The Glory of Yahweh Shall be Revealed

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Daniel's Vision: Holy Trinity

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I, Jesé Retoño, now wish to begin introducing my upcoming article, “The Battle and the Sun.” At this moment, I want to explain to all of you that a heavenly manifestation isn’t common, but what’s even more impossible for any human being is that of being able to see God, face to face. In the Church, it’s understood that this will be the vision reserved for the blessed in Heaven.

Throughout the Church’s history, saints have seen and experienced the presence of the divinized Christ and the thousands of miracles that God has performed among believers.

In the historical accounts of the Old Testament, we’re only told of visions, as in the book of Daniel or in Genesis when Moses speaks with God, though he never actually spoke with God; instead, it was with the angel of Yahweh.

In the book of Daniel, chapter 7, we’re told of the vision of the elderly man and the son of man, who he saw coming through the clouds. In the vision, Daniel saw thrones rise up, and then an elderly man sat down. The elderly man had snow-white vestments. The hairs on his head were pure as wool. The elderly man’s throne was a blistering-hot fire and had wheels of fire. A river of fire surged forth from where the elderly man sat. Myriads of crowds were before the elderly man. Through the clouds, he saw the son of man coming.

In chapter 10, it reveals that the son of man was clothed in linen, his shoulders were girt with pure gold, his body was like chrysolite, his face like the appearance of lightning, his eyes like torches of fire, his arms and legs with the appearance of polished bronze and his words were like the sounds of large crowds. Daniel is the man of visions.
The Apocalypse is made up of the reflections and visions of the apostle John, who channels Daniel’s visions with a reformed hue.

Indeed, the end of the world, or the end of history, was revealed to Daniel but in visions. These visions made God’s people garner courage to keep fighting in the hopes of reaching their God. Typically, every event of the Old and New Testament, all of them, have been announced by God, centuries in advance.

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Christ, the Son of Man

I want all of my audience to know the details of this vision that Daniel had. I, Jesé Retoño, was inspired and enlightened by the presence of the Holy Spirit, and God Holy Spirit guided me in reproducing Daniel’s vision.

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In Daniel’s vision, God the Father appears as an old man, who represents age, the infinity of time, or he who has lived eternally. The son of man comes through the clouds, that is, Christ whom has risen and arrives triumphantly to heaven, where his heavenly father resides. It’s the triumphant arrival of Christ after his death and resurrection. The multitudes that appear in the illustration are those who accepted the cross, fulfilled God’s laws, and were washed in Christ—the heavenly lamb’s—blood.

The sacraments of the Holy Catholic Church are the path to follow for reaching the Father, and it’s Christ who with his sacrifice has purchased with his blood and his baptism, all those who’ve followed him. Yes indeed, all those who’ve decided to follow Christ’s cross, not those who’ve merely believed in him, but those who’ve carried his cross, just as Christ has taught us, and have borne witness with their lives.

In Daniel’s vision, the heavenly Father is seated in a chariot or chair of burning fire. From his throne flows a river of fire that spreads everywhere in heaven. This fire represents, in the vision, the presence of God Holy Spirit throughout all of heaven and within all the faithful who love and obey him.

God is three persons in one, and the three persons of God are one God.

The fire of the Holy Spirit, true God, ignites the eternal love of the living, and there’s an immense and perfect joy in the presence of the Triune God. In the vision, Daniel had the revelation of the Triune God and the one true God. The presence of God the Holy Spirit, God the Father, and God the Son was revealed to Daniel. But in his day, Daniel did not understand these things because it wasn’t time yet.

It was revealed to Daniel that in order to reach the heavenly Father, the only way is through Christ and his one, true Church. There aren’t any other religions, and there aren’t any other churches except the only one founded ever since the origins, the Holy Catholic, Apostolic and Roman Church.

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The Battle and the Sun

The Battle and the Sun is not an isolated event, and what I want everyone in the world and the Church to understand is that this was planned by God Himself ever since the Old Testament. Let it be known to the entire world and whole Church that what I’ll reveal cannot be revealed without the authorization of God Himself and without the announcement of the event through the prophets in the Old Testament.

As the prophet Micah (chapter 2, 12-13) would say: I’m going to gather all of Jacob, I’m going to gather the Remnant of Israel, I’ll gather them like sheep in the pen, I’ll give them their pasture and they’ll make noise far away from people. Yahweh has planned to take with Him the Remnant of his people, only those who’ve persevered in the Cross. But not everyone…even less so, the majority; only but a remnant, just a few. Only this Remnant will jubilate with joy on the last day. For Christ, the anointed one of Yahweh, has said, “Many are called, but few are chosen.” The Church on earth is great and numerous, but few are those who obey Him.

