From The Secret To God’s Light

Beware what you speak!

 

Spirit

 

The code in which the Bible was written makes it impossible for the unenlightened to understand God’s true teachings. The Bible will remain a mystery to us for as long as we have not found the son to lead us closer to God.

 

People have asked me on numerous occasions what the meaning of the spirit was which I so frequently mention in my teachings.

 

The spirit is the term the Bible uses when explaining something which is not visible to the physical eye. One will make use of the term spirit, to explain teachings written in code which do not have the direct meaning of what is written.

 

In other words, we might read a text which we think has a literal meaning, but is written in codes; such as a parable. The text will therefore have a totally different meaning to what we read, or the physical eye can literally see.

 

Example:

 

Matthew 10: 38 38And he that taketh not his cross, and followeth after me, is not worthy of me.’

 

We read in this text that we have to take our cross and follow Jesus, but this has a spiritual meaning.

 

The cross is not literarily a physical cross we have to carry. The advanced spirit will understand that a spiritual cross has to be carried with a spiritual body. The physical body cannot be nailed to a spiritual cross. Moreover, the body has to be spirit to be crucified as well; and so will the death which we have to endure be. This death is mentioned throughout the Bible.

 

1 Corinthians 15: 3131I protest by your rejoicing which I have in Christ Jesus our Lord, I die daily.’

 

We are taught to carry an invisible cross, with an invisible body which has to die an invisible death; all spiritual happenings.

 

God’s children will all be crucified the same as Jesus was.

 

This is of utmost importance to understand, as we all have to carry our cross and be crucified. Many people do not understand these codes’ spiritual meanings and will therefore not understand that the Crucifixion is the way of dying and being reborn anew into spirit.

 

We will use Paul’s crucifixion as an example. Paul was crucified on his cross with Jesus.

 

Galatians 2: 20 ‘20I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me.’

 

Paul tells us that he is crucified with Christ; not was, but is crucified every day. Paul makes it clear that he did not live, but Christ lived within him. This could not have been a physical Christ which lived within Paul. The spirit and light of God was born within Paul and was magnified within him. Moreover, as Christ was magnified within the heart of Paul, the darkness which ruled within him was replaced by light.

 

1 Corinthians 15: 31 31I protest by your rejoicing which I have in Christ Jesus our Lord, I die daily.’

 

The death that Paul was dying daily could not have been a physical death as the physical body will only die once when the silver cord is broken. The death which he was dying daily had to be a spiritual death.

 

Again, the body of Paul which was dying daily could therefore not be observed with the physical eye. The process was merely the transformation of Paul being converted daily from darkness to light; by receiving the word and teachings of God.

 

The codes in which the Bible is written will be discussed and explained. Such as the code for water, earth, heaven, cloud, well, light, ascending, descending, and all the other teachings from the Bible which have spiritual meanings.

 

The code for well, clouds, water and earth are all explained in more detail later.

 

The fear of leaving the body

 

According to my experience; when religious people are asked whether they would want to go to heaven, the answer is most definitely yes.

 

I have heard people discussing the passing on of friends and family members, where they often say that the deceased friends or loved ones are much better off with God in heaven where there is no hate, suffering, sickness, pain and tears as when being inside the body.

 

However, when I asked them whether they would prefer to leave the body themselves’, they all say…. ‘No!’ Why do we want to remain in pain and suffering if we have a choice of being free from the burdens of the material world; does not make sense does it?

 

We hear these enchanting stories from our preachers and friends who have heard about the spirit world from others, but have no facts on whether it does really exist or not?

 

For as long as we have not seen spirit we will fear to leave the body, this is logic; because we do not know the truth. Many Christians speak as if they have seen God, but most people make up the stories and ad to them as they journey on.

 

This is extremely important to understand—if the loved one who passed on did not find God’s kingdom, or on the true path whilst inside the body, they will not be with God when they leave. 

 

Let us see what Paul said about leaving his physical body:

 

Philippians 1: 21-24 21For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain. 22But if I live in the flesh, this is the fruit of my labour: yet what I shall choose I wot not. 23For I am in a strait betwixt two, having a desire to depart, and to be with Christ; which is far better: 24Nevertheless to abide in the flesh is more needful for you.’

 

Paul said that he would rather be without his body’ with Christ; than inside the body with Christ. His main reason for remaining in the flesh at the time was to lead his follower’s to God; where he was. ‘For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.’

 

Moreover, for as long as Paul was in the body, he had to look after the sheep and be a shepherd. He had to help them overcome the darkness to free the soul before they left the body. Paul completed His journey and had to connect the children to God.

 

2 Timothy 4: 6 ‘6For I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand. 7I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith:’

 

Those who have seen God will crave to be with Him outside the body, as the flesh becomes a burden to such individual; the same as Paul.

 

People have an incredible fear of so-called death: Fear is the result, of the lack of knowledge of the known. In other words, we fear the unknown or that which we cannot see. At night, it is scary to walk in a dark alley because we cannot see what is hiding from us. If we had to walk through the same dark ally in the light, we would not fear as nothing would be hidden from us.

 

The point I am trying to make, is that the only way we would be comfortable passing on, is by being familiar with what it is like on the other side before leaving the body.

 

This is simple to understand: One, who has seen and entered the kingdom, will be able to lead us there. Once we know the unknown, how will we fear that which we know? This is when our faith becomes complete. No more hope, for we have seen for ourselves.

 

People hear or read things from the Bible on what happens when they leave the body which they do not see or experience. We will therefore fear to leave the body due to a lack of knowledge, but there is another side to the coin.

 

We will fear to leave the body even more, when we have received God’s light and remained in the darkness or returned to Egypt. Once we have seen God’s light, we will be aware of our sins and therefore fall under the judgment of the light. We will know that we denied Jesus and will fear the consuming fire of God to come.

 

2 Peter 2: 2220For if after they have escaped the pollutions of the world through the knowledge of the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, they are again entangled therein, and overcome, the latter end is worse with them than the beginning. 21For it had been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than, after they have known it, to turn from the holy commandment delivered unto them.’

 

We have exactly the same task as Paul in following Jesus: Jesus Christ was sent from the Father, taught man about His Kingdom, connected them to God by being, and still is the door and path to Father.

 

God, Christ, and Heaven are all unknown to the people who fear passing on. People fear death for the simple reason that they have not found the door leading to God which is Christ.

 

We have to find this door; Jesus, and then enter into the Kingdom of God.

 

Why Jesus… Because

 

John 14: 6 . . . no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.’

 

This brings us to more questions.

  1. Jesus is the path by which we have to reach the kingdom of God?
  2. We are told that our loved ones went to heaven.

But how is this possible……..???

 

The Eye

 

We will now discuss the eye of the spirit without which it is impossible for us to complete our journey.

 

It is important to understand the

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About Nicky Verster

I am the Author of The Secret to God's Light and Secrets of the Unknown God. I followed the greatest masters that ever walked the planet, and no dogma will set you free from your cycle of life and death. Why do bad things happen to good people? Why are babies still born? What is our human purpose? Is there life after death? What is hell and is it real? What is evolution and did it happen? Why does the Bible contradict itself?
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