a reply to: DISRAELI
Speaking from the larger picture, Is free will an accurate trade for the potential loss of the soul? Is it probable that a loving God (infinitely
perfect in every way) is limited by patience? Would a loving God protect dignity, or use war and shame to be noticed by his followers? Is duplicity
(sticks or carrots) a proper motivation mechanism for a God?
Answer these questions from the framework of knowing who made the Snake that deceives us. Here is a very easy litmus test for these questions. If
your heart knows wrong from right, then what does it's opposite reveal?
Looking at the actions of Yahweh, can we see the opposite reflection in our own heart? This is my problem when reading books like Isaiah, or 1-2
Samuel. I cannot help but notice that the truth taught to me from the examples of the Bible then condemn the one teaching them. How? He continually
fails by his own path in the wilderness. He is his own opposite. Self-righteousness is the same as wickedness.
Name one success accomplished by Yahweh in the Old Testament. Just name me one. We can't name a war campaign since the lessons he was trying to
teach ended in utter failure and rejection of the very people he was trying to teach. Is God a failure? No. Pretending to be a god ends in failure.
No. Our hearts know the truth. How? They know the opposite by the example given in the Bible. Our primary teacher for this is Yahweh. He fought
the very snake he created and seemingly failed to see the irony. His best lesson to us is how to fail at being a false god. Greek tragedy has
nothing over the elements of this story. The hero cannot see his own failure (Hamartia).
From this, we have learned what not to do. Again, truth only appears by its opposite. Light is the same. Without matter, light cannot be seen.
It's the light that is the truth and not the one crumbling under its weight.
Who provided the mechanism for the example? The Father (Elohim) of Genesis 1. He rested before the 2nd chapter was even finished. That's all the
words He needed to show the truth. What is his truth? Give and do not take. What is Yahweh's lesson? The same, only by its opposite.
All examples after Genesis 2:3 shows us what a thief looks like. When we flip this to the will of the Father (giving and receiving), we have learned
the ONLY lesson to be learned. Love founded on free will requires that we never take. Yahweh is a good example of why this is true as a tragedy.
The true God cannot and will not take. He gave us life and we will not take it back. Suffering ends when we choose to give as our will to live.
When we do, death ends and sin is no longer a snake tempting us. We are here to learn the lesson of Yahweh. It's not one he fully understood until
he fulfilled the words of Elohim on the cross:
Whoever sheds human blood,
by humans his blood will be shed,
because in his image, Elohim made humans.
He must return the creation he took back to its original state. This is the nail in his hand. First and Last. He is here to the end until he sees
the light. Again, name one thing he did right that accomplished something for the Earth? The cross is it. Only one that mattered. The rest were in
Our lives are the same. Our personal job is recognizing what was overcome by the Son. He leads us in and he leads us out. His example sets both the
opposite image and the true light in our hearts. Both good and evil. We must overcome the opposite of truth. Wars will end when the Son finally
gives it up for good. Let's hope sooner rather than later.
His enemy is the one he created in the first place. He is at war with it until he realizes he fights himself.
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