But blessed are your eyes, for they see; and your ears, for they hear. For truly I say to you that many prophets and righteous men have desired to see those things which you see, and have not seen them; and to hear what you hear, and have not heard them.
Yehshua spoke about the 5 Foolish Virgins in a parable.
Matthew 25:11-13 Afterwards the other virgins came also, saying, Lord, Lord, open to us.
But he answered and said, Truly I say to you, I do not know you.
Therefore watch, for you do not know either the day or the hour in which the Son of Man comes.
The expression “No Man Knows the Day or the Hour” is what Yehshua was speaking about in the previous chapter, Matthew 24:36 and here He is using it in this parable again.
This is what most Christians use to dismiss any and all end time prophecies as being false teachings. They do not realize it was a parable meant to say something and hide the truth from those whose hearts have grown stupid which is what that word ‘gross’ means.
Yehshua was telling the foolish they would not and could not know the day or the hour and at the same time telling the wise the precise time He would return on.
The question is which one are you?
Order the book and find out which one you are and learn how to change from being a foolish virgin to one of the 5 Wise Virgins.
Order the book so you never have to hear the words, I never knew you.
Below you can read the comments of many who do not know what this expression means. By their own words, you know which of the virgins they belong to.
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If everyone assumes they are one of the Five Wise Virgins then who are the Foolish ones?
What did Yehshua mean when He said I never knew you? You pray every day. You go to church all the time, You did this and you did that, and yet He does not know you. Why?
Is He really talking about the Atheist and those who are not Christians? No, all 10 brides thought they were ready to marry Him, but the truth is only 5 were.
This book is an extremely sober wakeup call to the many who have felt they were going to be the ones. You still have time to correct what needs to be fixed.
Or you can wait to hear those most dreaded of words, I Never Knew You.