Posted by admin on July 25th, 2013
There really exist in this world people who are very judgmental; that no matter what you do, may it be good or bad, they will always have something to say. They will always find fault on everything that you do, and will always make you the “bad one” in the eyes of the many.
The Jews who were gathered around Him, saying, “How long will you keep us in suspense? If you are the Messiah, tell us plainly.” Jesus answered,
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Posted by Admin on July 12th, 2013
God is all science. The Church as a whole is afraid of the word “science”, but God is omniscient (all science). It is almost like God versus science. However, as prophets, it is important that we understand science that we might become a scientific nation.
Daniel 1:3-4, “Then the king ordered Ashpenaz, chief of his court officials, to bring in some of the Israelites from the royal family and the nobility – young men without any physical defect, handsome, showing aptitude for every kind of learning, well informed, quick to understand, and qualified to serve in the king’s palace. He was to teach them the language and literature of the Babylonians.”
These were men who had a great understanding of learning the language of the Babylonians. The Chaldeans (Babylonians) were the astrologers. They had understanding of all science.
Science and technology are a vital part of the liberation of a people who have been enslaved, because science and technology challenges the mind to think. Marcus Garvey said that we must free our people by exposing them to science and technology. The Black race has been duped into believing that entertainment and sports are more important than science and technology. However, if you have knowledge of science and technology and are up-to-date with the growing technological and scientific advancements, it puts you in the driver’s seat. If you understand science and technology, you can start ruling a society.
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Posted by Admin on July 9th, 2013
Anything that enters your life without your permission is a thief. Therefore, you must declare all things in the consciousness of “I Am” so that nothing or no one can rob you of the true essence of your being. When you understand that you are the door, then everything that comes through you is saved and safe because you keep it based on the level of your consciousness, or the level of your experience.John 10:10 says, The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life and that they might have it more abundantly.” Jesus came that you might have life, and that you have it more abundantly. If you don’t understand the coming of the Lord for the purpose of you having life, you will miss God in your life altogether. Notice who was coming – “I Am.” It was not really Jesus in personality
Remember the rich young ruler said unto to Jesus, “Good Master, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?” and Jesus said, “Why callest thou me good?” (Luke 18:18-19) Jesus was trying to redirect the young ruler away from His personality. Jesus was not saying that He is the door. He was letting you know the door is “I Am”.
The door is the principle of the consciousness of “I Am”, and “I Am” happened to manifest Himself and call Himself Jesus; and we know that Jesus is the savior of all men. Jesus really came to reveal your “self,” not so much Himself. This teaching alone should lift you to a new realm of consciousness in Christ.
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Posted by Admin on July 5th, 2013
Life is about mastery—of your appetites, your passions, your fears and your ambitions. We are all faced with internal struggles. Do we surrender to our fears or conquer them? Do we give into our baser desires or strive for that which is noble and great? Do we live for next week or have a vision for twenty years from now?
To life’s constant drama of mastery, you can add self-mastery of your dreams. You are responsible for what you dream and how your dreams play out, because your dreams influence your waking life. Your dream body is your temple, and you should always be master of your temple. Once you begin to master your dreams, you will begin to master yourself, and that mastery will translate into the waking world.
You should not be afraid to go to sleep. Children are sometimes afraid to go to sleep because they fear their dreams, but as adults we must understand the nature of our dreams and that each dream has a purpose. So a dream is never something to be feared; it is an opportunity presented to us by God that we have the ability to grasp.
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Posted by Admin on June 30th, 2013
What have you sought first in life? Has it been the King or has it been something else? Psalm 119:130 says, “The entrance of thy words giveth light. It giveth understanding unto the simple.” There are many people who have lost the power of understanding because they have become dull in hearing.
When you lose your ability to hear and to understand, you don’t know what to do with wisdom. What good is wisdom if you don’t understand what wisdom is? What good is wisdom if you don’t know how to apply it? What good is wisdom if you don’t know how to work it? “Get wisdom, and with all thy getting get understanding.” (Proverbs 4:7)
Things do not get added to you until you seek first the kingdom. Why does God add things to you? God wanted the Gentiles to seek the things and the kingdom of God. The kingdom is not in outer space. There is no God “out there” that can help you.
Stop looking out there! There is no God “up there” that can help you. Stop looking up there! The Bible says Jesus lifted up his eyes. He lifted up His eyes from the realm in which He was standing, to the realm in which He needed to see supply.
It was not a physical lifting up of the eye, as much as it was a spiritual lifting of seeing from one realm into the next. Heaven is not up in a physical direction. If it were, then you should be able to take a rocket and get there.
Neither is heaven in a geographical location. If it were, you would be able to get there by some means of transportation. Heaven is a realm, not a place in space.
