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Esoteric Person of Lord Jesus Christ

Monday, November 15, 2010

The practising Christians know Jesus Christ as the Son of God who embraced death for the salvation of His following. Unfortunately, the common folks from among the non-practising Christians do not recognise Jesus Christ more than merely a healer who came to the earth 2,000 years ago, and now He is dead, and He shall not return.

Messiah Foundation International is pleased to introduce the Esoteric Person of Lord Jesus Christ. His Sublime Eminence Ra Gohar Shahi reveals the origin of Jesus Christ is that of the Unseen World wherein He owns His very own kingdom, and that His Esoteric Person is no lesser than a God. The presence of the Holy Spirit in Him denotes His status as of being the Son of God. His main soul is not a human soul; rather He comes from the Unseen World from among the members of God’s Community. And He is one of the 35 million Gods who dwell in the Unseen World.

His Sublime Eminence Ra Gohar Shahi reveals that Jesus Christ being a member from God’s Community is able to transport any human being into His Kingdom in the Unseen World. The spiritual transfiguration takes place before the transportation of the soul. Jesus Christ places a reflection of His Esoteric Being inside the aspirant. Through this infusion of the souls, the aspirant looses his identity and takes a new form that neither resembles neither the Lord Jesus Christ nor himself. 

Secretive Kingdom of Lord Jesus Christ

Jesus Christ is Lord. Jesus Christ is God’s only begotten son. Jesus Christ is the only way to the Father (God). These sentences are commonly heard in the churches and spoken in Christian religious circles. We know for the fact that Lord Jesus Christ promises us a place that no ears have ever heard of, no mind has ever conceived of, and no eyes have ever seen.

The question is where is this secretive kingdom? Is it the paradise? Is it an exclusive realm or a world of Jesus’ own? We often hear Jesus is God’s Son, and we believe it religiously and intellectually. However, sometimes, my reasoning sense confuses me to accept that Jesus being Son of God can die! God is immortal, so must be His Son. Doesn’t it really sound weird to believe that Immortal God has a mortal Son? We know through biblical text that Jesus rose from dead. Jesus promised eternal life to its following. What the mind hesitates to accept is to believe the notion that giver of eternal life can embrace death! 

 

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