The ESV is the only one that translates this verse right:
For God speaks in one way, and in two, though man does not perceive it.
Job 33:14 ESV
The Gospel speaks in one way……and in two…..though man does not perceive it.
These epic secrets aren’t given away for free. You have to want it. You have to pay real close attention…
In the days of Herod [a wicked killer of all the boys] , king of Judea [Judah, the Chosen Possessors], there was a priest named Zacharias [God remembers], of the division of Abijah [my father is Yah]; and he had a wife from the daughters of Aaron [the latter time], and her name was Elizabeth [God is an oath].
Luke 1:5 NASB
Aaron’s name is of unknown origin the scholars say. Or is it? As it happens his name aharon (אַהֲרוֹן) is spelled and pronounced exactly as this word acharon (אַחֲרוֹן), with the exception of a chet (ח) in place of the het (ה), a very slight difference. Do we have a prophecy of God remembering something regarding sons? And what does God remember? His oath, his promise….
Oh, and are you sure you had the right translation when you read that one verse? Jesus spoke in the present participle active, “is about“….
And if ye are willing to take, himself is Elijah, the one about to come. Matt. 11:14 literal
Are YOU willing?