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Most of our lives we live in the permissive will of God, not His perfect will. Time elapses, we keep on tolerating even deadly things, and the end-result is indeed death. [Ezekiel 18:32] For I have no pleasure in the death of anyone who dies,” declares the Lord GOD. “Therefore, repent and live.” But how about arresting things early in life. [Ecclesiastes 12:1] Remember also your Creator in the days of your youth, before the evil days come and the years draw near when you will say, “I have no delight in them.” Either We cooperate with God's Perfect will or we don't. We have the free will and free choice to the extent of choosing life or death, well-being or adversity.
Perfection is God's perfect plan for your life. What is perfection? The answer: THE TREE OF LIFE. How we return to the midst of Eden and how can we eat of the TREE is explained with logic, and clear information in Joseph Luxum' letters, messages and books.
This book is about the supernatural peace of which Jesus frequently spoke. My peace I give to you not as this world gives (John 14:27 & 16:33). What’s so special about this peace since He made a point by emphasizing His kind of peace? He made still a much stronger case when He said that in the world we have tribulations and turmoil, but He had overcome this world. So how did He overcome this world?
Jesus stated in Matthew 5:9 “Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called sons of God.” In Luke 13:20-21 Jesus compared God’s kingdom to a leaven that causes expansion of the lump and in turn the rising of the baked bread. The Son of God being the chief peacemaker said that He is the ‘bread of life that came down from heaven.’ Therefore, ought not the body of Christ be rather busy with that one particular peace ingredient rather than with the supposed heavenly wars?
Apostle Paul spoke of God’s sons in Romans 8; and that the entire creation longs for the appearance of the sons whom Jesus named as being the peacemakers. The popular theology gives us the idea that Lucifer rebelled against God and took with him one third of the angels suggesting that wars and upheavals came to us from heaven, but this is not clearly written in the Bible. Is it possible that the natural thinkers have interpreted the supernatural through just the physical faculties of cognizance? Wars on earth are quite frequent. Plots and intrigues need time and the obscurity of darkness. Dethroning and overthrowing of monarchs we find on earth, but can anyone plot in the realm of no darkness and of no time? Therefore only a mind accustomed to these earthly dimensions would naturally assume that heaven must go through the same?
In this book we will not even attempt to reconcile theology with the Bible—for it would take too many books to write—but rather attract our mind to logic, which is found in the heavenly peace.
Here is an example of my logic: if heaven once experienced war or upheaval then what guarantee do we have that the same heavenly sphere won’t succumb to it again? Therefore, what sort of a heaven are we preparing ourselves for? Or, what quality of faith ought we have? If the peace of which Jesus spoke is not of this world, but of His, then by contrast with the physical earth, the spiritual realm must be completely peaceful. In the same vain, our faith must not be self-produced, but rather be God’s gift, just as the scripture confirms it to be so.