The Way to the Father That I Followed

The Way to the Father That I Followed

Growing up in a Catholic household that didn’t really go to church much anyway, I only knew what I heard in Catholic School as a youngster and TV and movies as a teen. I had heard we were sinners who needed God to come and die for us so we didn’t have to. Obviously, if you know anything about my beliefs now, I’ve come a long way from there.

In 2015 I prayed to be led to all truth because I remembered the verse where Christ said, “Take heed that no one deceive you.” When you ask for the truth from God, He’ll send you the truth because He’s the best Father.

Matthew 7:7 Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you: 8 For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened. 9 Or what man is there of you, whom if his son ask bread, will he give him a stone? 10 Or if he ask a fish, will he give him a serpent? 11 If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall your Father which is in heaven give good things to them that ask him?

It’s really that easy to start your journey to the truth, but you can only see what you believe. And many people don’t believe things that are actually, in fact, true. Those false beliefs will then limit them from seeing the actual truth. So what the Father does is, after we ask for truth, He’ll start to purify us of our sins so that we will no longer be spiritually blind. And to the extent that we will actually change our behavior and believe we can stop sinning, we will see more and more clearly.

Everybody’s Path Is Different

We all have our own paths to follow to become pure as He is pure (1 John 3:3). No one is going to have the same perspective on things because of their religious background and life experiences. Though many Christians try to tell others that there is only one way to the Father, through Christ, they tend to think way too literally.

In my video series on how people in other religions can find the Father on their own terms and definitions through the Spirit, I point out that Christ, himself, turns away Christians who don’t do what he said to do (love one another as yourself and bless your “enemies”).

The parable of the sheep and the goats makes it clear: if you treat others as you would want to be treated or how you would treat Christ, then you will be “saved” and if you don’t, then it doesn’t matter if you call Christ, “Lord,” you’re just a hypocrite who honors Christ with your lips while your heart is far from him.

The true gospel is about us taking action, it’s about purification, self-improvement, through the leading of Spirit. And many people, even atheists, will look inside to improve their lives with self-help. As long as someone (even an atheist) wants to be a better a person and tries to improve, they are following the Holy Spirit and getting holier (more set-apart from the world/sinners).

Which Book Saves?

People in different religions may argue over which book is the right book to truly lead you to salvation, and I have come to the conclusion that relying on books is extremely detrimental.

The Essenes said that Christ told them that the scriptures have been edited and Christ taught us to divide the truth based on the fruit and follow the Spirit to all truth (John 16:13). We don’t need a book, we have the Spirit. [If any of this is new to you, check out my past videos/articles for more information or comment below with questions.]

The book of Enoch even says that writing was originally taught by fallen angels and wasn’t part of the original plan.

Book of Enoch: CHAPTER LXIX:8 And the fourth was named Pênêmûe: he taught the children of men the bitter and the sweet, and he taught them all the secrets of their wisdom. 9. And he instructed mankind in writing with ink and paper, and thereby many sinned from age to age and until this day. 10. For men were not created for such a purpose, to give confirmation to their good faith with pen and ink. 11. For men were created exactly like the angels, to the intent that they should continue pure and righteous, and death, which destroys everything, could not have taken hold of them, but through this their knowledge they are perishing, and through this power it is consuming me†.

https://www.sacred-texts.com/bib/boe/boe072.htm

Because I believed that the bible was the infallible “Word of God,” I was led into sin, mostly idolatry. You can see my article on the Bible telling us it’s not the “word of God” for logical proofs that the Holy Spirit is, in fact, the actual “Word of God” that is infallible. And every time people choose to follow what the text says over what the Spirit is convicting them of, they fall into idolatry. It’s only fitting as the original idolaters also cut down trees to make idols. We just ground those dead trees into paper instead of building statues and then the church claimed the bible was a living thing speaking to us as God.

So, since there were plenty of prophets hearing from God before things got written down and the knowledge of writing was originally from the fallen angels, I’ve moved past thinking we need to follow something written down in order to be saved. Writing can be, and is, very useful to us today, but we should never place it above the connection to the Spirit that lives inside of us. And we shouldn’t follow what other people think about things either (idolatry), because they’re on their own path and they have their own spiritual blind-spots to deal with. And God knows we all have our own spiritual blind-spots and He’s leading us to the truth that we can handle at the time being. So long as we are constantly self-evaluating, judging ourselves, purifying ourselves so that we can act more like Christ on earth, then I think we’re on the right path.

That being said, I do believe the bible can lead people to take accountability and allow the Spirit to purify them, and the Koran can also, and the Talmud can also, and any other religious text out there can also. It all depends on the Spirit of the person reading it. But the wrong spirit will get the wrong ideas and those same books can be used for evil purposes.

I even made a video a couple of years ago saying the bible could be seen as the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. It really depends on your Spirit, whether you have positive intentions or negative intentions, on what you get from the scriptures.

See also: Canonicity of the Bible: From God or Constantine?

The Way I Followed

So I prayed for the truth and I was led to study out the trinity, which I found to be false. While researching that I found out people had added to the Greek when they translated it into English. After my deliverance, I had realized that we needed to do something (stop sinning) in order to be saved from the consequences of our sins, and because of that I knew that it didn’t matter if Christ had died or not as far as our own salvation was concerned. And I learned that the original followers, the Essenes, followed Christ’s way, and didn’t teach atonement as we know it today.

