“I directed my soul unto her, and I found her in pureness: I have had my heart joined with her from the beginning, therefore shall I not be forsaken.” -Ecclesiasticus […]
Returning to the topic of Jesus a Christ vs Jesus the Christ, we must ask the question: do we even need Jesus Christ? And if so, why? Why can we not merely “work out [our] own salvation with fear and trembling” (Philippians 2:12)?
“The kingdom of heaven is like a merchant seeking beautiful pearls, who when he found one pearl of great price,
went and sold all that he had and bought it.” -Matthew 13:45-46
“God, the Eternal Creator, weeps for the poor, displaced, mistreated, and diseased of the world because of their unnecessary suffering. Such conditions are not God’s will. Open your ears to […]
Isaiah tells us, “Of the increase of His government (kingdom) there will be no end.” His kingdom is always advancing.
Kaf Hei Tav is the eighth name of God. It is a meditation and mantra for defusing negative energy and stress. On a personal level this can be used for cleaning, or renewal. When used as a Priesthood ordnance, it may be used for comprot, cleansing and exorcisms. It draws on the purifying Light of Christ to cleans, restore, and refresh.
Dr. Michelle G. Wiener has written an excellent paper on the temple and unity. As her paper points out, the four traditional methods of unifying the Saints, “(1) Faith and Order, (2) Life and Work, (3) Common missionary efforts, and (4) A renewed commitment to theological education,” historically fall flat repeatedly.
“When Israel was a child, then I loved him, and called my son out of Egypt.” -Hosea 11:1 The greatest example was and is Jesus Christ. In the New Testament, […]
The influence of the reformation is over. Spiritual decline has essentially run its course. The power and pull of traditional denominational sectarianism is declining, if not dead. The woman (sectarianism) has leavened the entire meal (Church). And the Church has transitioned into a post-reformation period. I’m referring to our present situation.
Christianity is the “least of all seeds,” flourishing during the first century with its simple message of love and community.