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God's Love

#1 Postby Elder Sarah » Tue Mar 06, 2012 10:26 pm

Shalom!

Recently in Assembly a beautiful and still very mysterious teaching was spoken in regards to God's Love. It was said that the Seven Heavens and their dimensionality are gradations of God's Love. This leads to ponder, if in fact we can say, that as the heavens ray out and unfold from and within the eighth heaven, somehow the Love of God becomes separated. Can we say the coming into being of each heaven itself would then be a manifestation, or particular form of that which is subtly or not so subtly made separate from this Love?

The verse in Gospel of John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that God gave God's only Son”, appears to speak much of this mystery. To “give” of God's Love would hint at the idea of Tzimtzum, the restriction of Godself for the sake of creation to come into being. While this love is given, it is also restricted, as pointed to in the saying “The power that binds is the power that liberates”. Within the restriction itself is the gate or key through which something of what has been separated becomes joined. The “Love” that is given and restricted would then be “His only begotten son” whom God gave and is giving through this Love. This “Son” being the raying out of the six Sefirot of Zer Anpin, the raying out of the heavens.

This mystery unfolds further when it is contemplated that hidden within the center of each heaven is the gate to the next heaven, to draw close to the center, one must resemble the gradation of the Love of God that makes up the next heaven, one must desire to draw closer to God. That which cannot resemble a higher gradation of this love cannot draw close to this gate, and in a way, is exactly what makes up that particular realm of separation. This power of the gate in the center must be related to “The only begotten Son”, the Blessed Name, Yeshua Messiah, for it is through this Name that beings can draw close to the Father, this Love.

Yeshua then elucidates this mystery of Love by the one commandment he speaks, “That you love one another as I have loved you”. If in the Gospel of John, we hear “You who see me see the Father” we can relate, “as I have loved you” to “as the Father Loves you”. This love of the Father, this Love of God is the same Love through which God gives God's only Son. Can we say, in this way, “to love one another as I have loved you” is speaking of an ascension through the heavens? The key to this ascension would then be Creation expressing the same Love as Creator. In other words, that which God loves, returning the Love of God.

May the Love of God in all beings come to remember Gods Love!

in much gratitude!

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Love: The Key to the Gates of Heaven

#2 Postby Tau Malachi » Thu Mar 08, 2012 12:12 pm

Greetings and blessings in the Holy Light of the Messiah!

Yes, indeed, the eighth heaven, which corresponds with the realization of Supernal Malkut, is the heaven of perfect love, or the fruition of love, union. According to the Kabbalah, the light of the heavens comes from Malkut of Atzilut, and so also the love of the heavens, understanding this light and love as inseparable from one another. As we know, from the inmost to the outermost heaven this light is progressively restricted, and so also is this love of God, and therefore, from the union represented by Supernal Malkut the heavens that ray out are gradations of nearness, which implies separation.

The center of every heaven is God’s presence, a manifestation and revelation of the Holy Shekinah, specifically the Shekinah of the Messiah, the Son of God being the “Sun of the Heavens.” From the first heaven, Tibel, to the seventh heaven, Arabot, there is a greater and greater presence of the Spiritual Sun, greater and greater light and love, until in the eighth heaven the perfection of the light and love is realized, union with the Spiritual Sun, the Messiah. Thus, in order to move from one heaven to another souls must be willing to a greater light and love; this is also true of moving from outer realms of a heaven to inner realms of a heaven towards the center, there is an increase of light and love.

If we were to liken the seven heavens to the colors of the rainbow (Keshet), the outermost heaven would be red, the inmost violet. As we know, these are different wavelengths or frequencies of light, or different frequencies of vibration. So it is with the heavens, the greater light and love is also a higher frequency of vibration in consciousness.

Light and love also correspond with different gradations of consciousness and intelligence; greater light and love is a greater expansion of consciousness, and it is the expansion of consciousness, the expansion of the soul, that we call the “ascension through the heavens.”

Understanding this, intensity of light, intimacy of love and expansion of consciousness is the measure of the heavens, or the distinction of one heaven from another, and therefore passing towards the center of a heaven, or from one heaven to another, souls must be willing to the greater intensity, intimacy and expansion.

