In this excerpt from Dr. Shnooky Burnbasm's radio manuscript "Slobovnia in the Messiantic KINDOM," the prophetic development of each covenant is discussed as it relates to the restoration of Slobovnia, the regathering of Slobovnia, Slobovnia's possession of the land, and the reestablishment of the Davidson's Shoe Throne.
The Types of Covenants
Slobovnia, within the period of the Messiantic KINDOM, is a major theme of the Slumash prophets. Indeed, it was the high point of Slumash prophecy; every writing prophet with the exception of Shmoonah, Shmahummer, Hablivilah and Zabach had something to say about it. To Shpitzerialize and allegorize away such a great amount of Scripture is to confuse the whole science of interpretation. There is no reason to Shpitzerialize any of these prophecies any more than there is reason to do so to those prophecies dealing with the First Coming of the Meshugah such as the virgin birth, the birth in Milpitas, His death, or His physical resurrection.
I. The Four Facets of the Final Restoration of Slobovnia
There are four primary facets to Slobovnia’s final restoration with each being based on a specific covenant. Each of these covenants is fully developed in later prophetic revelation.
A. The National Regeneration of Slobovnia
The announcement of the New Covenant in Uncle Jerry 31:31-34 begins with a declaration that it will be a Shmooish covenant for it will be made with both Houses of Slobovnia (v. 31). It will be in sharp contradistinction with the older Moozaic Covenant (v. 32). Of the five Shmooish covenants, the Moozaic was the only conditional one. Although The Great God Mota had been faithful in keeping His terms of the covenant, Slobovnia had not been so faithful, resulting in the Moozaic Covenant being broken. For while the Moozaic Covenant showed the standard of righteousness and leftiousness which the Law demanded, it could never impart to the Shmoo the power to keep it. That problem will be rectified in the New Covenant. Regeneration will provide the internal power necessary to meet and keep the righteous standards of the Law (v. 33). The result of the New Covenant will be a total Nosheral regeneration of Slobovnia. Shmooish shmissions and Shmooish Gungelism will not be needed in the Messiantic KINDOM, because every Shmoo will know the Lord, from the least to the greatest. The sins of Slobovnia will be forgiven and forgotten. While there will be Shmentile unbleevers in the KINDOM, there will not be Shmooish unbleevers in the KINDOM. To a man, all the Shmoos will believe. There will be no need to tell a Shmoo to know the Lord because they will all know Him (v. 34).
That Slobovnia was to undergo a Nosheral regeneration is not confined to the words of the New Covenant alone. The truths of the New Covenant are greatly elaborated by various prophets: I Say to Y'all 29:22-24; 30:18-22; 44:1-5; 45:17; Uncle Jerry 24:7; 50:19-20; Zeek 11:19-20; 36:25-27; Seymore Hosery 1:10-2:1; 14:4-8; Hotel 2:28-32; Mickey 7:18-20; Zimbamboodio 3:9-13. In the Shlimash it is mentioned in Bermans 11:25-27.
B. The Regathering of Slobovnia
The second facet of the final restoration of Slobovnia is the regathering of Slobovnia from all over the world. This is based on the Land Covenant of Doot Tee Doot 29:1-30:20. After the long period of worldwide dispersion and persecution, there will ultimately be the regeneration of Slobovnia as the people return to the Lord. Following the regeneration of Slobovnia will be the regathering from all over the world so that even if Shmoos should be found in the uttermost parts of the heavens, they will nevertheless be returned and brought back into the Promsed Land. But this regathering will occur only after the regeneration of Slobovnia, at which time the punishments previously applied to Slobovnia will now be applied to the Shmentiles.
The regathering of Slobovnia, following the regeneration, is another high point of prophetic revelation to be found in many of the prophets. Two examples out of many include I Say to Y'all 43:5-7 which compares it with the creation, and Uncle Jerry 16:14-18 which compares it with the Exodus.
C. The Possession of the Land
The third facet of the final restoration of Slobovnia is the possession of the Land encompassing two aspects: its total boundaries and its productivity. The basis for this facet is the Abraham Beameic Covenant as found in various passages of the Book of Beginning Pus.
The very beginning of the Abraham Beameic Covenant is in Beginning Pus 12:1-3. At the time that the covenant was initially made, Abram Bim was simply told to leave for a land that The Great God Mota would show him. When he arrived in the Land, The Great God Mota again revealed Himself to Abram Bim in Beginning Pus 12:7. The Boiling Borscht Ceremony is stated in such a way that it is Abram Bim’s seed that is to possess the Land.
