Let’s examine the inner workings of phobias, especially those fuming religious fanatical sentiments.

Points of interest 

Birth of Judaism 
The birth of Christianity 
The birth of Islam

Truth does not need any defending it stands on a hill and on its own two feet. Truth is found between minus and plus, just like electricity. Imagine an electrical cable, which has three wires.

In most standard wiring applications the electrons move from the minus side to the plus side; and there are three wires, the positive, negative and ground. When the ground wire is absent then the polarities can get reversed; then the positively charged particles move from the plus side to the minus side. The grounding wire is used to discharge the positive charge so that nothing happens. Usually the ground wire is connected to the ground so that any extra boost of voltage might travel downward thus defusing the danger of a lightning-like fire.

Just as it is in the sky, where these positive and negative charges produce spikes, lightening and thunder and then these ions fall to the ground, so it is with people. Nature responds to these charges differently than in an environment in which man waters a plant with a hose. The spout does not bring the same charge to the atmosphere as rains do after a storm. Even plants need minus and plus and the diffusion of the ground in which they are grounded.

In humanity we have the three types (Matthew 13:38) tares (minus) seed (plus) and field (ground) and only the tares and the seed are connected with the neutral world (field, masses, the ground). The masses watch and observe and then have something to say about anything they heard on the news, but take no action because they are neutral. Small talk, considering what you might say; it can be so or not so; but it does not really matter to them that much… nothing to go to war over. 

Jesus taught us that we ought not judge, but speak the truth. Those who crossed the lines and judge, without actually knowing the facts—the absolute and complete truth—are really fools. 

Do not judge, and you will not be judged; and do not condemn, and you will not be condemned; pardon, and you will be pardoned (Luke 6:37).

A wise man is cautious and turns away from evil, but a fool is arrogant and careless (Proverbs 14:16).

We as God's children come in contact with that arrogance quite often.

Examples of fools: Someone comes in contact with a stranger, but does not like what the stranger says. A fool jumps into conclusions, like these: he is a Free Mason, he is a wolf in a sheep’s clothing, his name means Lucifer… etc. And then on top of it all the fools says, “I know it for sure!” The truth would have to be examined and be shown to be as the accuser supposes it to be, but the fool does not care to study the truth, he or she settled it all in his or her own foolish mind already. 

Actually I never met a Free Mason (FM) in my life, however I heard people whisper pointing to me an alleged Free Mason. I saw people casting out demons out of the supposed FM. A young man was not a FM, but later he accused his parents of being FM’s although he never saw them going to a Lodge or talking the FM jargon. But those who were busy with the ‘deliverance ministry’ would not have it; for they were so absolutely convinced that the young man’s schizophrenia comes from it. Eventually under pressure the schizophrenic admitted to the forced on him lie by accusing his own parents of being FMs. The woman involved in it often asked me, “Joseph what’s wrong with me?” This gracious, beautiful older lady died of cancer and I saw her no more. She took with her the forced upon other people lies.

I have warned many people against the dangers of practicing Proverbs 14:16. But will they listen? Hardly anyone did. Some went to prison, even pastors, and then in prison asked for my teaching cassettes and CDs, trying to understand me; and the plain truth I proclaim, but that was only for political/religious reasons. I can tell stories upon stories here. Fools.

Did I just judge them? No. In Matthew 7:16 Jesus said, 

“You will know them by their fruits. Grapes are not gathered from thorn bushes nor figs from thistles, are they?” 

I have actually experienced their fruits. Hence, my judgment in this case only, is true.

Back to electricity; imagine only one wire running electricity one-sidedly. That’s not even possible. Energy needs both, and in between them is the buzzing living power. The tares alone can’t do the job nor can alone the good seed. If only ground is present then no life is present, especially the extra-dimensional spiritual life. The fear of freedom is caught right here; where one does not know if he or she is the minus, the plus or the neutral ground.

But let’s add reason to this equation now. 

A. If you are not interested in this understanding, which turns into knowledge, which comes from divine logic, then you are just the field. You serve a purpose to defuse tension, which houses us: either the tare or the seed.

B. If you are interested in what is being said here, but keep on opposing it to the bare bone, and God forbid, even judgmentally falsely accuse and conclude it to be evil, then you act like a tare. It would be better to stay a fool than acting like a tare. 

C. If you are interested in what’s being said here and reflect on it, like looking into a well and seeing your own reflection in the water, and then consider these sayings; then that means that your spiritual man inside you resonates with the truth.

