[87] The Vineyard Cultivator Parables

The event symbolism for all 3 of these parallel parables is that Jesus is the son, the house is the church, the vineyard is the saints, the fence is the law of the church, the winepress is the spirit baptism test, the tower is scriptures (a means of seeing a long way forward), the first cultivators are the Jewish religious leaders of Jesus' day, the scribes and the pharisees, the new cultivators were the first Christians. 

33 Hear another parable: A man, [there] was a householder [God], who planted a vineyard [Direct JAC saints] and put a fence [Law of Moses] around it and dug a winepress [spirit baptism test which you could pass or fail before Jesus died. However you could not be resurrected as an angel until John died and you could not get your everlasting life until after Jesus gave his ransom on 33Nisan16] in it and erected a tower [old testament], and let it out to cultivators [Priesthood, the sons of Levi], and travelled abroad [into the first death].
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When the appointed time/season of the fruits [] drew near, he dispatched his slaves [prophets] to the cultivators [priesthood] to get his fruits [sons of the CRC and sons of the JAC who have not failed their test].
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However, the cultivators took his slaves, and one they beat up, another they killed, another they stoned.
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Again [palin] he dispatched other slaves, more of/than the first [ones], but they did to them likewise.
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Lastly/afterwards/latterly [usteron] he dispatched his son [Jesus] to them, saying, 'They will respect my son.'
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But the cultivators, having seen the son said among themselves, 'This is the heir [Jesus is actually his own heir, because he was resurrected!]; come, let us kill him and get his inheritance!' [The Kingship over Jews]
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So they took him and threw [him] out [exebalon] outside [exw] [adverb] of the vineyard and killed [him] [crucified as a non saint, a cursed man].
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Therefore, whenever the lord of the vineyard [Jesus] comes, what will he do to those cultivators?
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They said to him: Bad [ones] [they are], he will destroy them badly [Only Matthew has an evil destruction, Jerusalem was sacked by Titus and the temple was burnt in 70CE] and will let out the vineyard [saints] to other cultivators [Christians of TCC1], who will render him the fruits in their appointed times [food at the appointed time, fruit in due season] (Matthew 21).

42 Jesus said to them: Did you never read in the scriptures, 'The stone which the [ones] building rejected, this [one] turned to be into head [kefalhn] of corner [Jesus became the cornerstone of TCC1. But there were 4 corners to every temple building in ancient Israel. Whereas the Al Aqsa Mosque has 8 corners]. From [the] Lord this has came about, and it is fantastic in our eyes [heavenly beings do not have literal eyes].
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Due to this I say to you, the kingdom of God will be taken from you and be given to a nation producing its fruits [metaphorical but not part of the dual parable].
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And the [one] falling upon this stone
will be shattered. And whomsoever it falls upon, it will pulverize him (Matthew 21).

12 And they were seeking to seize him, but they feared the crowd, for they knew that he spoke the parable at them. And [so] they left him and went away (Mark 12).

The Word Symbolism

33 Hear another parable: A man, [there] was a householder [Jesus], who planted a vineyard [true Christian church for receiving 1NC saints, since Jesus was a man, present in the flesh] and put a fence [congregation entry/exit criteria, the law of the church] around it and dug a winepress [sealing of spirit baptism] in it and erected a tower [bible, a means of seeing a long way forward], and let it out to cultivators [the members of FDS1, the church administration], and travelled abroad [This is TCC1].
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When the appointed time/season of the fruits [the sealing season for the 1NC in the first presence] drew near, he dispatched his slaves [prophets, teachers, counsellors etc, to keep the church on track for salvation, these are not necessarily the cultivators, not in the church administration, so not necessarily entitled to any power at the head of the church] to the cultivators to get his fruits [sons of the CRC and sons of the ARC].
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However, the cultivators took his slaves, and one they beat up, another they killed, another they stoned.
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Again [palin] he dispatched other slaves, more of/than the first [ones], but they did to them likewise.
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Lastly/afterwards/latterly [usteron] he dispatched his son [Paul, as the mediator of the ELC] to them, saying, 'They will respect my son.'
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But the cultivators, having seen the son said among themselves, 'This is the heir [All mediators of covenants must die to gain their authority. But they are resurrected and so are heirs to their own death as was Jesus] come, let us kill him and get his inheritance!' [1NC covenant authority]
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So they took him and threw [him] out [exebalon] outside [exw] [adverb] of the vineyard and killed [him] [Paul was disfellowshipped from TCC1 and credibility was destroyed, they probably banned any member of the church from speaking to him on pain of excommunication].
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Therefore, whenever the lord of the vineyard [Jesus] comes, what will he do to those cultivators?
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They said to him: Bad [ones] [they are], he will destroy them badly [Only Matthew has an evil destruction, corruption by the Roman State into the Roman Catholic Church, an evil result] and will let out the vineyard to other cultivators [FDS2], who will render him the fruits in their appointed times [food at the appointed time, fruit in due season] (Matthew 21).

