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Mark when you see the words “perfect” or “perfection” in Scripture, because they are connected to our Great High Priest Jesus Christ (Yeshua Ha Machiach) and His Eternal Order of Melchizedek:

“Though He was a son, yet learned He obedience by the things which He suffered; and being made PERFECT, He became the author of eternal salvation unto all them that obey Him; called of God a high priest after the Order of Melchizedek” (Hebrews 5:8-10). 

“For it became Him, for whom are all things and by whom are all things, in bringing many sons unto glory, to make the captain of their salvation PERFECT through suffering. For both He that sanctifies and they who are sanctified are all of one” (Hebrews 2:10-11).

First, please wipe the performance-based perfectionism from your mind, because it’s about His sons being kings of righteousness which clearly reveal their righteous state of being where it’s easily seen and understood.

Did you notice that when we looked at the deeper dimensions of the word “perfect” in yesterday’s post, it moves from being a verb to an adjective to a noun? Please permit me to re-iterate: “The word “perfect” in the Greek is an action verb teleioō, which communicates the action of completing, finishing, accomplishing, consummating in character, fulfilling an event, or simply making something perfect. It comes from the Greek adjective teleios, which speaks about a perfect full age man – one who is complete in labor, complete in growth, complete in mental character, and complete in moral character. If we digger deeper into teleioō’s very root, we get the Greek noun telos, which describes setting out for a definite point or goal. Think of a telescope when you think of telos, because it’s a point aimed at as a limit. It is also a conclusion of an act or state to the uttermost.”

Therefore, Teleioō is the action verb for the consummation of a person’s character being made perfect. Teleios is its descriptive adjective, which denotes the quality of Mature Man in Christ being made perfect, and telos is the noun, which describes the one who is being made perfect is aiming at becoming just like Yeshua: “Not that I have already obtained it or have already become PERFECT, but I press on so that I may lay hold of that which also I was laid hold of by Christ Jesus” (Philippians 3:12). 

I have been pondering when something begins as a verb moves to being an adjective, and then to being a noun. In the simplest terms, it appears to be all about a person’s actions determining who they are. Think of it this way. People know that my husband and I are farmers by what we do. We till the land, sow the seed and reap a harvest. If we called ourselves farmers, but didn’t demonstrate that reality; we would be dreamers at best. At worse, we would be liars and hypocrites. Those maturing into the fullness of the Order of Melchizedek will do no less.

We grow from faith to faith and glory to glory: “For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, The just shall live by faith” (Romans 1:17). 

The Book of James makes it clear that righteousness is a state of being where a person’s faith is completed with its outworking. It’s where our actions (i.e., works) show what we truly believe: “Do you see that faith was working together with his works, and by works faith was made perfect? And the Scripture was fulfilled which says, ‘Abraham believed God, and it was accounted to him for righteousness.’ And he was called a friend of God” (James 2:22-23). 

Please do not buy into the caca that what you do doesn’t matter. When I look back on my life, I see how every single decision and thing I have done has affected my life for good or bad. Thank you, LORD, for redemption!!!

“Behold, I come quickly. My reward is with me, to repay to each man according to his work. I am the Alef and the Tav, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End. Blessed are those who do His mitzvoth (commandments), that they may have the right to the Tree of Life, and may enter in by the gates into the city” (Revelation 22:12-14 HNV).

~ Robin Main

Written February 4, 2015 – Sapphire Throne Ministries – Robin Main. Copyrighted – If you are going to copy this, please copy it right by giving attributions to this source.

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While doing my MELCHIZEDEK ARISING videos, I have run into several individuals who seem to think that Jesus Christ being the High Priest of the Order of Melchizedek negates the reality of people entering into this order. I chalk this up to religious orders not being a common thing these days.

First, please allow me to make it perfectly clear that Yeshua Ha Mochiah (Jesus Christ) is the only High Priest of the Order of Melchizedek (Heb 2:17; 4:14-15; 5:1,5,10; 6;20; 7:26; 8:1; 9:11; 10:21); and therefore, its Head.

