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The Light of Life

17 Mar

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“Again, therefore, Jesus spoke to them, saying, ‘I am the light of the world. He who follows me will not walk in the darkness, but will have the light of life.'”1

Recently, some friends of mine presented to me the teaching of Richard Rohr on the “true” and “false” selves, which I believe are the same things as what others have called the flesh and the spirit, the old man and the new man, or Adam and Christ.  What Mr. Rohr teaches is essentially that the false self is the identity we have given to ourselves – an identity which consists of who we see ourselves as and who we believe we should be.  The false self is often based on our life experiences and our daily roles and duties.  It is tainted by selfishness and warped by fear.  The true self, he says, is who we are beyond and underneath all expectations, experiences, fears, and pain.  The true self, he says, is the only one who is born of God, and it must be uncovered and allowed to dominate our awareness. 

Another thing I’ve thought about is Jesus’ title as “the light of the world.”  What does this mean?  Think about this: light has two important functions, which operate together: 1). To reveal or manifest what is real and true, and 2). To dispel darkness and false ideas of what is real and true. When you turn on the light in a dark room, two things happen: you learn what is in the room, and you learn what isn’t in the room.  So if Christ gives light, what reality or truth does his light enable us to see and apprehend?  Could it be that this light which Christ shines illuminates and thus reveals a distinction (which is what “judgment” actually means) between what is of God (spirit and truth), and what is of man (flesh and falsehood)?  Perhaps a primary thing Christ came to enlighten men about is that the spirit of God is within them (the true self), and that we can walk as sons of God simply by attending to and living from that life which is within us, while denying our self-preserving old nature.  Spiritually, in the absence of light (darkness), there can be no reality, only the imaginations of men, which can certainly produce wonderful emotions and great religions, but never life.

The arrival of Jesus was the fulfillment of prophecy that the time of “darkness” was ending:

  • (Matthew 4:13-16 KJV):  “…He came and dwelt in Capernaum…that it might be fulfilled which was spoken by Esaias the prophet, saying:  ‘…the people which sat in darkness (all men, ultimately) saw great light; and to them which sat in the region and shadow of death light is sprung up'”.
  • (Luke 1:67, 76-79 KJV):  “And his father Zacharias was filled with the Holy Ghost, and prophesied, saying…And thou, child, shalt be called the prophet of the Highest: for thou shalt go before the face of the Lord to prepare his ways; To give knowledge of salvation unto his people by the remission of their sins, Through the tender mercy of our God; whereby the dayspring from on high hath visited us, To give light to them that sit in darkness and in the shadow of death…”  Notice that according to God, law-keeping Israel, who Jesus was sent to, were sitting in “darkness” and “the shadow of death!”
  • (Luke 2:25-32 WEB (R)):  “Behold, there was a man in Jerusalem whose name was Simeon. This man was righteous and devout, looking for the consolation of Israel, and the Holy Spirit was on him. It had been revealed to him by the Holy Spirit that he should not see death before he had seen the Lord’s Christ. He came in the Spirit into the temple. When the parents brought in the child, Jesus, that they might do concerning him according to the custom of the law, then he received him into his arms, and blessed God, and said, “Now you are releasing your servant, Master, according to your word, in peace; for my eyes have seen your salvation, which you have prepared before the face of all peoples; a light for revelation to the nations, and the glory of your people Israel.”

