Hoky Spirit Mother of Christ Jesus and all the peo

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Hoky Spirit Mother of Christ Jesus and all the people of spirit - 2, Trinity Table:- http://homepage.ntlworld.com/rajinder.nijjhar/threen.JPG PART 1: - Holy spirit is nothing else but common sense. What a blunt declaration by a Gnostic? This may sound very strange to many but it is so. You may be surprised at the lack of common sense among even the highly educated people. In fact, people of letters lack common sense, the most as the Pharisees and Sadducees did in the Parable of neighbour in which an illiterate Samaritan of heart picked up the wounded person. God being Spirit, it is only the people with holy spirit, who can understand the Parables or the Word of God, the most precious Treasures. We all know that if these Treasures are given to the fools, they will trample over them in the manner of swine. People are called fools because they are not sensible and, therefore, they lack common sense. Thus, the sensible people have common sense whereas the fools are devoid of it. In fact, ego, which is the root of foolishness, is the enemy of spirit. Thus, where the fools are, common sense is lacking and the clever people of evil spirit, the psychics, take advantage of the situation and fleece such simpletons or turn stones into bread under one pretext or the other called rituals. Psychic televangelists of America present a typical example how they themselves lead a life of luxury at the expense of simple-minded people like the widow who put her mite in the Temple for the luxurious living of their priests. Pope, who enslaves people in the name of Jesus, the very person who did set us FREE in spirit, is no exception. Such psychics are best tackled through the exposition of Gospel, the Good News of Freedom in spirit that enables people to be solitary in order to tread the Narrow road with Narrow Gate that leads one to Salvation. Such solitary people being themselves "Free" set others "Free" and they do not bind them in such creeds as the non-sense "Nicene" creed in which they proclaim the death of Christ, Who being synonymous with Word of God was in the beginning and is for ever. It was Jesus who died on the Cross and not the Christ. As holy spirit rests in our hearts and not the Books, so the Christianity is of the heart rather than of the Bible, a Book that without the holy spirit is more harmful than good and turns people into super donkeys. That is why St. Paul stressed in 2Corn. 3.3: For as much as ye are manifestly declared to be the epistle of Christ ministered by us, written not in ink, but with the Spirit of the Living God; not in tablets of stone, but in fleshly tablets of the heart. Some typical examples are presented here to high light the above assumptions. Christ Peter was nicknamed by Jesus a stone, because Peter was a man of flesh and not of the spirit. Peter displayed this when He started to rebuke Jesus after Jesus had mentioned to His fellow Labourers and Workers that He will be killed in Jerusalem, i.e. He predicted His own death. For Peter seeing Jesus making the dead alive could not believe that He will also die one day but for the people of spirit, it is a fact that whosoever is born will die one day. Peter being the only disc Labourer who being a man of flesh was also given the key to the kingdom of heaven for being truthful. This key used to be with the Rabbis who themselves won't enter and would not let anyone else to enter. For being a man of flesh, at the Pentecost Peter experienced the greatest of all the spiritual jump from flesh or Natural man to a person with Holy Spirit, the very Spirit of God that uplifted the twelve to the status of the Twin-Brethren of Christ Jesus whereas the others were already people of spirit and their jump from spirit of man to Spirit of God was not as great. So, Peter was most drunk Happy on receiving Holy Spirit as His Wage for working in the vineyard of God. No wonder Peter requested His executors to hang Him upside down to the way St. Paul was executed.

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