God will make all things new

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We have put our leg in 2016. It is the time for the battle of GOOD & EVIL. God has shared His  secrets with me “Behold, I will make the all things new”. God wants to do new things in the lives of His children. And He will surely do the same for the people. Thus keep your faith  and develop a closer relationship with God through Prayer and repent for doing  mistake & for doing sin. Live each day through the guidance of the Holy Spirit expecting new things. They shall come to pass according to the Word said in Bible, Isaiah 43:19, “See, I am doing a new thing! Now it springs up.” Lord said in Bible, Rev. 21:5 God sat upon the throne said, Behold, I make all things new. And he said unto me, Write: for these words are true and faithful.

People can never bring new blessings by ourselves. When the Holy Spirit renews us every day, new blessings reach us automatically. In order that we should not become weary and get destroyed, the Lord is renewing the inner man by His Holy Spirit. This is going to happen to you all through this blessed year.

According to His promise, He is making everything new. In His grace, compassion and out of His great love for you, He will fill you with His  Spirit, this Year. He will renew your inner man.

What exactly is it that God has done for you that no one else on earth can? He has wiped the slate clean. With man it is hard to forget wrongs, no matter how hard you try, or how much you pay, there is always someone somewhere who remembers what you did who is unwilling to let it go and forget about it, whereas with God, when He forgives He also no longer has a need to call it to mind. It is all written in the Holy book which holds the story of our lives. One day we will remember with tears during the judgment all of our sins and failings, but we are encouraged to know that Lord is right there with us receiving again and He is ready to give His glory to whom those are repenting for their committing sin and keep faith in God, so for them until judgment it’s like it never happened.

God wants us to know the simplicity of His plan; that everything has been taken care of, that His grace and salvation are made just for us and they are free. Not because of anything we did or didn’t do. He loved us and saw us in our misery and gave us salvation and then He made us a new creation, a triangle that can never again fit into a square life, to Him the old life means nothing! It doesn’t matter whether we were a good person who never broke the law, or the most evil person on the face of the earth, once you are forgiven and made new that’s all that counts to Him, the new creation. Now if you committed crimes that earned you time in jail, God may rescue you from it, or give you a purpose to fulfill behind bars.  We don’t earn salvation; He gives it freely to all who love Him. Once you’re saved, all you have to do is abide in Him, live a life worthy of the offering He gave. You don’t have to keep getting saved, it’s like applying for a job that you already have all over again, nothing you can do will make Him love you more. Just be what He called you to be and do the task He has given you, willingly with joy and love, and nothing you have done will make Him close the door,  unless you openly reject Him and spit in His face by continuing to be rebellious and unsubmissive to the life He gave you to save you from Hell. Bible, Galatians 6 : 15prophesied – Neither circumcision nor uncircumcision means anything; what counts is a new creation.

God does not promise joyful circumstances, but He does promise joy in the circumstances, you just have to look for it. And what greater joy is there than to know that you are where the Lord wants you to be and you are doing what God has called you to do and having a joyful attitude about it besides? That is what counts: not where you are or what the job is, but that you rejoice in it.

Bible, Rev. 21:1-5 prophesied – Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth; for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea was no more. And I saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband; and I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, “Behold, the dwelling of God is with men. He will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God himself will be with them; he will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning nor crying nor pain any more, for the former things have passed away.” And he who sat upon the throne said, “Behold I make all things new.” Also he said, “Write this, for these words are trustworthy and true.” And he said to me, “It is done! I am the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end. To the thirsty I will give from the fountain of the water of life without payment. He who conquers shall have this heritage, and I will be his God and he shall be my son.

There are Four  Ways in Which God Will Make All Things New; it is as below:

The  purpose of God for creation and for His people will not be complete until all things are made new and the glory of the Lord fills them all. In Bible, Rev 21:5 God says, “Behold, I make all things new.” And He enforces the certainty of it in two ways. He is sitting on His throne when He says it—the throne of the universe. “He who sat upon the throne said, ‘Behold I make all things new.'” And after He had said it, He added, “Write this, for these words are trustworthy and true.” So God wants us to read this and be sure of it. He wants us to have assurance that no matter how much evil and suffering and futility we see now, He will make all things new.

Let’s look at four ways the newness is coming:

1. Spiritually and Morally New

God is going to make us spiritually and morally new and glorious.

