The picture above represents what I’ve been thinking about concerning the “other side of the grave,” or “realm of the spirit” (sheol-hebrew or hades-greek).  I believe there are progressions in learning and the undoing of error (sin) in our belief systems.  The condition of one’s soul would dictate which world that person finds their own existence in.  As the soul progresses on it’s journey unto perfection, the world it is able to live within changes, as well.  This is not to say that we are not already perfect, because I believe we are all perfect in God.  However, as long as we believe otherwise, there are false beliefs which must be eradicated.  Didn’t Christ say we are to be holy as He (God) is holy? 

I believe the beauty that is found within most of these worlds to be unimaginable.  I see all progressing unto perfection, because we are all one.  Will all progress beyond and become as angels? (That’s right, I said angels.) I do not know. (I do wonder about a verse which says, “and the door will be shut.” Could this be a season for all to progress to where they choose to be?) When Jesus stated that some would become as angels in heaven, there is a truth to be understood concerning angels.  They are humans who have ascended spiritually.  The word “angel” means “messenger.”  I believe they have the desire and task of speaking to all of us to assist in our ascension.  This would explain “Jacob’s ladder” as “angels” who ascend (first), then descend (to assist others in their ascension).

PROGRESSIVE THINKING

BY:  LOUIS CHARLES

Copyright 2002

Some of my thoughts.  I will add to this page as I feel it necessary.

David said, “If I make my bed in hell, you are there.”

So, what is the purpose of this physical world in which we now find ourselves living within?  I feel it is used to bring us into the realization of “self.”  Think back to your earliest memory.  Somehow, I cannot help but feel I have always existed in some way, but there came a point when I became aware of my individuality or became “conscious” of my own existence.  Certainly I believe we are all part of the whole, but are subject to its’ force, like a river and its’ contents flowing to a pre-determined, final destination.  Yes, I see “self” as important and not something to be done away with.  We must come to the knowledge of our own creative power within the whole and the laws that operate within that whole.  If I “mis-think” and thus, “mis-create,” there is a self-imposed price to be paid.  While I do not see that price to be un-ending punishment, I do see it as necessary and of my own creation.  That is the law of God: attack and be attacked.  Can one truly attack anything other than one’s own self?  Life is like a mirror which reflects back to the one who stands before it.  Either I see love, joy and peace through giving the same; or I see fear, condemnation and guilt, through giving the same.  My final destination, no matter which choice I make, cannot be altered except in the amount of time I choose for the things of suffering to endure.  When the things of suffering no longer exist in me, then time is no longer.  Only eternal love, joy and peace remain…

I believe the journey then must still continue.  That journey will never end, but will be joyous in ever-learning and ever-knowing more.  The more progression is made, the more like our heavenly Father we become… possessing and ever-increasing in love, immortality, and wisdom.

One reaps what one sows.

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The Love of God can still be felt even in the lowest hell…

  …as a man thinks in his heart, so is he…

The Kingdom of God

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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