domingo, 6 de agosto de 2017



               JOHN 16:16; "After a little Time You will see me no longer; and then again, after a little Time, You will see me."

                            A little is about A little Time which means "One Time, or 360 days, where each day corresponds in One year", so it is part of this time period, not of the totality. Our Lord Jesus Christ said that during "A little Time", the disciples would see Him, that is, on the time that Jesus was with his disciples, it was completing "One Time, or 360 days", and despite it was completing "One Time, or 360 days", was also beginning another part of One Time, or 360 days, "then Our Lord Jesus Christ said when it would be starting on the other part of 360 days, referring to the part of this period in the beginning, the disciples would not see Him, because Our Lord Jesus Christ gave His Life for the Remission of our sins, and on the third day, He rose from the dead, appeared to His disciples for Forty (40) days, and then ascended to the Heaven.
                            Our Lord Jesus Christ said that during the time that He would be present, on the time of His death, it symbolized afflictions, and these afflictions would be experienced by us during "One Time, Two Times, and Half Time, or 1260 days". Then, in giving His Life of the Remission of our sins, He would rise again on the third day, and appear to His disciples for Forty (40) days. He would send the Holy Spirit, who would give His disciples joy after the pains of afflictions, And in this period the disciples would no longer remember the afflictions because of the Joy of the Resurrection, yet other part will be fulfilled on the occasion of His second coming, when again He would send the Holy Spirit of God.
              And so the "Paraclete", "Advocate or Counselor" or "Holy Spirit" which are the teachins of Our Lord Jesus Christ would be understood by all peoples, remembering the passage in the Gospel of Jesus Christ according to St. John, chapter Sixteen (16), and verse twenty one (21) comparing with the affliction of the Woman until the moment of giving birth, where the woman is the Church and the light are the teachings of Our Lord Jesus Christ when understood in the purity of his teachings turn our afflictions into Joys, because they are words of life, that is, words that transform our life, a life of sadness to a life of Joys. At this moment Jesus speaks of the presence of the disciples, before facing the sadness in seeing him go, going to the Father, and during his second coming, in the Joy to see him again.
                      With Jesus' departure to the Father, the disciples would be dispersed from one another, that is, the word of God would be preched in all nations beginning with Jerusalem. And thus it would be necessary to form several Churches, where the Church which symbolizes the place where the Word of God is preached representing the wisdom of the Kingdom of Heaven, would form several religions and each religion is called "Kingdom" Of the Word of God". Then it means the purity of the teachings of Jesus, beginning in Jerusalem, are dispersed throughout the world, concluding then that each religion does not possess the integral truth, but possess the truths that when understood, the moment the dispersion of the gathering of the holy people, These truths need to come together so we can understand the integral Truth. And, knowing the Truth, we will all rejoice. Then, comparing the text with the present, we can perceive a movement of dispersion, where the Word of God is spread throughout the world and another moment of gathering, so that we can know the Integral Truth.
                          As for the disciples' presence on the moment that Jesus goes to the Father and after all this is fulfilled, it is up to us to reflect whether he is referring to the resurrection or reincarnation and to understand the meaning of these two conflicting words, if it is in accordance with the Scriptures Sacred, and whether they are the same or if they are two distinct meanings, finally, as we see and believe, remembering that when the moment comes the Living Soul will be transformed into the Life-giving Spirit.

               HEBREWS 9:27; "Just as people are destined to die once, and after that to face judgment, so Christ was sacrificed once to take away the sins of many; and He will appear a second time, not to bear sin, but to bring salvation to those who are waiting for him".

           To understand this passage we must know Jesus, who born in this world, with a divine nature, where we read at Luke 1:35; "The angel answered, "The Holy Spirit will come on You, and the power of the Most High will overshadow You. So the holy one to be born will be called the Son of God"." And this means that Jesus is a pure Spirit, Holy Spírit, Holy Spirit or sinless Spirit, and also, Jesus was born with a human nature, where He became man like us, and in his human nature bore our sins, Redeeming ourselves, then we are all born with a sinful nature (because of the sin of Adam, the first living being), and this sinful nature only dies once, but this sinful nature are several generations during One Time, Two Times, and Half Time. And the divine nature of Jesus is Humility, Simplicity, Patience, Purity (chastity, honesty), Mildness, peace, Mercy, where all these are the fruits of Love.
           All virtues of love are in the Good News, where dying pride and arrogance, Humility is born; And, dying selfishness, Simplicity is born; Dying of impurity, through the mortification fo the body, Purity is born, namely, Chastity and Honesty; Dying violence and anger, born the Mildness and the Peace; Dying hate and sorrow, Mercy is born; therefore we must have patience. Therefore, for each Good News a Virtue is born, thus dying once in our sinful nature, sin, each in its order, for in order to have the Candor and the Innocence of a child, it is necessary that we first have the Humility and Simplicity, then on the basis of this study we must reflect whether the text denies reincarnation or not, or whether reincarnation and resurrection is the same thing, or whether it is two distinct things, remembering that the Scriptures speak about the Resurrection of the Last Day, where a day to God, is like Thousand years, or even 7,000 (Seven Thousand) years.

 John 1:20; "He confessed, and did not deny, but confessed, "I am not the Christ"."

           In analyzing this passage there appears to be a Coordinated Sentence, that is, comparing the text: "He confessed, and did not deny, but confessed", with "He confessed, and did not deny, but confessed (and denied)", seeming to be this phrase, means that John The Baptist confessed: "I am the voice of one calling in the wilderness", but denied, "I am not Elijah, I am not the prophet". Jesus Christ reveals in the Gospel that "As John's disciples were leaving, Jesus began to speak to the crowd about John: "What did you go out into the wilderness to see? A reed swayed by the wind? If not, what did you go out to see? A man dressed in fine clothes? No, those who wear fine clothes are in Kings' palaces. Then what did you go out to see? A prophet? Yes, I tell you, and more than a prophet. This is the one about whom it is written: "I will send my messenger ahead of you, who will prepare your way before you. Truly I tell you, among those born of women there has not risen anyone greater that John the Baptist; yet whoever is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he.""" "Among the born of women are the Patriarchs and Prophets and Jesus reveals that John The Baptist is more than a Prophet when he says: "What did you go out to see?" In conclusion, through these interpretations we can understand the Scriptures and to Know the true interpretation. The fact that John The Baptist denied being "Elijah" or "The Prophet" is about Gesture of Humility.



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