The Origin of God In the last chapter we saw how God decided to re-enact the spirit war by bringing all angels back into existence without conscious memory of their preexistence and let "nature take its course" again. God the Father proved His existence and Almighty power through Christ, His Son, whom He supports 100%. God then began His plan to prove He is a good God through creating this current universe and launching the battle between good and evil in human history, the stakes being high enough to motivate both sides, the prize being who gets to be the Almighty God Himself!

Throughout history, God dealt with the nation of Israel, as a symbol of Christ and His true people. But physical descent means nothing, for a Jew is one inwardly, not of the flesh. "But he is a Jew, which is one inwardly; and circumcision is that of the heart, in the spirit, and not in the letter; whose praise is not of men, but of God (Romans 2:29)." The Old Testament is full of types and shadows (symbols) of Christ and His true people and what a true spiritual Jew will go through in this life. "But he answered and said, It is written, Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God (Matthew 4:4)." This verse highlights a key thing in understanding the scriptures, that man must live by every word of God, so with spiritual maturity we begin to see ways in which we spiritually live all the Bible characters' experiences (both good and evil) in the context of our own lives. Since the time of full conversion and completion of the life of the first elect in Christ, Abel, the mystery of God has been revealed to angels and always eventually gets revealed to those few humans called the elect. Abel, the son of Adam and Eve, was the first elect, who was killed by his brother Cain, because Cain's self-righteous works oriented sacrifice was rejected by God but Abel brought a blood sacrifice which God accepted. Abel was the first human to understand all that I write on this site, living his life already as a New Testament believer, as the new covenant revealed to the elect in history says to "present your bodies a living sacrifice which is your reasonable service," (Romans 12:1) obeying God simply because it is reasonable to do for all He has done for us, not that it saves you, symbolically shown by Abel's blood sacrifice accepted by God, as this type of obedience is bloody and painful sometimes but what the true elect eventually do. How did Abel know all these things without the Bible? He had the Bible! The living Word of God! Christ Himself supernaturally revealed all these things to Abel, as He has to me, although in this age just before the physical return of Christ, God has given us the written word to help preach His truth to the world. Abraham was also elect and Christ said "Abraham rejoiced to see my day and he saw it and was glad. (John 8:56)" Abraham, like Abel, knew all about Christ too and what He would say and do, even though Christ had not yet come. I know all the Old Testament elect understood all these secret things I reveal as they had direct revelation of the living Word of God, Christ Himself, who revealed Himself supernaturally as He has to me. The only difference to them and me is I live in a time where God authorizes and desires the elect to openly preach God's truth to the world, while back then it was not to be done openly, but rather lived privately in the mind, where one communes with Christ and obeys with a good attitude, presenting their bodies a living sacrifice which is our reasonable service, not with any ideas that our works save us, but rather faith alone in Christ saves. Now just before the return of Christ, the true gospel of the elect is being preached to the world through those like me who understand the deep things of God. Christ promised the true gospel of the elect will be openly preached to the world, which we now know is being done through the internet, the last free medium that can reach the world, when He said, "And this gospel (the secret elect's gospel openly revealed to all) of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come. (Matthew 24:14)" So the end must be near indeed! The true elect, spiritual Israel, aka the Bride of Christ, needed to have Christ come and live a life of overcoming perfectly to show Christ's enemies, the devil and demons, what true love is all about, and also to save all creation. Until the time of Christ, God's dealings with man and angels was mysterious even to angels, although since Abel all angels understood Christ would come and overcome perfectly, eventually live a perfect and sinless life, and die and rise from the dead. "Unto whom it was revealed, that not unto themselves, but unto us they did minister the things, which are now reported unto you by them that have preached the gospel unto you with the Holy Ghost sent down from heaven; which things the angels desire to look into (1 Peter 1:12)." Once Christ came, angels got to witness the details of how Christ overcame, as Jesus relived the realities of the spirit war in His life, and subjected Himself to Satanic attack all His life, trusting only His Heavenly Father and the power of His Holy Spirit to overcome the devil and show all angels the truth and humans how to overcome and truly love. The ultimate mystery is God became man in the form of Jesus Christ and died for the sins of mankind, who are incarnations of fallen angels, His literal enemies from another reality humans do not remember, any more than Christ remembered His preexistence as God. Jesus had to walk by faith and hear the voice of God, His Heavenly Father and believe and trust the things He heard from the Father through Christ, Himself, who existed in the spirit realm at the same time as He was on earth. "And no man hath ascended up to heaven, but he that came down from heaven, even the Son of man which is in heaven (John 3:13)." Jesus here is said to come down from heaven and yet still was in heaven at the same time, a mystery how Christ, as God, was in heaven and yet on the earth at the same time.

