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A viewer wonders if I (Karl Mollison) read the Bible or follow the Scriptures and is uncomfortable that our information is not coming from that source. What can we say to him and others who believe following the Bible is an absolute requirement?

The key requirement to be in divine alignment is to follow divine principles with your life in how you treat yourself and others. This is not wholly contained nor described within the Bible in how to proceed. The Bible is a kind of snapshot of world events two millennia ago and earlier, and is greatly out of date with respect to many cultural changes and the growth of human knowledge and technological development. There is a much greater sophistication with education assisting the spread of knowledge much more widely than ever before. There is a need for new knowledge and information and that is the purpose of the ongoing effort you are making to channel us to fill in gaps, for information not covered by the Bible in the thinking of those living in early times. Because we never lead but only help support, there could only be information given to answer issues of immediate concern, and then only stay within existing knowledge for the most part, with a few hints about expanding perspectives for people to consider. This is what is termed inspiration.


When people come forth with a new idea that is divinely inspired, it truly comes from us, but from the deep inner recesses of the mind and wells up as seemingly a person’s own idea when in fact, it may be gifted for them to recognize. If it is embraced and they act on it to share it with others, the mission is accomplished from our perspective, but always needs human cooperation. This process of inspiration was never, and we repeat never, intended to stop with the biblical era. We have been inspiring people all through the ages and it continues in the current moment and is taking place right now for the channeler of this message. He is coming forward with an earnest desire to help this inquirer understand the divine perspective and how it can integrate with his prior teachings that are focused on the Bible as the be-all and end-all of divine wisdom and a handbook for living.


The reality here is that life is continually growing and expanding and this is true of human behavior and thought and the progress culturally that has taken place since those days. There are many circumstances and dilemmas that are not covered by the Bible specifically, and this leaves many loose ends and allows much variance in trying to apply biblical injunctions to guide modern living. As such, it falls short in many ways and is truly out of date.


The other problem we would point out gently, is the Bible is not an accurate, word for word accounting of divine words or intentions either. It is heavily redacted, it is modified and edited, many things have been withheld, and many things have been manipulated to create false impressions that serve the powers that be, the human regimes guided by their negative interloper influencers to twist religions into a tool that serves the suppression of humanity. This is evident in the heavy-handed judgmental tone, the casting of humans in the role of being unworthy supplicants who are subservient to divine whim, and must work avidly to please God or receive punishment. This dark view of things, that God is judgmental, that humans are weaklings, is a deliberate distortion and a deliberate manipulation to disempower the human and to create difficulty all along the way. Under the rules we must follow ourselves in giving human control of their own world, such negative thinking will lock us out and we can no longer be helping. If humans disempower themselves and feel they must stay within the fences of their holy writ, we must stand aside and let them have their misinterpretation and their self-imposed harsh discipline—coming not from God but from those who would twist the divine messages into an authoritarian rule to make humans live with uncertainty and fear about what the divine realm might do to them.


The very fact this person feels uneasy leaving the safe haven of the Bible in trusting new information is direct evidence of the effectiveness in herding people into a fenced-in enclosure and convincing them this is the only place safe to be. Anyone who jumps the fence will feel uneasy and at risk and will long to return to the fold and be safe again. It is no different than a long-term prisoner who, after decades of being locked in a cage, is terrified at the prospect of being released and will not feel safe no matter where they go, because they don’t have the prison structure and rules to give them a familiar environment and a place to feel secure and protected.


When people are truly on their own, it can be exhilarating or it can be terrifying. We do not promote the idea of being alone, it is unnecessary, particularly because we are within each in every person. So we are creating a relationship from our end at all times. It is up to human to reach out to us and embrace us in fellowship, and cultivate an inner awareness of our presence and our accessibility. You need not turn to a book to feel close to God when God is within you always, and reachable by your very thoughts. To take the Bible literally has been exalted as a sign of righteousness and a source of distinction. To become expert at things brings with it prestige and respect of one’s fellows. We would simply point out that the extent of potential knowledge did not end with the final chapter of the Bible, because life has moved forward, and therefore divine teachings and wisdom should logically move forward as well. That is what your channel is doing—bringing forward new divine wisdom in the context of questions being asked by contemporary human beings wanting additional knowledge and insight about things, and not always feeling comfortable with biblical teachings.


If you look carefully at the Bible, there are many glaring contradictions. How can this be if it speaks with one voice, and if everything is true, and everything truly divine in origin. What is true is the reality of a divine Creator who loves each and every human and wants them to flourish, to expand and grow, and to rise to ever new heights. This will not happen if knowledge is frozen for all time based on current or recent events. While the span of coverage in the Bible is multiple centuries to some extent, that is but a tiny slice of time over the course of human existence, and with extrapolation into a future which may be unending. It is laughable that such a tiny view through the eyes of human beings themselves in constructing what they believe is the right way to worship, to embrace divine truth and implement it in society, could ever be the last word, to stand for all time. You need look no further than the 10 Commandments for proof of this, as they fall short in many ways in covering the many moral dilemmas facing humanity.


