Friday, April 15, 2011

The Parable of the Mustard Seed - Matthew 13: 31-32

  JESUS said; The Parable of the Mustard Seed

  Matthew 13:31-32
  (31) Jesus told them another parable: "The Kingdom of heaven
  is like this. A man takes a mustard seed and sows it in his
  field. (32) it is the smallest of all seeds, but when it
  grows up, it is the biggest of all plants, it becomes a tree,
  so that birds come and make their nests in it's branches."

   AS ABSOLUTE TRUTH. This exercise is designed to stimulate
   conversation and debate about the teachings of our Saviour,
   the MESSIAH, JESUS! The Son OF MAN, and SON of the LIVING GOD.

           What do we know about this teaching?

  We know from Jesus' explainations of the parable of the 'Sower'
  and the parable of 'the weeds in the field' that the parables
  contain a hidden meaning.

  We know that these teachings of Jesus are directed to the
  true-man, the child of God, the SOUL that you truly are.

  We know for a fact that when Jesus speaks of the 'FIELD'
  (exoterically) that this word means 'WORLD' (esoterically).

  We know that Jesus is describing the Kingdom of heaven and that
  this Kingdom is God's Kingdom. (God is Spirit)

  We know that the exoteric version (the dead-letter version) is
  not the true message.

  We know that the esoteric version (meant for the true-man) is
  the true message within the teaching.

  In short, we know very little about the true meaning of this

  What does the mustard seed represent?
  What or who do the birds represent?

  This being a 'HYPOTHETICAL EXERCISE ONLY'; - and playing the
  'WHAT IF game' - by replacing a noun here and a verb there, let's
  see what an awakened soul may or may not perceive.  
  So, what is the esoteric meaning in 'The Parable of the Mustard

  What if The man was the SON OF MAN?
  What if the mustard seed was A LIVING SOUL?
  What if the field was the PHYSICAL WORLD?
  What if the birds were LOST SOULS?
  If we put all these what ifs together, we can get a peek,
  perhaps, of what this teaching might mean to an awakened soul,

  A HYPOTHETICAL VIEW of this teaching reads as follows

  'The Son Of Man takes a living soul and plants it in the physical
  world. The soul is not visible in the physical world (though it's
  container the body is). As the physical body matures, so does the
  soul within, and before too long, it hears the words of The Son Of
  Man, and is awakened to the truth of itself. Knowing the truth of
  itself, the awakened soul calls to it's brothers and sisters and
  tells them who and what they are. He will tell them of The Son of
  Man and GOD, (our Heavenly Father). So that those that hear will
  turn to God and He in turn will guide them to His Son for rebirth
  into the Kingdom of heaven.

  Only Jesus can awaken the sleeping soul.
  Only faith in GOD will prompt Him to present His Son to you.

  REMEMBER ALWAYS - You do not possess a soul - YOU are SOUL!!