17For behold! I am creating
A new heaven and a new earth
     Isaiah 65/17 Tanakh JPS 1985.

22For as the new heaven and the new earth
Which I will make
Shall endure by My will
—declares the Lord—
So shall your seed and your name endure.     Isaiah 66/22 Tanakh JPS 1985.



Isaiah 6:

1In the year that King Uzziah died, I beheld my Lord seated on a high and lofty throne; and the skirts of His robe filled the Temple. 2Seraphs stood in attendance on Him. Each of them had six wings: with two he covered his face, with two he covered his legs, and with two he would fly.

Keith (Elijah):

the skirts of His robe filled the Temple: By a vision while awake and walking I have seen the hem of the Lord’s robe and His feet with sandals in the sky walking with His back to me and a faint appearance of all of His backside in white clouds. His robe was black and His hem was gold Hebrew letters which I knew by sight but not the meaning. I have been in vision to the Temple of Solomon and stood within the Holy of Holies. It requires an almost trance like condition obtained through meditation and G-d’s voice that guides me into the vision. This was done as part of a scripture lesson as they almost always are. His Temple is very different from visions of G-d on a throne with angels singing out and flying about. I have seen a Temple with a throne not described by any of the prophets. I was taken there many times as a part of my studies and it was not meant to be prophetic or have any other meaning. More like a teaching dramatization. It was used for many different books of the Bible and the New Testament. The skirt of G-d seated on a throne filling the Temple would have a greater meaning to Isaiah then I could ever know. Maybe His skirt was as a cloud or mist mindful of G-d’s spirit. In my vision of the Temple with a throne there are two cavernous rooms. In one room a throne with water flowing out of the right side into a large stream (as though outside) that flows along the left side (as I face the throne) and disappears under the back wall and flows out of and down the Temple steps. The Temple courtyard is almost always ankle deep in water. The other room is so white with light and sometimes dense white smoke or clouds or spirit that I disappear in them as though I had no form or body.

3And one would call to the other,
“Holy, holy, holy!
The Lord of Hosts!
His presence fills all the earth!”

Keith (Elijah):

In the beginning G-d’s spirit covered the earth and there is no account of that changing. It is His presence and much more. G-d is infinite and fills the universe. Where G-d dwells is where the essence of His presence is. “His Presence” is that place where His living being “feels” that it is. I am always in my body. Where my body is I am. For me to be somewhere else my body has to go there. That is not true for G-d. His consciousness fills the universe with absolute knowledge of all things, the presence of His spirit fills the earth and His Presence is where He decides to be and “feels” that He is. Anywhere. At any moment. He simply wills it. In Genesis the story tells us He thought creation and He spoke it into existence (that is, He willed it to be). That He divided the waters above heaven (expanse of sky) from the waters below heaven. These waters fill the universe and His presence is also in them.

4The doorposts would shake at the sound of the one who called, and the House kept filling with smoke. 5I cried,
“Woe is me; I am lost!
For I am a man of unclean lips
And I live among a people
Of unclean lips;
Yet my own eyes have beheld
The King Lord of Hosts.”

Keith (Elijah):

Isaiah tells us he is a sinner living among sinner’s which is true of all people and he is amazed that G-d will reveal His glory to him. G-d created man. He knows we are not like him. He is perfect. And His stories are full of His interaction and communication with humanity.

6Then one of the seraphs flew over to me with a live coal, which he had taken from the altar with a pair of tongs. 7He touched it to my lips and declared,
“Now that this has touched your lips,
Your guilt shall depart
And your sin be purged away.”

Keith (Elijah):

This is G-d’s forgiveness of sin. It is Isaiah that suffers for the purging of his sin. G-d accepts repentance if there is atonement and the sin is not repeated over and over and a heartfelt request in prayer to Him for forgiveness (for many people that is a hot coal). His stories also tell us with regard to His chosen people of Israel that when He is directly or indirectly the cause of their suffering He will forgive their sins and remember them no more at a time of His choosing.

8Then I heard the voice of my Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? Who will go for us?” And I said, “Here am I; send me.” 9And He said, “Go, say to that people:
‘Hear, indeed, but do not understand;
See, indeed, but do not grasp.’

