sábado, 8 de outubro de 2022

Children Of Sophia

"Adam came from great power and great wealth, but he was not worthy of you. For had he been worthy, [he would] not [have tasted] death."

I was wondering... could Jesus be revealing that Adam and Eve were not among the elect? Sometimes you hear people expressing a "theology" that sounds good and right to everyone, except to the disciples. It's not unusual, for instance, to hear preachings in which the Parable of the Sower is read or mentioned and you are told to pray for those (or yourself) who can't endure, abide in the Truth. Why? Because the preacher believes Jesus was talking about flesh/Spirit. It's true that you cannot be saved without God, but it's also true that you cannot be saved without yourself. What do I mean? I mean that the parable is actually a revelation of reprobation/election, of how the personalities God created behave in contact with the Word.

If being a good ground was a matter of having the Spirit, the reprobate angels would never have fallen. They had the Spirit like none on this earth has: they had the glory of God, perfect joy and peace. It's what Adam and Eve had too. So, your prayer can't do anything for those Jesus describes in the parable as unable to persevere. God won't recreate them; if He does that, the individual you prayed for would no longer exist, it would be someone else there. At least, that's how I imagine consciousness and existence, attached to the whole code that builds the personality. You can change from the state of sin to Grace (God is just), yet that's not enough to save you. That will be determined by how you react when you get in touch with the Word (it's your fault).

Have you ever noticed how the "Jews" answer Jesus about keeping His saying, "Abraham is dead, and the prophets", forgetting about Enoch and Elijah? I mean, probably they did not forget, they were omitting them because they didn't want to know what Jesus meant. What do I think? I think Jesus knew about a God's plan to, right prior to His second coming, create a last generation that would be just like them. What did Adam have to do to die not? Keep the Word. However, he sacrificed Her fruits for a lie. Just like in the beginning, Jesus was giving the opportunity to choose (though only the chosen are able to succeed).

It's my theory.

What do you think?