Jesus

Rites of The Church

The question now arises

from the adherents of the Catholic Church

in that some beliefs like transubstantiation

in the Holy Eucharist, baptism, sacraments,

and etc., be included in the Credo.

Those that I mentioned are literally rites

of the Church and these belong to 

its catechism.

These are actually included in the

“belief in the Holy Catholic Church.”

When one believes in the Holy Catholic Church

one also believes in its rites, liturgies, and sacraments.

This belief is as sweeping

as the Holy Catholic Church is.

No need to include the specifics.

When one buys a Big Mac

no need to specify the beef.

 

The Apostle’s Creed

Every religion, or faith,

worships a god; or a chief god,

if there are lesser ones.

Different faiths have different gods,

described as unseen, untouched,

omnipotent and hungry for adoration.

All these different gods may be treated

as one and the same for all religions and all faiths.

Otherwise, with all the power attributed to them,

they would most certainly fight among each other,

if only to have more people to worship them.

This may mean that there is only one and the same god.

(the others are false or imaginary)

And this god does not mind what liturgy, or prayers,

or ceremony and practices the people use

as long as they pray to him.

Under this arrangement, there is discipline, and order,

and control of the peoples in this world.

One thing though, if on Judgement day,

and if this god decides

that the way some souls worship him

is not to his liking,

“Oh Shucks!”

would be the favorite (and last) expression

of these souls for that day.

 

What follows is the Apostle’s Creed,

or CREDO

of the universal Roman Catholic Church, 

and which is commonly called,

the “I believe…”

 

Apostle’s Creed

I believe in God,
the Father Almighty,
Creator of heaven and earth,
and in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord,
who was conceived by the Holy Spirit,
born of the Virgin Mary,
suffered under Pontius Pilate,
was crucified, died and was buried;
He descended into hell;
on the third day He rose again from the dead;
He ascended into heaven,
and is seated at the right hand of God the Father Almighty;
from there He will come to judge the living and the dead.
I believe in the Holy Spirit,
the Holy Catholic Church,
the communion of Saints,
the forgiveness of sins,
the resurrection of the body,
and life everlasting.

Amen.

Every religion or faith,

valid, original, pagan, false, copied or for profit

should have its own credo,

otherwise the group is simply a crowd,

 

The Word

The Word

In the Beginning was The Word
And The Word was with God
And the Word was God.

Three verses
the meaning of which would be the same
if these are read in any order.
The three items of significance are
Beginning, Word, and God.
OF these, much confusion is focused
on the word WORD.
WORD, by definition, means EXPRESSION.
An expression by God and of God is divine
since God is divine.
And since there is only one divine item
which is God,
the WORD therefore is also God.
Now the Word of God,
which is also God,
refers to Jesus,
the Son of God,
the Expression of God.

No doubt!

The Exorcist

The Devil did not make you do it.

He does it himself.

If he gets in you.

God does not destroy.

HE does not kill.

Mother Nature does.

And so does man.

Unless God interferes.

But HE does not have to.

Man is shielded even before 

there is the need to exorcize.

Find out how.

 

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The Fallen Angels

The Fallen Angels

The term “Fallen” might be a misnomer,
because they did not actually fall from
God’s grace the same way that happened
to Adam and Eve after Lucifer’s temptation.
They were most probably disgruntled that
God would preoccupy most of HIS time
to the care of Adam and Eve.
So much was this jealousy that their aim
was to prove to God that that Adam and Eve
could  not be faithful to God due to their weak
human nature.
They still do their angelic functions, though,
but not as diligent as before the Banishment.
This disgruntlement turned to mutiny when
God actually instilled in the Virgin Mary the
makings of what would be the baby Jesus.
However, these mutinous angels came around
after God declared that this Jesus is HIS Son
in whom HE is well pleased.
Realizing that Jesus is GOD HIMSELF in human form,
they went back to the diligent service with God.
And LO, they were actually given the assignment
of guarding each and every human
one angel to each,
for the whole lifetime of each.
And thus was started the guardianship of man
by a multitude of angels.
There are angels who did not recover from
the Mutiny, and are still afflicted with tremendous
jealousy from what is their unrequited love for God.
Evil is now on their minds.
They are now to be called devils, not angels.
And their chosen weapon against man—
—-Possession of the Human Body.
And thus is devised a counter-weapon,
Exorcism.

