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The density of flesh hinders perception and understanding of spiritual, supernatural things.  The living Soul is housed in an atomic body of human flesh.  The Soul's perception of itself when viewed through the lens of flesh is, at best, flawed.  In some, Soul-perception is nearly null.  There are living Souls on planet Earth to-day who deny the existence of themselves in saying the living Soul does not exist.

Jesus of Nazareth is the living, incarnate Christ of God and He walked through this world in the flesh of ordinary men.  Jesus of Nazareth was (and is) the most extraordinary person ever to exist in human history.  Jesus of Nazareth got first-hand experience of how people on planet Earth respond to the unequivocal supernatural facts of life.  When God walked among men 2000 years ago, He was met with a mixture of hate, love, envy, fear, awe, anger, confusion, etc.  His Name and His Spirit are met with the same mix of emotions today.    

When it comes to the spiritual facts of existence we see through a glass, darkly.  The coping mechanisms of religion, including atheism, witchery, shamanism, soothsaying, psychic readers, etc., attempt to cope with the supernatural facts of life.  Jesus of Nazareth said these few words for the benefit of anyone on Earth who might pay attention:  "Without me, you can do nothing."  It is a simple statement.  Catching even one whiff of its supernatural implication is powerful enough to alter the vision of a living Soul.

The way of life and the way of death are evident.  People live.  People die.  Whatever people do in-between is the experience of the supernatural experience called "living."  The experience of living on Earth is greatly enhanced within the living Soul who somehow rises above the spiritual confusion of this decaying old world to catch a glimpse of how things are.

In one place Jesus says, "You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free."  In another place, Jesus says, "I am the truth.  I am the way.  I am the life.  No man [male or female] comes to the Father except through me."  The declarations and commands of the Christ-man are unequivocal.

This page was created on January 30th 2002.