The Greatest Frustration of This Age is before us. The greatest frustration of this age is that we are still doing sin. Bible, Romans 7 describes this painful truth. According to the Romans 7 : 23–24: “I delight in the law of God in my inmost self, but I see in my members another law at war with the law of my mind.” This war is the most frustrating thing about life in this age—at least it is for the children of God. We want to be holy and we fall short of the holiness we long for. We want to love and we say hurtful things. We want to worship and we feel cold. We want to walk in peace and we feel anxiety. We want to be pure in thought and impurity bombards our minds. There is some progress as the Spirit helps us in our weakness. But what we long for is deliverance from this bent to sinning.

Vision of the Beautified Bride:

That is what God promises when He makes all things new. We will be made spiritually and morally new—not just partially as now, but wholly. Look at Rev. 21:2: “And I saw the holy city, new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband.”

This is a picture of the Lord’s temple prepared and beautified for her husband, Lord God. When God makes all things new, He makes the Lord’s temple—the people of God—spiritually and morally beautiful for His Son. Look at the way this is described in Bible, Rev. 21 9–11:

 Then came one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls full of the seven last plagues, and spoke to me, saying, “Come, I will show you the Bride, the wife of the Lamb.” 

And in the Spirit he carried me away to a great, high mountain, and showed me the holy city Jerusalem coming down out of heaven from God (the same image as in Rev. 21: 2), 

having the glory of God, its radiance like a most rare jewel, like a jasper, clear as crystal.

When God makes the bride ready for the Son, the way he does it is by giving us His glory—Rev. 21: 11: “having the glory of God.” And this glory will purify us so deeply and so thoroughly that we will be like a rare jewel, clear as crystal. Don’t you long for the day when you will be so good and so right and so pure that you will be like a translucent jewel that people will look at and see straight through without seeing any impurity at all? Nothing hidden and nothing shameful.

That’s the first way the newness is coming. God will make us spiritually and morally beautiful for our final marriage with His Son.

2. Physically and Bodily New

Second, God is going to make us physically and bodily new and glorious.

The Bible does not teach that the final state of glory is one of disembodied spirits. He wanted it that way because they thought the body was a drag on the freedom of the spirit. But the Bible teaches a very different destiny for God’s people. God will make all things new—including our bodies.

Bible, Rev. 21: 4 points in this direction: “He will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and death shall be no more, neither shall there be mourning nor crying nor pain any more, for the former things have passed away.”

No more death. No more pain. No more tears. What that means is that the body we know now will be changed. Because it dies. And it hurts. And it cries. If death is gone and pain is gone and tears are gone, then the body as we know it here is gone. That may sound like Plato—good riddance to the body of pain. Revelation is plain that the point is not good riddance to the body but that God will make all things new.

A Glorified Body Like Lord’s

Paul put it like this in Bible, Philippians 3:20-21

Our commonwealth is in heaven, and from it we await a Savior, the Lord, who will change the body of our lowliness to be like the body of His glory, according to the working by which he is able to subdue all things to Himself.

It is prophesied in Bible “We shall certainly be united to him in a resurrection like his.” It is a new body: it will never die again, it will never hurt again, it will never cry again—except perhaps for joy.

There are a lot of people who feel that they didn’t get a fair shake when the bodies were passed out. Some people have dramatic deformities, some have lost limbs, some are paralyzed, some can’t hear, some can’t see, some have extensive skin blemishes, some have freakish distortions. But God has no intention of leaving anybody in that condition if they will trust him. He has his purposes in letting a man be born blind and leaving him blind for much of his adult life (Bible, John 9:1). But He has no intention of leaving anyone with pain and disability who trusts in Him.

Now question is When God makes all things new, He makes our bodies new?

3. The New Creation

Third, God is going to make the creation new and glorious.

This is the point of Bible, Rev. 21: 1: “Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and the sea was no more.” I don’t think this means that God picks us up and takes us to a new solar system—though he certainly could if he wanted to. The hope of the prophets seems to be that this earth and these heavens will be made new. God will renovate the whole thing—a kind of global rehab project. And everything futile and evil and painful will be done away.

