Heaven the Other World

The Teachings of Christ, Who Is God

Know, O Israel, the Lord thy God is One!

What is Meant by Life Eternal

Life Eternal - One with that Oneness, as is seen by the Soul becoming One with the Will, the Spirit, of the Father. Even as is shown in the ensample of the Man called Jesus the Christ, the Saviour of the World, through compliance to those same laws, as He complied with. For with that Force, that Spirit, brought in the World, then becomes the Truth: "What thou asketh in My name, believing in thine heart, same shall be unto thee." 

Beautiful is the life and the feet of those who walk in the paths of the righteous One. The Heavens open and I see Him stand at that Way which leads unto Life Everlasting; That then the Way, the Truth, the Light, the Water of Life, the Man made Perfect in that Spirit of Him who gave Himself as the ransom for many.

In this is the ransom then: Making self of low estate, as is called in man's realm. All powerful - yet never using that power, save to help, to assist, to give aid, to give succour to someone who is not in that position to help or aid self.

Know that life is a continuous experience, and as there is a consciousness in sleep that is not physical - in the sense of physical awareness - so there is a consciousness in
the same manner when the physical is entirely laid aside.

He indeed is the resurrection and this life. In Him do we put our trust. Then there should not be sorrow and sadness in those periods when the physical turmoil's and strife's of the body
are laid aside, for the moment, for the closer walk with Him. For indeed to be absent from the material body is to be present with the Lord.

Let those admonitions and those promises, then, fill thy life - and so determine within selves that ye will walk the closer with Him day by day.

And then when the shadows, as here, begin to close about, and there is the meeting at the river, there will be indeed no sorrow when this barque puts out to sea.

Understand the Creator

One first must understand self and its relations to its fellow man.

It will then understand its relation to its Maker, and will then be in that position to give to others and build self therein.

How understand Self

The relation as is received through: "My Spirit beareth witness with Thy Spirit as to whether Thou be the Son of God or not."

When thou walkest in that way that leads to the everlasting thou hast that

understanding. "Seek and Ye shall find. Knock and it shall be opened unto you."

In this existence, and in the present plane, with that understanding of the higher law get the understanding of self between the Creation, or its fellow man, and thou will get the thorough understanding of how the relation is between self and Maker, and can lead and guide others therein, through Psychic, Spirit force, and through the universal law of "like attracts like", relativity of force.

Treasures in Heaven

Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal: But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal: For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.

The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light.
But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness!

No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.

The Kingdom of the Father

The consciousness of His force, power, activity, in every element of action on the part of those who without thought of self have opened the way for the activity of the Christ Consciousness in the material world; for only those of material thought or material activities may demonstrate or bring to the consciousness of the individuals in material life as to what is the activity, the spiritual essence in the life.

Let's illustrate, then, in an everyday act of an individual: As is known of all, water is a necessary element in the material forces for the sustaining of life in the material plane; hence this element often is called the mother of creation.

How does water, then, supply that which nourishes in this material plane? Being made up of elements in itself that are the essence of that which may truly be called spiritual in itself, it gives that association or connection between the spiritual forces acting in the material elements of the earth, or material forces; hence in entering in the kingdom of the Father is knowing and following and Being those elements that supply the needs of that which builds in the material plane towards the continuity of the spiritual forces manifest in the earth.

So, one enters, then, through that door with the Saviour, that brings that necessary force in the life of others, and in saving others saves self.

How came the Son of man the way that leads to perfection in heaven and in earth? In overcoming the forces in nature and in earth, by giving of self for others; hence becoming the Saviour of others becomes the Son and one with the Father.

The Manifestations of the Father

The fruits of the spirit. Gentleness, kindness, the loving word, patience, hope, persistence, and - above all - consistency in thy acts and in thy speech. Be ye glorious in thine activity. Be ye joyous in thy words. For, Happy is the man that knoweth that his life bespeaks that the Son and the Spirit of Truth directs the words and the activities of his body!

The protection of the Father and His goodness in manifestation in the Earth

As He has given from the beginning, "If ye will be my children, I will be your God." So, as individuals, in the application of that known in their experience as to what the will of the Father is, go about Thinking - and Thinking it in such a manner that the words of the mouth and the activity of the hand bespeak the will of the Father; then this activity, this thought, makes the individual the channel through which the manifestations are in the earth.

For, who may know in the earth the heart of the mother save a mother?

