Get Rich Quick with the Truth of Who You Are

Ascriptorian friend sent this quote along a few days ago:
“When you come to know yourselves, then you will become known, and you will realize that it is you who are the sons [and daughters!] of the living Father. But if you will not know yourselves, you dwell in poverty, and it is you who are that poverty.” (The Gospel of Thomas, The Nag Hammadi Library, James M. Robinsoon, General Editor, Harper & Row, 1977, p. 118) Is that not amazing? The Nag Hammadi textswere found in Egypt in the 1940’s and are said to be writings of ancient apostles and other spiritual leaders. I feel they contain much Truth, and I love perusing them. The aforementioned is from the Gospel of Thomas. Think about what this is saying – it’s really not reinventing the wheel or anything. It’s just saying that as we move towards understanding our authentic natures, we move towards becoming known. We start to “get” everything as we start to “get” ourselves. There is no confusion about life when there is no confusion about our personal worth.And thatpersonal worth can only be defined through the lens of Heaven…through the Father in whose image we were created. Further, when wefail torecognize our statusas Children of the Most High,we live in “poverty.”That’s really not talking about the lack of material wealth as much as it is talking about lack of spiritual riches. Soul wealth. Abundance of spirit. “…it is you who are that poverty.” Yikes! When we ignore the inner wisdom thatguidesus to the Truth of our divine natures, we exist in a state of destitution. Beggars who are going everywhere but to the real Source to solicit a state ofwellbeing willcontinue to wallow in impoverished LACK. Such is no way to live,regardless of numbers in a bank accountor lavish surroundings. There’s only one way to feel rich….and to get richQUICK (like, at the speed of Light).Start network marketing via the spiritual pipelineroute.Choose Jesus Christ as your direct upline 🙂 He guides you to the abundant wealth of who you really are. “For ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that, though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, that ye through his poverty might be rich.” (2 Cor. 8:9)

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