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“Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven” (Matthew 6:10).

“Often, without moving his lips, [Francis] would meditate within himself and drawing external things within himself, he would lift his spirit to higher things.” -Thomas of Celano 

Francis of Assisi must have known, at least intuitively, that there is only one enduring SPIRITUAL INSIGHT and everything else follows from it: The visible world is an active doorway to the invisible world, and the invisible world is much larger than the visible. This is the mystery of incarnation, the essential union of the material and the spiritual worlds—or simply “Christ.” The visible world is a shadow of the spiritual world (Romans 1:19-20, 18-32).

Our outer world and its inner significance must come together in order to bring about any wholeness—and holiness. Jesus removed the dividing wall through his death on the cross (Ephesians 2:14). (I personally experienced this in the fall of 1973 in my conversion experience, and continues to this very day. The result is both deep joy and a resounding sense of coherent beauty.)

What was personified in the body of Jesus was a manifestation of this one universal truth: Matter is, and has always been, the hiding place for Spirit, forever offering itself to be discovered anew. Perhaps this is exactly what Jesus means when he says, “I am the gate” (John 10:7). Francis and his female companion, Clare, carried this mystery to its full and lovely conclusions. Or, more rightly, they were fully carried by it. They somehow knew that “the beyond” was not really beyond, but in the depths of “here”. All we need is right here and right now – in this world. 

This is the way to that! Heaven includes earth. Time opens us up to the timeless; space opens us up to “space-less-ness”, if we only take them for the clear doorways that they are. There are not sacred and profane things, places, and moments. There are only sacred and desecrated things, places, and moments—and it is we alone who desecrate them by our blindness and lack of reverence. It is one God-created sacred universe, and we are all a part of His creation. This is the message of the gospel of the kingdom of God.

The realization that the concrete opens us up to the universal might be the only fully trustworthy or possible path anyway, because that is how we sense – oriented humans operate. Abstract ideology will not get us very far, and much common religion is ideology more than real encounter with Presence.

We all must start with our anecdotal experience, and then build from there. What else can we do? Good spiritual teachers show us how to build from there! Wise people, Holy Scripture, and scriptural tradition point to which experiences are worth looking at and which are perhaps detours or dead ends. Saint Paul taught that our senses must be trained by practice to have insight between good and evil (Hebrews 5:9-14). Without vision/insight My people perish, for words alone will not correct them (Proverbs 29:18-19). 

When religion becomes mere ideology of mere words (or even mere theology), the rubber never hits the road again. People all over the world are rejecting this top-down form of religion – and they should – because this is not the path of Christ Himself. Saints show us how to build on a solid foundation of experiential, practical, and very ordinary spirituality. This emphasizes our need to be doers of the word of God and not hearers only (Ja 1:22). True religion is living the life of Christ and His commandments in one’s ordinary daily life (James 1:27). Jesus said if you love Me you will keep My Commandments (Jn 14:15).

© George Blasy (“Dragonslayer”) 2017.


Finding the Way of Salvation

Most Christians are of the belief that God is going to come down from heaven and save us from all of the evils of the world, the flesh, and the devil without any effort or participation of ourselves.

However God’s plan of salvation was to manifest Himself within the believer as His church: the body of Himself manifest by Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit to enable the believer to overcome the things of the world. But only Grace that works by faith will produce the workings of God in the believer (Eph 2:1-10).

The Scriptures testify that it is only the overcomers that receive the blessings of God (1 Jn 5:4-5, Rev2:26, 3:21). The church has been stuck in the “first heaven reality”,  and has little knowledge of the second and third heaven realities where the power of God resides. There is a process of deification that God calls the believer to complete in order to be fully human in the divine sense.

