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The Goddess us Christians Worship

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posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 03:34 PM
The Goddess we worship as Christians is so Sweet and so Beautiful!

Her beauty is beyond words,

Wisdom is magnificent!

Apocrypha: Wisdom Chapter 7

1 I myself also am a mortal man, like to all, and the offspring of him that was first made of the earth,

2 And in my mother's womb was fashioned to be flesh in the time of ten months, being compacted in blood, of the seed of man, and the pleasure that came with sleep.

3 And when I was born, I drew in the common air, and fell upon the earth, which is of like nature, and the first voice which I uttered was crying, as all others do.

4 I was nursed in swaddling clothes, and that with cares.

5 For there is no king that had any other beginning of birth.

6 For all men have one entrance into life, and the like going out.

7 Wherefore I prayed, and understanding was given me: I called upon God, and the spirit of wisdom came to me.

8 I preferred her before sceptres and thrones, and esteemed riches nothing in comparison of her.

9 Neither compared I unto her any precious stone, because all gold in respect of her is as a little sand, and silver shall be counted as clay before her.

10 I loved her above health and beauty, and chose to have her instead of light: for the light that cometh from her never goeth out.

11 All good things together came to me with her, and innumerable riches in her hands.

12 And I rejoiced in them all, because wisdom goeth before them: and I knew not that she was the mother of them.

13 I learned diligently, and do communicate her liberally: I do not hide her riches.

14 For she is a treasure unto men that never faileth: which they that use become the friends of God, being commended for the gifts that come from learning.

15 God hath granted me to speak as I would, and to conceive as is meet for the things that are given me: because it is he that leadeth unto wisdom, and directeth the wise.

16 For in his hand are both we and our words; all wisdom also, and knowledge of workmanship.

17 For he hath given me certain knowledge of the things that are, namely, to know how the world was made, and the operation of the elements:

18 The beginning, ending, and midst of the times: the alterations of the turning of the sun, and the change of seasons:

19 The circuits of years, and the positions of stars:

20 The natures of living creatures, and the furies of wild beasts: the violence of winds, and the reasonings of men: the diversities of plants and the virtues of roots:

21 And all such things as are either secret or manifest, them I know.

22 For wisdom, which is the worker of all things, taught me: for in her is an understanding spirit holy, one only, manifold, subtil, lively, clear, undefiled, plain, not subject to hurt, loving the thing that is good quick, which cannot be letted, ready to do good,

23 Kind to man, steadfast, sure, free from care, having all power, overseeing all things, and going through all understanding, pure, and most subtil, spirits.

24 For wisdom is more moving than any motion: she passeth and goeth through all things by reason of her pureness.

25 For she is the breath of the power of God, and a pure influence flowing from the glory of the Almighty: therefore can no defiled thing fall into her.

26 For she is the brightness of the everlasting light, the unspotted mirror of the power of God, and the image of his goodness.

27 And being but one, she can do all things: and remaining in herself, she maketh all things new: and in all ages entering into holy souls, she maketh them friends of God, and prophets.

28 For God loveth none but him that dwelleth with wisdom.

29 For she is more beautiful than the sun, and above all the order of stars: being compared with the light, she is found before it.

30 For after this cometh night: but vice shall not prevail against wisdom.

posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 03:45 PM
reply to post by godlover25

So who's the goddess? Or am I missing something?
Is the goddess wisdom?

posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 03:50 PM
reply to post by ParaSpy2012

She is the Spirit of Wisdom,

The Spirit of Wisdom that laid the foundations of the Universe,

Yes, God the Father is also God the Mother.

He just chose to reveal Himself as a Man, Christ Jesus.....

It's not a coincidence many ancient people worshiped goddess's....

It's been the same God controlling history all along.

posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 03:55 PM
reply to post by godlover25

OK, thank you for clarifying that for me.
Just wanted to understand what I'm reading.

posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 04:23 PM

posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 04:35 PM
Awesome thread OP!

I just came across this a few days ago and this is the most incredible teaching on this I have ever seen:

This teaching is a huge box-breaking mind-bender that will challenge all of your previous notions of God the Father and the Spirit of Wisdom as depicted in the Bible.

If the Fear of the Lord is the beginning of Wisdom, what is Wisdom itself? What does it lead to? How do you obtain it? What do you do once you get it? How do you engage with it? Or is it literally a ‘her’?

Have you ever wondered about the Spirit of Wisdom? When we read about her in Proverbs, we think about her as a notion, or a mindset, or a gift. But, could she be more? Could she actually be a heavenly being of some sort? Can we engage with her? What would happen if we did engage with her?

Who is the Spirit of Wisdom

Ian Clayton - Spirit of Wisdom

Ian Clayton - Wisdom

"Ian Clayton, a New Zealand prophet and father of four, is a man who found himself seemingly chosen by the demonic realm to become a great occult leader.

At age 12, his growing awareness of God led him to the Bible and he started reading it from the beginning. Halfway through Deuteronomy he decided that it was full of rules and regulations and didn’t want anything to do with it. Just as he shut the Bible he heard a voice say, “Put your hand on top of the table and pick the table up.” Ian put his hand flat on the table top and it rose, sideways off the floor.

“It was an amazing power rush,” Ian explained. “Suddenly, I walked in power.”

Excerpt from Shifting Shadows of Supernatural Power

More links in another thread here.

posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 10:48 PM
reply to post by godlover25

It's pretty obvious why this didn't make it into the King James "Bible".

Thanks for posting it.

posted on Dec, 12 2012 @ 02:15 PM
reply to post by Cuervo

The Protestants and the Jews of today still don't accept the Apocrypha,

However, the Orthodox Churches and the Catholic Churches, which make up around 1.5 billion of the 2.2 billion Christians in Worldwide Christendom, accept the Apocrypha as Scripture, they call it the Deuterocanonical Scripture, or second Word.....

The Book of the Wisdom of Solomon is a real gem, and Ecclesiasticus is pretty amazing as well.

The Books of 1 and 2 Maccabees shed much light on the history of Judaism and filling in the gap between the close of OT canon (ca ~400 BC and the Messianic Age ~4 B.C. - current time),

There is also the Prophetical Book of Baruch, and additions to Daniel and Esther, as well as Judith and Tobit

The Early Christian Church Fathers unanimously accepted and praised the Apocrypha, all perhaps besides maybe Jerome, but even he included it in his Latin Vulgate Codex....

posted on Dec, 12 2012 @ 03:51 PM
reply to post by godlover25

But if the Catholic Church accepts the apocrypha as scripture, why isn't it in the King James Bible?
Is it considered holy scripture?
Is it from the old or new testament?

Very interesting read.

posted on Oct, 30 2013 @ 02:01 PM
reply to post by ParaSpy2012

Specifically in the Gnostic texts of the Nag Hammadi, you'll see this feminine essence of God referred to as Sophia (the greek for wisdom)...just fyi

posted on Oct, 31 2013 @ 07:50 PM
You may worship a goddess. I however worship a God who allowed himself to be nailed to a cross to save mankind.

You should read what the first and second century bishops wrote, you might learn something.

Melito of Sardis

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