Atomic Jesus Supernaturalist

The Infinite Sea
Jesus of Nazareth is The Christ of God.  In the flesh-format called Jesus of Nazareth, the eternal Christ and only begotten Son of God opened a new phase in the meticulous work of The Great Reconciliation--reconciling the Soul of mankind with the Life of God.

According to The Old Testament Law of Moses, reconciliation between a man and God required a blood-sacrifice.  The Law of Moses commands the sacrificial lamb to be unblemished; the very best of the flock..  In this New Testament Age of Grace, we know that Jesus of Nazareth Himself fulfilled The Perfect Blood Requirement.  The poetic way of referring to the Death that Jesus of Nazareth endured is to say that Jesus of Nazareth "is the lamb, slain from the foundation of the world."  The practical (albeit supernatural) effect of Christ's Self-Sacrifice is expressed now in this famous saying:  "Glory to God in the highest and on Earth.  Peace!  Goodwill toward men." 

Appropriation of these benefits on Earth today is accomplished "not by might, not by power, but by my Spirit says the LORD of hosts."  People who do not yet "hear" or "see" how the supernatural fact of Christ's Reconciliation can be accomplished in their own lives are deaf and blind in ways that go past human understanding.  Medical science offers no hope for the living Soul whose ears are deaf and eyes blinded to the life of hope and truth displayed in this old world by God's now-extant Christ-Spirit.

The story of God's Christ on Earth is a tale of supernatural things:  detailed prophecies and unusual events, to say the least.  The long history of God's Christ on Earth has been unveiled over time.  The measure of this time is now approaching 6000 (six-thousand) earth-years.  It is said that Moses "esteemed the reproach of Christ" above all the riches of Pharaoh's kingdom.   The story of Christ's doings on planet Earth is contained in a Book of books called The Holy Bible.  Reading the Bible is like standing on a high cliff and looking out over the surface of a stormy sea.  The vast, turbulent face of the sea is at once fascinating and terrifying.  But even so, whatever is happening beneath its mysterious surface causes the sensitive Soul to tremble with even more wonder and hope.

People to-day who "read the bible" and complain of no certain enlightenment could be "reading the bible" with blind eyes, deaf ears, and hard hearts.  Jesus Himself addressed these maladies frequently.  An old-time spiritual axiom says, "There are none so blind as those who will not see."  A person who "reads the bible" and reigns in their power of imagination by continually reminding themselves as they read that "none of this can possibly be true" is exactly the same as those who actually saw the astonishing works of Jesus take place and still refused to believe what they had seen.

The whole idea of "reading the bible" is to read and to allow oneself the opportunity of hearing Father-God's "still, small voice in Spirit and in truth."  The words on the paper of a Bible's pages are nothing but ink to the hard heart and darkened mind of a living Soul who simply refuses to be moved by the supernatural light reflecting from the surface of God's Infinite Sea. 
This page was created on December 12th 2001