The life of an individual can be a total lie, yet seem like the truth.
When Eashoa walked the earth, He said, "I am the way, the truth and the life."
Eashoa's way for us was ' to be wise as the serpent and pure as the dove.'
Wisdom is required to survive in a world dominated by evil and Satanic possession. Eashoa cast out many demons from people, and He taught His Disciples to cast out demons as well. He taught His followers to avoid evil as long as possible. In the end, everyone comes to that final moment in their life when they are about to breathe their last breath, and then there may be even humiliation and pain associated with it; but the death of the flesh is inevitable. If you have come to this point and made it back, you may consider yourself lucky; because everything after that becomes much easier to deal with, and truth itself takes on a different meaning.
While in the flesh, wisdom sometimes requires the denial of truth, but this only when it is absolutely necessary, when in danger, for self preservation; but not for personal gain or evil intent. There is such a thing as a white lie. If someone asks for the address of some people so he can kill them, it is alright to say, "I don't know." It may be a lie, but it is permissible to lie at such times. It is really not lying at all -- to prevent a murder being committed.
The truth that Eashoa spoke about regarding Himself, that He was going to be falsely charged as a transgressor deserving of death, then humiliated and killed, and the undeserved death He was to suffer -- this truth was prophesied by the Scriptures thousands of years before. It was His fate as the Son of Man -- this is the fate of every human being. This is why most people live the life of lies: denying that they will someday be betrayed and die without being able to defend themselves. At the moment of death, everyone is betrayed; yet, Eashoa promised Resurrection. (This is what 'Life' means when He concluded, "I am the Way, the Truth and the Life.") It is the 'resurrection' that Eashoa spoke about. He said, "I shall rise on the third day." With Eashoa there is always the resurrection, if one adheres to His teachings.
In order to be a true follower of Eashoa Msheekha, it is imperative to accept the truth that Eashoa represents, as explained by Him from the Scriptures that He read in the synagogues and temples of that day. It is His innocence in the face of false testimony -- as we see many people today dying because of their faith in Eashoa Msheekha -- and the misunderstanding of the spiritual truth about who Eashoa Msheekha is, and this seemingly outrageous claim that He is the Milta (Manifestation) of Maryah Allaha -- this truth must be guarded, secretly if necessary; that is, it must be lied about sometimes -- until the end, and then as such it is no longer an issue when death occurs. At the moment of death, the absolute truth is revealed to the person dying. One goes on to eternal life, another awaits the Day of Judgment, and lastly there is the one whose spiritual life comes to an end. For the followers of Eashoa Msheekha, it is about eternal life, it is not about heaven and hell.
At the moment when the everlasting life is at hand, the salvation of the soul and the human spirit is the reality of faith for those who follow the way and accept the truth of Eashoa Msheekha. One can live knowing the truth and following the path that Eashoa laid out for His Disciples and Apostles and then there is no need to live a life of lies every day. It might not be an entirely happy life, because of danger and the misery of living in a corrupt world; but even then it is a more fulfilling life than the life of following Satan. In our world, it is much easier to see all this because of the Internet and the limitless connectivity possible in this electronic age, so living a life of lies is oftentimes the only option for survival in this increasingly evil world. Because there is no other recourse for the people who are being killed for their faith in Eashoa Msheekha, lies are permissible; yet following the words of Maran Eashoa Msheekha is all that matters. Otherwise nothing will ever make sense.
October 18, 2015
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