The Bible, from beginning to end, is the vision of the Lord God Jehovah, yet the message given there can be applied in a most practical manner. In two weeks the Western world will be told the story of Good Friday. They will hear of a man who was in a garden with those who believe him, when a band of soldiers came looking for a certain person. Then it is said:
"Knowing what was to befall him, Jesus came forward and said, 'Whom do you seek?' and they answered, 'Jesus of Nazareth.' Then he said to them, 'I am.' (The pronoun "he" is not in the original manuscript.) When they heard that, they drew back and fell to the ground. Again he asked, 'Whom do you seek?' and again they replied, 'Jesus of Nazareth,' and he said, 'I told you that I am; so if you seek me, let these men go.'"
©2015 Neville Goddard (P)2015 Majestic
Why did the term "I am" never caught my attention until this reading? For we have been programmed to believe in a God outside of us? We are the Christ! But before you fully accept this, you must be willing to strip away the teachings of separation and of death. You know the one, "of what we have waiting for us when we go to heaven" Heaven is within you, and you can only enter his kingdom when you have stripped away the beliefs of this world and put on the Christ mind - then and only then will you be where He lives!
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