As we know, at many points of shifting between the heavens a soul must be willing to disappear, so that we may also speak of the heavens as gradations of self-negation, self-offering, but, then, of course, this is the very nature of giving oneself in love, and love is the very nature of the heavens – the love of God for souls and the love of souls for God and one another. In union, the fruition of love, there is complete self-negation so that only God, the Beloved, remains, but as we witness with Messiah Yeshua, in this a soul becomes God, the True Light.

This fruition of love is in the single commandment given by Messiah Yeshua, and in it is the key of the “gates of the heavens,” or the ascension of souls into the true kingdom of heaven. Thus he teaches us, saying, “This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends” (John 15:12-13). In this teaching he ties love to self-offering, self-negation, and he himself enacts this completely on the cross making himself an offering for the forgiveness of sin and the revelation of the true kingdom of heaven, Malkut of Atzilut (the Pleroma of Light).

Now, here we may speak an open secret. If we embody the love and faith in Christ, so Christ is in us and we are in Christ, and so the kingdom of heaven is in us, and to the extent that we love, the greater the manifestation of the kingdom of heaven that is in us. Thus, through love, not only does the soul ascend through heaven in the afterlife, but in this life it is able to taste and glimpse the heavens, and likewise is able to embody something of the kingdom of heaven, something of Christ.

We are taught this by what Yohanan the Baptist and Adonai Yeshua proclaim concerning the coming of Christ, “Repent, for the kingdom of heaven has come near!” The Messiah is the true kingdom of heaven, embodying Malkut of Atzilut, or this light and love of God. When we also embody this love of God, so the Messiah and Malkut is embodied in us and when we divest ourselves of physicality, so our soul will be taken up into the corresponding heaven, hence “not experiencing death.”

Here it must be said, God loves us as we are, here and now; the love of Christ and God, the True Light, is unconditional – this light and love shines on one and all alike. In the illusion of separation, in the ignorance, though, souls are unaware of this love, and often love shadows and darkness, and so they are unwilling to the light, unwilling to love. As we know and understand, Messiah Yeshua loved all of his disciples just the same, and yet, there were disciples who were called “dearly beloved” or “most beloved.” It is not that he had a different love for them, but rather that they had a greater capacity to receive his love, and they had greater love for him, a greater self-offering to God and to their neighbors. As an example, we may look and see who was with the Lord, Adonai, at the cross, willing to stand by him in those dark hours, even though it could have possibly cost them their own lives. Most ran away and hid in fear, but John and the Magdalene, and other women disciples, were present with him, for such was the passion of their love for him, their self-offering.

Here it must also be said, love is not a vital sentiment, or a warm emotion, but it is an action, a passion for giving, a self-offering in life, and joined with love there is the force of will that guards, or preserves, and cultivates love, choosing love, choosing to give of oneself. The nature of love is not just feeling good, or one’s own happiness, or what one receives, but it is that others may feel good or be happy, and know that they are loved, and it is the desire to give of oneself. Love is more concerned with giving than receiving.

It may also be said that in the love of God the preoccupation of souls is not their own self-will, but the will of God, the desire of the Beloved; their desire is to fulfill the will of God, the desire of the Beloved. When a soul enacts the desire of Christ, the will of God, a soul is joined with Christ and God in union, the fruition of love.

God love us as we are here and now, and Christ has loved us when we were bound up in great darkness, great evil. In Christ and God, the True Light, we wish to love in this way, loving others just as they are, seeing what is good and true in ourselves and others, and co-laboring with one another to draw out that goodness and truth, and hoping, yearning, for the fulfillment of all, the success and happiness of all, the enlightenment and liberation of all living spirits and souls in Christ, the Human One of Light.

God loves us as we are, but as we become aware of the love of God, the immeasurable “sweetness of the Father,” so will it kindle the love of God in us and we will desire to draw nearer to God and will desire conscious unification with God, and it is through love and faith that we draw near and experience union.

The heavens, and the countless “mansions” within them, are all gradations of nearness, love, and through loving we pass from one to another. Just as Adonai Yeshua teaches us, and the apostles after him teach us, love is everything; God loves us, and we are to love God and love one another. Loving one another is loving God, for it is God’s desire that spirits and souls are loved!

The truth is that all spirits and souls desire love deeply, but often we do not understand that to receive and experience love we need to give love, that in loving we experience the joy of love, even if it seems that love is not returned. In Christ, instead of being concerned with whether or not our love is returned we wish to love regardless, without such conditions, understanding that the experience of love we so deeply desire, we so deeply yearn for, is in giving our love, is in loving God and loving all our relations.

