Amidst the leaves of the most prolific book in World history, scrutinized the Globe over —“whose height reached to the heavens and which could be seen by all the earth”; that great, towering ‘Babel’ to-date called The Holy Bible, which has been translated into print—in part or in full—in more than 3,000 languages, lies hidden a great mystery, that yet unseen truth of which shall enlighten the whole World —namely, the “oneness of God” [John 17:21]. We were made wholly, yet temporally incapable of deciphering what this most marvellous truth, aptly entails, through the agency of divinely penned fiction, religious satire, the Author using amphibology to render—for a divine purpose—as many interpretations of the Book as there are Readers of the divine mystery within —“as the stars of Heaven in multitude“. Since the beginning of a time that will be looked back upon as The Great Tribulation, this time when We are unwittingly evolving to become that which We, predestined, forever shall be, the truth regarding Our individual, spiritual journeys towards a collective, universal and divine oneness did lay hidden before Our very eyes. This enigmatic “oneness” is the very same “mystery” spoken of within The Revelation of Jesus Christ, that great mystery “kept secret since the World began”, of which is therein and elsewhere referenced as “The Mystery of God”.
IN THE DAYS OF THE SOUNDING OF THE SEVENTH ANGEL [Zechariah 9:14], WHEN HE IS ABOUT TO SOUND, “THE MYSTERY OF GOD” WOULD BE FINISHED [Hebrews 12:2], AS HE DECLARED TO HIS SERVANTS THE PROPHETS.
— Revelation 10:7
As We, by way of the slumbering memories rekindled by the Spirit of Christ, do here begin to consider “The Mystery of God”, We find a purposefully disordered account of the ‘Story of God’ —divinely penned Chaos. It is not, when properly ordered, and hence understood, the mythology of a singular, monotheistic God of ancient ‘history’, but it is ‘His Story’ [Isaiah 41:22], wherein one God [i.e., El] becomes two [i.e., Eloah], and then many [i.e., Elohim], united together as “One” [John 17:23]. This perfect, eschatological “Unity” —the “oneness of God”, a subject of debate among philosophers and theologians alike, held to be the ultimate truth among the former and sacrosanct to the latter, is oft defined as meaning one in number, that God is absolutely and indivisibly one. However, within the Book the word “God” is typically found to be plural in form, a “plural singular” word denoting neither “pluralis excellentiae” nor “pluralis majestatis”, as has been elsewhere suggested, but rather, firstly to emphasize within the mystery the oneness of a twinned God denoted “Father and Son” [i.e., Eloah]: two Gods, who act as one, for They are not ‘one’ [i.e., Greek hein] in number —that is to say, one-and-the-same Person, but rather two distinct Personalities who are “one” [i.e., Greek hen] in essence. Consequently, We find God speaking so: let “Us” make man in “Our” image; the man has become like one of “Us”; let “Us” go down and there confuse their language; etc. We thus discover God, absent pride boasting to be “the First AND the Last”, not claiming to be, singularly, the Be-All-and-End-All, as is erroneously interpreted, but revealing the hitherto veiled “oneness” of two Gods whom—both in act and in essence—are truly one: “I, the Lord, am the First; and with the Last I am He” [Isaiah 41:4]. And via the divine formula, “the first shall be last, and the last shall be first”, We are at once made to understand the divine pronouncement by the ‘Heavenly Son’, announcing within the Revelation that He, the “Only Begotten” —of the Father, and as a consequence the beginning of the Creation, is the “Beginning”; and that together with His ‘Heavenly Father’, the decided “End” of the Creation, the two joined together, spiritually, as one —“what God has joined together”, are the very first divine Couple [i.e., Soulmates], just like the first, allegorical “man”, whom was created “in Our image, according to Our likeness” —namely, soulmates Adam AND Eve. For it is in this way the similarity of “God” [i.e., Christ and Father] with fictitious “man” [i.e., Adam and Eve] is first drawn, and it is with the proper elucidation of this allegory that the beautiful, mysterious union of ‘two becoming one’ is revealed, thereby shedding light on the Creation’s greatest secret, as well as its most solemn promise: the revelation of the “Sons of God”.