The whole creation is waiting for the manifestation of the sons of God (Rm 8). Satan has been hell bent to destroy God’s creation and humanity from the beginning, and he has largely done this by religious deception. The only thing that will stop this process will be for the church to come alive in Christ and to be perfected even as the heavenly Father is perfect (Mt 5:48), which is the real work of the ministry of God to the saints (Eph 4), to equip the saints to do spiritual warfare against the principalities and powers and defeat them (Eph 6:10-20).

When the church wakes up to the above truth it will begin to become free, along with the whole creation! “You will know the truth and the truth will make you free. ” (Jn 8:31-32).

Jesus made it clear that those who did iniquity to depart from Him (Mt 7:21-23). Only those who do righteous in God’s name are protected by God (Ps 91, 95, 99, 107). Some will be taken from the earth, and some will be left (Ps 104:35, Mt 24:40-41). Meditation on, and being a doer of the word, is God’s way for those who are His and will be protected by Him (Ps 119).

Yes, God does it, but only through His matured Saints working by the power of the Almighty God in them. The root meaning of religion is to reconnect with God in a relational way, in word and deed . What are we waiting for?

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This is probably the most difficult subject to understand in all of Scripture; at least that is been the case for me. At the same time it is the most important subject not only to understand, but to experience. In fact if we do not experience it by the gift of grace from God, we will not be able to understand it, nor appropriate it in the here and now. If you research the word “faith”, or “the mystery of faith”, you will find that The definitions and understandings very considerably depending on the traditions and teachings of men. The following words that I present here are not intended to be of a dogmatic nature nor did they come from the study of other men, but by simple meditation on the Scriptures and asking the Holy Spirit to give the interpretation. In this way I approach scripture more on a devotional than a dogmatic way, allowing my Heavenly Father to be my teacher. This has been my method of approaching scripture and asking for his truth and wisdom. For me scripture is a tool given by God through divinely inspired men as a means of connecting to God who is the ultimate truth. The words that came to me on this subject have developed over the last 43 years as a process of understanding gleaned from God himself to the extent that this frail vessel could receive them. For this reason, only God has the last word, and all I can be is a willow in the wind subject to his wisdom and truth that only comes from Him. I can only grow daily to the extent that I am willing to be corrected daily by my Father in heaven.


First it is important to make the distinction between faith and belief. Belief as defined in this discussion is primarily understood as a product of the mind and intellect. In it’s true sense it is the opposite of faith. The mind believes because it does not have faith, it is a substitute and counterfeit of faith. Belief is dependent on the five senses, whereas faith is the substance of things not seen. (Heb 11:1)


Key words: Spirit, knowledge, belief, faith, and love.


As we read the following, it is important to realize that the faith that Scripture speaks of his of a different quality in nature then the faith that people usually think of and relate to what they personally believe is a product of their own mind and imagination.  Paul stated that the Righteousness of God is from faith to Faith Rm 1:16-17. “Lord I believe but help my unbelief Mk 9:23-24. This might mean that our humanly based believe is actually unbelief. Faith comes from God only by grace and not of ourselves. Hab 2:4, Eph 2:8-10.


We also might apply the two trees in the garden in Genesis. The tree of life would be the faith that comes from the Spirit and is unseen by the natural eye. The tree of the knowledge of good and evil was the tree they brought death to the soul. This tree was said to be pleasant to the eyes: referring to the natural senses. The natural senses are from below and the spiritual supernatural senses are from above these two realms are separated by what Genesis calls the firmament Gn 1:7.


Most people, even Christians feel that life is overwhelming. They are easily beset with negative thoughts, with anger, reaction, and the general difficulties of living. The list goes on and on. All Christians say that they believe in God, but are they believing with eyes of faith or eyes of their own understanding / belief; there beastly nature? The gospel that contains the power of God in our daily life is not just the doctrines about Christ, but it is the person of Christ in us himself, Jn 5:39-40, Heb 6:1-6. “For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain” Col 1:27, Phil 1:21.


