“The one who alone is God”

In John chapter 5, verses 41 through 44, Jesus says, “Your approval means nothing to me, because I know you don’t have God’s love within you. For I have come to you in my Father’s name, and you have rejected me. Yet if others come in their own name, you gladly welcome them. No wonder you can’t believe! For you gladly honor each other, but you don’t care about the honor that comes from the one who alone is God.”

One can really sense the frustration that Jesus feels in these verses, which came from having to deal with so much harassment from the religious leaders. Jesus was preaching a new doctrine to those who would listen, one in which he asked people to repent of their transgressions and ask forgiveness for them, and to allow Christ into their hearts and lives so that he could guide them along a path of spiritual purity.

The religious leaders of that day had many rituals and traditions which Jesus felt they valued above the condition of the souls of their congregations, that impeded them showing true love and mercy to their parishioners. He wanted them to be merciful to their followers, and to focus on leading people to heaven in the afterlife by following his commandments to love others as ourselves and to love God with all our hearts. He taught that if we obey the commandment to love our neighbor as ourselves, we won’t break the commandments and laws of Moses that these religious leaders valued.

In this chapter he had just healed a sick man, and the religious leaders balked at Jesus healing someone on the Sabbath. It is clear from reading the Gospels that the leaders are always giving Jesus a hard time about one thing or another that he is doing, and it is easy to empathize with his frustration. When I interacted with Christ while using a legal substance over a few years, he came to me as the consciousness of the Sun and healed some pain in my side in our first interaction.

It was during this experience that I understood his healing capacity that he demonstrates so much in the Bible. In a later interaction in which he demonstrated healing some dark places in my soul from crimes I had committed in a past life, I began to understand the concept of human salvation and how Christ was not only a Biblical healer of physical conditions but has the capacity to heal the wounds that sin leaves behind in the spiritual material of our consciousness, known as our soul.

He just wants us to come to him in freedom and ask him to do this; he and God give us free will and do not force us to do so. But if we ask him into our lives, repent of our sins, and ask forgiveness, Christ will purify our souls of our transgressions against ourselves and others and will begin to guide us on a path of spiritual living, where we are encouraged to let go of things that may pull us off of the path of spiritual purity and damage our souls. It is a process, of course, and mere humans can’t ever achieve the sacred nature of God and Christ, but if we allow them to they will guide us to living a more and more spiritually righteous life, and on to our heavenly home in the afterlife.


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