Jesus died to give us the power of Heaven and Earth over our sins to defeat the enemy, the fallen consciousness which is Ego and sin, through the right application of the Fohatic Keys as Jesus showed us through the examples written in the New Testament during his ministry.
Perhaps the most interesting perspective to come from Kabbalah is the idea that heaven isn’t a far away place. It’s not something to look forward to eventually, but rather something here and now, if we will open our eyes and see it. This is because Kabbalah is about perception. “Change perception, change reality.” This is the last of the Seven Principles of Mormon Kabbalah. Heaven is in us and around us, if we will but see it. How then do we find heaven? We start with a walk in the orchard.
By reading the Letter of the Bible alone (without the input of the Holy Spirit of Truth) and accepting it as the authority rather than God, men have formed a variety of erroneous ideas regarding the atonement.
When I was very young, my mother was always at home; and on special occasions, my brother and I could stay up and greet our father when he came home […]
Slander, gossip, talebearer; these are all types of lashon hara (Hebrew: “evil speak”) that fall under the sin of rechilus. The word rechilus comes from the root “rachil,” Hebrew for “a peddler.” This is because a rechilus act is just that: peddling gossip, or ill will towards another.
One of my friends (a crazy, energetic girl who showed me what living for Christ really meant) used to have this little, interesting thing she did. There were many fascinating […]
We cannot put the Holy Spirit in a box. There is no standard for how the Holy Spirit should express itself in this world. When the Holy Spirit flows, it seeks to set people free from their mental boxes, and thus it must challenge their standard for what is normal.
We must evaluate whether we are more concerned about being seen as normal by society or whether we are concerned about fulfilling our Divine plans.
The Holy Bible is a collection of the oldest of God’s words to mankind. It consists of the writings of the ancient Jews, including the Christian Jews that followed Christ and their message to the gentiles . “Bible” is a plural Greek word meaning “Books.”
Seeing that Section 130 of the Church of Jesus Chrsit of Latter-day Saints (CJCLdS) book of Doctrine and Covenants (DaC) came from two sources, for the purposes of the Church […]