Sharing the happiness of God, part 3; Cosmic #1; John 15:11
length: 1:02:24 - taught on Mar, 22 2012
Title: Sharing the happiness of God, part 3; John 15:11. [class canceled]
for you were formerly darkness, but now you are light in the Lord; walk as children of light
(for the fruit of the light consists in all goodness [production of divine good] and righteousness [experiential = execution of the plan of God for your life] and truth [what is true light and not false]),
“truth” - avlh,qeia[aletheia] = truth as in the reality lying at the basis of an appearance, veritable essence of a matter, a thing as it really is and not what is might appear to be.
Therefore, darkness can project into the present life and bring on a great blindness. The blindness is transferred to the senses arising in subjectivity, secrecy, deception, obscurity of the truth, and lack of knowledge or insight into any problem solving.
1 John 1:5 And this is the message we have heard from Him and announce to you, that God is light, and in Him there is no darkness at all.
“God is light” - o` qeo.s fws evstin[ho theos phos estin] = the God keeps on being light or illumination. What is illumed is the truth of any matter.
And the light has come into the world and illumed everyone.
There is a truth to every thought, word, person, object, and circumstance, which the light of the word of God will illume. This is where God wants His sons to live.
People fear what they don’t understand and can’t explain and so they resort to established assumptions and stereotypes promoted by the kingdom of darkness. The battle for the believer is not against blood and flesh but against the rulers, against the powers, against the world forces of this darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness in the heavenly places.
Cosmic one: the arrogance complex
Room #1: mental attitude arrogance. It includes pride, jealousy, bitterness, vindictiveness, implacability, hatred, self-pity, guilt feelings, operation over-think because all mental attitude sins are subjective and preoccupation with self.
Each one of these rooms interlock to create a palace of darkness; your own haunted house if you will.
Room #2: Negative volition arrogance. Rejection of Bible doctrine by rejection of authority and the idea that you’re smart enough in your darkness.
Room #3: Impulsive arrogance which is abuse of authority that one has in marriage, as a parent, pastor, policeman, politician, or in any legitimate authority in life.
Room #4: Institutional arrogance. Rejection of the legitimate authority over someone, which is first expressed through children.
Room #5: Blind arrogance. This is the arrogance of self-righteousness in legalism in which there is a partial divorcement from reality in contrast to psychopathic arrogance in Room #9 which is a total divorcement from reality.
Room #6: Conspiracy arrogance. After institutional arrogance of Room #4, this is the result in conspiracy to overthrow the authority, the policy or the purpose of a given organization.
Room #7: Criminal arrogance. This is the next step after conspiracy arrogance where one becomes criminal who is not only a con-artist, a liar, a thief, a drug pusher, a murderer, but he is also a revolutionist or a terrorist, a person who attempts to solve the problems of life through violence.
The criminal may use violence for his own benefit or he may use it to solve the problems of life, but whichever way he goes he is still a criminal. He is totally preoccupied with himself, therefore he is anti-authority, antiestablishment, often very self-righteous and saturated with self-justification for whatever he is doing by way of evil.
Room #8: Crusader arrogance. The result of blind arrogance the individual’s standards are above the law, above divine establishment, above everything else that is important in his periphery.
Crusader arrogance often interlocks with criminal arrogance of gate seven by encouraging revolution, supporting terrorism, or assassination, or creating change by means of violence. Crusader arrogance often supports the vigilante modus operandi and therefore rejects the principles of establishment truth.
Room #9: Psychopathic arrogance. This is total divorcement from reality through arrogance where there are is egocentricity, a total subjectivity and intense preoccupation with one’s self.
Room #10: Sexual arrogance. This is preoccupation with self and self-centeredness resulting in self-gratification which is the principle of sex without love in the commitment of marriage.
Sexual arrogance may be manifest by polygamy or fornication [impulsive arrogance], homosexuality, pederasty, incest, rape [criminal arrogance], bestiality, and so on. But sexual arrogance is preoccupation with the body to the exclusion of the soul.
A woman can use her body as collateral and that is sexual arrogance. A man can fail to see that a woman is a responder and use flattery and empty promises in order to use her as a means of self-centered sexual gratification and what he fails to do as a man is to protect her soul. If he is not her right man than he is violating someone else’s right woman, and if he is her right man he is not operating in the virtue that a right man should have by protecting her soul and waiting until the lifelong commitment is made. A true man understands that a woman needs security and protection and something to respond to.
