“Those who humble themselves”

In Luke 14, verses 7 through 11, we are told, “When Jesus noticed that all who had come to the dinner were trying to sit in the seats of honor near the head of the table, he gave them this advice: ‘When you are invited to a wedding feast, don’t sit in the seat of honor. What if someone who is more distinguished than you is also invited? The host will come and say, ‘Give this person your seat’. Then you will be embarrassed, and you will have to take whatever seat is left at the foot of the table.'”

He continues, “Instead, take the lowest place at the foot of the table. Then when the host sees you, he will say, ‘Friend, we have a better place for you!’ Then you will be honored in front of all the other guests. For those who exalt themselves, will be humbled, and those who humble themselves will be exalted.”

This is one of many times in the Gospels where Jesus turns human hierarchy on its head and really makes us think about how we as human beings value rank, and how we judge others as lesser than or greater than ourselves. Over and over again in his teachings, Jesus makes it clear to us that these things do not matter in the spiritual world at all, and that he and God judge us by what is in our hearts, not who we are in human hierarchy.

I interacted with Christ as the consciousness of the Sun, our star, and I was always overawed by the sacredness of his presence. I had been raised in Christianity but had left my faith as a young adult, and I had begun to doubt the existence of Christ in my adult life. I believed in God, but didn’t know what to make of the stories in the New Testament of the Bible.

This all changed when I interacted with Christ and God on this substance, and they showed me the reality of Christ’s existence and incarnation on earth. I understood that Christ incarnated here to teach us about how he can purify our souls through our repenting and asking forgiveness of our transgressions, so that we can ascend to the heavenly realms upon our passing.

Part of this Salvation Christ offers us, in addition to the above, is contingent upon our following his commandments to love others as ourselves, and love God with all our hearts. When we channel his love for all beings through our own hearts into the world, we have no use at all for human rank or hierarchy. We only want to reflect through our own behavior the love that Christ has for every living being, and to show everyone the same love that Christ feels so deeply for all of us.

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