Exhumator Esoterics

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The Holy Spirit's Interpretation of 1 Timothy
Exhumator Esoterics
Exhumator Esoterics





(v 8 - 10) If you are the observer, the person in the drama must be an act. And if the person is an act, it is not you. Test this idea, and watch it. You will see it is true. You can observe the person in act, because the person in act is not you.

(v 11) in the same way, observe other persons in act, remembering the act is not reality. Step back, even as you seem to act, and you will see that the acting is in action, but the acting does not define you. You are beyond the acting. In this thought, you begin to grasp you.

(v 12,13) Manage yourself well by being the observer in peace. Have faith that all that you observe, and that which you see, is but a stepping stone in the pool of all that is and all that you are.

(v 14 - 16) All that you are is beyond the observer, but the observer is a step in the right direction. For as observer, you begin to surrender the concept of personhood by accepting you can observe the person, so the person must not be all that you are.

NTI 1 Timothy, Chapter 4

(v 1 - 5) Love thy Self. To Know thy Self, you must be willing to love thy Self. But to love thy Self is not to love the personhood, nor is it to reject the personhood, for nothing within God can be rejected by Love. To love thy Self is to love all things and all circumstances, because you know all things and all circumstances come into being through God, which is all that is. Be grateful for the process that is God. In this way, you come to know within awareness that which is God, and you come to accept and love thy Self.

(v 6 - 8) To train yourself in godliness, be willing to rest the mind frequently. Be willing to step back and observe while remembering all that I have taught you. Remember that all circumstances come to you for your awakening, because you are the creative process that is God and awakening is the purpose you have chosen.

Look at your circumstances and remember your purpose, while remembering who you are. Place your faith with your motive as you look. In this way, you will be grateful for all things and all circum- stances, because you see them in the light of purpose. In this way, you shall always rejoice, because you know there is no cause that can lead you away from rejoicing.

(v 9, 10) This is a trustworthy saying that deserves full acceptance:

 All things work together for God,
 and the purpose of God is to Know thy Self.

Therefore, love thy Self in all ways and all circumstances, and you accept the gratitude that is in alignment with purpose.

(v 11 - 14) Believe all things as a message from your Self, and you teach in all circumstances that you are the one you are. Through teaching this lesson, you learn it. Through learning it, you grow to accept it. Through acceptance, you love it, and through love, you surrender to the truth that is all things.

(v 15, 16) Make this thought your way of life. Put no purpose before Me, because I am you and your only purpose is true purpose. Live in purpose for everyone and all things, for your joy is their joy, because your joy is true joy.

Rest within your purpose in quiet gratitude. It is through quiet gratitude that you shall awaken unto your truth.

NTI1 Timothy, Chapter 5

(v 1,2) To love thy Self is to love all and to accept all as you.

This is to let go of personhood, for personhood says, "I am me, and they are them." But this statement is absolutely false. Look on your brother and your sister, whether they seem older or younger, smarter or more foolish, richer or poorer, more beautiful or more in need. Look on your brother and your sister and accept that they are you. This acceptance is the opening to the release of personhood.

(v 3 - 8) Everyone is your family, not within the concept of personhood, but within the concept of expression. The concept of personhood says, "I am me, and they are them. But my family is an extension of the thought 'I,' so they are closer to 'I than are those who stand further away as 'them.'"

The concept of personhood is the concept of division and separation, so that even within the idea of my family, "I am me, and they are them." The concept of expression is the understanding and acceptance of symbolism. Expression says, "This world is an illusion. It is the expression of the freedom of the Son of God. therefore, everything I see and experience is a symbol of that one expression. As the symbol of one expression, it is also one. Therefore, what seems many is one. This is the meaning of the word 'family'."

(v 9, 10) There is only one family in God, because there is only one God.

There are no differences among people, and so there are no rules they must follow. This is a simple statement within the release of personhood. Personhood does see differences and rules and expectations, and it makes judgments. But personhood is a measuring stick built to maintain the illusion of separateness.