Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Bob Beck "Take Back Your Power" MINI clip as to how electric blood purifier works ALL Parts 1-13 Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9 Part 10 Part 11 Part 12 Part 13 Bob Beck Lecture About Dr. Beck Beck Protocol Summary Blood Electrification Simulated Electronic Function of Dr. Beck's Blood Electrification Circuit How to Construct a Blood Electrifier Circuit following Dr. Beck Custom Built Bob Beck Protocol Blood Electrifier & Silver Generator BLOOD ELECTRIFICATION & COLLOIDAL SILVER GENERATING UNIT / KIT <VARIOUS

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Rebekah-The True Bride

Jim Staley - Case for the Covenant (And the Reason for the Second Coming)

Law or Grace Part 1 Part 2

Jim Staley; Fight for the Bride Entire series 1-6 Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6

Jim Staley - The "Sons of God" and the Nephilim

Identity Crisis Parts 1-9/ Entire segement: Jim Staley Entire conference Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 5 Part 6 Part 7 Part 8 Part 9

Jim Staley: The End of the Age-Understanding Prophecy-The Rapture part 1 part 2 part3 part4 Marv Rosenthal Pre-wrath rapture

Friday, October 21, 2011

(1) Truth or Tradition & (2) God's Prophetic Calendar



The Loneliness of the Christian; A.W. Tozer

The loneliness of the Christian results from his walk with God in an
ungodly world, a walk that must often take him away from the
... fellowship of good Christians as well as from that of the unregenerate

His God-given instincts cry out for companionship with others of his
kind, others who can understand his longings, his aspirations, his
absorptions in the love of Christ; and because with his circle of friends
there are few who share his inner experiences, he's forced to walk alone.

The unsatisfied longings of the prophets for human understanding caused
them to cry out in their complaint, and even our Lord himself suffered in
the same way.

The man (or woman) who has passed on into the divine Presence in actual
inner experience will not find many who understand him. He finds few
who care to talk about that which is the supreme object of his interest, so
he is often silent and preoccupied in the midst of noisy religious shoptalk.

For this he earns the reputation of being dull and over-serious, so he is
avoided, and the gulf between him and society widens. He searches for the
friends upon whose garments he can detect the smell of myrrh and aloes
and cassia out of the ivory palaces, and finding few or none, he, like Mary
of old, keeps these things in his heart.

It is this very loneliness that throws him back upon God. His inability to find
human companionship drives him to seek in God what he can find nowhere
else. ♥

Unleavened Bread Ministries........ Bride written article Bride radio

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

The Bride Of Christ Is A Remnant....

Marilyn Higgins      For thy Maker is thine husband; the LORD of hosts is His name; and thy Redeemer the Holy
One of Israel; The God of the whole earth shall He be called.  —Isaiah 54:5

From Genesis to Revelation, the Scriptures reveal God's desire to have an intimate relationship with mankind and dwell in His presence.  Yet, as much as the Creator wanted to lavish His love upon man, He would only do so if man mutually agreed to this relationship.  For this reason God created man with a free will, allowing him to choose if he wanted to dwell and walk with God in all eternity.  Today, our Heavenly Father continues to extend that choice to His family of believers—allowing them to determine what kind of relationship they want with God. 

For each of the different types of relationships described in the Bible—whether it be a body, family, a vineyard or an army—God’s greatest desire was for a more intimate relationship—one which could only be pictured between a husband and wife.  To demonstrate this, God chose to use the marriage relationship as a “type or shadow” to the degree of intimacy He wanted with His church.  The marriage between Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden was a prophetic foreshadow of Christ being married to His bride, the church.

Genesis 2:23-24 says:

And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man.  Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.

These same words are spoken again in the book of Ephesians 5:30-32:

For we are members of His body, of His flesh, and of His bones.  For this cause shall a man leave his father and mother, and shall be joined unto his wife, and they two shall be one flesh.  This is a great mystery: but I speak concerning Christ and the church.

The Bible gives us parallels between Adam and Jesus, naming Adam as “the first man Adam” and Jesus as “the last Adam.” 

We read in Genesis 1:26, “And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness.”  In Philippians 2:6-7, we see the Lord described as being in the likeness of man:  “Who, being in the form of God, thought it not robbery to be equal with God: but made Himself of no reputation, and took upon Him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men.”  This is mentioned again in 1 Corinthians 15:45-47.

