Exposition of Scripture

Revelation 3:12 says:

“He who overcomes, I will make him a pillar in the temple of My God, and he will not go out from it anymore; and I will write on him the name of My God, and the name of the city of My God, the new Jerusalem, which comes down out of heaven from My God, and My new name.”

I propose to you, beloved, that this is describing the end of the “going in and out” (between the 3rd and 4th dimensions) and being permanently fixed as a pillar in “the temple of our God” (the 5th dimension and above). This seems to me to be a promise to the OVERCOMERS in Christ that they can be ALIGHTED from the wheel of reincarnation FOREVER.

Jesus basically said the same thing as this to Nicodemus in John chapter 3. In His conversation with Nicodemus about seeing and inheriting the Kingdom of God, Jesus explained to Nicodemus how being “born again (or begotten) of the Spirit” greatly differs from the physical processing of men, and of how it is by way of A SPIRITUAL RESURRECTION that men will attain to the Kingdom of God. Jesus said to Nicodemus…

“I tell you a truth, no one can see the Kingdom of God unless he is born again (lit. – “begotten from above”).” — John 3:3

Beloved, Jesus is here teaching Nicodemus (and us by extension) about how the way into the Kingdom of God (the 5th dimension and above) is through the SPIRITUAL REGENERATION of the spirit of man by the Spirit. As a Pharisee, Nicodemus may or may not have been aware that people are reborn into the world and that this can help improve their character (you may want to read what I’ve shared about Josephus and his writings). Regardless of what he believed about this, Jesus was somehow saying that THIS IS NOT ENOUGH TO INHERIT THE KINGDOM.

Nicodemus was obviously seeing something different in Jesus than he had seen in anyone ever before, hence; “Rabbi, we have known that from God you have come — a teacher, for no one is able to perform these signs that you are able to do…” and he was obviously grasping to try to understand what this “birth” (or begetting) is that made Jesus so much different from everyone else. Jesus then made the point that what He was demonstrating by His life cannot come forth from reborn flesh but only from “begotten from above” spirit. Jesus then goes on to explain to Nicodemus the difference between bodily rebirth (i.e., being “born of water” – even reincarnation) and spiritual rebirth (i.e., being “born of the Spirit”), and how the latter of these is needed in order to attain COMPLETE ALIGHTMENT from “the wheel of nature” (James 3:6 – “the karma wheel”) and thereby gain entrance into the heavenly realms of the spirit world (the 5th dimension and above). Jesus said…

“I tell you the truth, no one can enter the Kingdom of God unless he is born of water and the Spirit. Flesh gives birth to flesh (even again and again), but the Spirit gives birth to spirit. You should not be surprised at my saying, ‘You must be born again.’ The wind blows wherever it pleases. You hear its sound, but you cannot tell where it comes from or where it is going. So it is with everyone born of the Spirit.” (John 3:5-8)

Beloved, Jesus is here using the metaphor of the “wind” to teach Nicodemus (and us by extension) about the nature of the Holy Spirit and about how people are INTERNALLY CHANGED (to the extent of inheriting the Kingdom) by them learning to TO YIELD TO THE HOLY SPIRIT IN ALL THAT THEY DO. Jesus was explaining that there is A MUCH HIGHER WAY than reincarnation which men must FULLY GIVE THEMSELVES TO if they are going to attain to the fullness of resurrection life.

Apparently, the Holy Spirit is now giving me some things about this for you scripture folks. I suspect that there will probably be more to come, as “the wind” blows.

D