And what does "eschatological" mean, and what has it got to do with the events taking place on Earth?

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Main Entry: es·cha·tol·o·gy
1 : a branch of theology concerned with the final events in the history of the world or of humankind
2 : a belief concerning death, the end of the world, or the ultimate destiny of humankind; specifically : any of various Christian doctrines concerning the Second Coming, the resurrection of the dead, or the Last Judgment" — Merriam-Webster's Online Dictionary


Without question Jesus' sending of the Comforter was to be a futuristic eschatological event. Without question the Comforter will have to be human in order to teach all things and remind humanity of everything Jesus has said. Without question the Comforter will have to incarnate on Earth, where humans live, in order to enlighten them. Without question the Comforter will have to be the Holy Spirit too, if Jesus is to be believed. Without question these exacting biblical eschatological expectations, events and signs have already manifested on Earth.

Since the Comforter and Holy Spirit are one and the same, then the following eschatological events must be accomplished by Shri Mataji (which She has repeatedly accomplished over three decades):

i) The Holy Spirit must abide with the believers forever (John 14:16). This is only possible if the Holy Spirit remains within each and every human taking part in the Last Judgment abd Resurrection for the rest of the natural lives, and beyond i.e., for all eternity;

ii) The Holy Spirit must testify on the behalf of Jesus (John 15:26). This is only possible if the Holy Spirit is human too i.e., meeting, speaking, explaining in detail, as well as answering questions, in languages humans can understand;

iii) The Holy Spirit must bring all aspects of Jesus teachings to remembrance (John 14:26). Obviously these must concern unlocking the deep secrets of Jesus' parables, of which the Kingdom of God within tops the list;

iv) The Holy Spirit must reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment i.e., issue warnings of impending judgment to a world full of sin and ungodliness (John 16:8);

v) The Holy Spirit must at all times guide and speak the truth of events that are coming (John 16:13) i.e., that the Last Judgment and Resurrection has begun and all are welcome to enter the Kingdom of God and eternal life prior to the death and destruction of the Second Coming and End. Obviously the truth, directed exclusively at a world of sin, decadence and ungodliness, has to be unprecedented, radical and explosive, ................. and it is;

vi) The Holy Spirit must glorify Jesus and declare all that the later wants delivered to humanity (John 16:14). This task of informing humans in detail of a wide range of spiritual and religious issues on a global scale obviously requires many, many years to accomplish, all the more since such knowledge is revealed for the very first time ever;

Thus any arrogant or ignorant human who blasphemes the Holy Spirit Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi—sent by God Almighty in the name of Jesus to both enlighten and warn humanity—will never ever be forgiven.

And what does "eschatological" mean, and what has it got to do with the events taking place on Earth? The Merriam-Webster's Online Dictionary is quoted below:

Main Entry: es·cha·tol·o·gy
1 : a branch of theology concerned with the final events in the history of the world or of humankind
2 : a belief concerning death, the end of the world, or the ultimate destiny of humankind; specifically : any of various Christian doctrines concerning the Second Coming, the resurrection of the dead, or the Last Judgment"

So be clearly forewarned! This explicit warning is not only for Christians to heed but the rest of humanity as well. It is far better they remain silent as there is absolutely no forgiveness for those who blaspheme the Holy Spirit, an unpardonable crime against God Almighty for causing injury to His Spirit by false accusations. Again, be amply forewarned!

jagbir


Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit - a most difficult doctrine to comprehend

"The sin or blasphemy against the Holy Ghost is mentioned in Matthew 12:22-32; Mark 3:22-30; Luke 12:10 (cf. 11:14-23); and Christ everywhere declares that it shall not be pardoned. In what does it consist? If we examine all the passages alluded to, there can be little doubt as to the reply....

He shows them that it is by "the Spirit of God" that He casts out devils, and then He concludes: "therefore I say to you: Every sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven men, but the blasphemy of the Spirit shall not be forgiven. And whosoever shall speak a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but he that shall speak against the Holy Ghost, it shall not he forgiven him, neither in this world, nor in the world to come."

So, to sin against the Holy Ghost is to confound Him with the spirit of evil, it is to deny, from pure malice, the Divine character of works manifestly Divine....

