Jimmy: I was in total awe, Jesus. I still am in awe!

Jesus.
Of course, awe should be reserved for revelation, to which it is perfectly and correctly applicable. It is not appropriate for miracles because a state of awe is worshipful, implying that one of a lesser order stands before his Creator.

You are a perfect creation, and should experience awe only in the Presence of the Creator of perfection. The miracle is therefore a sign of love among equals. Equals should not be in awe of one another because awe implies inequality. It is therefore an inappropriate reaction to me.

Jimmy: I'm in awe of you Jesus.

Jesus:
Think of me as an elder brother, Jimmy. Entitled to respect for his greater experience, and obedience for his greater wisdom. He is also entitled to love because he is a brother, and to devotion if he is devoted. It is only my devotion that entitles me to yours. There is nothing about me that you cannot attain.

He continues Ö

Innocence is incapable of sacrificing anything, because the innocent mind has everything and strives only to protect its wholeness. It cannot project. It can only honor other minds, because honor is the natural greeting of the truly loved to others who are like them.

The lamb "taketh away the sins of the world" in the sense that the state of innocence, or grace, is one in which the meaning of the Atonement is perfectly apparent.

The Atonement (undoing of errors) is entirely unambiguous. It is perfectly clear because it exists in light. Only the attempts to shroud it in darkness have made it inaccessible to those who do not choose to see.


Jimmy: That is way, way different that I thought about your death on the cross, Jesus?

Jesus:
Yes, Jimmy, I know it is.

How Miracles Work

Jimmy: Jesus, now that I have experienced seeing God's form on earth, would you explain how that happened.

Was it a miracle?

Jesus: You received the miracle of forgiveness and for an instant experienced childlike faith. Revelation, the result of the miracle, induces complete but temporary suspension of doubt and fear.

It reflects the original form of communication between God and His creations, involving the extremely personal sense of creation sometimes sought in physical relationships. Physical closeness cannot achieve it.

Miracles, however, are genuinely interpersonal, and result in true closeness to others. Revelation unites you directly with God. Miracles unite you directly with others.

Revelation, like you experienced Jimmy, is intensely personal and cannot be meaningfully translated. That is why any attempt to describe it in words is impossible.

Revelation induces only experience. Miracles, on the other hand, induce action. Revelation is literally unspeakable because it is an experience of unspeakable love.

Awe should be reserved for the Creator of All

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No man cometh unto the Father but by me" does not mean that I am in any way separate or different from you except in time, and time does not really exist.

The statement is more meaningful in terms of a vertical rather than a horizontal axis. You stand below me and I stand below God. In the process of "rising up," I am higher because without me the distance between God and man would be too great for you to encompass.

Jimmy: Then your job is ...

Jesus:
My task is to bridge the distance between everyone here and God.

My devotion to my brothers and sisters has placed me in charge of the Sonship, which I render complete because I share it.

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