Meaning of Prophecies in the Bible
Read the meaning of prophecies which are mentioned in the Bible.
The followers of Abrahamic religions (Judaism, Christianity and Islam) believe that God and His creation man are two separate entities. This is called dualism because it accepts the separate existence of God and man as the truth. The believers of these religions cannot accept the concept that man can become God. They believe that it is impossible for man to meet God face to face or actually visualize Him in any way.
Be Born Again
The Bible is silent about Jesus’ “absence” for a long time when he was in his
30s. But when Jesus did “reappear” after this long hiatus, he began preaching the need for man
“to be born again” to see the kingdom of God.“Jesus answered and said
unto him, verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the
kingdom of God.”
Where was Jesus during his long hiatus?
Gurudev Siyag states that the truth behind Jesus’ long absence of 18 years from his surroundings will be revealed when the followers of Christianity in the west turn to Siddha Yoga and begin meditating. During these meditation sessions, the followers of Christ will see visions, which will reveal the truth about where Jesus was and what he was occupied with.
Power of Divine Word
The ancient Hindu religion was the first to acknowledge and understand the
importance of divine word or mantra for man’s spiritual evolution. According to Hindu
philosophy, God created the world through the primordial divine sound ‘Aum’ (Om). “Aum (Om) Tat
Sat — this is considered to be the three-fold symbol of Bramhan (the Absolute).
“By this were ordained of old the Brahmins, the Vedas and the Sacrifices.”
(Gita 17: 23)
The Bible describes the divine bliss thus,
“Joy is an internal happiness, it comes into the hearts of all true believers. It dwells in the heart and is not transitory like other worldly sensual pleasures. Lord’s joy is perfect; it keeps filling up cups of our hearts till they overflow. His joy that flows in our hearts can overflow to the hearts of others as well.”
Lord Krishna has explained thoroughly this Divine joy in the Bhagwat Gita thus:
“When the soul is no longer attached to external contacts (objects) one finds the happiness that is in the Self. Such a one who is self-controlled in Yoga on God (Brahma) enjoys undying bliss”
Divine Transformation of Mankind
The Bible speaks of the divine transformation of mankind that the Comforter
will usher in thus:
“And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars forever and ever.”
Daniel (12:3 & 4)