All of mankind is on a journey -- and if we are to consciously begin to walk the path from Eden to the Paradise of the Revelation, we must ourselves possess open spiritual eyes that can bring together the forces of good and evil into the higher reality of the Light.   In placing the scriptures and the Key of Knowledge within us, we must recognize the biblical events that are constantly taking place in our lives.   Like Eve, every day of our lives we are perpetually confronted with other people telling us what we should do -- what we should think -- what we should believe -- and how we should live our lives -- lives that the majority of people have only a very superficial understanding of.   When we listen to these self-proclaimed authorities, rather than God, in a very real perspective we have ourselves embraced the essence of what we call Original Sin.

When the serpent approached Eve regarding the eating of the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge, Eve was presented with three choices -- and it is these same three choices that are so universal to all of mankind in everything that he does, that each of us is confronted with these same three choices every day throughout every aspect of our lives.   One of the more profound messages the scriptures are attempting to convey to us is when we fail to recognize the essence of these choices, and continue in the same exact pattern as did Adam and Eve, we make ourselves indentured servants to the Prince of Darkness.   On the other hand, when we begin to be conscious of the choices we make, and always make the choice that moves us in the direction of the Kingdom, then we have begun to apply the Key of Knowledge in our lives, and we can then start the process of putting Satan behind us (Mt 16:23) -- which in and of itself is good, because it represents a reflective polarity moving us in the direction of our Destiny.   This is in fact one of the concepts that are conveyed in the words: “Jesus turned and said to Peter, Get behind me, Satan! You are a stumbling block to me; you do not have in mind the things of God, but the things of men” (Matt 16:23 NIV).

With respect to the choice of Eve that are symbolically significant of all the choices that each of us makes daily in our lives: Choice One: In view of the fact that Eve had not yet been created as a unique individual when God commanded Adam not to eat of the Tree in the middle of the garden, it could be said that, like us, she did not receive the Commandment of God directly from the Source.   Eve's first choice then, was that she could have rejected what she was told by the serpent, and obeyed the commandment that God gave to Adam.

Choice Two: This was the choice that Eve did in fact take when she listened to what she believed was the wisdom of a being endowed with supernatural insight into spiritual matters.   In order to see these same choices in our own lives, it is important that we begin by asking why she even listened to the serpent?   It is equally important that instead of judging Eve, we recognize that we possess the same flaw, and we admit that Eve listened to the serpent for many of the very same reasons which cause us to listen to other people today.   Eve believed that she was fallible, and she accepted the premise that the serpent knew more about God and the secrets of life than she did.  In the same way that the serpent dangled the concept of becoming like God before Eve, the people and sources that we view as authoritative today confront us in the same exact manner as did the serpent, and speak to our imagination and imbue our thinking with visions of utopia.   Whether it be a heavenly utopia, or one that we build here on earth, the essential message of seduction remains the same.   If, then, we were to examine the essence of Eve's choice from a more universal perspective, what the serpent said could very well be likened to our own present-day experiences in life.  

Each of us was born into this life in an unknowing state.   What we fail to recognize is the fact that all that we think we know, is in all but a very few instances the result of reflective knowledge -- or that which we have become imbued with from seemingly external authoritative sources.   In view of the fact that it appears that when we were born, we were born in a state of ignorance, it seems right to us that we should learn from others who have acquired knowledge.   Again, the wisdom of the New Covenant and its condemnation of one’s adherence to manmade doctrines and traditions is based upon the words of the Church Father Origen as seen in his warning that it is beyond the comprehension of carnal man to “…imagine that they possess knowledge before they really learn”.

Throughout the various phases of our development, many times we have encountered another person, a group, or someone we accept as an authority who has conveyed to us that they were knowledgeable with respect to God, and we should listen to them.   Taking this one step further, once our plight is properly comprehended, and we begin to embrace the New Covenant teachings that there is nothing but God, the great looming reality that we have been continually seduced by the serpent is true whether our instructors were secular or religious authorities.   If God is the Source of all there is, and everything moves within the Mind of God, then our public school teachers are in fact teaching their beliefs pertaining to God to their students.