(And so goes the love story of Jesus.)

The X Commandment

And therefore i give you

another commandment

The X Commandment—-

There is no Allah

but GOD!

 

(think!)

City of Angels

If you happen to talk to an angel

hey, you may have been one of them.

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next: Fallen Angels

The Way to God

There is no other Way to God

other than that thru Jesus.

A full description, including the rudiments

by which this path can be traversed would require 

a treatise of some length.

I will not be able to do this satisfactorily.

Besides this should best be done by the people

of the cloth, meaning priests who do  administer

the Sacraments of the Church.

Maybe you should get one of these priests and

ask them whatever you need to know.

Anyhow, I have reasons to believe

that my ever-loving Mom, Trinidad,

who now resides in Heaven

is already happy with my

performance these past few days.

She actually was the one who taught me what

I know about Jesus.

She was a member of the Tertiary Order of St. Dominic.

She was interred in the habit of a nun of this order.

My wife, Sonia, was also a Tertiary

but she was not a fully pledged member.

Anyhow, here is a parting quote for you:

From St. Louis de Montfort;

” In this dark world of ours

Let us all shine.

You in your corner

and I in mine.”

The Pontiff

IL PAPA to you.

This is THE ROCK

upon which Jesus built HIS church.

And when HE said THE ROCK

HE did not literally refer to a boulder-size stone,

which you can kiss to attain forgiveness.

HE meant a steadfast, durable, fiery PETER

who now holds the key to the Gate of Heaven,

and can let loose or bind any soul on earth.

The Pontiff, or commonly called, the Pope

holds sway over the dogma and practices

of the Roman catholic Church,

and no other religion on earth is directed as such.

The present Pontiff, Pope Francis,

is the direct successor

to the Apostle St. Peter.

There is no other revelation from God

after the death of the last Apostle.

The Lord’s Prayer

The Lord’s Prayer

As an integral part of his leading
the Way to redemption, Jesus intended
to teach the people how to pray.
A pleasant surprise greeted HIM when they actually
asked HIM to teach them how to pray.
And so HE taught them HIS OWN PRAYER
to the Father, including the people’s special prayers.
As a result, The Lord’s Prayer satisfies both
God’s requirements and the the people’s needs.
As annotated, it goes like this :

“Our Father, which art in Heaven,”

Jesus called “Father” twice in HIS Seven Last Words,
the First and the Last Words, but HE meant “My Father”
not “Our Father”, therefore the Lord’s Prayer includes
the people who are in supplication with “Our Father”
Also, the the description, “which art in Heaven”,
just differentiated completely God the Father from Man’s Daddies.

“Hallowed be Thy name, they Kingdom Come,”

A complete invocation to God’s name and His kingdom,
both exclusive and separate from earthly instances.

“Thy Will be done, on earth as it is in Heaven”

Whatever God wills, it will be done
for HE is the omnipotent God
and nothing will stop HIM nor bar HIS way.

“Give us this day our daily bread,’

Comes now the people’s prayer for daily subsistence.
No more is the freeloading, manna from Heaven stuff
that spoiled and pampered them.
Now, man has to work for it, and pray to God that
their work is fruitful.

“And forgive us our trespasses,’

AHA! straight to the point goes this prayer
because this exactly is what made God come down
to redeem the sinners—to forgive their sins.

“As we forgive those who trespass against us,”

For this forgiveness, man offers to forgive others,
effectively negotiating a Contract with the Lord.
Jesus would agree to this offer because is HE not the one
teaching them this Prayer?
Besides, this should most assuredly make the people
follow his rule of “Turning the other cheek.”
But what if man forgets to forgive  the trespassers?

This situation would then be remedied by—

Repentance and atonement.

“And lead us not into temptation
but deliver us from evil,”

This is reminiscent of the temptation that caused
Adam and Eve to fall from God’s Grace.
God will now get into the act
to help man avoid temptation and fight Lucifer.
But first, man should be baptized with water
to qualify for these things.

Amen.

 

(This one is for HATUN  TASH)

GO, GIRL, GO!

Seven Last Words, cont.

To recap what I have said so far :
God came down to Earth to show the way.
People have been complaining thet
HIS Commandments are difficult to follow
as a whole and to be able to do this
one has to be a god himself.
Therefore to show how man can obey
HIS Commandments completely
HE HIMSELF must show the way.
And HE has to do this by assuming the form of man
with Man’s frailties including the feeling of pain.
So while his form, that of Jesus now pinned to the Cross,
HE speaks partly as God wills and partly as man in pain.
After the First Three of Seven Words, HE speaks as God.
The next four of the Seven Last Words
HE will be speaking as Man specifically as Man in agony.
HE had his agony first in the Garden when Jesus asked
the Father to lat this destiny on the Cross pass
because of the pain HE has to endure.
HIS experience as a carpenter got him to know about
beams and the size of the nails to attach these to a post.
The pain of using these nails to pin HIS arms to a beam
should have a painful thought.
More so with a bigger-sized nail to pin two feet to a post.

Fourth of Seven

“My God, My God, why have you forsaken me?”

At about this time, the pain must start to hurt.
This is the Man speaking, it would not hurt if HE were
speaking as God.
He realizes that this is HIS destiny and it has to continue
if HE has to save the world from sin.
Such words could not have been said
if HE were to use the Function of God.
More memorable it is to show the Way were HE
to experience excruciating pain and show it.

Fifth of Seven

“I Thirst.”

A symbolic meaning to these words is HIS thirst
for the love and adoration of the people HE Loves.
At any rate, HE was given acidic vinegar
on a sponge to sip on.

Sixth of Seven

“It is finished.”

After several hours (maybe three) pain diminishes
and Jesus feels death creeping in.
HIS Function, and God’s Divine Plan is in completion.
And HE says this, if only to remind HIMSELF.

Seven of Seventh

“Father, into your hands I commend my spirit.”

The Son of God returns to God the Father.
Jesus dies and the Earth trembles and the Heavens roar
as if both were the ones which gave up the ghost.

“Truly,” the Romans say, “this is the Son of God!”

These last words dramatize the fact which remains both
a mystery and controversy to some other people—-
that there exists JESUS, HIS SPIRIT, and THE FATHER
all rolled into one TRINITY.

 

 

(next : The Way)

Chapter 11, The Seven Last Words

 The Seven last Words

The sign above his head reads INRI, or King of the Jews.
This is to signify the Roman mastery over the Jews
and at the same time to mock their beliefs.
These word are related by eyewitnesses of the Crucifixion
by both HIS closest friends and relatives.
In these hours, Jesus performs HIS function as both
Son of Man and Son of God.
What follows is my insight on the occasion,
not God’s, because HE would have other things to think of
while HE is nailed on the Cross.
This is for your perusal and is free for you to download
and use later as a reference.
Just in case.

First of Seven:

“Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.”

These words mark the main reason for the Coming of Christ–
They actually form the theme of the Story of Jesus
and what His work was all about—
that of forgiveness, redemption, and love for the enemies.
These words give meat to HIS other spoken words of :
“Turn the Other Cheek”,
even if by doing so one stands to lose the rest of his head
by decapitation.

Second of Seven:

“Today, you will be with ME in Paradise”

HE said this when one nailed to another cross
asked jesus to remember him in Paradise.
Imagine how elated was Jesus to know that HIS work had
been fruitful, that people will now bow down to HIM
in supplication and adoration.
These words also prove HIS authority over the Heavens
and that HE make sinners enter Paradise with HIS will.
HE IS GOD, and HE has made it easier for man to enter Paradise.
Man needs not to blow himself up
nor to behead others
nor to kiss a charcoal-black rock
to enter Paradise.
A simple, sincere plea for forgiveness will do
at anytime, any place, in front of an altar or not.

