Monday, April 27, 2015

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Nicole Page-Smith, 2015











Christ died on the Cross and this was for the love of God. The sacred chalice is for the love of God. We take his drink in a Christian sermon and this is to nominate the blood of Christ. His chalice is our drink and his blood is our suffering. Christ died on the Cross and we celebrate his name, Jesus. Christ died for our suffering and our Sins with the Sin of the Cross meaning to take Jesus by name. Jesus committed no Sin but died for the love of God. Christ is our Saviour. Christ died on the Cross and this was for the love of man. Christ represents the heart of man for God. Christ is man and man is God. For this is the infinite awareness of God.











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Sunday, April 26, 2015

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Nicole Page-Smith, 2015











To take ourselves to the infinite awareness of Christ, we do have to consider the body, the body of Christ. The Spirit of man is the body of Christ and with the body we are one with God. So, the body is our chalice. With this Royal vessel we are Holy, the true Holy Divine and this is how we should treat our body. Christ died for us on the Cross and for this we drink wine. We celebrate God this way for Christ and his body. Our chalice is our strength for God to observe your breath. Our breath is to smell of the sweet wine of Christ. Christ's followers laid his head. We die for love as we die for Christ. Love, take us there to drink. 











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Saturday, April 25, 2015

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Nicole Page-Smith, 2015












When matter disintegrates, we have reached the infinite. The infinite awareness of the self is the body. When matter disintegrates we become Spirit. Our Spirit takes us to God. At the end of the world, we become form and disintegrate accordingly into matter. This transformed matter, God calls love and we call this form of love the infinite, so we are taken to God. With the infinite awareness of the self we are form, we are body, the body of Christ, for he is the Spirit of love. The infinite takes us to him.











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Friday, April 24, 2015

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Nicole Page-Smith, 2015











Christ is the flesh of God. The Holy Spirit is of the flesh. Often the Holy Spirit is described as having seven gifts as a spiritual gift from God, for example, wisdom, knowledge, understanding, counsel, fortitude, piety and fear of the Lord, especially with Roman Catholics. This describes the life of the Spirit but not the life of the flesh within the Spirit of God. God is the Spirit with a threefold view. God is our flesh, God is our blood, God is our Spirit and holds the Holy Spirit. So, as human beings we feel Christ, the Holy Spirit and God in our hearts and our heart is our blood, our flesh and our body. We are the threefold view of Christ living on the Cross, we are one with God and we are the blood of Christ. Our flesh is our body.











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Thursday, April 23, 2015

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Nicole Page-Smith, 2015











Christ is our heart, the heart of man. So, where does this take the Holy Spirit? If the heart of man represents Christ in his fullest Glory and our Holy Spirit unto the Lord takes us to God, what is the Holy Spirit? For some religions, the Holy Spirit represents Bethlehem or the message the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus, received of a Divine principle, more commonly known as Immaculate Conception by Divine Intervention. It was the Holy birthright of Jesus lay, God informed Jesus of Christ or his Christian birthright. Others take Christ to Hell with the Holy Spirit via a Trinitarian view, for Christ had the eyes of God. So, we contemplate the Spirit and the Spirit is man, and the Spirit is God, but the Holy Spirit is man. Our Spirit does take us to God via the Holy Spirit. We eat our last meal. For God our flesh is our blood.











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Wednesday, April 22, 2015

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Nicole Page-Smith, 2015











The infinite awareness of God is death and the love of the Lord, Jesus Christ. When we are taken to the star pattern significant to Christ's ascension, we are taken to the twelve angels that surround the Lord in Heaven for he is nominated under every star. The stars that surround Christ in Heaven are God and God is love but Christ is thought of as assuming the heart of man and our ascension to Heaven. Christ is the representation of the journey of the heart of man unto God with the Holy Spirit being the messenger or the communicator between Heaven and Earth, God and the Spirit. Christ takes you to love. The infinite is our way to love. Everybody has an angel. Twelve angels nominate the way of Christ on the Cross and with this pathway you are taken to Heaven, observe your angel, the angel of love. Our Divine reflection is Christ.











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Tuesday, April 21, 2015

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Nicole Page-Smith, 2015











There were seven ways of the Lord. The Crucifixion happened with seven planets in view. The seventh year of God took God back to the book of learning and on the eighth it was written, the word of God. Some of these works of the miracle of God or illuminated manuscripts from the 800's AD, still survive the test of time. The miracle of the word was transcribed for another seven centuries to be included in book form. God performed seven miracles, Christ was one and Saviour was another. God communicated the Divine word of the Lord Jesus Christ when he completed the seven miracles for him and those talked about in the bible, for example, the miracles of the loaves and the fishes. When God is to appear in the sky again, there will be an image of the cross with twelve stars in view, on this day, some thousand years from now, another day of darkening will occur, similar to the Crucifixion, for God to tell us God is near. On this day of a miracle, seven angels will appear.












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