Those who preach this gospel have issues agreeing with the fact that all but one way to GOD are wrong. Anyway the issue is not just the lack of faith in such complacent preaching but the fact that it tends to be buried between words. Those who peach this false gospel don’t come out and out-rightly say, "I don’t believe in JESUS" or that HE can save me from my hell. They simply imply...the cowardice and suicide of faith is what strikes as a fruit by which we can know.
The gospel of Judas promotes the reinstatement of the instinct of the man while refuting the distinct call of GOD's nature embedded in the soul. This alternate gospel preaches that man is enough: to decide for the being of man.
The truth is the tongue represents our desires and our inner-makeup to life so if we cannot control our desires and the words which we live by, then we have not attained true liberation. If there is evil in the world today, even after salvation, it is by the work of the tongue. James calls it an "unruly evil".
With the tongue, we confirm sin, we conform to sin; we affirm sin and say nothing against sin; we celebrate sin and calibrate sin upon our bodies. With the tongue we desecrate temple walls and make dirty the temple without restrains established originally for GOD and by GOD.
In darkness, our form of righteousness is void; humanity without salvation, without the light of GOD cannot believe the true state of divine expectation. If we must be who we were ordained to, if we must see pass these divisions that darkness has established, if we must go beyond this incarceration that darkness has ordered, we must step out of the void; come out of the darkness, become separated from darkness and come into the light.
For the Christian, “how” addresses the process in its entirety and even though we can affirm that we would not know everything and the mechanisms that bring them, we are left to contend with the very crack in our faith when asked the process of it all. But not the Christian alone. Ask how the big bang happened...oh-yes, we are getting somewhere. You'll be asked how GOD happened, too, and then we can all begin to scratch at the very feebleness of our wits. But one of us would be closer if we took opposing sides – that's for sure.
The little things bring great results, like the seed, the rain drop, the distant sun, the mindful prayer, the silence, the working nap, the creative thought, the memory of GOD that wades off sin. The truth is only a little selection of things bring greatness.
There is this fear of the followers which guides them to protect the opinion of their leader. "The leaders has to be right,'' says the follower. If the leader is sane then we are sane for following a sane person. If the leader is foolish, then we are all fools one way or the other. The follower falls prey to defending the leader because in so doing, the follower is defended. If you strike the head, the body does fall and so the body defends the head one way or the other. If you want to dispatch the sheep, hang the shepherd. It happens to the best of us, when the integrity of the head is at stake, the body either defends the head or seeks ways to self-preserve the rest of the members. The best of humanity knows this: attack the problem and the symptoms shall flee. Elijah knew this when he challenged Baal through the Carmel Mountain contest.
Christianity is a continuity of overcoming. We have temptations and mental tempests to sail through; we have weaknesses and feeble points to fortify. For the Christian, we must admit this because if we say we don't have these, we would be lying.