​​Elijah ate Bread and Water. Why would the God of Heaven and Earth give a man bread and water for a meal?

The Bread represented the Strength and Teachings, and the Water represented Life.
Hence, we have:
-Bread and Wine
-Bread and Water
-Bread and Fish
Each compound food represents something spiritually.


When you use the number 7, you are dealing with the 7 Archangels of God. Therefore, we see three sets of 7 Angels operating in the apocalyptic events of the Book of Revelation.
The number 7 is intertwined into the completeness of the mysteries of God through the Angelic Orders of Heaven.
The Council of Heaven rules by this number (7) and the judicial orders are carried out via 7 Chief Angels.
If we look closely, we also see the Angelic operation with Zerubbabel and the Priest Joshua who are the two Olive Trees and anointed ones of the Earth.
In the vision of Zechariah, and John, 7 Candles were seen, which are the 7 Archangels of the Book of Revelation.
Zechariah  4:2, “I see, and behold, a lampstand, all of it gold, and a bowl on its top, and its Seven Lamps on it, and Seven Pipes to the Seven Lamps on its top”
Zechariah 4:10, “The seven lamps are the seven eyes of YHVH [“Yahuah” or “the LORD”], which see all over the earth.”

Here we see 7 Lamps, each having 7 branches, which are the “7 Eyes of God on Earth; these are called the 7 Spirits of God. These 7 Spirits are 7 Archangels called 7 Lamps that burns before the Throne of God – Rev_4:5, “And seven lamps of fire were burning in front of the throne, which are the seven spirits of God.

Also in Zechariah 3:9, “For, behold, I will bring forth My Servant, the BRANCH. For behold, the stone which I have given before Joshua, on the one “stone” are SEVEN EYES. I will engrave its engraving, says Yahuah of Hosts, and I will remove the iniquity of that land in one day”.
This “Stone” is speaking of Jesus, [Matthew 21:42, “Jesus said to them, “Did you never read in the Scriptures, “The stone which the builders rejected was made the head of the corner.”; Psalm 118:22-23]. This Stone is the Lamb of God with 7 Eyes – Rev_5:6, “a Lamb stood, as if it had been slain, having SEVEN HORNS and SEVEN EYES, which are the SEVEN SPIRITS of God sent forth into all the earth.
Hence, we see 7 Seals (Rev_5:5) concealing the mysteries of the 7 Archangels who are the 7 Lamps, and 7 Eyes of God and 7 Spirits of God.
These 7 Lamps are:
1. The Spirit of The LORD
2. The Spirit of Wisdom
3. The Spirit of Understanding,
4. The Spirit of Counsel
5. The Spirit of Might
6. The Spirit of Knowledge
7. The Spirit of the Fear of The LORD (Isa 11:2)

If these 7 Spirits of Isaiah 11:2 are the 7 Archangels, why is the Spirit of the LORD one of them? Is the Lord an Archangel as the Jehovah Witnesses teach? NO!
The Lord is NOT an Angel, but is the Living GOD; God of gods, Creator of the Heavens and Earth; therefore, I will explain this mystery.
The menorah [the 7 Candle stick] contains a middle stick with 6 branches, (3) on each side. It symbolizes the seven days of creation, and the 7 Angels of God’s presence, which are the 7 lights of the days of Creation, each having an Archangel over it. The center branch has the main light which representing the Sabbath, the Lord’s Day of rest and also represents the Angel that is the personal representative of God Himself on Earth; this is the same Angel who came to Moses in the place of God.
The Bible says in Exodus 3:2, “And the angel of the LORD appeared unto him in a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush.” Here we see that it was an Angel of God [Angel of Fire] that was in the Bush. This is also confirmed in Acts 7:30, “an angel appeared to him in the wilderness of Mount Sinai, in a flame of fire in a bush”.
However, in Exodus 3:4, it says, “God called unto him out of the midst of the bush, and said, Moses, Moses.”
Exodus 3:6, “Moreover the Lord said, I am the God of thy father, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob.”
Exo 3:7, “And the LORD said, I have surely seen the affliction of my people which are in Egypt, and have heard their cry by reason of their taskmasters; for I know their sorrows;”
So, who did Moses spoke to in this burning Bush? Was the being God himself or an Angel? Based on scriptures it was an Angel of God; but why did the voice say, “I am God”? Was the Angel calling himself God? No!
This Heavenly Being was an Archangel who represents God and carries the Voice and Character of God Himself. This Angel is called the “Angel of His Presence”, the one who appears in the stead of God in the realm of man. Note there are (4) four Angels of His presence: Michael, Gabriel, Raphael and Phanuel.
The sets of 7 Angels are all there to accomplish the Lord’s completeness in the Earth.

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