What I am about to post here isn't anything I haven't already said. However, I COULD very easily say that whatever I have to say from my Angels has already been said. But the question anyone would ask is: How do I know Jesus? Actually, knowing Jesus is as simple as falling off a log, if in fact, one wants to know. However, with more books written about the life and ministry of Jesus than any other subject known to humanity, it wouldn't seem so very simple to know either Jesus or God, for that matter. And really, at this point in my life, I would have been struggling with this question had it not been for my Angels who answered for me all the questions that I could have possibly asked at the time. I know most anyone reads this is already having doubts or if you have been reading what I have been saying here, you probably have doubts already. If there is something about the life of Jesus that defines Him, what would it be?
Well, at the risk of sounding repetitive, let me refer you to Mark 4:13. Jesus delivers the parable of the seed and the farmer to his disciples who ask Him what this parable means. Jesus asks them a question of his own. “How can you know ALL the parables if you don't understand this one?” The key here is the word “all.” In other words all the parables of Jesus say the same thing. One can't refer to one parable and say it is one thing and then say that another parable talks about another thing. The key to understanding all the parables of Jesus is found in the parable of the old cloak and the old wineskin. This parable is found in the three gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke.
Now, I have said that according to this parable, there is a sin that God cannot or will NOT forgive. But biblical scholars are in disagreement as to what this sin can possibly be. Some say it's the denial of Jesus. Or some say that maybe it's not confessing all your sins before you die. Some suggest that Jesus is referring to dying before one can pray. I am sure I am leaving out some interpretations of this parable. But evidently it HAS something to do with a sin that God simply cannot overlook. The problem with how Christianity has historically interpreted the parables fail because in fact, the Church historically teaches that God WILL forgive the sin of murder. And in some cases, the Church has said that even suicide can be forgiven. So, because the Church has forgiven the sins of murder and suicide, it wouldn't make sense to most any priest or pastor to say that Jesus is referring to these two sins. The two sins are the purposeful taking of Human Life including that of one's own life. Most any biblical scholar couldn't accept this because he or she wold say that God HAS to forgive these sins. And THAT is the problem when it comes to interpreting ALL the parables of Jesus. What Jesus is saying then in all the parables is that NOTHING is more sacred to God than EVERY single Human Life. If you can understand this, you CAN understand all you need to know about Jesus. But if you can't understand the Life of Jesus in this manner, I would say you will NEVER understand the Life of Jesus, which is why there have been so many books written about Him and His life. You will keep searching for an answer that doesn't otherwise exist. It seems to me this is something only a few have known. It took Angels to explain this to me. I am sure God has revealed this same answer to others, but I am saying what I am saying knowing from Angels, and in fact, without my Angels I wouldn't be here. I am Brother Ralphie writing for my Angels from The Angels of Life Institute. Peace. Brother Ralphie works from his study for the promotion of Peaceful living and inner Peace with God. He calls this the “Sanctity of Human Life Movement.”