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Thursday, May 23, 2013

John 12:24

John 12:24
“Truly, truly, I say to you, Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it stays alone: but if it die, it brings forth much fruit."  Jesus Christ

The problem is that the "fruit" it did not become like that original grain!  The progeny of lead wind drinking Romans could no more no more be like Jesus Christ than a modern grain of genetically engineered and modified grain can reproduce it own fertile seed.
The pinnacle of farming development that took years to create can not reproduce.  Just as the soul of Jesus Christ did not resurrect.  If it had there would have been change for the better a lot quicker time and again in the world.
How could the soul of Jesus Christ resurrect into a body and brain that was developmentally defective because of Lead Wine, wine, pot, drugs, prescription drugs, cigarettes chemicals, etc.
Wheat is no longer producing its own seed because that would be too difficult to do?  Parents are not raising their own children because they themselves were raised as hybrids?
Do you see how quickly that could transition to both famine and plague?  Nothing can grow or reproduce, in so many ways!  Once that grain of wheat is gone it is gone!  No if’s and buts about it!  May there be no delusion as to why there isn’t any more or going to be anymore!  I just told you!  That’s the way you wanted it to be despite all protests.
So what are all of these beliefs?  They are spoiled and self serving concepts.  Philosophy people use to reassure themselves and deny themselves any guilt for horrific actions!  Popular philosophies are often a limitation just like this one.  It is almost as if it is literary propaganda so the beast doesn’t have to feel it’s the beast.  Designed to defeat survival of the species?   “What can we put on the coffin that makes death a better sale?
And sure Jesus meant it as a statement of hope for others to follow in his footsteps.  But it did not happen.  Instead the phrase was adopted by those who would try and sell you on the concept of not having guilt for lack of inaction regarding a loved one?
So that is indeed what bothered me about that saying!  I knew there was something that bothered me about it.  It all depends on who say’s it and why?  Two people could say the exact same thing and it would not mean the same thing.  Why? ~ Motivation for speech and a delusion with regard to intent.
One say’s it with thought out meaning and one just repeats it.  Reminds me of a bumper sticker that I saw the other day, “Parrot education” or something like that.
Copyright 2013 Thomas Paul Murphy
Originally published on 05 23 2013 at:

PS.  The "stand alone" part is key here to.  Jesus knew that his disciples did not truly "stand" with him, so it was best for them or him if he died so that maybe there would be corns of wheat in the future that did not stand alone.  Well, he is definitely making a second statement of betrayal with this.

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