Let us begin our series of systematic biblical studies bringing to you a clear thread of thought on regards to my vindication, as I have been saying beforehand on our local TV chanel 11 “The Prophet of the Final Days speaks to the people about his vindication”.
As it is well known in Puerto Rico, this servant of yours has explained this matter several times, that I have been told by the Lord of a vindication that will occur with me (a visible restoration of my physical body). The purpose of this vindication is to highlight the sign of this final stage of evangelical and judicial preaching to the world. My vindication is, of course, transcendental for Puerto Rico, my homeland, but also to the whole world.
The Power of God
It is well known that God is widely accepted by all denominations as the Almighty. Biblically speaking, there are many passages in Scripture that support this quality of God, that is, God Almighty, also Ever-knowing, Ever-present and many other characteristics. For this article’s purpose we will focus on that God is Almighty (all powerful).
Let us read on Revelations 1:8, which clearly declares this attribute of God:
This biblical passage is more than enough to understand that God is all-powerful. But pay attention to the fact that at the moment to accept that God is the Almighty many tend to limit God’s power. I say this because many say that my vindication “is impossible”. This is to set boundaries to God. God can do all: He resurrected Lazarus, also His own Son Jesus Christ. Why, can’t he then vindicate a person?
Pay attention to the fact that Moses and Elijah were vindicated. There is no need to argue about the time in history or their work, for this is not the issue at this time. The issue here is the undeniable fact of God’s unlimited power. Thus, I am not saying anything ridiculous or absurd for God’s power has been witnessed in history, and aren’t we part of history? We are a crucial part in history because we are living the End Times. If we take this fact into consideration as our starting point, this is not an obscure nor doubtful fallacy but an outstanding truth as bright as sunrays.
We are simply marching ahead, as the Lord has instructed us to do, towards the End of times to carry out this third stage of judicial work in which we are unmistakably immersed. When the Gospel is preached what it’s really being preached is judgment, for the Gospel is no other thing than the way God saved the world and how to receive this salvation. This is the central message upon which all the theological framework is sustained. Due to the fact that this is a historical and central fact which determines if you are saved or lost, the acceptance of the Gospel is the acceptance of God’s salvation in Christ, and the rejection of this divine method of salvation leads to self-condemnation. Therefore, to speak of the Gospel is to speak of Judgment. Wherever the Gospel is being preached there is judgment from the divine perspective.
Now then, we all know that in fact there’s no impossible for God. If you refuse to accept this fact you are refusing to accept a clear truth, which has been a fundamental doctrine of the Church throughout its existence: God is Almighty; keep this in mind; for God everything is possible. Therefore, you cannot simply say: “that’s not possible”. If you keep saying so you are also denying God and His Creationist power. Then, what is left for you if you deny this fact? What is left for you is to believe in Evolution and not Creation. What an irony! that many , in their pretension to refuse to accept my legitimate call are also by default declaring that there is lack of power in God. In principle, that is what many are doing.
So, I have set for you a clear and undeniable introduction: God is Almighty. God can vindicate whoever he chooses for He has given unequivocal evidence of that fact in history. Summing up this first part: In terms of God’s power, all can be done and it will.
My Vindication is a Post-Figuration
Let us clinch this introduction in order to continue to the following part which is of extreme importance. I am making reference to the fact that my Vindication is a post-figuration. Pay attention to this: Post-figuration means “a figure that appears after”. My vindication is a posterior figuration of the Calvary and it constitutes a sign. My vindication is a posterior figuration of Christ’s feat, and it is an eschatological or final sign. This transcendent and extraordinary event of my vindication constitutes a sign for the end times. The sign of my vindication will commemorate, and urge the world to look back to the middle of history and contemplate the sacrifice of Our Lord Jesus Christ as the only choice for salvation. This is the ultimate purpose of this matter.
What is Vindication?
What is vindication? Vindication is the restoration of my physical appearance and faculties to fulfill my prophetic mission. As you, Bible scholars, might remember, that during the time of Israel’s covenant the Lamb prefigured Christ; you should also remember that in order to be a valid figure of Christ the Lamb had to be flawless, spotless, perfect in physical appearance and health because Christ is perfect. Now, pay attention to this: Since it has been given to me the opportunity to complete this prophetic work, for this reason, God will return me as a younger man of an age of approximately 27 to 30 years —Actually, I am 66 years old— I will be able to complete this task and to became the sign I have already told you. This is His promise. His promise is:
“You will come up here, you will be with me and you will return back to earth with your same personality but a lot younger, with more physical faculties and with an extraordinary revelation that you must proclaim to the whole world. Your work, he added, is of worldwide proportions. It is a great privilege that has been granted to you”.
