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Dear Brethren,

It came to me, light a flash of divine insight, that we don’t have to be intimidated about saying anything God shows us and here is why,


“Christians who wish to judge revelations given to us believe things that are just as impossible”



We all believe in supernatural things


If I say that prophecy is “time travel” and some take exception to that, I say that they believe that people raise from the dead and walk on water.  If some want to critize what I say about Divine Love, do not they themselves want to be the “Bride of Christ?”  So, it’s not a matter that they believe in reasonable things and I don’t, it’s simply that they think their supernatural beliefs are superior to mine.

The fact is that all Christians believe, by faith, in many things that are not natural.  We all simply take God’s word for it and believe what He says.  Supernatural is our birthright as the sons and daugthers of God.  It is not like your idea of the supernatural is better than my idea of the supernatural.  What is at the core of peoples disagreement is if what other people believe is “the truth”.


A glass darkly


However, we “All” see through a glass darkly.  That means that everything is indistinct for all of us and “no one person” have it all right.  Besides, doctrine is not all it is cracked up to be, because only those who do the will of God are justified.  All that knowing a lot about God does is make you responcibile for what you know.   Better to know a little and do that completely, than to know a lot and do very little of it.

When I write, I constantly fight against a spirit of intimidation. This is one of the main spirits that possess the people of God in this age. Some consider themselves to be the defenders of truth and want everyone to do everything that they think is right.  However, in light of this revelation I think that won’t allow myself to be intimidated even in the slightest. After all, we will all find out just how accurate we were when we see Christ face to face.  Honestly, I think that we will realize that we were all grossly in error compared to the truth when it is finally revealed.