Hupsélos: high, lofty. In other words, meant to exalt and glorify. From the Strong's Concordance for the Greek number 5308. The message is broken into two parts: Hupsélos, and Anab Enab. This is because I received the message in two parts, hupsélos being the first, with Anab Enab coming several weeks later. Anab/Enab, meaning Anab: "grape," a place in the hill country of Judah (in other words, a "good" grape, proper for harvesting and turning into sweet wine). From Strong's Concordance for the Hebrew 6024. Enab: a grape, specifically a dried grape, or raisin, withered; Deuteronomy 32:32 grapes of poison. From Strong's Concordance for the Hebrew 6025. Therefore, Anab Enab holds the meaning of choice and differentiation between being a good grape or a bitter and poisonous grape.
The original message of part one, upon completion, counted to 5308 words in length. The Holy Spirit delivered the Wisdom that I would know the message was complete by matching the word counts with the Greek/Hebrew definitions of words found in Strong's Concordance. Therefore, I was delivered of the knowledge that part one, hupsélos, did indeed exalt and glorify God. Hence the title of Hupsélos. The second half of the message counted to 6024/6025, delivering the Wisdom that this section was to present the reader with their choice, to serve and worship Jesus Christ as your Lord and Saviour, or choose the Antichrist/Beast, or Satan as your master. The choice is to be a "good grape" or a "poison grape", or to choose between Good and evil. Hence the second half of the teaching is titled Anab Enab.
However, the true message, after final edits and revisions given by H.G. (Holy Ghost), delivered the ultimate confirmation that the message in its entirety was indeed both correct and complete. Part one, hupsélos 5308, became 5429, in Strong's for the Greek - Phronimos: intelligent, wise, prudent, i.e. mindful of one's interests. Part two, originally Anab Enab 6024/6025, became 6018, in Strong's for the Greek - Dienthymeomai: to ponder, consider, reflect. Therefore, when combined, the two parts of the final message equal 11,447 words in length, and the combined meaning is equal to: Whole Teaching, Wise Examination, Intelligent Study; i.e., from the Wisdom of the Holy Spirit/Holy Ghost.
And now, all I can do is leave this message with you, and hope that you make the choice to be Anab, the Good Grape, a place in the hill country of Judah (Judah being the specific tribe of Israel that Jesus descended from), in other words, if you are Anab, you choose Jesus Christ, who changed water into wine, and He will change you, if you let Him into your heart. Jesus Christ will wash away all of your sins, purify your soul, and make you ready for the journey home, through Him, so that you can stand in the presence of God your Father in the Kingdom of Heaven. Since you cannot enter Heaven without first being washed clean of your sins, and only Jesus Christ is able and worthy of doing so, through His sacrifice for and forgiveness of your sins upon the Cross, this is why it is said by Jesus Himself that, 'no one can come to my Father except through me.'
The Gospel According to St. John 14:6 (KJV):
Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.
In regards to the author of this teaching, beyond H.G., when it came time to incorporate the teaching into The Society: Trilogy, I was specifically moved to size the title font to 32. As with the tried and true teaching from H.G. himself, I checked it against Strong's for the Greek 32, and was not surprised to receive back ággelos: a messenger, generally a (supernatural) messenger from God, an angel, conveying news or behests from God to men.
32 ággelos – properly, a messenger or delegate – either human (Mt 11:10; Lk 7:24, 9:52; Gal 4:14; Js 2:25) or heavenly (a celestial angel); someone sent (by God) to proclaim His message.
32 (ággelos) is used 176 times in the NT (usually of heavenly angels), but only the context determines whether a human or celestial messenger is intended. For example, 32 (ággelos) in Rev 1:20 can refer to heavenly angels or key leaders (perhaps pastors) of the seven churches.
† So now you understand who the true author of the message is; and it is not myself. I am merely the messenger, set to transcribe the Wisdom received through instantaneous knowledge, and translate it into a message for readers, mainly those left behind after the Rapture. I pray you receive this message and that it helps you make the right choice. God loves you and is waiting for you to choose Him and invite Him into your heart and life. May God bless you, and may Jesus Christ be known as your Lord and Saviour. Jesus Christ is my Lord and Saviour whom I love more dearly than anything. Jesus Christ is the Lord. Amen. †