Paul put it like this in Bible, Romans 8:21 “The creation itself will be set free from its bondage to decay and obtain the liberty of the glory of the children of God.” The newness and the glory of the Lord’s temple, the children of God, is primary and first. But then God promises that the glory of His people will demand a glorious creation to live in. So the fallen creation will obtain the very freedom from futility and evil and pain that the Lord’s temple is given.

So when God makes all things new, He makes us new spiritually and morally, He makes us new physically, and then He makes the whole creation new so that our environment fits our perfected spirits and bodies.

4. A New Relationship with God

God will make our relationship with him new and glorious.

John tells us about this in Bible, Rev. 21: 3 “I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, ‘Behold, the dwelling of God is with men. He will dwell with them, and they shall be his people, and God Himself will be with them.”

It’s true that God is with us now. His Spirit dwells in us (Bible, 1 Corinthians 6:19). Lord promised never to leave us to the end of the age (Bible, Metthew 28:20). But in Bible, 2 Corinthians 5:6-7 Paul said, “While we are at home in the body, we are away from the Lord, here we walk by faith and not by sight.”

So there is a deep and painful sense in which we are “away from the Lord”—we do not see as we will one day see. “Blessed are the pure in heart,” Lord said, “for they shall see God.” It’s a promise. Something greater is coming for all of us in our relation with God.

How many times will a little child say what we all feel, “But daddy, I can’t see Him”? That is a real heart cry that we should never lose. Bible, Rev. 22:4 gives the answer to it: “They shall see His face and His name shall be on their foreheads.”

When God makes all things new, He will make us spiritually and morally as pure as flawless crystal, He will give us a body like the body of His glory, He will renovate all creation to take all futility and evil and pain out of it, and finally He Himself will come to us and let us see His face. And so forever and ever we will live with pure hearts and glorious bodies on a new earth in the presence and the glory of our heavenly Father.


Blessing Of Almighty God

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It is true that you serve a God of miracles. But prepare  yourself mentally or emotionally for hearing something unpleasant, because what I am going to say about that will come as a total shock to some of you. The Lord’s preference is not to meet your needs through a miracle.

A miracle, is as the acceptance of natural laws, and personally, I have received many. There is no doubt in my mind that the Lord performs miracles and uses them like a bell to draw people unto Himself.

But let me ask you, would you rather receive a miracle of healing or live with the blessing of good health? Would you rather have the Lord perform a miracle to pull you out of bankruptcy or be so blessed financially that He would not have to? I think the logical answer to both of those questions is obvious.

It is always better to avoid problems, which is the result of living in blessing, than it is to be delivered out of them, which requires a miracle. There are three important reasons for receiving from God through blessings rather than miracles. (1) blessings prevent crises, while miracles deliver from crises. (2) a blessing is always a more abundant supply than a miracle. And (3) miracles are a temporary fix, while blessings are permanent solutions. Therefore, if you’re living from miracle to miracle, it probably means you’re living from crisis to crisis.

God’s original intent for His creation was to function under His blessing instead of a miracle. If sin had not corrupted God’s creation, there would be no need for miracles. Everyone would be healthy, everyone would be prosperous, and strife, the cause of broken relationships and wars, would not even exist.

Unfortunately, there is corruption in the earth, and there will always be a place for miracles. However God not only forgave us of our sins, He redeemed us from the curse and placed blessings on His followers.

Bible, Galatians 3:13 says, “Lord hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree.” If we will believe we are blessed and act accordingly, we can avoid many of the problems that make us candidates for miracles.

Some believers pray for financial miracles but they are not practicing the principle of giving and will not work. They know God loves them, so they are counting on and believing for a miracle. And that is just what it will take. They are not obeying God’s Word in faith, so they can not receive the blessing God has spoken over them.