We also see how Adam was named as King of the Earth.  Psalm 8:3-6 says:
When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which Thou hast ordained; what is man, that thou art mindful of him?  and the son of man, that Thou visitest him?  For Thou hast made him a little lower than the angels, and hast crowned him with glory and honor.  Thou madest him to have dominion over the works of Thy hands; Thou hast put all things under his feet.

All believers know Jesus is the “King of Kings” as described in Daniel’s night vision in 7:13-14:
I saw in the night visions, and, behold, One like the Son of man came with the clouds of heaven, and came to the Ancient of days, and they brought him near before him.  And there was given Him dominion, and glory, and a kingdom, that all people, nations, and languages, should serve Him: His dominion is an everlasting dominion, which shall not pass away, and His kingdom that which shall not be destroyed

God created Adam to have dominion over all the earth, ruling and reigning over God’s creation as a king over the earth.  With his authority, Adam named everything as we can see in Genesis 2:19-20.  This is a prophetic picture of Jesus Christ who has been given the name that is above every name, demonstrating His authority as mentioned in Philippians 2:7-11.

However, God determined it was not good for Adam to be alone, so He formed a help meet for him (Genesis 2:18).  The bride was a suitable match for him, completing him.  Just as God presented a “suitable” mate for Adam, so He will present Jesus, the last Adam, with a suitable bride.

The Scriptures tell us that God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam.  Genesis 2:21 says, “And the LORD God caused a deep sleep to fall upon Adam, and he slept: and he took one of his ribs, and closed up the flesh instead thereof.”

Following this incision to remove one of Adam’s rib (a small remnant), God fashions Eve; thus, the wedding in the Garden of Eden is a prophetic picture of His bride, the church, who will come out from the body of Christ, through the shedding of blood.

Just as Eve was taken from the side of Adam (his rib, that small segment which was 'closest'  to his heart) so the Bride of Christ will be taken from the body of Christ.   The Lord Jesus Christ's bride will be taken out from His body of believers from among those who are saved. 

The bride of Christ in Scriptures is pictured as a female, though the distinction of His bride being made up of males and females is irrelevant.  There is no gender in our heavenly position in Messiah.  Scriptures tell us we are all sons of God through faith.  Galatians 3:28 says, “There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”

Many Christians today believe the “body” and “Bride of Christ” are synonymous terms.  However, that is simply not true.  The Greek word, Ekklesia, means “congregation of believers” as referred to as His body in Ephesians 1:22-23.  The definition of “church” is “called out ones” and refers to the remnant that came out from the body and is set apart for Him alone.

Not everyone who has received the gift of salvation will respond to this closer walk.  Believers who continue to live a worldly, or carnal, lifestyle will not be ready to meet the Bridegroom.........~Doves Eyes~

Friday, May 20, 2011

A place to call "My Own"

Marilyn Higgins      My son Chaste suggested I create a blog site , and it was he who helped me set it all up; so, thank you, Hon!  This is not a place for 'journaling' thoughts and happenings as with most blogs; but rather, it is solely for the purpose of writing/keeping all of my poetry, notes, links and etc, those things which are important to me.

I believe that we are living in the last days and that the Lord is revealing those secrets and mysteries, which in ages past, have been kept hidden. As I sit and learn at Jesus's feet, the Holy Spirit is faithful to teach me the whole counsel of God  ~Doves Eyes ~

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Away With Me......

It seems as of late, I am keenley aware
Of something anew, a change in the air
Anticipation and yearnings, e'en groanings within
'Tis a daily occurrence, o'er and again

My spirit's awakening, I feel it inside
Is it the Lord, preparing His bride?
I feel I can breathe it, O what can it be;
What is it I sense; what is happening to me?

Is it foolish to think it's God's voice that I hear,
Drawing me, telling me His coming is near?
Is it wrong, even vain to suppose that I know,
Heaven's gate is to open, and soon I will go?

