Today’s Sophy (Part 4)
The Christ instructed us pray thy kingdom come in earth as it is in heaven. In another place Christ said the kingdom of heaven is within us. It is also written that God said heaven is his throne, so by following Isaiah’s instructions and put those foregoing precepts concerning heaven upon each other are we not asking god to make us his earthly kingdom?
Make Thy Kingdom Comes To Earth?
Since we are instructed to implore god to produce his kingdom in earth as it is in heaven aren't we actually asking God to make us his earthly home?
Aren’t we each asking God to transform our individual bodies into God's body?
If that is what we are asking shouldn't we have already asked ourselves am I willing to allow god to kill my ego for allowing his will to be done through me? After all, we are asking God to do it for us which mean we are willing to forsake what we are doing for god to do it through us?
If and when we ask ourselves those questions we must be willing to be transformed regardless how our judging ego fights against accepting what it doesn’t usually want the body to endure. We’ve rejected earth’s opposites from the beginning of our incarnation so do we expect God to do something against our wills? God will only do it when we allow ourselves to be reborn from daughters of men into sons of god like caterpillars are reborn into butterflies.
The species that morphs into another are the seen things that reveals what happens when woman are born again into man. Thus our new birth should be like a baby's physical birth, a conception (the caterpillar produces the cocoon), the gestation (the the transformation in cocoon), the travail (tearing of the cocoon) and birth or exiting the cocoon. We do see our example wasn't an instantaneous event but took time so when we say I accept Jesus as my lord and savior and I was born again we should realize we are self deceiving.
That is why we are told to ask for it. God does not force us woman to do what we don't want especially since the rebirth dialog ended with The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit, we become like butterflies, here today and gone tomorrow.
Christ revealed he meant by that ending with his saying foxes have holes, birds of the air have nest but the son of man has no place to lay his head. So his life revealed how those who become the kingdom of heaven must forsake father, mother, sister, brother, [husbands], wives, children, houses and land. In other words, the mindset of every woman born again must be transformed from desiring creature comforts and our families like woman into man for environmental living. Wasn't that how man lived before eating the knowledge of good and evil. The foregoing interprets the flaming for purifying our minds sword for cutting us away from all attachments to become God's throne manifested on earth.
That is how we will reveal thy kingdom [has] come on earth as it is in heaven, we are transformed into God by our allowing God to rule us completely. Therefore we are to return to ecological living and depend on things of the environment rather than human made stuff that blinds us.
The religious believes God does not force anyone to do anything and foregoing reveals it is not true. It is written that I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the Lord do all these things. That suggest god do everything that happens so how can we reconcile that with the foregoing belief?
Simply by realizing God is always within us doing whatever we do through us.
God whispers to the flesh through our inner ears that it is now time for god to take over our minds. God removes the barrier preventing our conscious minds from recognizing God is in us and encourages us to implore him to control every fiber of our existence. You did notice Christ prayed just before his trial, conviction and crucifixion not my will but thy will be done. He gave us that as an example of how to confirm to God to make his kingdom come through us in this earth and he told all who will be saved follow me daily. So, if you are praying the Lord's prayer, as it is called, with a sincere desire from within yourself you are asking for your body to be God's kingdom on this earth.
Aman, Aman, Aman!