Sunday, 31 January 2010

Man and the Animals

The other evening I was asked about the animals because a man felt they were encroaching upon what he had planted. The animals were eating his food that he had planted. We find this beautiful response in the Gospel of Philip that was removed from the bible.

"The superiority of man is not obvious to the eye, but lies in what is hidden from view. Consequently, he has mastery over the animals which are stronger than he is and great in terms of the obvious and the hidden. This enables them to survive. But if man is separated from them, they slay one another and bite one another. They ate one another because they did not find any food. But now they have found food because man tilled the soil.

If one goes down into the water and comes up without having received anything, and says "I am a Christian," he has borrowed the name at interest. But if he receives the Holy Spirit, he has the name as a gift. He who has received a gift does not have to give it back, but of him who has borrowed it at interest, payment is demanded. This is the way it happens to one when he experiences a mystery." from the Gospel of Philip that was removed from the bible. 

As God said "Eat no meat with hooves". 

The message from the Gospel of Philip brings many messages on many different levels to those that have the eyes to see them. 

Blessings in abundance 

Eliakim xxx

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