Gnostic Doctrine

Thursday, 1 November 2018

Christ Brought Bread the Gospel of Philip

Christ Brought Bread the Gospel of Philip



Christ Brought Bread
Before Christ came there was no bread in the world, just as paradise, where Adam lived, had many trees for animal food but no wheat for human food, and people ate like animals. But when Christ, the perfect human, came, he brought bread from heaven, that humans might be fed with human food.
The Rulers and the Holy Spirit
The rulers thought they did all they did by their own power and will, but the holy spirit was secretly accomplishing all through them by the spirit’s will.
Sowing and Reaping Truth
Truth, which has existed from the beginning, is sown everywhere, and many see it being sown but few see it being reaped.

Before Christ came, there was no bread in the world [there was no one who could show the “hidden” meanings within the Word (the spirit of the Word) for mankind had not yet been ready to receive it], just as Paradise [the garden of Eden], the place where Adam was [before the fall], had many trees to nourish the animals but no wheat [no perfected sons of the Kingdom] to sustain man [with the mysteries of his true purpose on earth]. Man used to feed like the animals [eat from the reasoning’s of his own mind], but when Christ came, the perfect man [The first begotten Son having overcome the world], he brought [true spiritual] bread from heaven in order that man might be nourished with the food of man [By showing us “the Way, the Truth and the Life” in Him, the hidden meaning of the “spirit of the Word” and the knowledge that we all have the “power to become sons”].

The rulers thought that it was by their own power and will that they were doing what they did [these thought that by killing Him they would be the heirs to the Kingdom for they did not comprehend what they were doing], but the Holy Spirit in secret was accomplishing everything through them as it wished [The Father is not only sovereign over all things but IN all things so all of this occurred for His own sake through His holy spirit which moves us according to our own hearts and that is exactly what it did to them in order that the True nature of Messiah’s death would become manifest only to those who would comprehend it]. Truth, which existed since the beginning [before the big bang (before “form” (physical) things existed, truth only existed in the thoughts (of the Father)], is sown everywhere [it is in every thought (the spiritual) and every atom (the physical) for all are inherently governed by the perfect and unchangeable law that guides them and moves them – we are comprised of both of these and are subject to the same laws within for we are all created by our Father and are all “of Him and for Him”]. And many see it being sown [many being those who are “called”], but few are they who see it being reaped [only the “chosen” who apprehend it and choose to obey and do the will of the Father by “walking” “in the way”] (Philip 11).

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