In John 6, verses 26 and 27, Jesus says to the crowd that he had fed they day before, “I tell you the truth, you want to be with me because I fed you, not because you understood the miraculous signs. But don’t be concerned about perishable things like food. Spend your energy seeking the eternal life that the Son of Man can give you. For God the Father has given me the seal of his approval.”
This is one of many examples in the Gospel where Jesus tries to redirect our focus from the perishable things of this world to the Salvation he offers us through repentance and forgiveness of sin. He is constantly reminding us that God knows our needs before we do, and that he will always provide for us. I have found this to be true over and over again in my life, that God wants us to trust in him and to focus on the health of our souls rather than what goods we need to accumulate in this life.
This doesn’t mean that God doesn’t want us to work or to provide for ourselves and our families. It just means that God and Christ want us to place them first in our lives, and keep our primary focus on the condition of our souls and following their teachings that have been laid out for us in the Bible.
Once we have things in their right place in our lives, we will see the ways in which they are providing for us and directing our path. It is important that Jesus says that God has given him the seal of approval, because Jesus is our Savior and it is through him that we receive purification of our souls and the Salvation that he promises us in the Bible.
I interacted with Christ as the consciousness of the Sun when I was using a legal substance over a few years, and I watched him purify my soul during one of these experiences. He waved his golden hand across my soul and vanished my transgressions from the material of my soul behind a ray of sunshine emanating from his hand, leaving my soul pure as it must have been on the day that I was born.
It was through this experience that I came to understand Christian Salvation. I had been raised in the Christian church but this concept always seemed fuzzy to me until this moment. Then I realized that just as Jesus was a healer in his time on earth, he is also a healer of souls. When we transgress against ourselves or others, it leaves a wound or scar in the material of our souls, and Jesus can heal these imperfections if we will ask him to.
God and Christ give us free will, though, and they will not force us to accept them into our lives. But if we ask Jesus to come into our hearts and purify our souls, he will do so if we ask forgiveness for our wrongs and repent of them. Then we must follow his teachings to love others as ourselves, and love God with all of our hearts, and begin a life of obedience to his spiritual teachings so that he can guide us along a path that is healthy for our souls and our spiritual life.
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