In John 20, Jesus has been resurrected and appears to the disciples. Thomas had expressed doubt that Jesus had really risen from the dead, and Jesus tells him, in verse 27, not to be faithless any longer now that he has seen Jesus arisen. When Thomas exclaims his belief that Jesus has truly returned from the dead, Jesus says to him, “You believe because you have seen me. Blessed are those who believe without seeing me.”
This is one of many verses in the Bible about faith, and this is something I have struggled with as well. I interacted with Jesus as the consciousness of the Sun over several years while I was using a legal substance. God and Christ made it clear it was imperative that I recommit my life to them and live a life of obedience to their teachings in the Bible.
While I was completely willing to do this, especially after having been shown visions of hell, I have sometimes struggle to reconcile my experiences with Christ as the Sun with the teaching of the Bible. Christ has appeared to me many times in dreams, both as the Sun and as the Biblical Jesus, and made it clear to me that he is both and the same.
God has pushed me forward consistently to share my experiences, and both he and Christ have led me forward during times when I doubted myself. They have never stopped urging me to share my testimony and the change in my life since I allowed them back into my hearts and renewed through them the Salvation that I was given as a child. It was this Salvation that Christ came here and suffered so much to allow us to have, so that we can have our souls purified of the transgressions we commit that break spiritual laws and can cause us to sink into the hell realms upon death. Christ and God love us so much that they agreed that Christ come here to save us from this fate by teaching humans how to live a life of obedience to his spiritual teachings so that this does not happen.
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