By R.J. Konczyk and J. Daniel

Did you ever pray the Lord’s Prayer, where you prayed for the coming of the Kingdom of God on earth: “Thy Kingdom come, Thy Will be done, on earth as it is in heaven?” This was the only prayer that Jesus gave us. Did you ever wonder what it actually means?

This Kingdom of God on earth is a real “Kingdom” with a king. This king is a hereditary position that fulfills God’s promise that He gave to King David, that his lineage and throne shall endure forever.

God has already sent the return of Christ, and He is a male descendant of the Davidic Kings. He did not come according to the imagination of man. Rather, He came fulfilling prophecy. He brought a new Revelation through which the Kingdom of God on earth that Jesus taught us to pray for, will be firmly established throughout the entire world.

His Revelation is the culmination of all the previous Revelations given by God through His Messengers. As has happened with all previous Revelations, man has taken what was originally intended, and changed it according to his own limited capacity and selfish desires. In so doing, mankind has been deprived of the truth of God’s Will and Purpose, and His glorious Covenant for a new age. This new Revelation was given by the “Glory of the Father,” prophesied by Jesus the Christ, written down by Mark in chapter 8, verse 38.

“For whoever is ashamed of me and of my words in this adulterous and sinful generation, of him will the Son of Man also be ashamed when he comes in the glory of his father.”

As Jesus foretold, the name of the return of Christ is Baha’u’llah, the Glory of the Father. He came well over one hundred and fifty years ago. Placed in chains, beaten, and put in prison, Baha’u’llah spent forty years proclaiming God’s new Covenant to the people, writing to the kings and rulers of the earth, imploring them to turn to God. Baha’u’llah’s message has gone unheeded. As in ages past, those who did hear and embrace His message, later turned their hearts away from God, choosing instead to seek earthly power and riches. Those who were to protect and serve the Covenant of Baha’u’llah, as well as His chosen ones after Him, created an oppression so great that the people of the world have been denied this glorious message. Dr. Leland Jensen, mentioned here in Over the Wall of Oppression, was a third generation Baha’i. He began teaching this new faith at the age of seventeen, and since that time devoted his entire life to teaching this wonderful message of the Kingdom. He was well-acquainted with Biblical scripture and the Baha’i teachings, being very successful in bringing new believers into the faith. He was present when the faith was hijacked by a group of people whose sole purpose was to protect and serve the Covenant, and thus he had considerable knowledge of events that transpired at that time. The facts presented within these pages are written in very clear and understandable language so all may know of the deeds done. This text provides a great opportunity for those who do not have the understanding of those events, or the meaning of the Covenant, to come out from under this great oppression and embrace the glorious truth. We have been blessed with having known him for nearly two decades and with hearing this message directly from him. We not only learned of the Baha’i faith, but also the real meaning of our existence and purpose in life. His love for Baha’u’llah and for God showed in everything that he did. We would stay up for hours listening to his words, thirsty for more. Over the Wall of Oppression isn’t only for the Baha’is, it is also for the Christians. The explanations and commentaries on various Christian subjects and prophecy will truly open one’s eyes to the truth of such subjects as the meaning of the word “Christ,” the history of the trinity, the meaning of the “resurrection,” the “Beast,” and more. Part Two consists of the explanations and commentaries on the book of Revelation, which is a message of the Kingdom, and the catastrophe.

R.J. Konczyk and J. Daniel

August 2016

[This is the first page of the book.]