Re: What Does It Mean to be the Chosen People?
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Tarjei Straume
> Notable in all of these sources is that there isAlso notable is the absence of any reference to the books of the
> nothing chauvinistic about our state as the
> Chosen People. There is nothing about it that
> makes us better. Our chosen status simply makes
> us distinct but no more or less distinct than
> any other nation that fulfills its role in the world.
Prophets, whose task it was to foretell of the coming of the
Messiah. Each of these prophets had received a direct revelation
from God that had the effect of enabling them to remember the
initiation that they had received in their prior lives as members of
different nations where mystery schools existed. And they had
undergone the rigors of initiation in order to attain wisdom. Then
they were collectively reincarnated as the prophets of the Hebrew
cultural stream for the very important task of bringing a particular
message, through God, of the nearness and necessity of the Christ
coming to earth at the point of the completion of the descending
phase of evolution that the books of the Old Testament describe.
Having received a revelation from God that effectively caused each
of them to remember the wisdom attained in their former lives, and
without having again to undergo the process of initiaton, they began
their chosen task through God to reveal the undeniable course that
would bring the Messiah to earth.