The one who makes a breach goes up before them; they make a breach and pass through the gate, their king shall go through before them, and Yahweh at their head.

We are in the midst of a wicked storm, one that has the Church and the world enslaved by the chains of sin. Nobody wants to recognize their sin and all have become saints without the Cross and without Christ. Selling of the Sacraments and pagan celebrations, both inside and outside the Church, are the link to faith under the pretext of donations. The Church doesn’t want to see it’s sin, but God will save a Remnant. I, Jesé Retoño, am like the one who makes a breach, and the glory of Yahweh shall be revealed.

The glory of Sinai will shine again, Moses will rise again, and the glory of Yahveh shall be revealed.
I am Jesé Retoño and let it be known, the time has come.
May the peace of Christ be with everyone.

No one can see me and continue living, says the Lord

In the book of Exodus chapter 24, Moses, Nadab, Abihu and 70 elders of Israel saw God. Moses and the elders of Israel saw the God of Israel, and below his feet, there was a sapphire-like floor, pure as the sky itself.
Scripture tells us that Moses and the elders were in some realm, where they could experience the glory of God and Heaven, but it was not yet Heaven and they couldn’t see God, but rather, they experienced the glory and presence of God.

Moses wants to see God

In the book of Exodus chapter 33, Moses says to the Lord, “Let me see your glory.” The Lord God replied, “I will make all of my goodness pass before you, and I will pronounce before you the name of Yahweh. For I show favor to whom I will, I grant mercy to whom I will. But you will not be able to see my Face; because no one can see me and continue living.”

No one can see God and go on living

God’s plan, from the very beginning, was that man must be perfected until he becomes an image of the true God, and this is fulfilled only in Christ, the anointed one of God. But from the time of Moses to the coming of Christ, many centuries had passed, and from the coming of Christ to present day, more than 2,000 years have passed by, and the revelation of God’s glory is still pending. That’s why Moses still couldn’t see God when he lived in this world. This does not mean that just anyone can now see Him.

For the Church, this revelation takes place at the time of the coming of the son of God; this is true, but his glory was not yet revealed. His coming, at that time, was in the form of a man or prophet or anointed one of Yahweh, and he died condemned as a thief. Christ gave testimony of God the Father and of himself, but his glory was not yet revealed.
Christ’s mission at the time was to establish a new testament and leave behind a permanent, and steadfast, new anointed people of God. The one and only Church: The holy, catholic, apostolic and Roman church.

Perhaps you may think that the Church is holy because Christ is holy, but it’s one thing for Christ to be holy, true God, and quite another for all of us to have wanted to accept the cross and die together with Christ. One thing is to belong or be baptized in God’s church, here on earth, and quite another to lead a life of holiness on a daily basis. This is the abyss existing between God and the Christian, an abyss that today separates the Christian or Catholic from God, in the contemporary holy Catholic Church.

Christ was raised to Heaven, but his glory would be revealed to those who carry his cross, and not all have loved Christ with their cross.
That’s why the prophet Isaiah says, “To whom has the arm of Yahweh been revealed?”

To whom has the arm of Yahweh been revealed?

In the book of Isaiah, chapters 52,13-15 and 53,1-12, it says: See, my servant shall prosper, he shall be raised high and greatly exalted. Many will be taken aback, for his appearance was beyond that of mortals, beyond that of human beings.
Who would believe what we have heard? To whom has the arm of the Yahweh been revealed? He had no majestic bearing to catch our eye, no beauty to draw us to him.

At the crucifixion of Christ, it was demonstrated that he didn’t have glory, and he died defenseless. They shouted at him, saying that if he was really the son of God, he should come down from the cross and free them all. Christ didn’t come down from the cross, for it was not yet time to reveal his glory.

If Christ had come down from the cross, then the Roman Catholic Apostolic Church would never have been given birth to, and the nations of the world would’ve never had the hope of salvation.

Yahweh laid upon him the guilt of us all

We had all gone astray like sheep, all following our own way; But Yahweh laid upon him the guilt of us all.
That’s why Christ told Peter, before the rooster crows, you’ll have already denied me three times. That’s why Isaiah says, “We had all gone astray,” whereby Jesus alludes to his own disciples, indicating how they would abandon him and even deny him; in the same way that his very own Church keeps doing, even today.