In our life we have continually encountered authoritative people and groups that have said to us: We are the chosen of God -- or we know about God -- and He has ordained us to preach His Word.   Often we have been told that if we do a certain thing, invoke a certain ritual such as baptism, circumcision, say a certain prayer, believe a certain doctrine, belong to a certain church, synagogue, temple or mosque, we will be saved.   Since we were born into this world in an unknowing state, it must be recognized that we have a great deal in common with Eve that few of us are even remotely aware of.   Moreover, when we chose to believe the testimony of our teachers or accepted religious authorities, it can be said that we are choosing the same path that Eve did on that fateful day in the garden.   Like Eve, we act out of faith and the innate desire to draw nearer to our Source of Life -- we desire that our eyes be opened -- and we adhere to the wisdom of these people because we believe that they know more than we do about the Mysteries of God and Creation.

Choice Three: This is the option that is rarely ever spoken about by anyone -- religious and non-religious people alike -- and it not only represents the choice/path in life least traveled, but it is the only reasonable option if we are to safeguard ourselves from deception.   In fact, it is not only the most reasonable, intelligent and wise among the three possible choices, but it so universally declares the Truth, that when the Son of God came and walked among mankind, he called this path rarely ever traveled by the majority of mankind by the name of “The Way” -- and declared to those who listened to him teach the Word of God, that only those people who walked in this path could enter into Life.   What Jesus said was that if we follow in The Way, we will become consecrated, and we will be drawn into the Presence of our Eternal Heavenly Father -- and therein, we will be taught directly by the Holy Spirit.

At about the same time the Dead Sea Scrolls was discovered, a cache of early Christian Scriptures were also uncovered in upper Egypt which has come to be called the Nag Hammaddi Library.   In what is known today as the Gospel of Thomas, this saying is found: “Jesus said, when you see one who was not born of woman, prostrate yourselves on your faces and worship him. That one is your Father”.   If, then, you are what the scriptures refer to as a natural -- or a carnal person -- which can be defined as those who are born of woman -- and even Jesus was born of woman -- then at the core of all things pertaining to life you are confronted with the very same choices as was Eve.   What you think, do, or say, is predicated upon either the first choice -- which fundamentally represents your conditions of birth, the manner in which you were reared, and the influence of your family; or the second -- which represents what either our culture or other people or groups have told you about your choices and elections in life.  

The third choice -- a choice which represents the path that few men ever walk -- is also the choice rarely ever spoken of by the people we listen to as authorities -- authorities who are in fact very influential forces in our lives.   Yet, it is this third choice which must be seen as the only genuine choice that Eve should have considered when she was told that God knew it would be a good thing if she ate of this fruit, and became like God.   What Eve should have done was listen to both the warning that Adam had told her, entertain and learn as much as she could from her experience and interaction with the serpent, and go and ask God. 

What the Book of Genesis plainly reveals is that Adam and Eve had a personal relationship with God.   One only has to read the third chapter to see it is demonstrated that God walked in the garden and had conversations with Adam and Eve.   When examined from this perspective, the supposed sin of Eve begins to take on a totally new dimension.   The third choice is only seen when it is realized that Eve had it within her ability to both clarify what she had been told by Adam, and discuss with God what she had learned from the serpent.  

What we fail to realize today is the fact that this third option -- more than any other teaching and concept -- represents the very embodiment of the core fundamentals of New Covenant thought that Jesus taught as the only means for man to spiritually rise above both the error that has been infused upon each of us by our conditions of birth and upbringing, as well as all those great concepts that, like Eve, sounded good and right, feels right, that others have taught us throughout our life.   In fact, we cannot even begin to call ourselves the people of the New Covenant, until we embrace the essence of this third choice throughout every aspect of our lives.   You have heard the popular saying, “what would Jesus do?”   This is a truly important question that each believer today must ask themselves?   What I will demonstrate throughout this book is that from the perspective of the teachings of The Way, Jesus would have us “ask God” -- and no other than God, if we are to walk the path of Truth and Light.   

Does this sound preposterous?   If it does, it is only because you have been listening to the doctrines of men, rather than the words of our Lord and Savior.   In fact, the demonstration of true faith is seen in ones belief that the promise of the scriptures are true, and if the disciple consecrates himself and embraces the teachings of the Lord in every aspect of their lives, that the Son of God will come to them, teach them, and enlighten their understanding to all Truths and Mysteries of Creation.   Not to believe this, is to be unfaithful to the Word of God.