The Lord told us to work so that He would bless the work of our hands and that if we would give, it would be given unto us. Bible, 2 Thessalonians 3:10 has prophesied, “For even when we were with you, this we commanded you, that if any would not work, neither should he eat.” Bible, Deuteronomy 28:12 prophesied, “The LORD shall open unto thee his good treasure, the heaven to give the rain unto thy land in his season, and to bless all the work of thine hand: and thou shalt lend unto many nations, and thou shalt not borrow.” Bible, Luke 6:38 prophesied, “Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again. If we do not obey Him in these commands, it is either because of ignorance or we do not fully trust His promises. That does not mean the Lord hates us, but it means our unbelief is stopping the blessing He has spoken from coming to pass in our lives. So, lack of faith in God’s blessing causes us to enter into crisis, and right before disaster, if we continue steadfast in our belief for a miracle, we receive just enough to get us over the hump.
The blessing of the LORD brings wealth, and he adds no trouble to it. When you seek the guidance of the Lord in your life, He will bless you abundantly with His riches. In the period of famine  “ Isaac sowed in that land, and reaped in the same year a hundred-fold” (Genesis 26:12). Though it was a period of famine, wherever the servants of Isaac dug a well, they struck water! (Genesis 26:19,32). God blessed everything that he did.
“The blessing of the LORD makes one rich, and He adds no sorrow with it.” (Bible, Proverbs 10:22) Temporal blessing, as well as spiritual, comes from Him. “The LORD makes poor, and makes rich” (Bible, 1 Samuel 2:7). God is the sovereign Disposer of material wealth. If it is received by birth or inheritance — it is by His providence. If it comes by gift — He moved the donors to bestow. If it accumulates as the result of hard work, skill or thrift — He bestowed the talent, directed its use, and granted the success. This is made abundantly clear in the Scriptures. “The LORD has blessed my master greatly…he has given him flocks, and herds, and silver, and gold” (Bible, Gen 24:35). “Isaac sowed in that land, and received the same year an hundredfold: and the LORD blessed him” (Bible, Gen 26:12).
So it is with us. Then say not in your heart, “The might of my hand or brains, has gotten me this temporal prosperity.” “But you shall remember the LORD your God: for it is HE who gives you power to get wealth” (Bible, Deu 8:17-18). When riches are acquired by God’s blessing on honest industry, there is no accusing conscience to sour the same, and if “sorrow” attends the use or enjoyment of them, it is due entirely unto our own folly.
But it is upon the spiritual blessings which God bestows upon His people, that we shall now write. “Blessed is the man whom you chose, and cause to approach unto you, that he may dwell in your courts” (Psalm 65:4). There is no doubt that the primary reference there (though not th e exclusive one) is unto “the son of God” (Bible, 1 Timothy 2:5), for as God-man, He is what He is by the grace of election, when His humanity was chosen and fore-ordained unto union with one of the persons in the Godhead. None other than JEHOVAH proclaimed Him “my elect, in whom my soul delighted” (Bible, Isa 42:1). As such, He is “the man that is My fellow, says the LORD Almighty” (Bible, Zechariah 13:7), the “Heir of all things” (Bible, Heb 1:2). God was not chosen for us, but for God: and we were chosen for God, to be His bride.
The essence of all blessedness is to be in Lord, and those who partake of it do so by the act of God — as the fruit of His everlasting love unto them. “Blessed be the God, who has blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Lord: according as He has chosen us in Him before the foundation of the world” (Bible, Eph 1:3-4). In that initial blessing of election, all others are wrapped up, and, in due course, we are made partakers of them. It is both the duty and privilege of every sin-laden soul to come unto Lord to rest, nevertheless, it is equally true that no man can come to Him except the Father draws him (Bible, John 6:44). Likewise it devolves upon all who hear the Gospel to respond to that call, “Incline your ear, and come unto me: hear, and your soul shall live” (Bible, Isa 56:3), yet how can those who are dead in trespasses and sins (Bible, Eph 2:1) do so? They can not! They must first be divinely quickened into newness of life.
“As the dew that descended upon the mountains of Zion: for there the LORD commanded the blessing, even life for evermore” (Bible, Psalm 83:3). A beautiful figure of that divine operation is here set before us. In eastern lands, the earth is hard, dry, barren — so our natural hearts. The “dew” descends from above silently, mysteriously, imperceptibly, moistening the ground, imparting vitality unto vegetation making the mountainside fruitful. Such is the miracle of the new birth. Life is communicated by divine fiat. Not a probationary or conditional one, not a fleeting or temporal one, but spiritual and endless, for the stream of regeneration can never dry up.
When God “commands,” He communicates (Bible, Psalm 42:8; 68:28; 111:9); as the blessing is a divine favor — so the manner bestowing it is sovereign. That is solely His prerogative, for man can do nothing but beg. “Zion” is the place of all spiritual blessings (Bible, Heb 12:22-24).
“Blessed is the people that know the joyful sound: they shall walk, LORD, in the light of your countenance” (Bible, Psalm 89:15). This is one of the blessed effects of divine quickening. When one has been born of the Spirit, the eyes and ears of his soul are opened to cognize spiritual things. Observe that it is not merely they “hear the joyful sound,” for many do that without any experiential knowledge of its charm; but “know” from its message being brought home in power to their hearts. That “joyful sound” is “the glad tidings of good things” (Bible, Rom 10:15), namely, “that Son of God came into the world to save sinners” (Bible, 1 Timothy 1:15). Such souls as inwardly know that heavenly music, are indeed blessed, for as they are assured of free access unto God, the beneficent light of the divine countenance is beheld by them. There is probably an allusion in Bible, Psalm 89:15.
First, the sound which was made by Aaron as he went into the holy place and came out thereof (Bible, Exo 28:33- 35), which was indeed a “joyful sound” unto the people of God, for it gave evidence that their high priest was engaged be fore the Lord on their behalf.
Second, a general reference to the sound of the sacred trumpets which called Israel to their solemn feasts (Bible, Num 10:10).
Third, a more specific one to the trumpet of jubilee (Bible, Lev 25:9-10), which proclaimed liberty to bondmen and restoration of their inheritance to them who had forfeited it.

