The beloved disciple – John or Lazarus or all

TOPICS: The beloved disciple is the one who seeks oneness with Jesus – assume that everything Jesus said has a deeper meaning –


Question: Who is the beloved disciple?

Answer from ascended master Jesus through Kim Michaels:

You are—all of you.

Question: I mean John or Lazarus, In the Gospel of John?

There was no specific disciple. It is a metaphor.

Who are my brothers and sisters? Those who hear the word of God and do it. Who is the beloved disciple? The one who seeks oneness with me. And thus, you all have the potential to be the beloved disciple.

You see, it is an outer, linear form of thinking to think that everything in the Bible has to be factual. There are many, many things in the Bible, including many statements I made, that were not meant to be interpreted in factual, linear terms. In fact, my beloved, it would be wise of you to assume that anything I said was a metaphor and was not to be taken literally. For you will go much further by interpreting it beyond the literal interpretation.

 

Copyright © 2008 by Kim Michaels