8 comments on “The Parable Of Noah’s Ark

  1. So in conclusion is it fair to say the fall of man was due to the fact that man hurried his divine evolution by seeking the secrets of heaven and faith through the physical senses? So then,working on that premise, when an individual attains enlightenment on this early plane of existance, is it false to assume that any knowledge or intuition experienced by the physical form is not true? Or are there limits as to what can be learn before enlightenment and after? And further, before after spiritual enlightenment ie: life and death?

    • At first it definitely looks like that…but to the contrary, the problem with people of the time was that all they know was to worship the Lord ! Now this contrasted with what the Lord wants people who will love for what He is not because they have no alternative…FREEDOM of choice. Remember the Lord was fully aware of what was happening. This is why when this very “freedom” came under threat, the Lord came Himself to save human kind (not to die for their sins, as most Christian world believes !). Freedom was one of five things the Lord had to do…to save humanity, thereby save heaven…because heaven is made of people from earth “mostly” and others from other worlds.

      • Lol sounds to me like a whole bunch of spirits need to be awakened ASAP before the second coming, or put retrospectively, the full impact of the fall of man is appreciated… I’ve been reading the science of mind, the untethered soul, the power of now and a few websites about self awakening and the like, and I can truly say I’m on the right track, though my biggest if not only trouble is in living the word. I’ve seen a glimpse of my destiny and that is to live like Jesus, not literally walk around in a white robe with a long white beard telling people to walk on water, but metaphysically being a divine being loving myself and others as one, as the whole being of God. But I feel as though I might have missed a step because my dreams and hopes and ambitions seem to be on the other side of the coin between my ultimate destiny as a spirit going through a human experience, and my human form going through a spiritual experience. I don’t know if it makes sense but I’m on the verge of a mental breakdown because I need answers. And funny enough all the material I’ve read point inward, they tell me the answers are in the questions themselves and within me, and I can only appreciate that to the extent that I actually understand it. HELP?

    • Hi, I didn’t see this question. The three layers mean that, you get the literal meaning, but then there is a level dipper which is called the Spiritual meaning, then even dipper the Celestial

      Here is a simple example from the the Ten Commandments.
      “Do not steal”
      The literal sense means I must not take what is not mine without permission.
      The Spiritual sense though means I must not deceitful turn you away from the Lord (for instance discourage in doing good things.)
      The Celestial meaning is when I believe everything good comes not from the Lord but me (I’m taking away what belongs to the Lord alone and making it my own creation)

      I hope that will assist you.
      Regards

    • These levels in their original represents the levels of heaven. But to simplify that, Scripture is directed at different types of people, the literal meaning is normally best for kids and people are who are new in Christianity, the second level is generally for people who are familiar with Scripture but are not familiar with the fact that the Word has hidden meanings and there third level is for those who already know Scripture has hidden meanings interested in the source of it all which is the Lord.

      Regards

      • Oh ok. I was thinking it would be like the conscious mind, subconscious mind, and unconscious mind. Or the maybe the ego, id and super-ego.
        Another thing that has me tripped up is the floodwaters representing the falsities. Didn’t God send the floodwaters? How could God send falsities? (I think of the flood as divine wrath… after all in Revelation, John says on New Earth there will be no more sea, representing lack of divine wrath.)

        Thanks

      • Hi Chris, keep in the mind, the Lord is NOT in the business of killing humans. Won’t it be hypocrisy of him to kill others with the flood but decide to save others by dying for them… Regards

        On Mon, 14 Mar 2016, 17:54 mandlastole's Blog wrote:

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