Perhaps it is hope's perfect work in my heart
A longing desire from this world to depart
My quickening spirit though, cannot deny
'Tis Jesus who's calling; yes! He draweth nigh

Hush, soul; quiet, spirit; simply listen and pray
Occupy till He cometh; be still and obey
Dove's eyes watch, Lo I'll hear His own words when He comes
"Away with Me now, it is time, My Fair One"

By: Marilyn Higgins; May 2009

Wednesday, April 27, 2011


In stillness I can hear Him; midst throngs I'm made aware
He's ever present near me; ne'er a time He isn't there
Each season of my life, tho, lends a cross I've always known
When companion doth surround me, in truth I'm kept alone

It matters not my being, that joy should fill my soul
Or flood-tides o'er take me, with sorrow, pain, and woe
Tho love be round about me, with family and with friend
Alas, I'm but a pilgrim, sojourning till life's end

God purposed this; He knew t'was best, for me this way to take
I'm set apart; claimed by The King, 'tis all for Jesus sake
My path at times has lonely been, and often have I cried
And lo He whispers in my ear, 'tis all for thee, My bride

The Master of the universe He is, and yet He's chosen me
To reign with Him in Heaven's court, throughout eternity
I'll run the race before me set; with patience to endure
My life, my heart, my faith like gold, by fire is made pure

By: Marilyn Higgins; December 2009

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

So, why Dove's Eyes.......

Marilyn Higgins  I chose to call my blog page Doves Eyes because....  

Behold, thou art fair, My love; behold, thou art fair; thou hast doves' eyes within thy locks.  Song of Songs 4:1a KJV

It is for this reason that God designed the bond of “oneness” in order for us to grow and deepen our relationship with Jesus and have eyes only for Him.

One who has “doves’ eyes” is seen as beautiful, like a turtledove with singleness of purpose and devotion to her mate for a lifetime. As believers, our eyes should be of spiritual perception, veiled with a beauty and love set apart for Christ alone.

The dove, a bird of love and sorrow, also served as an offering and sacrifice upon the altar for poor families, such as in the case of Mary and Joseph’s two turtledoves offering in Luke 2:23– 24. It is also symbolic of the Holy Spirit, as seen in Matthew 3:16 when the Holy Spirit came upon the Lord as a dove and helped Jesus complete His ministry while here on the earth.

The Lord desires to see the reflection of the Holy Spirit in our eyes. It is the Spirit that gently woos believers to come into a deeper intimacy and helps us prepare as the bride, just as Hegai, the king’s servant, helped Esther prepare for her king.

In the Song of Solomon 6:7-10 it says,

As a piece of a pomegranate are thy temples within thy locks. There are threescore queens, and fourscore concubines, and virgins without number. My dove, my undefiled is but one; she is the only one of her mother, she is the choice one of her that bare her. The daughters saw her, and blessed her; yea, the queens and the concubines, and they praised her. Who is she that looketh forth as the morning, fair as the moon, clear as the sun, and terrible as an army with banners?

For many are called, but few are chosen.  Matthew 22:14 KJV

Many followers have entered in through the door of salvation and are part of the Body of Christ and will enter into Heaven.  But, their hearts have turned away from the Holy Spirit's invitation to enter into a deeper intimacy with Jesus. The Lord calls those followers His concubines, queens, and virgins, as seen in Song of Songs 6:8.   The Bible says in Matthew 22:14, “For many are called, few are chosen.”  In this Scripture “are” is italicized; in other words, it was added by the editors and should read, “few choose.”  It is we who will determine how close we want to be with our Savior.

Revelation 3:20 says, Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear My voice, and open the door, I will come in to him, and will sup with him, and he with Me.

Our Heavenly Bridegroom refers to His beloved bride as the only “one” who has said yes to His request, “Open to Me,” and has entered into a deeper relationship, identifying with the shame of His sufferings and the full mystery of His death on the cross......~Doves Eyes~ 

Sunday, April 17, 2011


Mysteries hidden in Thy Word, revealed now to my heart
Secrets unbeknownst afore; ‘tis knowledge You impart
A little here, a little there, precepts and lines unveil
Renowned men of Ancient days, yea, angels in rebel

Wisdom’s treasure buried deep, to those that will, shall find
Teach me, Lord, Thy truth to know; quicken, Thee, my mind
Discernment crieth out to man; God’s counsel to reveal
Remove the scales that blind the eyes that hide and doth conceal

The days are short until the end; Thy spirit beckons “HEAR!”
Awaken, thou, O, sleeping one, His coming draweth near
Heed His voice; I AM will come, and shall not tarry long
In but the twinkling of an eye, His chosen ones be gone

The trumpet of the Lord shall call in order each to go
Only them that bare His Name; the rest to suffer woe
Yea, Noah's days are likened to the end of time to come
Lift up thine eyes unto the cross, 'tis Jesus Christ the Son

Sons and daughters speak forth God's Truth herein these last days
Young men see, and old men dream His purpose and His ways
Pour out Thy spirit on me, dear Lord, to boldly thus proclaim
All that Thou wouldst have declared in Thy precious Holy Name

By: Marilyn Higgins; April 2010

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Loving one another.......