We are not here to burst anyone’s bubble and weaken their faith. We are pointing out that your faith need not depend on the wisdom within a 2000-year-old manuscript, no matter what its origin or pedigree is represented to be. There are many divine teachings and principles on display, many words of wisdom, but not words ideally phrased or stated with today’s language. It is largely metaphorical to begin with, and that always leads to a wide variation of interpretations, and this is where humans get into trouble and then differences of opinion arise. The very fact that the major religions all believe they have the true way and will look down on other faiths as being in many ways misguided, shows the problem quite clearly, where the Jews believe they are the chosen ones, the Christians believe that Jesus is the ultimate gateway to heaven, whereas the Muslims embrace Mohammed and have many differences in their Scripture for ways to live and how to interact with the divine realm. All are promoting divine wisdom, but all have distortions that have arisen because humans were involved in transmitting information and in shaping the narrative.


This is true of all prophets as well. There is always a possibility for misinterpretation and distortion. There are many false prophecies contained in the Scriptures among the religions, from the same problem that exists today—that most who channel presumed higher sources are being misled by low-level beings, so the messages cannot be trusted. Many of these have found their way into the Scriptures of religious faiths and are now carved in stone as the truth, but in fact, are planted there by imposters wanting to cause confusion and to promote ideas that are working against divine principles. To simply take a work of any kind and elevate it to be unassailable, unquestioned, and believed in literally, to the exclusion of any other perspective, is a self-imposed imprisonment of ideas and will have consequences that can be quite severe in limiting the entirety of a person’s life, and set in motion consequences that may even carry into future lives if that leads to harm in some way or a restriction causing pain and suffering.


We know you will not win hearts and minds by attacking people’s faith, but that is not our intention here in giving you these words. We are arming you with truth. It is up to those who listen to decide for themselves, does this make sense that there is more to the universe than any one book, any one body of supposed holy writings? All have divine wisdom within. The question is in the details. Are they also embracing some misguided interpretations? This is always the danger, and 2000 years later the gap has grown so wide that this is the reason many have left religion altogether, because it is outdated and they sense intuitively, it has been corrupted, and that is the problem we are highlighting here. The fact there may be faulty arguments, disinformation, or corrupted thinking in some of the text does not negate the whole. It is no different than any body of scholarly work. This is routine in the sciences, for example, where today’s interpretation of things will, over time, change radically. And this illustrates why it is not a good idea to teach today’s generation of scientists and engineers by restricting them to a 2000-year-old science textbook. Such an idea in that context would, on its face, be universally recognized as being ridiculous, but somehow, when it comes to spirituality people assume there was a singular event when divine truth came forward during a span of a few centuries and that information should stand as is, verbatim, for all of time.


To think this must be so, is reflecting a kind of cult-like programming that is instilled and ingrained in people’s thinking, and reinforced with the threat of punishment should they stray from divine injunctions and make an error of interpretation. “Woe to the one who offends God” is the cudgel that will be in the back of the mind among the faithful. It is a classic carrot and stick approach to indoctrination. That is why it exists through the religions, and it is accentuated to make people fearful and disempowered. There is a carrot and as stick, both, within the universe. Speaking from a broad perspective, the carrot is divine love and that is the driving force for the universe and is our perspective always in all matters—not judgment, not anger, not jealousy. The stick is provided by the workings of karma, meaning that the energy of what humans create with their thoughts, words, and deeds, changes things and those changes will eventually circle back to them as the originator of that energy, and they will receive it in like measure in a similar fashion or even magnified. The good they do will bring them rewards, the bad they do will bring them difficulty, including pain and suffering in many cases, as they experience what they inflicted on others.


That is the way the universe is designed inherently, to keep things in balance and to foster a positive progression that will normally happen because people are more careful to avoid the negative and do not shy away from the positive under normal circumstances. When there is a manipulation of a culture through oppression that distorts things so that negative influences began to dominate, this creates a downward spiral but is an unnatural circumstance. This is what humanity is experiencing and needs to escape from. A 2000-year-old Scripture will not be powerful enough to make things clear about today’s problems or the best solution. It is that simple. You can cling to the past with its limitations, or you can accept new divine wisdom, knowing that you have never been abandoned and God is omnipresent. This is taught in the Scriptures themselves. It is time to embrace the part that is true and to begin letting go of those things that may be untrue.


Anything that promotes fear, judgment, punishment, and human conflict of any kind, are not divine—when you see these perspectives promoted in the Scriptures as being from the divine, it is an untruth, it is that simple. So we are not going to sugarcoat this for you, that is a tool of the darkness. We are telling it like it is and you must make up your own minds. Many will turn away still and see this as a further attempt to corrupt and to cast aspersions on their beloved faith-based belief in their holy writings they revere. But this is their choice. People make such choices all the time and we must allow this. We do not judge them or condemn them. They are condemning themselves to limitation, that is the price they pay. The choice is up to them. We are here to support and love them always, but must allow their free expression and the consequences will follow from what they choose to do and choose not to do. It will not be our divine judgment or punishment of them, but if they choose a path that leads to dead ends or is not enough to solve their problems, then what happens to them will be in keeping with taking the low road, so to speak. The high road is one of being open to enlightenment, being open to inspiration, being open to expansion and growth that, by definition, cannot come from a body of knowledge that is static and exists in an archive unalterable, unchanging, and becoming less relevant by the day in some ways.