Here it needs to be said, if you look into this world from the perspective of the heavens and God, and you look into souls' incarnations in this world from the perspective of heaven and God, first and foremost the purpose of the incarnations of souls, the primary intention or mission, is the perfection of their love, for it is through this that souls draw nearer to God and experience union with God, realizing their divine nature, Christ within them. This is reflected by the experience of the judgment or life-review that many individuals relate in near-death experiences, they speak of being in the presence of God, a presence of light and love, and the arising of an awareness in them, as though a question they ask of themselves, “What knowledge did you acquire, how did you love others in your life, what did you do to uplift humanity?” The focus of this awareness that dawns is upon love and self-offering, and if there is any pain, any awareness of sin or wrongdoing, or any judgment, it is an awareness of a lacking of love, and withholding of love, an imperfection in love, or incompletion in self-offering. It is this that pains souls in the afterlife, and it is this that often drives souls into another incarnation, to perfect their love, to complete their self-offering.

Our empowerment for the perfection or fullness of love is in Christ and the Holy Spirit, the remembrance of God’s love for us, and for all souls, all creatures; and it is not we who love with a perfect love, but it is Christ in us, but for our part we must co-labor with Christ and the Holy Spirit, choosing to love. When we choose to love, Christ and the Holy Spirit will perfect our love.

The more we enter into the direct experience of the Living Christ and Holy Spirit, the more our love and faith increases, and the more we desire to journey in the Gospel, which is to say, the more we desire the perfection of our love and faith, the fullness of love and faith in Christ.

Already our soul is joined with Christ in God, the True Light, we need only let that Holy Light shine from within us; the nature of that light is love and compassion, and so we seek to love and seek to engage in acts of loving-kindness.

O Adonai, we praise and bless Your Holy Name, and we pray, please fill our hearts with Your love, set us on fire with Your Holy Spirit! Amen.


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Abide in Christ, abide in Christ's Love

#3 Postby sheryl » Sat Mar 10, 2012 7:13 pm

Shabbat Shalom!

Praise El for these teachings of Love!

As I was reading your post, Dear Tau, the entirety of John 15 came to mind, where it is said that if we abide in Love we abide in the Vine, in the Body of Yeshua Messiah.

This is a rich contemplation.

Thank you.

May all beings know and abide in the Love of the Messiah!

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The Cross of Light

#4 Postby Elder Sarah » Sun Mar 18, 2012 9:50 am

Shabbat Shalom!

Praise be to the Holy Spirit for this teaching! Thank you for this most beautiful and illuminating response to an on-going contemplation, Tau Malachi.

As this prayer and contemplation expands, much is arising. I am very taken by the idea that “the kingdom of heaven” IS manifest by the Spiritual Sun and comes near in various gradations anytime the act of love is extended. This speaks much of how an active center of the Heavens comes to be on the face of this earth. This also elucidates a great mystery concerning this active center of Love, which at the same time is the eighth heaven, the Spiritual Sun. In this mystery there appears to be much spoken of the Crucifixion and Resurrection and how it is that the Gospel of John can say, “God so loved the World, God gave God's only Sun”.

Looking deeply into this verse, the word “Gave” stands out in regards to this mystery. It is as though, this verse is saying, it is through the act of giving that God so loves. This is beautifully spoken above by Tau;

"Here it must also be said, love is not a vital sentiment, or a warm emotion, but it is an action, a passion for giving, a self-offering in life, and joined with love there is the force of will that guards, or preserves, and cultivates love, choosing love, choosing to give of oneself. The nature of love is not just feeling good, or one’s own happiness, or what one receives, but it is that others may feel good or be happy, and know that they are loved, and it is the desire to give of oneself. Love is more concerned with giving than receiving."

That this giving of oneself is tied to a complete self-offering, speaks much of the Crucifixion and Resurrection. It feels, in this way, such that God gives God's only Son; Yeshua gives completely of his only Son, the Spiritual Sun within. In a way, Yeshua is called by the Father to enact the same mystery the Father enacts, this mystery of the complete and full giving of oneself. It is curious that this “giving” from the Father is what brings creation into being, in the mystery of TzimTzum, and this ‘giving’ from the Son is what redeems creation. Can we say the Resurrection would then be the revelation of this Spiritual Sun within all beings, hence, it is through the Resurrection in which the fullness of the Risen Savior is revealed, the fullness of the Kingdom of Heaven manifest on the face of this great earth.