As for the idea humans are incarnations of fallen angels, I will attempt to show using logic and scripture. The first objection people typically have to this idea of having existed before being human is the notion it is impossible because they have no memory of such existence. But neither do any of us have memory of being very young, as only around age 5 do people start remembering their existence, yet we all know as a concept we existed before age 5! In similar manner, we should be able to accept as a concept we existed before being human, even though we do not remember. In addition, the Bible affirms this idea in Jeremiah 1:5 when God says, "Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee". So in other words God knew us before we were even formed in our mothers' bellies, because we existed as fallen angels before birth. Why fallen angels and not good angels? "Jesus answered them, 'Have not I chosen you twelve, and one of you is a devil?' (John 6:70)." Traditionally, this is said to be speaking figuratively, and I agree with this surface level interpretation. But a deeper more literal level of truth, for those who can handle it, is Jesus called Judas a devil, meaning Judas preexisted as a fallen angel, and logically if God can become human in Christ, it is not a stretch that lesser spirit beings like angels can become human. It is just humbling theology to our pride. The Bible talks about the mystery of iniquity (2 Thessalonians 2:7) and "the heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it? (Jeremiah 17:9)." The Bible says we are naturally in rebellion to God, "Because the carnal mind is enmity (hate) against God: for it is not subject to the law of God, neither indeed can be (Romans 8:7)." Now you know where our sinful nature truly comes from, a mystery revealed personally to all elect since the days of the first elect, Abel, Adam and Eve's son. But since the time of Christ, we elect are allowed to speak all these mysteries in God's timing, as I do now. In Christ's life, He grappled with the issues of life and the heart and came to these conclusions also for angels to see as He is the preeminent elect, the leader of the light side angels who became God, and the only angel to enter this reality from the light side. The rest of us are legitimately devils, devils put on this earth to fully transfer allegiance from our father the devil to our Heavenly Father, to work out our part in the folly of the angelic rebellion, as God says in Job 4:18 that "His angels He charged with folly" and so we are consequently banished to a sort of prison sentence as flesh, and "yet doth he devise means, that his banished be not expelled from him." (2 Samuel 14:14) Another verse to confirm being confined to a flesh body is like a prison sentence to angels, and even Christ as leader of the light side angels voluntarily experienced this stripping of glory, power, and supernatural abilities, when He became human, and was subject to spirit forces too, angels and demons, ultimately under the control of the sovereign God. "For if God spared not the angels that sinned,(we humans) but cast them down to hell,(this life can be hell for all but especially the elect) and delivered them into chains of darkness,(mental darkness of clouded understanding) to be reserved unto judgment (we elect are redemptively judged here to be saved)." (2 Peter 2:4) Also 1 Peter 3:19 likens Noah's preaching to humans in his day as the Spirit of Christ through Noah preaching "By which also he (Christ) went and preached unto the spirits in prison (evil spirits confined to flesh bodies, aka humans)." Later more humans became elect after the day of Pentecost when the Holy Spirit manifested in a big public way to continue to convert minds of men, which He has always been secretly doing, but now to not only reveal these mysteries but also allow open proclamation of such. Angels can read minds, so this is how they are able to understand these things in the lives of the elect, as both good and evil angels had access to Christ's thoughts as He grew, as angels can read my thoughts and thoughts of all humans. "Jesus turned and said to Peter, 'Get behind me, Satan! You are a stumbling block to me; you do not have in mind the concerns of God, but merely human concerns' (Matthew 16:23)." Here Jesus calls even one of His closest disciples Peter "Satan", a hint that not only Judas, but all humans, good and bad, are incarnations of fallen angels. Finally, Jesus said in Matthew 25:41, "Depart from me, ye cursed, into everlasting fire, prepared for the devil and his angels." Logically, if everlasting fire was prepared for the devil and his angels, then whoever ends up in everlasting fire fits the definition of the devil and his angels. Since everyone will be salted (saved, as salt is preservative) with fire (Mark 9:49), all humans are devils because we all end up in everlasting fire (ie speaks of a tormenting spiritual experience that feels everlasting or forever). Remember from previous chapter that right now as flesh and blood the "fire" of God manifests symbolically as the fiery trials of life (1 Peter 4:12). We all face fiery trials in life, but