Authorized Semi-Public Version of the Bible
This web page contains the last three ASPIs of the Authorized Semi-
Public Interpretation Version of the Bible, based on the authority of II
Peter 1:20,21, the Apostle Peter and God Himself through the Holy Spirit.

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ASPI-10:  The Salvation of God.
ASPI-11:  The New King of the New Israel.
ASPI-12:  The Living God Wants Others to Live.

ASPI-10:  The Salvation of God {called the One Baptism in

I. God chose the time!
                       Isaiah 40-52
1. First, there was John the Baptist saying in effect THIS IS THE
TIME: Isaiah 40:3-5, Matthew 3:3, Mark 1:2,3, John 1:23, and Luke 3:
2. It was inevitable since these things were already recorded in the
Word of God that they would happen: Isaiah 40:8 and Luke 21:32,33:
(1) Most to happen during Christ’s generation; and (2) The rest on the
final One Day of the LORD as the old earth and old heavens pass
3. The Mind of the LORD became the incarnated Mind of Christ:
Isaiah 40:13 and I Corinthians 2:16.
II. God Himself took the initiative by sending His own Son to planet
1. This is My Beloved Son, God said of Jesus of Nazareth: Isaiah 42:
1-4, Matthew 3:17, Mark 1:11, Matthew 17:5, Mark 9:7, and Matthew
2. God is faithful but He will listen to the cries of men for salvation in a
time acceptable to Him: Isaiah 45:14 and I Corinthians 14:25.
3. It is inevitable that every knee will voluntary now and involuntarily at
the end of time bow and worship to the praise of God: Isaiah 45:23
and Romans 14:11.
III. Men will come from the four corners of the earth to worship God.
1. Men will come from north, south, east, and west: Isaiah 49:7-12
and Matthew 8:11.
2. Heaven and earth will pass away, not Gods Word: Isaiah 51:6 and
Luke 21:32,33.
3. Gentiles will come in large numbers in spite of the fact that Gods
name has been blasphemed among them because of the Jews: Isaiah
52:5 and Romans 2:24.
4. Paul preached widely the Gospel of Christ where Christ was not
already named in order that those who did not previously see and
hear might both see and hear: Isaiah 52:15 and Romans 15:21.
IV.  Who Has Believed the Reports from God? {Another way the
Bible asks the question how many and who has believed the Prophets
and Apostles, the book of the Bible as the Word of God and respect
                              Isaiah 53
1. To whom has the salvation, or arm of God, been revealed: Isaiah
53:1, John 12:38, and Romans 10:16.
2. Who and how many believed the miracles of healing as Jesus took
on Himself the infirmities: Isaiah 53:4,7 and Matthew 8:17.
3. Who and how many believed when John the Baptist made the
report, “Behold, the Lamb of God...” (Isaiah 53:4,7 and John 1:29,36)
4. The great report of Jesus from the cross as He is made a criminal
and curse for mankind, and according to the predictions of the Old
Testament: Isaiah 53:12 and Luke 22:37.

ASPI-11:  The New King of the New Israel.

