reply to post by DaleGribble
I will give you some wisdom to a parable. First you must understand sentences starting with "But" must be looked as as though they are not there.
Also when you see ": but" that and what follows to the very period (.) must be looked at as not there. Let me show you the parable to the revised
version I use about the sower in full:
36Then Jesus sent the multitude away, went being to the person: his disciples came (left) to him, saying, Declare to us the parable of the tares of
37He answered said to them, He that sow Elias the host the good seed is the Son of man;
38The field (world) is the world; the good seed are the children of the everlasting hell; but the tares are the children of the wicked one;
39The enemy that sowed them is the devil; the harve(st) (also: maturity) is the end (maturity) of the world; the reapers are the angels.
40As therefore the tares are gathered and burned being the fire; so I command it be being the end (maturity) of this world.
41The Son of man I will command send for the host his angels. They I will command gather out of his everlasting hell all things that offend them which
42I will command cast them being to a furnace of fire: there I will command be wailing gnashing of teeth.
43Then I will command the righteous shine for the host as the sun being the everlasting hell of their Father. Who hath ears to understand, let him
Notice how it reveals the field = the world? Do you see how that tells you right there that whenever you see the word "field" in other parts you
must know to change it to "world"? Use this line of comprehending and you'll be on your way to uncovering the truths in the now.
Notice the host his angels? That is implying that the angels are somehow being the host. For they merge is how so. And if you think that's a good
thing you're in for a rude awaking.
Now here is the part that was before it: (And I will reveal you the revised parts in and out)
24Another parable put he for the host
to them, saying, The everlasting hell of the superphysical is likened to a man which sowed good seed
being his world:
27So the servants of the personholder came (left), said to him, Sir, did(st) thou sow good seed being thy world? from whence then hath it
28He said to them, An enemy hath done this. The servants said to him, Wilt thou then that we go gather them up?
30Let both grow together till the harve(st) (also: maturity): being the time of harve(st) (also: maturity) I will say to the reapers, Gather the self
(the ego) together first the tares, bind them being bundles to burn them:
^^^The tares of the Devil's doing are sown onto the good seed to make the good seed appear bad. The good seed grown into the wheat can see through it
though, and do things about it. The dark sentence in bold is torn apart by my kind though to give the Devil (all the astral projectors involved) a
problem to bare.
My (your's if you're not an astral plane traveler) Conscious as the host is defined as the good seed to why you see "the good seed" following
right after "Elias the host".
Notice the sentences with "But" starting them off dont appear? And ":" with "but" after it doesnt appear along with the sentence even?
^^Can you figure out the reason to why they must go away? It should be easy to figure out.
Look up "harve": a male given name. A name is given is the clue. All names are given for starters. Only a few got to name themselves for enders. The
first shall be last, the last shall be first. A given name is as good as the image you're given. That bad image could be given by those of the Devil
as they sow onto you by angel form or physical human form in a way to hinder you in this life time.