This viewer points out that the Bible tells us we can only come to God through Jesus. He wants to follow our work and support it, but feels held back by these questions.

There is nothing wrong with embracing Jesus and making Jesus the focus of your spiritual life, your spiritual yearnings, and your source for inspiration and assistance for any and all needs. That is because Jesus was a divine agent and was bringing forth the truth of the divine in all he did. He spoke divine truth wherever he went, and if you look at his message it was all about love. It was not about hatred, not about judgment, not about killing for God, but forgiveness, for applying love to problems, and about the importance of healing in many ways, all of which were real and significant, including the removal of dark spirits from people. And this gives a good example about how, even among the faithful who believe in the literal truth of the Bible, many are skeptical about the reality of demonic possession, so they themselves are choosing what to believe and what not to believe of their own revered text. Such phenomena are very, very, real and this is been the original cause of all the darkness and negativity in the earth plane itself, yet it is widely ignored in the common culture despite the predominance of professed believers.


The difficulty posed by the Bible account of Jesus describing himself as being the only true way to God contains within it a misinterpretation. He was using himself as an example of one who holds true belief and true faith. He communicated with us many times daily and had a very direct interaction, as is happening through the channel bringing these words forth. That creates within, the possibility for a very high level of belief. And that was his strength, to do all he did with that certainty of the divine. But he made very clear the fact that he had a Father and pointed out that the Father is within, and so was referencing a higher authority. His entreaty to use himself as an example, as a gateway to God, was simply that people could trust in following his example. And in following him directly, as an acolyte, as a disciple, he was recruiting people to join him in spreading divine truth, and to embrace it themselves, and to see that through his example in who he was, how he viewed the world, and how he acted.


That provides a divine standard and a template that can be followed by anyone to guide how they live their lives, and in doing so will reach a divine level in the performance and execution of their experiences. It was not meant as a restriction, to be exclusive as though he represents a secret password, and so everything must be in his name or is otherwise illegitimate. This makes no sense on its face when he himself was advocating for the Father, the Holy Father, the Almighty. He was a Messiah, a messenger of God, and to deify him as the only divine figure is a distortion that elevates him, and diminishes God as being a potential partner in life. There is nothing wrong with partnering with Jesus Christ, but when you have God available to partner with, you are limiting yourself to a very narrow circle. In a sense, it is like deifying the relationship you have with a best friend. There may be circumstances when your best friend may not be able to give you all you need, and you need a wider circle or a greater authority. You can appeal to any being in the divine for assistance and help. They can work wonders, they can perform miracles, they can heal, they can inspire, and they can assist you in your life in many ways to help you make connections and find information, and so on, but they are not Creator.


While we do not wish to alienate anyone who has come to believe Jesus to be the answer in all respects for living on a divine path, it is a good example. But to use that as a reason to go no further, to not look at other sources of divine wisdom, or signs and demonstrations of divine presence, is limiting your reach. When people see a miraculous event but it did not include the presence of Jesus Christ does that mean it wasn’t a miracle? When someone’s life is saved in improbable ways, or someone is suddenly healed on the brink of death from a universally fatal condition, if Jesus was not there to put his signature on the event does that mean it was not a miracle? The miracles he performed took place because he brought the energy of Creator through him to help those whose lives he touched. It was the divine flow of healing love he brought forth everywhere he went. It is what made people see and feel he was truly divine, because that was the energy of Creator emanating from him, projecting from him, and he used that to inspire him and to manifest it through all of his life in what he said and how he reacted to events around him, and especially in his healing work.


It is not only a narrow focus to believe that everything divine started and stopped with him and his very short life, it is building a kind of prison around you that will keep you from greatness and will keep you from benefiting from the many divine messengers among you who are truly inspired by the divine in carrying out divine work in what they do. All who transfer love to another are divine in that way. Some have a greater mission on a wider stage, and in that respect, share with Jesus Christ a distinction in truly working for Creator directly. To elevate Jesus Christ as the only figure deserving recognition for divine work is a travesty because it negates the many, many, outreaches coming from God through many living today—people of all ages in moments of inspiration who reach out and touch the life of another in a way that gives them hope, and brings about a change for the better, and may in fact save them from a dark fate.


The true message of Christ was to show what all humans are capable of, if they continue on a path of enlightenment. And this is what Creator wants for all—to reach such levels of capability, to be in the flow of love at all times, to give of themselves, and see others with love and forgiveness and understanding, and to help raise one another up, to make the world better, and indeed to work miracles as well. This was all described by Jesus Christ himself in his own words while he was alive. He was pointing the way and that was the essence of his message—not to only rely on him and look nowhere else, but to see in him the possibility for all to move towards the way he expressed divine truth, and to open themselves up more fully to function on his level. This is what is coming for humanity but may not happen if people stay frozen with limited thinking ruled more by doubts and fears than being open to divine inspiration as a stimulus for the growth and expansion that is Creator’s plan.