedding Feast, yet there was one thing about this prophetic event that I neglected to mention. I’ve decided to expound a little bit more before going onto my next topic.


When the Bridegroom is about to arrive, we read that his Bride is asleep.

We all of course would expect that the foolish virgins would fall asleep waiting… but notice in the scriptures that even the WISE virgins are asleep, too.

So right now the Bride of Christ is sleeping! His true followers are slumbering. They aren’t living the fulness of the gospel. Instead, they are living a dream. They are in a twilight zone.

The reason for this is that the Bridegroom did not come as quickly as expected.

Mathew 25:5 “When the bridegroom tarried, they all slumbered and slept.”

Christ was expected to come much sooner. According to Joseph Smith, September 11th of 1836 was the date that Zion was meant be established by. With Zion established, Christ could then rapture the inhabits thereof to stand on Mount Zion with him.

But Zion was not established. Therefore, the Bridegroom tarried.

Because of that, his Bride is now asleep. The second watch Saints are dead, and the third watch Saints are still under the veil that Joseph cast over the Saints as part of his intercessory offering. Joseph was told by God to, “make the heart of this people fat, and make their ears heavy, and shut their eyes.” (Isaiah 6:10)

Because Joseph shut the eyes of the Saints, the Lord then explains that none of the people will thus be converted and healed.

No one is converted, because those of the Bride are still asleep. Yet a cry will be made, and those that have slept will hear the call.

Mathew 25:6 “And at midnight there was a cry made, Behold, the bridegroom cometh; go ye out to meet him.”

Section 133 has TWO references about the Bridegroom. This is the first one:

10 Awake and arise and go forth to meet the Bridegroom…

12 Let them, therefore, who are among the Gentiles flee uto Zion.

Those verses explain that the virgins are told to WAKE UP, and then go to Zion. The wise virgins will then of course go to Zion. The foolish virgins, however, will still be trapped to Babylon, where they “buy and sell.” Because of this, the foolish virgins will not be a part of the Bride.

Then comes a second invitation to meet the Bridegroom.

17 For behold, the Lord God hath sent forth the angel crying through the midst of heaven, saying: Prepare ye the way of the Lord, and make his paths straight, for the hour of his coming is night–

18 When the Lamb shall stand upon Mount Zion, and with him a hundred and forty-four thousand, having his Father’s name written on their forheads.

19 Wherefore, prepare ye for the coming of the Bridegroom; go ye out to meet him.

This second invitation to meet the Bridegroom is in the same similtude of the prayer of Section 65:

1 Hearken, and lo, a voice as of one sent down from on high, who is mighty and powerful, whose going forth is unto the ends of the earth, yea, whose voice is unto men—Prepare ye the way of the Lord, make his paths straight.

2 The keys of the kingdom of God are committed unto man on the earth, and from thence shall the gospel roll forth unto the ends of the earth, as the stone which is cut out of the mountain without hands shall roll forth, until it has filled the whole earth.

3 Yea, a voice crying—Prepare ye the way of the Lord, prepare ye the supper of the Lamb, make ready for the Bridegroom.

The LDS church has forever believed that Section 65 is the evidence that the LDS church is doctrinally the stone cut out of the mountain without hands– that will not fall into aspostasy but overcome the kingdoms of this world– but this is completely erroneous.

The LDS church is no way shape or form destroying the kingdoms of this world…

Section 65 is a future event. It’s the SECOND invitation. Section 65 says the keys of the kingdom are commited unto man. But we know that’s not true in this current day. Joseph Smith holds the keys of the kingdom (eternally!) with Sidney and Frederick. (D&C 90:3)They were never bestowed upon Brigham Young or anyone else.

The Bride is asleep. God’s kingdom is not on the earth.

That’s why there is no mention of “awaking” in D&C 133:19 and in Section 65.

Once the cry is made for the Bride to wake up, THEN the keys of the kingdom will once again be upon the earth for the esatablishment of Zion.

The elect Bride will gather to Zion as promised, to be PREPARED (not protected) for the tribulations that will occur on the earth. (D&C 29:8)

Once they have been gathered, and raptured, there is another calling to go and prepare for the supper of the Lamb, the Bridegroom. (D&C 65, D&C 133:19)

Notice that the second invitation has nothing to do with MEETING the Bridegroom. Those that get the second invitation are the ones that go as GUESTS to celebrate the marriage between Christ and his church.