I. Jews and Gentiles as fellow citizens in the new kingdom.  {yes, back
to the kingdom again!}
                        Isaiah 54-66
1. The unmarried have more children that the married, the Gentiles
have more children of God than the Jews: Isaiah 54:1 and Galatians 4:
2. None comes to the Father except as drawn by the Father, and all
those who are taught by the Father: Isaiah 54:13 and John 6:45.
3. God gave in the Temple to the Jews a House of Prayer, but they
had turned it into a den of thieves by the time of Jesus: Isaiah 56:7
and Matthew 21:13 and Luke 19:46.
4. All the nation of Israel that is really the Israel of the children of God
will be saved: Isaiah 59:20,21 and Romans 11:26.
II. Characteristics of the New King of Israel.
1. The message to Zion is that your new King comes meekly, riding
on a donkey: Isaiah 61:11 and Matthew 21:5.
2. Jesus told them in Nazareth of how the Spirit of God was upon
him: Isaiah 61:1,2 and Luke 4:17,18.
(1). God anointed Him to preach the gospel to the poor. {A King
especially for the poor people.}
(2). God sent Him to start the release of captives, and to make
provisions that the blind might be able to see.
(3). To provide freedom for the downtrodden.
(4). To make a Proclamation as to when is the Acceptable Year of the
Lord (the last days) that leads to the One Day of the LORD and Lord.
3. Happiness in this new kingdom will come only to those who first
mourn because of their inability to do it for themselves: Isaiah 61:1,2
and Matthew 5:4.
III. The Method of Citizenship Only That From God, on Gods terms
as dictated in the Old Testament and made evident in the New
1. The New Citizenship found of those who sought it not or who
searched not for it (grace): Isaiah 65:1 and Romans 10:20,21.
2. Jerusalem is the city of the Great King: Isaiah 66:1 and Matthew 5:
3. The Christ, the Prophet Messiah, born in Bethlehem, Micah 5:2,
Matthew 2:5,6, and John 7:42, to be: (1) A ruler of the people; and (2)
A shepherd of the people.
4. The sowers of the Old Testament and the reapers of the New
Testament will rejoice together in this New Kingdom: Micah 6:15 and
John 4:37.
IV. The Good News of the Gospel of the Kingdom preached by
1. How welcome across the way on the mountain is the first sight of
those who come with the Gospel: Nahum 1:15 and Romans 10:15.
                         Jeremiah 1-30
2. Yet most do not believe the report, foolish people without the ability
to see or hear: Jeremiah 5:21 and Mark 8:18.
3. God established a House of Prayer but the nation of Israel turned it
into a den of thieves: Jeremiah 7:11 and Matthew 21:13, and Mark 11:
4. Trust in God: (1) Whoever boasts, let him boast only in God:
Jeremiah 9:24 and I Corinthians 1:31; and (2) Trust only in God:
Jeremiah 17:5,7 and II Corinthians 11:9.

ASPI-12:  The Living God Wants Others to Live.

I.  God’s desire after His originally chosen nation of Israel has
continuously broken His covenant, forsaken Him, and served other
                    Jeremiah 31-52
1. Rachel weeps for her children: Jeremiah 31:15 and Matthew 2:
2. Gods desire to walk among and dwell in His own people: Jeremiah
31:1 and II Corinthians 6:18.
II. The just, justified, or righteous must live by faith in God.
1. Righteousness by faith; Habakkuk 2:4, Galatians 3:11, and
Romans 1:17.
2. Kingdom of God starts out small then grows larger: Daniel 4:9 and
Mark 4:32.
III. The sanctified and glorified must live by faith in God.
1. The beginning of glorification is when see the Son of Man coming
in great power and glory: Daniel 7:13, Matthew 24:20, and Mark 13:26.
2. The end of the ordinances of the law and the temple worship came
during the Abomination of Desolation of Daniel, 80 A.D.: Daniel 9:27,
11:31, and Mark 13:14, and Matthew 24:15.
3. Before the Second Coming there will be a time of tribulation in
which even the heavens and earth are affected: Daniel 12:1-3 and
Mark 13:19.
4. Shook only the earth before, the last time will shake earth and the
heavens: Haggai 2:6 and Hebrews 12:26.

IV.  Final Messages to Disciples and to All.
1. To Disciples: do you not see, hear, and remember: Ezekiel 12:2
and Mark 8:
2. To Jewish religious leaders: in vain they do worship: Ezekiel 33:31
and Matthew 15:7.
3. To Zion: your King is Coming: Zechariah 9:9, Matthew 21:4, and
John 12:14.
4. To Crucifiers: they gaped on Him whom they pierced: Zechariah 12:
10 and John 19:37.
5. To Disciples: will strike down the Shepherd and the sheep will be
scattered: Zechariah 13:7 and Mark 14:27.         
6. Jacob I loved and Esau I hated: Malachi 1:2 and Romans 9:13.
7. The Voice of One Crying in the wilderness “NOW”: Malachi 2:10
and Matthew 11:10 and Mark 1:2.