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End of Days and Return of Jesus

Posted 08-22-2023 at 02:03 PM by MysticPhD


The rapture and return of Jesus was a valiant rationalization by our highly intelligent but fundamentally ignorant primitive ancestors and those who followed. In a sense it is as accurate as a carnal mind terrified of Spirits would be capable of intuiting and inferring.

But the end of days does not refer to some far-off end of the earth.. Having experienced what I believe is a glimpse of the rapture, I am convinced the rapture is what happens upon our physical death (the end of our days). The different effects described are what happens to the different parts of ourselves that are carnal and spiritual.

The Heavens are what we currently perceive through our physical senses. So the transition to our spiritual perception could be characterized as the heavens and earth were described. Our spiritual perception would erase the "icons" interpreted by our brain and reveal the actual spiritual reality that exists at the higher level of energy.

The human Spirit of Jesus is IDENTICAL to God's Holy Spirit but it is also HUMAN and DID NOT EXIST prior to His birth. That is why His birth was the "Good tidings of great joy to ALL people." He connects all Humanity with God. because His Holy Spirit abides with all human spirits The hypostatic union rationalization is not that far off the actual situation without all the unnecessary attributions and speculations about "before or after Creation", etc., IMO.

To sum up my view of the "end of days," I believe the rapture refers to our physical death and what will happen to our perceptions of reality when transitioning to our spiritual perceptions. I believe the return of Jesus refers to His "return to our spiritual perceptions in the spiritual reality," NOT a physical return to physical reality. Of course, this is just my opinion based on my encounter with what I consider a mere glimpse of the rapture. YMMV.
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