What appears real is only real because we have created it. Truth is the opposite of what we believe to be true.
Paul referred to it as unreal. In his letter to the Corinthians he states, “For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works” (2Corinthians 2:10).
He was referring to the work of Christ on the cross. The truth, or the real truth, is that he was, in essence, the lamb slain before the foundation of the world.
Under your status as a forgiven man, your answer to the heavenly Father stands established.
You have nothing to prove. You have nothing to gain. It is a clean slate. You have nothing to prove. It is all He asks of you. Nothing of yourself, it is all He wants. Nothing of what you have done, it is all He wants to know.
A Definition of Sainthood
From a technical point of view, sainthood is a saint’s ability to ascend to heaven where his destiny, the immortal personification of God, resides.
From a theological perspective, the doctrine of sainthood is tied to that of the Incarnation.
To consider the greater aspect of Christianity and God’s grace, let us accept that Christ became a man and went to the cross to die for all humanity. According to the Romans, he had to overcome the cross to do so who had no power over him.
Under that pivotal act, the prince of this world, Satan, was paralyzed. Paradoxically, the greater act of the cross was accomplished as the result of the saints’ prayers, for they were soon swept away by the tide of abandon so that no one was ever left to hold them up.
The cross of Christ is a divine miracle for the salvation of man.
None of us could perform such a heroic feat unless we drew on the power of God. Then it becomes a matter of our faith and Person of service and Savior to all.
Sainthood is God’s power for the Christian to climb to sainthood in the Person of Christ and to be saved.
It is the faith that God asks of us to become a kingdom majesty, the true throne of God from which God rules and reigns.
A singular obligation, crowned by God in the soul, the Christian is charged to protect and defend the most precious law of the Church, which is the divine Word of God, in so doing delivering both himself and all ignoble souls to the descent of eternal damnation.
To protect the ” precious law” is to be sanctified. Deuteronomy 12:11
Purification of our bodies becomes necessary as part of the broadening of our spiritual understanding and walking into the fullness of Christ. In 2 Corinthians 8:10, Paul says, “The take away of all that is false, and Detach from all that is lame; And to make clear the counsels of the wise, and cut away the veil that hides knowledge from the wise.”
The most crucial and, to my mind, most relevant objective in life is to seek to know the truth and to remain in the truth.
There is no greater joy than to experience the joy that is ours, and we can experience this only if we remain in what is true.
The greatest secret of life is in the truth. When we believe it we experience it. When we know it, it becomes a part of our experience.
“You must be born of water and the spirit that now dwells in the sons ofaeus…” (salvation paradox)
“Unless you eat and drink, you have not life in you. Whoever eats and drinks and merry-go-round in this age does not have life…”
The Word of God in the Scriptures Will Set You Free
For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.
verbs 1:17 So is My word that goes forth from My mouth; It will not return to Me void, but it will accomplish what I please, and it will prosper in the thing for which I sent it.
The word of God is sharp. It divides the truth from a lie. It exposes and removes any lies and mockery that may be working in your life. The Word of the Lord is true. In the Word of the Lord, it states that it shall not return to Him void.
When we speak the words of God that He will not return to us void, we are actually speaking the unspeakable and indescribable glory of our God!
God is faithful and just, and so parents being His disciples are to be likewise. Jesus contends with the devil.
He suffered more than we will ever have to endure. He loved us and refused to let that love result in His death. He endured the cross.
The Word of God is medicine for the broken spirit and the soul. It is a double-edged sword. It gently and tenderly angles with our lives and heals His wounds. It goes deeply into the recesses of our minds and stirs up our affections, aspirations, and devotion.
As a matter of fact, it takes the Word of God and Matter in a context so simple that “matter” is the only language used.
In the Gospel of John chapter one verse one, it is written that “For the Word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit and the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.”
What did Jesus mean when He said that the Word of God is sharp and would divide asunder the soul and spirit and of the joints and marrow?
Notice that God’s Word is defined as matter and the things of the earth, and the things that are of the earth.
The Word of God is a stabbing authority capable of cutting asunder all resistance and all defensiveness.
The Word of God is sharper than any two-edged sword. It is able to reveal hidden and evident facts as well as actual events.
Now, notice this. The Word of God goes beyond all this. It cuts through the worldly and energetic doubletalk that tries to represent reality as it really is without first revealing the real secret of what is really happening behind the scenes.
With this ability to see hidden things clearly, God’s Word in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments becomes sharper and more piercing.
The Word and Esoteric Purposes
When used for serious esoteric purposes as psychic surgery, a teletherapy session with a skilled Skeptic is perfectly reasonable and can be done anywhere, anytime by anyone.
In both situations, the practitioner must avoid any belief system or superstition and, rather, trust his sensation, to validate the information that is coming forth.
The practitioner must get the approval of the Skeptic before operating and attempt to work..
Operation of any of these entities demands that you fully believe in your encounter.
Some believe that the Skeptics, the other paranormal investigation group of choice, are evil, bias, or friendly toward the paranormal investigation and a witch’s coven or church.
To them, adding the word ‘ Skeptic’ to their names will make their Skeetry more credible.