Another beautiful insight from Steve Farrar.

“Take off your sandals, for the place where you are standing is holy ground.” Acts 7:33
Herein is the secret of seeking and resting, of searching and receiving. We walk the earth while simultaneously are seated in the Heavenlies.
In Christ we see God united as One Being, both the lover and the Beloved. As Yeshua, He studied to show Himself approved, He grew in wisdom and stature with God and man, yet also declared, “I and the Father are One, and it is He, not I, doing the works you see.”
So there is what appears to be a conundrum here, in that Yeshua as a man did much labor to grow, awaken and evolve. Yet He did nothing of Himself, for Christ channeled the Father, who is eternally complete unto Himself. So we see our dual experience, both as a Son who as a Priest after the Order of Melchizedek, sustains our Being amidst our incarnation by constantly offering blessings to ourself. Yet this is also being led to awakening, by being one who receives all things from our Father, who does the works, just as Christ said, “To this very day My Father is at His work, and I too am working.” Thus the Self seems to labor and rest simultaneously.
According to Paul we are now Kings and members of a royal Priesthood SEATED in the Heavenlies, and while we are for now seemingly in a world of time and space, we serve as a channel of God’s blessing into our consciousness. As Priests, we participate as the Spirit in our awareness, reminding our minds of the Glory, Union and Love that we share with the Father, Son and Spirit. We are transformed into what we truly are, and have been, for time immemorial.
James speaks of the effective doer. “But the one who looks into the perfect law, the law of liberty, and perseveres, being no hearer who forgets but a doer who acts, he will be BLESSED in his doing.” Thus, we see it is possible to do yet not be blessed, if we are acting out of the self. We are not to imitate God, as our religions attempt, but to awaken to our inherent Divinity.
The Father works always, and his works manifest as we look into the law of liberty, in which we learn we of ourselves are doing nothing, and the Father does all, in abundance. The Spirit blows to and fro from whence we know not where. As John the Baptizer spoke, “I (my sense of human ego) must decrease, that He may increase.” Our part is to as Christ bless ourselves out of self-sufficiency, into the sufficiency of Union.
Let him with ears to hear, listen and understand.
– Steve Farrar

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