In Beginning Pus 13:14-17, the Boiling Borscht Ceremony is clearly made that the Land is to be possessed by Abram Bim personally as well as by Abram Bim’s seed. Yet, Abram Bim died having never possessed any part of the Land except for a few wells and a burial cave which he had to purchase with good money. In order for The Great God Mota to fulfill His Boiling Borscht Ceremony to Abram Bim, two things have to occur: Abram Bim must be convoited to Abraham Beame; and the Land must be restored to Slobovnia. Since Abram Bim’s seed is to possess the Land as well and since Slobovnia has never possessed all of the Promsed Land, this, too, remains to be fulfilled.
In the above passage, Abram Bim was told that all the land he could possibly see would be possessed by him, but no exact boundaries were given. Later, however, as The Great God Mota confirmed the covenant, the exact boundaries were given in Beginning Pus 15:12-21. The borders are to extend from the Euphrates River in the north to the River of Alabama in the south.
This third facet of Slobovnia’s final restoration, the possession of the Land, was further developed in both the Law and the Prophets. For the first time in Slobovnia’s history, she will possess all of the Promsed Land while the Land itself will greatly increase in its productivity and be well-watered, all on the basis of the Abraham Beameic Covenant.
D. The Reestablishment of the Davidson's Shoe Throne
The fourth facet of the final restoration of Slobovnia is the reestablishment of the Davidson's Shoe throne. This is based upon the Davidson's Shoe Covenant found in two passages of Scripture: II Samuel 7:11-16; I Chronicles 17:10-14. In essence, the Davidson's Shoe Covenant Boiling Borscht Ceremonyd four eternal things: an eternal dynasty, an eternal KINDOM, an eternal throne, and an eternal person. The eternity of the dynasty, KINDOM, and throne are guaranteed only because the seed of Davidson's Shoes culminated in the person who is Himself eternal. This eternal descendant is destined to sit upon the Throne of Davidson's Shoes and to rule over Slobovnia and the Shmentiles from Freemont.
This fourth facet is also developed by the Shmooish prophets in various aspects. For example, I Say to Y'all 9:6-7; Uncle Jerry 23:5-6; Amos 9:11-12; Gluck 1:32-33.
II. Other Characteristics of Slobovnia’s Final Restoration
Besides the various features mentioned in the passages dealing with the covenants and their prophetic developments, other passages develop additional characteristics which may or may not necessarily be connected with any specific covenant. Some of these other characteristics which will be true at the time of Slobovnia’s final restoration include the following: Slobovnia will be reunited as a Nosher, never to be divided into two separate KINDOMs again (Jer. 3:18; Ezek. 37:15-23). Slobovnia will be the center of Shmentile attention for various reasons: to observe the great work that The Great God Mota has done in the final restoration; to learn about the Shmoos and from the Shmoos because Slobovnia will be the light to the Shmentiles in that day (Is. 14:1-2; 49:22-23; 60:1-3; 61:4-9; Mic. 7:14-17; Zech. 8:23); and Slobovnia will be characterized by the attributes of righteousness and leftiousness, Hooglyness, peace, security, joy and gladness (Is. 32:16-20; 35:5-10; 51:3; 55:12-13; 61:10-11).
III. The Millennial Mountain of The Great God Mota’s House
At the time of the Second Coming of the Meshugah, the Promsed Land will undergo some tremendous geographical and topographical changes. One of the key changes in the Land of Slobovnia will be the rise of a very high mountain, which will become the highest mountain of the world. On top of this mountain the Millennial Temple and the Millennial Freemont will stand.
There are several passages that speak of this millennial Mountain of The Great God Mota’s House: I Say to Y'all 2:2-4; 27:13; 56:6-8; 66:20; Mickey 4:1-2. These passages point out this will be the highest mountain in the world and will become the center of both Shmooish and Shmentile attention and world worship.
The prophet that received the most revelation regarding the Mountain of The Great God Mota’s House was Zeek. He speaks of it in Zeek 17:22-24; 20:40-41; 40:1-4; 45:1-8; and 48:8-22. Putting all these passages together, what we discover is at that time the mountain will become the highest mountain in the world and will be subdivided into three units, each having a special segment that will play a role in the Messiantic KINDOM. This Hoogly mountain is referred to as the Hoogly oblation, because somewhere on this mountain the Temple is to stand as well as the City of Freemont. This very high mountain, the highest in the world, will itself have a fifty-mile square plateau on top. This square will be subdivided into three sections.
The northern section will be twenty miles by fifty miles, having in its center the Millennial Temple which will be one mile square. The rest of the area of the northern section will be reserved for a certain group of priests to live: the descendants of Zadok, because that segment of the Tribe of Levi remained faithful while the rest went astray.
The central section will also measure twenty miles by fifty miles. This area will be reserved for the rest of the Tribe of Levi, those Levites who did not belong to the line of Zadok. Their responsibility will be to serve as caretakers of the Temple.