Paul stated that the gospel (good news) of God is the power of God from faith/belief to Faith, leading us to righteousness Rm 1:16-17, by God’s grace increasing our faith. Faith and grace are directly related Eph 2:8-10. This study is foundational because our relationship to, and blessing from God are directly related to understanding these two concepts.


What can these words of Paul possibly mean? Isn’t faith faith? Or is he trying to establish that there are two kinds of faith? I believe that he is trying to make his hearers aware that there are two kinds of faith, one that is an objective and rational belief through human reasoning, and the other that is through the spirit of faith from God in us which is not intellectually seen or reasoned. In other words belief is known outwardly, and the spiritual lis known inwardly by our spirit. Study self, examine yourself to see if you are in the faith 2 Co 13:5, that is, living in the spirit of the word Rm:8:16. In the words of Paul we read: “for I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the FAITH OF GOD unto salvation to everyone that believes (be sleeping in the faith that comes from God, not in our faith, otherwise our faith would be human works ) to the Jew first and also to the Greek. For therein is the RIGHTEOUSNESS of God revealed from faith to FAITH: as it is written, the just shall live by (His) Spiritual FAITH” Rm 1:16-17. In Scripture will context: “The Spirit of faith” 2 Co 4:13. Simply put, the first phase would be a faith about God learned through human teaching and understood only by the intellect. The second phase would be by hearing God from within our heart and spirit, and his progressive as we grow in grace and. This phase also gives us the realization of our true identity in God, and by God’s power being behind and within that identity. Let us see if we can unpack these famous words of Paul:




Great faith was demonstrated by the centurion in Mt 8:10. This was a faith that was based on the substance of things not seen Heb 11:1.


Our next question is: does the scripture make a distinction between human faith and belief, and that of spiritual faith from heaven and belief from God and of God? Let us examine the Scriptures to see what they may reveal to us.


Scripture reveals to us that these two kinds of faith have been at odds with one another from the beginning of humanity. We first find it in the distinction between righteous Abel, and wicked Cain Gn 4:1-16. Here we find that God was pleased with Abel’s offering, but not with Cain’s. Abel’s offering represents God’s faith by God’s grace, but Cain’s offering represents his own works and righteousness; or human faith.  Thus cain became jealous and killed Abel.  This animosity between these two kinds of believers is repeated throughout the whole of Scripture as well as in the history of religion. We see it in the attempt of Joseph’s brothers trying to eliminate him in the pit, and the prophets being killed by religious men of human faith, or belief. Jesus and his apostles, plus the thousands of Saints have been persecuted by the early Christian orthodoxy system who did not understand and process the faith of God.


John said do not be like Cain, who belong to the evil one, because his works were evil 1 Jn 3:11-12. Jesus said Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous  judgment Jn 7:24 Paul gives a clear teaching concerning the nature of carnal works in 1 Co 3 and the folly of trying to relate to God through the limits of the letter of Scripture 2 Co 3 Heb 4:12-6:6, as did Jesus Jn 5:39-40 by mental reasoning alone.  I believe this study is very important because the principles not only relate to faith but also to other critical words as : the word of God, truth, and the new covenant.




Most of us equate faith with some belief system that we can reasonably and objectively establish and agree on a rational level, but is this true faith as taught in Scripture? Christian denominations by the thousands reckon faith in this manner.


Faith in “belief” is the kind of belief that has to do more with self-will then living faith: based on our thoughts more than the thoughts of God. As God spoke through Isaiah He said: “My thoughts are not your thoughts, my thoughts are higher than your thoughts. “Believe is a product of the natural mind. Believe is directly related to the word knowledge. Knowledge is to know. There are TWO DIFFERENT KINDS OF KNOWLEDGE that must be noted. Scriptures make it clear that there is a distinction between carnal knowledge and spiritual knowledge Rm 8.


As for hearing the voice of God… it cannot be heard by the uncircumcised ear Jer 6:8,10, Ac 7:51 which prevents the coming of faith Rm 10:17.