Who may know the will of the Father, God, save those that put into the acts of their hands, in the thoughts of their minds, those things that He has given and as He shows forth in the experience of all men from day to day?

So simple, then, is it to know the Father that all stumble in that they Think of themselves more highly than they ought to think. Be rather as a channel through which the Father may make His love, His glory, manifest in the earth.

Listen to the voice from within. For, He is very nigh unto each of you, if ye will but look Within. And that thou experienceth with the desire that thy self be nothing, that the Father, the Christ, may be glorified in the earth, brings to the experience of all the consciousness of being a manifestation of the love of the Father to the sons of man.

God and His Manifestations in the Earth

For, as He has given, ye may call "Lord, Lord," even may heal the sick, cast out demons even in His name, and yet not be accepted in His sight; for by the fruits ye shall know them that are called of the Lord, in the ways and manners that His manifestations are through the lives of the individuals that make profession in their life Of their associations; but if their life and the fruits of their lives bring not forth greater manifestations, and those things that are of the spirit, the fruits of the spirit, then they are none of His.

Not everyone that saith "Lord, Lord," but he that doeth the will of the Father, the same is acceptable in His sight. What, then, are the manifestations of the Father in the earth? That ye do good unto all peoples, and that the fruits of the spirit are manifested in thy thoughts, in thy acts day by day as ye meet thy fellow men in their own conditions where troubles, doubts, fears, distresses arise.

And as there is given those things into their experience from thine own desire to be the channel through which the manifestations of the spirit of the Christ, of the Christ Consciousness, may be in the experience of such individuals, thy words and thy acts are in keeping with that He, the Father, makes manifest in the earth through the Son - as He in His life made manifest in His walks in the earth, doing good to those whether they were of His fold or those that even rejected that He had done rather as an experience in their lives.

Then, as they each may manifest in the thought, in the application of those truths as He gave, they may come to those experiences wherein they oft may be as a lamp to the feet of the wayward, as an aid to those who seek, as a light to those that have gone astray, as a guiding hand to those that would know more and more of the love of the Father as it manifests in the acts, the thoughts, the lives of His followers.

The Creation

For all is born first in spirit, then in mind, then it may become manifested in the material plane. For God moved and the heavens and the earth came into being. God is spirit. Man with his soul, that may be a companion to the Creative Forces, is of that same source. Thus to grow in grace and knowledge, one applies, one has, one uses one's spiritual self. And with what spirit we apply, we grow also in mind and in body.

Father, Son and Holy Spirit

Each individual will find itself body, mind and soul. There are in the three-dimensional applications of influence outside of self, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Then, of course, there is the mental-body, as well as the soul-body. These are not visible to the normal eye and yet this body may discern about others not merely their own mental bodies but that such a body-mind uses in its application of physical, mental and material truths.

Then, in the study of self there is the recognition that there are forces outside of self, there are forces and influences within self.

The true God-forces meet within, not without self.

For when there are altars builded outside, which individuals approach for the interpretation of law, whether it be physical, mental or spiritual, these are temptations. It is concerning such that warnings were given to the peoples.

Others may say, "Oh, that's the old Jewish conception of it," but be ye Jew, Gentile, Greek, Parthenian or what, the law is One - as God is One.

And the first command is: "Thou shalt have no other gods before me."

Begin first and analyze thyself, thy purposes. Know that thy body, thy mind, thy soul are One. Thy body is the Temple. Treat it as such - the Temple of God. Don't abuse it, don't misuse it, but - in mind and in spirit, as well as in physical outlook - keep it as a place worthy of thy Father-God, and thy Saviour, the Christ, meeting with thee in that Body, that Mind, that Soul.

Then, know in what ye believe - and know who is the author of same.

His purpose has been: "If ye Love me, ye will keep my Commandments, and if ye keep my Commandments I and the Father will come and abide with thee."

Then be consistent in thy choices of that which will be thy source, thy understanding. For if the Lord thy God be with thee, who may be against thee?

Kingdom of Heaven

Know that the kingdom of heaven is within, and that the kingdom of God is without; and these are the kingdoms to which ye alone would give allegiance, and thy characters the same.

For the kingdom of love must be within, even as the kingdom of heaven. For without that as the purpose, without that as the desire, how may one experience it? Not unto self, but that the glory of Him who is the light may be manifested in the lives and the experiences of others.

First know in Whom and in what ye have believed. And know that He in Whom ye have believed is able to keep that ye commit unto Him against Any experience that may arise in thy consciousness of any nature.

