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Father and Son of God

PostThu Jun 22, 2017 6:13 am

Death means the state in which God is forgotten

Life means the state in which God is always remembered

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[John 5:19-24 19 Jesus gave them this answer: “Very truly I tell you, the Son can do nothing by himself; he can do only what he sees his Father doing, because whatever the Father does the Son also does. 20 For the Father loves the Son and shows him all he does. Yes, and he will show him even greater works than these, so that you will be amazed. 21 For just as the Father raises the dead and gives them life, even so the Son gives lifeto whom he is pleased to give it. 22 Moreover, the Father judges no one, but has entrusted all judgment to the Son, 23 that all may honor the Son just as they honor the Father. Whoever does not honor the Son does not honor the Father, who sent him.

24 “Very truly I tell you, whoever hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life and will not be judged but has crossed over from death to life.]

EXPLANATION

The energetic incarnation in which unimaginable God merged is meant by the word ‘Father’. Son means the human being component selected by Father in which the Father gets merged and such son is called as human incarnation or Son of God. Since the unimaginable God exists in both Father and Son, both are one and the same because anything done by Father and Son must be the same due to the same common unimaginable God. Hence, there is no difference between Father and Son since both are the incarnations of unimaginable God only. Both are like the two hands doing the same work and two legs walking in the same direction. Jesus is the human incarnation like cotton shirt and the divine Father of heaven is the energetic incarnation like silk shirt of the same person called unimaginable God. Jesus says that the Son of God (Himself) will judge the souls and not the Father.

The meaning of this statement is that though Father and Son are one and the same, you have to call the mediated unimaginable God by the name of the Son of God only since the Son of God (human incarnation) is relevant to this humanity and not the Father (energetic incarnation), who is relevant to the energetic souls present in the upper world only. When a person staying in the state of Tamilnadu says ‘our chief minister’, he is only referring the chief minister of the state of Tamilanadu only and not the chief minister of Orissa though both are the same chief ministers only. When you are staying in a state, the chief minister of that state is only relevant to you to approach for any grievance and not the chief minister of other state. This statement reveals only the stress of relevance of human incarnation for the humanity. The human being believing the human incarnation is always blessed by the absolute God, who exists in that very human incarnation only and such devotee crosses over from death to life. Here death means the state in which God is forgotten (Ref.: Sanat Sujitiyam of Mahabharata) and life means the state in which God is always remembered. It is crossing over the worldly bonds to reach bond with God. The believer in the human incarnation participates in the propagation of the knowledge of human incarnation and such a divine servant will not be judged in the upper world since his/her file will be kept inactive in cold storage. Other ordinary souls are judged and dispatched to the concerned upper worlds like heaven and hell as per the judicial inquiry of the file of the soul.


When the human incarnation preaches the spiritual knowledge, it is the direct knowledge from the unimaginable God pervading It. The food or bread that is eaten gets digested and gives energy to the human being. Similarly, the knowledge heard from God gets digested, which gives energy to the spiritual effort. Hence, food or bread means the spiritual knowledge. If you receive wrong spiritual knowledge from false human incarnations, it spoils you leading you to wrong direction. If you believe in the unimaginable God, you must believe the human incarnation because the unimaginable God exists in It. Then, you will receive right knowledge and travel in right direction. It is not the human being component of the human incarnation that gives the spiritual knowledge (bread), but the absolute God is directly giving it through the medium of a selected human being component.

Jesus says that He Himself is the bread or spiritual knowledge. This statement means that the human incarnation like Jesus is the possessor of the spiritual knowledge and the spiritual knowledge is the possessed item. You can call the possessor by the name of possessed item. The bearer of apples is invited by calling “O Apples! Come here”. Jesus is also telling that the hungry person should come to eat the bread or knowledge. If hunger is absent, however best may be the food, it gets rejected. The Gita says that only a person with interest gains knowledge (Shraaddhaavaan...). Jesus is also telling that whoever is thirsty should come to Him and receive the drink, which means the love to God. After that, rivers of the drink, which mean the streams of devotion will flow in the devotee. God gives both miraculous knowledge and also unassuming devotion to His devotees through His miraculous love. Miracle should not be confined to a miraculous deed only, which is meant just for the lowest category of atheists.

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