The Importance of the Son

The Importance of the Son

We need to start by understanding what the son symbolizes. What is the spiritual meaning of the son?  The invisible or spiritual things of God are understood by the things that are made (Romans 1:20). To understand the spiritual meaning of the son we need to look at how a son is made.  A father, sows his seed, by his energy (father, son, holy spirit).  The son symbolizes the seed and the seed is the word of God (Luke 8:11).  It was through God’s word (seed) that everything was made.

“In the beginning God created heaven and earth.”  To create is to think in the mind, to visualize something. We know this because the next verse tells us that the earth was without form. It has yet to be made.  That will require the seed. When God said “Let there be light” that was the utterance of God’s desire. The first stage in bringing what we desire into being. Desire is emotion, which is of the heart. Emotion is Energy or (in biblical terms) Spirit ”And the Spirit of God moved…”  Desire sets things in motion. E-motion. Energy in motion. But energy (in and of itself) cannot bring something into existence. That will require the seedand there was light.”  This is why it was said of Jesus, “In him was life; and the life was the light of men.”   In the seed is life. Spiritual seed = spiritual life = spiritual light. It is by God’s seed or word that His creation was made. “All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made. “  All things were made by Jesus. Not the man. But what inhabited the flesh of the man, which was the spiritual seed or word of God- “and the word was made flesh.”  God's creation was and is made by God’s seed.

The Holy Bible begins with the creation of a physical heaven and earth and ends with the creation of a spiritual heaven and earth. The physical creation is the result of God sowing His seed by His Energy into mother earth.  The spiritual creation is the result of God sowing His spiritual seed or word into our heart (through spiritual obedience). To bring us the spiritual instruction on the spiritual creation that is to take place within us (encoded in the beginning and the end of the first book of the Torah, which the children of Israel failed to comprehend, having eyes that could not see and ears that could not hear) God sowed His spiritual seed into another mother, whose son provided the instructions for this spiritual creation through his words and his deeds, understood by those within whom the spiritual veil of religious iniquity or the carnal mind has been lifted.

Christians and Muslims deny the son. The Holy Quran (to my knowledge) does not refer to Allah as Father, so it makes sense why they would deny that the Creator has a Son. But it also reveals the carnal mind, which cannot comprehend how something that is spiritual (i.e. Allah) could produce something that is physical. Yet, isn’t that the pattern for creation itself? Something that cannot be seen making or forming something that can be seen. If Muslims accept that Allah is the Creator of the heaven(s) and the earth, they are unwittingly accepting the existence of the seed of God, which made the creation possible. The son = the seed. The Holy Bible, on the other hand, does refer to God as Father. Christians know this and still they deny the Son by saying Jesus is God. He that denies the Father and the Son is antichrist. Christ is the culmination of God’s Spirit and His word or seed- energized seed, which is why Jesus was called “the Christ.”  In denying the son by calling Jesus God one is unwittingly denying the spiritual seed, rejecting the very thing that is needed for the spiritual creation that is to take place within him. To reiterate. The son = the seed. The seed = the word (Luke 8:11). The word = the works. The son = the works.

“Say ye of him, whom the Father hath sanctified, and sent into the world, Thou blasphemest; because I said, it am the Son of God? If  I do not the works of my Father, believe me not. But if I do, though ye believe not me, believe the works…”John 10:36-38.