Marilyn Higgins I want to share something that has been on my heart recently. I believe that sound doctrine is essential (1 Cor.15) and needs to be taught precisely and thoroughly.  But, I also believe, we should have the freedom to hold different opinions on peripheral things without it dividing us and causing us to lose our love for one another. Can’t we simply choose to let God’s Love flow through us regardless of our various eschatological interpretations?  Isn’t the Christian life a ministry of reconciliation?  Doesn’t 1 Corinthians 13:2 teach us that even if we have “all knowledge” (all Biblical truth), “but have not God’s Love, we are nothing?”

Can we only fellowship and love one another when we theologically agree on everything?  What does this mean for Calvinists trying to fellowship with Arminians or for Pentecostals fellowshipping with Baptists or for believers in the Church of Christ getting along with believers in the 7th Day Adventist church?  Are these brothers and sisters unable to love each other because of their theological differences?
Where is the dividing line?  When do we say “you’ve gone too far in beliefs that are different from mine, I can’t love you anymore.”
Now, I’m not at all saying that God’s Love is never a tough Love, or of a necessity, a discipline kind of Love.  It is!  It has to be!  It’s critical that we balance our Agape Love with the wisdom of God (or the Truth), but again, knowledge, without God’s Love, is just a “tinkling cymbal.”

To me, the bottom line is: What brings glory to God?  What reflects His image?  What pleases Him?  And, what does the Word tell us to do? 
Loving the way God wants us to love is a choice.  And, it’s a choice we need to make constantly—yielding ourselves as cleansed vessels, not only for His Love to flow through us, but also so that His wisdom can be made manifest in our lives.  As brothers and sisters, we need to be “living examples” of how God would have us reconcile these two things.  And thus, it would be an encouragement for others who are watching us to apply the same principles in their own personal lives (in their marriages and in all their relationships). 

Romans 12:18 tells us to “live peaceably with all men.”  I would hope that we could be those reflections of Christ that not only bring glory to God, but who also show forth His Love as well as His truth in our words and our deeds. This is so desperately needed in the Body of Christ right now.  Truly, Agape is a choice.  ~Doves Eyes~

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Types and Shadows (similitudes of Issac and Jesus)

Marilyn Higgins  Abraham seeking a bride for his son, Isaac, is clearly a prophetic picture of how God,
  the Father, desires a bride for His son from among His family of believers.  You can see
  how these characters are used as similitudes (or types/shadows of things to come):

Abraham represents God the Father.

His servant, Eliezer, represents the Holy Spirit.

His family represents Israel, the true believers—a type of the church.

His son, Isaac, represents Christ.

Rebekah represents the Bride of Christ.
The Hebrew word for “similitudes” is Damah, which means “to compare, devise, mean, think, and use similitudes.”  Looking at this word closer, we see in the Hebrew pictorial: Dalet (“door”), Mem (“water, change, transition”), and Hay (“behold”). This word is found in Hosea 12:10: “I have also spoken by the prophets, and I have multiplied visions, and used similitudes, by the ministry of the prophets.”  Wilson’s Old Testament Word Studies defines “similitudes” as “likeness, representation, or image.”
The author of Hebrews writes in 11:19, “Accounting that God was able to raise Him up, even from the dead; from whence also he received him in a figure (or type).”  And 1 Corinthians 10:11 says, “Now all these things happened unto them for examples (“type or shadow”): and they are written for our admonition, upon whom the ends of the world are come.”
Other examples of similitudes are mentioned in 2 Chronicles 4:3 and Daniel 10:16.
Scripture tells us these stories have been told to make us think and recognize they have been given as “types” or “examples” for us seeking to know what God’s desire is in finding a bride for His son.
A Demonstration of “Types” in Geneses 22-24

Genesis 22:2—Abraham was told to sacrifice Isaac.  Type of—Jesus as the offering for sin.

Genesis 22:4—Isaac was good as dead for three days in Abraham’s eyes.  Type of—Jesus in the grave for three days.

Genesis 22:5—Abraham believed Isaac would be raised (on the third day).  Type of—Jesus raised on the third day.

