In writing my blog littleraventhepoet.blog, and interacting on social media, Facebook, Twitter, and the rest; I have found a troubling oversight on behalf of most people.

My experience has been that the majority of people do not view the issues, challenges, problems, politics, race, religions, etc with “spiritual minds.” We struggle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against evil, manifesting in human flesh. ( paraphrased)

I think a big partI of the past, current, and future misunderstandings and resistance to Christianity, revolve around the the importance of acknowledging life as a gift. Also the fragility of life. I’m getting kind of tired right now, so I’ll cut right to the chase. Jesus said “I am come that they might have life, and have it more abundantly.”

So can this be interpreted as saying that we have no life at all without Jesus? I believe so, look closely at the scripture. I will talk more about this later.

OK, let’s continue — Humanity’s biggest enemy and problem is death. It was not part of the original plan. Of course, you remember what happened in the garden of Eden. Humanity, through Adam and Eve, (whether aware or not from day one) in the middle of the battle between good and evil, God and the devil. From my studies, I have learned that the original intention of God was that the whole earth was to be like Eden. Because of Satan seducing Adam and Eve, God’s plan was temporarily thwarted.

So this brings us to a point. The point being about Jesus’ claim to be God in the flesh. He said that if you’ve seen Him you’ve seen the Father. I won’t get into that right now, but it’s not that hard to understand. Think of the Trinity of God, comparing it to an egg, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, ie: egg shell, white, and yoke. The same, but different.

Don’t you think it’s a little bit peculiar that Jesus is the only one that claims to have defeated death and overcome it? I think that’s because no one else dares make that claim. ( To be continued) Finally, for now, unless we experience the Rapture we will have to experience death. However, we are not to fear the first death, ( death of the body) but we are to fear the ‘second death’ which can only be brought about by God Himself, this would be the condemning of the human spirit to hell everlasting. Frankie The Earthman.

The Trial.

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