Singing ***“Jesus is real, I know the Lord is real to me”**. Where is my tambourine? O! I absolutely love that song and I love it even more now that I have some understanding about the purpose of the story of Jesus. Out of all the mythological stories about God I love the story of Jesus the most. If you realllllllllyyyyyy knew what the story is teaching you, you might just love it too. Let us take a look. I am going to give you a few main things that the story of Jesus is trying to teach us. This should encourage you to read the Bible, but not the way that Grandma taught you to read it. You should read it like it is the story of you saving yourself. Read it like Jesus is a super hero inside you that you aspire to mimic.
When you finish this blog you will see that he was teaching us how to be our own messiah, our own Saviour. He was teaching us how to be a creditor vs a debtor. He was showing us how operate as a living being in the land of the dead. He was teaching us how to stay in honor with God, Universal Law. He was teaching us about freedom.
The difference between a debtor and a creditor is one who has remembered their contract with Universal Law or what I call ALLAW vs. one who has forgot. Our contract with ALLAW is that we can have total freedom and jurisdiction over our self. If we can handle “self control” then we can have freedom without guardians. The Bible says that we are rich. We are given time and time is money. Yet are so rich that we may immaturely handle our money (time). The fact that most of us enter into contracts to sell our time to other human beings shows us that we voluntarily enter into contracts to rent out space in our head without even realizing it. Jesus taught that we should “Love the Lord your God with all your mind, heart and soul” and David said “ I meditate on your word all day and night Lord”. All of our time & energy should be aimed at giving it back to God and doing the work of a creator or creditor. We are on borrowed time. That is why we follow a caLENDER. How do we give back time? By helping each other, giving to each other and by making peace with each other. These are the duties of the true creditors on earth. Now, do not get it twisted. We are all creditors because we are all creators but it is the fact that we cannot remember that is makes us debtors. We are already free, we just forgot.
The purpose of Jesus is described as “for he shall save his people from their sins” Matthew 1:21. In other words, he shall help people get out their debt, or get out of the bondage of death. Jesus helps us remember that we are immortal and eternally connected with the ALL. This is why everyone waits upon his return because he is our memory coming back. Like the Sun of God, your memory faithfully returns just like the sun faithfully returns to “rise” in the east. Think of a creditor as one who remembers that they are a creator and a debtor as one who forgot and so they are spiritually dead. Debtors are tossed about like a rag doll and other people have total control of their mind which results in what they do with their time. That is to be dead. That is to be a dummy or what some call a “straw man”. It is to simply be a vessel that is ultimately controlled by another. The purpose of Jesus was to help us remember our authority over self. The etymology of the word save says “to deliver from some danger” and “prevent the death of”. The etymology of danger says “power of a lord or master, jurisdiction”. So now we can clearly see that his teachings was ultimately saving us from the danger of giving someone outside of self jurisdiction over our mind and to prevent us from forgetting that we actually already have authority over our self. A creditor maintains self jurisdiction, responsibility and autonomy at all times.
The only law that we are actually under is the Law of Allaw, which is the Universal law of “I Am.” Everything boils down to what you say, feel and think about yourself. The purpose of this energy that Jesus represents is to fulfill your “I am” and that is love. The word law is also the word “I am”. Matthew 5:17 “Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil.” Jesus is the energy that works to create your life story and brings it to fruition in real time and in color. He is fulfilling and honoring your contract according to your faith. This is what makes him a creditor. Creditors honor their contracts and they do so even if it hurts. In the book of Psalms David asked “LORD, who may dwell in your sacred tent? Who may live on your holy mountain?” and the answer was “who keeps an oath even when it hurts, and does not change their mind;” Psalm 15:1 & 4. Jesus said the Law cannot be changed. Universal Law cannot be altered. We are all under its authority. “For I am the LORD, I change not;” Malachi 3:6. I interpret the LORD as the LURED which is the law of attraction. It is eternal and it does not change.