These guests are the replacements for the fallen angels who loved this estate more than their original estate with God. They chose the things of this world rather than that of the eternal world.

[Those who lose their estate, for Christ’ sake, will find it.]

After the day of power– the rapture– the poor, the lame, and the deaf will come and replace the children of the kingdom and partake in the supper of the Lamb.

Another group of souls that do accept the second call are the remnant mentioned in Section 45, gathered unto Kirtland/Jerusalem (verse 43) to witness Christ descending to the earth with His Bride.

The remnant are they who belong to Christ at his coming.

Mathew 24:

14 And the gospel of the kingdom shall be preached unto all nations; and then shall the end come. [the first elders returning to the earth!]

15 When ye therefore shall see the abomination of desolation, stand in the holy place, (whoso readeth; let him understand:)

[the holy place is Zion!]

16 Then let them which be in Judea flee into the mountains.

Verse 16 is a somewhat confusing verse, but through modern revelation we can understand its meaning.

Section 133:

12 Let them, therefore, who are among the Gentiles flee to Zion. [the holy place!]

13 And let them who be of Judah flee unto Jerusalem, unto the mountains of the Lord’s house.

What Jesus meant in Mathew 24, was that those of the tribe of Judah, would flee to Kirtland, which is the mountain of the Lord’ house. Those are his people, the Jews. They are not the elect, but they belong to Christ at his coming.

Those of Judah are not part of the Celestial Bride, which is made up of Ephraim/the other tribes of Israel.

Section 133:

32 And there shall they fall down and be crowned with glory, even in Zion, by the hands of the servants of the Lord, even the children of Ephraim.

33 And they shall be filled with songs of everlasting joy.

34 Behold, this is the blessing of the everlasting God upon the tribes of Israel, and the richer blessing upon the head of Ephraim and his fellows.

35 And they also of the tribe of Judah, after their pain, shall be sanctified in holiness before the Lord, to dwell in his presence day and night, forever and ever.

Judah is the remnant that will be sanctified after all of their pain, the second group to receive salvation.

The Terrestrial souls eventually become sanctified; and, in my opinion they basically become the same as those whom are Celestial.

They are sanctified to be with Christ forever, and ever, like the Celestial souls. The only big difference is that they do not receive a fulness of God’s glory.

They will not be raptured and receive the richer blessing that Ephraim (144,000 & others) receieved.

Is Judah the foolish virgins?

I do not believe so.

The foolish virgins are not accepted before the Lord.

I believe the foolish virgins are the tares (the angels of the devil) that have attached themselves to the wheat. The Lord does not open the door for them like he does for those of Judah, the remnant, when they finally make it to the mountain of the Lord’s house.


False Prophets pt. 4 “The Mormon Blogosphere”

Recently, I came across a passage in the New Testament, one which has truly come to reflect our current-day situation:

There are, it may be, so many kinds of voices in the world, and none of them is without signification.” 1 Cor 14:10

Right now there are many voices in the world. So many different opinions about Mormonism– each with their own slant on what is happening.

They are all significant.

Even if they are wrong, they are still significant.

This post is about all the Mormon blogs I follow, and my thoughts pertaining to each.



This has probably been my favorite blog over the past few years. It’s written by a very humble follower of Christ, someone by the name of Rock Waterman. His latest piece, however, is what inspired me to begin a review of his work, as well as others like him.

His latest piece is called, “On the High Road to Apostasy” which highlights many reasons why the LDS church is… well, on a high road to apostasy.

Everything in his post is correct. But this is what he’s been saying for 5+ years!

The LDS church is still his focal point. During his excommunication, Rock was shocked by what was happening. It took him by total surprise that they ex’d him in such an unsound and unscriptural manner.

But if the church is in apostasy, of course they aren’t going to be following the scriptures! He has been ex’d for over a year now, yet he still writes about the LDS church…

Nothing can be done about the church. Its bed has been made. This is the failing of Pure Mormonism.

Once you understand the prophetic events that are about to take place, the LDS church takes a backseat. Being excommunicated should be an eye-opener, a blessing, not a conondrum.

Rock is a wonderful man, and I love how valiant he has been in his search for truth. I believe that he will accept True Prophets when they arrive on scene. The only thing that stands between him and God is Denver Snuffer.