Paul taught that believers were once in darkness, but in Christ are now in the light:

  • (Acts 26:22-23): …I stand to this day testifying both to small and great, saying nothing but what the prophets and Moses said would happen, how the Christ must suffer, and how, by the resurrection of the dead, he would be first to proclaim light both to these people and to the Gentiles.”
  • (Ephesians 5:8): “For you were once darkness, but are now light in the Lord. Walk as children of light…”
  • (1 Thessalonians 5:5): “You are all children of light, and children of the day. We don’t belong to the night, nor to darkness…”
  • (2 Corinthians 4:6):  “…seeing it is God who said, “Light will shine out of darkness,” who has shone in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.”
  • (1 Peter 2:9):  “But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for God’s own possession, that you may proclaim the excellence of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light…”

This post is just scratching the surface…I’m already working on a part 2 that goes deeper.  For now, I just hope you are seeing that all believers are to live “in the light” and be a source of light for others.  This doesn’t mean living a moral life (as I’ve said many times before, atheists and “religious” folks can both be very moral), nor does it mean merely “witnessing” to others about Jesus, which can be done in your own power and from a wrong motive.  The light that we are to walk in and shine is the LIFE of God – His spirit within us, our “true self.”  The defining characteristic of this life is self-sacrificing love which is naturally produced (though still painful at times), and a desire for communion with God in Spirit and Truth.  Again, Jesus said those who follow him will have “the light OF life.”  It’s a life and light that is within us, right now.  You don’t need to beg, do something, or go somewhere to get it.  Just realize it’s there and seek to uncover it.  This isn’t automatic or always easy, but it is very possible, absolutely revolutionary, and spiritually necessary.  Stay tuned my friends.  God bless you.

 

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11 responses to “The Light of Life

  1. Matthew Perri

    March 21, 2016 at 7:56 pm

    seek first the kingdom of God – words of Jesus. AMEN

    Poem – What is love?

    Two men came to Jesus
    With different motivations.
    They asked Him the same question
    Relevant to all the nations:

    Which is the Most Important?
    The answer was the same.
    Jesus did not manipulate
    He was not there to play a game.

    “Love the Lord your God” said Jesus
    as He quoted from The Law –
    to fulfill and not abolish
    was His purpose, full of awe.

    Jesus did not make all Scripture
    Into one new great commandment.
    He summarized The Law and Prophets
    “First and Greatest” and “The Second.”

    The Love of God is higher
    Than the love of any man.
    Receive from God, give back to God-
    Then to others, that’s His plan.

    The Love of God involves much more
    Than simply “love your fellow man.”
    Worship, trust, and pray to God,
    and obey Him – that’s His plan

    To worship and pray to neighbors,
    Whoever they may be,
    Or trust and obey our enemies
    Would be idolatry.

    The love of God is first and greatest,
    And the love of man is second.
    “All we need is love” are words
    of dead Beetles on the pavement.

    “The entire law is summed up in a single command”
    are not the words of Jesus our Salvation.
    It’s false teaching of Paul the Pharisee
    an “accuser of our brethren.”

    “Love” without God is Satan’s word through Paul
    in his chapter to the Corinthians.
    “I will show you the most excellent way”
    is the road to eternal perdition.

    Where is God in Paul’s chapter on love?
    Nowhere in view of the eye.
    Paul sings about himself like a Mexican Mariachi
    “I, I, I, I.”

    Jesus is The Most Excellent Way
    Not the words of a Pharisee.
    The words of Jesus are very clear.
    Jesus said, “You must follow ME.”

     
    • firstthekingdom

      March 22, 2016 at 7:40 pm

      So you believe Paul was a messenger of Satan? Can you explain why?

       
  2. Matthew Perri

    April 5, 2016 at 3:10 pm

    Lets listen to the voice of Jesus first, before we get to Paul. Even true followers of Jesus, like the Apostle Peter, can sometimes be mistaken and speak for Satan…… right? (Matthew 16:23)

    Jesus was asked twice which Commandment is the greatest or most important one, (Matthew 22 and Mark 12)
    Both times Jesus answered quoting the same two commandments, from of the Law of Moses.

    Jesus said that one of these two commandments is the first and greatest most important one. Which one is it? The one in Deuteronomy 6, or the one in Leviticus 19 ?