If Christ had come down from the cross, I, Jesé Retoño, wouldn’t be telling you these things today. My conversion, my baptism, and my surrender to Christ would’ve never happened.
I’ve been called to rebuke a church that, before God, is both corrupt and debased. We’re in a time when the Church has distanced itself from God Most High, and the priesthood teaches human precepts…leading the faithful to serve as slaves or, similarly, to be sheared as sheep, but the true Gospel has been distorted, corrupting the multitudes.

If Christ had come down from the cross, I would’ve never stood before the glory and presence of the living God.
If Christ had come down from the cross, you and all those who follow me today and those who will follow me in the future, would never be able to see God’s glory, if I hadn’t been in God’s presence.

The time has come.
May the peace of Christ be with everyone.
May the peace of Christ be with the Holy Pope (Peter), and may salvation reach thousands of Catholics throughout the world, those who await this miracle. Peace be with all those, too, who desire their salvation.

A Voice Proclaims in the Wilderness

The prophet Isaiah 40, 3-11. A voice proclaims: In the wilderness prepare the way of Yahweh, make straight in the wasteland, or weeds, a highway for our God. Every valley shall be lifted up, every mountain and hill made low. The rugged land shall be a plain, the rough country, a broad valley. Then the glory of Yahweh shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together; for the mouth of Yahweh has spoken.

In Jesus Christ’s time, John the Baptist represented the voice that proclaims in the wilderness. That’s why in the Gospel of Matthew 11,10-14, Christ says: Behold, I am sending my messenger ahead of you; he will prepare your way before you. Amen, I say to you, among those born of women there has been none greater than John the Baptist; yet the least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he. And if you are willing to accept it, he is Elijah, the one who was to come.

Ever since Christ came, not every valley has been lifted up and not every mountain or hill been made low. In truth, hardly anyone has accepted the Gospel; the Gospel, rather, has been a stumbling block for humanity and the Church itself. What’s rugged or uneven has not become flat or firm, not even has the rough country or the jungles been leveled. The Gospel hasn’t been accepted by the multitudes, and the Church has not fulfilled its obligation unto Christ. Rather, the Church crucifies those who teach the Gospel and say the truth.

The prophet Isaiah says: The glory of Yahweh shall be revealed, and all flesh will see it. Indeed, it’s true…Christ came and testified to the truth, but no one saw his glory and he didn’t want to reveal his glory, for no one believed…“And all flesh shall see it together,” the only thing that everyone saw was the Crucified One, and only because he was condemned as a thief, as a lamb to be slaughtered.

Christ is the Least in the Kingdom of Heaven

Word had spread among the Israelites that Elijah would return; thus Christ said: And if you are willing to accept it, he is Elijah, the one who was to come. But Jesus told those who always followed him: Among those born of women there has been none greater than John the Baptist; yet the least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he.
Certainly, among the Pharisees and Sadducees, “Elijah” was a great and important figure, and Christ was absolutely nobody. That’s why Christ told them, “yet the least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he,” greater than “John the Baptist.”

If the prophet Elijah was great among the Jews…Jesus didn’t even have the semblance of a man, much less the appearance of a God.
Indeed, the verse from Isaiah chapter 40, 3-11 hasn’t yet been fulfilled, because it reads: The glory of Yahweh shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together. Well, the glory of God hasn’t yet been revealed, and it’s an indication that this verse from Isaiah marks some other time in the Church’s history, one in which God will reveal this verse, at the set time that He’s determined ever since eternity.

While the Church honors Saint John the Baptist as the greatest of the prophets, Christ tells the whole Church, “The least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than John the Baptist,” thereby Jesus indicates how He sends prophets now and always.
It is the will of Christ that the truth be known, and I do apologize to the whole Church, when I rebuke them in the name of Christ; however, God my heavenly father wishes the truth to not be hidden. Thousands of Catholics and Christians in the world must know the truth so that they can level out their path and enter the heavenly glory.

The Day of Yahweh, the Great and Terrible Day

The prophet Malachi says: Remember the law of Moses my servant, whom I charged at Horeb with statutes and ordinances for all Israel. Now I am sending to you Elijah- the prophet, before the day of Yahweh comes, the great and terrible day; He will turn the heart of fathers to their sons, and the heart of sons to their fathers, lest I come and strike the land with utter destruction (Mal 3,22-24).

Within the context of Israelite purview, they were always awaiting a great and terribly strong God (Yahweh), one who would free them from slavery to the nations. Therefore, they would be consoled if Elijah had really come. Horeb represents the sacred place or mountain where God appeared to Moses, whom was God’s representative before the Jewish people.

