Why Jesus’ Life is Important Beyond Religion
“Karmic” Redemption and Ancestral Bondage
©2009 Tiffany Snow

No matter what religion you are or in what culture or part of the world you live in, the life of Jesus has changed your life. This also includes all who never heard about him and who have ever lived or died upon the planet. And it has nothing to do with man’s concept of religion. How so? How could the life of a man born over 2,000 years ago affect us today? The answer may be different than you think.

Do you have diabetes? Does cancer run in your family lines? What if you could get one prescription for it and never worry about the problem again? Now what if that medicine not only saved your life, but also any children of yours would be free of it too? Would you want the prescription? Of course you would! But…what if you were an infant, or so very sick that you had no ability to get the medicine, would you have someone that cared about you enough to give the treatment to you? Yes, you did.

You and all of mankind have been freed from an ancestral deformity that was passed down from our original parents. Think of it this way: if a cake pan gets dropped on the floor and dented, any cake that comes out of it will carry the same dent. So it was for the defect passed down through Adam and Eve, through the human race, to you. You had that dent, a generational bondage that prevented you from ever becoming all you were created to be.

The One who made us is of perfect light and love, and all his creations were perfect, including humankind. Light and dark can’t be in the same place together. It simply cannot occur. Some of Love’s creations unplugged from the light, using the gift of free will in a hazardous way. When Adam first rebelled, it put all of humankind in a place of imperfection, a place of dark separation. How was God going to bring his children close to him again, since he is all light?

Let’s look at the original story of Adam and Eve as a modern parable, to help understand this a bit better…Dad (God) told his kids (Adam & Eve) not to go across the street, because they could get hurt (“don’t eat from the tree or you will die”). If they went across the street, they would have to go on “time out” in their room. Well, a bully and his gang (fallen Angels, also called demons) told the kids how much fun it was on the other side of the street and that they were missing out, and that Dad didn’t know what he was talking about (“you positively will not die, but your eyes will be opened…”). So, the kids decide to disobey and cross the street…Now Dad had to follow through on his word, so he had to put them on time-out like he said. But now they were in a different room from him (light and dark cannot be in the same place, it is impossible), so how was he going to get them out of the corner, and back where they could all be together in the front room again, laughing and communicating and enjoying one another (how could a sinner come before the core of Perfection, when sin means “missing the mark” of perfection)?

Have you ever wondered if you are paying off something in this life because of something you did in the last one? Before Jesus that was true. Because of the choice of our first earthly dad, mankind was in a state of darkness – which meant no matter how long we lived, nor how many times, we would never be able to rise up to the level of brightness needed to finish our work. We kept trying to polish the basic facets of love over and over and still could not come before the Presence of Light and Love. The burden of darkness on our shoulders was too great. We couldn’t lift it off by ourselves, ever. It was passed down through our folks to us; it was an ancestral curse, a generational bondage that no one in the family line could change. We needed someone from outside the human family. This is where Jesus came in. He is the karmic redemption for mankind, the “eye for an eye” needed by perfect justice. Jesus had a pre-human existence, his spirit was transferred to earth and he was born as a perfect man, and he did not rebel yet he was put to death. Adam had also been created a perfect man, but he rebelled (“the wages of sin is death” Romans 6:23) and died in his imperfection. Now you understand why no one could come to the Father except through Christ because it simply was not possible, he opened the door for everyone, no matter if they know about it or not. Notice this does not have to do with following a specific religion, but is about returning all of humanity back to God beyond separation of any kind.

So returning to our parable, you see how we got out of the corner, out of the darkness of the back room, and are able to come into the family room again. But we still have to recognize the door is open, get off our duff, and walk through it – which means everything about continuing to choose love over fear as we each move forward in our journey toward love, one facet at a time. We also have the choice to pout and refuse to lift our eyes and to just stay where we are, in the darkness of our little room no matter how much Dad calls to us to come out and play. Each of us is now before God by grace, each of us standing in that same place of Adam and Eve, responsible for our own free will choices, and able to listen to him call and seek him out. With the choice of choosing Love, we choose to have a divinely guided life; our will becomes his will, and there is no separation. We can come back into the family room again, which is what he wanted to begin with.

“Therefore, just as sin entered the world through one man, and death through sin, and in this way death came to all men, because all sinned…for if the many died by the trespass of the one man, how much more did God’s grace and the gift that came by the grace of the one man, Jesus Christ, overflow to the many!” (Romans 5:12, 15) Now the door is open to all. Jesus was a great gift of love for all of mankind, and God wants all of his kids up on his lap. This is why Christ is beyond Christianity, and why Father has also told me during stigmata that “many of my children will be given the stigmata of my son, in all religions.”

Each life is an opportunity to polish the facets of love – forgiveness, giving, receiving, empathy, compassion, etc. Jesus was once asked by a religious leader what the most important teaching was. In reply, Jesus condensed myriads of traditional lessons down to a simple code to live by, stressing unity and love. “The most important one, answered Jesus, “is this: ‘Hear O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is one. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ There is no commandment greater than these.” (Mark 12:29-31) If God went to church, Love would be his religion.

Now you know the bigger picture of why respect for Christ and praying to God in Jesus’ name has great power to heal, to do cleansings and deliverances and other wonderful things. “In the past God spoke to our forefathers through the prophets at many times and in various ways, but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed heir of all things, and through whom he made the universe. The Son is the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of his being, sustaining all things by his powerful word. After he had provided purification for sins, he sat down at the right hand of the Majesty in heaven. So he became as much superior to the angels as the name he has inherited is superior to theirs.” (Hebrew 1:1-4) A name represents everything that a person embodies. Jesus looked forward to the greater blessings that would come after his death. “In that day you will no longer ask me anything. I tell you the truth, my Father will give you whatever you ask in my name.” (John 16:23) Simple love and respect for the life and death of Jesus compels us to mention thanks for him in our prayers; and indeed God is proud of the love that his son has demonstrated for him and for mankind, freeing us to continue to become all we were created to be, beyond culture or religion. END

About the Author: Tiffany Snow carries the scars of the Holy Stigmata, and is a documented miracle healer and award-winning author. All her books are available on Amazon.com. Distant healing, speciality prayers, live teleconferences and more articles are offered through the websites. This article may be reprinted and shared in any form, unedited, without permission: please list a website for contact information: www.TheFourthHealing.com   www.TiffanySnow.com     800-535-5474      TOP