42 Jesus said to them: Did you never read in the scriptures, 'The stone which the [ones] building rejected, this [one] turned to be into head [kefalhn] of corner [Paul became the cornerstone of TCC2. There were 4 corners to every temple building in ancient Israel]. From [the] Lord this has came about, and it is fantastic in our eyes [heavenly beings do not have literal eyes].
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Due to this I say to you, the kingdom of God will be taken from you and be given to a nation producing its fruits [metaphorical but not part of the dual parable].
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And the [one] falling upon this stone
will be shattered. And whomsoever it falls upon, it will pulverize him (Matthew 21).

1 And, he started to speak to them in parables: A man [Jesus] planted a vineyard [another vineyard, another true Christian church for receiving 1NC saints, since Jesus was a man, present in the flesh], and put a fence [The law of FDS3] around it, and dug a winepress-vat [to seal saints and to receive sealed saints - the vat] and erected a tower [not a Watchtower but the scriptures, which enable the reader to see a long way forward - if he will read them with his eyes open], and let it out to cultivators [members of FDS3], and travelled abroad [This is TCC3].
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And he sent off toward the cultivators at the appointed time a slave [after FDS3 is appointed over all belongings], that he might get [something] from the fruits of the vineyard from/beside the cultivators.
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But they took him, beat him up and sent him away empty [Russellites?].
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And again [palin] he sent forth another slave to them; and that [one] they struck-on-the-head and dishonored [Milton Henschel who had his headship removed?].
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And he sent forth another, and that one they killed [The administration of Laodicea?] and many others, some of whom they beat up and some of whom they killed [lots of other people were sent to the Watchtower but were simply abused].
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One more he had, a beloved son [Gordon, the last son, hence one more only]. He sent him forth last to them, saying, 'They will respect my son.'
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But those cultivators said among themselves, 'This is the heir [All mediators of covenants must die to gain their authority. But they are resurrected and so are heirs to their own death as was Jesus]. Come, let us kill him, and the inheritance [2NC Covenant authority] will be ours.'
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And having taken [him] they killed him, and threw him out [exebalon] outside [exw] [adverb] of the vineyard [Gordon was disfellowshipped on 1995Adar11 and killed, became as dead to JWs due to their satanic shunning law].
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[So] what will the lord of the vineyard [Jesus] do? He will come and destroy the cultivators [the members of the administration of FDS3/ES2], and will give the vineyard to others [The true 1NC saints and FDS4 in Zoar] (Mark 12).

10 Did you never read this scripture, 'The stone which the [ones] building rejected, this turned into [the] head of the corner [Gordon became the cornerstone of TCC4. There were 4 corners to every temple building in ancient Israel]?
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From [the] Lord this come about, and it is fantastic in our eyes'
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And they were seeking to seize him, but they feared the crowd, for they knew that he spoke the parable at them. And [so] they left him and went away (Mark 12).

