Do we understand God’s teachhings from the Bible, or do we merely accept what we are told????

From: The Secret to God’s Light / The Bibles Codes revealed.    

Waiting for God to Come…… to Page  51

I attended a funeral service once, where the preacher told the person being buried, that he had to wait at his grave for Jesus to come. We have to remember, that the spirit of the person who passed on is present at its own funeral many times.

The spirit of the diseased person will be obedient to the word of the preacher. Nothing will have changed from when it was inside, the body. As the diseased person followed the preacher’s instructions whilst inside the body; he will do the same being outside. So; if the preacher tells the spirit of the one who has passed on to wait at the grave, the spirit will do so.

It is impossible for the unenlightened people to imagine for what length of time the soul will be waiting for God to come? This is more serious than one might imagine. Time has no control over us when we passed on. One day changes into a thousand years the very moment the spirit leaves the body. We do not understand the consequences of what we are saying when we have not been re-born.

2 Peter 3: 8 ‘8But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.’

Remember: When we leave the body, we will be no wiser than being inside. If we have not completed our journey when we leave our body, we will adhere to the preacher’s words as we will not know where to go and therefore wait for God to come.

Another question: What about the people who were buried a hundred or two thousand years ago? By one day being as a thousand years, some spirits will have been waiting for millions of years for Jesus to come. Time in spirit is explained in more detail in; ‘Secrets of the unknown God.’

See how important it is to understand the truth about God and the other side of which so many people bear no knowledge whatsoever?

What excuses do we use for not finding God’s kingdom when we die?

Answers: 1) My preacher told me to wait for God to Come. 2) My preacher told me that spirits are from Satan. 3) My preacher did not know. 4) I was scared to ask about the dead.

This is not the dead we are discussing; we are merely explaining the facts on where people find themselves after leaving their bodies. We are all going this route; and very soon I might add, as a thousand years are also as one day.

Where will we find ourselves then, will we find ourselves amongst the dead, or will we have found life?   The dead are those who are without the light of God; whether they are inside or outside of their bodies. The person outside the body merely has no more chance to search for God as they have wasted their lifetimes on waiting. So; God is teaching us to seek His kingdom for us to receive life. If we have not found God’s kingdom then, we will remain in darkness.

How do we achieve this?

Each and every one of us is on our own journey and has to reach our destiny. First of all; we have to find a mouthpiece and vessel which is connected to God, before God will be able to speak to us. We are responsible for our own souls and cannot blame our preacher, family or friends for not finding the path.

Have we ever thought of this?

Why will the spirit be waiting for God to come after leaving the physical body? We will not be bound to the boundaries of the physical world then. Spirits travels at the speed of thought, not the speed of light; of thought.

Example: One who has left the body is capable of travelling to the sun in an instant. The spirit will reach the sun the very moment the thought comes to mind. The whole physical universe becomes a little chess board for those in spirit.

Which brings us to another thought; why will a spirit wait for God to come for thousands of years when it is totally within their grasp to travel above the sun moon and stars within the blink of an eye? Surely we will see for ourselves that there is no God above the stars after leaving the body?

Where does this leave us then, as we are waiting for God to come but at the same time we are taught that our loved ones have gone to Heaven; and others who have died were told to wait?

Where will we find God and Jesus?

We as Christians teach that we have to follow Jesus; but that Jesus and God are above sun moon and stars and the Holy Spirit is present with us.

Once again, it will only be possible to follow Jesus physically if God, Jesus and the Holy Spirit were physical entities. The Cross would then have been physical and we would have died physically; daily. Is this not true; we would have had to literally follow Jesus with a physical cross to God’s kingdom?

Moreover, the Father Son and Holy Spirit are one and cannot be separate.

This is a very serious matter in the eyes of God, judge for yourself who or what it is that you are serving.

In 1 Corinthians 15, Paul is rejoicing in Christ Jesus. If Jesus was a physical being, Paul would not be able to be in Jesus; or Jesus in Him.

We will continue on this topic later. After leaving the body there are no physical boundaries on the spirit. It’s freed from the rules of the physical universe to float and travel around in the astral; which brings us to another text that many do not understand.  

In Lazarus and the rich man it is made clear that there was a great gulf between heaven and hell; what would this gulf be?  Once again, this could not have been a physical gulf. Will the Grand Canyon prevent a spirit from crossing it; or the gulf between the earth and the sun prevent a spirit from reaching it? No it would not; the physical world has no boundaries on the spirit. 

What would this gulf represent then? Read: “The body is the gate.”

He gave His life for the church)

Did Jesus come for everybody?

Some understand that Jesus has come and died for everybody, and will be seen by all people when He returns. This is most definitely not the case. Jesus will not come for everybody and he will not come for many at the same time either.

The Day of Christ144/73

I would like to narrow the thought of Christ coming for the whole world and dying for everybody’s sins, down a little.

We will start off with a few quoted texts to show that the Bible was not written for all people to understand. Only for those who are chosen.

Matthew 13: 34-35 ‘34All these things spake Jesus unto the multitude in parables; and without a parable spake he not unto them: 35That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet, saying, I will open my mouth in parables; I will utter things which have been kept secret from the foundation of the world.’

Why does God speak in parables if His teachings were given for all to understand?  See what Jesus tells his disciples in this text.

Luke 8: 10 ‘10And he said, unto you it is given to know the mysteries of the Kingdom of God: but to others in parables; that seeing they might not see, and hearing they might not understand.’

Merely the chosen could understand.

Matthew 13: 36 ‘36Then Jesus sent the multitude away, and went into the house: and his disciples came unto him, saying, Declare unto us the parable of the tares of the field. 37He answered and said unto them, He that soweth the good seed is the Son of man;

Jesus never intended to reveal the mysteries of God’s kingdom to the masses. Before He revealed its meaning He sent the multitude away then spoke to his disciples in private.

People do not understand the mysteries of heaven because they have no understanding of the Jesus Spirit.

John 14: 17 ‘17Even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth him not, neither knoweth him: but ye know him; for he dwelleth with you, and shall be in you. 18I will not leave you comfortless: I will come to you. 19Yet a little while, and the world seeth me no more; but ye see me: because I live, ye shall live also.’

If I do not seek and find the Kingdom of God, while I am in the body, I may also sit and wait at my grave for millions of years for God to come.

This will be a tragedy for our souls. I shall give more detail on the Kingdom of God in ‘Secrets of the Unknown God.’

In 1 Corinthians 15, Paul is rejoicing in Christ Jesus. If Jesus was a physical being, Paul would not be able to be in Jesus. We will continue on this topic later.

3 John 1: 11 ‘11Beloved, follow not that which is evil, but that which is good. He that doeth good is of God: but he that doeth evil hath not seen God.’

The spirit being. //Seek the truth

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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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