"To those that have shall be given more." "To those that have not, even that which they have shall be taken away." What is the meaning of these statements by the Master? Is this statement in conflict with his statement, "The first shall be last and the least shall be greatest?" Not at all. What the Master is referring to is the level of responsibility one shows per their capacity and ability to serve and do the Will of the paradise Father, shall be given more light and spiritual power to do even greater things in service to God and man. The faith sons and daughters of the paradise Father doing His Will shall receive abundance and aid from on high to continue their labor for the Kingdom. Those that are slothful and shun responsibility, though they have capacity and ability, shall suffer a diminution of light and power from on high and shall become blinded by the unreality of their own selfish pursuits until they freely choose to walk in the light and begin again to accumulate those precious universe credits that lead to higher consciousness and service to others.
Blessed are you who delight in doing good unto your fellows--shining your light into this world, healing, praying, illuminating truth, and going out of your way to help those in need, for in doing so, you are preparing the soul for greater work in the higher spheres of light. For those that show sagacity and responsibility over a few things in this life shall be given greater power and responsibilities in the next life. This my friends is universal law, and it is completely fair and equitable. This goes hand in hand with the law that states, " The last shall be first, and the least shall be greatest in the Kingdom of heaven." Meaning, those that serve themselves in this life, shall find themselves in a lower place in the worlds to come, while those that willfully choose to do the Will of the paradise Father and serve his or her fellows in this life, shall be given the opportunity to serve in the higher spheres of light with greater responsibility in the co-creation of the universes.
The accumulation of wealth and knowledge in this life will do nothing for you in the worlds to come if it is used for self aggrandizement. Only through love do you hear the zephyrs of truth that lead the way to eternal life. Love cannot be kept to the self, but by its very nature is to be shared to reap its benefits of joy. It is infectious, and the joy one receives from showing love, fuels their drive to find it again--to feel more joy and satisfaction while experiencing the benefits of spiritual gifts and clarity of purpose. Eventually these light workers shall discover the astonishment of synchrony between their will and the Will of God, for they will learn to discern and act when moved by spirit.
It is God's love for us that He shares all things with His children who hear His voice and delight in doing His will. Open the spigots of heaven and let His love pour over you as you in kind show love for your brothers and sisters. To those that have shall be given more--a divine promise.
The Circle of Seven