The Trumpet of the Lord
His Prophet Emerges

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The Appointed Time

The heart of man plans his way, but the LORD establishes his steps.

Proverbs 16:9 (ESV)

Last September 2020, after 55 years, God began speaking, telling me it was time to begin. I thought he was going to start pushing my calling out right then. Well, we are seldom in sync with what God really wants. Yes, he wanted me to begin, but to begin putting the final pieces in place. Well, I am almost there, and if I can match his plan, it will be soon. Keep an eye, as it will be good!

When John the Baptist was young, God sent him into the wilderness to prepare and keep him until the appointed time. When this prophet emerged from the wilderness, he came preaching a message of repentance and bringing a restoration of understanding of the kingdom of God. John came as The Kings Messenger to prepare the way.

The second time Jesus is coming to claim those who love him. Both times the scriptures prophesied that he would send his messenger ahead of him, calling for repentance and restoring understanding. This second time he will set a fire of passion in the Bride for the kingdom they will inherit and rule. This Passion is of supreme importance as it will be the key to choosing those who are Raptured as they will become the rulers over HIS creation and the only ones to live in the New Jerusalem as the Royal Family. These saints must have the same passionate love and desire for the kingdom of God that Jesus has. Nowhere in the Bible does it teach that salvation is the only requirement. It is only the first step. However, SEVEN passages in the Bible reveal a pattern that only those with Passion for Jesus will be Raptured.

God placed a calling on my life as a “Timepiece” in his kingdom and pointed to Matthew 25:6 when he said: “You are the voice that cries out at midnight, and will bring a restoration of understanding to prepare my Church for the Rapture. But you must remain silent until The Appointed Time.”

In the years that followed, God has kept me hidden in a wilderness of silence. Teaching me through visions, visitations, and taking me through the heavenlies and the span of eternity, from the creation and far into the eons of ages to come to prepare me for this point in time. Finally, he gave me the book: Tell Them to Prepare – The Final Restoration.

Elijah Must Come

As I finished the book, the Lord told me to read the story of the mount of transfiguration (Matthew 17:1-13 and Mark 9:1-13). Then he said, “Do you remember what I said in Proverbs 25:2?

It is the glory of God to conceal things,
but the glory of kings is to search things out.

Proverbs 25:2

Turning to that verse, I read it and asked what he was trying to teach me. He pointed to Matthew 17:13 and to study those words.

He answered, “Elijah does come, and he will restore all things…”

Matthew 17:13 (ESV)

I did not understand what he was saying to me. “OK, you’re talking about John the Baptist here, right?” Still wondering what he was trying to teach me. Finally, he replied: “Look at the verb tense for: ‘does come.'” The verb tense? I looked up the reference which was “present-perfect,” and means “current and ongoing.”

Still scratching my head, I asked, “What are you trying to say.” He replied, “Where was John the Baptist when I said this?” So I began skimming backward through the chapters looking for John the Baptist, stopping at Matthew 14 when he was executed. Then he said, “If I were speaking only of John the Baptist, I would have used a past-tense verb, ‘did come,’ which would have ended with him. But I am using a present-tense verb which is current and ongoing.

The King’s Messenger

Then he began teaching: “When a king is going to visit another domain, he sends his messenger ahead of him to prepare for his coming. This messenger is given unique and important information that the king imparts to his messenger to teach and prepare the people. How to dress, where to stand, what to say, and what not to say. Otherwise, some might offend the king’s honor and be killed (or left behind) for transgressions of the kingdom (the five foolish virgins of Matthew 25:1-13). This practice has been done throughout the ages in many kingdoms and is continued even to this day. It is not something that we should be ignorant of.”

He then continued saying, “You are not only ‘The voice that cries out at midnight,‘ you are: ‘The King’s Messenger‘ sent to prepare the people. Now turn to Malachi (which means “His Messenger), and I will open that book before you.”

Over the years of training, God demonstrated that God’s desire for His Bride is to pursue Jesus with the same level of passion and zeal that Jesus displayed when he was on earth in pursuing his people. And this is revealed in many scriptures throughout the Bible. The Bride of Christ must have the same PASSION and LOVE that Jesus has because they will rule over the Kingdom of God with Jesus from New Jerusalem (Revelation 21:9). The Rapture of the Bride is not just a transformation! It is establishing the Royal Family that will rule over ALL of God’s creation. If they are not in Love with the Groom, they are not worthy of the throne (this is revealed in Matthew 25:1-13)!

