Tag: yeshua

My Perfect Brother

My perfect brother is totally awesome. He is Father’s firstborn son. My soul, who says she’s my sister, and my whole family is with me all of the time. I hear my big brother’s voice in lots of ways, but mostly in my right ear. Sister talks in my left ear. She’s being super quiet right now, because Brother is speaking to us.

My Perfect Brother - Jesus Christ
My perfect Brother — mosaic in Byzantine style from the Cefalù Cathedral, Sicily

Jesus called the children to him and said: “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to such as these. Truly I tell you, anyone who will not receive the kingdom of God like a little child will never enter it.”

Luke 18:16-17  |  Mark 10:13-16  |  Thomas 22

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Practical Oneness (Thomas 22)

Practical Oneness is the meaning of Thomas 22. Christ instructs followers to ‘make the above as the below’ and experience the kingdom of God.

Oneness dwells at the heart of Christ’s teachings. His objective is to make the human ascension process comprehensible and achievable in one lifetime. With practice and faith, Yeshua’s wisdom and grace can inspire self healing for everything from stress and chronic anxiety to serious medical conditions. The ultimate goal of Master’s practical Oneness program is to assist God’s children to find heaven on earth. That term, children, is key to Oneness and ascension.
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Coptic Gospels (Paterson Brown)

The Coptic Gospels translated by Dr. Thomas Paterson Brown
BA (Amherst), PhD (London)  1938 — 2012

Yeshua says: “I-Am the Light above them all, I-Am the All. All came forth from me, and all attained to me again. Cleave wood, I myself am there; lift up the stone and there you shall find me.”
Gospel of Thomas Verse 77

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Gospel of Thomas (the Apostle) c. 35 — 80 CE; Gospel of Philip (disciple of Peter, John, James and Paul) post-70 CE; and Gospel of Truth by St. Valentine c. 150 CE. Included are Scholarly research, annotations and commentary in English, Español and Greek. The Ecumenical Coptic Project Archive was published at metalog.org until 2012.

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