Here we meditate on the words, that with understanding brings forth powerful growth within the Soul. It is the seeking of the Kingdom of Heaven to be born within. Think, our daily bread, is it a quest to feed the flesh, or the Soul? Did not Yahushua teach saying, “Therefore, I say unto you, Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on. Is not the life, more than meat, and the body than raiment?
Remember Esau, did he not sell his birthright for a bowl of pottage? Did not Yahweh say of him, “Esau, have I hated? Why would the Master teach a meditation that guided man’s thoughts to the needs of the flesh? In Esau we see one who believes life exists in the feeding of the flesh, therefore, he was subservient to the needs of the body. His was the carnal mind. The Father in his brilliance gives us the Master, he alone can show us the way. Like Esau, we see the Master in the wilderness, whereas, Esau was hunting for food to feed the flesh, Yahushua was in meditation/prayer feeding the Soul. One is a path of existence to death, the other is a path unto life everlasting.
Let us open our spiritual eyes to see. Remember, Esau came from the field, or the wilderness, and he was FAINT- HUNGRY. Seeing Jacob, he says, “Feed me for I am faint. To which Jacob replied, “Sell me this day thy birthright. And Esau said, “Behold, I am at the point to die, what profit shall this birthright do to me? Now we see the Master Yahushua in the wilderness in great hunger after 40 days of meditation, and Satan appears to him tempting him to use his spiritual authority for fleshual satisfaction. “If you be the Son of God, Satan says, “Turn these stones to bread.”Then Yahushua responded with the three most powerful words given to man. “It is written, then he said, “Man shall not live by bread alone…STOP!
To those called seekers of truth, I ask you, “What is your quest? What reward seek you? Is it not everlasting life? Bread alone represents that mind that lives life subservient to the flesh. All thoughts are, “What shall we eat, or what shall we drink, or what shall we wear. Foolishly, those of this mind ignore all spiritual sustenance to self-destruction. See now how, Esau, represented this mind.
See now, why, the Most High said of Esau, “Esau have I hated. This mind, as represented by Esau and many others, seek the material bread that feeds the flesh, theirs is a mind governed by self, solely, and this mind is the way unto destruction. Yet, Yahweh so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son, that whomsoever believes on him shall not perish, but shall have everlasting life. He alone is the bread of life, the word made flesh.
Now understand the importance of Yahushua’s resistance to the temptations brought upon him by Satan in the wilderness where all men presently reside in a state of separation from the Father. Knowing Satan’s trickery, To this mind Yahushua speaks saying, “Man shall not live by bread alone. Understand, this is not a denial of the power given unto him as the Son of God, for he demonstrated his power by turning water to wine, feeding the 5,000, and more. His denial was on dependency of flesh. Had he turned the stone to bread he would have repeated the failure of Adam in the garden.
Think, did not the Father say to Adam regarding the forbidden Tree, “In the day you eat thereof, you shall surely die. The fruit of the forbidden tree can be likened unto the thoughts of a self-driven mind. After Eve, then Adam ate of the forbidden fruit, was not the effect as stated in scriptures, able to make ONE wise. Is this not a shift of mental attention? Where ONE’S thoughts become focused on self, to the denial of the life-giver, our Heavenly Father.
Therefore, the conscious mind that consumes this bread, engaging in thoughts that satisfy the material needs of the body, or Metaphysically speaking, a sense consciousness, shall not live. Or, as the Father has said, “Shall surely die.” Hear again, the words spoken by the Father about his Son, and understand, “This is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased.” Yahushua’s life was a demonstration of self denial, or flesh dependency, for Godly gain. His actions of thought pleased the Father. Esau’s actions of thought did the Father hate. How is it with you dear reader?
So, in this stanza of Yahushua’s Meditation, the Master is directing the disciples to meditate upon receiving from the Father the daily bread that leads unto everlasting life, which is the living word, Yahushua himself. Hear his words again, “Man shall not live by bread alone — BUT, by every word that proceeds out from the mouth of God.
The bread we seek is that bread that nourishes the soul unto everlasting life. It is the bread given by the Master, he alone can say, “I am the bread of life.” Yet, as this was a hard saying to understand during the earthly life of Yahushua, so, too, now, many stumble in understanding. For many still labor for the meat that perishes, choosing to believe unto the physical existence of the Master only, ignoring that during Yahushua’s earthly ministry, his dependency was solely on the WORD, and it’s truth.
His was an offering of self to save the world. “I came down from Heaven not to do my will, but the will of the him who sent me. I am that bread of life, he that believeth on me hath everlasting life. The Master speaks not of a belief unto his physical existence, for he said, “But I said unto you, that you also have seen me, and believe not,” Alluding to the mighty miracles he performed in the flesh, witnessed by many, who still believed not his teachings. Today, many believe on him as existing, believing even the miracles he performed, yet, darkness abounds when it comes to his teachings.
So, when we meditate on, give me, or give us this day our daily bread, we our seeking the spiritual wisdom, and understanding of Yahushua’s teaching for the nourishing of our souls unto everlasting life. Has he not said, “The flesh profits nothing!” Yahushua’s life was a total sacrifice for the word. He sacrificed his body for the word, he sacrificed his blood for the word, of his will, it was, not my will, but thy will be done. He was that bread that came down from Heaven to give life unto the world. He is the living word, the word of God made flesh. Of his words he said, “The words I speak, they are spirit, and they are life.”
Therefore, we, who have believed in his name, to the understanding of his teachings, who have, through him, become children of the Most High, who like him, are born not of the blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God, seek this daily bread. For his flesh is meat indeed, and his blood is drink indeed.
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