To BE NOT, is TO BE

Beloved, do you think that it is possible for a man to stand so free of himself that he no longer has any regard for I, Me, and Mine, that in all things he seeks only the mind and the will of God?

Is it not possible to identify with Christ so in His crucifixion, burial, and resurrection that we live, but it is not “we” who live, but rather, it is Christ who wholly lives in us and through us – a walk with God where we become “not” and Christ just “IS”?

Beloved, scripture seems to reveal that Enoch is one who walked with God to the extent that he was totally eclipsed by God.

Now, I don’t think that Enoch was “raptured” away to heaven, not in the sense that many people today think of that term, but I do think that Enoch walked with God to the extent that Enoch “was not.”

Beloved, we too can be “not.” Actually, I think that “being not” is the only way TO BE. What I mean by this is that “being not” is the only way to fully LIVE, in that to “be not” is to ATTAIN to the blessed and holy First Resurrection out from the dead.

May God bless us all in our desire to “be not,” beloveds, and this so that we might truly know what BEING really is.

D