“Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread. And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever. Amen.” Matthew 6:9-13 KJV.
This, the Lord’s Prayer, acts as a curse to any who defy God and work to do harm against his people, for it envisages the destruction of evil and the deliverance of those who choose to follow Christ. It calls upon the highest magick of all, the will of God, in order to bring about a day where evil will be vanquished and those who hunger after truth and justice will be satisfied.
Clearly, it shows that temptation is a weakness for those who call upon God, for it is the weakness of temptation that those who have rejected God have given themselves over to, and exists as the source of their evil and their willingness to partake in it. Therefore, it contemplates that by succumbing to temptation God’s people make themselves vulnerable, whereas rising above that temptation makes them strong.
God’s people are being tested now and must learn to abandon that which is of this earth to attain the highest spiritual strength possible. God’s kingdom here on earth has little room for those who would succumb and resign themselves to a life that is fulfilled by evil works.
Daily bread represents a continuing connection with God the almighty and the right and ability to call upon him for help and guidance in a world that is teeming with evil. Those still connected to the Holy Spirit can get their daily bread, and it will help them in their fight against those who seek man’s downfall. Obviously, the call for God’s kingdom on earth means that this connection and those who have it will be fulfilled in their duty to do what is right and to share in the wealth of the spirit, to help others tap into this connection and satiate their hunger for truth and justice as well.
As this connectivity spreads, the strength of God’s people will increase to a critical mass, whereby evil’s back is against the wall. Those who are attempting to starve others of their daily bread, will have to either choose to willingly partake of God’s word and welcome the Holy Spirit or choose to perish and reap what they have sown.
One difference between a Luciferian and a Christian is that the Luciferian would seek to force you to rebuke this daily bread, starving you of it, as they secretly and knowingly kill you, while Christians offer to teach and help sustain others on this bread, as they openly profess their wish that everybody get to enjoy eternal life. One is the way of lies, secrets, and death, while the other is the way of truth, transparency, and life. In my view, the latter way is superior and consists of the highest form of magick..
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