"I guess the whole debate just bugs me because of the folk who (in my
opinion) are such narrow minded gits that they see heaven as an
exclusive preserve of Christians (specifically, Evangelical, born-again
folk). The notion of 95% of all humanity being eradicated by
supposedly "loving" God who gave his only begotten son as a sacrifice
is in my mind obscene... What kind of God is this?"
"There are two categories of men with two different destinations (elect
and sons of perdition). Only God knows for sure who they are."
comments, "Such theological discussions
may have their place. But surely, the
saints must tire of this debate. Is it time to change our
focus? When I look at Christ I see what
God is like. I see One who
loved sinners, who chastised the over confident, a God who
justifies the ungodly, and judges the self-righteous." God willing, let us move on to
We are all… One. Three
succinct scriptural quotes summarize my personal experience,
perspective, and belief in Oneness. Christ is all, and in
as All in All. And He
that is joined unto the Lord is One Spirit. Together they say to me that the
Christ is all, and that God is all, and that We are all… One.
This message of Oneness is not new, but visible throughout the pages of
the New Testament. It is The
Knowledge of Universal Oneness
that is the basis of the scriptural appeal to love one another
throughout the scripture. There is a knowing what we know, and that we know
deep inside. Without this foundational revelation, and it is a
revelation, those who labour, labour in vain. May we finally see the
oneness of the body that we may grow strong and into maturity.
a worldview there is only One
Universal and Cosmic Body: The body of Christ. This
Christ is and becomes a revelation of oneness. When the
Reunified Body of Christ is seen and
experienced, the mind darkened by the torment of dualism is
is only ONE body, the kingdom of God’s dear son, for truly, truly, Christ is all, and
Love is the glue that holds the body together so that we can grow
together into a Mature Perfect
We are all learning to live in love, and be at Peace with one another.
Church is people
meeting in homes, keeping it simple. No
name, no titles, no property, no corporation, no salaries etc. - just
gathering simply, in His Name.
The Gate Seldom Found is an interesting historical fiction novel about friends meeting in a home, and about the ministry of those who forsake all for Christ.
Those who Forsake All for Christ is a look at the teaching of Christ within Scripture and the Gospel of Thomas for those who would would be perfect, and for those who would take up the cross to follow Christ in His way.
to us in many ways. Christ does not leave his disciples
comfortless, but returns to them. Our philosophical outlook of the
future is optimistic. We are a spiritually minded people, now looking
for divine intervention, personally and corporately, with God
working out his plan for all creation, through the revelation of Christ
within us, and through a manifestation of the sons of God.
Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the living God, and Saviour of the
world. This is my confession of faith. This is the statement of faith I
am most comfortable with. I wish my profession of faith could
kept this simple.
systems that create
divisions and barriers in the body of Christ in an attempt to impose beliefs, or
other Christians of differing belief are often
reprehensible, and by
definition heretical. Ruling over others, dictating to them,
or controlling beliefs is not the way of Christ.
Becoming Non-creedal: I have little interest in
dogmatic organizational professions. Though we can learn from others, creeds can never fully represent
all revelation and may limit or confine our perceptions of
have found that if we are free from the confines of the
theological boundaries other people and organizations would
place on us, then we can truly be open to the deeper revelations God
would entrust to us. If our heart is willing, we will encounter, and be
enabled to embrace the truth when it is given.
Here is The Staurogram: The Tau Rho Cross The Amalgamation Of Bride and Bridegroom That is Hidden Within This Little Scoll With the Seven Seals Written On the Inside And the Backside. Uncover The Message Of The Seven Thunders.
Hidden Within This Everlasting Gospel Commonly Known as The Gospel of Thomas.
Gospel of Thomas is the foundational teaching of Jesus used by
apostles as the basis of their New Testament writings and ministry.
This non-canonical Gospel of Thomas is a
must read! The
These are the secret sayings which the living Jesus spoke and which
Didymos Judas Thomas wrote down.
(1) And he said, "Whoever finds the interpretation of these sayings
will not experience death."
Jesus said, "Let him who seeks continue seeking until he finds. When he
finds, he will become troubled. When he becomes troubled, he will be
astonished, and he will rule over the All."
This is the gospel of the Kingdom. It is the message of the
Cross. Continue reading The Gospel of Thomas.
It is not an easy read, but for the earnest seeker and diligent student
of the word the effort may be extremely worthwhile.
