From: The Bibles Codes revealed/ The secret to God’s Light
How to Sow?
The word: In preparing the mind for the spiritual teachings to come, I want to use a simple example of what the consequences of our actions will be when sowing the wrong seed.
The rule of God’s creation: One, who jumps off the fourth level of a building, will surely be injured or killed. One, who remains under water for longer than he/she is able to hold their breath, will surely drown. This is the way that God created the universe and we all have to abide by His rules and laws; or pay the price.
Example: When we sow corn, will we reap grapes? No, because God did not create things this way. By sowing corn, we will surely reap corn; but in abundance. The same rules apply in the spirit.
Galatians 6: 7 ‘7Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.’
We are fully aware on how to sow seed on the physical earth. However, it is much more important for us to understand how to sow in the spirit; as this is eternal. One who does not understand God’s rules on how to sow in spirit could endure much pain if it is evil that he or she has sown.
Luke 8: 5, 11 ‘5A sower went out to sow his seed. . . 11Now the parable is this: 11The seed is the word of God. . .’
When seeds are sown on the physical earth, it will grow in time, under the right conditions. Nothing is different in sowing in the spirit.
The seed is the word: We will therefore be sowing good or evil seed, depending on what we utter.
By teaching God’s Word, He will be using us as vessels to sow His good seed. Moreover, by cursing and speaking evil, Satan will be using our bodies as his vessel to sow evil seeds of darkness in people’s hearts.
The spoken word is heard by a person, whereby it enters the mind. The one listening to the spoken word has a choice; to either accept or reject what was said by the speaker. Be that as it may, the sower will remain responsible for what he has sown and therefore has to reap what was sown.
The code for earth
The code for earth in the Bible is the mind of man; as the seed which is the word, will enter the mind of the person listening to the spoken word. Simple, is it not?
The seed is therefore sown on our earth by the sower; which in this instance is the code for the speaker preaching the word.
1) The word is the seed
2) The mind is the earth
3) The sower is the speaker
By understanding the codes in which the Bible was written, we will learn to understand the parables and true teachings of Jesus.
We do not understand the teachings from the Bible because they have spiritual meanings and will not be understood by those who have no eye and ear.
Those who are blind will understand the Bible literally. This is one of the most important lessons to understand before we will be equipped to find the path. For those who are not able to crack these codes of the Bible will understand it as being a book of tales which occurred thousands of years ago.
Warning: By speaking evil and negative words to and about others, we will be sowing evil. What will we be reaping when we sow evil, but evil?
I have found that this is one of the most difficult stumbling blocks for us to conquer on our path. We do and say bad things to and about others and expect the evil seed to merely disappear. What are we thinking; we do not want to reap the evil we have sown; but honestly want the evil seed to bring forth good fruit?
1 Peter 3: 10 ‘10For he that will love life, and see good days, let him refrain his tongue from evil.
We all want our lives to be full of joy, love, and happiness. This is so easy to accomplish; solely sow joy, love, and happiness; as easy as that.
If it was possible to jump off the fourth level of a building, which I mentioned earlier, without hurting ourselves, we might be able to sow evil and reap love. It is just not possible!
Reaping our sins: God is a fair God; whatever we sow, God will bless for us and we will reap in abundance, be it good or evil.
Example: Sow one grain of corn and see how many we reap. Will we merely reap the one seed we have sown? No; God multiplies it for us.
The same is in the spirit; we sow evil and when we have to face hardship and pain at the time we reap; it becomes the so called cruel God doing all the evil to us. Or, we say that there is no God. Is this not what people say because they break the rules of the universe?
God does not punish us; we merely reap what we have sown. Or, for God’s children; He will have a reason for us becoming ill.
We reap our sins in many different ways: Reaping our sins is explained in more detail in ‘Secrets of the Unknown God’
I quoted a text from the Bible where a person was reaping his sins.
Matthew 9: 2 ‘2And, behold, they brought to him a man sick of the palsy, lying on a bed: and Jesus seeing their faith said unto the sick of the palsy; Son, be of good cheer; thy sins be forgiven thee.’
Jesus forgave the man his sins that he himself has sown. If Jesus had to forgive the man his sins for him to be healed, it could have only been his own sins which caused him to be ill; is it not?
John 5: 14 ‘14Afterward Jesus findeth him in the temple, and said unto him, Behold, thou art made whole: sin no more, lest a worse thing come unto thee.’
Jesus told the man that He cleared his sins and that he should not sow evil again in order for even worse things to come over him.
We sow with the tongue and by our deeds. The tongue is a weapon which has the power to kill the spirit and the soul.
Our bodies’ are used by God as a vessel to sow His word. He creates, loves, and builds His Kingdom within all His children by the spoken word.
The tongue, the sword: Moreover, the code for the tongue is not named by God as being the sword without reason. The tongue is the sword which will cut to life or death. The word is the cause of bringing the worst destruction to man and the world.
People ruin each other’s lives by mentally abusing, humiliating, and breaking down one another’s spirit, by the spoken word. These are powers of darkness which uses our bodies to break down God’s children.
We will learn to conquer these spirits in these teachings.
James 3: 5-6, 8-12 ‘5Even so the tongue is a little member, and boasteth great things. Behold, how great a matter a little fire kindleth! 6And the tongue is a fire, 8But the tongue can no man tame; it is an unruly evil, full of deadly poison. 9Therewith bless we God, even the Father; and therewith curse we men, which are made after the similitude of God. 10Out of the same mouth proceedeth blessing and cursing. My brethren, these things ought not so to be. 11Doth a fountain send forth at the same place sweet water and bitter? 12Can the fig tree, my brethren, bear olive berries? Either a vine, figs? So can no fountain both yield salt water and fresh.’
The tongue is referred to as being a two edged sword for the simple reason that it cuts two ways; to life or death. We speak positive words whereby we will create light within others hearts. This way the tongue is used to cut away the darkness and replace it with light; and therefore cutting to life. But when we speak evil words we are using the tongue or sword to cut to death; not only killing the soles of others, but imprisoning our own souls at the same time.
Hebrews 4: 12 ‘12For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.’
Note: The heart is also the code for the mind of understanding; as it is made quite clear in this text. ‘The thoughts and intents of the heart;’ thoughts are controlled by one’s mind; not the physical heart which serves as a blood-pump in the chest. (The code for the heart will be explained in detail later.)
Ephesians 6: 16 ‘…and the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God.’
We have to make the choice on who will be using our bodies to speak through; good or evil, God or Satan.
Beware what you speak!
The next Chapter will be:
The codes in which the Bible was written makes it impossible for the unenlightened to understand God’s true teachings