Faith works by divine love Ga 5:6, and love is beyond knowledge which can only be received through direct revelation Eph 3:14-21, from Spirit to our spirit 1Co 1-2. In many places within Scriptures we are exhorted to gain the knowledge of God. Faith is of no use if obedience to God’s commands based on the Divine love are not Integral with it. Jesus said why call me Lord if you do not do the things I say Mt 7;21-23.


James the brother of Jesus said that faith without corresponding actions is dead Ja 2:14. Most of us equate faith with some belief system that we are to agree with; with or without a true understanding and corresponding actions both God’s Spirit working through us, but is this true faith? Belief in belief is the kind of belief that has to do more with self-will then living faith: with our thoughts more than the thoughts of God. James said that this kind of faith or belief is the kind that the devil has. When faith is mature it translates into certain knowing Heb 11:1. This certain knowing manifests itself in actions of godliness.


Carnal belief is a product of the mind alone. Believe is directly related to the word knowledge. Knowledge is to know. There are two different kinds of knowledge or knowing that must be noted.


Scriptures make it clear that there is a distinction between carnal knowledge and spiritual knowledge. Jesus said, “This is eternal life: that you KNOW God Jn 17:3. this word know in the original Greek is Gnosis; defined as an intimate spiritual knowing of God on a spiritual level.


Philosophers and theologians call this study of knowledge “Epistemology”. Paul made it clear that philosophy alone  will never lead one to ultimate truth and faith; and indeed it is to be avoided because it puts Christ to an open shame, and those who follow that way crucify Christ afresh Col 2:8-14, Heb 4:12-6:6.




It is my belief that the faith that the Scriptures speak of is of a higher nature than what man is capable of having in and of himself, AND A KIND OF HEARING THAT IS NOT ACCORDING TO THE NATURAL SENSES, but a HEARING that is BY THE WORD OF GOD IN SPIRIT Rm 10:17, Jn 6:63, Heb 11:1. This is why Paul defined this Faith of God through Christ in us, which is the power of God unto righteousness and not of us (flesh), lest any man should boast Rm 1:16-17, Eph 2:8-10 as we are progressively crucified with Christ Ga 2:20. THAT IS WHY GOD SAID: “HEAR HIM” Mt 17:5. In other words “Hear his still small voice” in our heart 1 Ki 19:12, Rm 10:8, 17.  In Jesus words: “Therefore take heed how you hear”  Lk 8:18, 20. This hearing is beyond the physical senses.


As for hearing the voice of God as Abraham did whereby the faith of God (not his) was experienced and pleased God, which is the faith we must also posses. Without this kind of faith which is God’s faith itself awakened in us. Without this kind of Faith it is impossible to please God for only God is good and true Heb 11:6. All flesh is as filthy rags Isa 64:6; that includes our own limited carnal faith .


In a sense our faith is included but only in the sense of faith in God’s Faith and not by our own understanding Prov 3:5. Also see Hab 2:4. In Paul’s words: “from faith to faith unto righteousness” Rm 1:16-17. The first phase is the faith that we have positionally and theologically in God. The second level of faith is of a higher nature which is the faith of God in us through Christ Jesus: the word in our heart Rm 10:8 which brings us to true righteousness and the true knowledge of God. It is at the child level (milk) that our faith is dependent on doctrines of scripture, and is important, but will not bring us to maturity. We are made wise unto salvation through the faith which is in Christ Jesus (meat) 2 Tim 3:14-15. We must move progressively from scriptural doctrines to putting on Christ himself and coming to him Jn 5:39-40, Eph 4, Heb 4:12 – 6-5; “Draw near to God and he will draw near to you” Ja 4:8.