The son (the spiritual seed of God) is telling the Jews (who falsely accused him of saying he was God) that he does the works of the Father, which if they had ears to hear would have understood that the works of creation were and are done through the seedthrough the son when we believe the works, the word “believe” meaning “to obey; put action to,”  as it is through these spiritual works that the spiritual creation takes place. Christians say they believe in Jesus, but Jesus (as he states) does not care if they believe in him. He wants them to believe (put action to) the works. Jews and Christians have failed to do the spiritual works. Jews fail to do the works by not observing the spiritual instructions encoded in the beginning and end of the first book of the Torah. Christians have failed to do the works because someone has taught them that there are no works to do, that Jesus did the works for them. Yes, the energized seed (christ) does the work that results in our new creation. But it takes an effort on the part of the one in whom the creation takes place. That effort is his desire to heal his mind and heart, through which the death or passing of his "first heaven and first earth" takes place. This desire activates the holy spirit. When the children of Israel (chosen to teach us about ourselves) cried out to be delivered from bondage, Moses appears. Why? Because Moses embodied the Spirit of God, moved (activated) by their cry. But it wasn’t long before they began resisting the Holy Spirit, which they illustrated for us by resisting Moses “you do always resist the holy spirit, as your fathers did, so do you.”  And since the holy spirit (divine energy) delivers (sows) the holy seed- the energized seed called christ, they will never experience their new creation "a new heaven and a new earth," symbolizing a new mind and a new heart. Before this can take place one must do the work of preparing himself for the sowing of this energized seed (christ) that brings the new creation into existence. He does this through his desire to discover the spiritual impurities that dwell within that spiritual womb called the heart, as God will not allow His Holy One to see corruption. He must plow and till his spiritual ground or earth, as Elisha plowed with the twelve yoke of oxen. The twelve tribes of Israel or twelve sons of Jacob represent the spiritual judgment (fire) that purifies the heart, preparing it for the sowing of God’s anointed seed, as Mary, being a virgin, conceived of God’s holy seed, which produced a son.

The word son (in Hebrew) is ben, which brings to mind the words of the teacher of the first revelation, who said, “We must travel from Reu to ben from Reuben to Benjamin.”  We find this internal process in the 49th chapter of Genesis, where Jacob tell his twelve sons what will befall them in the last or end of days, revealing what we will encounter should we desire to experience this healing, salvation, purification, birthing, or ascension process, the latter symbolized by Jacob’s ladder, which was set up on the earth, symbolizing the heart, and reached into heaven, symbolizing the mind, the angels ascending and descending, taking messages from the heart, up to the mind, and back down again. People are attempting to purify their consciousness (mind) without first purifying their heart (the subconscious). This does not work!

The word “Reuben” means “see ye a son,” which is visualization, as God visualized heaven and earth before it was made. The word “Benjamin” means “a son of the right hand,” the right hand symbolizing power. To reach Benjamin (to become a son of the power of God) one must do the work of judging the negative aspects of all twelve sons of Jacob, which are the twelve tribes of Israel (Genesis 49:28; Matthew 19:28). I experienced this amazing healing process over a period of seven years, which is the topic of my second book.

“Is it not written in your law, I said, ye are gods? If he called them gods, unto whom the word of God came…" John 10:35

The word of God is the seed of God. If you have the seed of God you are (in essence) a god, or a son if you view God as Father. 

Abraham was called Father as he represents God. He had two sons: Ishmael and Isaac. The SON is the SEED and the seed is the WORD. The Holy Quran and The Holy Bible are both considered to be the literal WORD of Allah/God. But there is a difference in the two. It’s the difference between the Mind and the Heart. The Holy Quran is about the Intellect, and contains supreme knowledge with respect to the Sciences. The Holy Bible is a record of man’s spiritual and religious history, its stories containing the error in doctrines of the religions that are associated with it, along with detailed instructions for salvation for healing the deepest level of the soul, through which one becomes a new spiritual creation. Ishmael was born of Hagar, the bondwoman and Isaac was born of Sarah, the freewoman. This is because the Quran does not contain the spiritual instructions that if followed will release us from our spiritual bondage. It does not teach the son, which was the promise made to Sarah, through which we are made free of our spiritual bondage.

The SON symbolizes the SPIRITUAL SEED or SPIRITUAL WORD of God, which if observed (obeyed) makes us FREE of our spiritual bondage, which is why we have been given the second revelation on the symbolic code, which reveals this SPIRITUAL TRUTH that religion has done its best to destroy.

Written by Sandra L. Butler (Copyright © March 2016)
Author; The Bible Decoded; The Little Book for the Soul