A Series of Reflections on Holy Scriptures

I enjoy Singing Sacred Scriptures and I also enjoy reflecting on them…I started to ask myself the question what are the messages and how can I best apply the word of God to my life?…Jesus spoke in parables which was a mystical way of teaching so that those meant to understand would understand and those not meant to understand would remain ignorant of his message…This is very profound because when we are in blindness or darkness we can become the blind leading the blind…In the time of Jesus the Pharisees and Scribes were blind to his teachings…Jesus was human and divine and is a sublime supreme being for all eternity as the son of God and son of man…Jesus came to earth to understand us and for the separations…Jesus understood mankind very well prior to coming to earth as his coming was foretold throughout the centuries…His purpose was to encourage mankind to study Jesus and his life so as to live life more fully…Jesus came so that we would learn how to live life more fully…As I review the first chapter of Matthew which I will share at the end of this reflection…The disciples were already chosen before time to follow Christ…Jesus did say though that many are called and few are chosen…In Matthew chapter one lineage is described because lineage is important…It is important to Jesus to teach the world that no matter how scarlet your sins may be Jesus came to save many not all but many…Jesus could not save all because sadly many choose not to be saved by choices badly made…In Matthew chapter one the lineage of Jesus Christ is described through three descriptions of 14 generations each…Jesus comes after the third account of 14 generations…Angels are mentioned as ministering to Joseph to protect Jesus by taking flight into Egypt…Matthew chapter one teaches us about blind faith and trusting God via the esoteric angelic realm which is very beautiful and one of the ways the Holy Spirit that Jesus promised works with us and through us…You can enjoy Matthew Chapter One in Song on this blog post via YouTube…The lineage of Jesus Christ described in St. Matthew combines the old testament with the new testament and as such fulfills the promise…Jesus came to fulfill the promise mentioned in the old testament…Not to change the old testament but to fulfill it…This chapter captures the transmigration and as such covers many people throughout the centuries in a way that we can understand…Words have their limits and as Jesus says in the new testament there are not enough books to contain his wisdom…”Behold a greater than Solomon here.” (Jesus Christ) The generations are 14 generations mentioned three times or thrice which totals 42 generations which is very profound…This gives us a sense of the time and place on the timeline of history as to when Jesus was born…The new testament also incorporates the prophets who prophesied the coming of Jesus Christ…Jesus came to address the lost twelve tribes of Israel for many of them were lost by the time he came…By lost I mean mystically speaking they were spiritually lost to their own devices…This explains why it is that Jesus came to save many and this includes the gentiles others who were not part of the original chosen generations of the twelve tribes of Israel…Scriptures are very interesting to study and many a discussion has been had over the word of God…We must remember too that Jesus was peaceful but his word was as Jesus said like a sword…I believe Jesus said those things because only those who could understand the parables could be saved and after his death the Holy Spirit aids mortal man in the undertaking of understanding Holy Scriptures…The more I reflect on Matthew chapter one I realize that Jesus came for the separations to separate the wheat from the chaff via his holy words…Jesus marked the beginning of the fourth round of generations which would sum another 14 generations…When Jesus was crucified and died they that wanted Jesus Christ crucified said “let his blood be upon us and upon our children’s children” [The Holy Bible not sure if exact quote.] What unfolded after the coming of Jesus Christ was great fruit and faith among the Christians and all of Christendom and great malice from those that hate God…The malice comes from a curse that was chosen by the ancestry of the accursed…Jesus said “I put before you a blessing and a curse.” (Jesus Christ)…Sadly many chose a curse…Many will enter heaven but the many that make it to heaven will be multitudes of different people from all over the globe who throughout all Christendom embraced and lived to the best of their ability to the word of God…This includes many sinners who repented though their sins were as scarlet they repented and were saved… I hope you enjoy my thoughts and reflection and I hope you have a blessed and productive day…

…Namaste…

...Matthew Ch. 01. (Verses 01-25)