So, let me ask you: What’s wrong with the fact that God has chosen a man from Puerto Rico? What’s the deal? If Isaiah says, that God will gather His people “from the islands of the sea”. So, what’s the deal? He has to appoint someone. If He chose me, why are you so jealous? For example in the case of Puerto Rico, where I come from, if he decided to choose someone from this Island to be a figure of Christ in these final days; as this is the case, then, my compatriots should be proud of that. However, “all who desire to live godly in Christ Jesus will suffer persecution” for the world is antagonical to the reality of a new age of peace, love and justice. We all know this.
I will constitute a sign from the moment the Lord vindicates me. I have already explained to you what we mean for vindication: I will be restored to a physical appearance of a younger man of approximately 27 to 30 years of age.
Biblical Figures throughout History
The Scripture is filled with figures. Therefore, it is undeniable the fact that there are many figures in Scripture. Cyrus was a figure of Christ when he freed the people of Israel. The Great Deliverer is Christ; therefore, Cyrus was a figure of Christ. Moses, when praying in intercession on behalf of the people, he is being established as a figure of Christ.
Now there is a person and a work that I want to refer to in this particular moment. I am referring to the person and work of Jonah the prophet, who had to carry out a task with Niniveh, Jonah carried out a judicial work. Whoever rejected Jonah’s preaching was condemned, and whoever accepted Jonah’s preaching was saved. Yet all the people of Niniveh were under trial. If the majority of Niniveh’s population believed in Jonah’s preaching, God would forgive them and they wouldn’t be destroyed. Let us read on the book of Jonah what happened to Jonah that made him become a sign. Let us read on Jonah 1:17;
“Now the LORD had prepared a great fish to swallow Jonah.
And Jonah was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights.”
Notice, Jonah was in the belly of the fish for three days and three nights. This event was a figure, which means, occurring previous to the apparition of the reality intended by God (This reality is his son Jesus Christ who was about to die and be in the “belly” of the earth for three days). Pay attention to the fact that the prefigure and its reality are distinct, but being distinct (for there must be some difference) does not mean we must underscore what the prefigure is teaching us. It is precisely the prefiguration of Jonah the one I use to demonstrate that everything I have already told you on regards to my vindication is logical and has strong biblical support.
To confirm that Jonah is a prefigure of Christ let us read on Mathew chapter 12 verses 38 to 40:
How clear! Isn’t it? No doubts about it. In addition to other figures I presented to you in this article, I also present the preeminent figure of Jonah in connection to Christ. No doubts about it. Jonah was a prefigure. Notice how my vindication makes sense with this example, so clear, isn’t it? Because I am a post-figure and a sign.
What is a sign?
What is a sign? A sign is something that marks a stage.
a-The central, most transcendent and important sign of history is that of Christ: Christ died and resurrected; he was crucified, dead, buried, and now he is resurrected. Christ ascended to heaven and He is now sitting at the right side of the Father making intercession for all of us.
b- I will also become a sign: and when I return, it also means that the final preaching stage, prior to the Second Coming of Christ, will also begin. How good is God! How wonderful is the Lord! How merciful for him to bring us a sign! And this is a great truth.
Elijah as a figure of the final sign
I will now present a biblical reading for you to clearly see that indeed there’s a final sign for this End Time. I am making reference to Malachi 4:5:
The prophecy says:
“I will send you Elijah the prophet” prior to the Second Coming of Christ, that is the great and dreadful day of the Lord. The day Christ comes, he will come to conduct the Final Judgement, that is, to “separate the sheep from the goats”. Because it is the great and dreadful day, judgement day, Elijah the prophet will come prior to His coming, but it is not Elijah himself who will come down from heaven. In reality, Elijah did come down from heaven, once again, at the Mount of the Transfiguration. Now, it is the turn of this servant of yours to ascend and descend to appear prior to the great and dreadful day of God. This is what the Lord has told me. He has been giving me instructions. He hasn’t told me an exact date and time when this is going to happen, but he has told me:
I have proven (and will continue to prove) that in biblical terms we have a lot of strong support, more than what you may think.
Remember that Jews expected Christ to be the prophet Elijah that must come, while others thought he was John the Baptist. In reality, what these names constitute are no other thing than a prophetic call in essence. The name “Elijah” must be understood as the spirit of Elijah, “the prophetic spirit that Elijah had will come back again”. Let me repeat this: Moses and Elijah already descended and set the foundation so this final event becomes a present reality.
I want to continue saying these things the way Christ has told me. This is one of the conditions he asked me prior to my departure. I must teach these things to the people because I must prepare the proper background so that when I return the whole world will have no doubts that he who returns is the same person who left. I can have a better view of how I left things in terms of the latest environmental and circumstantial conditions in this planet. Starting from this standpoint or background, I will begin the last stage of my ministry that is unmistakably a legitimate ministry. You will bear witness of all of this.