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Ye Are Gods?
I changed My Mind. How many times have you heard this statement? If only we would change our minds and exchange it for the mind of Messiah. In all reality, this is what Paul says we should let happen. But let me warn you, Messiah fully believed in his mind that he was the Father's equal. And so, as a man thinketh, so he was. I believe the power Yeshua walked in, and the miracles that surrounded his ministry were the fruit of his allowance of this thought into his mind. I also think that instead of us always crying unto the Father for deliverance from all our life issues, we should rather ask for the mind of Messiah. Sorta a WWJD mentality. That is to say, that we need to change our minds first and foremost, and host these higher thoughts. By simply receiving the mind of Messiah, our problems are immediately put on notice. How and why is this effective? Paul says it was because Messiah did not think it robbery to be G-d's equal. Yeshua, therefore, was not a lesser version of the Father held in a state of subjective inferiority as to not overreach the power or glory of the Father. Because G-d forbid that our sons should out shine us as fathers, or we be out done by a son. (Jest saying). I think it is ok with the Father if we rise up and do even greater things. In fact, correct me if I am wrong, but I think Messiah said this somewhere.
Now if Yeshua had not seen himself as equal with the Father, then he could not have said things like “If you have seen me you have seen the Father” or “the Father and I are one.” I therefore believe that Yeshua’s greatest personal conviction is herein revealed, that he was equal with G-d. But religious leaders have always cried foul on this idea, and do not want anyone to consider themselves as equal with Christ, no less the Father. Even as the priesthood of Messiah’s day called him a blasphemer for his mindful statement of equality with Elyon, and eventually saw him crucified for it. Nevertheless, Messiah tried to tell them that they too were called to have this same mindset.
John 10:34 “Is it not written in your law, I said you are gods? If he called them gods to whom the word of God came, and the scripture can not be broken: then why say you to him who the Father has sanctified and sent into the world, that you blaspheme because I said I am the Son of God.
The leaders were upset that a man (Yeshua) was claiming to be equal with G-d, as a Son. Eventually, these leaders crucified him for this radical statement. But actually, Messiah was telling them that they were called to be G-d’s equal. The proof of this is realized when seeing the actual Hebrew word Messiah used when telling this priesthood that they were called “gods”. Yeshua is quoting a verse from the Psalms.
Psalms 82:6 “I have said, Ye are gods, and all of you are children of the most High.”
The Hebrew word here for “gods” is Elohim. So the original text would read: I have said, you are Elohim. This Hebrew word “Elohim” is the name of G-d in plurality. Thus the KJV interpretation of Elohim into “gods". This scripture has long stumped theologians and they have tried to understand how we could called "gods" in these verses. I once heard a pastor say that the Father is the Big "G" and we are the little "g". This somewhat satisfies the religious spirit that is so offended by us being called equals with the Lord. Sorta keeps us from rising too high in our religious dogma. But g-wiz, there is no little "g" in the name Elohim. Make no mistake about the grandness of this name. It is none other than the name of G-d in the plural form. Most theologians believe Elohim is referring to the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. Whereas this can be correct, the actual usage here by Yeshua was in telling the priesthood of his day that they were Elohim. Now to be Elohim, they would have first had to renew their minds and allow this higher thought to be received right there between their eyes. For as a man thinketh, so is he. But instead of changing their minds and receiving this higher thought of equality with the Father, they saw to the killing of the messenger for blasphemy. And mankind today still suffers because of this same controlling religious spirit that forbids us to take our blood bought positions as Elohim. Why is it that religion is so afraid to see the manifestation of the sons of G-d (aka Elohim)? But if and when this revelation is realized by the Messiah believers, it will be world changing. But first we have to change our minds and let this mindset of Messiah (who thought it not robbery to call us Elohim) also be in us.
Psalms 82:8 Arise, O God (Elohim), judge the earth: for thou shalt inherit all nations
I had always read this verse believing that it would be Messiah that one day will arise to judge and and inherit the nations. However, I just realized that this call is to his believers who he redeemed to be the manifestation of Elohim in the earth. The proof of this is seen in the context of this psalm, as it repeatedly beckons unto men to become gods (or Elohim) in order that we might take our blood bought role as leaders and magistrates in our nations. I can't think of a better time in the world for us to open our eyes and arise. If we simply look around today, it is obvious that evil is in the high seats of authority, and so everyone suffers. Many believers today had rather pay tribute to all the workings of our enemy and his NWO agenda and pawns. I get so frustrated when believers rehearse the present curse of men like Charles Swabe, Bill Gates, or W.H.O. ever the hell they are. There has, and always will be evil people who plot and try to blot our names from the book of life. But the reason they are in power is likely our own fault. The reality is that darkness always is here and is simply the result of the absence of light. So, when you read these scriptures that beckon the believers to “Arise” it is asking us to bring our light into leadership positions for the sake of our fellow humans. However, Adonai is not asking us to arise as mere men, but as the new and improved version of men. That is to say as redeemed and reinstated creation of the image of G-d and in the name of Elohim. But be ready for the Lord's glory to come on you as you arise into Elohim.
Isaiah 60:1 Arise and shine: for thy light has come and the glory of the Lord is risen upon thee. For darkness shall cover the earth, and gross darkness the people: but the Lord shall arise upon thee, and his glory shall be seen upon thee.
This scripture is effectively the same edict for the believers to arise as Elohim in these last dark days of trouble. The stage is set, the darkness is surrounding us, and pour lights are needed.
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