It feels, in this way, the Crucifixion is a negation of the tendency to focus on self and self alone, and the Resurrection is the extension of the Spiritual Sun within, the extension of this self offering, the extension of this complete giving of oneself.

I am wondering if we can contemplate the shift from focus on oneself to the extension of giving to others in something we find spoken in the Acts of John. The Acts of John speaks of a shift from the Wooden Cross, the cross in which the crucifixion is transpiring on, to a Cross of Light that is above the crucifixion. It is said;

“John, for the people below in Jerusalem I am being crucified and pierced with lances and reeds and given vinegar and gall to drink.”

Later we hear, there is a Cross of Light above this “wooden” cross,

“When he said this he showed me a cross of light firmly fixed”

This Cross of Light seems to be the revelation of the Risen Savior, the revelation of the Spiritual Sun.

In this way, can we say the Crucifixion and Resurrection is the enactment of TzimTzum from within creation? And, that ultimately, to be “Like unto the Father” we are all called to enact the restriction of self in order for the revelation of the Spiritual Sun, the Kingdom of Heaven?

May the Sun of the Father, the Spiritual Sun, ray out to all beings!

abiding in much gratitude!

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living like the angels in heaven

#5 Postby Tau Malachi » Sat Apr 28, 2012 9:24 am

Greetings and blessings in the Light of the Messiah!

The Father gives all that he has to the Son, and the Son enacts a full self-offering, giving himself to the Father and to us; in the self-offering of the Son we behold the perfection of the love of God and love of our neighbor, or all our relations, giving of oneself in whole to God and to all our relations.

God so loves the world that he gives the Son, giving Godself to us, and through the Son we receive God’s mercy, God’s love, and we may say that receiving God’s love we are empowered to love, receiving we are empowered to give; for it is not we who are able to love with perfect love, but it is Christ and the Holy Spirit in us, and it is not we who bring ourselves to full enlightenment, but is it Christ and the Holy Spirit that accomplished this mystery in us.

And so also in the Second Coming, in the revelation of God the Mother through the Daughter, God continues to give Godself, God continues to love us and uplift us, the intimacy of love growing even greater, more passionate!

It has been said that Yohanan is the “archon of the womb,” for acting as the midwife of the Holy Spirit giving birth to Christ among us, he acts to put an end to the natural order of generation; the cross of wood is the end of this old order. Within the cross of wood, though, there is a Cross of Light, or love, and above the cross there is a great Light-presence, the Sun of Heaven, and this Cross of Light is the manifestation of a New Order, the Order of Regeneration, a new heaven and new earth, and new humanity, Supernal and Divine.

The way of the natural order of generation is lust and greed, and this is the way of the world; the way of the order of regeneration, the way of Christ and God, the True Light, is love and charity. Thus, in Christ we are called to put an end to lust and greed, and instead to love and to give. In order to put an end to lust and greed there is, indeed, a need for self-restraint, self-discipline, and so there is a need for self-restraint to sojourn in the Gospel and evolve in Christ, for we cannot remain in nefesh behamit, the bestial nature, saying “this is how I am,” or “it’s just human nature,” for this is not who or what we are, and it is not the nature of a true human being. As the image and likeness of God (Elohim) our true nature is God’s nature, and the nature of God is the All-Giver, which is to say love and charity – we see this in Messiah Yeshua, and we see this in the Magdalene.

God restrains Godself in order to relate and interact with creatures and creation, and so to give Godself to us, and, in turn, in order to draw nearer to God and enter into unification with God, we must restraint ourselves, choosing the way of God instead of the way of the world, the ego. As we know, this begins with our interaction with tzaddik and community, the Living Body of Christ, and growing our capacity of love and charity, this extends throughout our lives, as in all that we do we are no longer of this world, no longer walking in the way of this world, but rather we are of the kingdom of heaven and seek the righteousness of heaven, walking in the Way, Christ.

As a holy apostle instructs us, “…whoever becomes a friend of the world becomes an enemy of God” (James 4:4), and so also Adonai Yeshua teaches us, “You cannot serve Mammon (money) and God.”

