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MAN IS A SPIRIT THAT LIVES IN A BODY AND COMMUNICATES AND PERCEIVES THE

EXTERIOR WORLD THROUGH HIS SOUL.

The spiritual world is Christ revealing himself.

A kingdom exists with the purpose of ruling through a structure of power, of


thought, of behavior, of laws, of economy, etc., and it submits under its regime all
of its subjects.

The design of God is a spiritual Nation that governs over all of the kingdoms of the
earth.

The kingdom of heaven is established around the great throne of God. In this
kingdom all truth is perfect, absolute, and immovable.

When righteousness is established upon our lives, all of the benefits of the kingdom
of God come upon us.

What Jesus is saying is that when the throne of God is truly founded and established
in the heart of man, everything that pertains to the kingdom of heaven is attracted
towards that throne.

Light is a series of truths that manifest everything that Jesus is, in the same way in
which light is diffracted into seven colors, but, all together, these colors produce
white light.

Everything that is revealed to us is a product of light.

When we get married on earth, we become one flesh. When we get married to
Jesus, we become one spirit.

That is why we dont see a wedding ceremony in Revelation Chapter 19th, but a
supper. This is the communion table in which we partake of His flesh and His blood.
As we partake of these elements the fusion takes place between His Spirit and ours.

To know Me means to penetrate, to understand, and to make yourself one with


everything that I am.

Jesus came to this world with three main objectives: To save the world from sin, To
destroy the works of the devil, To bring the kingdom of God among us.

In Jesus, the two realms are united, in Him the heavens are a visible, palpable
reality, as well as the earth. In Jesus, there is no limitation in passing from one side
to the other, in moving in one dimension or in the other. He said, Whatever I see
the Father do, I do. Everything I hear the Father say, I say. And this is our great
inheritance, being able to enjoy both realms, being able to penetrate them,
experience them, live in them, and cause the truths of that invisible kingdom to
pass from one dimension to the other.
Jesus came to the world in order to manifest the kingdom of God.

What man lost in the Garden of Eden, was having within himself the same image of
God. God made man after His image and His likeness, and this does not refer to our
external form or to the inward qualities of our soul. The image of God in Adam was
what permitted him to see God openly. God and man were one, because they were
from the same image.

The clothing of the glory of God covered him and, because of that, he did not feel
naked. The two dimensions were visible at the same time. This is what it means to
be in the image of God.

What we need to be set free from, is ourselves, set free from our logical, limited
ways of seeing and doing things.

Unbelievers are those who live a mental Gospel, but who have not understood what
it truly means to enter and to possess the kingdom of God.

Jesus came to restore that which was lost. And what was lost mainly was the image
of God in man. God created us in His image and in His likeness. This does not mean
our physical image or our mental and psychic qualities. It is much deeper than that.

As I mentioned before, the image of God was what gave Adam and his wife the
ability to look at Him with open face in the freshness of the afternoon in paradise. It
was what gave them intimate and real communion with Him. It was what made
them a bi-dimensional being (one that is in two dimensions at the same time).

Jesus, made flesh, is the image of God in this earthly plane, and Jesus
simultaneously moved in the spiritual world and in the natural world.

It is in conforming ourselves again to His image, that which will allow us to move in
all of the power of the kingdom of God. It is having His image again that which
opens the celestial doors in order to receive the most remarkable revelations of His
glory.

Jesus didnt come to give us moral teachings, or to emphasize the law. Jesus came
to bring us the kingdom of God, not for when we die and go to heaven, but now and
here. He came to bear witness of that kingdom. He came to manifest, with His own
life, all that the Father is.

He wanted to tell us, If you move in My kingdom, this is a spiritual dimension that
even dominates all matter. My kingdom is more powerful than all created things. It
dominates everything.

The multiplying, creative power of the kingdom took control over every particle of
matter.
In the kingdom, everything can be multiplied. Everything can be created or
restored. Then He said, Pass them out. And at His order, the bread and the fish
multiplied by thousands.

In other words, as I came to be a witness of My Father, to show you His power and
His greatness, so you too have to testify about the kingdom, to be living messages,
where the kingdom is so entrenched within you, that everything you do
and say manifests it.