     
    • Matthew Perri

      April 8, 2016 at 11:05 am

      “The most important one,” answered Jesus, “ is this: ‘Hear, of Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ [Mark 12:29-30, Deuteronomy 6:4-5]

      Jesus replied: “’Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment.” [Matthew 22:37-38, Deuteronomy 6:5,]

       
  3. firstthekingdom

    April 9, 2016 at 4:26 pm

    It’s a far stretch to say that because Jesus referred the Pharisees to the law in answer to their question about the law, that Paul was a messenger of Satan and his writings lead one astray. He can be confusing at times, and his words have been taken wrongly, but if you think he is a messenger of satan and a source of deception, I don’t think we will be able to find much common ground and there’s not going to be a lot of point in continuing to discuss or debate. As you may know if you read my posts, I’m not a typical fundamentalist Christian, and I don’t think Paul or anyone else was infallible. But I believe that Paul taught much deep and vital truth, and further explained some of Jesus’ words.

    You are missing a crucial point of Jesus’ purpose and ministry if you insist on law-keeping as a means of righteousness, or even as something God delights in. The veil in the temple was rent for a reason, the temple itself was destroyed for a reason and as a sign, to destroy the old covenant in the last days in order to fully institute the new. The Gentiles were never given the law anyway, and in Acts the early church decided that Gentiles didn’t have to be under the law. The two (Jews and Gentiles) have been made into one new man, who walk in the newness of the spirit, not the oldness of the letter. I am experiencing it myself, every day. I hope you will humble yourself to be taught of the Spirit, and not your own mind and will. I assure you God is not impressed or delighted by your outward righteousness. You’ve got to see in the Spirit, how radically different things are there. I hope I do these things myself as well. Trying to do so is, I believe, the reason my understanding and beliefs have changed and continue to evolve.

     
    • Matthew Perri

      April 9, 2016 at 8:01 pm

      You have left the central point unanswered. We need to move beyond vague generalities and address specifics. You wrote: ” I don’t think Paul or anyone else was infallible…” So rather than rushing to defend Paul, why don’t we look at the texts for ourselves, and compare and contrast Paul vs. Jesus.

      According to JESUS,
      where is the “first and greatest” “most important” commandment located? in Deuteronomy 6, or in Leviticus 19 ? It’s simple question, and Jesus gave a straight answer, speaking in complete sentences. Surely we can do the same, can’t we?

      This is extremely relevant this week. The Pope has just released a statement with over 200 pages, and the English translation of the title has been “The joy of love.” He advocates a theology of Jiminy Cricket – let your conscience be your guide.. That’s Satan’s message – “Love” without God, like the Beatles – “All we need is love.”
      No.
      We need the Love of God first, through Jesus Christ of the Gospels who is the Light of Life.
      (not the “jesus” of some other supposedly special man with his supposedly special writings, like Paul’s letters, the Koran, or the Book of Morman.)

       
    • Matthew Perri

      April 14, 2016 at 7:51 am

      Dear First the Kingdom,
      Who is your King – Jesus, or Paul the self-appointed apostle?

      Many self-professed “Bible-believing Evangelicals” won’t listen to the words of Jesus, because they are brainwashed through reciting their “mantra” – “all scripture is God-breathed.”

      This “Evangelical Mantra” has been accepted by the collective subconscious mind of “The Evangelical Church” without thought, question, reflection, or even 2 witnesses from the Scripture itself. It’s based on a misinterpretation, out of context, of one verse in one letter written by one man, Paul the Pharisee, who was unfamiliar with the personal ministry and teaching of Jesus.

      But, “Once an idea has been accepted by your subconscious, it remains there and it governs your behavior until it is replaced or changed.” [ as a pastor named Bishop Dale C. Bronner observed in one of his sermons]

      (Definition from the American Heritage Dictionary.) Mantra (noun) (Hinduism.) A sacred formula believed to embody the divinity invoked and to possess magical power, used in prayer and incantation.

      When cult members repeat their mantra, it makes them deaf to the voice of God, unable to hear God. Instead, it puts their focus on their one “special man” above all others – his personality, words and teachings, character, life example, feelings, experience, intentions, mind, will, emotions, etc. Their cult leader is their hero – he is always right, could never be wrong about anything specific, and he must be obeyed in all things and never questioned. He will give himself a special title, write at least one special book, and claim special authority, with no need for a second witness to back him up.
      Here are 3 examples.

      .1) Fuhrer. The title of Adolf Hitler as the leader of the German Nazis, author of “Mein Kamph”. Mantra: “Heil Hitler.”

      .2) The self-appointed Prophet Muhammad, author of The Koran. Mantra: …..”and Muhammad is his prophet.”

      .3) Paul the Pharisee, the self-appointed Apostle to the Gentiles, whose 13 letters comprise one third of what, today, we call the “New Testament.” (The first, original “New Testament” was composed by the second century heretic Marcion, and he coined the term “New Testament.” His new “book” contained nothing except 10 of Paul’s letters and an abbreviated Gospel of Luke. There were no other “New Testament” books, and the Hebrew Scriptures were the “Old Testament” which was irrelevant, according to the heretic Marcion.) Mantra: “All Scripture is God-breathed….”

      I got my Masters Degree at Dallas Theological Seminary. I was attracted to the school because they put Paul’s mantra of “All Scripture is God-breathed” above everything else, and I wanted to heed Paul’s command and “Preach the Word” like Paul….

      This mantra is a misinterpretation out of context of 2 Timothy 3:16. It ignores the previous verse, 2 Timothy 3:15, which clearly indicates that Paul was NOT referring to his own letters when he wrote the words “All Scripture.”

      Paul was probably making reference to some of the Hebrew Scriptures, quite likely including the Law and the Prophets. We cannot be completely certain exactly which “Scriptures” Paul meant in “All Scripture”, and what Paul meant by “God-breathed.” Why can’t we be certain?

      Because we must establish a matter by the testimony of two or three witnesses, especially something as important as “What is the Word of God.” No one else in the pages of the Bible besides Paul ever said anything like “All Scripture is God-breathed”. And Paul only said it here, one time, in the middle of a personal letter.

      The Apostle Peter made reference to “Prophecy of Scripture,” not “All Scripture,” and no it’s not the same thing at all. Jesus never said anything like that. And no one, not even Paul, ever said that all Scripture was equal.

      I remember the general approach to the Bible at Dallas being that “every word in the 66 Books is the Word of God”….. and we should interpret it based on “the intended meaning of the author in the historical grammatical context.”

      That is the basic idea of the heavy-duty seminary language we were being trained in. It sounds so right, so intelligent, so professional, so “godly”….. but it is fundamentally flawed.

      When we look at Paul’s teachings and testimony about himself, (in his letters that make up 1/3 of the New Testament,) we should NOT immediately ask ourselves; “what did Paul say, what did Paul mean, and how does this apply to my life?” The fundamental question is NOT “what was in the mind of Paul?”

      Before any of that, the FIRST question to ask is; “does Paul agree with Jesus, who came to fulfill the Law and the Prophets?”

      Paul contradicted himself, and his teachings and testimony about himself don’t harmonize with the teachings of Jesus (or with Luke’s record of his life.) Let’s not waste our time with endless debates about “what Paul really meant” with his wacky teachings about “baptizing the dead” or “there is neither male nor female.” Paul was wrong. Jesus reminds us from The Law “at the beginning, the Creator made them male and female.” [Matthew 19:4, Genesis 1:27]

      As to the question of “whether the Bible is ALL truly Gods WORDS”…

      The underlying unspoken assumption is that “The Bible” (66 Books) was given to us by God as “one book” and it’s all “equal” in level of authority, priority, and importance. This comes from unconsciously believing Paul’s mantra, the “Evangelical Mantra”, that “All Scripture is God-breathed”, and falsely assuming Paul was referring to every word in the 66 Books of the Bible. Yet even here, not even Paul, not even once, ever said that “All Scripture is EQUAL” in authority, priority, and importance.