I believe that this is the faith that comes by Spiritual AWAKENING Eph 5:8-18 which brings spiritual  hearing: and hearing by the word; or voice of God in our heart not the words of the letter written on paper or stone by man alone Rm 10:8, 17; for the letter killeth but the Spirit gives life 2 Co 3. Jesus made it clear that eternal life is not through the searching of scriptures alone, but rather is by the coming to him in Spirit Jn 5:39-44 and hearing his words which are Spirit and life Jn 6:63. He is the way, truth, and life Jn 14:6. Thus Jesus is equated with the word of life but not necessarily the written scriptures in and of themselves, yet scriptures do point to this truth Jn 5:39. This is why Peter wrote that truth does not come through private interpretation of scriptures but by the Morning Star: the Christ that rises in our hearts 2 Pet 1:12-21.


Jesus also said something very important in regard to distinguishing between these two kinds of words related to faith that are under discussion. He taught that we are either justified or condemn, based on which kind of words we are hearing and believing; one leads to justification and the other leads to condemnation and is blasphemy of the Holy Spirit Mt 12:31-37.


I realize that this subtle distinction between the two kinds of words, which relate to the two kinds of faith is not taught in orthodox Christianity and not easily understood by our limited intellect, it could be called heresy by those who have not been taught by the Holy Spirit, but rather have been taught by the doctrines of men per Jesus and Paul Mt 15:9, Col 2:22. Paul even goes so far as calling them doctrines of Devils 1 Tim 4:1.  Jesus said that it is by men’s traditions / words that the teaching of God is made of non-effect Mk 7:6-13.


As Paul had warned the church in his day, Jesus had also given a warning concerning how we hear, saying: “Take heed therefore how you here for whosoever has, to him shall be given, and whosoever has not, from him shall be taken, even that which he seems to have” Mt 13:12. Paul asks: Do we obey the truth through the Spirit by the hearing of faith, or by the works of the law?  Ga 3:1-3, 2 Co 3.




Since faith is not of ourselves, but is the direct gift of God, we must conclude that it is the perception of that ideal and of that which is comes by direct revelation and defines the Gospel according to Paul Ga 1:6-12. A sense of that which is superior in knowledge i.e. Intuition of truth which is a process from faith to faith, or milk to meat unto the goal of perfection Phil 3, Heb 6:1-6, 12:1. Deep within us even beyond our conscious knowing our soul longs for perfection in God. The means to this cannot be achieved through the natural, but is only discerned and achieved by spiritual vision Prov 3:5, 29:18-19 and not by the Tongue of man Rm 10:8-17, Isa 28-30 which was so clearly portrayed by Isaiah in 6:5 his words: “Behold I am a man with unclean lips.” In Jeremiah we learn that the heart of man that is not renewed by the Holy Spirit is desperately wicked  17:9. The children of God are taught by God Isa 54;13. His anointing (Spirit) leads us to all truth 1 Jn 2:20-27, Jn 14:15-26.


Before Faith came we were kept wards under the law, shut off from the faith which should afterwards be revealed Ga 3:23. Notice that this faith was to be revealed, and according to Paul by personal revelation as he himself experienced which reveals the true gospel to the heart of man Ga 1:6-12. Before the intuition of Truth came into the evolving soul, the qualities were under law, reason, cause and effect, and were kept in bondage to authority of men; but afterwords through intuitional wisdom from God was acquired.


