reply to post by deadeyedick
Indeed Jesus does return with a mighty sword to weed out the unrighteous and until then we are told to prepare and do no harm. What happens to
the unrighteous is up for debate.
Depending on your definition of "sword". If you mean as a militaristic sword that is capable of harming another, then this isn't Christ. You know
the mystery school guys who wrote the bible are really really crafty and use the most cheating methods to divide the so called wheat from the chaff.
It's all a trap and test and they pat themselves on the back as being the Testers and off the hook, to our little "testee" position, not realizing
they most certainly are not off the hook and that they will answer as we all do, the Bible says even the Elohim, answer, in psalm 82, just as mortal
as the adams, and admonished to stop propping up corruption and elitism and tend to the orphans and widows, basically those in need. I suppose they
imagine themselves above Elohim.
But, as Christ pointed out, its all metaphor, and has layers of meaning, and history itself has been rewritten many times by the greedy and power
To literally follow the bible is not something that the tender heart of a child would support, and the heart of a child is what we are meant to
attain, in the gospel of Thomas, it is a suckling infant. Why? Tender, loving, and completely deprogrammed, no programs not even religous ones,
nothing to mar their love.
The "sword" everyone sees as Appollyon coming in from revelations 9/11 to rule with an iron fist, and that the Elite follow, (and Appollyon is NOT
Christ), is actually the sword of Truth, cutting through the BS and programming.
if its truly in Christ's hands.
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