Hypocritical hype of Christians evading Helper promised by
Christ in film
From: jagbir singh
Date: Mon Sep 20, 2004 10:00 am
Subject: Hypocritical hype of Christians evading
Helper promised by Christ in film
> Every time I preach or speak about the Cross, the things I
> the screen will be on my heart and mind.
> -Billy Graham, Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
> The Passion tells the story of the twelve hours
> Crucifixion. While The Passion is only the latest in a
> films about Jesus, it stands out for two reasons: First,
> unsparing and unsentimental. In Gibson's opinion, previous
> cinematic efforts had failed to capture the enormity of
> suffering on our behalf.
> -Chuck Colson, Break Point
The Comforter (Holy Breath)
Jesus spoke again unto the eleven and said,
"Grieve not because I go away for it is best that I should
If I do not go away the Comforter will not come to you.
These things I speak while with you in the flesh,
But when the Holy Breath shall come in power, lo,
She will teach you more and more,
And bring to you remembrance all the words I have said to
There are a multitude of things yet to be said;
Things that this age cannot receive because it cannot
But, lo, I say, Before the great day of the Lord shall
The Holy Breath will make all mysteries known —
The mysteries of the soul, of life, of death, of
The oneness of man with every other man, and with his God.
Then will the world be led to truth, and man will be truth.
When She has come, the Comforter, She will convince the
world of sin,
And of truth of what I speak, and of the rightness of the
Judgment of the just;
And then the prince of carnal life will be cast out.
And when the Comforter shall come, I need not intercede for
For you shall stand approved, and God will know you then as
he knows Me."
Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ 162:4-11
Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ,
ch. 162: 4-11, by Levi, M. D. Rey: DeVorss & Co.,
Spirit of Wisdom has frequently changed its gender. It has
been suggested that, because of the change in language and
culture within the early Church, athis feminine aspect (ruach)
to the inauguration of Jesus is neutered to pneuma in
Hellenistic Christian communities and eventually
masculanized to spiritus in the Latin church.' This
led to a shift from feminine to masculine metaphors. As Jung
has remarked: 'the Holy Ghost is not subject to any
control.' but blows where it will, like the wind."
C. Matthews, Sophia: Goddess of Wisdom
(C. Matthews, Sophia:
Goddess of Wisdom, Aquarian Press, 1992, p. 135.)
"Before his Passover, Jesus announced the sending of
"another Paraclete" (Advocate), the Holy Spirit, having
previously "spoken through the prophets," the Spirit will
now be with and in the disciples, to teach them and guide
them "into all truth." 
The Holy Spirit is thus revealed as another divine person
with Jesus and the Father."
(68. Gen 1:2; Nicene Creed [DS 150]; Jn 14:17,
Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Catechism of the Catholic
Ratzinger, Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1994, p.
And I will pray the
Father, and He shall give you another Comforter, that (S)he
may abide with you forever;
Even the Spirit of Truth; whom the world cannot receive,
because it seeth H(er) not; neither knoweth H(er):
But ye know H(er); for (S)he dwelleth with you, and shall be
These things have I spoken while still with you.
But the Comforter, which is the Holy Spirit, whom the Father
will send in My name, (S)he will teach you all things,
And bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have
said unto you.
[feminine emphasis ours]
Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you
that I go away:
For if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you;
But if I depart, I will send H(er) unto you.
And when (S)he is come, (S)he will reprove the world of sin,
and of righteousness, and of judgement.
Of sin, because they believe not on Me; Of righteousness,
because I go to my Father, and ye see Me no more;
Of judgement, because the Prince of this world is judged. I
have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear
Howbeit when (S)he, the Spirit of Truth, is come, (S)he will
guide you unto all Truth:
For (S)he shall not speak of (Her)self;
But whatsoever (S)he shall hear, that shall (S)he speak:
And (S)he will shew you things to come.