This is an incredible blog. Believe it or not, I have learned a lot from Adrian Larsen’s writings. He focuses on the scriptures and digs up hidden truths that everyone else seems to bypass.

His wife gave a talk at the Denver Snuffer Doctrine Conference; and it was awesome to discover that she is just as sharp as her husband, in some ways even more so. Her talk in fact brought tears to my eyes.

[update: I was informed by the author of To The Remnant, that the speaker at the Doctrine of Christ conference was not his [Adrian Larsen’s] wife, but his brother’s.]

These two are deeply commited to the cause of Christ, and have the best intentions of any.

How the Larsen’s happen to believe in Denver Snuffer as a prophet is not a huge shocker. Denver’s message appeals to the pure in heart– to those that truly want to live a Christ-like life.

Forget the church, follow Christ.”

This is the right message. And this is what attracts people to Denver Snuffer. However, Denver’s ministry is not in accordance to scriptural prophecy. That’s what makes him a danger to people’s salvation.

There are people who hold the belief that they can live the fulness of the gospel– as taught by DS. This is incorrect.

The fulness is not on the earth– and so long as people believe they are living it, this will become a huge stumbling-block.


This is a fascinating blog. The Anarchist is one of the most colorful personalities in Mormondom. He claims to be a prophet. Has many revelations, dreams, visions etc. all of which I find very fascinating.

Every post of his I am excited to read. He is full of light and truth. However, he happens to also be deceived on a number of issues.

In some areas of the scriptures, he is light years ahead of most. But like the Larsen’s, he has stumbling-blocks of his own.

He believes that there will be “Josephite” prophet from Lehi’s seed, who will be the major player in the last days. The Anarchist believes that this guy is the one mighty and strong who will gather the tribes of Israel and bring about Zion.

His failure to rethink this will prevent him from further understanding.

Because he considers himself a prophet, his beliefs are “revelations” that came from God. Because of this, he finds himself in no position to doubt or question those revelations. He has to stay true to his spiritual experiences which are what sustain his journey of faith.

Like those caught up in the grand delusion of the LDS church, the Anarchist must also recognize he has been deceived the same way all of us have been led astray.

Just as Mormons must discard their spirtual experiences that “the church is true” the Anarchist must discard his own.

Every single one of us has been deceived, and will continue to be to deceived until the fulness of the priesthood returns to the earth. However, the Anarchist has lots to offer, and I highly recommend reading through his writings.


There seems to be multiple authors who contribute to this blog. It contains very similar information that I, Watcher, and Searcher, have highlited on our blogs. [ ]

The biggest difference between this blog and the three of ours is the rejection of the Doctrine and Covenants.

The authors of “The Great and Marvelous Work” have been influenced by the writings of David Whitmer. Like Whitmer, they have concluded that Joseph Smith was commanded by God to only bring forth the Book of Mormon, and that everything else that followed was Joseph going beyond his bounds.

After reading David Whitmer’s “An Address to All Believers in Christ” I can empathize as to why they have made their dire conclusions.

It would make matters very simple to write off the LDS church as a whole.

However, to deny the revelations of Jesus Christ as contained in the D&C is a rejection of God’s word.

This is a big deal.

The Doctrine and Covenants is a very important canon of scripture. It is absolutely indispensible.


Similar to denying the D&C, the author of “In Defense of Joseph” has denied that Joseph was ever involved with the principle of polygamy.

Again, it would make matters very simple to adopt this frame of thought. Oh how great it would be to believe that Joseph was innocent of polygamy…

I, myself, believed this at one point.

There has been much good research done defending this. Richard and Pamela Price, for instance, have done a great job at presenting the case that Brigham Young & others began the practice, not Joseph.

Just as David Whitmer gives a plausible case for the denial of the D&C, there is a plausible case for a monogamist-Joseph Smith.

These are significant voices.

Everyone must study the evidence and prayerfully consider these perspectives.

I am of the belief that one must accept that Joseph stopped abiding in the Lord in order for them to fully understand the secret history of Mormonism. I believe that those who believe him to be innocent are under the influence of a very seductive false spirit.

It feels good to believe that Joseph is innocent.

I understand this, and empathize with those who hold this position. The secular evidence is not entirely conclusive.

My belief that Joseph was guilty of polygamy– comitting treachery against the wife of his youth– is rooted from biblical and modern prophecy pertaining to him.


This is a site much like Adrian Larsen’s, To The Remnant.

AB has a knack for writing some great stuff. But like Larsen, the Anonymous Bishop is caught up in the Denver delusion. It is very rare that he even makes mention of DS, but he has alluded to him just enough times to make it clear that he DOES believe Denver Snuffer to be a true messenger.

Not only does AB write good articles, the comments sections explode with great discussion, to which I even chime in.


Like the Anonymous Bishop is similar to To the Remnant, this blog is very similar to Pure Mormonism.

Zomarah and Rock continue to insistently write about the LDS church. All of its problems and issues.

The fact of the matter is that there are literally hundreds of problems and none of it is ever going to change.


This brings me to the reason I decided to write this post.

I believe that I have the answers to which all of these other voices are seeking, or claim to have found.

I believe I have the missing pieces.

My next post, which will be titled “Mysteries of the Kingdom pt. 3”, will outline exactly what is going to occur in the near future, by detailing where we are in the prophetic timeline, as recorded in the Book of Revelation.

I believe if you have an understanding of prophecy, the problems in the church will become irrelevent to you, same with Denver Snuffer.

[Not only will DS appear irrelevent, but dangerous even.]

Lastly, I want to return back to the original scripture I shared:

There are, it may be, so many kinds of voices in the world, and none of them is without signification.” 1 Cor 14:10

Remember that God has ordained all of these conflicting voices, and they all have a very important place.

Rock Waterman opened my eyes to many issues about the LDS church; Denver Snuffer even taught me many things– albeit years ago.

It’s up to each of us to figure out the truth in between all of them.

When the Lord brings again Zion, his watchmen will finally see eye to eye. (Isaiah 52:8) Until then, we must be very, very careful–

because none of us will see on the exact same page until then.

My hope is that my next post will be of great use to those seeking the truth. Even if someone may disagree with everything else I’ve written, I think my next post will be very important regardless.

I don’t mean to sound prideful and arrogant. I don’t have all the answers, and I certainly am no more righteous than the next person.

All I mean to say is that these voices in the Mormon blogosphere are deeply flawed in one way or another.

My next post will prove this.

My next post will provide the keys to avoid being deceived by false prophets– in and out of the LDS church.

I of course challenge anyone who happens to read it to find flaws therein. If I am wrong, I will gladly change my paradigm.

I seek the truth and nothing else. This has nothing to do with me. I have been wrong in my life about nearly everything. I’m not afraid to be wrong again. We must all be humble and willing to rethink our beliefs.


The Mysteries of the Kingdom pt. 2 “The Wedding Feast”

For those whom have ears to hear:

This is the true meaning behind the parable of the wedding feast.

One key of unlocking its meaning is in Mathew 8, where a gentile Centurion asks Jesus to heal his servant. Jesus heals the servant and has this to say: “I have not found so great faith, no, not in Israel.”

This is of course a foreshadowing that eventually the gospel would go to the Gentiles.

But in these same passages of Jesus’ encounter with the Centurion, he says to his followers, “Many shall come from the east and west, and shall sit down with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, in the kingdom of heaven. But the children of the kingdom shall be cast out into outer darkness.” (Mathew 8:11-12)

The children of the kingdom.

Who are these?

These are they that go into outer darkness.

The devil and his angels!

The devil and his angels were ORIGINALLY the children of the kingdom.

Those that come from the east and the west, are the REPLACEMENTS for the fallen angels.

This is not the Jews. Some have believed that the “children of the kingdom” refer to the Jews, but this is not correct.

It is not correct because the Jews are not cast into outer darkness! After their pain and sorrows, they are sanctified to be with the Lord forever.

The children of the kingdom are the fallen angels that chose Satan in the pre-existence, and came to this earth to wreak havoc in their rebellion.


Now let’s move on to the parable of the wedding feast.

I honestly don’t know how many other people have figured this out. For all I know it’s common knowledge, but I myself have never read anyone write about this before in an in-depth fashion.

In Mathew 22 we read that a King (God) made a marriage for his Son (Jesus Christ), and he sends forth servants (disciples/prophets of God) to call those that were bidden to the wedding.

