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what if

The term “What If”, when it comes to Christianity, is anathema. From my experience, the church abhors the unexplained.  We are supposed to know for certain what the word of God says.

However, I am of the opinion that we understand very, very little of the immense revelation of our Father.  This is not because we can’t, it is because we try to know God through our natural reasoning.

Like a sailor floating on a vast ocean, I am adrift in God’s Rhema.  I see myself as an explorer of the faith, not a defender of it. You may attack where I’ve been, you may disagree with where I’m at, but the natural man will never know where I am going.

God says,

“The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit.”

John 3:8

As a seeker, I thrill to see what is over the next hill, what is hidden in yonder valley, saying to myself, “What If?”

Welcome to a greater reality

What if, for instance, this universe exists as a subset of a far greater reality? Perhaps the Spirit realm is the “real” and all that we experience here is but a faint echo of it. Maybe that is what types and shadows of spiritual truths are all about. It could be that spiritual truth is the only truth there is. Perhaps we are mere mirages of an overarching absoluteness. Our existence could be the dream woven out of the events of an eternal day.

What if the Spiritual Connections we feel towards others are, in fact, recognition of unions we already have in the world to come. The foretaste of the Spirit not only allows us to experience the powers of the world to come but also in our personal relationships. It could be that time and space are not absolutes in God’s new creation.  What’s immutable in our cosmos may be malleable in the fullness of the Spirit.  Perhaps, in eternity, a different set of rules apply and time is literally “obsolete”, not because it does not exist, but because it is simply irrelevant.

When I look into the eyes of my spiritual connection, having a sense of knowing her forever, is this an illusion or a spiritual reality? Maybe, in eternity, which encompasses this existence, we are immortal in that realm, like our Father. What if we are only coming to recognize each other here on Earth because we’ve known one another forever in the New Heavens and New Earth?

God says,

And out of the throne proceeded lightnings and thunderings and voices: and there were seven lamps of fire burning before the throne, which are the seven Spirits of God.  And before the throne there was a sea of glass like unto crystal: and in the midst of the throne, and round about the throne, were four beasts full of eyes before and behind.”

Revelation 4:5,6

Everything, viewed from a heavenly viewpoint, is crystal clear. However, when we view heavenly things from an earthly viewpoint, we only see through a glass darkly.  To understand Heaven, the Holy Spirit has to lead and guide us into all truth.  Only through the perspective of God Himself can we know the truth of who we are and where we originate from.

The things of God are foolishness to the natural man.  Spiritual truths simply do not compute to men who see with only with earthly intellect.  God says,

Because the foolishness of God is wiser than men; and the weakness of God is stronger than men. For ye see your calling, brethren, how that not many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble, are called:”

I Corinthians 1:25,26


For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the Lord For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.”

Isaiah 55:8,9

The natural man knows not the things of God

If this is true, why do natural minded men assume they can understand anything of God without the aid of His Holy Spirit?

This Earth is but a dream questioning the sunrise. The heavens we gaze upon are vapors pretending to be shapes.  Our reality is as thin gauze masquerading as something of substance when, the truth is, it is as fragile as gossamer.

The power of God’s New Creation eclipses everything we know, overcoming and supplanting our present reality so completely, once we step onto the shore of eternity we will simply forget it.

Many lock out God because they rely upon what their natural senses can see, hear, taste, touch, or smell.  However, these natural senses are geared for our natural world. Thus, we need spiritual senses to interact with a spiritual creation.  What if we possess two bodies, one natural and one spiritual.  Furthermore, what if each of these bodies possess senses that allow us to interact with each of these realms. What if the spiritual and natural man intersect at our souls?  If we yield to our natural body, giving it predominance over the spiritual we become like Adam and Eve who only knew good and evil from their own minds. However, if we yield to our spiritual body, interacting with God and living by His revelation, we become like Christ who was one with our Father and existed with Him before the world began.

Learn to embrace “What If”

Some believers do not like “what if” statements. Many established churches feel comfortable collating, systematizing, and categorizing God into neat little doctrines, despising what they cannot “prove” through their natural minds. In a weird way, almost by accident, the Catholic Church allows greater latitude than the protestant church in this manner, because they are not as definite as to what is and is not of God.

Obviously, contrary to the strenuous assertions of many, much is amiss in our systematic theology. There’s simply a disconnect between what is supposed to be true and what is true. Man’s doctrine, gained by man’s reason simply doesn’t cut it.  In order to see the truth of what God wrote we need to see with spiritual eyes, hear with spiritual ears, touch heaven with spiritual hands, and so forth.

Just because some muddy the water, doesn’t make the stream bad

The problem with “what if” is that ungodly people have been asking that question for a long, long time.  Non-Christian idolators have been asking “What If” for millennia. Thus, people with no Godly frame of reference muddy the waters and come up with all manner of fantastical errors. Then, when someone like me begins to reclaim our birthright in the Spirit, describing true, God-given spiritual experiences led by His Holy Spirit, people tend to want to reject the real because they fear the fake.

My suggestion to those who may want to reject what I write out of hand is, “be no more children”.  Brethren, it is time to grow up and become mature in our faith.  We stand at the end of the Gentile church age facing the son of perdition, that man of sin, the Antichrist. Events are taking place right now that are about to change everything in our lives.  We cannot afford to hide from the Spirit realm any longer because only His Spirit is going to be able to keep us in the coming days. If you are of the church of Philadelphia, you are literally only years from being caught up to God and to His throne. Thus, you had better get used to walking in the Spirit.

Fight Strong Delusion through Spiritual Connections

The truth is, spiritual connections are mandatory for our coming test of faith. Believers need each other because the God we seek dwells in us through the infilling of His Holy Spirit.  As conflict intensifies between good and evil, only the Holy Spirit’s light in each other’s eyes will help us remain steadfast in our day of tribulation.  As a seer, I recognize “Strong Delusion” when others don’t.  However, even with the Holy Spirit, I cannot possibly convey the depth of deception that blinds everyone in this present world without His light illuminating your soul. This is why I preach about Spiritual connections, knowing that only by connecting with one another in the Spirit, will the Devil’s spell be broken.

Finally, I speak to your spirits by intentionally bypassing your minds altogether. Misguided ministers, trying to convince the natural man of spiritual things has led us into the deception we currently face.  The way forward is to be fitly joined together through the Holy Spirit, via Spiritual Connections.  Only in this way will we regain our Father’s image and likeness and become like His son, Jesus Christ.

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