Third of Seven:

“Woman, behold, your son….Behold, your Mother”

These words ring all over and for those who meditate on them
will sink that these words are actually God’s decree that Mothers
should be placed on pedestals and nothing should be refused
of what they ask for.
Women give birth, and nurture, and care, and love,
the kind of love that made God create Adam and Eve.
To feel the love of a Mother was God’s intention for creating Man.
And HE felt this love from Mary.
HE will realize later on when HE would have felt
the extreme fervor and love from HIS Saints.
This would require another chapter but for the meantime,
Jesus has placed HIS Mother under the care of John
which further decreed the importance of women.

 

(2 B continuar, whatever that means)

Chapter 10 : Plan B, The Redemption

Plan B : The Redemption

You may be expecting this post to deal with
the Life of Jesus.
i repeat that this story deals with the Divine Plan
from God’s viewpoint.
Not that I know God personally
and that I now claim to be a prophet.
Goodness, no, that would be blasphemy
or whatever you may call it.
Do not treat this as gospel, but just a story,
or to be more specific, a commentary.
Lots of sources you can get for the info about the
life of Jesus, because isn’t His life dubbed
as the Greatest Story Ever Told?
But this post is something worth considering,
particularly if you are wondering why God did this.
Well, the Redemption project was conceived
after Adam and Eve fell From Grace.
Great realization it was for God to know that
Man is unpredictable when given Free Will
because the choices he make may not be
what God would want.
In other words, disrespect of God’s Commandments
and disobedience may be what  dictate Man’s choices.
Bringing Man back to HIS Protection requires Redemption
to free Man from the Original Sin with the Tree of Knowledge.
Such a plan would require Man to redeem himself by himself.
Man has always complained that God’s Commandments are
difficult to follow because Man is prone to commit sin.
Therefore the plan should be that Man should be taught
the Way to Salvation by HIMSELF, and not by the prophets,
(a project which has failed in so many trials).
God must teach man the way by being human,
or that which would have the frailties and weaknesses of man.
HIS teaching would be more believable if HE were to assume
the form that would suffer hunger, thirst and pain.
HE has to temper His body and walk across the desert,
and to withstand temptations by the devil.
Also, to prove hat He is the Messiah,
healing powers was displayed.
Even bringing back dead people to life proves
that He is whom He claims He is.
The plan was difficult in that the Son of Man must show
the frailties of Man and at the same time prove that
He is the all-powerful, omnipotent God.
And then, the whole process of Redemption must show
without doubt that God loves Man.
After all this is what the this story is all about—-
Jesus, a love story between God and Man.
The Project of Redemption must also be easily understood
by all peoples, and all walks of life, so Jesus spoke in parables.
And then, the most important item of all—-
the Plan must be memorable for all time.
God knows that when Man proposes his love to another,
man declares that if need be HE WILL DIE FOR HIM, OR HER!!!
So the Son of Man will have to die a memorable death.
or a very painful and pitiful crucifixion.

 

(next : Seven Last Words)

Chapter 9 The Roman Silver Coins

Enter The Roman Silver Coins

Moses had the Jews going well with God
during his lifetime.
But then came the Romans bearing gold
and silver coins to tempt the souls.
And the Jews lost their exemplary religious fervor
and drifted towards the sway of gold.
The Sixth to the Tenth Commandments
were all but snubbed.
And these are the all-important dictates
towards social relationship with the neighbors,
particularly the Ninth, where lies and false witness
may start the formation of cults and nefarious groups
and false pagan religions.
Life started to be controlled by money,
that influenced even the Temple administrators.
People started to complain
that the Ten Commandments were difficult to follow.
And that Lucifer is again hinting that the Creation of Man
was a useless project.
So God decided to go to Plan B,
or that wherein HE will go down to Earth
in the form of Man.
Enter now Jesus, the Redeemer,
the ONE prophesied to be born of a virgin,
to die for Man’s sins,
and to be resurrected.

