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what is the difference between studying the Bible and FINDING CHRIST?

July 26 2010 at 12:13 PM

yvonne  (Login Harpazo)

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the DESIRE for God has to be stronger than the desire to "know about" God

those who are always studying to avoid making a COMMITMENT to RECEIVE THE LIGHT will never find it

forever seeking but never coming to the "knowledge of the Truth":

one can't find Christ within the mind because the mind is a closed system that is unable to receive more light than its capacity will hold:

yes, the mind of man or the carnal mind only holds a certain amount of light which is why it is written that no man can see God and LIVE

when GOD through Christ ENTERS the mind of man, it destroys that mind like a nuclear explosion would destroy the earth..hence the "fear of the LORD is the beginning of wisdom":

when Christ comes to the mind it does away with that vessel like a potter that shatters his vessel of vanity because it isn't meant to HOLD the LIGHT OF CHRIST

but........there is a PLACE within man called the SOUL that will be revealed after the mind implodes as it did with me in 1992

and the darkness where the "old mind" was, now is called the ABOMINATION OF DESOLATION and this is the HOLY PLACE or the heart of the temple (our soul)

this is where GOD WRITES HIS LAW WITHIN US and this is the MIND OF CHRIST within the heart

hence, the HEART that understands knowledge

CHRIST then forms a NEW MIND in us that is like his mind in that darkness called the wilderness because it is a black place where no thoughts had ever been formed before

the mind of man is like a box or space where thoughts are formed around other thoughts and more thoughts around these

to give a FEELING of continuity and identity

this all disapears when GOD MOVES FROM WITHOUT us to within us

mark my words

they are true

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