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The Jesus You Must Know

The Jesus You Must Know

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Published by Dr. J. Luxum
Do you really know Jesus the logical way. It's not hard to find out. Use your own logic; help's provided.
Do you really know Jesus the logical way. It's not hard to find out. Use your own logic; help's provided.

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Published by: Dr. J. Luxum on Apr 29, 2011
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 The Jesus you must know by Joseph Luxum
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May I introduce you to the most wonderful person that ever walked this planet?In Greek He was called Jesus Christos. In Hebrew He was known as Yeshua ShelNatzeret (Jesus of Nazareth), and Ben Adam (Son of Man). In history He is called the Mes-siah, in Hebrew ‘Mashiah’. In English He is called Jesus Christ.Whatever name your prefer, no matter how you go about it you will come a full circlearound to the root meaning of His name Yeshua, which means salvation. The natural man seeks excuses in order to doubt His very existence, trying to discreditany of the miracles Jesus performed as if He did it all on His own and from Himself. A flesh-and-blood being remains impotent when it comes to the works of power, not even beingable to imagine anything beyond just the transitional matter. Yet, that matter speaks, hears,sees and reasons. Nonetheless, this life-empowered matter is able to reject and discredit,accept and consider, study, uphold and put down. A powerful matter indeed!Intelligence is prized, but intelligence alone takes turns that sometimes may lead into ablind alley. It is the misdirection of faculties with which we comprehend that sets us off towander in empty space, which at that point becomes prized above any logical intelligentsubstance.Christianity in particular left a legacy of blind indoctrination, which happens to be an ac-cepted belief in something without substance. We might conclude that the founding churchfathers felt such need since the majority of the populace was uneducated and deeply su-perstitious. Dispelling these superstitions was not an easy task. However, what their effortscreated was a clumsily stitched canvas of doctrines and sacraments the modern day mancan hardly understand.Since time immemorial humanity has been drawn to the Creator and to know the hid-den truth behind creation itself. I am after this understanding and not indoctrination of thepast.For a moment, let’s depart from any set religious standards of whatever culture. It is notonly Christianity that lacks intelligence; we find it also in Judaism, Islam and Eastern Relig-ions. In this precarious world all rituals are done in hope of obtaining a blessing, to merit lifeeternal, nirvana or a state of awareness. Other reasons are to avoid hell, or as is the case inJudaism, to attain resurrection and to inherit the world to come when the Messiah comes. The early Judaism was rooted in the practice of atonement and redemption. All rituals andsacrifices were to do with well-being and prosperity. Appeasing the vengeful God by obey-ing His word, the Torah, was essential.Religion per se prescribes something one must keep and in turn those obligations de-fine a person as being Jewish, Christian, Muslim or Buddhist. However, when we come tothe country of India we learn that they ‘enjoy’ at least 600 different forms of religions withtheir elaborate rituals.Prayers are often recited according to some order so that the faithful can say words like‘amen’ at the appropriate time together with the rest of congregants. Anyone partaking of this daily ritual finds satisfaction of an accomplishment and finds peace of mind having theassurance that one has satisfied one’s religious obligations and requirements; perhapseven pleased God. All of that is good and pleasant. Prayer is important for it keeps one on the course of morality, but with few exceptions. In religion one may find something immoral, which to an-other may be holy, but usually by twisting some of their Holy Book teachings, for examplethose of the Koran. A Jihadist is about to follow to the dot the ideology of his or her organi-zation. He or she is about to kill or be killed in the process so that others… Well, there is no
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 thought of others; never is. Such don’t reason for themselves or seek the good of othersalthough they claim to do it in the name of good. After being well indoctrinated they do it inthe name of their religion. This indoctrination can be seen as brainwashing, but actually it isthe spirit of religiousness itself that makes people commit inhuman deeds. Fleshly pleas-ures are on this side where the bodily senses cease to exist yet through the physically aliveperson the indoctrinator can filter these nonsensical notions as for example: cohabitationwith 70 virgins. How can anyone in heaven or Paradise have sexual cohabitation since bythen the blown into smithereens body is nonexistent and the life energy itself remains purelya spiritual essence? Can spiritual essence have sexual intercourse? But that’s what ruledthe ancient minds and it survived to this very day being well packaged in religion.Enough said about the blind indoctrination of religion(s), let us focus on something thatdoes not indoctrinate, but intelligently presents you with logic and deduction. It is not aquestion of acceptance or rejection, but rather reasoning and being involved, just as onewould savor a well-prepared meal.We know that we are composed of at least four areas of cognizance and reason, whichis our mind; having an emotion, which is our soul; having a physical feeling, which is ourbody, and also having premonitions or an extra-dimensional sense, which is our spirit. Weare also composed of at least nine components, which are:From the Hebrew word ‘Ratzon’, which means: crown, king, and also mind, we derivethe idea of being rational.Within our mind we find three components, in the Hebrew language called, ‘Hohmah’,‘Beenah’ and ‘Da’at’ - Wisdom, understanding and knowledge. These three should be ar-ranged in the following fashion: understanding acts as a sponge, which absorbs knowl-edge. The absorbed knowledge, if being of intelligent quality, can produce wisdom, whichis not just understanding or knowledge but rather their byproduct, fruit or an outcome.Such a person is then called wise if he or she practices the understood knowledge. So thatmakes it four. The fifth part of our being is ‘Nephesh’, soul. Within our soul we find tendencies, emo-tional attachments and even strongholds like addictions, which, when not dealt with willenslave the entire human being to its capricious demands. We are therefore souls due tothese two powerful components within our human structure. One component is animal likewhile the other divine, ‘Nephesh Bahamit’ (animal like soul) and ‘Nephesh Elokit’ (God likesoul). Those two components function in perfect balance when ‘Ratzon’, which is alsocalled the ruler, keeps them balanced. You have probably heard of the scripture Apostle Paul spoke in Ephesians 4:23,
 be re- newed in the power (or spirit) of Ratzon (mind).
The Greek people most likely did not un-derstand it on account of their language, which uses PSYCHE denoting mind and soul asone. Again, due to this deficiency they needed much more time and effort to understandwhat Paul was really saying. But in order to understand something takes self-discipline,which is the first (ninth from bottom up) of the nine fruits of the Holy Spirit. It is the basicstep on the way to spiritual growth. When one only caters to the soul and does not disci-pline the mind the results can be catastrophic. If we only do what we feel, our souls will be-come dictatorial and despotic. A cow, for example, cannot choose to eat meat while hersoul longs for green grass and that’s all she eats. A lion kills for meat and does not feel likegrazing grass. That feeling comes from the cow’s soul and lion’s soul and each do exactlywhat their souls want. Can we say that a cow is enslaved to the desire to eat grass or a lionto eat flesh? No. That would not be correct since they are animals without ‘Ratzon’ andsince they do not reason or rationalize they use their brainpower instinctively. Unlike the

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Do you really know Him, what He said and what really He was introducing us to? Study yourself first and then study Jesus. You will be surprised. http://www.luxumlight.com/people/merr...
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Physical people struggle with spiritual things and spiritual people struggle with physical things; as a result they turn religious, which means interpreting spiritual things with the physically-oriented mind. If God made the first Adam out of the dust, and with it new genetics, so He used Mary's genetics to create the second Adam. Logical? Faith based on logic is better than any blind faith.

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