“We are the temple of the living God; as God said, “I will live in them and move among them, and I will be
their God, and they shall be my people.” 2 Corinthians 6:16
This means the living God is within, and without us. This living God animates everything, and is in everything, even us.
Jesus taught this and so did the most prolific write of the New Testament, Paul. There are many writings in the Nag Hammadi Scriptures, which were removed from today’s Bible, that also expound even more on this fact. Nag Hammadi Scriptures were also considered inspired writings, until 300 years after they were written, and were removed at the Council of Constantinople in 381 AD. Then these Scriptures, and others like them describing more details about how Creation really came to be, what really happened to us, how more angels are involved, and who these angels really are, got cut out of today’s Bible.
This is unfortunate, as if information and education is a bad thing, as if we need to be spoon fed slanted bites of information, as if we cannot handle the truth.
No matter we believe about God or Creation, we deserve to know the truth, not just what a particular group with an agenda wants us to know. The words of Jesus and God have been maligned for thousands of years. Censorship is not a good thing when deciding what to believe. Censorship makes us puppets in someone else’s game.
It matters to us individually, and it matters to the world. We would not be in the condition we are in if all of Jesus words were “allowed” to be read. Now is the time to find the Nag Hammadi Scriptures, if you have not already done so, and read them. They are compiled in a book as big as the Bible. That is how many writings have been omitted.
But we need to be ready to read and understand more than what we know now, more than what religious leaders in 381 AD wanted us to know. We need to ask for Holy Spirit to guide us as we read these revealing words. They are different. More beings are involved, some with impure motives. We have a right to know this.
There are also more, many more words Jesus told everyone in his day. Why wouldn’t we want to read them? The people who say not to read the Nag Hammadi Scriptures have an unholy agenda I encourage everyone not to fall for. Each of us is in charge of our own eternal destiny. Yes, we are destined for more, in union with God. No person or group of people is in charge of our eternal soul and spirit.
There is more to Creation, not less.