Any scripture is outdated before it can be written down

Ascended Master Jesus, November 2, 2008 through Kim Michaels.

Master MORE has said, that if you were to paint a portrait of him, he would have transcended himself before the paint was dry. Well, I can assure you that I, Jesus, transcended myself many times before the early gospel writers decided to put pen to paper and write down the story of my life. From the very beginning, the Catholic Church was based on this falsified concept, that you can make Christ conform to worldly ideas, beliefs, mental boxes, graven images. They have attempted to turn the living Christ into a graven image, and they have been successful in swaying many people to worship this image. Many souls have worshipped this image over and over again over the past 2,000 years, coming from one embodiment into the next, being born into a Christian culture where they were then, again, exposed to this rigid view, this rigid image of Christ.
How many lifetimes does a soul need to spend sitting in a Christian Church – looking up at the crucified Christ at the head of the Church – before that soul begins to feel, that there must be more to the inner message of Christ? Ah my beloved, that is a question that I wish I could answer. But I look upon humankind and I scratch my head and I say, “How come they have not yet had enough? How can they still be sitting there every Sunday, singing these same old hymns, listening to the same old sermons, given by the same old priest—who has seen this as a lifetime calling to basically give the same sermon over and over again every Sunday?” He might think there is a variation, but it is the same sermon, for it reinforces the graven image of the external Christ, who will one day come back and save you. Whereas I wanted to be seen as the internal Christ, who will help you transcend yourself, so that you might indeed experience the kingdom of God right where you are.


This is an excerpt from a longer teaching. You can read the full dictation HERE.



Copyright © 2008 Kim Michaels