The Universes of God II: The Chronicles of Jesus Christ
“Why would we do that? The reason is some lessons unfor
tunately can never be taught, they must be experienced; the purpose of the flesh is see what life is without the totality of The One
even from the beginning, the warzone has always been in the mind.
“So, if anything we say can be sin
then wasn’t I tor
tured needlessly for reclaiming the keys of death, which we gave to Lucifer in the first place? Why would we elevate the stupid illogical as clarion wisdom? Is this the way of The
One, damned if you do, damned if you don’t?
“Since the beginning, the
circle of life was considered a cursed creation. You pondered how a loving
God could create such a monstrous construction; didn’t we feel empathy for the prey as it sang its death
song in excruciating agony. The only reason for the flesh construction was to cleanse our family, for uncountable trillions of animals suffered and died for your edification, your salvation, and our continuing brotherhood.
“We’ll reveal today why we chose this foolishness, for nothing said before this day could create
ithout my sacrifice being unveiled…”
Billions leaned; the cross was the high blasphemy that billions contemplated with tears.
“Before the creation of the first soul, we knew the dark ramifications of freewill; but, we were willing
to endure this inevitable for we desired love generated independently of our wants, desires, and wishes.
“You cannot make someone love you is the indisputable immutable, for with all the mighty powers we command, there exists no detour around this simplest of truths...”
Jesus paused as he attempted to simplify the exceedingly complex. He smiled and changed gears,
“Let me give you a good story instead… “A master had a thousand dogs living in his mansion. One day he brought a couch into his home but
said nothing to the dogs. One dog called The Light, was the first to discover the use of couch, and The Light told the others about how pleasurable the couch was. Finding his dogs laying on his couch, the master told them it was forbidden to them.
“The Light reasoned if the master reall
y loved them, he would either let them on the couch or
remove it, for the temptation was too great. Most of the dogs agreed and laid on the master’s couch calling
him evil. And when the master tried to shoo the dogs off the couch, they attacked him because the couch was extremely pleasurable.
“But the master was loving, so he forgave them and gave his only commandment –
no dog could bite him in his own house, ever. But the dogs refused to obey, accusing the master of using the couch to divide the pack into less loved and more loved, based on obedience rather than unconditional love. They shouted they were nothing but pets; they were never his brothers for no pet is truly free to do whatsoever it desires.
“And the dogs continued to bite the master with ever
-increasing hatred, with greater ferocity, organizing foolishly to overthrow his holy determination. And six hundred sixty-six dogs led by The Light, declared war over the couch, and bared their teeth continually, viciously biting the very hands that sustained them.
“Now, can anyone tell me what was the loving master to do?”
Michael scanned Three-of-Seven trying to glean an answer.
If anyone should know - the seven should.
The Seraphim touched Michael lightly as tears moistened his facial feathers, “I know
nothing except I
love him, but I only love him because he first loved me. I am most wretched and flawed…”
Michael started to answer, but Yahshua continued passionately, “If he really loved the dogs, knowing they were created stupid, wouldn’t he remove the
couch and end the war?
“No. The master destroyed the whole mansion and caged his dogs into the flesh to reiterate the
obvious. He rebuilt his mansion, but its new construction was of danger, sickness, death, and governed by