It is interesting, in lust and greed we love family more than others, and we love our people more than other peoples, but this is not exactly love, for it is founded upon the desire to receive for self alone, it is the projection, extension, of our ego, and a play of egoistic desire and fear. Such is the way of the world, the way of unenlightened society, and this way does not bring peace, but rather the opposite. It is for this reason that in many gospels we hear that Adonai Yeshua said in order to follow him we must leave family behind and follow him, and that he teaches us that his family are those who do the will of his Father in heaven; likewise, he says to us, “My kingdom is not of this world,” which is to say it is beyond any single people or nation, and so he teaches us that the true Community of Israel is spiritual humanity drawn from among all peoples, all nations. The issue, though, is that we can no longer abide in self-cherishing, or in selfish love, and we can no longer love family more than others, or our people, country, more than others, but rather we must seek to love all families and all peoples, all our relations, with the same love, the love that is in Christ.

We labor in sacred friendship and in community to give birth to this love in us, and when the Mother Spirit gives birth to this love in us, we co-labor with her to let this love shine in our lives, to deliver this love.

Laboring always for a greater fullness and perfection in Christ we labor always for a greater fullness and perfection of love; and we may say the very nature of the heavens is love, and the nature of the inmost heaven is perfect love, conscious union. Thus, in a manner of speaking, the heavens are “altitudes of love,” gradations of greater and greater love of God and all creation, and our souls ascend through the heavens by the power of a growing love in Christ.

Here we may say, those who have understood the New Order in Christ, the order of regeneration, have taught, “You must live like the angels in heaven.” It is good for us to contemplate what this means, for it is the way of spiritual Christians, true Christians, for Christ lived like an angel of heaven on earth, though, indeed, more than an angel, an incarnation of God, the True Light. If Christ lived in this way, then seeking to be Christ-like, “Christian,” so also shall we!

If we are acquainted with the holy angels, as we know their desire is the will of God, the True Light, and they exist and worship always in the presence of God, walking in God and with God, and they are servants of God and messengers of God, bearing the blessings of God and the word of God – their thoughts, their desires, their words and their deeds are all done in God, the Holy Light. Their orientation is not this world, but rather is heaven, is the light and love of God, each according to their station, all as ordained by God.

This is the way of the angels of God, the True Light, and it is the way of the New Order in Christ.

To live in this way requires self-restraint, no longer serving our ego, but rather serving God, or serving compassion and love; we cannot serve our ego and serve God, and it must be said that God is God, not our ego, not the demiurge.

Interestingly enough, though, there is freedom in this self-restraint, and there is peace and joy, and life abundant, fulfillment, for our true nature is divine, just like the angels, our siblings in the Holy Light, and just as their happiness is in God, the True Light, so also is ours!

When we truly love, when we freely give, we are happy – it’s that simple.

O Holy One of Being, please make our hearts worthy of your love, and fill our hearts with your love, empowering us to love as you love. Amen.

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Being called the Mother of Yeshua

#6 Postby sheryl » Thu May 03, 2012 8:07 am

Greetings in the Light of Asherah!

As I read your post above, something Master Yeshua taught came to mind.

But He answered and said to the one who told Him, “Who is My mother and who are My brothers?” And He stretched out His hand toward His disciples and said, “Here are My mother and My brothers! For whoever does the will of My Father in heaven is My brother and sister and mother.”


I am hearing the Second Coming in this, those who can be called his Mother, Brother and Sister are the collectives through which the Mother - Bride are revealed.

Can more be said about being the Mother of Yeshua?

May the Love of the Mother continue to be revealed through the Bride!

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Mothers of Christ

#7 Postby Tau Malachi » Fri May 04, 2012 8:52 am

Greetings and blessings in the light of the Messiah!

The will of the Father is the New Order, the order of regeneration, and as we take up the way of this holy order, love and charity, we abide in the enlightened family of Yeshua Messiah, and are brothers and sisters and mothers to Adonai Yeshua. Every community itself is an enlightened family, and all together the communities in the Messiah are an enlightened people, a “chosen nation,” the spiritual Community of Israel.

Contemplating community, or church, as enlightened family we may recall something St. Paul says in a prayer for the Ephesians: “I bow my knees before the Father, from whom every family in heaven and on earth takes its name” (3:14). The families on earth are spiritual communities who live in the love of Christ, loving one another as Christ has loved us, and so also in heaven there are families, groupings of angels joined as “families” or “choirs,” as well as souls of shared roots and spiritual illuminations that are grouped together. Thus, this principle of the enlightened family of Messiah Yeshua extends into the heavens and the World-To-Come.

