During this holy season, we should all pause and take time to thank God for His many blessings. We especially thank Him for the Five "Fs": our faith, our families, our friends, our flag, and our freedom.
Before all of these blessings, however, we must first give thanks for our very lives. Christmas is the season of life, and we should all look in wonder at the eternal truth that our lives are a divine gift - and especially the life of Jesus of Nazareth. To Christians, He is not merely a man, not just the greatest man in history, but the Son of the eternal God, the Savior of the world. In His own words, He is "the Way, the Truth, and the Life."
[Ron: The Pharisees not only crucified Esu Immanuel (aka Jesus the Christ) but also they sought to eradicate his teachings. They did that by getting Roman Emperors to establish the Christian religion. Jesus didn't incarnate to establish a religion and didn't. He came to teach divine truths lost over millenia and corrupted by Pharisees and others. A fundamental distortion inserted into the Christian religion and the Bible was the idea that Jesus was the ONLY Son of God and that he came to save human beings from their sins and thus effect their salvation. He didn't. Jesus taught that EVERY ensouled human being was a son or daughter of God because each is indwelt by a fragment of the Creator's consciousness. As such ALL ensouled humans are equal and all are ONE, as part of the Creator.
This also means that no one can "save" anyone else. Each ensouled human must learn to save self (ie learn to understand and accept life the universe and everything). That is the reason for our physical incarnations and why we must reincarnate innumerable times in order to learn 'the way the truth and the life' espoused by Jesus who was a dual incarnation of Christ Michael Aton (the God of this universe) and Esu Immanuel Kumara. That means their spirits overshadowed the physical body of Jesus since their spirits were too powerful to actually inhabit his body without destroying it.
The purpose of incarnation is so that we can grow our minds, ie grow in discernment, knowledge and wisdom in order to progress to ever higher levels of consciousness in higher realms of the universe until we reach Havona and meet with the Creator. Thereafter human spirits return to the Cosmos to assist in its management.
The core propaganda encapsulated in the Cristian religious doctrine about "Original Sin" is unmitigated crap! Be aware that Jesus did not teach the LIE that humans here are all tainted by "Original Sin." That is another lie inserted into the Christian religion by the Pharisees to disempower adherents. Jesus taught the "Good News" that we are all sons and daughters of the Creator because we are indwelt by a fragment of the Creator's consciousness; AND that, accordingly, we are spirit beings having a physical experience and our spirit is intended to exist forever and to eventually be united with the Creator. Our glorious origins and destiny do not necessarily require us to suffer in this life. The degree of suffering experienced depends on our individual decisions, attitudes and actions. There is no necessity for us to be poor or experience hardships. That occurs as a result of our decisions, attitudes and actions, including acceptance of false doctrines such as "Original Sin", and denial of our spiritual essence and 'sonship' with the Creator.
Denial of their true essence keeps believers in constant subjection to the false dogma, direction and control of the controllers of Christian religions. This is what religions DO, they are socio-political control mechanisms. The Roman Emperors used the Christian religion for socio-political control purposes and that mechanism has been similarly used by the Vatican and Christian Church authorities ever since.].
The Sacredness of Pregnancy
Just as He dwelt among us, let us dwell for a moment on this truth. The essential precursor to life is pregnancy. Some of us need to be reminded of the obvious. To misquote the great Sherlock Holmes, "there is nothing more elusive [deceptive] than an obvious fact."
Yes, pregnancy is a sacred gift. We should ponder the mystery that Christmas is the celebration of the completion of the "the divine pregnancy" and the opening of the most sacred life in human history.
What Pregnancy Is Not
No, Planned Parenthood and its followers, a pregnancy is not a disease (Robert Marshall and Charles Donovan, Blessed Are the Barren, p. 71). Nor is pregnancy a "parasite" or an "invader," as some have argued. No, it's simply a baby growing toward the time of his birth, as we all once were.
No, my "pro-choice" friends, a pregnancy is not unwanted, even though it may be unexpected. "Unwantedness" is not a characteristic of the child. It is an attitude in the mind or a fear in the heart of the mother or the father. Thousands of couples are yearning to adopt that wanted child. Countless children who were adopted were chosen by parents who wanted that "unwanted" baby. Sadly, many "born" children are not particularly wanted.
No, a pregnancy is not unplanned. Every human life is planned by the Divine Planner. To all of you fearful expectant moms who feel you have no choice, remember the Scripture spoken by the angel to Mary: "Fear not, Mary: for thou hast found favour with God." Please know that, like Mary, you have the gift of a new human life within you, a life conceived by the grace of God. You also have thousands of people at over 2,200 crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) across the U.S. ready and willing to serve you in love and provide for your prenatal, maternal, medical, physical, emotional, and spiritual needs - most often at no charge.
Those of us who serve in these CPCs also want to encourage the father of your child to stand with you to protect that tiny miracle that the two of you have created together. There are ministries for every man who finds himself in an unanticipated pregnancy. One such program is called Project Joseph. Some of us men in pro-life ministries have been where you are and know that you need help, too. We want to let you know that you are not "going to be a father." You already are a father, whether the child lives or not. You need to know that your choice now is to decide whether you are willing to be a daddy, a provider, a protector, a teacher, and a husband to the woman you have made a mother. In short, you need to become the man your Creator intended you to be. You have the perfect role model. His name is Joseph.
Mary, Joseph, and the Miracles Among Us
So let us take a moment as we celebrate this holy season to contemplate the miracle of the pregnancy that came to Mary and Joseph, who accepted the news from above obediently and unhesitatingly. Mary's pregnancy began the human life of the Son of God in one young woman's chaste womb. She carried the Son of Man who was also the Son of God, the Eternal Word, the Prince of Peace.
Mary's strong and silent spouse, the carpenter Joseph, also heard the words of the Angel: "fear not to take unto thee Mary thy wife: for that which is conceived in her is of the Holy Ghost. And she shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt call his name JESUS." Joseph willingly accepted the sacred gift of fatherhood and became the "man closest to Christ."
While we ponder these mysteries, let us recognize that we ourselves are all miracles, made in His image and likeness.
God bless us all, born and pre-born.
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