only those whom God opens their eyes to see, will understand we face symbolic fire now in this life to cleanse us of our sinful attitudes and beliefs, or after death in the lake of fire, which will also cleanse and save all cast into the lake of fire, though the fiery trials at that time will be obvious and blatent supernatural experiences to correct, cleanse, and save. It is much the same fire, and nobody likes it, and that is why salvation is a supernatural thing that only God can do because nobody chooses to suffer in fire to purify themselves, as we all naturally avoid suffering if we can. Jesus experienced it too, to purify His sins and become perfect. Let me try and explain, but first I'd like to say I am not unbalanced. Though we are incarnations of fallen angels, let me say that we all also have Jesus in us in the form of the Holy Spirit since birth. We all have a conscience, which is Jesus within, working with us all our lives, constraining our evil, and only when the Holy Spirit comes alive in a big way, like at Pentecost, do we become a believer and our minds become converted over time to understand all this.

This revelation of the mystery of iniquity (humans are incarnations of devils) is indeed a humbling realization that only the elect can receive, and even then only at the proper time, as God knows when to reveal this and begin the process of intense judgment that eventually brings that one to deep repentence and genuine change over the rest of their lives. Think how different the apostle Paul became the rest of his life after his road to damascus experience started this process of fully assimilating these things I write. There is no pride in accepting this revelation, of course, and anything you do for the Lord after understanding the mystery of iniquity never feels like enough, which of course it is not, which is the proper humble attitude He desires His elect to have. The fiction book I wrote, "The Unveiling", about the coming alien god deception was written during my immature and arrogant phase, thinking myself something special, and I did not have the full revelations at that time that I do now. Now I create this website to augment the understandings in the fiction book and try to share with people what is to come, but it all seems so little, and very few seem to care. Scripture has numerous examples of elect who had both a hearing and experiential relationship with God, and knew these things I write, and seemed very humble as well, such as Simeon, whom the Holy Ghost told the man he would not die until he saw the Messiah. "And it was revealed unto him by the Holy Ghost, that he should not see death, before he had seen the Lord's Christ."(Luke 2:28) Simeon, as an Old Testament elect, knew all about the mystery of iniquity and everything I reveal on this site, and knew all Christ would do for him, but was not allowed to tell anybody, but rather lived a humble life of quiet obedience. I live post-Christ so can talk about it, but rarely find anybody who can bear to hear it. It disturbs the soul doesn't it? Now you know what Christ meant after rising from the dead when He told His disciples, "I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now."(John 16:12) Other examples of Old Testament humbled elect by this revelation would be the publican. "And the publican, standing afar off, would not lift up so much as his eyes unto heaven, but smote upon his breast, saying, God be merciful to me a sinner."(Luke 18:13) Also the widow with two mites is another good example. "And He looked up and saw the rich putting their gifts into the treasury, and He saw also a certain poor widow putting in two mites. So He said, 'Truly I say to you that this poor widow has put in more than all; for all these out of their abundance have put in offerings for God, but she out of her poverty put in all the livelihood that she had.'" Jesus knew then, as I know now, these three examples in the Bible are those humbled elect who had both a hearing and experiential relationship (experience with God is needed to fully understand as well as hear God's explanations) with God and knew all I write here. I know because the Holy Spirit tells me so. Whether or not you can agree with me says much about your spiritual condition. I speak with confidence about mysteries the Holy Spirit reveals, so my judgment sounds arrogant to the non-elect, but the elect know otherwise. Can anybody believe the mystery of iniquity and truly be arrogant? Quite the opposite. The arrogant cannot receive it. Anything I do for the Lord now seems like the widow's two mites in comparison to what He did for me and all creation, and the work is not done yet for a long time. Nothing I reveal on this site has ever been a secret to the true elect down through the centuries, but it takes years of preparation by Holy Spirit to even be ready to start processing deep divine revelation, then many years of intense judgment and demonic attack over these revelations. Eventually you learn how to submit to God's truth and resist the devil's lies and the devil will flee from you. He periodically comes back but never is as successful as he used to be.

