Sunday, April 3, 2011

Walking the Path

If we walk a path without some curves and turns, it would be hard to keep our mind on the journey.---Bobbyology


  1. Does one walk in circles or hurry up and arrive at the destination?

  2. A journey worth traveling should never be rushed, however, if we desire to reach the destination, it would be best to follow a map.

  3. The point I am trying to make is that the path Jesus was leading us on has a instant arrival if so desired and he said no one comes to the Father but through him. Once one knows their true Origin then He the Father teaches you and explains all things even the bible. The human awareness called the self is a very minute experience with the truth and will not be found in heaven. Life is Spirit and Spirit is awareness. Man is the only creature who can humble the self and undergo this metamorphosis. That which is born of the Spirit is Spirit and to whom the word of God(Elohim) came are God (Elohim). Jesus called himself the son of God but was not exalting himself like others thought but was explaining reality of which they demonstrated they did not yet understand just as many are in the same boat today and do not identify with their true origin but instead still with an earthly one.


  4. I may be mis-understanding your comment, which I very much appreciate, but it sounds to me like you're talking about the santifying grace of our Lord which is a continuing growth of knowledge and love. As we continue to strive for perfection, yes we are continuing learn growing in and through the Holy Spirit. So back to the original question, I don't believe we, those who are seeking to grow in Christ, walk in circles, however, because we are still a part of humankind, we sometimes step off the path. Pertaining to 'self', we should remember the Apostle Paul who said, "It is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me. So I live in this earthly body by trusting in the Son of God,.."