If you were born of woman -- in a state of unknowing -- how are you to know what to believe?   How can each of us who emerged from the very womb of darkness, discern truth from error?   Should we embrace and hold fast to the traditions and conditions of our birth?   This choice has a number of flaws: These conditions are not only limited in their scope, but to do so is to ignore the fact that each of us was born into different and often conflicting conditions.   Should we instead believe and adhere to the concepts and doctrines of those who appear to us as authorities in our life -- religious and non-religious -- authorities that, like the serpent, attempt to mold us in accordance with their own way of thinking?   It is this great sin that once properly understood, is the Original Sin that Jesus came to free us from the servitude to the darkness that it inflicts upon all of mankind.  

For our purposes here, let us add still another important dimension to the controversy:  Throughout Christian history one of the greatest conflicts that has continually raged among faithful believers and students of the scriptures is the dispute whether the Bible truly affirms the widely portrayed doctrine of preordination and predestination, or whether man has free will.   In fact, it is these two well-defined lines of biblical truth that the Rev. Spurgeon spoke of as his own folly with regards to his inability to see them as one and the same.   If the scriptures are correct in the assertion that God knew all things from the very beginning to the end of time as we know it, then it must also be acknowledged that God knew about the fall of man in the garden, as well as every event that has transpired since.   If we entertain this well defined biblical thought, then we must also question why God would not protect his naive and unknowing creation in the same way that a parent would not knowingly permit their child to thrust their hand into a fire, run out into heavy traffic, play with a loaded gun, or any other of the many dangers that parents routinely protect their inexperienced and unknowing children from?

If we look at the story of Adam and Eve in the garden from the perspective of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, we would have to say that good is represented by Eve's obedience to the Word of God as conveyed to her by Adam, and evil is represented by Eve's seduction by the serpent.   Yet, we must begin to open our minds to still another dimension to the controversy -- a dimension that is ignored by the doctrine of Original sin -- and it is this other dimension that must be entertained once it is acknowledged that God is not only a forgiving God, as demonstrated in His Divine qualities, but also that God foreknew beforehand the events that would transpire.   The person of a higher conscious awareness must pose the question: Why, unless it was Eve's destiny, would God not warn her of the impending danger when she encountered a supernatural being that she neither possessed the mental capacity to understand or oppose?   Unless, of course, these events are in fact spiritual symbols that convey to us deeper truths that each of us must embrace daily in our very own lives.

From the perspective of the teachings of Jesus, what we call division -- or a divided mind -- both within man, as well as within the faithful flock of believers, is not only one of the greatest of sins, but it is the great inhibitor that must be overcome if one is to even begin to understand the Mysteries of God and Creation.   This foremost truth is in fact one of the first concepts that is demonstrated to man in the scriptures, as seen in the words: “And the LORD said, Behold, they are one people... and nothing that they propose to do will now be impossible for them” (Gen 11:6 RSV).  

Astute Bible readers see this profound and continual message in the pages of the scriptures right from the initial stages of the creation narrative, to the very end in the Revelation.   Unlike the other six days, the second day is not ordained as being good in the eyes of God.   This same message is conveyed to us in the seduction of Eve, which could only have been brought about because of the absence of Adam.   Throughout the entire Bible the core element of the gospel message is the same -- i.e., there are two paths -- the one that leads us into the world, and the other that overcomes the flaw of division and separation, and leads us into the Kingdom.

When my wife originally read what I wrote about the three choices presented to Eve in the garden, her feminine insight brought still another dimension into the controversy -- a dimension that is very important.   In view of the fact that my wife, like many women, does not view snakes as being very attractive, she candidly said that the story does not even make logical sense.   Eve, she said, should have gone and told Adam, so that he could have crushed the head of the serpent who was attempting to seduce his wife.   Her perception of course raises the question: Where was Adam?   Would the first couple have fallen from grace if Adam had been present when Eve encountered the serpent?   An enlightened reader knows that Adam’s absence is an integral element to the whole saga of the creation account in Genesis.   These are questions of the greatest importance for the modern believer to ponder.   Thus, one of the primary messages that we should have recognized is that since the dawn of time the powers of darkness have outsmarted man by embracing the age old axiom that to divide is to conquer -- i.e., divide the person from his inner self; the family; the church; the community; in the endeavor to sever man from God.

If we are to understand the many realities of profound truth which the Genesis account has the ability to convey to us in its universal symbolism, then we must look beyond the appearances of yes and no, good and evil, and begin instead to gaze beyond the whole concept of divided polarities, and commence to eat the fruit of the Tree of Life -- where all events and truths are brought into an abiding harmony and oneness.   The disciple who is developing a higher awareness of the meaning of life, knows that the driving force of either of the two polarities is always to move into a state of harmony.   Knowing this, the disciple then searches to the depths of the symbols of Genesis, perceiving the movement of the forms as moving towards an eventual convergence in the fourth element of completion.

Carnal man would of course reason that Eve should have held firmly to the commandment not to eat of the Tree of Knowledge.   The flaw in his reasoning is that he attempts to interpret everything from the divided perspective of right and wrong.  Yet, mankind, who was created in the image of God, is imbued with the genetic capacity and destiny to possess the very Knowledge of God -- and to simply follow commandments without understanding why, is in every way against the very genetic nature of mankind -- a nature which is of a Divine Origination.   Congenitally, the soul of man is driven to seek to Know -- and thus he possesses an insatiable desire for knowledge in order to find his own true nature.   Once this fact is recognized, we must begin to comprehend that it was very much Eve's destiny to eat the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge.

To even begin to understand the deeper meaning of the scriptures we must first comprehend the meaning of the Tree of Life?   With good reason I previously used the term that it could as well be called the Tree of Divine Marriage -- in that, it is the result of the positive and negative forces of Creation manifest in the Offspring of Divine Completion.   Where the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil represents the dual forces of Creation that have brought all things into being, the Tree of Life is in fact the embodiment of both the negative and positive polarities of life raised up to their highest levels of perfection.   In our recognition of this truth that is conveyed to the reader, we must also begin to understand that the Tree of Life represents a manifestation of a fourth reality that is beyond the vision of carnal man.  

In the symbology of a tree, astute Bible students will recognize the need for two other elements that must exist for a tree to mature -- i.e., the nourishment from the earth, and the light from the sun -- which organic balance of life also brings about the elements of water, as well as our atmosphere that is absolutely necessary to support the fundamentals of life itself.   Thus, only when we begin to comprehend that the tree is in fact the very manifestation and balance of numerous other realities that appear to exist in a divided state, can we begin to nurture the Sacred Tree in our own lives -- and thus, eat of the fruit that gives us eternal life.

When the more enlightened disciple begins to examine the story of the Garden of Eden, what is strongly conveyed with respect to the choice of yes or no is so predictable, that from the perspective of the movement of God’s hand upon Creation, it can only be viewed as predetermined -- i.e., a choreographed unfolding of events that were destined to take place.   The people of the simple faith who view the seduction of Eve as being evil, fail to perceive the deeper meaning because they cannot assign blame to God.   The idea that God knew that the fall of man would take place, and God permitted it to happen, would indicate that God at least shared some responsibility for permitting a supernatural angelic being to seduce a woman who lacked the ability to know any better.

Predictably, Eve, who as a resident of Paradise, possessed absolutely no decision making experience, and was thus easily overcome by the forces of ignorance and unknowing -- but it is not until we recognize that this force of mental darkness always moves in concert with a divided mind -- and it is this divided mind (the absence of Adam) was not only the true source of evil that permitted the serpent to seduce Eve, but continues to be the case even at our present time.   Going still one step further, the eventual punishment of man must be understood in the same light as a parent who punishes a child -- i.e., not to inflict pain for the sake of pain, or punishment for misdeeds not fully understood -- but rather, an appropriate measured responsive action that is prescribed and manifest in order to correct an objectionable situation -- which situation is Eve's (or mankind's) separation from God.  

The disciple in search of spiritual truth who is perceptive enough to see the essence of the unfolding biblical drama, will also begin to see that the rest of the Bible is actually the demonstration of the many ways that man will be continually corrected until he eats of the fruit of the Tree of Life, and the prodigal son returns to God, his true Source of Being.   That the names and places change, is not due to the movement of an historical people known as the offspring of Abraham -- of whom the Apostle Paul states is an allegory (Gal 4:24) -- but rather, the working and perfecting of the different areas of mind in the life of the disciple in search of the Light and the Kingdom.

To again repeat a statement that I will strongly convey throughout this book many times: The Bible is not a history book.   The idea that one is saved because of an allegiance to a certain group, or a certain god, is a typical facet of a carnal mindset -- which is fundamentally Pagan.   The Bible is a book of spiritual transformation -- and as the Apostle Paul conveys, the first Adam represents the pattern of carnal man in his divided state, while the second Adam is the pattern of the perfected man who has overcome all division (1 Cor 15:45 NIV).   Our own flaw in perception is demonstrated when we continue to embrace the first Adam, and worship the second Adam in the manner of an idol, while failing to mold ourselves in accordance with the Divine Pattern that has been set before us.

Ultimately, in our endeavor to perceive the reality of division overcome, one cannot even begin to comprehend the many dimensions of the spiritual significance of the story of the Garden of Eden -- the beginning of the Bible -- without connecting it to the Book of Revelation -- the end of the Bible.   If we take a Bible and remove all the pages between the Creation account and the Revelation, what we will then see is that the Revelation is in fact the consummation of the Creation saga.   The pages we removed, then, represent what we must do in order to walk in The Way, and connect the two accounts within the dimensions of our own life.  

Eve was seduced by the serpent which brought about the symbolic fall of man -- not because she disobeyed God's Commandments -- but because, like us, she dwelled in a state of division, separation, darkness and unknowing.   With this understanding, everything in the scriptures between the Genesis account of creation, and the eating of the fruit of the Tree of Life in the Revelation, is merely the stages of the development of the mind and spirit of man -- which development is the total enlightenment and perfection of man as the very inspiration and completion of the ultimate purpose and vision of the Creation story.  

The reality which the Apostle Paul strongly conveys with respect to our inability to understand the true depth of the scriptures, and our failure to comprehend the scriptures from the perspective of a spiritually elevated perception, is that we continually attempt to view the beginning and end through the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, which is the eyes of division.   If we understood the symbology of the scriptures, what is portrayed would immediately begin to make absolute sense.   Why was it so important for Jesus to be of the House of David?   In the same way that the Apostle Paul wrote that the two sons of Abraham was an allegory (Gal 4:24), so too can this same allegorical truth be applied to Saul, the first king of Israel, with David, the second -- as well as Essau and Jacob, and Adam the first man, and Jesus, the perfected Adam (1 Cor 15:22-45).   In each case the first was of the flesh, the second of the spirit.

When the Roman Church of the fourth century killed the Spiritual body of Messianic followers of Jesus, resulting in the loss of the meaning of the spiritual language with which the scriptures are written in as well as the Keys to the Kingdom, the Christian world has dwelled in the outer darkness ever since.   We claim to believe in the Trinity, and yet we know not how to apply this doctrine in our own lives.   We constantly read about the twelve tribes of Israel, the twelve disciples, and the twelve gates, angels, pearls and fruit in the Revelation, and we know not the manner in which these symbols must be applied.   Where the people of the simple faith will conclude that God seemed to like the number twelve, the disciple in search of truth will understand that this number holds a profound and sacred meaning in the life of all of mankind.

One of the most important elements of the Hebrew language is the related numerical values of everything written and their association to the body and controlling laws of the body, mind and spirit of man.   In the same way that the numerical equivalent of David is four, and this four is spiritually represented in the genealogy of Jesus at Matthew 1:17, ultimately David represents the twelve fruits (spheres of mind) of the Tree of Life where the four triune levels of the mind of man are in a state of harmony and balance.    What this portrays is that when the (four) minds of man (physical, mental-soul, spiritual, and the Presence of God) are divided through the separation of the four triune powers within each of the four (4,4,4,4 = 12), then the Tree of Life is in a divided state, which is referred to in scripture as the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil.   The great truth the disciple comes to learn, is how to apply the Key of Knowledge in order to bring the twelve divided spheres of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, and once again harmonize these spheres of mind into a state of Oneness in the Tree of Life.   If our minds were to be opened by the Anointing (Christ) of the Light, we would quickly see that all of the symbols, forms and enigmas of the Bible, deal exclusively with this theme.

