“Those who do not fall away”

In Matthew chapter eleven, we are told that John the Baptist, who was in prison at the time, had sent some of his disciples to ask Jesus if he was the Messiah that had been prophesied about. Jesus replied to them, in verses four through six, “Go back to John and tell him what you have heard and seen–the blind see, the lame walk, the lepers are cured, the deaf hear, the dead are raised to life, and the Good News is being preached to the poor. And he added, ‘God blesses those who do not fall away because of me.'”

I felt such a rush of peace when I read these verses. They epitomize so well what Jesus is; he healed so many while he was on the earth in his human incarnation. He not only healed those with physical ailments as listed above, but his great sacrifice of suffering allowed us his disciples to see his resurrection from the dead and how he can heal our souls with forgiveness and allow our spirits to be cleansed and purified of our transgressions.

He talks in the last verse about how accepting the Salvation he offers us allows us to escape the fate of falling away, literally, into the hell realms upon death. Jesus does not want this for anyone, and he came here and endured the life that he did, and its brutal end, because of a love for all of us that is so deep and so strong that we can’t even conceive of it with our human minds.

When I interacted with him as the consciousness of the Sun, our star, he wrapped me in this unconditional love and allowed me to feel a peace and a tranquility that I had never felt before. I understood, finally, why he is called the Prince of Peace and how he can bring to all of us a peace we have never known, when we repent of our transgressions and ask his forgiveness and allow him into our lives to guide us on a path of obedience to his teachings.

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