Here we may say, just as in the natural order of generation members of families have a certain resemblance to one another, and so also peoples of nations, the same is true on an energetic level with the enlightened families of Yeshua Messiah, and the people of the spiritual Community of Israel. Thus, they are able to recognize and know one another, sharing a deep bond of light-power, or a fiery intelligence with one another.

Now, if God is the Father, then a living tzaddik or apostle is the mother, for receiving the Christ Spirit in full through Divine Grace they, in effect, become pregnant with child, and as they are able to communicate the Christ Spirit, or Light Transmission, to companions of their community, so they give birth to others in Christ as a virgin mother. The one who is first in any lineage or community, or who is first in their generation, is a Holy Mother of Yeshua, the Messiah, in their lineage or community, this is true whether a woman or a man – all tzaddikim or apostles are spiritual mothers!

Adonai Yeshua calls us brothers and sisters, siblings, and elsewhere in the gospels he calls us his friends. This is an important teaching, for he does not call us his “children” but calls us siblings and friends. Younger siblings are destined to grow up and mature just as older siblings, and in maturation, though unique and individual, they are the same and are equal, and the very term friend connotes equality. Thus, calling us siblings and friends Adonai Yeshua teaches us that we are to embody the Christ Spirit, literally and practically, just as he did, and that we are not only to become Christ-like, but we are to be and become Christ, fully anointed with the Spirit of Christ just as Yeshua was.

The principle of motherhood in Christ is not isolate, however, to those who are called to serve in community as a tzaddik or apostle, but in truth, in the New Order, we are all called to be motherly, or to be mothers to Christ in others; we are all meant to be “wombish,” motherly, having love and compassion, and caring for one another in the Mother Spirit, nourishing and nurturing the Christ Spirit in one another, and we are all midwives to the Mother Spirit giving birth to Christ in one another, co-laboring with the Mother Spirit, the Holy Spirit, for the realization and fulfillment of all our sisters and brothers, and indeed, all our relations.

A spiritual Christian will be as a good mother, caring for their sisters and brothers as children of God, children of the Light, and just as a good mother, they will share in the joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain, and all that transpires with their sisters and brothers, it will be as their own; likewise, just as a good mother they will do anything necessary and give anything needed for the fulfillment of their sisters and brothers, as though the fulfillment of a sister or brother is their own fulfillment. Such is the way of a good mother.

Here we may say, more than a good mother, a spiritual Christian will be a virgin mother, no longer having a love or desire for the world, but having only the love or desire of the kingdom of heaven and God, the True Light. In this, naturally, as Adonai Yeshua teaches us, we will “resemble the angels in heaven” who are virgin, conceiving only through the Spirit of God, or Word of God.

And so we may say, being a mother of Christ, we will have One Love, the Beloved, and in all that we do we will conceive only through the Spirit of Christ, the Word of God, and we will receive no other, and give ourselves to no other, abiding in our innate purity and perfection in Christ, the Human One of Light.

Here we may say, even giving birth to the children of Joseph, the Holy Mother remained the Virgin, for she had only one holy desire, only One Love, God, the True Light.

If Messiah Yeshua is the Head and we are the Body, then in all of us who receive the Christ Spirit the Holy Mother has given birth to One Holy Child – all together, we are that Holy Child. This speaks to our bond in love and faith, and in the Spirit of Christ, which is a Living Spirit that brings into complete union, all in one and one in all, the All-In-All. Hallelu Yah!

Here we may say, the full image and likeness of the Human One of Light, Christ, which is the image and likeness of Yahweh Elohim, is all who are in Christ, all who receive and embody the Christ Spirit throughout all space and time, on earth and in heaven; and we may say that this image and likeness appears and is revealed in the embrace of Hayyah Yeshua and the Holy Bride in the resurrection, the revelation of the Risen Christ, the Eternal Christ.

If we walk in this holy awareness, this holy remembrance, we will have great love and faith, and spiritual hope, and we will acquire the knowledge, understanding and wisdom of the Eternal Christ, the Cosmic and Primordial Christ.

As mothers of Christ, let us always cherish and treasure our spiritual “memories” of the Christ in our hearts and abide in the perfect love of Christ, boundless and unconditional!

Mother God, Imma Elohim, may you bless us to resemble you. Amen.

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