A Passionate Search for Truth
HonorOfKings.org has gone through several iterations since its inception in 2011.
At first, it was a blog used to expose the seedy underbelly of the “the prophetic movement” and its associated ministries. I suppose it never really lost this flavor as, over the years, I continued to glean information from the Bible on the topic and relayed it to you as I saw fit.
But I grew past that “focus” and my understanding of truth matured over time. I no longer just accepted something as “truth” because somebody told me it was “truth.” Too often, their “truth” just didn’t add up, so I started digging.
I searched for the truth in both the Word of God and history.
In fact, the search became my passion.
It is the glory of God to conceal a thing; but the honour of kings is to search out a matter.
Proverbs 25:2 has always been the ethos behind HonorOfKings.org. It was all about the joy of the search. And yet, truthfully and ironically, the search did not always produce joy.
In fact, when I discovered the truth and compared it to what I had believed in my 40+ years of being a Christian, I was both startled and devastated.
What I had thought was a “rock-solid foundation” was actually a crumbling framework based upon man-made doctrines and manipulated half-truths.
So I found myself having to make a choice: either dig my heels in and continue to live in deception or take what I’ve learned and move forward.
I chose to move forward.
What You Will Find in This Blog
A lot of what you’ll read in HonorOfKings.org is just me trying to sort out what I’ve learned in the past 10-15 years and comparing it to what I’ve been handed.
The focus shifts between teaching on what the Bible says about false prophets to various other teachings. I write a lot about what Christianity says about its history and where it thinks it’s headed vs. actual church history and the direction it’s really going.
I need to make it abundantly clear to my subscribers, naysayers and anyone else who visits this site:
I never intended HonorOfKings.org to be a “ministry” . . . to me, it was just a blog.
If you receive any kind of ministry while reading the contents of this blog, that’s the Father working in you, answering and affirming things that He already put in place, not because I intended to minister to you.
I’m only one man who works a normal 40 hour job and writes in his spare time.
Maybe I should backpedal a little.
I did chase the pipe dream of being a career blogger with an online ministry for a short span of time. I may have even promoted it as such to others in the earlier years, and for that I repent publicly.
It was foolish to try and chase that rabbit.
The bottom line is, HonorOfKings.org was a tool used for showing my research findings to others and externalizing my thoughts as I connected the dots.
Truth be told, I learned from HonorOfKings.org just as much as you might have.
Where Am I Now?
I still love to study the Scriptures and the history of “the church.” It is also very intriguing to watch the direction the church is going.
I find this to be a love, an obsession and a necessity.
Though “searching out a matter” does not always end on a high note, it is an awareness that I cannot afford to lose.
But I have to be honest. Because of these studies, my understanding of the Elohim of Israel, the Messiah and what it means to be His, is changing and shifting.
Looking back, many of my earlier posts have statements, doctrines and opinions that I no longer hold as close as I used to. Some I now disagree with; others I have to say . . . “I just don’t know.”
Yet, as HonorOfKings.org comes to a close, I’m still leaving these posts up, as I feel that they will be stepping stones for some and embolden others to ask questions.
For some, that’s going to be a major turnoff, and that’s OK. This is my journey, not yours.
The Fear of Challenging Mother
I honestly don’t understand those who say they are in a relationship with the Father, study the Word and have a handle on what it means to serve Him and yet stay in the same place, following the same crowd, continuing in the same doctrines, all the while ignoring their doctrine’s most obvious incongruities.
For most, it’s because they are comfortable in their paradigm and they don’t want to rock the boat.
For others, it is due to a fear of questioning the main tenets of their faith. Christianity as a whole has been browbeaten with the threat of hellfire for so long that it has wrapped its religious framework around that fear.
Question doctrine “A,” you’re going to burn in hell.
Question doctrine “B,” you’re going to burn in hell.
Question doctrine “C,” you’re going to burn in hell.
Thanks, Mother Church.
The truth is ALWAYS the truth – no matter who is speaking.
Because of the transitory nature of this blog, I do not feel the need to leave up a “statement of beliefs” for you. If I did that, it would be inevitable that you would immediately paint an image of me, contrast my beliefs with yours and then decide to accept or reject what I have to say.
It’s not your fault; it’s just human nature. We’ve all been taught to do it.
The Mother Church has indoctrinated us to believe that if someone does not adhere to the core doctrines she has put in place, then they are uneducated and incapable of telling the truth.
Her Protestant daughters are doing the same.
But even a psychopath like Charles Manson can go out on a summer day and declare “the sky is blue” and be telling the truth.
Fortunately, I’m not a psycho like Manson, but I do understand that credibility is lost when you question (and even challenge) the modern day understanding of the doctrines put in place by the Catholic (and by extension, Protestant) church.
So, why are we so afraid to do that?
If the truth is actually “the Truth,” it will stand on its own against any challenge, and no matter who says it.
So Here It Is
Nonetheless, for those of you who think that a lack of a “statement of beliefs” provides an opportunity for me to deceive you, let me throw you a bone.
If you are looking for a “cutting edge” Christian leader, teacher or writer . . . I am not your man.
In fact, I no longer identify as a Christian. I’m not a Jew or a Hebrew Roots enthusiast, either.
But I love the Elohim of Israel and my faith is centered around serving Him.
I realize that this is going to rattle some cages. So many of you cannot comprehend the idea that someone can love Israel’s God without being either a Jew or a Christian and holding to their respective doctrines.
But if you will awaken from your hermeneutically-induced trance and analyze Scripture and history with your God-given logic and intelligence, you will quickly see that you have been handed an unsustainable mindset.
You can observe it from history.
You can see it in the Bible.
You can see it in the direction the church is going.
You can’t argue with reality.
I Must Be Moving On
I understand that what I have written in this final post may have made me anathema to many of you.
I’m at peace with that. Again, this is my journey, not yours.
But I also know that many of you still have questions, and perhaps you have been contemplating the same mysterious contradictions that I have.
If that’s you, I want to encourage you to check out the archive (as well as the links in the menu above). There are so many posts in this blog that will embolden your stance and support it with solid evidence from the Word and history.
You are not crazy.
You are not rebellious.
Not all is well in Church-ville . . . and that was the plan all along.
My Next Project
To those of you who have been with HonorOfKings.org for awhile, I have not given up on writing. In fact, I have quite a few posts in the kicker and plans for a new series of books.
For over 2 years, the Father has had me focus on the first 9 chapters of Proverbs and the period of time between the death of King Solomon and the arrival of Elijah.
As I study these passages and observe what is going on in the world around me, I have come to the realization that I need to take my focus off of HonorOfKings.org and create another blog (TheStrangeWoman.com) that focuses more on this paradox.
If you felt that HonorOfKings.org was a challenge to your faith, I guarantee you that TheStrangeWoman.com will take it to the next level.
For those of you whose walk with God is characterized by “blind faith,” TheStrangeWoman.com will not be for you. With best wishes and high hopes, I bid you farewell.
For those who enjoy the passionate pursuit of truth, no matter the cost, come on over and check it out.
A satisfied soul loathes the honeycomb, but to a hungry soul, every bitter thing is sweet.
Seriously consider this verse before you click the link: http://www.thestrangewoman.com
All the best,
Kevin Kleint, signing off.