But the Fathers of the Church, commenting on the Gospel texts we are treating of, did not confine themselves to the meaning given above. Whether it be that they wished to group together all objectively analogous cases, or whether they hesitated and wavered when confronted with this point of doctrine, which St. Augustine declares (Serm. ii de verbis Domini, c. v) one of the most difficult in Scripture ...."

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"But the Fathers of the Church, commenting on the Gospel texts we are treating of, did not confine themselves to the meaning given above. Whether it be that they wished to group together all objectively analogous cases, or whether they hesitated and wavered when confronted with this point of doctrine, which St. Augustine declares (Serm. ii de verbis Domini, c. v) one of the most difficult in Scripture, they have proposed different interpretations or explanations.

St. Thomas, whom we may safely follow, gives a very good summary of opinions in II-II, Q. xiv. He says that blasphemy against the Holy Ghost was and may be explained in three ways:

Sometimes, and in its most literal signification, it has been taken to mean the uttering of an insult against the Divine Spirit, applying the appellation either to the Holy Ghost or to all three Divine persons. This was the sin of the Pharisees, who spoke at first against "the Son of Man", criticizing the works and human ways of Jesus, accusing Him of loving good cheer and wine, of associating with the publicans, and who, later on, with undoubted bad faith, traduced His Divine works, the miracles which He wrought by virtue of His own Divinity.

On the other hand, St. Augustine frequently explains blasphemy against the Holy Ghost to be final impenitence, perseverance till death in mortal sin. This impenitence is against the Holy Ghost, in the sense that it frustrates and is absolutely opposed to the remission of sins, and this remission is appropriated to the Holy Ghost, the mutual love of the Father and the Son. In this view, Jesus, in Matthew 12 and Mark 3 did not really accuse the Pharisees of blaspheming the Holy Ghost, He only warned them against the danger they were in of doing so.

Finally, several Fathers, and after them, many scholastic theologians, apply the expression to all sins directly opposed to that quality which is, by appropriation, the characteristic quality of the Third Divine Person. Charity and goodness are especially attributed to the Holy Ghost, as power is to the Father and wisdom to the Son. Just, then, as they termed sins against the Father those that resulted from frailty, and sins against the Son those that sprang from ignorance, so the sins against the Holy Ghost are those that are committed from downright malice, either by despising or rejecting the inspirations and impulses which, having been stirred in man's soul by the Holy Ghost, would turn him away or deliver him from evil."

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It is indeed true that the comprehension and explanation of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is "one of the most difficult in Scripture". It is also true that even after centuries of countless theological debate amongst Christian scholars they have always "hesitated and wavered when confronted with this point of doctrine".

The above explanation is the best the Catholic scholars could conjecture. Yet it makes little sense and leaves many questions unanswered. In fact it creates more confusion and doubt than enlightenment and faith - try reading it with deliberation and you will understand what i am trying to say.

So how does blasphemy against the Holy Spirit make sense? It only does if it is understood that:

The word "comforter" is translated from the word "Paraclete" ("Ho Parakletos" in Greek). Parakletos in Greek is interpreted as "an advocate", one who pleads the cause of another, one who councils or advises another from deep concern for the other's welfare (Beacon Bible commentary volume VII, p.168). In these verses we are told that after Jesus departs, a Paraclete will one day come, will glorify Jesus, and will guide mankind into all truth. The main signs and characteristics of the Comforter are as follows:

i) The Comforter must abide with the believers forever (John 14:16). This is only possible if the Comforter remains within each and every human for the rest of the natural lives and beyond i.e., for all eternity;

ii) The Comforter must testify on the behalf of Jesus (John 15:26). This is only possible if the Comforter is human too i.e., meeting, speaking, explaining in detail, as well as answering questions, in languages humans can understand;

iii) The Comforter must bring all aspects of Jesus teachings to remembrance (John 14:26). Obviously they must concern unlocking the deep secrets of Jesus' parables, of which the Kingdom of God within tops the list;

iv) The Comforter must reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment i.e., issue warnings of impending judgment to a world full of sin and ungodliness (John 16:8);

v) The Comforter must at all times guide and speak the truth of events that are coming (John 16:13). Obviously the truth, directed exclusively to a world of sin and ungodliness, has to be absolutely unprecedented, radical and explosive;

vi) The Comforter must glorify Jesus and declare all that the later wants delivered to humanity (John 16:14). This task of informing humans on a global scale requires many, many years to accomplish;

vii) The Comforter—whom the Father will send in Jesus' name, and teach all things and remind humanity of everything Jesus has said—will be the Holy Spirit (John 14:26). Thus the personality enlightening humanity of Jesus' teachings will be both the Comforter and Holy Spirit sent by God Almighty in Jesus' name.

