a reply to: IndependentOpinion
It is my opinion that names are just words and titles that end up distracting too many people from the true purpose.
It is true for me that Jesus Christ is the Holy Spirit, but the reality is the Holy Spirit is that which is important.
Many religions predate Jesus yet speak of the Holy Spirit. To think that a person who believes in a religion that teaches the Holy Spirit as the
divine force that guides one from within to Love and Reason is not following Jesus because he has rejected that the physical man Jesus is the Holy
Spirit is false in my opinion.
The only way to the father is through the Light.
The only way to the father is through the Holy Spirit.
The only way to the father is through Jesus Christ.
Thier is no difference in the above 3 statements. As Jesus is the Light, the Holy Spirit.
If a man follows the divine Light or the Holy Spirit into a union with the father although he has not recognized the name Jesus, simply because he
found union with the father through one of the prophets whose words predate Jesus he has found the Christ within himself.
Those who recognize the Light, the Holy Spirit, and enter into a union with the father, will indeed bow to Jesus when they enter heaven after physical
death, even if they did not do so while living in the physical body. Since Jesus Christ is the Light through which they gained access to the father,
which Buddhist call Nirvana.
The power of the Light is within you, which is the power that grants you access to a union with the father, which is the kingdom of heaven within you.
And that Light is Jesus Chrsit, even for those who found the Light through Zoaster, Buddhism, or Hinduism. Hinduism calls the Light the Lord of Love.
Can there be any other Lord of Love than Jesus Christ?
There are many beautiful religions that predate the birth of Jesus that are focused on the Holy Spirit, the Light within. To think those prophets were
not teaching about the Spiritual aspect of Jesus Christ whose physical name was not given until it was given to Marry is nieve in my opinion.
Jesus Christ has many names, and his sacrifice is sufficient for all, even those who find union with him through the prophets that predate the name
edit on 22-8-2015 by Isurrender73 because: (no reason given)