There are 362 verses describing natural and manmade
objects as vehicles in the Bible
Two Important Verses
The concept that God uses flying vehicles and that those vehicles are part of a fleet of high tech vessels, known as, the Hosts of God is never mentioned from the pulpit, although, the Bible clearly proves this concept through in a thousand verses. Two of the verses lend particular detail to this concept, describing the need for these vessels, and the fact that there are thousands of different types of these flying vehicles. Though veiled in mysterious translation mistakes and additions, when viewed in the original text, these verses provide interesting aspects to this paradigm.
Why God Uses Flying Vehicles
The most common argument we receive concerning this paradigm, that God travels in vehicles similar to UFOs, and that God has need for this, is that this is a ridiculous concept; because “He” is everywhere, all the time. We believe that the Spirit, or force, of the Father God, called El in the Hebrew, is described as the head of the Family of beings known as the Elohiym, and is part of all living things. This word, Elohiym, is the Hebrew word most often translated into the English word God. The word elohiym, pronounced el-o-heem’, is the plural of elowahh; gods in the ordinary sense; but specifically used in the plural thus, especially with the article of the supreme God. The word is definitely plural. And we believe that the Elohiym, the beings called God, which are led by the “individual” Elohiym called the Lord God named Yhovah, are not restricted by physical limitations, but do have a physical presence. The Elohiym are served by a variety of powerful beings, named the Malak, and called under the generic name in the Bible, as angels. It is that Family, Yhovah and the other Elohiym, along with the Malak, (God and the angels), that use these flying vehicles. This view of the real God, and Gods, of the Bible is easily revealed with simple research of scriptures on these subjects, and requiring no special knowledge. The research, upon which the details of this concept are based, can be found in two informative links on this website: The Reality of God and Jesus, The Christ
With a realistic understanding about what the Bible does say about the nature of God, the following concepts describe a need for these vehicles, and a likely description of a vast number and variety of vessels in the fleet of God, the “Hosts of the LORD” .
A Need for the Vehicle
The verse, which confirms that God himself actually states that he does appear in clouds, for a specific purpose, is found here:
Exodus 19:9 And the Lord said unto Moses, Lo, I come unto thee in a thick cloud, that the people may hear when I speak with thee, and believe thee for ever. And Moses told the words of the people unto the Lord.
The words ‘unto thee’ in the phrase come unto thee, ‘with thee’ in the phrase speak with thee, and ‘thee’ in believe thee were added by the translators. The original verse actually reads:
“And the Lord said unto Moses, Lo, I come in a thick cloud, that the people may hear
when I speak, and believe for ever.”
Yhovah is not saying the people will hear and believe in Moses. The Lord clearly states the presence of this object is being used, by Him, to impress the people, so they will hear him and believe in him..
The Fleet Of Yhovah – Great Numbers and Types of Vehicles
Almost 300 times, the God of the Old Testament is referred to as the Lord of Hosts. The word host is taken from, tsaba’, pronounced tsaw-baw’; a mass of persons (or figuratively, things), especially organized for war (an army). This is an army, or fleet of many thousands of chariots and millions of beings called the Malak or angels. The chariots of God are also called chariots of fire and are described as flying. It is also clearly stated that the clouds are his chariots. Since Jesus is Yhovah of the Old Testament and because he will return coming in the clouds it is doubtless that those clouds are the flying chariots of fire of 2 Kings. Thousands of them certainly constitute a fleet. Bible text states that this fleet was involved in the creation of our current biosphere and will be the force that wrests control from the rebel angels that have power over the Earth and imprison these rebels for a 1000-year period.
There is one verse that offers an interesting view of the awesome extent of the influence of the Family of God. When John witnessed the Revelation, he described the number of beings in the presence of Jesus, who was the same Yhovah of the Old Testament: “And I beheld, and I heard the voice of many angels round about the throne and the beasts and the elders: and the number of them was ten thousand times ten thousand, and thousands of thousands;” (Revelation 5:11) If taken literally, he is saying the number is, at least, in the hundreds of millions or, even possibly, in the millions of hundreds of millions, which translates to the trillions. Since the phrase “ten thousand” is translated from the Greek word for “myriad”, the number may be uncountable, in human terms. And, considering these beings obviously have physical presence, the concept represented in this verse, possibly describing a wide variety of many different types of vehicles to serve them, seems obvious.
“The chariots of God are twenty thousand, even thousands of angels: the Lord is among them, as in Sinai, in the holy place.” (Psalms 68:17). This last verse needs to be considered very closely, in its original meaning, as there are translation anomalies within it.
* The Phrase “twenty thousand” was translated from the Hebrew word ribbow, pronounced rib-bo’; meaning a myriad, i.e. indefinitely, large number. It is not the Hebrew word commonly used for the number twenty, but, rather, the word used for an uncountable number.
* The word “angels” was translated from the word: chaliyphah, pronounced khal-ee-faw’; meaning alternation: This is the only instance in the Bible where this word is translated into “angels”, and the reason is a mystery. “Chaliyphah” is commonly used in reference to variety, as in changes of clothing or attitudes. The word “thousands”, preceding the word “chaliyphah”, does mean thousands in the Hebrew.
With these two mistranslations considered, the verse could easily be read: “The chariots of God are myriad with thousand of varieties”