The fear of freedom comes from not trusting yourself. If you are not secure in your decisions-making abilities, but need some kind of a fuehrer, dictator or slave master, or an authoritative figure that just tells you and does not reason with you; then your fear is legitimate. An illegitimate fear (if there is such a thing) comes from a malicious and obnoxious disposition, which is illogical and repulsive to others. The origin of such a disposition is usually rooted in supremacist sentiments, ethnic, racial, religious or cultural.

The Birth of Judaism

Moses fought with God; he did not want to go back to Egypt and much less speak to Pharaoh. God had compromised and then allowed Aaron to be Moses’ speaker. Throughout Israel’s 40-years’ journeying in the wilderness. Moses kept showing his uneasiness about his leadership and much less dictatorship. The humblest man on earth seemed to have wanted to be done with being Israel’s leader. Nonetheless, Moses carried on with the mission the Almighty had assigned to him. 

Obviously Moses was not obsessed with power, although he could have become a great monarch and super wealthy. There was so much gold, enough for many more golden cows than just one. But the man gave that gold dust to drink to the rebels who defecated it in the desert. Every Israelite had to use a spade, linen and a jar of water.  The spade was used to dig a hole in the ground. The water was used to wash up, and the linen to wipe. Into the same hole also went the gold and then it was covered with dirt. Hey, that gold is still there in the ground. Who knows, perhaps those of the Kenite tribe secretly went out to the desert to collect it? As funny as this picture might be, it is not too difficult to imagine it.

The point is that Moses wanted no power and no wealth. Moses knew God and that was enough for Him. Just think about it.

I think that people wanted Moses to be their dictatorial, iron-fist man so that all blame would fall in him. Any wrongs and mistakes would be pinned on Moses and when he would die; with him would also go people’s sins. This idea did not come from no place, but from heaven.

Birth of Christianity

Jesus paid the price for the entire world—the field—in which He found His treasure, us, His holy seed. For our sake He came down to earth to take the blame.

As Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, even so must the Son of Man be lifted up; so that whoever believes will in Him have eternal life (John 3:14-15). 

The “whoever” is very important because it comes down to a choice. And in order to have the ability to choose one needs freedom. Just as Christianity, in many lands, had been imposed on people; so was also Islam, some six hundred years plus, after Christ.  

Israel’s history is different. When God spoke to Abraham and told him to leave Ur of Chaldea for Canaan in the West; Abraham had to make a decision, a choice; and so he did. As a nomad he bore Isaac from and from him came Israel and from whom came Joseph and then came the sojourning to Egypt.

God waited for 470 years (430 + 40) for the Canaanites to repent and turn from their evil ways. Israel had to be kept so long in Egypt’s slave house.

God said to Abram, “Know for certain that your descendants will be strangers in a land that is not theirs, where they will be enslaved and oppressed four hundred years” (Genesis 15:13-21).


(Verse 16) for the iniquity of the Amorite is not yet complete.

Who is the root nation?

(Verses 19-21) … the Kenite and the Kenizzite and the Kadmonite 20and the Hittite and the Perizzite and the Rephaim and the Amorite and the Canaanite and the Girgashite and the Jebusite.
The Birth of Islam

Dictatorship had its start in Muhammad who inserted into his religion fanaticism giving no room for reason. This room or space symbolizes freedom. Restricted walls provide no freedom; hence no room for discussions, interpretations and alternate conclusions.

God reasons too. He said to us in Isaiah 1:18 “Come let us reason together…” In order to reason one needs freedom. Anyone under oppression not being free is afraid that some Gestapo spy might hear you and get you in trouble. In Ukraine, during the WW II, prior to the Babi Yar massacre; neighbors pointed out people suspected of being Jewish, just because thy did not share their kind of religion or did not show up at their church.

Uniformity stifles personal freedom. What could have been accomplished in a very short time is being dragged because people are afraid of sticking their heads out beyond the barbed wire fence they have allowed themselves to be fenced in. This spirit is still propagated in religion using no other verse, but this isolated one from 1 John 4:1.

Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world.

When it suits the fearful, he or she chooses just those two verses and never goes further in order to understand the spirit in which John said it; also his heart and the complete meaning. And that can be labeled as malicious, even evil, because the following verses clearly explain John’s initial statement in verses one; (a style which I also use in my writings).

2. By this you know the Spirit of God: every spirit that confesses that Jesus Christ has come in the flesh is from God; 3. and every spirit that does not confess Jesus is not from God; this is the spirit of the antichrist, of which you have heard that it is coming, and now it is already in the world.

The argument is whether Jesus was born physically from a woman, which was aimed at the Gnostics who believed that Jesus came down to earth directly from heaven.  

When it suits people they are bound, but when it suits them they are free, like crazy people who say that it is simpler to be insane and then hide in insanity the real (often too sensitive for this world personality) then to cope with life’s pressures.