      No one in the pages of the Bible ever said or wrote that “all Scripture,” or “the Bible,” is “all truly God’s words”. Jesus never said anything like that, and Jesus did not see it that way. Jesus did not see even the Hebrew Scriptures, what we call the “Old Testament”, as a whole unit or book that was all equal or “all truly God’s words.” Jesus spoke of The Law, or The Law and the Prophets, holding these 2 sections of the Old Testament above the third, least important sections the “Writings.” And Jesus held the Psalms, the first book of the “Writings” section, above the other books in the “Writings” section in importance, since some parts of some Psalms are prophetic.

      Obviously, the New Testament Scriptures were not written when Jesus was walking the earth. But if we want to get closest to The Source, Jesus himself, it makes sense that we should look first to the eyewitness testimony of two of His appointed Apostles who walked with Him faithfully for over 3 years, Matthew & John. (Also to other eyewitness testimony, recorded by Mark and Luke.) This is more accurate, important, and authoritative than personal letters written by Paul the Pharisee, who never knew Jesus personally, had no part in His ministry, and had no eyewitness testimony.

      We should follow the Jesus of the Gospel writers. We should not follow the “jesus” of Paul the Pharisee or Muhammad or any other man, who had their own ideas of who “jesus” was and what He did.

       
  4. firstthekingdom

    April 14, 2016 at 6:16 pm

    I get your point, and I know you’re not alone in believing the way you do. But again, I think Paul helps explain some of Jesus words to the gentiles, while some of Jesus’ statements were directed at Israelites. In fact, at least at first, Jesus was ONLY sent to “the lost sheep of the house of Israel.” Later, the veil was torn, the law was nailed to the cross (as it is written in Peter), and Jew and Gentile have become one man in the Spirit. There is no need for a written law, when the law is written on our hearts, as the Old Testament says. The events in Acts, where we see the Spirit being poured out on Jew and Gentile alike, are so telling.

    To walk under the spirit instead of the letter resonates within me as true, in a way FAR deeper than the writings of the Bible, be it Paul or anyone else, though I find them very helpful and amazing. And I do not see it as contradictory to Jesus’ way at all. It’s taken time for me to see and accept these things. It would be even costlier for you to accept them, if you have built a ministry and perhaps a means of income around your particular understanding. You aren’t going to convince me to follow any sort of law, when the law was never meant for Gentiles anyway, among many other reasons. If you want to walk that way, go ahead. God loves you still. But it’s not the perfect way of love and sonship.

     
    • Matthew Perri

      April 14, 2016 at 10:42 pm

      My question was, according to JESUS,
      where is the “first and greatest” “most important” commandment located? in Deuteronomy 6, or in Leviticus 19 ?

      Are you saying that the commandment from the Law quoted by Jesus here doesn’t apply to you because…. why exactly? Because Paul said so? Can you quote Jesus somewhere saying this commandment does not apply to us as Gentiles?

      “The most important one,” answered Jesus, “ is this: ‘Hear, of Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ [Mark 12:29-30, Deuteronomy 6:4-5]

      Jesus replied: “’Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.’ This is the first and greatest commandment.” [Matthew 22:37-38, Deuteronomy 6:5,]