I hope my readers can begin to appreciate what God did for us. Jesus re-enacted the origins of the spirit war in His life, by becoming human, with the subconscious mind He had as a strong leader angel before crossing the God-barrier and becoming God, not literally so much as mysteriously in the sense the true God, Jehovah, Father God, revealed Himself to Jesus at that time (or Jehovah came into existence, jury still out on that one) and allowed Jesus to share His Almighty Spirit, a destiny all wayward creation must eventually experience as part of universal salvation's final state. Before this time of crossing the God-barrier, Jesus was engaging in both good and evil, as was the dark forces, though Jesus does not have the heart for evil to the same degree the devil does. So Jesus, like all of us, sinned from birth and did both good and evil (but to much lesser extent than any human), but He eventually overcame it all and became perfect. This should encourage us because we now know Jesus always forgives and understands us because He understands the things we go through on earth as He suffered it all too. And Jesus suffered the devil's supernatural ability to blow what small sins Jesus did out of proportion and make Him feel like supreme evil, as we all feel sometimes, with shame at the things we do, think, or say. But we are meant, like Christ, to do our very best to be as perfect as possible and grow, thereby living the life of Christ before His baptism, when He got extra power to be perfect, which none of us will ever do as human so we will never fully understand that part of His walk. Jesus did not consider Himself perfect while human, as speaking of His resurrection He said on the third day He would be perfected (Luke 13:32). Only after death is one perfected but while human we will always struggle with moral truth and religious truth and strive for growing in character. Humans, even Jesus, are capable of sin, and Jesus had sinned in the past but overcame, yet one capable of sin is by definition not perfect, so Jesus did not consider Himself perfect, yet He was by this point because His baptism gave Him special power from God to be perfect. Hebrews 5:8 says, "Jesus, though He were a Son, yet He learned obedience through the things that He suffered." One cannot learn obedience unless you are disobedient and suffer consequences (even as simple as guilty conscience) as we all do and this verse says Jesus lived the same reality. But Hebrews 5:9 says, "And having been made perfect, Jesus has become the author of salvation for all who obey Him." So here Jesus was made perfect with time, experience, and practice, and learning obedience (which we all do to some degree) but especially at His baptism, He was given special supernatural power to be perfect, symbolically living out in His flesh life the reality in the preexistence when He crossed the God-barrier and became perfect. But even then it was not easy for Him and He needed angel assistance to go to the cross (Luke 22:43), showing that even God struggles and requires our cooperation to help Him be a perfect God for us, and also showing symbolically through Christ's life the preexistent reality that Jesus needed the assistance of the light forces to succeed and even have become God in the first place. Bottom-line is Jesus knows all hearts and always forgives as He went through it all and totally understands. Just keep a good heart and don't give up no matter how many times you fall and all will be fine. Another scripture to prove Jesus struggled with sin, as we all do, before becoming perfect is John 5:39 where He says to the religious leaders, "You search the scriptures for in this you think you have life, but the scripture speaks of me, and yet you refuse to come to me that you might have life." Scripture is all about God's elect (Christ and His bride), represented by the nation of Israel and all the Bible characters' experiences. Exodus 4:22 says, "And thou shalt say unto Pharaoh, thus saith the Lord, Israel is my son, even my firstborn." We know this is referring to Christ, as Colossians 1:15 speaks of Christ, "Who is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of every creature." So if Christ is the firstborn, and scripture says the nation of Israel is God's firstborn, and the scripture speaks of Christ, who we must come unto to have life, then Israel's sin struggles pictures both Christ and the elect's struggles. Israel and every character in the Bible had both positive and negative experiences and traits, just like Jesus did, just like us all. The only difference between the bride and Jesus is He became perfect and met God's demands of perfection, while the rest of us true elect strive for this goal while humbly admitting we