The Christ, Who Is He

Music Ministry | Thornhill Presbyterian Church

I remember the story of the Pharisee named Nicodemus, one of the rulers of the Jews as mentioned in the gospel. He was a man of high position. Because of what he had heard and observed, he paid a visit to Jesus. His question to Jesus is very relevant NOW. He had taken upon himself to investigate Jesus. Because of who he was, he secretly approached Jesus and said “Rabbi, we know that thou art a teacher come from God, for no man can do these miracles that I thou does except God sent him.” Jesus answered him and said, “Verily verily I say unto thee, except a man be born again he cannot see the kingdom of God” John 3:1-3. For Nicodemus to approached Jesus in a manner that he did, took great courage on his part. It is with this courage now that we must all choose to approach this same cross roads in our life. If we have been paying attention to the recent changes taken place all over the world, we would see evidence of the old paradigm breaking down. What is apparent now is a new paradigm is announcing itself to the world.

Truth keeps on changing and our assumption about jesus a gospel of love the nature of existence is now in the process of change. It became obvious to me that discovery and awareness changes perspective. New paradigm requires new understanding, wisdom, and acceptance. As we merge with the tide of the new paradigm shift, it will pick us up and move us faster and faster into right relationships, right action, and right opportunities, then we will be in position to let go of the past and acknowledge what is true for each of our individual lives while letting innate intelligence or heart sense express itself through us. In the process of merging the heart sense will increase its current, which will be noticed as a feeling of love and a new found peace and stillness will be the result. This will create the right resonance to attract the corresponding dream for each individual. Each life will unfold effortlessly, beautifully, and it is in our acceptance of what is that we can ask for more. It is really in our ideas of what truth is that prevents the freedom of individual thought. Then it will become apparent that there is a fundamental illusion about Jesus ‘message. Which translate into the error of a belief, is enough to enter heaven? Jesus message was not understood. This error was not made by Jesus, but by those who misunderstood his message. What is becoming apparent now is Jesus told us to follow him. To follow Jesus, it would be wise to develop Christ consciousness within your inner being. This will bring about a new consciousness which will allow us to access our higher power and let go our limiting beliefs allowing us to expand and change them to create perfection as a new “heaven on earth.”