FOOD FOR THOUGHT
think life is too precious to waste by just living each day without any real understanding
of why we exist as we do. What is the point? We are born into this world of so many possibilities,
good and bad; but we have no real understanding of WHY. And then we die, but who knows what death really is? And what
happens after death?
think of how many voices are offering us a way to know the truth or to gain personal fulfillment. And YES,
we are another voice in the mix. But here at this school, there is a difference. We say to you, "Make
us prove what we are saying." Ask questions, listen to the answers, examine the information,
and then do the research so that you might know and understand for yourself what is true.
If you do not care, that is your choice. But one day your physical
life will end, and then what?
"Come,visit our CAFETERIA"
NOW, before we continue any further, let me give you a short answer to
each of the three questions you saw in the Information Center:
#1 How are we made in the image of God?
Our physical body is constructed in a threefold manner: a head cavity, chest cavity, and abdominal cavity.
This corresponds to a threefold Divine Tabernacle Pattern that has a Most Holy Place, a Holy Place, and a Court round
About. The nine systems in your physical body represent or reflect the nine vessels that appear in the Tabernacle
Pattern. This is a Divine Tabernacle Pattern that was shown to Moses IN A VISION when he went into the cloud that was
on top of Mount Sinai in Arabia, 1490 years before the birth of the Messiah. The Creator told him to build a physical
one in the desert exactly like the one he was shown in the mount. And Moses recorded his experience in the book of Exodus
[25:8-9 KJV]. At that same time Moses also saw how the man was made in the likeness and image of his creator
which he later recorded and described in the book of Genesis [1:26-27;2:7].
#2 Who or what is God?
The term God/GOD is a title, incorrectly being used for the name of our Creator.
Correctly, the term should be the Hebrew title, "Elohim." This is the title of the Spirit
Image (a Super-Incorporeal shape and form) that can only be seen in a vision or revelation. Moses, Aaron,
Nadab, and Abihu, plus 70 elders of Israel saw this spirit form while standing on Mount Sinai. It was by Divine invitation
that they were invited up onto the mountain and permitted to see this Super-Incorporeal Being. This event occurred before
Moses saw HOW Elohim (God) made the creation and then formed the man, Adam, to look like Himself. (see Exodus 24:9-10;
Genesis 1:26-27 KJV)
#3 Why are we here on earth?
The purpose for our presence here on earth is to participate in fulfilling the Eternal Purpose of our Creator. Within
that purpose many souls are being transformed or converted into spiritual sons of Yahweh (the LORD is the term used
by tradition). And because of that Divine operation (conversion), we can enjoy the gift of Eternal Life now, and also in the
ages to come. That is the gift or inheritance that permits us to live in Eternity with Yahweh and His only begotten son, whose
true name is Yahshua (the name, Jesus, is a popular substitute for his true and correct Hebrew
name). This is a sensitive subject for some but very critical for all of us who desire to know the truth about these
matters. (Acts 4:10-12 and 17:24-31; John 17:3 KJV))
NOTE: Various subjects in the above answers will
be thoroughly re-examined, investigated and explained in our " Classroom " Studies.
We are vigilant in our efforts to
provide a maximum user friendly interaction and learning experience. But you may fine some area that is not finished or where some features may not work as they should;
so please bear with us. Much like a fetus in the womb: our campus and studies are formed and
developed according to the tabernacle-pattern which serves as a universal principle. Because the pattern, as a principle, is a threefold
structure; therefore the development
of our university and learning programs are also arranged in three parts.
Once our programs are completed the student or learner should be greatly benefited from this structured and systematic way of learning. The Book of Exodus
is the source for our direction in this task (see Exodus 25:8-9, 40; Hebrews 8:3-5).