Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Who Prays When You Pray

  Luke 11:2-4
  JESUS said to them.
  "When you pray, say this:
    May your holy name be honoured;
    may your Kingdom come.
    Give us day by day the food we need.
    Forgive us our sins,
      for we forgive everyone who does us wrong.
    And do not bring us to hard testing.'"


  The question here is this.

  Who is praying here, EGO or SOUL?

  The US and the WE are PLURAL.
  Plural means more than ONE.

  So, Who is this ( WE ) and ( US ) as we pray?
  Further, Who is the (ONE) praying for the (US)
  The first sentence says, "When YOU pray, say this:"
  Jesus is speaking to the true-man here. ( SOUL )

  It is soul that prays to God on behalf of the physical
  man, as well as for itself here in the physical world.

  God is Spirit and has no ear for the physical man and
  his endless wants and needs.

  When soul prays to it's Heavenly Father, It prays for
  the physical man as well.

  Jesus DID NOT SAY - that we should pray, - 'Give ( ME )
  day by day. the food ( I ) need.'

  Jesus DID NOT SAY - that we should pray, - 'Forgive ( ME )
  ( MY ) sins.

  Jesus DID NOT SAY - that we should pray, - 'For ( I )
  forgive everyone who does ( ME ) wrong.'

  And finally, JESUS DID NOT SAY - that we should pray, -
  'And do not bring ( ME ) to hard testing'.

  Remember always. You do not possess a soul - you are soul!

  When someone says - 'MY SOUL' - This is EGo talking.

  Jesus was fully aware of the dual nature of human beings.
  Jesus came to save the true-man, the SOUL YOU ARE!