Have you ever wondered what the “7 Churches of Asia” (also called seven lampstands) are in the book of Revelation?

Are the “7 Churches of Asia” the “7 Chakras of the spiritual body”?

They can be found in Rev 1:11 (<–“wholesome” numbers), 1:20 and 2:1-3:22.

The “7 Churches” are (in order given in Revelation):

1) “Ephesus”
2) “Smyrna”
3) “Pergamos”
4) “Thyatira”
5) “Sardis”
6) “Philadelphia”
7) “Laodicea”

The order can also reversed depending on how one views them.

These names all have amazing clues in them.  Just look for sub-words within them.  For example, do you see “us”, “my”, “os”, “thy”, “tira”, “is”, “phil”, “delphi”, and “lao” (people) in them?  All of these are “signs and symbols” as all words are.Continue reading

Are we alone in our choices?

I have shared about this before but stumbled upon it again today in Job 9:33.  Do we perhaps, misunderstand the word “not”?

What if from God’s perspective “not” isn’t “nothing” but rather part of everything called “the all”?

Have you ever considered the actual space that holds everything inside itself (even “air”)? Is that space or emptiness by itself the “not” or “no-thing”?

Is “Not” the container that holds “all” or “the” part of “the all”. In the Old Testament the word “not” are the letters “La” as in the “City of the Angels”. (Do you believe in “co-incidences”?).Continue reading

View from eternal home within? (courtesy of Maxpixel.net)

Ever wonder “Where is our eternal , heavenly” home?”

According to Psalm 49:11, it’s not “up there” or “out there” as some believe and teach.  Psalm 49:11 (and Luke 17:21) says our eternal (“heavenly”) home is WITHIN you.

First, see Psalm 49:10 below. It says we will be “dying” and leave our belongings to “others”. Don’t be too concerned about the words “brutish-one” and “one-stupid” those are not properly translated. One means “rich” (ksil) and one means “on foot” (ubor). Also, please notice it doesn’t say we will fully “die“, but just “be dying” which I believe means “to disappear from visible sight”.
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Can we do anything on our own without God?

Is God inside us as the source of all?

Consider the words “TAKE action”.

Does “taking” action come from you or are you receiving (taking) it from another source? If from another source, who or what is “the source”?

The original words of scripture declare that God is living inside you (this is regardless of your religious beliefs).

“Do you not know that you are a temple of God and that the Spirit of God dwells in you?” 1 Cor 3:16

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One (beautiful) flesh?

Genesis 2:24 is an interesting verse.  Some believe it is talking about sex between a man and his wife.

What if that is true, but on a MUCH different level?

A molecular or meta-physical level.   The level of the actual sperm and the egg.

Life exists on many levels, not just our level that we see everyday, right?  Jesus told us he is THE life.   John 14:6

Does this not include life at all levels, including the metaphysical level?

Let’s look at the verse.

Is this referring to the sperm and the egg to create one individual?

What if from a spiritual (God’s) perspective, this is the creation of one single individual by the joining of sperm inside of an egg?

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If I were God, was all-powerful, and I truly loved all people and wanted them to be with me forever, how would I cause this to occur?

What if I made a person’s imperfection or what the Bible calls “sin” their “free ticket” to receive my OWN perfect righteousness and thus be with me forever?  Do you think they would be thankful when they found out about this free eternally good gift?

If I were God, would I have the power to do this?  Wouldn’t this be a “foolproof” plan?

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Ever feel divided between "good" and "bad"?

Ever feel divided between a “good me” and “bad me”?

Do you ever feel like you have a “good” me and a “bad” me?

Like you have two separate and opposing people together as one.  You know, two opposing “me’s” or spiritual bodies that make up one “I”.

This is something I struggle with as my “two me’s” are more apparent than most. Two days “up”, the next down. Two down and three “up”. Then, down again. Boy, it can make a person wonder if they are two separate people at times.

Maybe it isn’t full days, but more like experiences. One “good”, one “bad”. Either way it is like the old idea of having a “good angel” on one shoulder and “the devil” on the other.

So, if this happens to you, please know you are not alone.

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Today, I find myself back in Genesis 2 and 3 reviewing the “garden scene”.  I see so many amazing things edenoccurring there that I hope will be “eye opening” to you.

These are things that I suspect you haven’t heard but I believe are very good.  I pray it will give you a WHOLE new inspiring view of what is often called “the fall of man” and a whole new outlook on mankind and even yourself.  I know it has dramatically changed my view of who I am.

Before we do this, let’s ask the following question.

What are the parts of a man?  What is a human made of?Continue reading

Ever feel like you are waiting for the splat?

Ever feel like you are waiting for the splat?

I believe I understand and have been living in the reality that Jesus told us about living in faith.  It’s a scary and lonely place at times.  Where did Jesus himself spend much of his time?

Alone in the “wilderness”.  Have you ever asked yourself where this place truly is?  It’s a place of temptation by the enemy of our soul.  Remember the phrase the “wilderness of the soul”?

I believe the true walk of faith in this life and this body is a single, solitary walk in the “wilderness” (solitary) of the soul.  It doesn’t mean others are never around us, but we are to spend most of our time with him.  It sure would be nice to have others to walk along, but my experience has been that they quickly separate from you once the Lord has you speak words of faith beyond where they are.  We are not supposed to go beyond what the “accepted level of faith” is for the group.

I have come to conclude that believing God’s Word directly as it is written and speaking it to others will cause them to separate from you.  It’s like “dividing the waters” or “separating the wheat from the chaff”.   When you first see it occur, it will perplex you.  You see a powerful life-giving truth in his Word that is feeding you life and you attempt to share it with others and they run away from you as if you are the walking dead!  Why?

I have asked this question and here is what I heard.

Did you know that the definition of a “Pharisee” is “one who separates or goes away from”?   They actually run AWAY from the truth when they hear it instead of towards it.

Why does this occur?

One word.

Fear.Continue reading