For materially He says: "Come unto me, ye that are weak and heavy-laden, and ye shall find rest unto your souls."

To the mental He says: "In my father's house are the many mansions, the many phases, the many stages of activities."

To thy spirit He says: "Be ye One, even as I and my Father are one!"

Then in Him ye have thy answer. For His ways are not past finding out, to those who seek to do His biddings.

Then, through those channels that have appealed and do appeal to thee, let thy activities be in setting aright those who have lost their way here or there; those who need the assurance that all is not lost because of the ills of the flesh; those who need the assurance that all is not lost because that we call death has closed the door; but rather that Life; As a manifestation of God, is Continuous in the Experiences of those who seek to be in companionship with Him.

What is the variation between the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Heaven?

One is within while the other is the activity of the Infinite upon those influences that bring to bear the experiences of the Kingdom within the lives of the individuals. For He has so oft likened it to the various experiences that may be in the emotions of the individuals; as: The kingdom of heaven is likened unto him who has the 100 sheep and 1 was lost, and he left the 99 and went to seek that which was lost. Or the kingdom of heaven is likened unto she that lost a penny and tore up the whole house and called on the neighbours to rejoice because she had found that which was lost. These are examples of the Kingdom of Heaven; while the Kingdom of God, they that enter in have known the Happiness of the Kingdom of Heaven in their Own experience.

Children of the Holy One

What would one describe, then, as the essence of a sunset, the essence of the beauty of a rose, the essence of friendship, the essence of love? These are indicated in what was given to be part of the offering upon the altar in the holy of holies when there were certain combinations given that were to be offered as the sacrifice, as a sweet odour unto the Lord.
Then, what is that sweet odour in peoples' lives? It is what may be indicated as the essence of love, hope, beauty.

These are those things in which people often excel and others pay little attention, yet are influenced by them and it is not known why. Individuals who live such lives, then, and with all the emotions of nature and of the material world, are indeed those who may be called the children of the Holy One.

Good and Evil

For the material, at best, is only temporal, or temporary, while that which may be builded from spiritual desire, spiritual purposes, is eternal. Only good lives on. Evil, bad and indifference must be met in their OWN environ, their OWN experience; and thus one grows in grace, in knowledge, in understanding.


Keeping self, physically, mentally, and spiritually, fit - for in service is the greater blessings given, and in the application of self to meet the needs of every condition there is given the way of escape, will one [if one will] rely upon those promises given in Him who gave, "I have set before thee good and evil. Choose thou Whom thou will serve, for no man can serve two masters," and in the day when the sun goeth down bring thy gifts to Him who said, "Come unto me, for I have prepared the place, that where I am there YE may be also."

Keep the law as is befitting to man's relations to God. Keep self unspotted from the world. Not as eye service, but as Service of the heart to the Maker.

Purpose of Life

Know that the spirit is willing, but the flesh at times is weak. What aids body? What aids the better understanding? The keeping of the mental attitude that is ever constructive in the experience, and in the relationships with the problems not only of the moment but of others in Their daily relationships. Know that these must be as a Coordinant thing, as a Practical thing, as a Consistency - in daily living, daily speech, daily activity - with the Spiritual ideal.

Know that the purpose for which each soul enters a material experience is that it may be as a light unto others; not as one boastful of self or of self's abilities in any phase of the experience, whether mental or material, but living, being in spirit that which Is ideal and not idealistic alone, nor the unattainable.

For, as He hath given - if ye would know the Spirit, or God, search for Him; for happy ye will find Him.

Thus - in that consciousness of daily living and being that which is in keeping with the ideal - life and its problems becomes not a burden, but opportunities - for the greater expressions and expansions of self in knowing that as ye sow daily the fruit of the spirit, ye need not worry nor fret thyself as to its growth. God giveth the increase. 
Hence be not weary in well-doing.

In the practical application, then - this should be in any forms in which there is the physical activity that deals not merely with the vanity of the individual as to dress, but rather as in relationships with individuals or groups such that what ye would prepare for them brings to their awareness That For Which The Individual and The Group Stands - as a creative thing!

Giving that to others in such a measure makes for the awareness that the entity is ever being in that of a constructive attitude or activity.

In meeting the problems, if there is the air of appealing to vanity or the ego alone, it will and does become a burden; but if it is in that air, that manner in
which it becomes as a creative influence in the experience of the entity, it is well.


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