will never arrive. "For he hath made him to be sin for us, who knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness of God in him (2 Corinthians 5:21)." I fully understand the scripture says Christ knew no sin, but this is referring, as per above, to after His baptism, which pictured His crossing of the God-barrier, and at this point He became sinless and perfect, and since God's forgiveness of past sins is so complete, it is like Jesus had never sinned, hence the scripture says He knew no sin. Up to this point in His walk, He strived, as we are to do, to be as perfect as possible, and tried harder than any human, and was pretty close to perfect at His baptism, but still human and making mistakes and falling occasionally. Then at His baptism, "God giveth not the Spirit by measure unto him" (John 3:34) and He was expected, and actually did, walk perfect and sinless from this point on. This should encourage, rather than discourage us, because knowing He went through all the same trials as us, we know He will never quit or give up on us, or stop the process of saving all until all are saved, even giving us the perfect combination of fiery ass kickings when needed, and also perfectly overlook what needs to be overlooken "for we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; (as He experienced exactly the same) but was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin (referring to after His baptism) (Hebrews 4:15)." Understanding the mystery of how Jesus became sinless and perfect eventually motivates the true elect to strive to do likewise, appreciating God better and understanding better Jesus' human experience, thinking, motivations, and understandings, as they become your own and you approximate being a "Christ" on the earth. Nonetheless, though Jesus overcame all sin and became perfect at His baptism, the Bible clearly says, "The soul that sinneth, it shall die (Ezekiel 18:20)." The Bible does not say how a soul that sinned will die, but rather simply that a soul that sinned dies. Jesus died, further proof He had sinned in the past, as this scripture came true in Christ's life when He was executed. At Christ's baptism, God's forgiveness for past sins was so complete, it is as if Jesus' past sins had never even happened, and the same can be said for us, though the rest of us regular sinners do continue to sin our whole lives, no matter how hard we may try to be perfect, but Christ faced the pressure of having to become sinless, perfect, and obedient unto death. The true elect will approximate this obedience unto death experience, so we can understand our spiritual husband and work with Him to save all creation in the first resurrection, while humbly admitting us regular sinners will continue to sin until we draw our last breath. Though we are forgiven, nevertheless, God keeps the death consequence on us for past sins. An analogy might be a man yields to sexual temptation and has unprotected sex with a prostitute in the heat of the moment. Then the man discovers he has HIV. God will forgive the man upon confession and repentance, but barring a miracle from God, the man will eventually die of AIDS. The man is forgiven but still has to bear the consequence of death for his actions. Likewise, Jesus became perfect at His baptism, but had had huge struggles, like we all do in life sometimes, to get to this point of perfection, and even then needed miraculous power from God to become sinless and perfect. Going forward from the point of Jesus' baptism, it is like any of His past sins or mistakes had never occurred, because God's forgiveness for the past is just that complete. But still, Jesus had to endure the consequence of death for the past, as we all do, even though we are forgiven as well, and even though the rest of us regular sinful humans are forgiven even our future sins. Had Jesus not voluntarily gone to the cross, He would have eventually died of old age, but then if He had refused to go to the cross, there would be no sacrifice for sins, and all creation would have been lost to evil, as God would have kept His bargain with Satan and let Satan become God. For sure, we would have all been tortured in literal fire then forever if Satan had won this war, but that will never happen because Christ overcame the world, the flesh, and the devil. Satan will never become God and be allowed to implement his literal fire forever idea. Those deceived by Satan can preach blasphemous eternal torment lies against the loving character of God all they want, but it still doesn't change the fact that God will lovingly save all by fire either in this life or the next. One day all will understand the true love of God and repent of preaching and believing God is an eternal torturer monster.