 

(next : Plan B, The Redemption)

Chapter 8 The Ten Commandments

Sculptured by God,

brought down from the mountain by Moses—-

 

The Ten Commandments

1 “I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage. You shall have no other gods before Me.”

2 “You shall not make for yourself a carved image, or any likeness of anything that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth; you shall not bow down to them nor serve them. For I, the Lord your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children to the third and fourth generations of those who hate Me, but showing mercy to thousands, to those who love Me and keep My Commandments.”

3 “You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, for the Lord will not hold him guiltless who takes His name in vain.”

4 “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy. Six days you shall labor and do all your work, but the seventh day is the Sabbath of the Lord your God. In it you shall do no work: you, nor your son, nor your daughter, nor your male servant, nor your female servant, nor your cattle, nor your stranger who is within your gates. For in six days the Lord made the heavens and the earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day. Therefore the Lord blessed the Sabbath day and hallowed it.”

5 “Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long upon the land which the Lord your God is giving you.”

6 “You shall not kill.”

7 “You shall not commit adultery.”

8 “You shall not steal.”

9 “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.”

10 “You shall not covet your neighbor’s house; you shall not covet your neighbor’s wife, nor his male servant, nor his female servant, nor his ox, nor his donkey, nor anything that belongs to him.”

 

And thus is listed what God requires man to do to regain HIS favor. This list may not be changed , nor edited, nor abrogated, nor shortened, nor pared down. All should be done.

 

And Jesus said,

“Therefore I give you a new commandment, Love Thy Neighbor…”

Would this be considered as the Eleventh Commandment?

If so, is this not further proof that HE is God?

 

Exodus 2

The second Exodus to Israel

was a great lesson learned

after the Jews again abandoned the Promised Land.

So tragic was this second lesson that it cost them

6 million Jews.

No parting of the Red Sea this time–

just crossing a sea–

no Moses here this time.

 

 

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Chapter 6 The Divine Plan

The Divine Plan

God’s Plan for the Redemption
was conceived after the Fall from Grace
of Adam and Eve which removed
the Providential Protection from Paradise.
However, with Man’s unpredictable nature
and his tendency to corrupt himself,
this Divine Plan needed modifications.
Firstly, the whole kaboodle must be cleansed.
The Great Water Deluge slooshed in to Paradise
and Noah had to save the rest of the creatures.
God instructed him to select pairs of the moving creatures
to save in his Ark, distinctly emphasizing PAIRS.
They have to be in pairs so that when two are gathered
in the midst of them would be God, and not Lucifer.
Ultimately, the Ark settled in a place called Eden
where God planned to propagate the world with
Abraham’s brood.

(Notice that this story is out of whack
when it comes to chronology.
This is told in God’s viewpoint, and as so,
time is not under strict consideration
since it does have no bearing
where God is concerned.
After all, wasn’t HE the one that said
“I  AM even before Abraham”
Also, this is not gospel, because I will not be able
to go back that far in time to start one.)