THE EARNEST EXPECTATION OF THE CREATION EAGERLY WAITS FOR THE REVEALING OF THE “SONS OF GOD”.
— Romans 8:19
As alluded-to above, the term “oneness of God” extends beyond defining the Father and His Christ as one God [i.e., Eloah], for it most wonderfully includes every living Soul [Mark 16:15], collectively —namely, the “Sons of God” [i.e., the Elohim]. For “the image” of God [i.e., Elohim] is what is said of man [i.e., mankind], not of the first man [i.e., the primeval pair] alone, therefore We read that “male AND female” —that is to say, soulmates [Galatians 3:28], created He “them” [i.e., mankind], for all mankind, without distinction, are the image of God —“when He is revealed, we shall be like Him”. Hence, as We reflect upon the story of the creation of Adam and Eve, and by extension collective mankind, whom in the absence of equality are more precisely referred-to as the “mirror image” [2 Corinthians 3:18] of God —for “a wise man’s heart is at his right hand”, We are made capable of deciphering the enigmatic truth regarding Those whom, together with the Father and His Christ are in both name and essence truly “equal”: the Elohim —“not one shall lack a Mate”, the universal, collective “One” called God: exactly like collective mankind is called man. Accordingly, the key to unlocking Revelation’s door to The Mystery of God, and thus revealing the Sons of God, begins with knowledge of the above referenced, divine union of two Gods made one, together with the righteous belief that it is not wrong to consider Oneself “equal” to God, but rather each One’s rightful inheritance. This requires that One exercise faith in the Father —“seek first His righteousness”, in order to see that He would have begotten no-less than an “equal” when He brought Christ into His reality, nor anything less for Those who would follow thereafter. For it is only through the lens of “equality” —that is, the righteousness of equality, We can pierce that greatest mystery, and thereby see that although We have been lead for a time to falsely believe that We are inferior to God, the Book reveals that just as Christ is “equal” to the Father, so the Sons of God, too, are “equal” to the Father —“let there be equality”. As We are clearly told in Romans: “For whom He foreknew, He also predestined to be conformed to the image of His Son [i.e., the Son of God], that He might be the Firstborn among many Brethren [i.e., the Sons of God].” This is the truth of Those made equal to the Son, who Himself did not find it robbery to be equal to God the Father —Those whom are hereby called to hear that very truth.
MOREOVER WHOM HE PREDESTINED —NAMELY, THE SONS OF GOD, THESE HE ALSO CALLED; WHOM HE CALLED, THESE HE ALSO JUSTIFIED; AND WHOM HE JUSTIFIED, THESE HE ALSO “GLORIFIED” —THAT IS TO SAY, MADE “GODS”.
— Romans 8:30
In the twinkling of an eye, to Those “to whom the word of God came” [John 10:35], to the “Sons of God”: “You are Gods!” Like Myself prior to awakening, You have each One “fallen asleep” [1 Corinthians 15:20], figuratively speaking, as foretold within multiple biblical verses, asleep as to Your “understanding” of the definition of being—or rather, becoming—a God. The Holy Bible proclaims that “the whole Creation” is groaning and laboring, in “birth pangs” [Romans 8:22], as We, through that mystery in life called death [i.e., suffering (a topic to be discussed hereafter)], are each One being made “perfect”, the process of perfection known as apotheosis: temporally referred–to as mankind, We are together being transformed, through mortality, into “Gods” [Psalm 82:6]. As if awakening from amnesia, wherein truth has been purposefully veiled from Our temporally ‘blinded’ minds, blinded by the divinely created darkness [Isaiah 45:7], each God shall be herewith enlightened with a divine knowledge through which all things become “new”.