A Messenger reveals a hidden key within the Gospel of Thomas and proclaims the Everlasting Gospel. The book of Revelation is a vision of the unveiling seen while meditating on the Original Gospel or Testimony of Christ, more commonly known as the Gospel of Thomas. Hidden Within this Little Scroll with the Seven Seals written on the Inside and the Backside, with the Voices of the Seven Thunders is the Tau Rho Cross, or the Key of Knowledge revealing the hidden things. And so, unveiled is the key to unlock the Book of Revelation. Interpreting each other, Phrase by phrase The interconnection between these two books is revealed. Also unveiled is the sealed up Message Of The Seven Thunders in Revelation 10. Their thundering voices reveal the oneness of the Bride and the Bridegroom. These voices are heard through the questions and comments of the seven disciples in the Gospel of Thomas. That which was, and is, and is to come is being seen. (This page is still under construction)
The Key of Knowledge In the Gospel of Thomas.
Within the Gospel of Thomas, hidden at the very center and climax of the body of the text "the cross" is mentioned. The word “cross” is a “key” word. Hidden within this Coptic word for "cross" is an amalgamated alphabetic character (The Tau-Rho Cross) that even looks a bit like a cross, Together these amalgamated letters are known as The Staurogram. The Staurogram looks like a cross, but turned sideways looks even more like a key. Discover the Key of Knowledge that was hidden by the scribes, shutting up the kingdom of heaven from men.
said, “The pharisees and the scribes have taken the keys of knowledge
(gnosis) and hidden them. They themselves have not entered, nor have
they allowed to enter those who wish to,” (Thomas 39).
Learn how to use "The Key" to understand the Gospel, and the New Testament. The keys have been
provided to their rightful owner, the body of Christ, and the interpretation of the text is there to discover. Through meditative study we may discover and enjoy the treasure. Perhaps now, possessing the key, we may open the door, and enter the kingdom.
The Joint Body refers
to the body of Christ (Ephesians 2:16). The author appears to
have coined this new word to express this
revolutionary new oneness and unity between Jews and Gentiles that is
created in Christ Jesus (2:13-22). The Gentiles are joint-heirs and
joint-body and joint-partakers in the promise in Christ Jesus through
The Joint Body Chiasm in Thomas reveals
in chart form the left and the right of two essential chiastic
structures in Thomas. There is a male structure (the Gentiles) and a
female structure (the Jews) and they are joined together in holy matrimony.
This is a great mystery illustrating the complete reunification of the
all. It is presented here for the diligent student looking for
The She-camel of God is the story in the Quran of an
abused camel sent by God as a sign to the people. A detailed comparison between
days of Jesus and the life of the She-camel reveals this hidden
identity of the she-camel of Allah. The camel is presented
as an Allegorical Allusion to Jesus and his Suffering on the cross. The Quran states
that those "who deny Our revelations and scorn them, for them
the gates of heaven will not be opened, nor will they enter the Garden
until the camel goeth through the needle's eye." Surah
7:40. It is the she-camel that goes through
the eye of the needle bringing salvation. Within this understanding, the
She-camel is a reminder that the gates of heaven, and the entrance to
the garden has been provided by Allah, even for the most blind of
sinners. Though the punishment be severe, He is most merciful.
Hell Eventually be Empty? Examining the teachings of the
Quran, this article asks the question: For how long will Almighty Allah
punish some of His creation? It concludes that the most blind of
sinners will enter the Garden when the Camel goeth through the
needle's eye. Surah
7:40 The promise and hope of Universal Salvation is
this reference in the gospels declares, nothing is
impossible for Allah. Matthew
Praise be to God, Lord of the worlds. The Compassionate, the Merciful.
Injeel or "The Original Gospel of Christ" is repeatedly mentioned in
the Holy Quran. Muslims
believe this original Gospel (of Jesus) to have been... lost," The Gospel
in Islam - Wikipedia. Now is the time to consider new
possibilities. The Gospel of Thomas was found in Egypt in 1945. Both
Thomas and The Quran share 114 divisions. Aligning saying to surah,
both books share extensive similarities in
thought, word, and rhetoric. Examine The
Injeel-Quran Key Word Connections. These two holy writings interpret each
Other. They are presented side by side With The Key Word Connections.
With the discovery of "The Secret Sayings of Jesus" in the Gospel known
as "Thomas", have we now recovered the lost Injeel, the lost holy book
of Islam, and the original Gospel of Jesus? (This page is still under construction.)
are convincing sequential similarities in thought, word, and rhetoric
between The Gospel of Thomas and several canonical writings that become
plainly visible. Providing an invaluable contribution to the devotional
study of the New Testament these connections appear to reveal the
original thought processes behind the apostolic writings.
and combining the sayings of Jesus together with these apostolic
writings, we "make the two into one." It's almost like Jesus and the
apostles left us a cross reference study bible.
the apostles use this gospel so extensively? Thomas
claims to be the Gospel authored by Christ himself, and penned by
Thomas. Could apostolic acceptance of this proposition explain the
connections between Thomas and the canonical writings. If so, could
this gospel, that reveals the complete reunification and oneness of the
all through the teachings of the bridal chamber, be the Original Gospel