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My God, My God, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?

Following on from the previous page, I noted that there is no truth that Jesus was blamed on the cross by the Father as a vessel of sin. Central to this tenet of most modern churches I have visited is the episode that Christ declares "Eloi, Eloi..." as the title of this page repeats. It is supposed that God could not look upon His son for the uncleanness of the act of His crucifixion or the uncleanness of the iniquity being borne by Him as some vessel of guilt held in like regard. Excuse me? Did common sense just vanish here?

God understands Evil,.. He does create both good and evil and He would not look away from the evil done to the innocent, "Vengeance is mine, I will repay" He states. Neither is God unjust and would heap punishment upon the innocent for the sins of those he would excuse in His sight.

The question would arise, "Why then did the Father forsake Christ then?" This last statement of Christ before saying "It is finished" and giving up the ghost is evidence that Christ was the Son of God and is also God Himself.

If you had looked upon the metamath section of This site you would see how the trinity is likened to a three group construct of the three finite fields GF(4), GF(8) and GF(7). Put simply in context here is that the life in the Son is the Father and the life in the Father is the Son. For in the gospels Jesus Himself states in John.

Joh 5:26 For as the Father hath life in himself; so hath he given to the Son to have life in himself;

Now It would be sleight of hand to have Christ evaporate from His corpse like a genie from a bottle. This is not the case. Christ actually died. The disengagement of the extension field GF(4) with floating unity from the two element Christ-like subfield GF(2) is the cause of this statement. In order for Christ to die the life of the Father within His Spirit had to disengage from Christ's spirit. It was not a case of looking away from Christ, but an affirmation that His time had come and His ministry was complete.

There is actually no need for sin, or guilt to be the cause, but that Christ laid down His life for the will of the Father "Not my will but thine.." as Jesus prayed in the garden.

If none of this makes sense now, then Ill attempt a brief explanation. God exists as Father Son and Spirit. In order for God to understand what faith is as well as to enjoy creation from a perspective of time He requires a Son in whom He may perceive faith in Himself or understanding of His will to be perfected. Since there are two here, and they see each other in terms of containing the other, there is required a third, a Holy Spirit who transforms one through the other, in like terms sustaining the relationship that their understanding of both themselves as well as the other be ultimate and complete, as well as perfect.

When Jesus' time was to die it was necessary that the Father remove His Spirit from within the triune Spirit that is Christ, so that the perfection of God could cut off Christ - else the Father would not be able to show Christ dead - The view in revelation of the lamb as slain before the timeless throne of God the Father - opening the seven seals to reinitiate this triune ultrafilter is a description of this resurrection. With Christ aside as slain, the dynamic creation of God with chronological cause/effect in the Son is reduced to a view of all creation from start to finish in this scene. That the seals are opened by the lamb indicates His victory over death rather than the arrival of His wrath, the trumpets reveal the consequent to the spiritual dwelling places of men within the spirit of God (at His right hand, or to those to whom dwell apart to His left) as well as those cut off for destruction in the three woes. The wrath displays what must occur before His coming.

Whether you understand this or not,.. There is the simple statement that In Christ dwells the fullness of the Godhead bodily. That means the Father is in Him as He (Jesus) said,.. meaning that It was God the Father's life in Him and Christ's life in the Father that was forsaken temporarily upon the cross when His ministry was completed and Christ has already had the victory (He was resurrected) and the seals are opened (at some point in time).

At Christ's death The Father as GF(8) survived with the Holy Spirit C7, but the K4 ultrafilter was in a static state, and through the seals the lamb unlocks every possible symmetry and dwelling place in heavenly places. The trumpets witness to the "life in Himself" as sequentially freed (rather revealed than regained) and the consequences of the diminishing remainder - the dwelling place of Antichrist. With the wrath, the residue of the ungodly is destroyed. As for futurism,.. we have a rather limited view from Earth but the truth is Christ reigns with His Father in heaven.


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