(S)he shall glorify Me: for (S)he shall receive of Mine, and
shall shew it unto you. All things that the Father hath are
Therefore said I, that (S)he shall take of Mine, and shall
shew it unto you."
[feminine emphasis ours]
states that the Fourth Gospel does not narrate Jesus'
baptism but explains its significance. Since the Holy Spirit
descended and remained on Him, He is singled out as the Son
of God who will baptize with the Holy Spirit (John 1:32-34.)
His teachings direct to rebirth through the Spirit where a
new state of being is attained by the grace of the Spirit —
this is the only way of entering the Kingdom of the
Spirit. Water is associated with the Spirit (John 3:5-8; cf
1:13.) However, this salvation of humankind through rebirth
can only take place after His death and exaltation (cf
3:14.) Therefore this promise of the coming Spirit points to
the future: "Now this he said about the Spirit, which
those who believed in him were to receive; for as yet the
Spirit had not been given [or, Spirit was not yet], because
Jesus was not yet glorified" (7:39.) The discourses
following Last Supper hold the key to the narration of the
Spirit. It is referred to as the "paraclete"
(Counselor) or "advocate", "intercessor" or more
appropriately the Spirit of paraclesis ... With
these terms and the use of masculine instead of neuter
pronouns, the concept of the Spirit attains a more personal
nature than at any other point in the Bible."
Dictionary of the Bible
(Dictionary of the Bible, C. S.
Sons, 1963, p. 393.)
Mataji Nirmala Devi
the nourishment comes to you from The Mother Earth
represented within you as the Holy Ghost; is the
Power that is called as Kundalini in the ancient
times. It is the most ancient Knowledge of our country . .
It is placed in your sacrum bone and sacrum means sacred.
The Greeks knew the bone is sacred and has something sacred
in it. Now this was also known to Muhammad Sahib because he
called it asas. In the Bible it is described as the
Tree of Life ...
By this Power we become the Spirit that is described by
Christ. Christ didn't say that, "I am the Destination." He
said, "I'll send you the Holy Ghost; I'll send you a
Comforter; I'll send you a Redeemer; I'll send you a
Councilor." He talked about the future."
Shri Sadhvi Devi
Sadhvi (711th): A
lady of pure character. Sadhu is the certitude that the
Sadhak is one with Brahman.
Mataji Nirmala Devi
so beautiful. That's a very beautiful thing to achieve.
That's what we say is the Kingdom of God. That's what we
say, that is, that resides within us, that Joy that fills
the whole world as bliss."
UK—July 2, 1984
[4th]: Born from the pit of the fire of consciousness. The
word 'Agni' denotes in Vedic literature 'force'—power or
energy. She is the power of consciousness (Sokamayata)
manifested as 'Will' to create... . "Vidyayamrtamasnute";
with Vidya thou shalt become immortal. (This Vidya is the
true knowledge that takes the devotee to the highest state,
the Brahma Pada itself which is Herself.) This Vidya is the
outcome of the fire of consciousness or Cidagni which burns
out ignorance i.e., death and confers immortality.)
Shri Mataji Nirmala
are many aspects of Easter, one has to understand, but the
most of all why did He have to die and why was He
resurrected? This point I have not yet touched perhaps so
clearly - that's the point I want to tell you today. It's
only you people can understand the importance of the life of
And when it is said that you have to get your realization
through Christ, it means that He had to pierce through the
Agnya chakra. He had to be there. If He had not created this
gap in the Gate, we could never have got realization. That
is why it is said you are to pass through the Gates of
Heaven only with the grace of Christ.
Of course, that doesn't mean churches, it doesn't mean at
all churches. You have to understand as Sahaja Yogis that
you have to pass through the Agnya chakra."
UK — November 4, 1982
Seated in Bindu, the innermost point of Sri Cakra. It is
stated to be the abode of Shiva. It corresponds to the stalk
of the Sahasrara-Padma in the head of the devotee.)
"These statements suggest that Lord Jesus could not
convince the masses in contemporary Galilee. Why? Because
they had not yet reached the level of evolution in which
they would be ready for vibratory awareness. Of course the
Holy Spirit did inspire the Apostles but that was not yet
the fulfilment of Lord Jesus' promise. Indeed the sinful
condition of the world in the past centuries makes it quite
clear that it has not yet been convinced "concerning sin,
righteousness and judgement." And the modern man does not
It is only now that the full meaning of the Evangelist's
words can be understood for She has completed the Christian
message. We, at last, fully understand the life of Lord
Jesus Christ. He kept referring to His Divine Mother as the
Holy Spirit because in the Galilee of that time no one was
supposed to know the true nature of the Virgin Mary. He
would not have tolerated the satanic forces at work in
Galilee turning their attention towards His beloved Mother.
Any attack on Her would have triggered Universal
destruction. So He kept the secret but announced the coming
of "the Spirit of Truth who proceeds from the Father" and
who will bear witness to Him."
Grégoire de Kalbermatten, The
"JESUS AND THE COMFORTER
Whenever Muslims seek to
prove that Muhammad is foretold in the New Testament, they
immediately appeal to the promise of Jesus that the
"Comforter" would follow him and claim that this Comforter
was Muhammad (particularly as in the Qur'n, Jesus is
alleged to have foretold the coming of Muhammad in Surah
61.6 in similar language). Whereas the Revised Standard
Version uses the word "Counsellor" rather than "Comforter",
we shall use the word "Comforter" throughout this chapter
because it is more familiar to the Muslims. The texts where
the Comforter is mentioned by Jesus are:
"And I will pray the Father, and he
will give you another Comforter, to be with you for ever,
even the Spirit of Truth, whom the world cannot receive,
because it neither sees him nor knows him; you know him,
for he dwells with you, and will be in you." John
"But the Comforter, the Holy Spirit,
whom the Father will send in my name, he will teach you
all things, and bring to your remembrance all that I have
said to you." John 14.26
"But when the Comforter comes, whom
I shall send you from the Father, even the Spirit of
Truth, who proceeds from the Father, he will bear witness
to me." John 15.26
"Nevertheless I tell you the truth:
it is to your advantage that I go away, for if I do not go
away, the Comforter will not come to you; but if I go, I
will send him to you." John 16.7
It is generally alleged by
Muslims that the Greek word "paracletos" (meaning Comforter,
Counsellor, Advocate, etc., in effect, one who unites men to
God) is not the original word but that Jesus in fact
foretold the coming of Muhammad by name and that the
translation of his name into Greek (or at least the meaning
of his name in Greek) is "periklutos", that is, the "praised
one." There is not a shred of evidence in favour of the
assertion that the original word was "periklutos." We have
thousands of New Testament manuscripts pre-dating Islam and
not one of these contains the word "periklutos." In view of
the fact that Muslims are prone to levelling false
allegations that Christians are regularly changing the
Bible, it is rather intriguing to find that they have no
scruples about doing this themselves when it suits them to
do so. In any event a cursory reading of the texts where the
word "paracletos" appears will show that this is the only
word that suits the context as I will show in one instance
later on in this chapter.
Some wiser Muslims admit that
"paracletos" is correct, but they claim in any event that
Muhammad was the Comforter whom Jesus was referring to. Let
us briefly examine some of the texts in a truly exegetical
manner to discover whether Muhammad is indeed the Comforter
whose coming Jesus foretold. It is quite obvious from the
four texts quoted that Comforter, Holy Spirit, and Spirit of
Truth are interchangeable terms and that Jesus is speaking
of the same person in each instance. The one obvious fact
that emerges is that the Comforter is a spirit. (The fact
that Jesus always speaks of the Spirit in the masculine
gender in no way suggests that the Comforter must be a man
as some of the publications in the Bibliography suggest. God
himself is always spoken of in both the Bible and the Qur'n
in the masculine gender and God is spirit — John 4.24. In
the same way Jesus always speaks of the Comforter as a
spirit and not as a man).
