Jesus said: (John 14:15). And while some of his Commandments were easily understood, others were more difficult -- including how a seeker was supposed to obtain clarifiction on important issues. And while the standard answer is to turn to the scriptures, it is a fact that nearly everyone not only sees a different message in the scriptures -- but arrives at greatly differing and often conflicting dogmatic positions. Where the equation gets truly confusing is seen in the fact that the Apostle Paul condemned all manmade opinions, factions and sects as a sin of the flesh -- and that such a person who embraces a manmade opinion, should be rejected as one who is turned out of TheWay (see ). While the Gospels present countless perplexing problems that divides believers across the spectrum of virtually opinions and sects, perhaps the most perplexing of all is the paradox of the human and divine nature of the soul who lived as Jesus. Does it matter? Christians have not only disputed over the conflicting opinions as to how this question can be answered -- but throughout history have even resorted to killing those who did not agree with their dogmatic position. -- and, his Commandment was to seek out the. Why? Because of the warning of Peter with respect to the true interpretation of the scriptures and the limits of human organic reasoning -- i.e., Peter stated in the Homilies of his disciple Clement: And it is this spiritual reality that is presented in the words: (John 6:45 NIV). It is for this reason that the believers of the simple faith are not yet Christians, because they have not yet received the Anointing -- which is impossible to receive without embracing the proper mindset and consecrated lifestyle. Moreover, the Anointing is not philosophical or rhetorical -- as becoming a believer -- but is an actual illumination of higher consciousness that permits the disciple to use more of their mind that the natural man is capable of using in his organic condition. A person cannot be a genuine Christian -- i.e., an Anointed one -- without possessing the knowledge of their pre-existent soul. A person cannot possess the knowledge of the soul, without knowing the previous lives that the soul has lived. In Pistis Sophia, one of the sacred books used by the Spiritual (Gnostic) Christians, which name in English means the Book of Faith-Wisdom, Jesus states: . In this quotation we not only see that the Spiritual Christians understood that Jesus taught the reincarnation of the soul -- -- but what we have here is the genuine foundation of Paul's doctrine that man can do nothing on his own, and can only be saved through faith in Christ. The problem arises when we do not understand the difference between Jesus -- the historical man -- and Christ -- the Anointing of the mind -- or the Logos, or Mind of God. It is this reason also that believers fail to understand the declaration in the beginning of the Epistle to the Romans where Paul writes that: When the Gentiles do the things of the Law, without the Law, they become a Law unto themselves, and can be saved. It is further this reason that we do not understand when Paul says not to seek the Jesus after the flesh, but rather the Christ of the Spirit.


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