In the midst of man’s soul, his consciousness, exists two paths. One leads to the resurrection of life, and a oneness with the Father. The other is the path besieged with good and evil, chaos and confusion, and this path called darkness, leads to everlasting destruction. No other paths exists upon which man can travel. You are either seeking after the Father to obtain life, or you are on the path to utter destruction, and this path is wide, for it is crowded.
Though many walk this path there is still hope for an awakening to the word of Truth, which alone does set one free, and set their feet, like Paul, on the path called straight. Paul once walked this path, and believed his actions right, as he was a persecutor of the early believers, then he had his encounter with the light of the world, on his way to Damascus and his life did change. Likewise today, many walk the path called darkness, knowing not, they see not, and hear not, for their ways are the ways of the world, even their religion, and they enter not the Kingdom of Heaven.
Explain yourself, you say. Remember the parable of the Sower, let him who walked on water, raised the dead, and made the blind see, let him explain, and I be silent.
The Kingdom of Heaven is likened unto a man which sowed good seed in his field. But while man SLEPT (Mentally unguarded), his enemy came and sowed tares(false doctrine) among the wheat, and went his way. But when the blades was sprung up, and brought forth fruit, then appeared the tares also. So the servants of the householder came and said to him, “Sir, didn’t not thou sow good seed in the field?” “From whence then has it tares?” He said, “An enemy hath done this”. The servant said unto him, “Wilt thou then that we go and gather them up?” But he said, ‘Nay, lest while you gather up the tares , you root up also the wheat with them.””
Let both grow together until the harvest, and in the time of harvest, I will say to the reapers, “Gather ye together first the tares, and bind them in bundles to burn them, but gather the wheat into my barn.”
Two paths exists within the soul, the path of the tares, and the path of the wheat. One produces unto good, and the reward is life, the other is marred with distress, and iniquity and everlasting destruction awaits. The wheat represents the good seed, which is the word of God, as it was given by the Messiah to the early disciples. The unadulterated word given by the Father to the Son to speak and show unto his people the path to life. Those that believe on the true word are the children of the kingdom. The tares are the children of the wicked one. These are they who preach and teach their religious lies as truth, and he that has sown these seeds is the Devil, the Father of lies.
Pay close attention to these words spoken by the Master, “Let both grow together!” In the realm of that which is called religion, you have the tares and the wheat growing together. Many therefore, by reason of accepting the teachings that bring forth darkness, walk along the path crowded and wide. But to them come the voice of the Father saying, “This is my beloved Son, hear ye him.”
But few are they who seek ye first the kingdom of Heaven, who walk a narrow, barely occupied path, who hear the Father’s voice saying, “Well done, my good and faithful servant.”
For the time is soon approaching when the Son of Man shall send forth his Angels, and they shall gather out of his kingdom all things that offend, and them which do iniquity, and shall cast them into a furnace of fire, there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth. But the wheat shall be gathered into his barn.
Who is awake, who has understanding, are the signs not seen? Do these words mean nothing, “In the last days, iniquity will abound,” or shall you blindly be counted among the lost?
What then you say is this Wheat-path that leads to life? It is the resurrection of the spiritual man into a direct communication with the Father. It is the path of thought within in complete obedience too, “It is written.” It is the return to the time in the garden before the fall when The Father spoke directly to his children. It is the following after Yahushua, through obedience to his words. Did he not say, “If you abide in me and my words abide in you…” Did he not say, “How can you say you love me and do not the things that I say?” It is the training of your minds to think and do like unto the Messiah. Have you not read, “Let this mind be in you that was also in Messiah Yahushua.”
It is the supplanter taking hold of that flesh mind within. Surely we are born into this world flesh and blood, but if the flesh rules, you die. Like Jacob, we must rob the flesh of its birthright, and have our spirit man rule. For in spirit we see Angels ascending and descending, representing direct communication with the Father. And we know this to be true for the Father himself has said,”Esau have I hated, but Jacob have I loved.
It is the taking up our cross and following after Yahushua. The cross is the symbol of the flesh being crucified. If we are to be raised up to become quickened spirits, the flesh mind must die. Yahushua has shown us the way. “I am the way, I am the truth, I am the life, no man goes to the Father unless he comes to the Son.” With his life he has shown us the way out of the wilderness, (the state of separation from the Father) to a return to the garden, or a oneness with the Father. Either you strive to be like unto the Master, or you remain lost.
For all who exist today, and walk along the path crowded with the Tares, the Master has spoken. For you there will come a time when there will be wailing, and gnashing of teeth. If you believe he healed the sick, gave sight to the blind, then believe also this time will come. Do you follow Truth, or the religious lies of deceivers?
And know this, there will be no escape, or no escape without repentance, and the Master’s voice still calls out to all saying,
“Repent for the Kingdom of Heaven is at Hand”
To be continued: