Freely Receive is created by Andrew Michael
“Come, you who are blessed by my Father; take your inheritance, the kingdom prepared for you since the creation of the world”
In the midst of a chaotic world exists a divine space that can fill all of our needs. If we let it, our divine space can transform drama, conflict, and worry to excitement, wonder, and joy. And love, of course. Boundless love shelters us, keeps us safe and warm in a realm where miracles happen, and God and spirit feel as close as the air we breathe in.
Never could I have imagined such a blessed love—until I entered it. And so I created Freely Receive to share it with you.
The divine space holds exactly one seeker. Two at most, but that is quite rare. Your space, whether it be tranquil or charged with non-stop thrills, is nothing less than the perfect life that God created for you. Much like yourself, God also has wants and needs. Your Father in heaven desires to be close to you, his forever child, in whatever context works best for you. So be sure to think large. From now on, all things are possible.
I tell you, my Father in heaven does not want one of these little children to be lost.
Enter the world within the world, and freely receive.
Your divine space brings only the work you can handle. It does not call for skills that you do not have. But you must guard your hard-earned truths. Glib advice from well-meaning friends and loved ones can easily set you back. From now on you are subject only to yourself and whatever you feel draws you closer to God.
Right now our Father (who is pure love) is dreaming up surprise gifts and tender kindnesses both worldly and spiritual. All of them are meant for us (love’s children). Still, in order to receive those gifts we must not over-plan our lives. It’s not so easy to give up control. The most important aspect of the work, therefore, is learning how to let go, love, and place our trust in the one who gives life.
After a time you’ll find your divine space. But you might lose some friends.
Whoever wants to save their life will lose it,
but whoever loses their life for me will find it.
Freely Receive can help you discover your Eve.
The space has a name, of course. One that you’ve heard. Some people call it the Kingdom of God. Or the Promised Land. But there exists yet another name for your divine space. I call it E’den.
Despite claims made by churches and preachers, human beings do not create the kingdom of God, let alone E’den. The journey, though, belongs to us and our souls. Think of Eve, whom the Bible casts as Adam’s mate. Eve depicts the “breath of life,” the spirit of God, and the loving soul who dwells inside each of us.
Freely Receive can help you find your soul, or what I call “your personal Holy Spirit.” Your soul, in turn, will help you reach E’den. Isn’t that what the two of you seek? You can either do it now, or you can wait for later. Both are good. But why wait? Get in touch with your soul right now.
When you make the two one … then shall you enter the Kingdom.
If God indeed hopes for something, it is for your body and soul to live in his world. To become whole, two in one flesh, the same as it was in the beginning. Ask Father to reveal his unimaginable wonders. Ask to walk hand-in-hand with him every day, like God once did with Adam and Eve. Stay tuned in and see what happens next.
Nowhere does Scripture state that we humans may not return to E’den. Yes, it still exists. The kingdom, the divine space, is here in our midst. It is said that the path to the tree of life is “narrow,” “guarded,” and “watched over.” But the gates are still open. For those of us with love in our hearts, the path is free and clear. And neither one of us are Adam or Eve.
Me? I’m both. And you?
The Disciples say to Yeshua: Tell us how our end shall be. Yeshua says: Have you then discovered the origin, so that you inquire about the end? … Blest is he who shall stand at the origin—and he shall know the end, and he shall not taste death.”
About Freely Receive: Subject Matter
The content of this website is twofold. First, I am honored to host the Coptic Christian gospels of Thomas, Philip, and Truth, all of which feature brilliantly annotated translations, insightful commentary, and saintly, scholarly work from the late Thomas Paterson Brown.
By all definition the Coptic gospels are not Gnostic. Dr. Brown dedicated his life to proving that these texts adhere to accepted Christian ideals. Freely Receive makes it easy compare the early gospels to their scriptural counterparts. Reflect on the unbridled wisdom the Lord and his disciples shared hundreds of years before the Roman Church came into being. Prepare to be changed.
Yeshua says: I shall give to you what eye has not seen and what ear has not heard and what hand has not touched and what has not arisen in the mind of mankind.
All other content is either my own or borrowed from those kind beings whose contributions I cherish. My task is to share my experiences, pitfalls, and practical wisdom gained along the road to E’den. Here you will find personal commentary, intriguing revelations, and hard-won truths that can help improve your connection to God and seek his kingdom. And each day I pray that Father will show me more.
Love and Blessings,
— Andrew Michael