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Posted by Admin on June 26th, 2013
So we begin our study of dreams, of the inner world that is as real to your unconscious mind as the physical world is to your external body. One of the most important aspects of your dream self is that you are multi- lingual; you can speak languages when you are asleep that you would not speak when you are awake. This is vital because dreams have a language all their own. For example, in Genesis 37:9, Joseph has a dream about ruling over Jacob, his mother and brothers, and in part is says:
“And, behold, the sun and the moon and the eleven stars made obeisance to me…”
Do we really think that the sun and moon somehow bowed to Joseph? Of course not, God made the sun and moon to serve their purposes; they are not sentient beings that can bow or do anything else but what they were made to do. Dreams are not meant to be taken literally. They are symbolic communication to be taken as signs to point the dreamer toward certain information.
In this instance, Joseph’s father Jacob saw himself in the dream as the sun, bowing to his child, and rebuked his son. He understood that the meaning of the dream was he would become subservient to his son, who was to become great in the eyes of God and man. Jacob had the wisdom to know the language of the dream.
Dreams are rarely logical, because God does not speak in Logic. He speaks in Spirit. He speaks in leaps of intuition and sudden blinding flashes of personal awareness that is accessible to no one but you and the prophets.
Dreams occur in the spirit, the part of your mind, your “self,” that becomes ascendant when your evolved brain—the part of you that doubts and thinks it knows more than God—takes the night off. Symbols speak to your spirit in your dreams. Symbols are the language of dreams, spoken by your spirit rather than your mind.
Until you understand the language of symbols, you do not understand the language of God. That is why it is not enough simply to remember your dreams; you must interpret and understand them in order to act upon them. A dream is always of consequence, because God is speaking to you and God does not speak idly. Everything He has to say to you has importance in your life, either regarding what you are doing today or what you have the possibility of doing in the future.
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Posted by Admin on June 22nd, 2013
You miss the mark when you miss being God. What is sin? We can define sin as missing the mark of God. What is the mark? The mark is God. The church identifies sin as fornication, adultery, lying, stealing or cheating.
However, these are the effects of sin. These are the effects of misbehaving as God. These are the effects of failing to demonstrate and operate in the image and likeness of God.
So, what is sin? Sin is not being God. When you miss being God you have missed the mark. You miss the mark when you misbehave as God and fail to demonstrate His image and His likeness.
Many people find it difficult to understand how painful or embarrassing incidents work together for their good. Everything that is happening in and around your life is all happening for your good, whether it appears that way or not. The suffering, the trials, the tribulations and the difficult times that you have experienced have all been for your good and are working in your favor. They are all part of the process, whether you like the process or not
There was a point in my life where it appeared that nothing I was doing was God. It just was not right. But then I had to get to a place where I understood in consciousness it was all me. When I realized that everything that was happening in my life was as a result of me, then I learned how to celebrate it as me. Now, here is the key. How do you take something that is happening that is all you and celebrate it as you?
You have to get to a place where you take responsibility for your actions. You have to ask yourself, “What is the life lesson I need to learn in this situation?” You may feel as if the situation or circumstance or person robbed you of something, but you have to come to the understanding that it is teaching you a life lesson. You created it. You create every situation in your experience.
Every person in your life represents some form of consciousness that exists within you. The moment you become conscious of who and what is in your life, you will be able to understand what God is doing in your life and realize that everything is working together for your good.
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Posted by Admin on June 18th, 2013
“God is the creator of all things. From the outset of the Book of Genesis, the focus of the strong light of revelation turns upon the Almighty. He is the Beginning, the Cause, the Source of all that is. He brought into being all the things and the persons that were to fit into his plan for the ages. All the matter necessary for his later working, he miraculously created.” (The Wycliffe Bible Commentary, Electronic Database)
God made all things out of Himself. Even He is out of Himself. God created man in His own image. Therefore, there is no original sin. There is only original righteousness, because God created man originally Him. It is a natural instinct of man to be like God.
It is not natural for man to walk in sin. You may say, “Well, the Psalmist David said, ‘I was born in sin and shaped in iniquity.’” When David said, “I was born in sin,” maybe he was talking about the relationship. He was not talking about universal man; David was talking about himself.
You are originally righteous. God made man in His image, after His likeness, originally righteous, but then man chose to fall. Man chose to walk away from his righteousness and be the devil, because he was tired of being God. What is the difference between God and the devil? There is only one power.
The devil is God twisted a twisted concept of the Almighty. The devil is your own self- ignorance. Remember the prodigal son? (Luke 15:11-32) The prodigal son asked for his inheritance. The sin was not him asking for his inheritance. The sin was him divorcing himself from the root. The father told him, “All that I have is yours.”
So, if all that the father had belonged to the son, then it was not wrong for the son to have all that he had, he just did not want him to be separated from the root. The sin of the prodigal son was that he was separated from his father’s economy. As long as you keep separating yourself from the Father’s economy, you are lost.
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