The astute disciple in search of the soul of the scriptures, and who understands the spiritual language of the Bible, will immediately perceive that the seduction of Eve was imminent because of the absence of Adam -- which conveys a state of divided mind.   Moreover, this state of divided mind is not only present within all of mankind today, but is the actual source of all ignorance and evil in the world.   Further, the main theme of the rest of the Bible is totally consumed with the merging (or marrying) of the male and female divisions within the mind of the disciple, in order that the prodigal son will be able to return to the Kingdom of the Father.  Everything about our lives at present embraces division.   We are divided within ourselves -- from our spouse -- our church or community.   This division brings about both a conflict and lessening of the very power of mind itself -- to the degree that we are only able to use a mere fraction of our mind’s potential.   We see and judge the events in life through the very limited vision of a carnal mindset -- from the perspective of yes or no, good and bad -- rather than understanding the beginning and end as integral polarities of the opposite dimension, that when brought together portrays the whole.  

In the Divine Drama of the Creation Account that God not only foresaw, but actually permitted Eve to be seduced by the serpent, is in many ways the Old Testament equivalent of the Father permitting the prodigal son to leave the kingdom and enter into the far country.   In each case, the Father foreknew beforehand that the events which would transpire were imminent -- and He permitted the exercise of free choice in order to bring about the perfection and completion of His Child.   That carnal man creates such spiritually horrendous doctrines as Original Sin, wherein women are blamed for all the evils that have fallen upon mankind, is because mankind fails to grasp the true depth and moving spirit of the scriptures.   In like manner, seemingly intelligent men are unable to even grasp the Divine Purpose of woman -- regardless of the fact that the two sexes interact with each other through every aspect of their lives.

Once properly understood, we must begin to perceive the plight of Eve that is manifest in our own lives, wherein each of us eats the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil -- which is the fruit of division and a divided mind.   The result is that in our blindness, we are unable to see beyond our very limited carnal perception of Creation, and we fail to understand how all things are destined to come together for the good of mankind.  

It is only when we begin to understand our choices and decisions in life from the very core and essence of this inherent genetic equation, that we can truly begin to perceive the reality of what the Apostle attempted to convey when he wrote: “As it is written: There is no one righteous, not even one... for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God” (Rom 3:10;23 NIV).   Each of us has permitted ourselves to become divided in mind, and ultimately separated from our True Source of Being -- and if we are to overcome both the conditions of our birth, and the many forms of seduction that the serpent uses to make us walk in the wrong direction, then it is this separation that we must strive to overcome.   In this respect, we must go to the very core of New Covenant teachings, and focus on the words of the Lord when he said: “It is written in the prophets, ‘And they shall all be taught by God.' Therefore everyone who has heard and learned from the Father comes to Me” (John 6:45 NKJ).  

If we take the symbols one step further and question why Satan and God appear to have a working relationship in the Book of Job, we must then understand that Satan is the very force of division that tests, and eventually brings about the perfection of man.   If we knew how to interpret the significance and meaning of the numbers in the manner of the Hebrew authors, we would immediately perceive the difference between Job at the beginning and ending of the book that bears his name.  

If what I am writing in this book appears strange to your manner of reasoning, or what you believe, it is because you have embraced the doctrines of men, rather than having learned from the Father.   The great truth that natural man fails to realize is that all knowledge and understandings of the Mysteries of God is within your ability to comprehend, when they are received through the Anointing of the mind by the One True Prophet that instructs all who are genuinely faithful to the Truth, and the Truth alone.

If man is truly created in the image and likeness of God, then it is his destiny to use the resources of his whole mind.   The purpose of the Bible is to provide mankind with the tools to bring this reality about in his life.   What we are presented with in the scriptures is the means by which man is able to overcome his state of division, as well as the ten percent limitation on his potential of mind that he is able to use.   If the vision of John 6:45 it to be brought about, and we are to begin to crush the head of the serpent, overcome division, and learn directly from our Father, then we must begin to gaze beyond the body, and perceive the soul and spirit of the Sacred Word as found in our scriptures.   To this end, the disciple must recognize the absolute need to become an informed believer.   Each of us must understand what we have received by virtue of our religious traditions, and we must become cognizant of the force of the serpent moving in our daily lives.   In order to fulfill the word of the scriptures, and be “taught by God”, we must possess the knowledge to walk in The Way that Jesus revealed as the only path that man can return to his Heavenly Father.  

 

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