9 But he started to say to the people [including the chief priests and scribes and older men] this parable: A man [Jesus] planted a vineyard [another true Christian church for receiving saints] and let it out to cultivators, and he travelled abroad for considerable times. [cronouV] [This is TCC2, no fence, rather amorphous, longest lasting church - considerable times].
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But at the appointed time/season [after the FDS2 is appointed over all belongings] he sent out a slave to the cultivators, in order that they might give him [something] from the fruit of the vineyard. But the cultivators, having beat him, sent him away empty.
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But he repeated [this] to send a different slave. But having beaten and dishonoured that one, they sent him away empty.
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And he repeated [this] to send a 3rd [one]. But they also threw this [one] out having wounded him.
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But the lord of the vineyard [Jesus] said, 'What shall I do? I will send my son [MZ], the beloved. Justly they will respect this one.'
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But having seen him, the cultivators were reasoning with one another, saying, 'This is the heir [All mediators of covenants must die to gain their authority. But they are resurrected and so are heirs to their own death as was Jesus]; let us kill him, that the inheritance [ELC covenant authority] may become ours.'
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And having thrown him out [ekbalonteV], outside [exw] [adverb] of the vineyard, they killed [him]. What, therefore, will the lord of the vineyard do to them?
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He will come and destroy these cultivators and will give the vineyard to others. On hearing [this] they said: Never may that happen! (Luke 20).

17 But the [one] having looked upon them, said: What, therefore is this the [thing] having been written: The stone which the [ones] building rejected, this turned into [the] head of [the] corner?
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Everyone, the [one] falling upon that stone will be shattered. But whomsoever it falls upon, it will pulverize him (Luke 20).

Man (3), Heir (3), Inheritance (3), Son (6), Vineyard (6), Fence (2), Tower (2), Winepress (1), Winepress-Vat (1)

Man, Lord of Vineyard. 2 designations, so 2 characters in word symbolic meaning.

Luke has MZ as the son of the Lord of the Vineyard not of the man (Jesus).

All 3 sons are spirit covenant mediators and therefore sons in the covenant tree of the ARC of Jesus. They are not direct spirit sons of Jesus. This leads us to a fascinating question (resolved 2012August12 at 20:33). Since Jesus does everything that he sees his father doing. Then since God had a human son, so does Jesus! This son must be non adamic, a direct human son of Michael. This son was not Melchizedek, the second Adam, who was the second direct human son of God who replaced Adam and began Eden2. No it was Methuselah, the son of Enoch, who was possessed by Michael. This guy will be the king of the kingdom of God on earth. Now we know why. He is Jesus' firstborn human son and therefore his human kingdom heir. Michael obviously saw God sacrificing his second born human son Melchizedek in order to validate the FRC. So he too sacrifices his firstborn son, Methuselah, in order to validate the CRC.

It is actually theoretically possibly that Gabriel (who is younger than Michael) was a 43rd generation angel and is Michael's angelic son. For Gabriel is the head of the second holy spirit - see intro20b

3 In being fatherless, motherless, without genealogy, having neither a beginning of days nor an end of life [He did of days as Jared in the pre flood system. Not as Melchizedek in the post flood system] but having been made like the Son of God, he remains a priest perpetually (Hebrews 7). 

So Melchizedek (Jared) was not a son of man. He was not a son of pre-fall Adam. He was a totally non adamic human son of God. He had no genetic/genealogical human parentage at all. He had two surrogate parents, being the son of Mahalalel. But was gene zapped not to be a son of pre-fall Adam but rather to be a son of God and brother to Adam. So from a human genetic standpoint he was both fatherless and motherless. Yet he was made like the son of God, like Jesus - by gene zapping. 

But then we read...

19 Therefore, in answer, Jesus went on to say to them: Most truly I say to you, The Son cannot do a single thing of his own initiative, but only what he beholds the Father doing. For whatever things that One does, these things the Son also does in like manner (John 5). 

So Jesus likewise had a non adamic human son, his first born called Methuselah.

The tragedy is that every set of cultivators not only goes off course and starts exploiting the vineyard for its own benefit, but also, refuses to change course when this is pointed out to them by slaves sent from God. Finally the son appears and a new set of cultivators who are in his covenant take over. Every church must therefore be ready to accept advice from outside, in the form of interpretations, doctrine, prophecy, administration, evangelism etc, since this advice might be coming from a very slave of Jesus.