We must have a PASSION for the ways of HIS Kingdom over the kingdoms of this world. He wants you to desire the Kingdom’s Culture of Heaven and belong not only to HIM but the culture of HIS Kingdom should be a greater desire than the things of this world which is passing away. Unfortunately, very few understand what I am saying here, for Christians of this age have become dull of understanding. They want to make excuses and soften the commandments of God to satisfy their lust for the ways of this world. They do not understand that the ways of God’s Kingdom do not change, and this attitude will cause them to be LEFT BEHIND! And those left behind are demonstrated in Malichi 3 below. Malachi is as much a book of the last days as the book Revelation.

The Book of Remembrance
16 Then those who feared the LORD spoke with one another. The LORD paid attention and heard them, and a book of remembrance was written before him of those who feared the LORD and esteemed his name. 17 “They shall be mine, says the LORD of hosts, in the day when I make up my treasured possession, and I will spare (Rapture) them as a man spares his son who serves him. 18 Then once more you shall see the distinction between the righteous and the wicked, between one who serves God and one who does not serve him (Left Behind).

Malachi 3:16–18 (ESV) (Emphasis added)

All of Christendom is looking for something to happen to bring the Bride of Christ together to prepare for the Rapture.  God has trained me for over 55 years commanding me to silence until the appointed time, and taken me through the span of eternity, showing me his kingdom and the creation of the earth and far into the eons of the future to prepare me for this singular point in time to bring the “Final Restoration,” to awaken the Bride of Christ and ignite the PASSION within her to stand up and proclaim the glory of God in this world before the day of Glory, the Rapture.

4 “Remember the law of my servant Moses, the statutes and rules that I commanded him at Horeb for all Israel (and we have been grafted in with Israel, of those who honor God). 5 “Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the great and awesome day of the LORD comes. 6 And he will turn the hearts (restoration) of fathers to their children and the hearts of children to their fathers, lest I come and strike the land with a decree of utter destruction.”

Malachi 4:5-6 (ESV)

This restoration is the fulfillment of this verse, and there is more here than most understand. It is a call to return to the ways of God. The hearts of the fathers are the Jews, and the hearts of the children are Christians. But what is it in their hearts that must be turned, and neither of them knows or expects this to happen? But he has revealed it to his prophet.

His Prophet Emerges

Brother David Jeremiah does not know me, but he knows the Bible and God appointed me a Timepiece in his kingdom to restore understanding to the Church to prepare you for the Rapture. Despite my many rebellions and failures, he has not removed that calling from my life. It is now time for his messenger to emerge from the wilderness and complete what he has been trained for.

God has always appointed special days to mark the beginning of events established in his word, and this one is no different. He has prepared me for one specific point in time, holding me back until his time was right. Finally, he began revealing it was time and has instructed that on September 7, 2021, Rosh Hashana (The Jewish New Year) would be the beginning.  This begins a time of repentance for his people, and in these last days, both the Christians and Jews must seek him with repentance and return to his word and his ways. 

As Jesus taught in Matthew 25, the three judgments of the last days. The first two are for those who consider themselves Christians. But, just being a Christian does not qualify one for the Rapture. Matthew 7:21-23 Jesus teaches us that just saying “Jesus is Lord” is not enough to enter the Kingdom of Heaven. Only those who do the commands of the Father. There will be those who seek to do his will and those who do not. But only the ones who are passionately in love with Jesus, the wise virgins, are Raptured and enter his kingdom as the bride of Christ to live and rule from the New Jerusalem. Those who are foolish in their relationship are also Christians, but because they did not have a passionate relationship with Jesus, they are left behind to go through the Tribulation. When he returns, they will enter into his kingdom as the subjects of the nations of his kingdom. And there will be those mentioned in Matthew 25:14-30 who consider themselves Christians, but like the wicked servant did not believe and did not develop any relationship with Jesus who will be thrown into hell. Which of these three groups of Christians do you fall into?

The amount of revelation God has released is more than one can imagine, but this introduction sets the stage for him to reveal his kingdom to his people. He wants everyone to understand that his kingdom is the ultimate revelation and how we respond to it will determine our destiny. You must decide! Will you enter celebrating his kingdom as the wife of Jesus to rule and reign in the New Jerusalem or live among the nations of his kingdom as one of his subjects, or will you end up in hell because you thought this was foolery and ignored it? The decision is yours!

Live in God’s Passion!

Richard Billingsley


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