If we apply sound exegesis to
John 14.16-17 we shall discover no less than eight reasons
why the Comforter cannot possibly be Muhammad.
1. "He will give YOU another
Jesus promised his disciples
that God would send the Comforter to them. He would send the
Spirit of Truth to Peter, and to John, and to the rest of
the disciples — not to Meccans. Medinans or Arabians.
2. "He will give you ANOTHER
If, as Muslims allege, the
original word was periklutos and that Christians changed it
into paracletos, then the sentence would have read, "He will
give you another praised one." This statement is both out of
place in its context and devoid of support elsewhere in the
Bible. Jesus is never called the "periklutos" in the Bible
(the word appears nowhere in the Bible) so it is grossly
unlikely that he would have said "He will give you another
praised one" when he never used that title for himself.
Worse still, as the Muslims allege that he actually foretold
the coming of Muhammad by mentioning his name, the sentence
in that case would have read "He will give you another
Muhammad." The further the Muslims try to press the point,
the more absurd it tends to become. John 16.12-13 makes it
clear that the word "paracletos" is obviously the correct
one. The text reads: "I have yet many things to say to you,
but you cannot bear them now. When the Spirit of Truth
comes, he will guide you into all the truth." In other
words, I have been your Comforter, your paracletos, and have
many things to tell you, but I send the Spirit of Truth to
you, another Comforter, another paracletos.
In 1 John 2.1 we read that
Christians have an "advocate" with the Father, "Jesus Christ
the Righteous", and the word translated "advocate" is
paracletos in the Greek. So Jesus is our paracletos, our
Comforter and advocate with the Father, and he promised to
give his disciples another Comforter. It is therefore
logical to find that Jesus promised another paracletos when
he himself was described as the paracletos of his followers,
but it is illogical to suggest that he would speak of
"another periklutos" when the word was never used to
describe him in the first place.
3. "To be with you FOREVER."
When Muhammad came he did not
stay with his people forever but died in 632 AD and his tomb
is in Medina where his body has lain for over 1300 years.
Nevertheless Jesus said that the Comforter, once he had
come, would never leave his disciples, but would be with
4. "The Spirit of Truth whom
the world CANNOT receive."
The Qur'n says that Muhammad
came as a universal messenger to men (Surah 34.28). If so,
Jesus was not referring to Muhammad for he said that the
world cannot receive the Comforter, the Spirit of Truth.
5. "You KNOW him."
It is quite obvious from this
statement that the disciples knew the Spirit of Truth. As
Muhammad was only born more than five hundred years later,
it certainly could not be him. The next clause brings out
just how the disciples knew him. At this stage we can see
quite clearly that the Comforter is a spirit who was in the
disciples' presence already.
6. "He dwells WITH you."
Where did the Comforter dwell
with them? From various verses, especially John 1.32, we can
see that the Spirit was in Jesus himself and so was with the
7. "He will be IN you."
Here the death-blow is dealt
to the theory that Muhammad is the Comforter, the Spirit of
Truth. As the Spirit was in Jesus, so he would be in the
disciples as well. The Greek word here is "en" and this
means "right inside." So Jesus was in fact saying "he will
be right inside you."
8. The last reason is really
a re-emphasis of the first one. Do you notice how often
Jesus addresses his own disciples when he speaks of the
sphere of influence of the Comforter? "You know him ... he
dwells with you ... he will be in you." Quite clearly the
disciples were to anticipate the coming of the Comforter as
a spirit who would come to them just after Jesus had left
them. No other interpretation can possibly be drawn from
this text. Only wishful thinking makes the Muslims allege
that Muhammad was foretold by Jesus, but a practical
interpretation of the texts destroys this possibility... .