Did Jesus give us some clues as to how to move as a creditor? Absolutely! In fact, the first clue is that he never admitted to having a name. He allowed other people to name him but he never DIRECTLY admitted to a name. Jesus, as a creditor, made a lot of indirect references about himself. And even when other people made direct references he said “You have said so”. This means that he allowed people to believe whatever they wanted to believe about who he was or what he was here to do. He never tried to prove himself to any one. He never sought validation from anyone. He consistently referred to his relationship with the Father. That is how he made it known that no one had jurisdiction over him EXCEPT universal law. That is how he made it known where he was getting his energy from. He was letting it be known that he was not a dummy, and that he was a living being. He was letting it be known that he was IN the body and that he was the body itself. It didn’t matter what he was named because Spirit is nameless and he followed the spiritual law of the unseen. It was more important for all the court officials to know that he spoke with the authority of the Father, ALLAW, or Universal Law. Who enforces universal law? The Father. Jesus spoke with confidence and authority and that is why he was both loved and hated by many. “For he taught them as one having authority, and not as the scribes.” Matthew 7:29
Jesus also knew how to handle adversity very well. Adversity is an argument and an argument is likened to being in court. On the flip side, adversity teaches us lessons and gives us strength. Matthew 5:25 “Agree with thine adversary quickly, whiles thou art in the way with him; lest at any time the adversary deliver thee to the judge, and the judge deliver thee to the officer, and thou be cast into prison.” Why would Jesus tell us to agree with our adversary quickly? Because we are our own adversary. He was telling us to agree with our self or else we will be thrown into a prison. When you are in prison you need guards, or guardians. This means you are a debtor. You are not in agreement with yourself and you are double minded or devil minded. You are spiritually immature and you need baby sitters to watch over you.
When you are not in agreement with your self you interrupt your own peace and as a result distress will manifest in your life. Jesus said “Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God”. Matthew 5:9 . Those that profess to be the children of God are the peacemakers, they are at peace within themselves. It is easy to say you are a child of God, but it must be displayed in your your thoughts and actions.
The children of God are creditors and they help create peace on earth by first creating peace within their own heart. This is why it is said “ creditors don’t argue”. Jesus was repeatedly telling us not to be double minded. “But let your communication be, Yea, yea; Nay, nay: for whatsoever is more than these cometh of evil.” Matthew 5:37.
He also was telling us to give freely. “Give to him that asketh thee, and from him that would borrow of thee turn not thou away.” Creditors are creators. They are not hoarders. They know that they create from the source within and they know that the Universe is eternally abundant. Creditors create with the power of full faith and credit. Read the story of Abraham and you will find that God CREDITED Abram as righteous (right & just) because he was faithful. So God made Abraham a creditor because he completely trusted in the Lured or Universal Law.
Creditors give silently. They operate in private, in the darkness. They are like private donors. They do not seek recognition from humans for their “good deeds”. They understand their contract with the universe and they understand that they will get back whatever they give out. That is law and they trust in that law. Many times when Jesus healed people he said “ See thou tell no man”. Matthew 8:4. He was operating in private. He also said “That thine alms may be in secret: and thy Father which seeth in secret himself shall reward thee openly.” Matthew 6:4. Creditors have fully grasped the principle of as above, so below. That is to say what you think about the most in private, will appear in public. The example that Jesus gave exemplifying this universal law is : “Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven” Matthew 6:10. And then he said, “And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.” Matthew 6:12. What you give out, you get back. If I forgive others, others will forgive me and now we have no debt. Bingo! Remember that the story of Jesus is all about helping you learn how to be a CREDITOR or a CREATOR and a CREDITOR has the power to forgive debts…..all types of debts. However, for you to be a creditor, you have to admit that you are a CREATOR, even a creator of debt. it is then that you will have the power to forgive debt.
Jesus talked a lot about money without most people realizing it because he spoke in parables. He spoke in parables, which means he spoke in doubles. He understood that everything is a parable because he understood the universal law of duality. This includes the nature of the heart. Money is created from the heart and Jesus told us this. “For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also”. Does not your heart sit in your chest? Yes! Your heart is a treasure chest. Understanding the heart is a major key to being a creditor.
Welp! I think I’ve said enough here. I could write much more as I only covered things Jesus said up to Matthew 8.. Maybe I’ll do another part. Hopefully this has encouraged you to read the Bible. It is your contract with God and the story of Jesus is simply a story to help you remember your contract as a creator.