Genesis 22:6, 8—Both father and son were in agreement (Amos 3:3).  Type of—the Father and Son in agreement (Luke 22:42).

Genesis 22:12—Abraham did not withhold his son.  Type of—God giving His only Son (John 3:16).

Genesis 24:1-4—Abraham sent his servant to get a bride for Isaac.  Type of—God sending His Holy Spirit to prepare His bride, the Church (John 14:26).

Genesis 24:13—Abraham’s servant met Isaac’s bride by a well.  Type of—the Spirit giving springs of living water (John 4:10, 14, 7:38-39).

Genesis 15:4—Abraham’s servant’s name was Eliezer, which means “comforter.”  Type of—Jesus sending the Comforter (John 16:7).

Genesis 24—Eliezer’s name is not mentioned.  Type of—the Spirit not speaking of Himself (John 16:13).

Genesis 24:58—Rebekah agreed to go to her husband without ever seeing him.  Type of—the Church first seeing Christ at His return (John 20:29, 1 Thessalonians 4:16).

Genesis 22:19—After the offering, Isaac is not mentioned until he met his bride.  Type of—Jesus being seen by the Church at His return (Revelation 1:7).
Bible scholars agree that Isaac represents the Messiah.  As Abraham gave his son Isaac, in whom centered the promises, to be sacrificed, so the Heavenly Father gave His Son, Jesus, to be the Sin-Offering for Adam and his race, and received Him again from the dead, as Abraham figuratively received Isaac (Hebrews 11:17-19).
Isaac’s bride, Rebekah, typifies the Bride of Christ, which will become Jesus's bride at the resurrection, of His second coming.  The correspondences are remarkable.  If Isaac represents Jesus, then Abraham represents the Heavenly Father, and Eliezer, the servant, sent to fetch the bride, typifies the work of the Holy Spirit, the Spirit of Truth. 
There are twelve similarities between Isaac and Jesus:

Isaac is the promised seed (Genesis 17:16).  Jesus is the promised seed (Galatians 3:16).

Isaac’s birth was a miracle—it was physically impossible for him to be conceived (Genesis 17:17-19).  Jesus’s birth was miraculous, being conceived by the Holy Ghost and born of a virgin (Matthew 1:18-25).

Abraham is instructed to sacrifice his son (Genesis 22:1-2).  God spared not His only Son (John 3:16, Romans 8:32).

The sacrifice is on Mount Moriah (Genesis 22:1-2).  Jesus died on Mount Moriah (Calvary).

Isaac was obedient to his father unto death (Genesis 22:5-12).  Jesus was obedient unto death (Philippians 2:5-8).

A ram is substituted for Isaac (Genesis 22:13).  Christ’s death was a substitution for us (2 Corinthians 5:21).

After Isaac’s obedience, his mother Sarah dies (Genesis 23:1).  After the death of Christ, Israel was set aside. 

Abraham sends his oldest servant to select a bride for his son (Genesis 24).  The bride responds to the servant even though she is in a foreign country.  The Holy Spirit is sent out into the world to seek out the church.  The church responds even though she is in the devil’s world, among Gentiles (Ephesians 6:12).

Rebekah, before marrying Isaac, acquires silver and gold (Genesis 24:53).  Before the marriage to Christ the bridegroom, the Church acquires gold, silver, and precious stones (1 Corinthians 3:12-15).

Isaac went out and brought Rebekah into his mother’s tent (Genesis 24:63-67).  Jesus meets
the church in the air (1 Thessalonians 4:13-18) and takes her to His Father’s house (John 14:1-3).

Abraham gives all things to Isaac (Genesis 25:5).  God has given all things to Jesus the Messiah (Ephesians 1:22; Hebrews 1:2).

God’s covenant was confirmed with Isaac (Genesis 26:3-5).  Jesus’s spiritual children are the children of promise (Romans 9:8).

~ Doves Eyes ~

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

What More.....

You've chosen me, I know not why
My sinful heart, it's I should die
Salvation's mine beyond the cross
For You I count my life but dross

To please You, is my fervent goal
Worship the Lord, O, wretched soul
What more my God, that I may I do
To demonstrate my love for You

Seems not enough for to repay
My life for You to live each day
Want satisfy Your heart beyond
I lift You up in praise and song

Some say that service is the way
Winning lost souls still others say
It's Mary's course that I deem best
Be still and learn; I AM requests

By: Marilyn Higgins; February 2011