What no eye has seen, nor ear heard,
nor the heart of man conceived, what God has prepared for
those who love him, God has revealed to us through the
Spirit. For what person knows a man's thoughts except the
spirit of the man which is in him? So no one comprehends
the thoughts of God except the Spirit of God. Now we have
received not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which
is from God, that we might understand the gifts bestowed
on us by God. 1 Corinthians 2.9-13.
Paul makes it plain that the
Spirit had already been given and if it had not, it could
not have been to any advantage to the disciples to be
without Jesus once he had ascended to heaven.
So it is abundantly proved
that Muhammad is not the Spirit of Truth, the Comforter,
whose coming Jesus foretold. Who is the Comforter then? He
is the very Spirit of the living God as can be seen from
some of the quotations already given. On the day when the
Comforter duly came upon the disciples, his coming was
accompanied by a tremendous sound, "like the rush of a
mighty wind" (Acts 2.2). When the Jews heard this, they
rushed together to see what was happening. Peter declared to
"This is what was spoken by the
prophet Joel: And in the last days it shall be, God
declares, that I will pour out my Spirit on all flesh.' "
The Comforter, the Spirit of
God, had come down on the disciples as Jesus had promised
and was to be given to believing Christian men and women
from every nation under the sun... . The Comforter is also
called "the Spirit of Christ" (Romans 8. 9) and the reason
is plain from what Jesus said:
1. "He will glorify me" (John
2. "He will bear witness to
me" (John 15.26).
3. "He will convince the
world concerning sin because they do not believe in
me" (John 16. 8-9).
4. "He will take what is mine
and declare it to you" (John 16.14).
5. "He will bring to your
remembrance all that I have said to you" (John 14.26).
Quite obviously the great
work of the Comforter is to bring people to Jesus, to make
them see him as Saviour and Lord, and to draw them to him.
The Comforter was given so that the glory of Jesus might be
revealed to men and in men. A beautiful example of this is
given by the Apostle John:
His disciples did not understand
this at first; but when Jesus was glorified, then they
remembered that this had been written of him and done to
him. John 12.16
Without the Spirit, they had
no understanding, but when they received the Spirit after
Jesus was glorified, then they remembered as Jesus said they
would. John illustrates this in this passage as well:
On the last day of the feast, the
great day, Jesus stood up and proclaimed, 'If any one
thirst, let him come to me and drink. He who believes in
me, as the scripture has said, out of his heart will flow
rivers of living water'. Now this he said about the
Spirit, which those who believed in him were to receive;
for as yet the Spirit had not been given, because Jesus
was not yet glorified. John 7.37-39.
As soon as Jesus was
glorified the Spirit was given so that the glory of Jesus in
heaven might become real to men here on earth. As Peter said
(Acts 2.33), once Jesus was exalted at the right hand of
God, the Spirit was freely given to his disciples.
Again Peter said, "The God of
our fathers glorified Jesus" (Acts 3.13). We cannot see or
comprehend this glory of Jesus here on earth (and Jesus
himself said, "I do not receive glory from men" John 5.41),
but he sent the Spirit so that we might behold this glory by
the eye of faith. As Jesus himself said to his disciples of
"He will glorify me, for he will
take what is mine and declare it to you. All that the
Father has is mine, therefore I said that he will take
what is mine and declare it to you." John 16.14-15.
The Holy Spirit is the Spirit
of God and he is given to all true believers so that the
glory of Jesus in heaven may become real to men on earth.
