Christ teaches

From experience


To teach love

One must be love

And God is love


Christ teaches love


That which was here

In the beginning

Before the foundation

Of the world

When he loved us first


To teach love

One must first

Have loved


St. John 17:24

“…for thou loved me before the foundation of the world.”


I John 4:19

“We love him, because he first loved us.”



The Mind

The mind has the ability

To remember or forget


Our collective purpose

On this planet

Is to love each other

And see Christ in each other


Some have remembered that

And some have forgotten


Use your mind to remember

That which was in the beginning

St. Matthew 27:46

“…My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?”


St. John 17:24

“…for thou loved me before the foundation of the world.”

Divine Light

Our first nature is divine light

Put into motion by time

And through time becomes life


The divine nature becomes buried in time

So the deeper we go into time

The closer we get to the light


All through life

Memories upon memories

Are built on top of our divine nature

Becoming our second nature


But if we tear down

All memories ever created

By our second nature

We shall see our first nature

And all the memories

Become fragments of it


We have never been so deep in time

The light comes out of the darkness

It is the dawning of a new day




Those who lived first

Those who laid the foundation

Are buried deepest in time


Art: The Holy Spirit by Waiting For The Lord

The truth changes everything

But the truth itself does not change


The truth is the foundation

And the foundation cannot be moved


If we deny the truth

We deny Jesus Christ

He is the word

And within the word

Lies the truth,

And within truth

Lies our salvation


I Corinth 3:11

“For other foundation can no man lay than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ.”


St. John 8:31-32

“…if ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” 


The Divine

The two pillars of science

Are the theory of relativity

And quantum mechanics

And these cannot be reconciled

Because they leave out

The divine

The underlying foundation

Of all that we see


Beneath all that we see

Are the pillars

Of love and truth

Pillars of the divine

And these two

Cannot be separated


For they are

The mother and father

Of our very soul

Who is Jesus Christ

The glory of all


If we use a tool

To etch a picture on a rock,

Soon the tool will wear down

And become dull,

But in doing so,

The picture becomes clearer

Until there is no more tool left

Only the picture that it made




The focus has become clearer

Our senses have become fine-tuned,

Sharp as a knife,

But common sense,

That which has been dulled

And sold to trickery of justice

That is the diamond,

The foundation which can

Cut through glass


The diamond can etch

A beautiful picture

On a piece of clear glass

And if the diamond becomes dulled,

Because it is the tool to etch the picture,

Then does the picture become clearer

Because the diamond is in it