So the announcement of the Gospel of liberty to sin captives, is music to those given ears to hear.
“Blessed are all they that put their trust in Him” (Bible, Psalm 2:12).
(1) election is the foundation blessing, being “unto salvation” and including all the means thereof (Bible, 2 Thessalonians 2:13).
(2) the bestowment of eternal life which capacitates the favored recipient to welcome experientially the joyful sound of the Gospel.
And now there is a personal and saving embracing thereof. It is to be carefully noted that the words of our present text are preceded by “Kiss the Son,” which signifies: Bow in submission before His scepter, yield to His kingly rule, render allegiance to Him (Bible, 1 Samuel 10:1; 1 Kings 19:18).
It is most important to note that order — he can be received as Savior ( Bible, 2 Peter 1:11; 2:20; 3:18). They “put their trust in Him” signifies to take refuge in — they repudiate their own righteousness and evince their confidence in Him by committing themselves to His keeping for time and eternity. His gospel is their warrant for doing so, His veracity their security. “Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered” (Bible, Psalm 32:1). This is an intrinsic part of the blessedness of putting our trust in Him. Therefore do they express their faith in Lord by fleeing to Him for refuge. Blessed indeed are such, for, having surrendered to His lordship and placed their reliance in His atoning blood, they now enter into the benefits of His righteous and benevolent government. More specifically, their “iniquities are forgiven and their sins are covered” (Bible, Psalm 85:2) — “covered by God, as the ark was covered with the mercy seat, as Noah was covered from the flood, as the Egyptians were covered by the depths of the sea. What a cover that must be, which hides forever from the sight of the all-seeing God, all the filthiness of the flesh and of the spirit”
Paul used those precious words of Bible, Psalm 32:1, in Romans 4:7, in proof of the grand truth of justification by faith. “Blessed are those whose strength is in you, who have set their hearts on pilgrimage.” (Bible, Psalm 84:5). This is another accompaniment of the new birth. The regenerated is given the spirit of “a sound mind” (Bible, 2 Timothy 1:7), so that he now perceives himself to be not only without any righteousness of his own, but is conscious of his weakness and insufficiency. He has made the name of the Lord his strong tower, having run into it for safety (Bible, Pro 18:10), and now he declares “in the LORD I have righteousness and strength” (Bible, Isa 14:24) — strength to fight the good fight of faith, to resist temptations, to endure persecution, to perform duty. While he keeps in his right mind, he will continue to go forth not in his own strength, but in complete dependence upon and reliance in the strength that is in Lord, thereby proving the sufficiency of His grace. Those “ways” of God’s strength are the divinely appointed means of grace for the maintenance of communion: feeding on the Word, living on Lord, adhering to the path of His precepts.
“Blessed are all who fear the LORD, who walk in His ways.” (Bible, Psalm 128:1). Here is another mark of those under the divine benediction — to have such a deep reverence for God, as results in regular obedience to Him. The fear of the Lord is a holy awe of His majesty, a filial dread of displeasing Him. It is not so much an emotional thing as a practical one, for it is idle to talk about fearing God, if we have no deep concern for His will. It is the fear of love, which shrinks from dishonoring Him, a dread of forgetting His goodness, and abusing His mercy. Where such “fear” is, all other graces are found. The blessedness of such is not always apparent to carnal reason, nevertheless, it is a fact certified by the divine veracity.

