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Bread is food for the body and the spiritual equivalent of bread is food for the soul and that is information about spiritual things. And this information is already contained in our soul and even in our body and we just have to activate it. It is the book of life in us. Read more:

I am writing this webpage now on a computer I bought recently. Now when I bought the computer I was told that the office program I am usually using is already is already installed on the hard drive of the computer but that this program is not included in the prise they quoted me and that if I wanted to use it I would have to buy it and then use the number which was included in the purchase to activate the office program or alternatively if I had bought it previously I could activate with the number I already have.

So that is what happened. On the new computer I just went to that program and activated it with the number I had already and could start using that program without having to have to put a CD into the machine and to go through the installation process.

It is very similar with the book of life. All information is already there. It is part of our soul and even part of our body. The genetic code stores plenty of information.

A few weeks ago we had 2013 Jan 24 – Computer files stored accurately on DNA in new breakthrough and there we were told that millions of records could be stored on a handful of molecules rather than on computer drives.

"By translating computerised files into DNA similar to that found in plants and animals, the researchers claim it is possible to store a billion books' worth of data for thousands of years in just a small test tube."

So it is all there. We just have to get access to it. And how do get access to all this information? We have to know and use the right number. And what is the right number or the right code?

I will give you even two codes. The first one is Mt 7:7 and the second is Lk 11:9.

That are abbreviations.

The full code goes like this: Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you.

Now why have not all Christians got access to this book of life, to all the information available in the material world and in the spiritual world? I mean this is a quite well-known scripture.

Because in verse 9, in Matthew 7:9, just two verses later, Jesus speaks of bread, and there we have the same problem we have with communion, see Communion – Part 2. When people hear Jesus speaking about bread then that is what they think about: bread. Why do they think about bread? Because the entire so-called Christianity is more or less carnal and therefore not used to use spiritual equivalents. Why are they carnal? Because they don’t listen to Jesus and do not keep away from the clerics but follow the clerics and listen to them and are therefore as carnal as them or even servants of Satan themselves:
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When Jesus uses the word bread then he obviously means nourishment for our soul, spiritual bread, the word of God. It is the same when Jesus speaks of death, then he speaks of spiritual death. When Jesus speaks of the resurrection of the dead, then he does not speak of the resurrection of the body of physically dead people, but of the coming to life of the soul of spiritually dead people. And these spiritual dead people might be very much alive physically, or they might be physically dead and in hell, but therefore also spiritually dead. So death means spiritual death and bread means spiritual nourishment, the Word.

This is expressed by John in John 1:14, And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.

The word of God was made flesh, was made Jesus, and that is what we are to eat – and to pray for when we have not got it so that we get it.

We pray for it when we have not got it: We ask and we seek and we knock.

The clerics keep us materially minded because they themselves are materially minded.

They tell us to pray for bread, for natural bread, and that is why they are actually heathen and keep you a heathen, because we are not supposed to pray for bread as nourishment for the physical body.

Jesus makes this quite clear to us. He says:

Therefore take no thought, saying, What shall we eat? or, What shall we drink? or, Wherewithal shall we be clothed?
(For after all these things do the Gentiles seek:) for your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things.
Mt 6:31-32

The New International Version has it this way:

So do not worry, saying, ‘What shall we eat?’ or ‘What shall we drink?’ or ‘What shall we wear?’
For the pagans run after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them.

So it is paganism what the man-made churches practise. We pray for spiritual bread, for the word of God. We after the word of God.

First of all we learn to understand that when Jesus talks about bread that he then means spiritual instruction, spiritual nourishment, and then we start to practise to go after this and then we learn how to do it: to ask and seek and knock.

Step by step we should reduce our worldly activities until they reach a zero level and we just do the necessary things like sleeping and eating and the rest of it and increase step by step our asking and seeking and knocking for the only really important things of life – the word of God. We just first seek the kingdom of God and God’s righteousness, and then all these worldly things will be given to us as well, and that includes physical bread.


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