“Melchizedek” is more of a title than a name when it comes to the Order of Melchizedek. When Scripture says that Yeshua has been “called of God a High Priest after the Order of Melchizedek” (Hebrews 5:10), a group of people united in a formal way under the banner of the “Order of Melchizedek” is implied. Groups like the Order of Saint John may not be very familiar to many of us in our day, but various religious orders where people have been required to take solemn vows have existed for a very long time… probably since the days of Genesis 14. These have been communities under a religious rule. In Genesis 14’s case, it was the King of Righteousness’s rule. It was this man who was also a priest of Most High God that ruled Salem, which was the predecessor of Jerusalem.

Wherever we find the term “kings and priests” in the Word of God, it’s connected to the first occurrence of “Melchizedek,” because fundamentally Scripture tells us that the Genesis 14 Melchizedek was both a priest and king.

Just like the Order of St. John is an order of chivalry, so is the Order of Melchizedek an order of perfection. If you study all the occurrences of the word “perfection” in Scripture, you get a picture of PERFECT talking about completion, accomplishment or consummation of something, especially in character — being complete in labor, complete in growth, complete in mental character and complete morally. In the Greek (Strong’s 5046), it speaks of a full age or mature man, which is the manifestation of the sons of God spoken of in Romans 8:19. At its root, PERFECT in Scripture speaks of setting out for a definite point or goal – to be just like Jesus – and its fulfillment to the uttermost.

Just so you know, there is not one verse that shows where His people enter the Order of Melchizedek. We must take a common sense and holistic approach to understand this concept. I got the revelation for this concept when I asked Abba: “When are people initially commissioned into the Order of Melchizedek?” He told me an one-liner: “When they enter the Kingdom of God.”


• “And the disciples were astonished at His words. But Jesus answered again and said to them, “Children, HOW HARD IT IS FOR THOSE WHO TRUST IN RICHES TO ENTER THE KINGDOM OF GOD!” (Mark 10:24 NKJV).

• “Jesus answered, “Most assuredly, I say to you, UNLESS ONE IS BORN OF WATER AND THE SPIRIT, HE CANNOT ENTER THE KINGDOM OF GOD” (John 3:5 NKJV).

• “Strengthening the souls of the disciples, exhorting them to continue in the faith, and saying, “WE MUST THROUGH MANY TRIBULATIONS ENTER THE KINGDOM OF GOD” (Acts 14:22 NKJV).

This makes sense, because the sons of God, who are being made kings, have to have entered His Kingdom. Yeshua’s sacrifice on the cross was the once for all perfect sacrifice that makes a way for whosoever wills to have access to many heavenly realities. Once we accept the gift of salvation, it takes persistence on our part and focus on the Author and Perfecter of our Faith to join Him in the heavenly work here on earth to become just like Him. As we move unto perfection (becoming a mature son of God), we are learning to be His kings and priests.

Notice that Revelation 1:6 says “And has made us kings and priests unto God and His Father.” Revelation 5:10 also repeats: “And has made us unto our God kings and priests, and we shall reign on the earth.” That phrase “has made us” speaks of a progressive work where people endeavor to make our heavenly position our earthly condition.

The particular segment of His family that are referred to as His royal priesthood has made the first step of entering the Kingdom of God according to the requirements in His Word (John 3:5, 1 Peter 2:9) with the goal of MANIFESTING THE FULLNESS OF BEING MADE KINGS AND PRIESTS TO GOD here on earth as it is in heaven.

Side Note – You know people who have gotten saved by grace through faith (Ephesians 2:8-9) who never move on from that initial step. Yes. These people are part of His family when they accept His gift of salvation, but those who are part of Order of Melchizedek have chosen to move beyond the entryway state of salvation where they simply “see the Kingdom of God” (John 3:3).

Know that the actions of those in the Order of Melchizedek will speak volumes. Just like Abraham, our completed or perfected faith will be revealed (James 2:20-23).

~ Robin Main

Written September 14, 2014 – Sapphire Throne Ministries – Robin Main. Copyrighted – If you are going to copy this, please copy it right by giving attributions to this source. Blessings!

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