A little more than two years ago, my pastor allowed me to bring this teaching to a Wednesday night gathering in the church. Because of his background, the pastor didn’t agree with some of the points he knew I’d convey, but he trusted me that I spoke truth, and he had the courage to give me the go-ahead on this subject. There are many issues in the Bible that are controversial; among them are such items as the Rapture, i.e. pre-, mid-, or post- Trib; the question of how eternal security works, i.e. are we once saved and always saved; and this one that harkens back to Genesis 6. Over the years there’s been a schism as to whether the sons of God noted in verses 1-4 are actually divine beings or simply good men, i.e. the sons of Seth. I hope to dispel anyone’s doubts in this presentation that the bene Elohim – the sons of God – are indeed rebellious heavenly entities, and the resulting Nephilim from their union with human women were actually hybrid spiritual beings.
There are three parts to this entire teaching – done over a three-week period. I’d like to bring them all into this Rumble format, but I’ll have to determine the timing for the second and third parts. A word of warning: these aren’t short teachings. They are longer because of the depth of material. I hope you’ll hang in there with each one that I bring because they should really help in your overall understanding of the Bible and the world in which we live.
One of the interesting outcomes from this teaching was the change in thinking of my pastor. Initially, he did not believe that the heavenly sons of God, i.e. angels as so many describe them, could procreate with human women. He clung to Matthew 22:30 in which Jesus says:
For in the resurrection they [mankind] neither marry nor are given in marriage, but are like angels in heaven.
After thinking about all the Biblical evidence I presented in this teaching, my pastor changed his hard and fast interpretation of that verse and became very open to the possibility of what I taught.
For some of you, what I present may challenge your traditional thinking. What I can tell you is that everything I discuss is completely Biblical with one Scripture proven by others, just as we’re instructed in order to assure that we’re rightly dividing the Word of God.
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After reading the book by Ryan Pitterson “The Judgement of the Nephilim” (based upon your recommendation), I have a full understanding that fallen angels did indeed procreate with human women. when you understand it from a scriptural standpoint it explains a lot of what is happening today.
As for a misunderstanding of Matthew 22:30, For in the resurrection they [mankind] neither marry nor are given in marriage, but are like angels in heaven. Context and taking into account the whole cannon of scripture is very important, isn’t it?!
The Bible is SO incredible, God gave it to us to have a complete understanding of His plan for mankind, and understanding of our history and our future. It must be studied in full (both Old and New Testaments) for our edification and sanctification. Just one more example (among thousands) that it was inspried by the Holy Spirit and Jesus is Who He claims to be.
Of note, many of the Bible Pastors and Eschatology teachers I follow are coming around to an understanding of this piece of Biblical history. Understanding the history of the Nephilim is vital to recognizing the latest version of Satan’s plan to destroy human DNA by contamination, but this time through a variety of ways via trans-humanism, not interbreeding. Since this is integral to fully understanding what Jesus warned about in the Last Days as being as in the Days of Noah, I believe the Holy Spirit is helping faithful pastors and ministers share more understanding and correct knowledge than ever before. You are among that throng Gary, well done and thank you!
Thanks, Robin. This comprehensive understanding of OT (Israelite) theology is critical to piecing together the entire Biblical narrative. It’s astounding how it all fits together when we have all the puzzle pieces. All this was such a revelation to me and really fueled my excitement – even more – for Scripture and Bible prophecy. There’s nothing dry and boring about the Bible when you see this bigger picture!
Agreed, it’s the best ‘read’ in the world.
And it is always new and fresh, and eternal, just like Jesus. No wonder He IS the Word!
Thank you for your teaching! I am looking forward to Parts 2 and 3.