Yet beyond all knowledge is the REALM of FAITH, and here, as in the case of the more strictly cognizable things, the object of our contemplation must actually come within the human spirit, beyond the limitations of mind, and be assimilated before it’s true being can be realized Eph 1:17-23. God is also said to come into being in the souls of the faithful, since either by faith and virtue he is conceived in them, or in a certain fashion by faith, begins to be understood. In a certain sense we have the doctrine of the incarnation presented from an entirely subjective individual standpoint as presented in 1 Co 15 and 1 Jn 4. In this way we can see that faith is nothing less then a uniting of our will with God’s will in a transcendental way, as  timeless being beyond the physical realm, yet while the physical body is in the physical realm. When the seed of the new birth, called the inward man, his faith awakens in it. This faith is not a notion, but a real, strong, essential hunger, and attracting by a magnetic desire of Christ, as it proceeds from a seed of the divine nature in us, so it attracts and unites with its light: it lays hold on Christ; puts on the divine nature, and in a living and real manner grows powerful over all our sins Eph 3:14-20, enabling us to overcome the world, for greater is he that is in us then he that is in the world 1 Jn 4:4. This is the meaning of” Christ coming in the flesh”: meaning not just Jesus, but all who who are in Jesus by His faith! We will have to continuously fight the good fight of faith as long as life lasts on earth, between the mental conditions and the souls consciousness. Doubt is the carnal mind that acts as a veil separating us from the knowledge and presence of God 2 Co 3. But as the mental beliefs brought into harmony with the Spirit of faith condition, more and more the fight will grow weaker and less frequent, and it is possible that they will cease altogether, and the mental believes become entirely and absolutely subordinated or rather absorbed in the souls consciousness of it’s being possessed of the Dinine love of the Father.”Fight the good fight of faith”  1 Tim 6:12, Eph 6:10-20.


Divine faith is not anti-rational, but supra rational; it is that whereby we lay hold of the spiritual and eternal. Man’s whole nature longs for fuller satisfaction than it can find in the dark valley of material existence; faith contacts the regions in which those satisfactions lie and brings the tokens of them into our conscious experience. Unless you can interpret life in terms of the spiritual, it is mere chaos, not even rational. Faith discovers the truth of things to the soul as they really are; not as what the false imagination would interpret 2 Co 10:5. Faith wraps the soul up in the bundle of life with God.


Faith and belief are essentially the actions of God in the believer by grace Hab 2:4, Eph 2:8-10. Not empty believism that the Devils believe Ja 2:14-26. What is not of spiritual faith is spiritual idolatry to God. We must be one body in the Lord of Spirits Heb 12:8, for God is Spirit Jn 4:24. This is the positive usage of belief is used in Scripture.


Test yourself to see if you are in the faith 2 Co 13:5, The faith that is in your heart Rm 10:8,17 through Christ in me my hope of glory Col 1:27. Paul prayed that the church would receive this revelation Eph 1:14-23, and in fact Paul based his gospel on the church receiving the gospel by revelation even is Paul did Ga 1:6-12 and Jesus taught Mt 16.


The intellect must be quickened by the Spirit: The two edged sword before it becomes whole Heb 4:12-6-6, Jn 5:21-5:40, 6:63, that we may be able to call upon God’s name Ps 80:18, 143:11, that we may be able to follow in God’s way Ps 119:37.



And let it be so, Amen.


These are puzzling words from Scripture. We are told that the coming of Christ is in the future yet Scripture says that “He comes quickly.” I believe that the second epistle of Peter deals with this issue. The first chapter is about the way of truth through Christ in our heart. The second chapter deals with false teachers that would confuse this truth. And the third chapter deals with the question of the coming of Christ, and necessity to grow in grace.

