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And we know that the Son of God has come and has given us an understanding, that we may know Him who is true; and we are in Him who is true, in His Son Jesus Christ                                       1 John 5:20

 

 

One of our guiding principles is to abide:

Consider this; think about your "self-regarding" state of consciousness, that which contemplates interaction day by day. We're talking about that daily thought-life grind.

 

"What, then, is the self-regarding state of "abiding in oneness?" What...?  Think on this!!!

That which is directed toward that Divine place?   Please re-read!

Is it thinking to become absent of thinking? No.

Is it the absence of thinking plus meditation?  No.

It is that state of connectedness with divinity, abiding within the New Heart, and the absence of all other thinking that does not support the systematic connectedness and management of this act of indwelling.

 

Our prayer ‘n praise, "Our Father..." (Matt. 6:9) is a scriptural citation assembled within the new heart, in the voice of Christ, to become two streams into one rigorous sentiment. Such offerings are then empowered by His authority and the inertia of our intent that these thoughts might be distilled into divine speech - upwards - for God’s glory.

 

We are familiar with the roots of this activity as a type in Isaiah 40:31, the mounting upon the "Wings of Eagles" - and anti-types found in John's teaching's upon the "Christ-regarding" state of divine oneness: John 14:23, "...We will come to him and make our home with him..."

 

 Such passage upward is governed and empowered by the Breath of God, into the presence of God in heaven.