The Judgement Of God Through Moses and JesusMy Choices Are My Destiny
The first requirement of the judgement from God is to acknowledge that Jesus is the one that Moses wrote about in the law. If I do not do this any thoughts I create are my own creation of God. I always have to remember God is the Boss not me.
God Said To Moses, “and it will be whoever will not hear My words, which He speaks in My name, I will require of them.
By not doing this I Am is guided by My own ideals of God. By acknowledging that Jesus is the God of Moses it creates a root identity for God’s word and the judgement contained within these words including the prophecy and everything Jesus Quotes.
Philip’s recognition is recorded by saying,
“We have found Him of whom Moses wrote in the law.”
The Word Student Is The English Definition For the Latin Word Disciple
In order for anyone to hear His quotes they must be a student seeking to understand His instructions. Students conclude from understanding and are fully aware that they make mistakes, submitting to their errors . This is demonstrated throughout the Quotes of Jesus by the questions of His disciples.
Jesus Speaks In Parables
Jesus declares that He speaks in Parables. Parables have an individual and multiple meanings, they are unique to every person individually. This of itself makes it impossible to legislate a literal meaning. By having a literal understanding, a person’s ideals are encased in their legislation, creating blindness or the inability to see beyond what they believe. There is No thinking outside the Box with a literal understanding.
There are only three events repeated over and over that could be accepted as literal within the quotes of Jesus.
One is to believe that Jesus speaks the words of God.
Two we can only be students of Jesus/God .
Three Jesus speaks in parables
We can never be more than students in the eyes of God or we are creating our own God. That was the case of Adam and Eve. If I do, I have taken our eyes off from God and become a believer in the God of my own Creation.
Since Jesus speaks in parables I must interpret His words as a parable to my life. By doing this it adds flexibility to my understanding.
I gain wisdom throughout my life as my understanding changes, since the value of a parable changes as I grow older. This value is impossible to see when I literalize any parable or quote from Jesus. By not following these three steps I create a destiny through my own belief system.
Jesus Quotes, “He who believes in God is not judged; but he who does not believe is judged already.”
God quoted and Moses wrote,
“And it shall be that whoever will not hear My words, which He speaks in My name, I will require of him.”
Jesus confirms the Prophecy of Moses many times over in many different ways. He also asks a direct question to anyone that is a believer by quoting,
“For if you believed Moses, you would believe Me; for he wrote about Me. But if you do not believe his writings, how will you believe My words?
What Is Your Answer?
For Me It Is impossible Not To Believe Jesus
Just as Jesus says, “Judge not, for the degree you judge it will be measured back to you.”
Judgement is a measure, measured by the people we come in contact with and God relating to His Prophecy and the Quotes of Jesus.
The judgements of students are conclusions and are subject to change. These conclusions are measured in relationship with the implementation of the principles of Jesus. In reality, my success even if I do not believe in Jesus is measured according to the information I have and my ability to use it. In all cases my conclusions as a student are measured to the degree of my belief regarding all things. This exist in the development of technologies, to having respectable relationships.
Jesus Defines Judgement in John 3:19-21
The actual Judgement is very simple, the more I support my own ideals the more difficult it is to make a change and see the values in the quotes of Jesus. Only through recognizing my mistakes and the things I do not in accordance to the principles is a change possible. This requires us to be a student and doer of these principles.
Once Again, Jesus says it all in this quote,
“For if you believed Moses, you would believe Me; for he wrote about Me. But if you do not believe his writings, how will you believe My words?”