Is the Bible understood by Christians

Godsmedium (@godsmedium) 8 years, 7 months ago

What is the true purpose of the Bible, and why are there so many Christians leaving religion to become atheist? Is the universe a mere 6000 years old or does the Bible refer to something totally different? Why are there so many Christian religions teaching their own teachings whilst all are supposed to teach from the same book? What is Hell, do we have free will, why was the physical creation created if we are all spiritual beings stuck inside a physical body of illusion? Is Jesus a man? Where is God?

November 14, 2013 at 1:05 am
Godsmedium (3) (@godsmedium) 7 years, 10 months ago ago

How will God COME!!!!!

Chapter 4.. (From Secrets of the unknown God)
When will God come in the clouds?

My teachings will become more spiritual from Chapter 3 and therefore more difficult for some seekers to understand. Those who do not understand something clearly should continue reading to the end. You should find the answers to your questions as we continue cracking the codes from the Bible.

In chapter four we will look into the mysteries of where God lives and when He will come; we shall see that He is not as far away from us as we might have been told.

To start off with; I quoted two texts from the Bible Luke 17: 20 and Revelation 1: 7. These two texts have to be understood clearly, before the facts on God’s coming will be revealed to us.

These texts teach about the visible and invisible return of Jesus in the clouds. By visible and invisible, I mean that His teachings are not understandable to everybody and therefore invisible to those who have no sight. Jesus Christ has always spoken in parables whereby God’s kingdom remained veiled from the wise and prudent.

Luke 17: 20 and Revelation 1: 7

These two texts which both mention the coming of God will not make sense to some at first; as we might find them contradicting each other. But this is most definitely not the case. Contradiction comes into play when people attempt to understand God’s spiritual teachings literally and thereby attempt to see spirit with the carnal eye.

Preachers from two different denominations might teach these two texts to their communities as having totally different meanings. Or some preachers might solely use Revelation 1: 7 to explain God’s coming; as Luke 17 might be beyond their grasp. This is exactly what I am hoping to change.

In the first instance; we have to seek the kingdom of God according to Matthew 6: 33. We will therefore find God, and He will manifest to us when we find His kingdom. There are a few matters we have to clear up first though.

Luke 17: 20-21 ‘20And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: 21Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.’

Thus, it is written very clearly that the kingdom of God cometh not with observation. But are we not all taught that we will see God coming in the clouds? Why does God say that He will not come with observation?

When we read from Revelation 1: 7, it is clearly written that every eye shall see Him when he comes. Read carefully:

Revelation 1: 7 ‘7Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him. Even so, Amen.’

Which one of these two texts is the correct description of God’s coming then? Does the Bible contradict itself then? No, it does not; there are a few mysteries we have to clear up before we will be able to see what God is teaching in these two texts.

First of all, we will not understand the teaching if we do not understand these next codes.

Code for:

1) Clouds—Read Chapter 7
2) The spirit eye—on which we should have a clearer understanding by now

Is the Bible explaining the same coming of God, or are there others we are not aware of? No, it is exactly the same coming. We merely have to take a closer look at who Jesus was teaching at the two different times when he explained God’s coming.

The book of Revelation is not understood by those whom are not spiritually advanced. Revelation is the book of visions and prophecies. Most Christian religions are not familiar with visions or the prophet at all. They will therefore not be able to reveal the hidden mysteries from this mysterious book.

Moreover, in Luke 17 Jesus was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come. Jesus knew that the Pharisees had no eye to see spirit and it would have been of no use to tell them that God was coming in the clouds. They had no eye to see God or the cloud; which are both spirit and invisible to the human eye. Jesus had to lead their minds away from an imaginary God coming from above the stars literally and that is the reason He told them that God’s kingdom will not come physically. The Pharisees believed that God was a physical being, and when Jesus told them that the kingdom of God was within them, they would have hopefully come to the realisation that no physical being would be able to live within their physical bodies. This way they reached the conclusion that the coming was not physical. Jesus therefore told them to search within their own hearts instead of attempting to literally search for a god above the physical sun, moon and stars.

In Revelation 1: 7 God said that every eye would see Him come. This was totally clear to the understanding of God’s advanced children whom he made this known to. They had the eye to see spirit and would have seen God return on the cloud.

On the other hand; those who have no eye would not see God come for them in the clouds. The Pharisees whom Jesus spoke to in Luke 17, did therefore not have the eye to understand the codes, and would therefore not be able to see God in any shape or form.

The eye with which we see spirit is the same eye which Jesus mentioned to His disciples in Matthew 13 and Luke 8. This is the spirit eye we have to have opened before we shall see God come.

Luke 8: 4-5 ‘4. . .he spoke by a parable: 5A sower went out to sow his seed.’

Jesus was teaching the parable of the sower to all those who were present; including His disciples. Neither the crowd nor the disciples understood the code of the parable. His disciples were not advanced to the level where they could see in spirit at this point; as we shall see by the answers they demanded of Him.

Luke 8: 9-10 ‘9And his disciples asked him, saying, what might this parable be? 10And he said, unto you it is given to know the mysteries of the kingdom of God: but to others in parables; that seeing they might not see, and hearing they might not understand. . .’

Jesus literally revealed the parable solely to His disciples; although everybody heard His teachings. Jesus knew that the blind and deaf in spirit would not understand and departed together with his disciples without anybody else understanding His teachings. This is a clear indication that solely His disciples were chosen to receive the eye.

When Jesus told the Pharisees that the kingdom would not come with observation Luke 17, was precisely for this reason. The coming of God is the spiritual transformation of mans spirit; from darkness to Light which is not visible to the human eye.

This is logic, as we should be able to understand from Luke 8, Mathew 13 and Mark 4 where Jesus clearly explains that merely some had eyes and ears to hear and see. These few texts should shed enough light on this code to reveal God’s coming.

Some might ask the question; that if most people are not able to see the kingdom of God come according to Jesus, when will the coming actually be taking place?

Let us see what Jesus reveals on when the time of His coming will be, from Matthew 16. This should shed more light on this code for those who do not understand at this point. It might even confuse some readers; but it should become clear as we continue.

Matthew 16: 27-28 ‘27For the Son of man shall come in the glory of his Father with his angels; and then he shall reward every man according to his works. 28Verily I say unto you, There be some standing here, which shall not taste of death, till they see the Son of man coming in his kingdom.’

Jesus explained the coming to those who were with him, and after He told them what the signs would be; He stated very clearly that there were some of them standing with Him who would not die until they have seen the kingdom of God come.

Again: Why only some? Moreover, according to this text Jesus had to have returned a long time ago. Or; some of those people who were with Him at the time have to still be alive today, is it not? I quote: ‘There be some standing here, which shall not taste of death, till they see the Son of man coming in his kingdom.’ Jesus said that merely some would see Him return; because merely some had sight.

But my question is; according to some Christian teachings of today, Jesus has not yet returned? Is it possible for any of those who were with Jesus at the time to be alive today; no? If not; then nothing makes sense, as He clearly stated that some of them would still be alive when He comes. And Jesus did not say that they would be in some glorified body. He clearly states that some would have died and others not at His coming. Jesus must have come thousands of years ago; but only for some!

Let us return to the beginning: If Jesus had to come for the world according to some of the Christian teachings, why would only some of them see Jesus return in Matthew 16; would those who have died not have risen from their graves and see Jesus in the clouds as well?

First of all, we have to gain a better understanding of God’s coming in the clouds and start seeking him within our own hearts; seeing that the kingdom of God will be within us when it has come. (We will discuss this code in more detail)


mindbend (0) (@treez) 7 years, 10 months ago ago

Pine Cone.

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