We read that those that were invited, don’t come to the wedding! Some even slay the servants that are bringing the invitation.

When this happens, the King destroys the city!

At this point in time the King says that, “the wedding is ready, but they were which were bidden were not worthy.” (Mat 22:7)

The children of the kingdom who had always been INVITED to the wedding, are no longer worthy to come. Those are the angels that have FALLEN from their position.

That’s why the servants go and find as many as they can to fill in for the children of the kingdom. Many from east to west.

Those that come from east and west will come and be at the wedding.

But there’s one piece of the story left:

Those that are coming from east to west to replace those that already had invitations are coming as GUESTS. They are not coming as part of the BRIDE.

That’s why in verse 8, the King says that the wedding is ready. The Bride is already with the Bridegroom via the rapture.

So who is the Bride?

The Bride is the children of the kingdom that REMAINED worthy and did not fall from grace. They were children of God in the pre-existence, and remained such their whole life.

Mathew 25:31

31 When the Son of man shall come in his glory, and all the holy angels with him [the BRIDE], then shall he sit upon the throne of his glory:

32 And before him shall be gathered all nations: and he shall separate them one from another, as a shepherd divideth his sheep from the goats.

The sheep are called by Jesus as RIGHTEOUS. (Mathew 25:46)

The goats are UNJUST, and must endure spiritual prison until the fulness of times.

The fallen children of the kingdom are FILTHY, and will be cast out forever.

The children of the kingdom, the Bride, who come forth in the first resurrection as angels are HOLY.

This is what Revelation 22 talks about when speaking of the resurrection of all souls:

11 He that is unjust, let him be unjust still: and he which is filthy, shall be filthy still: and he that is righteous, let him be righteous still: and he that is holy, let him be holy still.

12 And behold, I come quickly; and my reward is with me, to give every man according as his work shall be.

For more clarification:

Holy – Celestial Kingdom

Righteous – Terrestial Kingdom

Unjust – Telestial Kingdom

Filthy – outer darkness

Another scriptural support for this is in Section 58:

9 Yea, a supper of the house of the Lord, well prepared, unto which all nations shall be invited.

10 First, the rich and the learned, the wise and the noble; [the filthy children of the kingdom]

11 And after that cometh the day of my power; then shall the poor, the lame, and the blind, and the deaf, [the righteous] come in unto the marriage of the Lamb [between the Bridegroom and the holy Bride], and partake of the supper of the Lord, prepared for the great day to come.

As documented here, we learn that the rich, wise, and the learned are the first ones to receive the invitation. These are most assuredly the children of the kingdom that Mathew 8 referred to.

THEN… after the day of the Lord’s POWER, when the Wedding is ready, the righteous are then invited.

Mathew 25 explains that the righteous are simply those that were good people in this life. They are not made holy through faith in the blood of Jesus Christ– and receive a fulness of the Father– but they did many kind and wonderful things here on earth. That’s why they are given the chance to partake in the supper in celebration of Jesus Christ and his redeemed.

I know there is no one righteous on earth– “no, not one”– but in order for their to be a celebration, there needs to be guests. Because the children of the kingdom fell, that opened up a spot for those that were kind people.

Returning back to the parable in Mathew 22, I have one last piece of evidence that backs up the concept I’m doing my best to explain.

In verse 12, the King approaches someone who does not have a wedding garment on at the supper. To one of the guests, says he, “Friend, how camest thou in hither not having a wedding garment?”

The King then casts out the guest who is without a wedding garment into outer darkness.

The keyword here that proves my idea is that the King uses the word, Friend.

The King, or God, knew this guest intimately– that’s why he uses the word Friend. This person was once a child of the kingdom. But they are no longer worthy to be in heaven. They are filthy– without a wedding garment– and must be cast out into outer darkness.

Other questions to consider:

John the Baptist considers himself a Friend of the Bridegroom, not part of the Bride. (John 3:29) Why might that be?


Where does Judah fit into the picture? In Section 133 verse 35 it reads, “the tribe of Judah, after their pain, shall be sanctified in holiness before the Lord to dwell in his presence.”

Food for thought.

Thanks for reading. I hope I explained this is as coherently as I could.



The Mysteries of the Kingdom pt. 1

One of the most fascinating things I discovered in my search for truth was the realization that our perception of reality is an illusion. We are not who we think we are; and people are not what they appear.

