You will recognize yourselves, Independent Believers, in the following text: In Revelation 3,6-8 Jesus reveals that He only detains the Key that opens and closes, and that He opens a Door, to His sheep, that no one can close. This Door is open in Heaven (Revelation 4,1).

Our Brother Savior had already spoken to us about this Door in John 10: He is Himself this Door: “I am the Door of the sheep” (John 10,7). “If someone enters by Me, he will be saved; he will enter and will leave, and will find a grazing” (John 10,9). We entered by the Gospel since 2000 years. It was said: “Apart from the Church, no salvation!” But since then, the situation deteriorated and we find everywhere in the Church the “cesspools of impurity”. Today, in Churches and religions, we find no salvation. To them also applies this urgent call of the Apocalypse: “Leave, oh my people, leave her, for fear of sharing her crimes and having to share her plagues. Because her sins piled up until Heaven, and God remembered her iniquities” (Revelation 18,4-5).

Thence the shepherd of the sheep presented Himself again to open to his sheep a door of exit, an evasion that no one can close. Not only He had made them enter to feed them, but now “He makes them leave so that they find a grazing” that is no more found inside where all is dangerously rotten.

What is marvelous in Jesus’ words is that this good shepherd who watches jealously since long centuries over his sheep, made them not only enter, but also leave in order to find their food. Humanly speaking, one should say: ‘make them leave and then make them enter’. However, here it is the opposite. Now that the churches and the religions sank in disloyalty, the sheep’s substantial Food is lacking. To save them of famine, Jesus opens in front of them this new heavenly Door.

However, only the true sheep recognize the shepherd’s Voice and follow Him outside without ever turning around to die as the wife of Lot (Genesis 19,17-26). Faith and courage are necessary there because it is not easy to break the chains of traditions. The lukewarm will fear and will be vomited by God (Revelation 3,16).

You know well “the Grazing” that the sheep will find outside: Yes, it is in fact the Body, the Blood and the Spirit of the Messiah, the shepherd who gives Himself Body and Soul as “He gave His life for His sheep” (John 10,11). And this divine Life, He gives it to them, not in the traditional religious buildings, but inside their homes, outside of these cursed buildings:

“If someone hears my voice and opens the door, I will enter and have supper with him, Me close to him, him close to Me” (Revelation 3,20 / Luke 12,35-38).

“The sheep hear His voice; one by one he calls His own sheep and leads them out. When He has brought out all those that are His, He goes ahead of them and the sheep follow Him, because they know His Voice. They will never follow a stranger…” (John 10,3-5).

This good shepherd of whom Jesus speaks is the One prophesied by Ezekiel, God Himself:

“I declare Myself against the shepherds, says the Lord. I will take back my flock from them… I will take care Myself of my flock… In a good pasturage I shall feed them… I myself shall pasture my sheep, I myself shall give them rest, declares the Lord YHWH…I shall be a true Shepherd to them” (Ezekiel 34,1-16).

Blessed are those who recognize the Apocalyptic Voice of the Good Shepherd. They will dine with Him and He with them in intimacy. Amen!