I have pondered these words for decades and have felt that they go much deeper than our limited linear thinking in time and space is led us to believe. Fr. John Behr, Dean of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary challenges us to rethink about who we are, as male and female, what we are called to become, and the relation between life and death in this journey.
Paul wrote that we no longer know Christ in the physical body, “according to the flesh” (2 Co 5:16) When we finally come to “see” him, it is as he passes out of this world. As such, we do not now live by sight, but by faith (2 Co 5:7), Faith in the one who has conquered death and is seated at the right hand of  God and Father. We wait in anticipation of his coming, striving forwards to meet the coming one.
And we do this knowing that in his coming, we will be conformed to his image, with our bodies transformed to the stature of his glorious body (Phil 4:20-21). And, furthermore, this is already happening in those who confess their faith in baptism and take up the cross, in anticipation of the resurrection (Rm 6:1-11, 1 Co 15).
NOTE: Baptism as used in this article is in context of (Rm 6:1-11) meaning the real spiritual participation with Jesus in his death burial and resurrection and real transformation of our bodies (Rm 12:1-2).
In all this, there is, as it were, a “reciprocating Exodus”: to the extent that we follow Christ in his own passage, His Exodus or his transitus, he returned in us (theosis).
“Approach the Lord and he will approach you” (Ja 4:8). The withdrawals and approaches mentioned involve not place but disposition and attitude. Return to me, and I shall return to you.
Didymus the Blind.
As the Baptist said, “I must decrease so that he might increase” (Jn 3:30), to the point that we can say with the apostle Paul: “It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me” (Ga 2:20).
Rather than thinking of the incarnation of Christ as an event restricted to a long – gone past and a far – remove land, we should instead think of it as a possibility that is to be lived as and ever – contemporary reality, HERE and NOW in those who respond to him.
As Israel leaving Egypt (The Bible image of a world has to do with the God of Israel), sacrificing the lamb, passing through the waters, entering the desert, being nourished by manna, and journeying to the promised land – we now follow Christ by leaving the “Egypt” of this world, through baptism, nourished by the bread of life, and striving to enter into the promised land.
And when it was completed, the glory of the Lord filled the Tabernacle (Ex 40:34), is it also latter came to fill the Temple (1 Ki 8:11).
“Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord of hosts; the whole earth is full of his glory” (Isa 6:3).   As the epistle to the Hebrews tells us, this was a sketch, a preliminary model of the reality that was enacted in, through, and by Christ. He is the high priest of the good things that have come. He entered through the greater and more perfect tabernacle, not made by hands, entering once and for all into the holy place by offering his own blood and so secured an eternal redemption (Heb 9:11-12).
So, now, those who dwell in this world as in a desert, themselves become the temple of God, the temple in which the Spirit dwells, making present throughout the world the glory of God: living human beings who have by grace become human. Leaving this world as “Egypt” and dwelling in this world as a desert, we return to this world as Eden.
Taking up the cross does not mean becoming “other – worldly,” for Christ comes to bring us life and life in abundance. But as we have seen, neither is this life simply an affirmation of all things natural, “all that it is, is to be alive.”
“The first Adam was a living soul, the second Adam was a life giving Spirit” (1 Co 15:45) in this way through Christ ,God becomes the Father of spirits (Heb 12:9) as we increasingly become living HU-man beings to the glory of God! And in so doing, we discover that the tree of life planted in the center of Eden is, in fact, the cross and that by this cross, we come to dwell in God’s paradise.
Our journey through this world, dying to this world as “Egypt,” through baptism, then dying as we sojourn in the desert of this world but taking up the cross daily, refashions us as living human beings, human beings living in this world as God’s paradise at the center of which stands the cross, the tree of life. “Truly I say to you, today you will be with me in paradise,” says Christ to the one willing to be crucified with him (Lk 23:43).
“Whoever loses his life will find it” (Mt 10:39) “Behold, I come quickly” (Rev 22:12-14)


King David asked God to create in him a clean (pure) heart Ps 51:10. This prayer to God was based on David’s knowledge that God desires truth in the inner being, that he would know wisdom in his inmost heart, and that would require an inner purification by God 51:6-7. Upon purification David knew that his salvation would be restored with a willing spirit, and that he would then be able to teach transgressors God’s ways, and sinners would be converted and return to God 51:12-13.

We see the purification of the heart as foundational to restore the soul back to God. How did David do this and what must we do to be purified and restored to God? We find by reading all of the Psalms that prayer and meditation is the pathway back to God. The words meditate and meditation are used a total of 20 times in the Scriptures; and of that 20, 15 are used in the book of Psalms. Could that be why the Bible says that David was a man after God’s own heart? Ac 13:22. The word prayer is used many times in Psalms also, but more in a way of petitioning God for something, as opposed to transformation of heart through union with God, and his work in us, as meditation does in silence. “Be still and know God.” Ps 46:10.

