The completion of the mission of Melchisedech is in Eucharistic man, Christ Jesus
The Great Monarch, Petrus Romanus, who is the completion of the mission of Melchisedech, is given the power to do judgment. This is so because Jesus said: “Amen, amen, I say unto you, that the hour comes, and now is, when the dead shall hear the voice of the Son of God, and they that hear shall live. For as the Father has life in Himself, so He has given to the Son also to have life in Himself. And He has given Him power to do judgment, because He is the Son of man” (Jn 5:25-27).
The Father gave Jesus power to do judgement, not because He was the Son of God, but because He was the Son of man. Why is this so important? The Son of man the Eternal High Priest, and as such He has the right and duty to do judgement, to rebuke, chastise and remove errant rulers, both secular and ecclesiastical, to forgive sins in Holy Confessions. “Whose sins you shall forgive they are forgiven them, and whose sins you shall retain, they are retained” (Jn 20:23). He has supreme authority to command: “All power is given to Me in Heaven and in earth. Going therefore, teach ye all nations: baptizing them in the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you. And behold I am with you all days, even to the consummation of the world” (Mt 28:18-20). Jesus received all power from His Father, and in virtue of this power, He sends His anointed forth into the whole world, to all nations, even as His Father sent Him (Jn 20:21). It is Jesus Who anoints, Who appoints, and Who is the authority over all creation: “You have not chosen Me: but I have chosen you; and have appointed you, that you should go and should bring forth fruit; and your fruit should remain…” (Jn 15:16).
In order to understand this authority and fulfillment of the Word of God, let us return to the beginning stages as it is recorded: “Melchisedech, the king of Salem, bringing forth bread and wine, for he was the priest of the Most High God, blessed him and said: Blessed be Abram by the Most High God, Who created Heaven and earth. And blessed be the Most High God, by whose protection, the enemies are in thy hands. And he (Abraham) gave him (Melchisedech) the tithes of all” (Gn 14:18-20).
Who was this king of Salem? Saint Paul says: “For this Melchisedech was king of Salem, priest of the Most High God, who met Abraham returning from the slaughter of the kings and blessed him: to whom also Abraham divided the tithes of all: who first indeed by interpretation is king of justice: and then also king of Salem, that is, king of peace, without father, without mother, without genealogy, having neither beginning of days nor end of life, but likened unto the Son of God, continues a priest for ever” (Hb 7:1-3).
This king, without father, without mother, without genealogy, having neither beginning of days nor end of life, brought forth bread and wine, and blessed faithful Abraham. Who is Melchisedech? I believe that he is the Son Of God, Second Person of the Holy Trinity, appearing as a man. In this kingly appearance, He celebrated the victory by ‘man’ over the evil empire of aggressive kings. The appearance of the Son of God as ‘the king’ prefigured the arrival of the Son of man as man in His Divine and Human nature. The bread and wine were a prefiguring of the consecration into the Body and Blood of Christ at the Last Supper. This Body and Blood of Christ, Holy Eucharist, becomes Eucharistic man in those who receive Him worthily in Holy Communion. The Son of God became the Son of man, and the office of Melchisedech was completed in Christ in the ‘Divine sense.’ But that office must be completed in the ‘human sense’ and that completion occurs in Eucharistic man who has been transformed into the newness of life and the fulness of Christ (Ep 4:13).
“I saw heaven opened: and behold a white horse. And he that sat upon him was called faithful and true: and with justice doth he judge and fight. And his eyes were as a flame of fire: and on his head were many diadems. And he had a name written, which no man knows but himself. And he was clothed with a garment sprinkled with blood. And his name is Called: the Word of God. And the armies that are in Heaven followed him on white horses, clothed in fine linen, white and clean. And out of his mouth proceeds a sharp two-edged sword, that with it he may strike the nations. And he shall rule them with a rod of iron: and he treads the winepress of the fierceness of the wrath of God the Almighty. And he hath on his garment and on his thigh Written: King of kings and Lord of lords” (Apoc 19:11-16).
Petrus Romanus, the Great Monarch, is the completion in absolute faith of the mission of Abraham and defeats the evil kings of Zionism, Freemasonry and Communism. As the king of Justice and Peace met Abraham after the slaughter of the evil ones, so too, the Son of man, Christ the King, will meet Petrus Romanus, Priest of God and King, and celebrate the Consecration of the Last Supper and the Victory won for us on the Cross! “For the priesthood being translated, it is necessary that a translation also be made of the law” (Hb 7:12).
Of all that we have said, we are given encouragement and confirmation by Jesus Christ Himself: “Yet that which you have, hold fast till I come. And he that shall overcome and keep My words unto the end, I will give him power over the nations, and he shall rule them with a rod of iron: and as the vessel of a potter they shall be broken, as I also have received of My Father. And I will give him the Morning Star” (Apoc 2:25-28). The Morning Star is Eucharist man, Christ Jesus.