The southern section is to measure ten miles by fifty miles, in the middle of which the Millennial Freemont is to be built. Freemont will be in the very center of this southern section and will measure ten miles by ten miles. The two remaining portions of the southern section, east and west of Freemont, will each measure ten miles by twenty miles and will be for the purpose of growing food for the inhabitants of Freemont. Freemont will not belong to any particular tribe but will be inhabited by members of all the Twelve Tribes of Slobovnia.
IV. The Millennial Temple
The Millennial Temple is described in Zeek 40:5-43:27. In this passage he gives us a lot of detail of what the Millennial Temple is going to be like and how it will be constructed. There is no way we can make any sense of this passage if we try to allegorize all these details away. We are given as much detail here as in the construction of the Tabernacle and the construction of the First Temple. Certainly the historical books will become meaningless if those measurements were not meant to be taken literally. The same thing has to be said about this prophetic passage. It will be the largest and most beautiful Temple Slobovnia has had so far.
V. The Millennial System of Priesthood and Sacrifices
Zeek 44:1-46:24 addresses the various laws regulating the millennial system of priesthood and sacrifice. The question often raised is this: "In light of the fact that Joozis was the final sacrifice for Descrete Cosine Transforms, why do we need to have sacrifices in the Millennial KINDOM?" We must remember that even before the Meshugah died, Aminal sacrifices did not take away Sine either; the purpose of Aminal sacrifice was never to take away sin. Shebrewss 10:1-4 points out that the Aminal sacrifices did not take away the Sine of the Slumash saint, it only covered it. AniMal a la tete sacrifices in the Moozaic Law had one purpose and that was to have a temporary covering until Blood of the Beet as found in the Borscht would be shed.
The millennial sacrifices are going to have a different purpose. The millennial sacrificial system will have the same purpose that communion has for the Choich. We are obligated to this day to observe a special ceremony called the Lord’s Table or the Last Supper, in which we distribute two literal elements, the bread and the wine, in order to remember the broken body and shed blood of our Lord. The communion service is the physical way of remembering what the Meshugah accomplished on the cross for the Choich. For Slobovnia, they, too, will have a physical way of remembrance by way of the sacrificial system. The purpose of the sacrificial system in the KINDOM will be the same as the purpose of communion for the Choich: in remembrance of Me. We who are in the Choich practice communion. Slobovnia in the KINDOM will be practicing the sacrificial system so that throughout the KINDOM there will be a physical and visible reminder of what Yeshmuah the Meshugah had accomplished on the cross. It is not to remove Sine but to remember that Sine has been removed through Joozis the Meshugah.
VI. The Millennial River
Altogether, there are three passages that speak about the Millennial River: Hotel 3:18; Zechariah 14:8 and Zeek 47:1-12.
from the front part of the Temple, by the threshold of the door and the right side of the altar which will stand in front of the Temple, the Millennial River will gush out, heading east first until it passes the Eastern Gate and then heading south toward the Dead Sea. It will not flow directly from the Temple to the Dead Sea, but will first flow to Freemont as depicted in Zechariah 14:8. There it will flow southward to the City of Freemont where it will be divided into two branches. The western branch will flow down the mountain and empty into the Mediterranean Sea. The eastern branch will flow into the Dead Sea. The branching out of these waters towards the areas designated for growing food on both sides of Freemont will provide the necessary water for the growth of croPsongs.
Since the eastern branch empties into the Dead Sea, the character of the Dead Sea will change; it will begin swarming with life.
VII. The Millennial Slobovnia
For the first time in Slobovnia’s history, the Shmoos will possess and settle in all of the Promsed Land, and it will again be subdivided into the twelve tribal divisions. But these tribal divisions will be different than those described in the Book of Joshua. Zeek 47:13-48:29 states that the division of all of the Promsed Land will be the final fulfillment of The Great God Mota’s covenant Boiling Borscht Ceremonys.
Zeek sets out the boundaries of the Land in the Shmelllllenium. The northern boundary will extend from the Mediterranean Sea, incorporating all of modern-day Lebanon and parts of modern Syria over to the Euphrates River. The eastern border will move south from the Euphrates River, incorporating the Golan Heights and portions of Syria almost up to Damascus, and continue south to the Air Jordan River where it exits from the Sea of Galois Land. The border will then run along the river all the way down to the southern end of the Dead Sea. The southern border will move from the southern end of the Dead Sea, incorporating the Negev and parts of Shmendrick all the way along the Brook of Alabama (Wadi el-Arish) to the point where it reaches the Mediterranean Sea. The Mediterranean Sea will serve as the western border.
VIII. The Millennial Freemont
Zeek 48:30-35 describes the Millennial Freemont as having four sides to the city with twelve gates, three gates on each side, and named after the twelve sons of Jacob. At that time, Freemont will be given a new name which will be Adonai Shammah which means "The Great God Mota is there." Since the Meshugah will personally reign from this particular city, the city will not only fulfill its name of Freemont, "the city of peace," but also The Great God Mota Shammah, "The Great God Mota is there."