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The Holy Spirit's Interpretation of Matthew
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NTI Matthew, Chapter 1

(v 1 - 25)Joseph had a question in his mind, and he was unsure about what he should do. Although he had a thought as to what he should do, he did not consider it decided. He left his mind open, because he was unsure, and in his choice to remain open, he asked for wisdom. And the wisdom was given him. He recognized it, and he did as it asked.

This is a symbol for you to follow in all things. Ideas may come, but if you do not know they are of Me, consider them not decided. Be open to new guidance, but do not worry if different guidance does not come. If you do not feel clearly that you are to do something different than that which you thought to do, do that which you thought to do, and trust that it is from Me.

NTI Matthew, Chapter 2

(v 1 - 23) The truth is shown through guidance. The entire route you are to follow is not revealed from beginning to end all at once, but it is revealed to you step-by-step. Trust your Lord, the God within, which guides you. It guides you now. Do not question, "Where is this taking me?" Have faith it is for the good of all and the purpose of oneness, and it will certainly bring you great joy!

NTI Matthew, Chapter 3

(v 1 - 17)This is not a story of form. It is a story of mind. John is the observer, the one who told you sorting of thought is necessary. He is the one that called upon you to pay attention and choose a different way of thought. He pointed in the direction that would perform the sorting for you, to the one that would cherish and honor your thoughts of love while undoing permanently your thoughts that never were. He called this one the Son of God, and this one is in your mind, waiting for you to accept Him now.

NTI Matthew, Chapter 4

(v 1 - 25) With the Spirit, you shall examine your thoughts. It is your true Spirit that will guide you to choose truly.

Once the choice is made, the time of service will begin. It is in this time that a gathering will begin. You will gather around you that which is needed to serve, and the gathering shall be effortless and without thought.

Once the mind has been cleansed, the following will be effortless. First focus on the cleansing, and in peace you shall know that you are led truly.

NTI Matthew, Chapter 5

(v 3) Blessed are the poor in spirit, for they are already one with God. (v 4) Blessed are those who have tired of this world, for they will be comforted.

(v 5)Blessed are the peaceful and joyous, for they will see the world as it really is.

(v 6) Blessed are those who seek truth above all else, for it will be given them.

(v 7) Blessed are those who forgive their evil thoughts, for they will find the light that is their true Source.

(v 8) Blessed are the enlightened, for they know.

(v 9) Blessed are they who share My Word in love, for they shall shine like beacons for all men to see, and they shall be recognized as the Son that is.

(v 10) Blessed are those who see only Love in their brothers, for they know what they have found.

(v 11 - 12) Blessed is he who has removed value from this world and placed it in Heaven, for he knows where his treasure lies.

Blessed are the ones who know their Father, for they know the reason they rejoice. Their joy is one, because it is whole and complete as it has always been, and so it is perfect.

Rise up today, my brothers, and hold hands within your hearts. Love one another, and in so doing, you give the gift of love to your Father. Be at peace and rest in contentment with one another, for all is well as only it could ever be. Peace abides in you today and forever. Amen.

(v 13 - 16)The world is meaningless. All that brings meaning to the world is you, for you are all there is. Your truth is your light. It is your truth that shall shine and be known, that all men may see their truth within you and know it is within them too.

(v 17 - 20) The laws of men are based on the laws of God, but the laws of men are a reflection of truth and not truth itself. One cannot find truth by following the laws of men if there is hatred or fear in his heart. The laws of men must be followed in true love and intent for a witness to occur unto yourself. For when you have discovered the law within your heart and you follow the guidance of true law that is shared from within, you follow the path of righteousness that will lead you from a focus on this world to the light of the kingdom of Heaven.

(v 21 - 22) The law of men is written to protect men and to teach them to behave, but the law of the Heart is beyond this world. It is like a path that you shall follow to higher ground. Its purpose is not to protect man from man, but to lead a man from his manhood to his true Self, which is beyond the self he knows when he limits righteousness to the laws of men.

(v 23, 24) Your brother is one with you in the Heart, and so it is the heart that must be healed. Do not carry a grievance against your brother within your heart, regardless of what he may have seemed to do. Righteousness does not abide in the laws or customs of men. Righteousness abides beyond the laws and customs of men. Forgive your brother, that you may love him again in the joy and happiness of the Heart, and in your dance with him, you will find what righteousness is.