Have you a desire to see God face to face ? – Ishwar Putra Arun


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Man’s life is strange.  He spends his entire life chasing mirages.  He comes into the world with desires inbuilt into his psyche.  There is no end to his desires-Desire for money; fame; good relationships and more, all in the hope of an ultimately happy life.

The typical man spends his entire life chasing his dreams and before he knows it, his life –span is over and death is staring him in the face.  Even at that stage, most men are not able to let go off their perennial desires and they die longing for something or the other. In a nutshell, life is spent in a futile attempt to satisfy desires but all that man is able to achieve is to inflame them further and create new desires as well.  Not only does this cycle of desire go on endlessly but man also creates various karmic loans with other people and thus he gets further and further entangled in the cycle of birth and death.

Thus the man who was born desiring this world, dies hankering for more worldly experiences.  There is nothing strange in this.  This is how Kaal keeps Brahm-Creation-going on endlessly.

Yet inside each pore of this creation resides the Lord himself.  Everything in this universe-from the rocks, to the plants and to man himself, all have the same divine spark inside.  The only difference is in the level of consciousness that the divine spark experiences in a particular body;  i.e. The same divine spark in man experiences far more than the divine spark inside an animal, or a plant, or a mineral even though the divine spark inside all are the same.

It is said that God, sleeps in the minerals, dreams in the plants and awakens in man. And one day, this divine spark asks a question-“Who am I? What  is my purpose and what is the purpose of this creation?”

That day is a big day in the life of the individual since from that day onwards, instead of seeking happiness outside-in the world created by Kaal, man starts to look inwards for answers to these questions.  As man gets serious about knowing this eternal Truth, he starts to look for answers.  He searches in the study of the scriptures; he seeks it in the morality of society; he seeks it in the rules of religion and in the life of the great realized masters who have come to guide us.  He finally comes to one inevitable conclusion.  What is that conclusion? – That God is everything and everything is a part of God. There is nothing that has its existence outside God’s domain.  Essentially there is nothing apart from God. God is not only the material creation that man sees all around in the universe-the stars planets etc but God is also the unseen spirit that lies inside that material universe.  In the end there is nothing except the Lord.  When the seeking man realizes this truth, he wants to see the Lord face to face.

Mostly people are not at this stage.  They are still chasing the mirage. Many others believe in the Lord, but believe in a beggar-master relationship and they only seek worldly favours and boons. They don’t care for God except for as a provider of their selfish needs. Yet there are a few who don’t fall in this category but who seek the Lord for no reason except to be with Him.

The question I ask all of you who read this is -Do you have a genuine, non-selfish desire to see the Lord face to face? If your answer is yes then you are part of the lucky few, and you are not alone.  There are several people on the list of wanting to see the Lord face to face. The Holy Bible and other scriptures such as the Bhagwat Geeta have talked about those people who wished to see God face to face.  Arjun, in the Bhagwat Geeta pleads with the Lord to grant him His(the Lord’s) vision since only then will he will be able to shed his doubt, fear and sorrow. Many chapters of the Bible also are simply descriptions of those people who experienced God.

Right from ancient times, the genuine seekers have wanted to see the Lord.  It was a score of Greeks who came to Galilee to observe the Passover. Perhaps having heard about the miracle worker – Jesus Christ, they had  a  deep desire of wanting to see Him face to face. Therefore, they came to Philip – one of the disciples of Jesus Christ, who was from Bethsaida of Galilee, and asked Him, “Sir, we wish to see Jesus.” (Bible, John 12:21). I guess they thought that Philip could assist them in meeting Jesus Christ.

