I make it no secret these days I believe in Father (God), Jesus Christ (Yeshua) and the Holy Spirit. However, not in the same manner as I believe most people do.
Father (God) is our creator. Jesus Christ is the gift he bestowed upon mankind as his begotten son as Messiah/Savior. The Holy Spirit is the “glue” that binds us all and the strength of that glue depends on each person as they go about their daily lives. The more righteous a person chooses to live, the stronger that glue becomes. However, spend a lifetime of neglect and destructive ways of living and the material is so badly compromised that unless there is genuine attempt to save it, it becomes utterly destroyed.
We, the material, rely on the creativity of Father/God to make us what we are. We, the material, rely on Jesus/Yeshua to continue using Holy Spirit (glue) on us to turn us from boring cardboard cutouts into brilliant temples that are designed to not only stand the test of time, but house ourselves with as much faith as we can in order to glorify it.
Also, we the material, must realize the difference between relying on various religious cults and relying on God’s Word. Failure to do this weakens the effectiveness the Holy Spirit’s glue has on us and makes it harder for Jesus Christ to work with us to keep the temple strong, faithful and glorified.
This is why, despite following Father & Jesus that I will never follow a religious cult of any kind. I am of Christian faith, yes, but I will not hook up with the “mother and daughters” we’ve been warned about in the Holy Bible. And neither should any of you.
Why? Because those are counterfeit artists who try to come across as their own version of prophetic messiahs and not one of them has the integrity level as Jesus himself. When they work with us, the material, they don’t use the Holy Spirit’s glue to design us. They use cheap duct tape, thinking it’ll do the job to build strong temples. What they don’t realize is over time duct tape frays and weakens. Eventually, they can no longer hold together the temple, even if the material still seems to be in relatively good condition. Also, duct tape cannot glorify a temple in splendor. If anything, all duct tape does is diminish what could have otherwise been a faithfully brilliant sculpture of wonderous achievement.
When you look at everything on earth as an art gallery and have the glue of the Holy Spirit firmly keeping you as the material together as an indestructable temple, you can easily see the flaws of the duct tape copycats who try to compete for some kind of glorification of their existence. However, the type of glory they receive is short-term at best as they have the captive audience that turn fickle in a hurry. People get bored too easily, especially once they see the flaws of whatever temple wowed them for the time being become harder to ignore. Only the blind will fail to acknowledge the flaws and stay put while the rest will turn their attention to something else.
By instinct, people are drawn to theatrics, which is something Satan, the mothers and daughters of copycats and their false prophets use to keep them distracted. It is they that have mastered the art of using duct tape to completely wrap each temple (person) they get their hands on. They do this for two reasons. The first is to have a person fooled into thinking they become strong with false teachings, even as going far as wrapping duct tape around their eyes so they don’t see through the veils of deceit for what it is.
The second is to have each person bound so that even if they see through the veils of deceit, they have their work cut out for them to break through the duct tape. They have to find a way to speed up their fight for freedom as the copycat artists continue to roll layer upon layer of duct tape upon them. It becomes a race for each temple to not get so weighed down by all that duct tape that they ultimately collapse into a lifeless heap of rubble.
As for the glue of the Holy Spirit, one which was created by Father/God and utilized by Jesus Christ and all those who believe in him, this creates a truly indestructible temple. Using nothing but vigilant faith and truth, these temples learn how to absorb the glue in such a manner so that they are not bogged down into nothingness. Instead, the weight they take on strengthens them to the point where if copycat artists attempt to use duct tape on them it will be in vain.
Through my own personal observation, as I can feel myself become stronger as a temple who is completely loyal to Jesus Christ and to our Father, I often find myself bombarded by copycats who insist to throw duct tape on me. It’s quite the battle to keep that duct tape off, but it’s one I must fight daily in order to stay strong. It’s something each of us has to do if we expect to be properly glorified as God’s material of creation.
When the Grand Opening of God’s Kingdom opens those doors, I want as many of us fine sculptures to be part of that experience. It’s a no duct tape zone, so make sure you keep those who want to throw that on you as far away from yourself as you can.