God wants us to stop thinking as earthly beings, limited to this existential plane. He
wants us to think like celestial beings, as people of the kingdom, as a chosen
generation, royal priesthood, holy nation, a people acquired by God to announce His
virtues, and everything that is part of the multifaceted gamut of Gods power. To
enter the dimensions of the spirit is to know Him personally. This is the fundamental
essence of the prophetic arena.

We said before that we are spirits, that we live in a body, and that we communicate,
feel, think, and operate in the natural world through the soul. We also said that
every spirit has the total capacity of seeing, hearing, and experiencing the spiritual
world. And we added that every spirit that has been joined with God has the total
ability to see Him, hear Him and to move in Him.

Everything that Jesus conquered for us is not automatic. We have to enter into
possession of each truth. For example, Jesus died for all sinners. This does not mean
that everybody is already saved. Each person has to embrace the sacrifice of the
cross and enter into the plan of salvation. This same thing happens when Jesus
destroyed the empire of the devil through His death.

Outside of salvation, which is by grace, everything else has a price tag that must
be paid. And of course, truly having spiritual authority has one of the highest price
tags. False?

Jesus answered and said unto him, Art thou a master of Israel, and knowest not
these things? Verily, verily, I say unto thee, We speak that we do know, and testify
that we have seen; and ye receive not our witness. John 3:6-11

Here Jesus wants us to understand what is the true design of a son of God born of
His Spirit: it is a person who can see the invisible dimensions of the kingdom.

In Galatians 4:1-7, Paul draws an analogy to this respect, using a context that was
common to Jewish traditions. In Hebraic thought, a father has his offspring. They are
his potential heirs, but they are not considered heirs until they reach the age of
30 and enter into what is called the adoption as sons. At that moment, that father
would choose from among his sons, as he thought best, not all of them, and would
call them heirs.
Now I say, That the heir, as long as he is a child, differeth nothing from a servant,
though he be lord of all; But is under tutors and governors until the time appointed
of the father. Even so we, when we were children, were in bondage under the
elements of the world: But when the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth
his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, To redeem them that were under
the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons. And because ye are sons, God
hath sent forth the Spirit of his Son into your hearts, crying, Abba, Father. Wherefore
thou art no more a servant, but a son; and if a son, then an heir of God through
Christ. Galatians 4:1-7

It is under this principle that Jesus has to wait to be 30 years old in order to enter in
to possess His ministry. And when he entered the water, the Father from heaven
said, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased. Thus the
acknowledgment that Jesus was the inheriting Son of the Father was fulfilled
publicly. This same analogy applies also to the Christian who is a child. He is a
potential heir, but until he dies to the rudiments of the world, that is, to the
principles by which this world conducts itself, he cannot enter in to possession of
that which is rightly his. This is the person who receives the seed of the kingdom,
has been impregnated by God, and is in the process of being broken and of dying to
this world in order to be born again. If he is able to overcome and die to the flesh,
he will enter the second level of the kingdom.

The image of God is Christ seen in man. It is the ability to live in two dimensions at
the same time, with all of the supernatural characteristics of Christ.

If thy whole body therefore be full of light, having no part dark, the whole shall be
full of light, as when the bright shining of a candle doth give thee light. Luke 11:36

Here Jesus is not referring to external things that you see with your eyes, but to that
which is inside of us that makes us perceive things in one way or another. In the
spiritual world, there exists a light that is darkness. It is the light that proceeds from
death, and distorts all things. It is this dark shining that blinds the understanding so
that we do not see as God sees.

A land of darkness, as darkness itself; and of the shadow of death, without any
order, and where the light is as darkness. Job 10:21-22

This is the light that illumines the fleshly soul. The flesh is death and it is darkness.
It is this deep darkness that is accumulating on the inside of the soul, dulling the
understanding so that the light of the glory of Christ cannot shine. It blinds the eyes
of the spirit and we cannot see God.

To worship is to become one with Him.

Jesus received many offerings, because the PURPOSE OF THE OFFERING IS TO


HONOR GOD, NOT TO SUSTAIN THE KINGDOM. The kingdom of God and its work
sustain themselves with the supernatural power of God. The power produces and
attracts riches.