So to summarize, Jesus passionately loves His enemies (both human and spirit), proven by Him suffering and dying for His enemies (as His death redeems all evil humans and all evil angels, both classes of beings essentially the same but this is generally unknown), and the elect transfer in this life from their father the devil to their Heavenly Father and become an intimate loving companion to the Son, likened unto a bride. This is the ultimate destiny for all wayward creation, but God demonstrates in small manner now how this process works for the elect, who will assist Christ to implement this process for all later after death. Now you know hell's best kept secret, hell saves! Wow, God is so good even His hell has a good purpose to save! And now you know the objective proof you are saved, for the simple fact all are saved due to God's determination to save all through universal salvation! There is much work yet to be done, but faith is to "calleth those things which be not as though they were."(Romans 4:17) So whoever is reading this, you are saved! Even if you currently believe false religion or consider yourself an atheist, you are not strong enough to resist the Almighty forever! Even death cannot separate one from the saving love of God (Romans 8:38) and He will get you in this life or the next! Although it is true most are currently on the broad road to destruction of the carnal mind in hell after death (second resurrection) (Matthew 7:13), it is also true the elect experience and overcome this broad road now as flesh and blood and find the narrow path to eternal life (first resurrection) (Matthew 7:14) while human. This concept of universal salvation through either first or second resurrection is expressed in other ways, such as John 10:16. "And other sheep I have (second resurrection), which are not of this fold:(first resurrection) them also I must bring,(save) and they shall hear my voice;(in the lake of fire) and there shall be one fold,(all saved into one fold in the end) and one shepherd. (John 10:16)" It can be hard to reconcile universal salvation verses with other seemingly contradictory verses about damnation of most, but this is what spiritual warfare is about and why one must hear from Holy Spirit personally to make sense of things. For Jesus also said "I pray for them:(His disciples and those in first resurrection) I pray not for the world,(He prays NOT for the world at this time, those destined for second resurrection) but for them which thou hast given me;(all eventually but only focusing on them given Him at this time, first resurrection elect) for they are thine." (John 17:9) Unless you understand the full mystery of God's universal salvation through two resurrections, you will be like the Jews of Jesus' day who could not reconcile the Old Testament verses about the Messiah being a suffering servant and also conquering King unless understanding the two comings of Christ. Likewise, the two resurrections reconcile how God loves all, and many verses talk about this and universal salvation, but many seemingly contradictory verses talk about the damnation of most. God only saves the small amount of chosen elect now, but eventually all the "damned" in the second resurrection (lake of fire) also get saved, the same way everybody is saved, by fire, as Jesus said in Mark 9:49 everyone will be salted (saved) by fire. Yes I know the Bible says only the blood of Jesus saves, but the blood is symbol of pain and suffering obedience, and fire for sure causes pain and suffering, so the blood and fire are different symbols of the same experience of "fiery, bloody" trials of pain and suffering in this life or the next to cleanse and purify and save the soul and create another "Christ", another "elect", who is able to obey God in radical and extreme ways, but also with majority right heart attitudes of love only for God, having overcome primitive motivation techniques of ideas of gaining heaven or avoiding hell. Nobody avoids hell, and everybody eventually gains heaven. "For God hath concluded them all in unbelief, that he might have mercy upon all." (Romans 11:32) When it comes to salvation itself, God is an absolutist, all or nothing. This verse provides God's final legal justification for universal salvation, since with the exception of Christ Himself, by God's sovereign design, all die with some degree of unbelief (sin, since unbelief is sin). The amount of unbelief we all die with is just a matter of degrees, but since God demands perfection to be saved, which only Christ died with this perfection, so God has legal justification to have mercy upon all, as this verse says. In Old Testament symbolism, we see this principle demonstrated in the Numbers 20 story of how Moses was