And it came to pass, that, as he was praying in a certain place, when he ceased, one of his disciples said unto him, Master, teach us to pray, as John also taught his disciples. And the Master replied saying;
Who art in heaven
Hallow be thy name…
In this powerful meditation, these first three stanza’s serve the purpose of awakening, guiding your consciousness away from a focus on your limited self, the I, me, and mine, or, as Yahushua stated, the, “I of myself can do nothing mind.” The mind of continual strife, correctly called the lessor mind, the mind governed by the senses. It is the mind of those who walk by sight, not by faith. It is the mind of those who seek not the face of the Father.
From this mind, Yahushua, instructs his disciples how to meditate/pray upon the presence of Elohim to remove the spiritual dominance by the ego mind.
Through still, purposeful meditation on the presence of the Father, and not just emotional, sense govern, loud shouting, the ego is slowly eroded away, giving rise to the awareness of the presence of the Father within. For the presence of the Father within, MUST BE, before the next stanza CAN BE!
THY KINGDOM COME
True disciples of the Master, and those led by the baptism of the Holy Ghost know this to be the highest realm of conscious thought. Above this realm there exists no other mental kingdom. It is the realm where the word of Yahweh (GOD) rules.
When you meditate on THY KINGDOM COME, you are acknowledging the presence of the Father within, not just in mere belief, but with desire to the doing of his word. You have sacrificed the ego, along with all of it’s failing fruit, to obtain the truthful, divine laws of mind. Have you not read, “Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the Kingdom of heaven.”
What does poor in spirit suggest? Is it not one limited, or deficient in the possession of the ego? A person struggling in life, having little or no money is called poor, and the word blessed is not associated with them. However, from a spiritual perspective, a person having little, or no ego is also called poor, but the Master calls her blessed, and the Kingdom of heaven is theirs. To be poor in spirit gives access to becoming rich in the kingdom of heaven
This spirit realm, where is it? Is it some physical place, where a physical kingdom from the heavens shall descend? Or, is it the invisible realm of mental thought, governed by spiritual laws, for good or bad?
Have you not read? “As a man thinketh, so is he.” Is this not stating the spiritual laws that govern the invisible thoughts of mind are in play producing what has been thought upon? And, also, “So is the Kingdom of God, AS IF, a man should cast seed into the ground, and should sleep, and rise night and day, and the seed should spring and grow up, he knoweth not how.” In this parable can you not see the laws of mind in action? The seed represents thought (believed), planted in ground, (subconscious mind) which knows only to DO. The outcome, “As a man thinketh so is he.”
Let us consider more of the Master’s words. Did he not say, “Repent for the kingdom of heaven is at hand?” Repent means what? Change! Change what? Know this, no physical act takes place without thought. A robber becomes one, after he agrees with the thought to rob. A man, or woman, commits fornication, only after they surrender to the temptation within the thought. Yahushua is not teaching a physical repentance, of which, without a change in the thought that created the sin, true repentance has not taken place. But he is teaching of a change by which you govern all thought, for the kingdom of heaven, the truthful, divine laws of mind, are at hand.
Therefore, as you meditate on THY KINGDOM COME, you are praying that the highest realm of consciousness, the realm where the word of Yahweh rules, to be born within you. This being the realm where man communicates with his maker, the Most High. This being the realm where you demonstrate you have obtained the mind of the Master, he who sacrificed his ego, “I of myself can do nothing,” and gave his life on the cross. “If it were possible, take this cup from me. Nevertheless, not my will, but thy will be done.” This being the realm of consciousness where indeed the word of Elohim rules.
Did not Yahushua teach, “Seek ye first the Kingdom of heaven, and its righteousness… If righteousness means RIGHT USE, the question to be answered is right use of what? I mention this because, many are they who practice religion to the omitting of Spiritual Laws.
To them the Master said, “Except your righteousness exceeds the righteousness of the Scribes, and the Pharisees, you shall in no case enter the Kingdom of heaven.” To them add, the Baptist, the Mormons, the Catholics, the Lutherans, etc…etc…These are they who practice the religion named on the building, and the false teachings of men, and not to the repentance of mind to the gaining of the kingdom within. It is not by your religion you enter the Kingdom of heaven, but by your sacrifice. The ego must go.
Therefore, as you meditate on Yahushua’s Meditation, and you come to THY KINGDOM COME, know that you are seeking access into the highest realm of spiritual consciousness, the realm where your Soul is redeemed unto the Father, and you become that living expression of, “I and the Father are one.” But, this access comes not without a price, the ego must die, and you must be born again.
To be continued: