Tuesday, July 10, 2012

HESUS JOY CHRIST / Matthew's Foretold Discussion of Verse Ten



There's the website with all of the HESUS JOY CHRIST stuff !!
Just search "hesus joy christ", make sure that is what was searched for, and not an alternate such as "jesus joy christ" on www.google.ca and in a couple of months it may appear instead of the old links that appear now.
On this site there are almost all the HESUS JOY CHRIST blog posts in an easily accessible non-linear format, as well as all the animation dating back to 2008, and most of the poetry.


There's the website with all the other artwork!!

Just search vid932008 on www.google.ca to see it come up first in the list.
On this site there are almost all the artwork blog posts in an easily accessible non-linear format, as well as all the other artwork and poetry.



There's a blast of WATERCOLOUR !!


Since I get such a kick, still, out of blathering on about this stuff, I'm continuing on with the discussion of HESUS JOY CHRIST / Matthew's Foretold !!

 Verse 10    10Jesus said to him, “Away from me, Satan! For it is written: 'Worship the Lord your God, and serve him only.' d

 -d-  10 Deuteronomy 6:13
from Gospel of Matthew, Chapter Four, New International Version

 Verse 10    10She said to him, “Away from me, Satan! Did I not just quote 'serve him only.' c

-c-  10 Deuteronomy 6:13

from the text of the animation HESUS JOY CHRIST / Matthew's Foretold
written by R David Foster

 Verse 10 Discussion       

 Jesus affirms that he will devote himself to infinite goals, or rather, THE infinite goal, which also affirms that there is only one infinite goal for everything.  It follows that all the other finite and lesser goals will be met by the satisfaction of the one infinite goal.

 The best example that I know of for why there is only one infinite goal is somewhat geometrical.  The resultant vector, of a group of vectors, is the equivalent to the group of vectors together.  It is like a path from A to B, from B to C and from C to D, being the same as the path from A to D.  This is an oversimplification.  The resultant vector could be explained by a force of 10 pounds pushing east, combined with a force of 20 pounds pushing west, combined with a force of 10 pounds pushing north; so that the resultant vector is the square root of 20 pounds west minus 10 pounds east, being 10 pounds west squared and added to 10 pounds north squared.  The resultant vector is the square root of 200 pounds or 14.1421 pounds roughly, in the north west direction.

 The idea is that the satisfaction of a multitude of goals can be achieved by understanding the primary goal of everything.   This is why Bible thumpers are so adamant – they are trying to get everyone to their own individual and unique goal !  This is why Bible thumpers are so intolerable – everyone thinks they are trying to tell us what our goal SHOULD be, rather than helping us achieve what we want.  This is the disconnect – what they want for us is what we want for ourselves, but we cannot see eye to eye.  Prayer, or rather pryer, where one prys at what they really want and how to get it, can illuminate or shed light on solutions, which demand certain things, requiring prying out solutions to those demands, and on and on.

 So in the animation text, there is only one infinite goal for both spouses, but again there is a disconnect, where the female spouse feels she must serve him only, and the male spouse wants to remain engaged with the female spouse and sort out this one infinite goal amongst them.
" Away from me Satan . .. ... "

 There are many reasons to disengage oneself from a relationship – and all of them are futile.  When we cut ourselves off from one another we fail to resolve the two or more world views, and this is to the detriment of all parties.  The benefits of reaching solutions where all parties can see eye to eye are unfathomable.  At the very least, reaching solutions where all parties can see eye to eye will reveal the primary infinite goal for all parties.   This is the revelation of God.  We were created to live forever with God amongst us, and this infinite goal has been abandoned in favour of finite goals.  We have lost sight of our destiny.  At the very least, most people hope for heaven after death, and although this is somewhat true, we were created to live beyond death, on earth with God amongst us.  We may proclaim Jesus' death and profess his resurrection, but we do not practice what we preach.  We are all children of God, offspring of the infinite, and are all on the path Jesus took, to our own resurrections, yet this is considered crazy talk.  So be it.  We will achieve what we expect and strive for, and nothing more.

 There is always the line that one will give up the other for the other's sake, rather than for their own sake, but still, this is futile.  Nevertheless, there is always the possibility of reconciliation, yet there are always limitations that cannot be overcome.  Other commitments become dominant and original relationships become of secondary importance.  This is reality, and this is the mess of choosing finite goals over infinite goals.

 This is why it is so important to not fear any sort of death, but rather view death as the door to a new world, both heaven and earth renewed.  The trick is to know what to hold on to and what to let go.  Religion teaches us to hold on to God, and to let the chips fall where they may.  I assert that one should hold on to God, and secondly, hold on to their primary relationship, letting the chips fall where they may, until the dust settles and both God and the primary relationship are renewed, as well as the world around one.

 It is all about perceptions.  When it looks darkest, the dawn is nearest. When we loose, we win.  And the perceptions on the far side of failure are far more wonderful than any one on this side of death can imagine.

 So when it looks like your relationship is over, stay alert, and stay together.  Trust that the infinite purpose is at work in meeting both of your needs.  And if the relationship does fail, an alternative will present itself to meet your needs, and satisfy them beyond your wildest expectations.  I would never put a relationship above my relationship with God, but it is a very, very, very close second.

 Finally, this death and rebirth is the experience about which  HESUS JOY CHRIST / Matthew's Two Four  is all about.   This death and rebirth happens all the time, and will happen to many relationships, especially those where the spouses have the faith to hold on to each other.  There is never any guarantee of what the other spouse will do, but one will know what they themselves intend to do, and may stay faithful to the end.

Sunday, July 8th, 2012


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