John says boldly, 

“We are from God; he who knows God listens to us; he who is not from God does not listen to us. By this we know the spirit of truth and the spirit of error” (V. 6).  

It’s like saying, okay, you do not want to listen to reason, you do not want to awake the spiritual person in you, and here it is plainly stated. We are of God and those who know God will listen to us. Period. But, even then people would still wrangle with this statement, saying, ‘how do I know you are of God, there were many others who claimed to be true prophets even messiahs… Hmm…’ Well, I'd say to such people, “Go your own way and stay in your doubt and ignorance. Don’t waste my time.” Like Moses, I have no ambition to create a movement and be a leader of any movement. My immortality is not limited to an immortalized name as that of the Roman Caesars, but rather that of Enoch. Just think about it.

Basically speaking a display of such attitudes is wicked and many do not even know it. No mercy, no care, and no love, for if there were those attributes present then such people would not torment another with reservations and doubts because one chose to be stupid. Sorry, but that’s how sometime it comes across.

Perhaps this would solve the problem?

“For if you refuse to let them go and continue to hold them, behold, the hand of the LORD will come with a very severe pestilence …” (Exodus 9:2-3).  

Pharaoh continued in his stubborn pride and was forced. Destruction followed, but totally unnecessarily so. Any threat is used against fools, who refuse to know better and to learn. The same blood the Israelites used for their doors the Pharaoh and all Egyptians could use also, but they were too proud. Hence this verse describes it.

Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before stumbling. It is better to be humble in spirit with the lowly than to divide the spoil with the proud (Proverbs 16:18-19).

But Jesus said something about continuing in His teachings.

“If you CONTINUE in My word, then you are truly disciples of Mine; and you will know the truth, and the truth will make you free” (John 8:31-32).


Just as there is no fear in the Perfect Love, which is the heavenly Father, so there is no fear in the truth; for He is the Truth; and Jesus told us that He is the Way, the Truth, the Life and no one comes to the Father, but on these three basis and through Him. That means through His teachings, and His sacrifice. Hence He said to the Samaritan woman that salvation comes in a Jewish package (John 4:22). It comes not just with sacraments, preaching and teaching, comprehension and works, but also with the foundation. The Old Testament is the foundation of the New Testament, without this foundation the truth cannot stand; for just as a candlestick is the foundation for the light, so is the truth.

Truth contains no fear; hence no time is being lost on wrangling and endless disputes. Truth is. It stands on the hill with wide opened arms. One must only turn the intuitive spiritual person inside that physical human shell and only consider, even with the doors ajar. In time the light will flood your being shedding its glory into every dark corner in your mind. So the message is, stand on minus and plus and weigh them as it is in electricity. Stir things up. Activate the flow of electrons; for the truth is not one-sided, it stands in between. But in order to grasp it you must be free.

So what God is calling us to is an individual and personal walk with Him. We've been indoctrinated with generalities, but the mistakes, which these indoctrinations have made, must be corrected. Teaching about the body of Christ, ear, foot, hand or nose ... is okay, but what was left out is the personal accountability, which Paul also teaches.

No Pastor will stand before God and answer for each sheep just because he was in charge.

[Romans 14:12] So then each one of us will give an account of himself to God.

And that was in the context of not judging each other, which Romans 14:14 explains,

"I know and am convinced in the Lord Jesus that nothing is unclean in itself; but to him who thinks anything to be unclean, to him it is unclean."

The same goes for man's long or short hair, music types, foods, keeping holidays etc. Individual conviction and individual accountability.

Apparently, church leaders could not, and would not, trust - perhaps in their own estimation - dumb sheep and hence they treat the sheep like dummies. This has stifled the proper spiritual education.

When you approach things fearfully and distrustfully you will produce the same in people. As a result people are so careful and cautious that they do not even trust themselves, hence they have a fear of the complete freedom.

Freedom is not taught for fear that people would mishandle it. That also means that they are robbing people of the Holy Spirit's Freedom.

This is about to change today.

The Truth Still Makes Us Free

[2 Corinthians 3:17] Now the Lord (Jesus) is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty.

Jesus is one Spirit with the Father who Himself is Spirit, and the Holy Spirit. One Spirit. This wonderful Spirit wants us to be free, which means, not conservative, indoctrinated, backward, dwelling in the past, bound with man's doctrines, which are stuck in time without any progress... the list is long.

What He wants from us is joy, leap forward, exploration - exactly like children do for they ask endless questions, they explore life - we are exploring the spiritual life without any limitations.

[Matthew 18:3] Truly I say to you, unless you are converted and become like children, you will not enter the kingdom of heaven.

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