Wednesday, August 27, 2014

We seem to constantly go back to the entry door, which is faith, which comes as God's gift (Romans 10:14 and 17) to us. It is written that it is He who He chose us. Just as He chose Abraham. 


"[Exodus 33:19] I will have compassion on whom i will have compassion..." - Choosing again. No pat on the back here... It's all by grace. Done deal. But that's only an entry. 


Some will saved but barely by the skin of their teeth, and so they remain as babies. Hence, [Hebrews 6:1] "Therefore leaving the elementary teaching about the Christ, let us press on to MATURITY not laying again a foundation of repentance from dead works and of faith toward God. The word MATURITY is (Gr. teleiotēta) [Matthew 5:48 Be PERFECT as your heavenly Father is perfect (Gr. teleios) the same word. Why? Because there is the attainment and not the going back and forth from the door and back to the door.


Since faith comes as a gift, (1Cor. 12:9) we receive it, accept and that's our faith. That's it - THE ENTRY DOOR. To what? To God's Kingdom. And once you are in then what? Who is the author of our faith?

Now that you are in the Kingdom go deeper. Call it works, spiritual growth overcoming, triumphing winning, cleaving, walking by faith, in the Spirit etc... it's still doing something. You are saved. You
are IN, why going back to the door back and forth?

Jesus said (please never forget it and do not skip over, it is the key).

[John 14:16-18] “I will ask the Father, and He will give you another Helper, that He may be with you forever; that is the Spirit of truth" (...),

"Another Helper," not the physical person like Jesus was, spiritual teacher and guide. 

"whom the world cannot receive, because it does not see Him or know Him, but you know Him because He abides with you and will be in you.“ (...)

Does not (physically) see, nor can (physically) touch, verify, have an opinion about, interpret or even control. Holy Spirit was there with the disciples for Jesus did not speak from Himself; He repeatedly said so. No self. No ego. Complete the Father-dependance. 

"I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you."

So when Jesus comes He comes as the victor who overcame death for us. And being the Word He will teach us through the Holy Spirit, invisibly, quietly and in total peace, spiritually, as opposed to speaking physically.
This is the world of divine oneness. As the Firstborn Son, with the task to die and rise from the dead for the world, Jesus knew this spiritual oneness, perfectly. We have lost it and that is why we jump to all sorts of conclusions and create theology.  

Therefore, like the Ethiopian Eunuch, Philip told him that if he believes he must do something too, (he received the gift of faith by hearing Philip preaching from Isaiah 53. Again read Romans 10:14; 17). So the Eunuch entered the Kingdom. Saved. Sealed. Forever. But is that the end? No. All of us must go deeper, grow, mature and attain.

[Ephesians 4:13] ...until we all ATTAIN to the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, to a mature man, to the measure of the stature which belongs to the fullness of Christ.


I have noticed that I am often from 10 to 20 years ahead of the rest. It is verified and confirmed to be true.

It works like this: When the LORD inspires me and the Holy Spirit really falls on me (He is our Teacher and guide into all the Truth) He makes it all so plain, simple and straight. It works on the principle of compassion, which is leaving self, going out and feeling God the person, His nature the way He really is in truth.

When that happens there comes the divine teaching, agreeing all scriptures, but above all Holy Spirit expels all previously believed false ideas from the Scriptures. Most human ideas are subjective, which have even became holy church doctrines. Yet, they are in error therefore false. He repairs these errors and then renews my mind.

Because of the elapsed very long time, under the indoctrination, it is hard for people to grasp all that the H.S. teaches through me. It takes more time. But the Truth always wins. I get impatient and even angry that people are so slow. For this I apologize.

Being a forerunner and ahead of time is indeed very burdensome. If anyone can define a living sacrifice, I am it.   

Finally. The greatest revelation up to date is that Jesus said, ‘the Father is greater than I’ (a doctrine of Arius, in about 300 A.D., under the Roman Emperor Constantine. Arius was banned, but then compromised and the church got a new god called Jesus Christ. This was done on purpose to spite the Jewish God… I suppose). So the problem with that is self, no self-nullification, but self VS. self. This breeds religious bigotry and even fanaticism. When Jesus is the Firstborn Son of God and we are His siblings then all scriptures fit together perfectly, because the TRUTH (Holy Spirit) made it so.

The puzzle is made complete. Jesus had to overcome. He relinquished the (human) will and subjected Himself to the will of the Father (in Gethsemane). Then Revelations 3:21 makes perfect sense. Etc. On and on. The train of divine logic moves on. 

If Jesus was a walking God on earth then there was no need for submission and self-nullification. But the Bible trumpets our submission to God. That is the secret, which hardly anyone wants to know (I do not see any signs of it nor hear anything) and that is because of self, ego, and pride... I suppose. This also upsets me. So I leave it be. For sanity sake I switch to something else just to not lose my balance. These mental exercises I do constantly.

After resurrection Jesus said to Mary, I go to MY God and YOUR God. MY Father and YOUR Father. If we can be perfect as even the Father is perfect then what’s the problem (Matthew 5:48)?

If we can be sinless (1John 1:9 ; 5:18) then where is the problem? The problem is always the self and the pride of life.

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