Meditation is more about letting go and letting God, rather than asking for specific needs. Yet in the letting go of everything except God, all of our real needs are met, and our  heart becomes pure solely by the grace of God working in us; and thereby we know God, which is eternal life Jn 17:3.

In Joshua 1:8 we read: “this book of the law shall not depart out of your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, that you may observe and do according to all that is written in it. For then you she don’t make your way prosperous, and then you shall deal wisely and have good success.” It is important that we understand this book of the law not in terms of the letter but in terms of the Spirit; for the letter is of the mind but the Spirit is of the heart as Paul explains in: 2 Co 3.


Wisdom is the Word of God (Christ) within our heart Rm 10:8, 17. Fear (trust)  in The Lord is the beginning of wisdom. Wisdom is Self-knowing. Only our spiritual self upon awakening from spiritual sleep can know the things of God / Spirit. This is usually is accomplished by seeking and allowing our natural mind to become STILL so as to know God Ps 46:10. “Seek and you will find” Mt 7:7. Only by practicing inner stillness can we learn to distinguish God’s thoughts from ours. His thoughts are higher than ours Isa 55.

Wisdom  is related to faith which comes by the hearing from God Rm 10:17. Spiritual hearing is a gift known by spiritual Christians but not those that are yet carnal; that is those who are only aware of their physical senses and the knowledge that comes from them.  Faith is the absence of carnal thought. Peter lost his faith walking on water when carnal thought was injected through the fear of the surrounding  circumstances Mt 14:22-33.Yet we need to be careful that it is not of the flesh Lk 8:18, 2 Co 10:5

“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom” Prov 9:1 and knowledge Prov 1:7 To fear / trust the Lord is to delight  in his commands by his word / thoughts revealed in our heart Ps 112:1.

The fear of the Lord is devotional non-duality of thought. God’s thoughts are above the firmament, where all is one in God whereas our thoughts are below the firmament. The firmament is what separates the created reams below from the Spiritual realm above.  Gn 1:7, Is 55.

The secret (mystery) of the Lord is to those who fear him (Listen to and live by his Spirit within them) Ps 25:14

This simply means that we begin on the path of higher wisdom when we recognize our father (wisdom) the way and AUTHORITY to life and truth and trusting in him which evolves into Self trust; That is of our true spirit self with God. “God is the Father of spirits” Heb 12:9.

God will provide for all of our needs  (especially spiritually) which always is followed up with the material as a result) if we but surrender all of ourselves; self creations and riches to Him.

Man without Wisdom is like the beasts that parish Ps 49. Prov 29:18-19.

Beware of those who say Christ is here or there Mt 24-4-5. Christ is simply all and in all Eph 1:23. It is this simplicity in Christ that guards from deception 2 Co 11:1-3.


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The purpose of this blog is what I have discovered is the purpose of life itself. My goal is to lay down the path to self – discovery rather than simply to relay information, or beliefs that I may have. God has placed within each of us the ability to discover the way, the truth, and the life from the divine authority within our own spirit, since our spirit – self is already one with our heavenly father’s Spirit. Our task is to allow that which hinders this knowledge and inner authority and to dismantle it by the power of God. My prayer is that all who seek the way of love, life, and truth will find it in its fullness.


We are living at a time when humanity is beginning to wake up to the understanding that our true nature is not limited to this physical body but indeed has been created in the image of God. In His image we have been endowed with the attributes of God. This means that we do not have to remain stuck with the limitations of this mortal body, but that the good news is that this mortal can, and must put on immortality in order to experientially know the power and promises of God. Using this blog as a medium of communication, I will attempt to share some of the most important nuggets of truth have helped to transform my life and continues to do so. To get the most out of what I share, I suggest that you slowly read the material with the bible scriptures and then write in your own words what you fell you are hearing within your won heart and spirit. This will help develop your own awareness of Go’s voice and wisdom within yourself.