The Rock of My Salvation

When I realized that the bible had been tampered with and I had no clue how much of it was real and how much of it was additions from the scribes. I decided to write down what I knew to be true. I knew that Christ’s teachings led to salvation and purification from my personal experience. So I believed that he was the Christ (Anointed one of God). That was the rock I built my faith on, rather than the bible.

The bible, in my humble opinion, is the sand that a lot of Christians place their faith on. When the sand is washed away (or a storm is coming that threatens the foundation) people become very emotional, understandably.

I came to study the hell doctrine out and realized that mainstream Christianity had that all wrong too and started to believe in universalism and reincarnation. You can see my article on the Lake of Fire and how it purifies us spiritually for more information on that. And the more and more I study and allow the Spirit to purify me to be more loving, merciful, and less fearful, the less I care about what other people think. And that’s a great thing. I know that the Father is working on me because I’ve seen the fruits that have sprung forth from my life after my deliverance. And listening to what other people say over the Spirit is just another form of idolatry anyway.

Where I’m At Currently

Now, if you’ve listened to my videos and/or read my articles you probably know most of this already. But the reason I decided to write this article out was because when I wrote down what I believed was my foundation of faith (that Christ was the Messiah) I decided to see what the early followers believed because I believed that it would be much closer to the truth than the bible (since it had been tampered with over time). I started a Facebook group and read through the Clementine works, did live streams with others about them, etc. I have a pretty good understanding of what they believed about things.

I don’t believe the Essenes knew it all

I do believe the Essenes got knowledge about things straight from Christ in some instances and they’re a lot closer to the truth than mainstream Christianity is. But it’s clear in the bible that when Christ talked in parables, the early followers had to ask what he meant in private. They didn’t understand everything that Christ said to them. They were shocked when he died.

I know the Clementine scriptures may have translation problems and even added bits too. When I say I think all texts have been edited, I mean all, even when I use the Clementine scriptures to say that texts have been added to.

Where Does That Lead?

So what am I studying/doing now? The priests in the bible used divination, and even Joseph had a diviner’s cup. They studied the stars to know the times and seasons. I strongly believe when they felt YHWH told them to do something, that they heard from Him in dreams, such as when Jacob wrestled with God.

I’m not against listening to people who are channeling information, as I’ve discussed before. I have been listening to Abraham “channeled” through Esther Hicks, even though she doesn’t like the word “channeled.” I don’t believe everything Abraham (through Esther) says because I understand that we all have blind-spots. But I do know a lot of what is said lines up with what I know to be true from experience.

I believe we ALL have the ability to hear from God, and that the more we purify ourselves and line up with His frequency of love (which casts out fear) the more/louder we can hear from Him without distraction.

So, I continue to meditate, and choose faith over fear, self-evaluate and purify so that I can align with the frequency of agape love more and more. I believe that’s what Christ taught us to do anyway. He never told us that he would leave a book, instead he told us to love others and bless our “enemies” and follow the Spirit to all truth. That’s what I’m doing.

And I will also continue to listen to Abraham, and look into things (like the law of attraction and Christ Consciousness) that some people call “new age” and evil. The Spirit is a living thing that continues on and tries to reach us with the vocabulary that we know today, partly because I believe we can understand better today than the early followers could.

Gregg Braden, Dr. Joe Dispenza, Bruce Lipton, Abraham all talk about the law of attraction and besides Esther, those people use science to explain what’s going on with the quantum mechanics and how our brains are addicted to old patterns of behavior. They all tend to say the same thing but use different words to describe it.

I’ve discussed before how the Essenes seemed to know about the law of attraction, calling it the “certain arranged harmony”, but we can find out a lot more information by studying it in our lives currently. This world shows us the creator without needing a bible or scriptures to know Him.

When we say everything we know about God, His creation, and how we should behave should come from old scriptures, then we box Him in, into a book or two and that’s idolatry again. We’re supposed to be listening to the Holy Spirit on things and I know God’s spoken to me through things as innocuous as Facebook posts or a random YouTube video that starts playing. He’s trying to communicate to us through so many different ways and, out of fear, we block Him out. At least I used to, but I’m not going to do it anymore.

Many people wonder if what they’re hearing from is God or demons. I also wrote this article to tell the difference, but the fact that people are afraid to listen to the Holy Spirit should tell you something. When people pray to know what to do they’re basically divining an answer. They don’t usually ask themselves whether a demon answered their prayer. But when someone else does it, through using Oracle or Tarot cards all of a sudden they think it’s demons answering, not God. Just like the bible can be used for evil if you have the wrong intentions (antichrist spirit inside) so too can cards or throwing lots. But it doesn’t make the tools, (bible, lots, Urim & Thummim, Tarot, Oracle cards) evil.

I’m going to continue to look for truth where I’m led to by the Spirit, and that’s what I suggest everyone to do. We should not be so afraid… you can also see my article on what the “Fear of the LORD” is all about and it’s not about cowering in a corner afraid to listen to a channeler, it’s about listening to the Spirit leading you towards purification and out of idolatry.

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