Getting High on Mysticism

Sunday Mornings at 9:30 .” High Mysticism Emma Curtis Hopkins points out over and over again in her book High Mysticism, “The inspired Jesus of Jewish Mysticism offers us the joy and peace of plenty”, saying search the Scriptures. But the teachings that claimed his name ran away from the inspiration of these Sacred texts and made up their own teachings about, “Poverty and Penance. So ,Christians have had to struggle with poverty…and penance…ignoring Peace and Plenty and the abundance of the Kingdom. Unfortunately, most of us were taught this version of Christianity, has opposed to the teachings of being the way of joy, peace and plenty… Jesus The Christ, left us some of the most powerful Spiritual teachings of all time and when we can take these teachings and discern and integrate them into our lives, we will be open to whole new reality, which invites to journey into a realm of Infinite Possibilities It’s time we repent, it’s time we turn around and believe in the Good News (Gospel). Taking breathe in the breath of life and allow Spirit to fill every cell of our being so we might be light just as Jesus invited us to do. Ending his Sermon on the Mount, he said, “Everyone then who hears these words of mine and acts on them will be like a wise man who built his house on rock.” In other words, if we act on his words, we will be blessed and empowered to live on a solid foundation. So we are going to explore the writings of Emma Curtis Hopkins in her book High Mysticism to see how some might take these teachings deeper.
July 25th, 2021 9:30 AM   through   10:35 AM
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