Thursday, 22 November 2012

Spiritual Law - 'Indebtedness'

Today, while I was in the kitchen, the LORD began to speak to me about ‘Indebtedness’. He explained that the reason why many people do not turn to me to save them, is because on a soul level, they know that when a person saves the life of another person. They are then indebted to that person. Its all part of the spiritual law. He did not speak of it in financial terms, probably due to the fact that a life is priceless. Also how could you ever put a price on saving a person’s life?

The dictionary speaks of it in terms of an ‘obligation’ and people do not like to feel obligated as we know. That is why people would rather die than live. The dictionary also speaks of it in terms of ‘a personal relation in which one is indebted for a service or favor’. So it does not matter if a person has paid something towards a treatment, or made a donation of some kind. They are still indebted to the person that saved their life, regardless of any exchange of energy.

The LORD God was helping me to understand why so many people are so reluctant to embrace; that which can help them in this timeline. Most people are not aware and nor do they understand their reluctance due to it manifesting on a soul level. This happens to those souls that have not removed what the bible calls ‘dross’ from their souls. Has such, it is a form of spiritual illness that people are suffering from. It manifests has a human weakness; due to the memories that the souls consciousness brings with it this lifetime. It is also a form of ‘selfishness’ because they would rather die than help others. Again ‘selfishness’ is also a human weakness and a spiritual illness due to the darkness having not been removed from the body; that contains the light of the soul.

I find this a very interesting spiritual concept; especially has it is written that Jesus prayed ‘Forgive us our debts’ and I have always said that he was talking about karma and karmic situations.

I checked the bible to see if there is any mention of the terminology ‘indebtedness’, and it is mentioned in Colossians.

‘When you were (spiritually) dead in your sins and in the uncircumcision of your flesh, God made you alive with Christ. He forgave us all our sins, having canceled the charge of our legal indebtedness, which stood against us and condemned us; he has taken it away nailing it to the cross. And having disarmed the powers and authorities he made a public spectacle of them, triumphing over them by the cross’.

Now in this text, indebtedness has been turned around completely and the ‘indebtedness’ is due to sin debt wiped away. The issue here in context then is regards to ‘sin’. The word ‘sin’ is to do with the spiritual law both in Greek and in Sanscrit. In Greek it is to do with those that do not shoot their arrows straight to hit the target. In Hinduism it is adharma and adharma is the opposite to dharma that is to do with the spiritual law. All those that do not live in harmonic concordance with the spiritual law are ‘sinner’s because they have not become righteous souls.

A righteous soul does not only live in harmony with the spiritual law, they also deliver it, and point out if and when people are transgressing it. The role of the righteous soul is to bring people to account; and to help them to realign with the spiritual law of creation. It is an absolute priority for righteousness, to shoot the arrows straight to hit the target. Like the sword of truth that pricks the conscience of those that are sleeping. Righteousness is a much higher level of manifestation of divine will of the LORD God; to help humanity to return to the sacred.

So then is there two types of ‘indebtedness’ or is the heavenly Father correcting the Christian scripture with his explanation?

In the biblical teachings, everyone is a sinner until the day comes when they become a righteous soul. One of the tasks at hand for Joseph is to help other spiritual people to become truly righteous. However, if they refuse to accept the help that the LORD God sent to help them. We have no choice but to continue to watch humanity suffer; due to the unwillingness of humanity to change its ways.

That chapter also mentions the ‘mystery of God’ and the hidden treasures. It speaks of the importance of discipline. It also states ‘Do not let anyone who delights in false humility and the worship of angels disqualify you’.

If a person is indebted to you due to you saving their life, what then does the LORD God do, if people then refuse the path of service that they’re obligated to?

Jesus Christ saved others due to the power that was put through his vessel, it is the same for every healer who is blessed to be a co-creator of miracles.

My heartfelt view is that what the LORD God gives, he can also take away. Just like he gives life; and can take life away. That can apply to individuals and to nations.

So at this point in time it is a dilemma, because on one hand people are crying out for God to save them. Then on the other hand, they do not wish to be saved by the means that God offers them. 
Is there anything else in the NT to support what I am sharing with you? Yes, Jesus said that what you give comes back to you 30, 60, or 100 fold. He was speaking of the spiritual law. That then gives further explanation of why the angels are blocked from moving forwards. 

Love and mercy beyond measure 


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