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Sit Thou At My Right Hand

Psa 110:1 A Psalm of David. The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit thou at my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool.

This famous verse was quoted by Jesus concerning the Son of David - how could Jesus be David's heir When David indeed calls Him Lord? The Son of David was to fulfil the law and be a King on David's throne for ever. We have treated Jesus as the Klein four group in the octal, so we can happily place the K4 group as a single subgroup of the octal without complicating ourselves with multiplication for the moment. simply consider the Father as the one who said "Sit at my right hand".

Jesus' ministry was one of an example of obedience to God, and this would place Him clearly as contained within the Father's structure rather than The Father in He Himself (although this is also the case). Jesus' temptation in the wilderness was such as to attempt to get Jesus to show His divine power, instead of resting in the Father and simply being obedient.

By resting within the right hand GF(8) structure as a subgroup, rather than complicate ourselves with groups of subgroups,we show adequately that God decided that those right handed structures - The Klein four groups in His teaching were as simple as possible - see the "Reconcilable God and The Dialectic" and "Eucharistia" pages of the "Nature of God" section.

The behaviour of the dialectic being solved open (kept in view as a "balance" without "hurting the oil and wine" thus collapsing the balances with the fourth "balance" which contradicts) not collapsed by the simple truth Jesus Is the Christ and He alone is doing the Father's will in His ministry - corresponds to static Klein Four groups. It is the presence of the Holy Spirit's right handed association with the Klein four groups of the octal that enable these demonstrations of the octal structure as well as enabling the believer to have the Holy Spirit and act with gracious gospel behaviour. Only a single Holy Spirit element of the seven is required for a believer to obey Christ's commandments and show that Christ is in all, through all, and over all. (Holding fixed in ones viewpoint to the unity element in the system is to rest in the truth of the static subgroup - the position of Christ. Not to shift as with the four balances as antichrist.)

Jesus Christ's famous sermon on the mount contains numerous verses that display not just how we ought to live, but likewise how God positions himself in respect to us. "If the salt has lost its savour, wherewith shall it again be salted?" Clearly the answer is with the life of Christ in us.. He also said that...

Mat 6:2 Therefore when thou doest thine alms, do not sound a trumpet before thee, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may have glory of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward.
Mat 6:3 But when thou doest alms, let not thy left hand know what thy right hand doeth:

Far from cryptic, we have it said plainly - that it is possible to forgive those that do not know we do so - and have Christ in us without ourselves pronouncing a fanfare - If Christ had been sat at the left hand, He would have been showing us we had to do what He spake without ourselves knowing what we were doing, rather than doing what he said without us knowing He was doing it in us Himself! In each case the truth is fundamentally important, but in the latter old testament case, the truth was lost too soon.

Additively, the octal group makes a perfect additive identity for the operation of Klein four group addition within the octal group. The right hand identity is then the whole octal, whereas the right hand identity in singletons is just the zero element. In order for us to obey Christ, we only need to come from a position of humility to accept God as the truth rather than Have the Father in us to come to God. God has chosen us to come to Him through Christ, and not through the Father - God looks away from sin, but in order for us to be in Him, we have to be able to recognise the truth rather than previously have always lived obediently in it, since we are imperfect and God is not - but we should grow in the peace that we are perfectly justified by Christ.

The explanation of Ezekiels vision in the "Three Bags Full Of What?" page in the "A Proposal For The Trinity" section shows that the seraphim (right hand coset of the static group there in Ezekiel) that have "wheels within a wheel" correspond to the four "bows" or triples (as four wings) and not part of Christ's frobenius three-cycle upon the static subgroup. Alternatively in the Book of revelation we are shown Cherubims with six wings to Ezekiel's four (for the four choices of shifting unity), which show the whole right hand - the lamb - extended towards us in amn offered "product" towards sabbath rest (unity). With Christ's life in US, (rather than the cherubim in Ezekiels vision that turn around or away from Christ.) - rather than our lives merely in him! The four beasts in revelation correspond to the elements of those four triples (in the cosets of the static group) for each unity and group held static by frobenius - there is no wheel in a wheel here to turn the believer away, the believer is in Christ, not as dwelling in only "the earth" - we dwell with Christ in heavenly places already. Christ has come, and He has won us already.


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