Friday, 16 September 2011

Widows Son

There are biblical stories of how Elijah and Jesus Christ, brought people back to life after they were dead. Are the legends as they have been portrayed accurate? In the scripture there is a contrary account of how Christ felt about death and the burial thereof. In the text he tells his followers to let the dead bury their own dead. Matt 8:22, Luke 9:60.

In the spiritual law it is a transgression of the spiritual law to bring a person back from the dead, heavy karma is the result for doing so and it can catapult across lifetimes.  It was only the magicians that did it because they thought they were above the law and that includes the magicians from Egypt.

However, the magicians from the Egyptian court could not stand in integrity before Moses. Due to the power of the LORD God he was able to manifest what the Egyptian magicians could not do. Does it remind you of the difference between the medical profession and alternative medicine?

In the book of Daniel, it also tells you that in every matter of wisdom and understanding about which the king questioned the Jewish prophets, he found them ten times better than all the magicians and enchanters in his Persian kingdom. At the end of the Torah, it also states that there was never another prophet like Moses born in Israel. Is that because Joshua cut the flesh of the babies, and their text tells them that they received no more manna after that? 

It is also important to note that there is a difference between a person being physically dead and spiritually dead, and healers are allowed to bring people back from the valley of the death. Both physically and spiritually.

It is written that Elijah was staying with a widow and she was distressed to see her son grow worse and worse, it is also written that he stopped breathing. The widow was desperate and consumed with grief. Not only with the grief of her son but due to her bereavement. Elijah cried out to the LORD his God and for the life of the boy to return into him. After her son lived again, she said"Now I know that you are a man of God and that the word of the Lord from your mouth is the truth."1 Kings 17:18-24

Is it remarkable that the gospels provided by Rome copy events that had happened previously? That depends how you view and understand the original stories that were repeated. 

How many of you have saved a widows son? A widow that was grieving? A son that was known for taking his own breath when he was a baby. Did you bring a widows son out of the valley of death without any medical help? If you haven't, how could you possibly understand me and where I am coming from? This one was born in ZION, not Israel. 

The proof is in the pudding, those that trusted in this reality completely lived and prospered. 



1 comment:

Eliakim said...

Biblical Copper and the widow.