These past few days, Ahaya has shared a parable with me in bits and pieces, but tonight He has made it plain so that I can share it. I need glasses to be able to see because I am nearsighted. I cannot see things afar off with my own eyes. With an older pair of glasses, I can see better and things afar off are better defined, but they are blurry. With my current prescription of glasses, I can see things afar off clearly, and everything is clearly defined as it really is. If I take these off, my eyesight becomes worse and I cannot see clearly like I originally used to. The man without glasses is like the gentile spirits who do not keep the commandments of the Most High Power. He sees nothing afar off and has no hope of comprehending the kingdom of Ahaya[Isaiah 42:20; (2 Peter 1:1-11[see v.9-11])]. The man with the old glasses is like the Scribes and Pharisees who keep the Torah under the Levitical priesthood. He can see a bit further into the spirit realm and potentially even the kingdom of Ahaya, but he cannot see clearly and it can be easily misleading as to what it is that he is actually seeing; as these things are a blur and a shadow of things yet to come[Hebrews 10:1]. The man with a current pair of glasses is like a servant of Yashaya. He sees unto the kingdom of Ahaya through the eyes of faith and has a hope by the wisdom and understanding granted unto him[2 Peter 1:8,10,11; Proverbs 9:1-6; John 16:13]. Woe unto the man who takes off the new glasses that he might not see[Alma 12:9-11; 2 Nephi 27; 2 Nephi 28]. He will be punished by the judge who shall say, "Did you see the events that took place and the evil that befell your neighbor?" The man will respond, "No, I couldn't see anything because my glasses were off." The judge would then inquire of the man why he did not have his glasses on and the man will be compelled to respond, "I removed them because I did not want to see that evil." The judge will be stirred up to wrath and say, "O you wicked and vain man, not only are you a witness as to this wickedness, but you are also a conspirator since you turned your face from that evil. Rather than helping your neighbor, you consented with his enemies and turned your eye from his afflictions. I will require double of you because you know the law by which I judge, and you have pretended to be ignorant of it." Don't you know Ahaya is the judge, and that the glasses are the eyes of faith and the works of the law? By both of these things, is righteousness established[Matthew 25:1-8; Rev. 14:12]. When you reject the truth it will be required more of you, for you were called a watchman over the house of Israel; nonetheless, you consented with Azazel to your neighbor's destruction. Woe, woe unto the world. For desolation is coming.