Shri Mataji is the Comforter, the Helper or Paraclete who has for more than three decades glorified Christ and-through Her Divine Message of the Last Judgment and Resurrection-guided mankind into all truth. All who receive their second birth by the Spirit (Self- realization) experience today what Jesus' disciples experienced two millennia ago on the day of Pentecost. The awesome, fundamental difference between both phenomena is that the present experience of the Holy Spirit manifesting within humans was promised by Lord Jesus ..... and is taking place all over Earth. This truth is irrefutable as hundreds of thousands have felt it. The tens of thousands who continue to meditate on the Holy Spirit within feel it on a daily basis. Some even experience the Ruach on a 24/7 basis!

In the Gospel of St. John, Jesus tells the disciples of the Holy Spirit that will come in his name and shall bring all things to their remembrance. That verily has been accomplished by the Holy Spirit over the last three decades!

St. Augustine declared that the doctrine of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is one of the most difficult in scripture. But it would have made so much sense if Christians, their scholars, clergy and churches had believed that Lord Jesus will keep His promise to send the Comforter who will:

i) abide with the believers forever (John 14:16);
ii) testify on the behalf of Jesus (John 15:26);
iii) bring all aspects of His teachings to remembrance (John 14:26);
iv) reprove the world of sin, righteousness, and judgment (John 16:8);
v) guide and speak the truth of events that are coming (John 16:13);
vi) glorify Jesus and declare all that He wants delivered to humanity (John 16:14);

Only then would it have made sense to Christians, their scholars, clergy and churches that the Comforter - whom the Father will send in Jesus' name, and teach all things and remind humanity of everything Jesus has said - will _also_ be the Holy Spirit (John 14:26).

Without all this information and evidence that Jesus' promise has been exactingly fulfilled by the advent of Shri Mataji, the doctrine of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit will remain a most difficult doctrine for Christians to comprehend, as has been the case for more than 20 centuries!

But that is nothing compared to them being unaware or disbelieving that the Last Judgment and Resurrection is taking place, a Divine Message that the Comforter was entrusted to declare without any fear or hesitation. Just like the doctrine of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, the doctrine of the Last Judgment and Resurrection has also been a most difficult doctrine to comprehend. Most unfortunately, both have been conjectured over the centuries by humans devoid of enlightenment. That is why the Savior promised two millennia ago that He will send the Comforter, the Holy Spirit who explain, testify, declare, warn and remind humanity of everything Jesus has said.

Jesus also explicitly warned that anyone who blasphemes the Holy Spirit, that will be sent by God Almighty exclusively on His behalf and request, will never be forgiven. This doctrine makes perfect sense now. So does the doctrine of the Last Judgment and Resurrection:

The Great Adi Shakti Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi
"In between Jesus Christ and His destroying Incarnation of Mahavishnu called as Kalki there is time given to human beings to rectify themselves, for them to enter the Kingdom of God which in the Bible is called as Last Judgment, that you will be judged. All of you will be judged on this Earth. The population of the Earth is at the maximum these days because all those, practically all those who had aspirations to enter into the Kingdom of God, are born in Modern Times and are going to be born very soon. This is the most important times because Sahaja Yoga is the Last Judgment. It is fantastic to hear this but that’s the fact. It’s the Truth.

Though you can understand that Mother’s Love makes it very easy for you to get to your Realization and that the whole story of Last Judgment, which looks such a horrifying experience, has been made very beautiful, and very tender, and delicate, and does not disturb you."

Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi


a doctrine openly declared in public by the same Holy Spirit month after month, year after year, for more than three decades .... and explained in private to the believers with so much motherly love, tenderness, patience and detail.

regards to all,

jagbir


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