Now where were we?
Oh yes, Abraham.
He is the one who begot a son with Hagar,
the maid servant of his wife, Sarah.
He named this one Ishmael,
and he was sired with Sarah’s consent.
This would make Ishmael legitimate.
But not in God’s eyes.
HE has emphatically  pointed out that
those selected in the Ark would be in PAIRS.
Ishmael, therefore, is a bastard son.
So HE sent Ishmael and Hagar away to
East of Eden
where illicit sex and overpowering lust abound
specifically within Sodom and Gomorrah.
And then Abraham now had a son called Isaac.
God then put Abraham to another test of obedience.
He has to offer Isaac as a sacrifice to God,
a sacrifice which God aborted in time.
So now Abraham’s brood propagated in the land
West of Eden where God again subjected it
under HIS Providential Protection.
HIS Divine Plan continues to unfold to where it
culminates in HIS going down to West of Eden
to personally teach them how to obey HIM
and mostly to worship HIM and to love HIM.
But the lingering thought comes now
that these people failed to worship HIM because
they do not understand what would happen if they
do not worship HIM.
They still do not know why they should worship HIM.
Lucifer was right, these people are being pampered.
HE has provided them with everything they need
West of Eden, and in Paradise, too.
They have taken things for granted.
So HE decided to show the unfortunate things
that would befall them should they forget about HIM
and the good things that would bring them
should they show HIM their supplication.
Consequently, harm and good came to them
in events as told in the Old Testament wherein God
exhibited powers and miracles and communicated
with his chosen Prophets.
These Prophets will actually advise God how to make the
ultimate Redemption of mankind and the idea of Jesus.
But first will come the ultimate Prophet,
Moses,
or he who will present what Jesus will teach—-
The Ten Commandments.
Lately included in these commandments is the one that reads
“Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife”
which is reminiscent of Ishmael.

 

(next : Moses)

Israel

The Land Called Canaan

The Hebrews, now called the Jews,
starred in the Christian Holy Bible,
particularly and exclusively
in the Old Testament.
They starred in those pages
being called the Chosen people of God.
That is, until the Messiah came
in the form if Jesus.
Naturally, which Jew would agree that
the Messiah has come to supplant Judaism.
Anyhow, they became wanderers.
To Egypt first which was a very bad experience.
Thence to the Land of Milk and Honey
where manna from Heaven just floats down
to sustain them.
Somehow, from one flaw or another
the manna stopped coming down
and God cuts off further communication with them.
So they were forced to move out again
in search of manna,
now colloquially termed as money.
This land was vacated and was taken over by
people now called Palestinians.
After another bad experience in Europe,
the compassionate peoples of the world gathered them
and formed an exodus back to the land
of olives and oranges called Israel.
At the same time expelling the Palestinians
from their homes and lands from the land called Israel.
the Wandering Jews are now there to stay.
But a lot has happened–
one particular place is held holy
by other religions.
This place is called Jerusalem
and the people that establishes this place as its capital
will have all the rights to build an army around it
and hold all political authority of the lands
adjacent to it.
And thus now you know the root cause
of the conflict in the land called Israel.

Behold now the sad plight of the world
in this land called Israel
caused by the Jews’ incessant greed
for that manna
that made them desert this place called Israel.
Another lesson from God’s Divine Plan.

 

(next : Chapter 6 The Divine Plan)

Chapter 4 The Chosen People

The Chosen People

So many botched offerings to HIM
has invoked the idea that there would be
a particular group of people that would be
adaptable to follow the cardinal rule
of obedience to HIS commandments.
Then HE saw this group and he liked what HE saw.
They are closely-knit within the family
and with the neighbors.
What is more, they are persevering, industrious,
uncomplaining, obedient, give much adoration
to the father and to the mother, and give gratitude
to whatever entity provided the food on the table.
But what is most—-these people grow their own food
and not raid from others;
even accomplishing what was impossible to do :
make the desert bloom.
Truly amazed is God and Mother Nature.
It is good to communicate with this people, say God,
and HE may even talk to them personally, as one of them.
But this is getting ahead of our story.
Anyway, at present day, even after the changes in liturgy,
the Jews are still HIS Chosen People;
notwithstanding the fact that this people were the ones
that had HIM crucified
and then abandoned the Promised Land.
After all HE has said lovingly,
“They do not know what they are doing.”