I believe that there are angels and demons on the earth– and everything in between.

We have both sides of the spectrum, from the Lord Jesus Christ, to the man of Sin, Satan/Lucifer.

As God came to the earth in the person of Jesus, Satan does/has as well. This is scripturally supported. Those that followed Satan in the pre-existence also come to the earth and participate in this mortal probation.

The third portion of spirits that followed Satan are all around us…

But I’m not going to argue those points. If you don’t already know this or believe this, you need to figure it out on your own. And I’m not saying go pray about it… I’m saying go read the scriptures and find out what they actually say.

The LDS church has indoctrinated its members with a false concept of reality. They’ve dumbed down the plan of salvation.

Dumbed it way down.

Things are beyond complex. I couldn’t even begin to explain some of the things that have come to my understanding. However, most of my realizations would not be believed.

I believe the celestial souls will come to understand the true doctrines of the plan of salvation according to the time in which God reveals it unto them.

There is a reason that Jesus spoke unto us in parables.

Unto you [the celestial souls, his believers] it is given to know the mysteries of the kingdom of God: but unto them that are without, all these things are done in parables.” Mark 4:11

Jesus promised that that the mysteries of God would be revealed to his true followers.

We will know the truth!

The rest of the world will see the Bible & other scripture as incoherent and contradictory. They will see God’s word as nothing but stories to be forgotten and discarded. Those of unbelief will thus never uncover the mystery behind this life.

The world continues in ignorance/sin/wickedness.

Meanwhile, the truth can be found. Yet only the celestial souls can spot it. They have to weave their way through all the differing opinions and viewpoints of the world. All Christians and Mormons are divided amongst themselves on a host of issues.

No one agrees. No one sees eye to eye.

The celestial is the portion of mankind that will know the truth.

But even they are currently deceived in one way or another. Even if the celestial may be able to explain the entire plan of salvation, they are assuredly deceived in another area.

They are still seeped in sin, which is another form of deception. Until the Lord sets his hand again the second time, his people will remain in a lost and fallen state.

But the time will come when Jesus will no longer speak in parable/scripture. (John 16:25) This will be in the dispensation of the fulness of times.

When we receive the fulness of the Holy Ghost, we are promised to be taught ALL things.

Jesus’ apostles had the Holy Ghost with them, but only at a later time would it dwell IN them. (John 14:17)

It dwelt IN them at Pentecost as recorded in Acts 2. At that point in time they would no longer have needed scripture. They had the Holy Ghost inside them, which would then be able to teach them ALL truth.

We are in the same situation as the apostles of Jesus Christ.

The Holy Ghost is with us, but it is not IN us, teaching all truth. By the power of the Holy Ghost we may certainly know the truth of all things, just like Moroni taught–

But the only problem is…

we don’t have access to the Holy Ghost right now! Not yet.

Right now we can’t receive the truth of all things. Instead we have to read through the scriptures for the enlightenment we need.

That’s why Moroni’s promise (Moroni 10:5) is technically not to the Gentiles which currently have the Book of Mormon at their disposal; it’s to the Lamanites when THEY receive the record via the Gentiles in the final dispensation. Read the text very carefully and you’ll notice that.

One of the Lamanites spiritual gifts is the access to the Holy Ghost. The Gentiles DO NOT have this spiritual gift according to the D&C.

The gifts of God are without repentance.

The Lamanites receive the Holy Ghost by the grace of God.

The Gentiles receive the Holy Ghost by the grace of God once the Gentiles repent and become clean before the Lord.

This hasn’t happened to the Gentiles, which is why they don’t have the Holy Ghost to teach them all things.

Until we have been baptized by fire and the Holy Ghost, we continue to learn about God and his kingdom through the scriptures.

Through parables.

I am now going to begin this series by expounding upon The Wedding Feast, one of the parables; and in doing so, I will demonstrate exactly how complex the TRUE plan of salvation is.

It is my hope that this will open the minds of anyone who might read this. All I desire is for people to throw out their false traditions and start thinking for themselves.

God has made all of this extremely complicated.

He did this, so only his true believers would ever know the truth. It hasn’t been splashed out there for the world to see.

It can only be understood spiritually–

by those who seek the truth.

The mysteries of the kingdom are being realized.