Room #11: Genetic arrogance. Ancestor pride assumes that greatness in life is inherited.
Great ancestors are gone but the arrogance lingers on. You are not great because your ancestors were great. This is also the arrogance of frustrated parents who seek to obtain recognition through the achievement of their children.
Room #12: Political arrogance. Human panaceas for the problems of life is both egocentric and anthropocentric. Generally, it results in political liberalism.
Man’s preoccupation with self to the exclusion of category #1 truth, the laws of divine establishment, always results in political arrogance. When the arrogance is emphasized politically it results in such evil principles as the welfare state, socialism, redistribution of wealth, or any form of big government-little people, the emphasis is on gate four of cosmic two. Political arrogance, then, rejects certain necessary separations for the function of freedom, such as separation of church and state, the separation of free enterprise and state.
Tenth Amendment: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
There is, in the nature of sovereign power, an impatience of control that disposes those who are invested with the exercise of it to look with an evil eye upon all external attempts to restrain or direct its operations … This tendency is not difficult to be accounted for. It has its origin in the love of power. Power controlled or abridged is almost always the rival and enemy of that power by which it is controlled or abridged. (Alexander Hamilton, Federalist Papers, No. 15, p. 111.)
Citizens without virtue seek security through the government and weaken their nation as well as destroy opportunities for their children.
People in power will seek more power as power is like an aphrodisiac. Enough citizens must be aware of that and use their power of voting to break the pattern of socialism desired by the weak.
Power will only succumb to a greater power and then only reluctantly. This is true in the battle of your own soul as well as in the checks and balances in a nation.
As in every room in cosmic 1, satan and the KOD can be very subtle and deceptive.
There is much to cover in this doctrine so I will give you one example, which is excellent enough to make us aware of the practices of the enemy in schemes of deceit.
Patrick Henry wrote in 1775:
The battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it is to the vigilant, the active [recall our study of the sluggard], the brave [no fear in mature love]. Besides, sir, we have no election [taxation without representation]. If we were base enough [lacking virtue] to desire it, it is now too late to retire from the contest. There is no retreat but in submission and slavery! Our chains are forged! Their clanking may be heard on the plains of Boston! The war is inevitable--and let it come! I repeat it, sir, let it come.
The Bill of Rights, the first ten amendments were added to the constitution by the states for the purpose of limiting the power of the federal government.
The first Amendment:
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
It was and still is obvious that the first amendment was written so that the federal government could not make laws that limited the states and the people concerning freedom of religion, speech, or the press.
The fourteenth amendment, ratified after the civil war in 1868, subtly and deceitfully undermined the first amendment and subsequently made the amendments apply to the states when they were originally designed to limit power of the federal government.
The 14th Amendment, section 1:
All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State in which they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
The key word that unhinged jurisprudence in America is “state.” The motivation behind this was the abolition of slavery. That all sounds good if you’re not paying attention to the real truth behind this matter - the aletheia.
No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States - Who is going to enforce this? The due process clause of the 14th amendment puts the power in the federal government. Think of the satan’s brilliance in this turn around.
The states add 10 amendments to limit the power of the federal government. The feds add amendments that apply these amendments to the states. So now we have two parties, the feds and the states, with amendments applied to both. To make this fair there would have to be a third party, greater than both to enforce the amendments on both. But there is no one. The responsibility falls to the federal government to enforce amendments that were designed to limit their power.
The federal government now enforces itself in whatever way it deems fit and now it’s constitutional to do so. It is because of this amendment that your children attend holiday parties at school and not Christmas parties. It is the reason for the board of education, transportation, EPA, and on and on who enforce certain powerful agendas upon the states that have lost a huge chunk of their sovereignty to the end that the federal government has grown to enormous girth.
This amendment was proposed after the assassination of President Lincoln in 1865. My point to that is that he may have been smart enough to hinder its ratification though the president in not at all involved in the amendment process.
And none of this is taught in the classrooms of our schools. Satan’s desire is to keep everyone in the dark while he sneaks in to steal your freedom.