 

(next : The Trinity)

Jesus, A Love Story Chapter 3 The Lucifer Test

Chapter 3 The Lucifer test

All three, Lucifer, Adam and Eve
would have been destroyed
but God needed them further.
Besides, God does not destroy.
Mother Nature does destroy what she births.
Unless God interferes.
Mother nature should have been called
the Fourth Person of God, the reasons for which
should require another chapter
maybe even another topic.
God, however, punishes all those who disobeys
and all three were given their just deserts
for what is now called sin against God.
Eve mothered Abel and Cain who, in their effort
to please God thru sacrifice offerings screwed it up
and ended up with brother killing brother.
God now realizes that by instituting free will to all
Man and Angels, He has no way of knowing what
these would do in the future.
For instance, if HE had not stopped Abraham in time,
he would have sacrificed his own son to pass HIS test..
So HE allowed Lucifer to tempt Man.
If Man does what Lucifer entices him to do
then man fails the test and Man falls from His grace.
This is God’s Lucifer Test.
At times, however, Lucifer gets carried away
and enters Man’s body to possess his soul.
In this case, Man gets to sin so bad that his body
deserves this satanic possession.

(next; The Chosen People)

Jesus, A Love Story Chapter 2 The Image

Chapter 2 The Image

God now proceeds to fashion an image of Himself
or a creation which feelings he can feel
which words he can understand
which can reason out the way He can.
Male or female?
He cannot give birth
He can create.
He needs to feel the love between mother and child.
Creating a mother would result to giving this mother
the power to create, or that of a father.
He must therefore create a father, or a male.
And from this male he will create, not give birth,
a female mother.
And so, gathering clay, he spits on it and breathes on
it the life of a father,
the spitting image of Himself,
only the spitting image of Himself
sans the power to create.
From this image comes a rib
which He now fashions to be a mother.
Created now are people
whom we name as Adam and Eve and,
as he fashioned, look exactly like His angels
and being so he expects them to worship and
obey Him just like His angels do.
Adam and Eve inhabit the blue planet but under His
Providential Protection
exactly in that locality known as Paradise.
He laid down the first rule, one of obedience to his rule,
the first of which is not to touch the Tree of Life,
or that Tree which gives birth.
The second rule is to worship Him and to love Him
without compulsion, them now having given free choice.
But one of his angels named Lucifer,
himself being granted free will,
has now become jealous of the new creations
getting more attention from Him.
Lucifer enticed Adam and Eve to exercise their own free will
and savor the Tree of Life.
God was furious,
and He removed His Providential Protection from them
and thereafter they had to do work to sustain their lives.
This event is what we call the Fall From Grace
and is where the love story of Jesus actually begins.

Jesus, A love Story chapter 1

Jesus, A Love Srory
Chapter 1 The Beginning

Before the Beginning was the Void.
Empty as it seems it contains the Heavens
and the Firmament, which moved faster than
the speed of light that rendered them invisible
until God points a finger to one of the particles
and this slowed it down to visibility
bringing with it the rest of what is left.
And thusly did matter materialized
into one big bang.
And then there was light.
God saw this was a better sight
glancing even to one attractive blue planet
which seem to be restless with creatures that quiver
ever so restlessly.
And God proceeded to calm them down,
providing some with gills and fins and snouts,
others with beaks and wings,
others with fangs and furs,
still others with hands and feet.
Better still, to continue this work,
He provided them with a caretaker
who would provide all these things continuously
according to their needs.
He called this entity, Mother Nature, and hencforth
all things that give birth will be called Mother and,
in this case, will be responsible for evolution;
unless God comes in to speed things up.
And this He did when, returning eons later
after completing His Grand Design of
comets, and galaxies, and planets elsewhere,
one activity in this Blue Planet caught His Divine Eye
—-one haired creature nursing a smaller one
and looking at it with tender, caring eyes
and the smaller one touching her cheek
while looking at her eyes so trustingly.
For all the infinite instances of being God,
He has never witnessed anything like this
much less feel what it is like to be loved.
He has all the Angels to care for His needs
or even love Him, but they never can love Him
this way without compulsion.
The Angels are all compelled to love Him because
they are His creations.
He thought it must be more Godly to be loved
by something which is not compelled to do so.
In one Heavenly, impossible instant, God desires
to learn something from His Creation,
but not from something which does not have a choice.
From this desire to learn and be loved without compulsion
comes His one great decree—-

the Granting of Free Will to His Creations.

After which the Light shone even brighter than before.