For those who study the Bible-
hello to all,
for anyone who has at anytime studied the bible, i would like to turn you onto some really neat gospels. mabey you have read them, mabey not. they really deserve to be observed. these gospels depict the time of the new testament, teachings from jesus. he teaches we have a father and a mother. to me, this shows, how the roman orthodox churches chose to leave out very important information from the new testament.
first, read the legend of these gospels-
then read the origin-
here is the link to the gospels themselves-
please let me know what you think
peace to all,
i hope the mods let this through, i never know what is accepted and what is not. i really want opinions on this...
[i'll gladly let this through, although we're asking members to limit to two links per post - for future ref. -moderator]
Last edited by MarkM; 05-20-2008 at 07:39 PM.
excellent find! i especially enjoyed reading our lord's prayer as spoken in this text which starts out basically with our father who art above (in heaven) and within" for it shows us that each one of us is a sliver of god/goddess and that everything that is outside of us is also god/goddess.
too often we don't see ourselves as divine even though we are.
i wanted to come back and post on these gospels. i encourage everyone to read these. i feel these words are arising in a time of needed understanding of many unanswered questions for the wanderer.
the new testament, in my opinion, is so poorly transcribed.
read them, and read them carefully. get a bible and dictionary-check anything that makes your inner voice go "hmmmm" or "aha". everything in these gospels is such a deeper teaching then and also helps put understanding to the distortion in the old testament (like the law of blood sacrifices). there is also alot of information about our four legged companions having souls. again, i state the importance of the teachings in these gospels of not only a heavenly father, but also a spiritual earthly mother who has loved us, nurtured us, protected us. the fact that jesus would of taught these kind of things is against what jews 'wanted' to believe and the same for the romans. if you have any knowledge of the bible, i challenge you to venture into a great new realm of thought. also, in these gospels, jesus teaches the importance of meditation, to quiet your mind, that our thoughts are truly what is infinite. prayer is for the outward thought going beyond this realm-meditation is for the inward thought, so we can learn and be guided through our toils. thoughts are the only true thing that is infinite here.
i am in such a deep study due to these gospels. i see much change in my life due to these teachings. the content of these gospels are a living word, nothing less.
it is so truly hard for me to portray the meaning i am getting out of these words.
jesus was not of a religion,he lived as a perfect example of how to bring growth to your soul. there is a message, and then there is a deeper message. i now understand what was meant by-'to those with ears let him hear, to those with eyes let him see.'
if these gospels touch your spirit, i then would say to also read the my post on the 'gospels of peace'-a much deeper teaching then these of the holy twelve. numbers are important, names are important, shapes are important, times are important. the temple has been placed, the temple is squared, the temple is you. trees are important also. did you ever hear about the blind man that jesus layed his hands on and the man saw men walking as trees. then jesus layed his hands on him again, and the man saw men walking as men. to those with ears...let him hear. another story that i love is when jesus is sitting in a circle of twelve palm trees. why twelve? is it just a number? is 3 just a number. is seven just a number. why are these numbers constantly important in many many religions. seek and you shall find. we can not be shown things unless our mind is open. i could write pages and pages on the great things i have discovered in these gospels.
amazing stuff people! as a catholic i can say this is a relief, ive allways felt something odd with the bible..
whats intresting with the cover of the gospel is the star of david.. that star is exaclly the same thing i think it was wilcock that talked about; the south and north pole of the earth, like two pyramids in top of each other, one facing up and one facing down, creating the star of david..