John makes it plain how a man receives the Holy Spirit:
Now this he spoke about the Spirit,
which those who BELIEVED in him were to receive. John 7.39
To receive the Comforter, the
Spirit of God, one must believe in Jesus and surrender body
and soul to him. Without the Spirit no one sees or believes
in the glory of Christ, but for those who are his true
followers and who are sanctified by the Holy Spirit (1 Peter
1.2), Peter says:
Without having seen him, you love
him, though you do not now see him, you believe in him and
rejoice with unutterable and exalted joy. As the outcome
of your faith you obtain the salvation of your souls. 1
The distinction between those
who have received the Spirit and those who have not, those
who have beheld the glory of Christ and those who have not,
comes out very clearly as Peter continues to speak to his
To you therefore who believe, he is
precious, but for those who do not believe, 'the very
stone which the builders rejected has become the head of
the corner'. 1 Peter 2.7
The Bible says much about the
Comforter, the Spirit of Truth, but the great and most
handsome work of the Spirit is summed up in Jesus' words:
"He WILL GLORIFY ME." John 16.14
Although the Spirit had been
at work in the world before the advent of Jesus Christ, and
had indeed filled many of the great prophets and men of old
with a longing for the coming Christ, he only finally united
himself to men, and men to God, and indeed true believers to
one another after the resurrection and ascension of Christ
Jesus Christ spoke to his own
disciples of the coming of the Comforter because the Spirit
was sent down to comfort and regenerate all true believers
in Jesus. This is one of the most significant and consistent
elements of the teaching of Jesus about the Comforter. The
prime purpose of the coming of the Comforter ... was to
draw men to him so that those who are influenced by the work
of the Comforter will therefore become followers of Jesus.
It is further evidence against the theory that Muhammad was
the Comforter for, whereas the Comforter would not speak of
himself but only of Jesus, Muhammad drew attention away from
Jesus to himself, describing himself as the ultimate apostle
of God to be followed and obeyed. The Comforter was never to
do a thing like this. Jesus made it plain that the Comforter
would draw the attention and faith of all men to himself and
would glorify him before the eyes of faith of true believers
as the Lord of glory in heaven.
After Jesus Christ had
ascended to heaven to be glorified at the right hand of God
above all the angels and departed saints, the Comforter came
immediately upon his disciples to make this glory real to
them and through them to spread it all over the world. For
Jesus Christ is the very image of the Father's glory. In him
are all things united, whether in heaven or on earth. He is
the climax of God's plan for the fullness of time. He is the
beginning and the end of all God's gracious work in all ages
— for all the salvation and glory that God has prepared for
those who love him are vested in Jesus.
The Comforter came to give us
a foretaste of this glory. He came to make the resplendent
glory of Jesus real to those who follow him. As Moses
encouraged his people to look forward to the prophet who
would be like him, who would mediate a new covenant to save
all who truly believe, so the Comforter encourages Christ's
followers in this age to look up to the risen, ascended,
Lord Jesus Christ who sits on the throne of God in eternal
glory above the heavens.
Far from Muhammad being
foretold in the Bible, every prophecy, every agent of God,
every true prophet and spirit, looks upward towards the
radiance of the Father's glory, the one who sits upon the
throne, the Lord Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ ascended to
heaven — God took him to himself. For Jesus alone is the
Redeemer of the world. He alone is able, as a man, to enter
the holy presence of the Father's throne and fill it with
his own glorious majesty. So likewise he is able to
reconcile sinful men to God and will one day be seen again
in all his splendour as he comes to call his own — those who
eagerly awaited his coming before his time and all those who
since his sojourn on this earth look forward to his return
from heaven — to be with him where he is to behold with awe
the glory which the Father gave him in his love for him
before the foundation of the world.
Moses rejoiced to see his day
when speaking of the prophet to come. The Comforter today
still rejoices to reveal his glory and majesty to those in
whom he dwells. The angels and departed saints await with
longing for the day when he shall be revealed to all the
universe in all his magnificence — when all men shall be
raised from the dead to see the Son of man coming on the
clouds of heaven with power and great glory, a day when the
Comforter's work will be finally completed, a day when every
knee shall bow and every tongue confess that it is Jesus
Christ who is Lord — to the everlasting glory of God the
Father — Amen!"
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