Job says, “Oh, that I knew where I might find Him, that I might come to His seat” (Bible, Job 23:3). There are many such instances in the Bible. King David says, “Early will I seek You, evening and morning and at noon I will pray; I meditate on You in the night watches” (Bible, Psalm 63:1; 55:17; 63:6). Zacchaeus, who was of short stature, climbed up a sycamore tree to see who Jesus was (Bible, Luke 19:3, 4). Hannah came seeking the presence of God in bitterness of soul perhaps thinking, ‘Can I see the Lord in the tabernacle? Can I shed my tears at His feet?’ (Bible, 1 Samuel 1:10,11).

Thus for the sincere seeker of the Lord,  it my advice that he should desire for God realization from the depth of His being to the extent that he can think of nothing else.  Such a person is obsessed with the Lord to such an extent that he feels that he will die unless God graces him with his presence.  He should seek the Lord in every waking moment and even in his dreams and he should seek the Lord not because he is troubled in life or for emergencies but for his everyday company. Such a person understands that in God’s presence alone there is fullness of joy. The feet of the Lord is the only place where he can open his heart and pour out his agony. “ (Bible, Ephesians 3:20). King David cried out to God everyday and God testified him as a man after His own heart. Isn’t that a wonderful testimony from Almighty God? When Hannah poured her agony at the feet of God, He heard it and blessed her. Zacchaeus sought the Lord and found salvation. Similarly if you also seek the Lord diligently, He will come near you and remove all your sorrows with His power and grant His life in abundance to you.

Yet one question remains in the mind of the seeker who reads the scriptures.  The Holy Bible mentions in many places that man cannot see God face to face.  Yet at other points in the bible, it is said that such and such a person saw God face to face.  This understandably confuses the reader but this is a confusion of the seekers mind and not a real contradiction.  Let us understand what is being said. For example, Bible, Exodus 33:20 says that God stated, ‘You cannot see My face, for no man can see Me and live!’ And yet, Bible, Genesis 17:1 says that God appeared to Abraham. Bible, Exodus 24:10 says the Israelites ‘saw the God of Israel,’ and Bible, Exodus 24:11  says that ‘They saw God.'” How can both be true?

I would like to start by saying that men have tried to find and see God for countless centuries and millennia but without success. Bible, John 5:37; I Timothy 6:16; I Peter 1:8; and I John 4:12 tells us that no man has been able to see God. There are main two reasons men have not been able to see God.

The first reason is that Bible, Colossians 1:15 and I Timothy 1:17 reveal that God is invisible. So we should not be surprised that God cannot be found in the heavens with telescopes or by space exploration. He cannot be found by travelling to the planet Mars, the next nearest star or the farthest star. Since God is an invisible being, man cannot normally see Him. Man can only see God when God allows man to see Him. So Moses asked God in Bible, Exodus 33:18  to allow Him to see God. Initially, God said, “No!”

The second reason that men cannot see God is that if and when they see God, they will die. That is the essence of what God told Moses in Bible, Exodus33:20 – You cannot see My face, for no man can see Me and live.

That is, Moses did not see God’s face according to verse 21, but Moses could see other parts of God.   Bible, Exodus 33:21-23 prophesied – Then the Lord said, “Behold, there is a place by Me, and you shall stand there on the rock; and it will come about, while My glory is passing by, that I will put you in the cleft of the rock and cover you with My hand until I have passed by. Then I will take My hand away and you shall see My back, but My face shall not be seen.”

Here we saw that Moses was allowed to see God’s back but not His face. We should not think that God has a literal face and back just as we do, and we should not think that God is composed of different animal or human parts. So Moses saw something called God’s back, whatever that was. Moses could not see God’s face. We should not take this to mean that God has a human face. How shall we understand that? If I want to see one of my friends, I expect to see his or her face and not their back. So Moses did not see God fully. He saw God’s back, whatever that was, because God allowed it.

Now let’s consider several passages in the Bible that say people did see God. We want to ask in what sense did people see God.

The first example is the apostle John who wrote both the gospel of John and the book of Revelation. It is important to notice that the same author wrote both books since he describes God and God’s throne room in Revelation 4, but yet in  Bible, John 1:18  he says, “No one has seen God at any time.” How can both be true? In what sense did John see God in Revelation 4? The answer is found in the fact that the description of God in Revelation 4 was obtained by a vision. So John saw a vision of God but not God while he (John) was still in human flesh.

The second example, is found in  Bible, Deuteronomy 34:10  here we are told that Moses had an extraordinary relationship with God. Here is the verse, since that time no prophet has risen in Israel like Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face.

Here we are told that Jacob also spoke with God face-to-face in Bible, Genesis 32:24-30. So in what sense did Jacob see God “face to face”? What does it mean to see God face to face? Bible, Deuteronomy 5:4 gives us the answer when it says that Moses saw God on Mt. Sinai face to face. Both passages refer to the fact that Moses saw God’s back. It does not mean that Moses saw God’s face. “Face-to-face” is an expression indicating that communication has taken place between man and God.

In another passage, Bible, Exodus 24:10-11, we are told that Moses, Aaron, Nadab, Abihu, and the seventy leaders went up on Mt. Sinai and saw God. See these prophesy of Bible, Exodus 24:10 …..and they saw the God of Israel; and under His feet there appeared to be a pavement of sapphire, as clear as the sky itself.

The above verse reveals that they saw God’s feet and the sea of glass beneath the throne of God. The apostle John describes the same thing in Bible, Revelation 4:6. But notice that nothing is said about what part(s) of God they saw. Did they see only His feet and back? It would appear from the other passages that we have considered that they did not see His face. That is what no man can see and live to talk about it.

In Bible, Genesis 17:1 Abraham saw a theophany or an appearance of Jesus Christ in the Old Testament called the Angel of the Lord. So when the passage says that the Lord appeared to Abraham and said, “I am God Almighty; Walk before Me, and be blameless,” God did not appear as Himself but as the Angel – a theophany.

For completeness, Bible, I Kings 3:5; 9:2 and 11:9 say that King Solomon saw God in a dream but not in person. Bible, Isaiah 6:1 and 5 say that Isaiah saw God. That is, he saw a vision of God but not God in reality or he was not bodily in heaven in the presence of God. Bible, Ezekiel 3:23  says that Ezekiel saw the glory of God but not God’s face. Bible, Acts 7:55-60 says that the first Christian martyr saw a vision of the glory of God and Jesus in His resurrection body. That is, he did not bodily go to heaven and see God.

We shall conclude with three verses. The first two verses are Bible, John 1:18 and I John4:12 which say that “No one has seen God at any time.” No man while still being on this earth has truly seen God at any time. No man has seen God’s face.

So what can we conclude from all this? We can conclude that the Lord is far beyond us and we cannot see Him in His full glory.  To be able to see even a fraction of Him, we have to change our being and increase our capacity to be like Him.  Only then can God reveal Himself in a limited way to our mortal frame.  Otherwise if He reveals Himself to us, it will be like pouring a million volts of electricity in a 100 watt bulb.  The bulb cannot handle it and will simply explode.

The Bible, Matthew 5:8  prophesied, Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God. That is, the only way anyone can really see God is to be pure in heart. One who is pure in heart will be repentant of their sins and want to live a holy life. Such a person will want to be spiritually right with God and will believe in Lord Kalki and give their life to Him. Such a person will increasingly become a vessel in which the Lord can pour a fraction of His essence.

Five sound arose in five Brahm while the Super Soul came down into the body

ANAMI                           – AADI SAT – GODSELF

AGAM                             – KARYA BRAHM

ALAKH                            – VAIKUNTH


(2) SOHAM BRAHM           – BHRAWAR GUPHA  ——————  FLUTE

MAHA SUNN                —————————————–                SILENCE

SUNN                           —————————————–                 SILENCE

(3) RA RAM BRAHM                                      – DASAM DWAR —- SARANGI / / SITAR

(4) MAYA   BRAHM / ONKAR                       – TRIKUTI            —– THUNDER / DRUM / TAAL












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Ishwar Putra Arun’s message is to remember.

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God is the creator of mankind and He loves you. You were created by Him and He knows everything about you.

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You were created to have a relationship with God. But that relationship was broken when you disobeyed God. “For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” (Bible, Romans 3:23)

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Since perfection is unobtainable for you that made God unobtainable. Sin separates you from God. Since God is the source of life separation from Him means death. 

“For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life.” (Bible, Romans 6:23)

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God fixed this and He sent His Son in order to pay the penalty for your sins. Now through faith your relationship with God can be restored. Your sins can be forgiven and you can have eternal life.

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The forgiveness of sins is not by doing works, it is a free gift based on what the Ishwar Putra did for you. You receive your forgiveness by placing your faith and trust in Him.