       
  5. Rob

    May 20, 2016 at 7:36 pm

    So matthew, are you saying that you know everything in your own natural mind, and natural heart that you can say that you, matthew, have the strength and the power to love god enough? You are talking will power, soul power. Magic, rebellion, witchcraft. Self power. Flesh. Natural mind. It is the soul as leader that got adam into the mess in the first place because he went by it, he put his soul and perceptions first, and not the word. If you judge a brother, you judge the law. If you judge a neighbor, you judge god who gave you that neighbor, you are doing harm to a neighbor, which no one who follows Gods law would do. Dont judge any one who claims the name of jesus, based on natural perceptions, no one is fufilling the law while judging it. If you have the spirit of Christ in any messure, then apostle paul is your brother, if we judge a brother we arent loving, we arent fufilling The law then in that, it means you are not loving God with all your heart, you only think you do, because you go by your perceptions, and not the fathers. You are seeking to be righteous with the will of your soul, the vanity of putting soul before the spirit of God. Its putting the femake before the male. Darkness before light. Its a lie. Androgeny. And cause way more harm when we do things like that then we are ever aware. That is the same sin from genesis, the sons of God going into the daughters of men. They follow their perceptions, and desires, and not the perceptions and desires of the spirit of God, and give birth to death. Not life. No rivers of living water springing from the belly, only a star, a bright self existant star falling as wormwood into pure spring waters and making it bitter. Bitterness comes through idolatry, thinking higher of ones self then you ought. From a puffed up store house of knowledge, but not the love of christ that reconciles.

    Do not think that where you are, that way, or door is the way into inheretence, becaise it isnt. God shut that door along time ago to me, so i can tell you its a bad way. But even jesus disciples who wanted to rain fire down on samaratains for not welcoming Christ, were of the wrong mind for a time, but HE is faithful to never let one sheep go. HE has.., no, IS A love that transforms one who was gods enemy, into a son. That is a love that will never do anything but give life. Thats a love we need. Thats a spirit, a head, a cheif of the body we so despreatly need the fullness of. If you are the one who can say that you love god compleatly…you are going by your judgment, not the fathers…but jesus Christ gave you the spirit, not the letter, the mind of christ, the perception of one who came from God, we need to lay our perceptions down, our life, our way of being, thinking, seeing, justifying, lay it all down. Because harming, even in ignorance is no longer ignored in those who claim his name, because he gave the spirit…the kingdom. Love is fullfilment of law. Because love is the only thing that serves all. God is love, and he serves even the one who wears the mark of the beast, for a time. Jesus had love and mercy even for legion, for a time. So do not messure your perceptions of God and then call that God, because we will always cause death, and not life in that way. No ressurection life flowing from a vessle that is righteous based in its works, but the spirit will manifest the works that end the ages. Not my thinking, not my strength, not my will, not what i think…but what IS HIM. So becareful matthew.

     
    • Matthew Perri

      October 12, 2017 at 9:33 pm

      Dear Rob
      The false message that “there is neither male nor female” is causing “Androgeny” – that was Paul the Pharisee’s false teaching.
      In contrast to Paul
      Jesus reminded us from the Law that in the beginning God created them male and female. We need to listen to the voice of Jesus, not Paal……

      The message of The 11 (“The narrow gate”)

      “The eleven disciples went to Galilee”
      “Where Jesus had told them to go”
      They heard His voice and obeyed His will
      Despite uncertainty down below

      Jesus spoke to them at length
      He wasn’t really a Tweeter
      Only 3 of them wrote Scripture
      Matthew John and Peter

      “Feed my sheep” said Jesus, for though
      “Heaven and earth will pass away”
      I have the words of eternal life and
      “My words will never pass away”

      “Enter through the narrow gate”
      The voice of Jesus through the eleven
      Believe in Jesus “through their message”
      And “eat from the tree of life” in heaven

      Jesus commissioned the eleven
      With “everything I have commanded you”
      “Teaching THEM to obey” Jesus
      And “THEM” means me and you !

      “The command given by our Lord and Savior”
      Is not a Pharisee speaking alone
      It came rather “through your apostles”
      Matthew Peter and John

      If a Pharisee boasts proudly
      Those men added nothing to my message
      He doesn’t speak for Jesus
      His words are nothing more than garbage

      Bibliography
      All “quotes” in “quotation marks” are from the writings of the Apostles Matthew John and Peter in the Bible, mostly the “Red Letter” words of Jesus. [Matthew, John, Revelation, 2 Peter – NIV]

       

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