10Dull that people’s mind,
Stop its ears,
And seal its eyes—
Lest, seeing with its eyes
And hearing with its ears,
It also grasp with its mind,
And repent and save itself.”

Keith (Elijah):

Isaiah is to prevent the Jewish people from repenting of their sins. Isaiah cannot really go to the Jewish people and cause them to keep sinning without repentance. G-d is using the sins of the Jewish people for a purpose in this story of a vision. To show that He will purge their sin without repentance for their suffering.

Jesus spoke this same verse in the Gospel of Mark as a new teaching from heaven:

1And he began again to teach by the sea side: and there was gathered unto him a great multitude, so that he entered into a ship, and sat in the sea; and the whole multitude was by the sea on the land.

11 And he said unto them, Unto you it is given to know the mystery of the kingdom of God: but unto them that are without, all these things are done in parables:

12That seeing they may see, and not perceive; and hearing they may hear, and not understand; lest at any time they should be converted, and their sins should be forgiven them.

13And he said unto them, Know ye not this parable? and how then will ye know all parables?    Mark 4/1 and 11-13 Holy Bible KJV

This verse of Isaiah is not literal. It is not something G-d really had done by Isaiah and it is not the normal state of the Jewish people to be blind and deaf to repentance. G-d knows that as the story shows. G-d is telling Isaiah to stop them from repenting.

Lest they be converted (to righteousness) and their sins forgiven shows that Jesus knew G-d forgives sin with repentance or for suffering.

Jesus did not really understand the book of Isaiah and yet he said he was the fulfillment of it. He said he was G-d and did not know G-d’s meaning in the verse. He did know of the covenant of sin forgiveness and told no one. G-d declared this covenant in Jeremiah 31/34 but it is in the book of Isaiah it is first declared for the Babylon exiles in returning to Israel and then rebuilding the temple.

The covenant G-d declared in Jeremiah was for a time to come when Jerusalem has been rebuilt by the Roman exiles and Elijah arrives with the angel of the covenant to have the Temple rebuilt for G-d to return to and dwell again with His people Israel. (In the days of Jesus and John the Baptist G-d was in His Temple and is one more reason John could not be Elijah).

11I asked, “How long, my Lord?” And He replied:
“Till towns lie waste without inhabitants
And houses without people,
And the ground lies waste and desolate—

12For the Lord will banish the population—
And deserted sites are many
In the midst of the land.

13“But while a tenth part yet remains in it, it shall repent. It shall be ravaged like the terebinth and the oak, of which stumps are left even when they are felled: its stump shall be a holy seed.”

Keith (Elijah):

By this story of a vision of Isaiah where he has been told to keep the Jewish people from repentance until they have been reduced to a remnant and the land is desolate G-d declares them to be a holy seed. For the Jewish people to be a holy seed He must forgive them of all their sins. There will always be at least one person still sinning.

He caused the sinning to continue in the vision and then for the suffering endured by them He remembers their sins no more. In other stories G-d tells us He forgives the sins of the Jewish people at different times for His name and His reputation in the world. He does not want the sins of His children Israel that He birthed in the desert to cast a bad light on Him.

So He remembers the sins of the Jewish people no more in a time to come and when that time comes Elijah the messenger arrives with the angel of that covenant to declare that the time of sin forgiveness of the Jewish people is here.

I am Elijah. The angel of the covenant is with me. The time to come is here. The Jewish people are today a Holy seed sinless in the eyes of G-d. They have a clean slate and those that heed and revere the Lord and are mindful of His teachings will see heaven and hear the voice of G-d.

17For behold! I am creating
A new heaven and a new earth
     Isaiah 65/17 Tanakh JPS 1985.

22For as the new heaven and the new earth
Which I will make
Shall endure by My will
—declares the Lord—
So shall your seed and your name endure.     Isaiah 66/22 Tanakh JPS 1985.

The new heaven of the seed and name of Israel is a heaven of angelic beings created from the souls and spirits of the Jewish people.

G-d will decide the day and time the cleansing of individual slates begins (and ends). It will take some time for my message to reach all of the Jewish people and be accepted as true. They will have to believe I am Elijah to accept the message. That will fall squarely on the shoulders of their religious leaders that understand the proofs that are in these writings.