frustrated with Israel and struck the rock to bring water out of it instead of speak to it like the Lord commanded. As a result of this sin (unbelief, since sin is unbelief) the Lord prevented Moses from entering the promised land (ie barred from first resurrection salvation as Rachel elect). In the Old Testament shadow of Jesus' polygamous wives, Jacob (Christ) had two wives, Rachel who he loved more than Leah. Rachel symbolically represents those wives in the first resurrection who Christ loves more than the Leah class from the second resurrection who Christ loves less. And yet despite "symbolically" being barred from the first resurrection, the New Testament shows that Moses was transfigured on the mount (see Luke 9:28) with Elijah and Jesus in what the Bible calls a vision, a vision of glorified first resurrection elect to one day rule this planet openly and blatently. This pictures how none as flesh and blood, except Jesus, die physically without some degree of sin and unbelief, technically barred from first resurrection salvation as Rachel elect, yet God supernaturally makes a way through Christ, evidenced by Rachel elect physically dying with the Mind of Christ understanding of the deep things of God I reveal on this site. It perhaps may seem extreme to prevent Moses from entering the promised land based on such a small transgression, since Moses had been so faithful in so many other ways. But Moses, an Old Testament elect, talked with God personally, as I do, and knew his life was a parable of spiritual things, as Moses knew also the Old Testament sacrifices he wrote about pictured so many things about Christ, our sacrifice, yet to be lived by Christ in the future. Moses knew this story of tiny unbelief preventing his first resurrection election would encourage elect like me in the future to KNOW deeper things about universal salvation as a result and preach it in New Testament times. Moses knew he would be transfigured on the mount completing the New Testament witness to God's universal salvation saving grace, and how his death in unbelief still does not prevent God from making a way to save His first resurrection Rachel elect, and ultimately all Leah elect in the second resurrection. Rather Moses knew his death in unbelief would glorify God's amazing grace and ability to save all. When Moses died, he knew his death pictured the death to self and dying daily to his own mind that Paul talked about in 1 Corinthians 15:21, which is necessary to build the Mind of Christ and understand all these mysteries with ease, and only AFTER Moses died did he supernaturally enter the Kingdom of God within and ultimately in outward reality on the mount for Peter, James, and John to see and soon the whole world will see. I am talking about Moses' concurrent life experience, not that he had to die physically before KNOWING he was Rachel elect, as Moses had already long entered the Kingdom of God within (had the Mind of Christ) and knew all these things and what this story would say to all elect like me in the future, and how the very Peter, James, and John who saw this vision would also eventually die to self and build the Mind of Christ and also die physically KNOWING all about universal salvation and the secrets I reveal on this site, and yet die physically as they were destined to do, with very little fear of death, encouraged by Moses' example to show all elect die with some unbelief and yet their ultimate salvation is as secure as their first resurrection status as a Rachel elect. The devil wants you to give up and think it not possible God can really save all creation this way and make us all "Christs", for all elect must mature to understand universal salvation in the right and motivating way, but the devil still tries to defeat God by inducing an elect's unbelief, as Husband (Christ) and wife/wives (elect) are one flesh, one mind, the same, so to defeat an elect is same as Christ not going to the cross, so Satan wins and becomes God. This is not possible, but feels true sometimes, and so Satan's subconscious threats of literal hellfire forever can still feel possible sometimes and induce fear of death, but only if the elect fail,(again impossible) then Satan would become God and implement his literal fire forever idea on us all. Some seeming sincere Christians claim to not fear hell, but we all have fears, and all fears are symbolic of, and rooted in, our devilish mistrust of God's judgment, as deep down we know we are devils and deserve hell, and typically believe our old master, Satan's, version of hell, literal fire forever, a major lie all elect eventually mature beyond. Jesus had fears too, and sweat drops of blood before His death even, and as His wife/wives we will approximate His