Malachi says that “Yahweh,” that is, “Christ,” would turn the heart of sons to their fathers and vice versa. By taking his gospel to the Jews, Christ was underscoring the mission of his coming, but they didn’t believe in Him. Lest I come and strike the land with utter destruction. Christ’s gospel is a warning to the whole world. If no one listens and obeys, the entire earth shall be eternally condemned.

Christ is Judging Humanity and the Contemporary Church, Today

Indeed, the day of Christ, the day of his crucifixion and of his resurrection, was a great day for the salvation of Christians but a terrible day for the damnation of the world. At this moment in the history of the nascent Church, Christ left behind his winnow or machete, which has been harvesting only the grains of wheat that have arisen by the merits of his Cross. This machete or winnow is the seven sacraments of the Holy Catholic, Apostolic and Roman Church.

I am Jesé Retoño, and I assure you that if Christ hadn’t been crucified, I wouldn’t be with you here today, showing you what I must show you; telling you what I must tell you.

The Transfiguration

The Gospel of Matthew 17,1-8 reads as follows: Jesus took Peter, James, and John his brother, and led them up a high mountain by themselves. And he was transfigured before them; his face shone like the sun and his clothes became white as light. And behold, Moses and Elijah appeared to them, conversing with Jesus. While they were still speaking, a bright cloud cast a shadow over them, then from the cloud came a voice that said, “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased; listen to him.” When the disciples heard this, they fell prostrate and were very much afraid. After experiencing this vision, Jesus commanded the three not to say anything about what they had seen until after his Resurrection.

In this instance, Christ wanted three of his disciples to see his transformation, but they didn’t understand. They saw Moses and Elijah conversing with Christ, but they didn’t understand much. Then they saw the bright cloud, and a voice emerged saying “This is my beloved Son, listen to him.” The cloud represents the angel who guided the Israelite people during the journey in the desert. And the voice they heard was a terrible thunder that frightened them; it was the voice of Yahweh, that’s why they fell to the ground trembling.

This voice that they heard is the heavenly Father who was speaking to them, to see if the Jews would acknowledge Christ as the Son of God, that is, the true God. But until now, it was useless, because even now in the 21st century, the believers or Christians throughout the world are all divided, and Christ isn’t worth anything.

Christ Hasn’t Shown His Divinity

On this occasion, Christ transformed himself into a being of light, a glorious Christ, but even until now, his divinity and his glory as true God haven’t been shown. Indeed, even his divinity hasn’t been unveiled to everyone in the world. But his transformation was necessary for the emergence of faith, so that many could believe in Him by way of his disciples’ testimony.

The miracles and Jesus’ transformation were intended to kindle faith, so that those who followed him, could believe in him; but his transfiguration wasn’t for everyone in the world, only for those whom he chose. However, the revelation of his glory or deity, just as He truly is, that’s reserved for the one who’s been called ever since eternity.

That’s why Isaiah says: And to whom has the arm of Yahweh been revealed?
Jesus also says in Matthew 20,20-23: The mother of the sons of Zebedee approached Jesus and said to him, “Command that these two sons of mine sit, one at your right and the other at your left, in your kingdom.” Jesus said in reply, “You do not know what you are asking. My cup they will indeed drink, but to sit at my right and at my left, this is not mine to give but is for those for whom it has been prepared by my Father.”

I Am the Resurrection

In the Gospel of Saint John 11, 21-25, Martha said to Jesus, “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died. But even now I know that whatever you ask of God, God will give you.” Jesus said to her, “Your brother will rise.” Martha said to him, “I know he will rise, in the resurrection on the last day.” Jesus told her, “I am the resurrection.”

It’s evident that the presence of Christ before men didn’t hold much clout; his outward appearance and presence was so trivial, and even though he did so many miracles, even so, it wasn’t possible to see a God in him. Human beings are used to receiving, and the more we receive, the more we forget who loves us.

Even if Christ had told Martha that He is God Himself, she would not have believed it. Man only believes in what he can see, not in who bears witness.

The verse from Saint John 11 amply expresses that Christ’s glory couldn’t be seen by anyone. Despite the fact that the prophet Isaiah said: The glory of Yahweh shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see it together. On the day of Lazarus’ resurrection, instead of seeing the glory of Yahweh, they saw Yahweh/Christ’s death. Altogether, everyone abandoned him. Christ’s most faithful followers denied him and turned their backs on him.

Everything indicates that the coming of Christ was planned by God so that he would become the lamb that gives life. Revealing the glory of Christ wasn’t for that time, but only for whom the Father and the Son wish to reveal it to.

To be continued…

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