Contradictions in the Gospel of John

TOPICS: Example of Christ consciousness – no one comes to father without having Christ consciousness – idolatry of Jesus –

Question: So the man is Charge of my Bible study reads me the Verse from John

“John 14:6 Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me.”

This is the first Verse that all the Christians use to prove that Jesus is the only way to the Father. I would like some understanding about the Truth of what Jesus was saying.

Answer from ascended master Jesus through Kim Michaels:

I came to demonstrate through example what can be attained by people who embody the Christ consciousness. When you embody the Christ consciousness, you identify fully with that state of consciousness. Therefore, you no longer say, “I have found the way the truth and the Life” because saying so implies that there is still a distance between you and the truth. When you truly embody the Christ consciousness, you are the truth. Therefore, the only logical statement is to say exactly what I said, “I am the Way the Truth and a Life.”

The statement that no one comes to the Father except through me must be understood in this context. I was not referring to the outer person of Jesus Christ. I was referring to the Christ consciousness. No one comes to the Father, no one can enter the wedding feast, no one can enter the kingdom of God without putting on the wedding garment of the Christ consciousness. Once again, I was completely identified with the Christ consciousness, and that is why I said what I said.

You now have the truth. Yet I must caution you that many Christians will not be willing to accept that truth. Because if they were to let go of their idolatry of me, and recognize that they can attain the same state of consciousness that I attained, they would have to take responsibility for their lives and their salvation. It is so much more convenient for these people to maintain the belief that I will save them as long as they declare me as their Lord and Savior.

Do not be overly concerned about these lifestreams. They are who they are in the present moment, and they will not be willing to open their minds until they reach a higher level of spiritual maturity. Simply look at them as children who are not yet ready to acknowledge the responsibility of a mature spiritual seeker.


Copyright © 2004 by Kim Michaels