fears so we can understand Him better and work with Him in the next life, for truly He feared literal hellfire forever if He failed, as universal salvation was all up to Him. We have right not to fear ANYTHING as He totally conquered death, hell, and the grave, but we are all weak about salvation sometimes and don't like to admit it to ourselves or others. It is important to note that not all devils incarnate right now, as God in His wisdom and foreknowledge chooses to incarnate those who are best able to demonstrate His glorious qualities through human history, so only some devils become human now, and face the fire now, and all others will face a less desirable fiery judgement as spirits in the spiritual fire called the lake of fire, after death. God strategically causes the strongest devils, who were Satan's ruling elect in the preexistence, to incarnate throughout history to become Christ's elect, and transfer allegiance from Satan to God. Now you know why God sovereignly chooses to save some devils now, to marry His Son Christ, as simply a demonstration of what He can do, change even the strongest evil ones, make them weak in this life of flesh, and then re-make them strong in this life, converted to God's side. If God can do this with Satan's elect, He can surely do this with all. This is truly humbling theology to know we first resurrection elect are strong and special to God, as in we were strong evil devils in the preexistence, on par with the literal devil, and we are special to God alright, chosen special ones to demonstrate to all angels what awaits them in the lake of fire and they have NO chance of winning, despite hate and pleasure at causing suffering drives fallen angels in the spirit realm to keep attacking the elect as God allows. But what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. "And whosoever shall exalt himself (thinking his elect status is due to some innate goodness) shall be abased;(God humbles the elect with truth) and he that shall humble himself (accept what God says) shall be exalted (in first resurrection)." (Matthew 23:12) The devil and demons know what awaits them in the lake of fire, and they know they will be forced to change. "And, behold, they cried out, saying, What have we to do with thee, Jesus, thou Son of God? art thou come hither to torment us before the time? (Matthew 8:29)." See here how this demon possessed man acknowledged that the demons know they have a time of torment coming in the lake of fire, which will be for their ultimate good, but they do not look forward to it. Well, Jesus did not look forward to crucifixion either, but God's tough love is necessary for all. Also note, that in the alternate reality, where God came into existence, many physical creatures lived and died before evolution caused these physical creatures to become spirit, and a loving God will save these too, in the lake of fire. But those who became spirits in the preexistence are stronger than physical beings and God saves and converts the strongest evil spirits incarnated into flesh first (His Rachel elect) to make some points with Satan and demons. Christ is said to be the only being to preexist before becoming human, but this refers to the sense that the angels knew Christ's personality and who He was before becoming human, but the template for the minds of the rest of humanity are the minds of evil spirits, from the alternate preexistent reality dark forces, that God keeps hidden from all angels (both good and bad) until they become human and then all angels get to know every person on earth. Since the time of Abel, the mystery of iniquity (humans are literal incarnations of fallen angels) has always been known to all angels and select elect humans eventually come to understand too, and express it outwardly depending on how God leads them. I am one elect who God leads to blast it all out on the internet! Rejoice for the return of the King is soon! All humans are incarnations of evil spirits from the alternate reality dark forces, but those whom God chooses, in His sovereign will, to become Christ's elect (Bride) now are the strongest of the dark forces, Satan's ruling elect (Bride) from preexistence. God demonstrates His power for all angels to see how He can transform Satan's strongest ones and make them Christ's strongest ones. Angels have no doubt God can, and will, save all. Only humans doubt this truth is a done deal. Humans, of course, have no memory of preexistence, and all angels, including Satan, have to accept these things on faith, as all angels have no memory of the preexistence either, any more than humans do. But Christ worked through the issues of life and the heart, as do Christ's elect, and come to understand and accept these truths.