Jesus did not die alone….
(From :The Secret to God’s Light)
We are all human and the physical illusion is our only reality. But this is something which has to change, as that which we believe to be life, is actually death.
Romans 8: 12-13 ‘Therefore, brethren, we are debtors, not to the flesh, to live after the flesh. 13For if ye live after the flesh, ye shall die: but if ye through the Spirit do mortify the deeds of the body, ye shall live.’
Romans 8 states clearly that we will die by conquering the deeds of the human flesh.
How is this achieved?
Revelations 1: 5 ‘5. . .Jesus Christ, who is the faithful witness, and the first begotten of the dead.’
Jesus was the first to die, not the only. Jesus was the first to give His life for others by dying on the cross; who was the second and the third? We know about the two sons’ of Zebedee, Paul and everybody who picked up the cross had to die on it.
Galatians 2: 20 ‘I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me:’
Answer: All those who will and have picked up their cross to follow Jesus, was and will be crucified to rise a new-born spirit! Has Zebedee’s sons not completed their journey by now. Was Paul not crucified with Christ and then risen from the dead?
Spirit codes of the Bible
Some people do not understand the teachings from the Bible because it has spiritual meanings. For as long as we do not have the ear and eye to see spirit we will not be able to reveal the Bible’s mysteries. Our main objective is therefore to develop the eye which sees into spirit.
People have asked me on numerous occasions what the meaning of the spirit was which I so frequently mention when teaching from the Bible.
Spirit is the term the Bible uses when explaining something which is not visible to the physical eye. One will therefore make use of the term spirit when discussing and revealing the mysteries of unseen truth.
Example: The seed is the code for the word. The sword is a code for the tongue and the temple for the body, and so forth and so forth. In other words, the text and parables will have a metaphorical meaning to what we read, as it is not visible to the physical eye.
Example: The tongue is not a sword, or. . . .
Matthew 10: 38 ‘And 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 up our cross and follow Jesus; but this has a spiritual meaning; as the cross is not literally a physical cross we have to carry and Jesus is not physically present to be followed.
The cross is spiritual and surely has to be carried with a spirit body; is it not? Moreover, the physical body cannot be nailed to a spiritual cross; or vice-versa. Moreover, the body which has to be crucified has to be spirit as well; and so will the death which we have to endure be. Our spirits death is mentioned throughout the entire Bible and without understanding this concept, the Bible will remain a fairy tale to us.
Matthew 8: 22 ‘22But Jesus said unto him, Follow me; and let the dead bury their dead.’
Is this possible to occur physically; how will dead people ever be able to bury other dead people?
No… this is merely metaphorically speaking as the people who are dead in Satan’s darkness will keep each other’s company and bury their souls deeper in turmoil of their worldly lusts.
Matthew 16: 24 ‘Then said Jesus unto his disciples, If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me. 25For whosoever will save his life shall lose it: and whosoever will lose his life for my sake shall find it.’
We are taught to carry an invisible cross, with an invisible body which has to die an invisible death. These are therefore all invisible and spiritual occurrences which will solely be visible to the spirit eye.
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 being reborn into a spiritual being.
Let us see how Paul was crucified on his cross with Jesus.
Galatians 2: 20 ‘I 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 was crucified with Christ every day. Paul therefore suffered spiritually by going through a phase where he suffered for others in his life; the same as Jesus did. Christ lived and was magnified within Paul’s heart by the cross. This could not have been physical either, as a physical Jesus Christ could not have lived within Paul physically.
Moreover, the spirit and light of God was born within Paul and was magnified within him daily. Paul therefore died each time he conquered his own habits and desires, and changed his way of living to the way God expected of him to live.
1 Corinthians 15: 31 ‘I 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 either, as the physical body solely dies once; when the silver cord is broken.
Again, Paul’s body which was dying daily could not be observed with the physical eye. The process was merely Paul’s transformation from darkness to light; which occurred within his heart by obeying the spoken Word of God.
Spirit codes to come: In The secret to God’s Light, we will cover some of the basic codes from the Bible which will lay a firm foundation on which we will be able to build as we advance in spirit. The codes for water, earth, heaven, cloud, well, light, ascending, descending, and a few others will surely help many seekers develop the eye to understand the Bibles mysteries.