Part 1

Beloved, this great new dimension of splendor and awe in the Spirit demands a higher consciousness of Father in Christ than our previous walk. It is "Sure and steadfast (to all) which entereth into that within the veil, where the forerunner is for us entered, even Jesus..." Heb. 6:19, 20. And this is the

"treasure in earthen vessels" that we have now, even a New Covenant principle that our "Testator" left for us to possess in spirit.

Identification with the "Lamb slain from the foundation of the world" is being voiced by various ones in the body of Christ world wide. Rev.13:8. Christ is truth, He is the Alpha, and Omega-First and Last. He is the Word that never changes. And the illusions of our natural life may all be rearranged. So don't look at things we can see and feel, they are only illusions with no true reality.

Jesus gave us a promise after His resurrection that we haven't believed. We have been like the traditional church, and said that He meant it for the apostles. We read, "He breathed on them, and said unto them, receive the Holy Spirit. Whose so ever sins you remit, they are remitted unto them, and whose so ever sins you retain, they are retained." Jn.20:23.

The problem is, do we believe it? It has to be believed for it to work. There are people around the world who are believing this promise of Jesus, and they are doing as He instructed, and it is working. It has worked for me. About three years ago Elaine Cook told us about Henry Gruver, and his book, "Prayer Walker." And how Henry walked all over the world praying as the Spirit led him. He went and goes into remote lands, and countries Remitting sins of Pagans of present times, and of the past. We got the book, and I tell you, it hit me like a ton of bricks. I realized at once, when Jesus says anything it is not just for the sake of gab, but reality from the Father.

This is the first thing that Jesus said to His disciples after He rose from the dead. "Receive the Holy Ghost and remit (forgive) sins." Are believers aware of His instructions? Scripture tells us, "God was in Christ, reconciling the world unto himself, not imputing their trespasses unto them." 2 Thess.5;19

Now beloved, if our Father is not "imputing sins," why are the saints? Because of our lack of enlightenment in Father's essence and nature. Bill Green, of Riverton, Utah, told us two weeks ago in Modesto: "We must quit

making decisions with the five senses, we have the mind of Christ."

I concur to that. When the body of Christ begins to remit sins, instead of "imputing their sins," a change will come to the midst of thee, water running free around the trees of your city. "Speak tenderly to Jerusalem, and cry unto her, that her warfare is accomplished (ceased), that her iniquity is pardoned." Is.40:2.

One other thing that is etched into my consciousness is: "Cease taking any thing personal." Whether it is said or done in the negative.

Two and a half years ago I began remitting our son, Ron's sins. Ron had always been like the Prodigal son. He lived for sensual pleasure, with no regard for his salvation, or anything spiritual. At the same time, Father had sent me to get my kids (grown now) who had went astray. And they came in, but Ron? WOW! Thank the Lord for His promises, sure and steadfast for ever.

Ron had been an embarrassment to the family for half of his life. At family gatherings he would go into a rage over anything, and the language he used before rushing away in his car made the whole family glad he was gone.

Ron works for our son, Don who has a business in Modesto, and is older than Ron, and one day I got a call from Don, saying "Dad, Ron told me that he wants you to save him." This was about two weeks after I had began remitting

his sins, as Jesus said. I told Don that I couldn't save him, but Jesus can. He had tried to get Ron to go to a nearby church to get saved, and Ron said, NO, I want dad to save me.

So here they came, and the Spirit moved like a mighty wave of love, and Ron wept and repented before us and the Lord, and His angelic hosts. And the prodigal son, Ron was ushered into the kingdom of God. It came by prayer and remitting his sins as Jesus had instructed. I praise my Father for His unconditional love, mercy and grace.

"Those whom he predestinated he also called, and whom he called, he also justified, and whom he justified, those he also glorified." Rom. 8:30. Another version reads like this: "And having chosen us, he called us to come to him, and when we came, he declared us "Not guilty," filled us with Christ's goodness, gave us right standing with himself, and promised us his glory."

In Christ, invisible, "Clothed in honor and majesty, Who covers himself with light as with a garment. Ps. 104:1, 2. He has seated us in His throne astronomical, Eph.2;6, Rev.20:4. Here we reign with Him in Spirit, as we abandon our will to Him and the Spirit intercedes in and through us. We are CO-laborers with God our Father.

Beloved, to forgive in love is to "remit sin." By not loving and forgiving is to "Retain." I feel an urgency to write this after hearing from various ones from across the world. You forecaster's of divine truth are actually experiencing secretly, and openly our once laughed at forecast's.

Jesus said, "Me and my Father are one. He that has seen me has seen the Father." John 14:9. "He that is joined to the Lord is one spirit.' Oneness with the Father is a consciousness of being in Him, and He being in you. This is ones entrance behind the veil into the holiest of all, by the blood of Jesus, and all things are transparent reality in spiritual illumination within.

Here "our heart is set a dancin, and our feet are set dancin too." Here we see all creation dancing and shouting for joy of its deliverance from the bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty of the sons of God. We are the body of Christ, and each of us are a manifestation of Christ in human form, this we know beyond our natural senses.

Beloved, free all who have been bound and they are free and blessed. Bless all, and "don't take anything personal." As you are conscious of union with Christ, you see yourself as a unique form of Christ, and as lovers. There you know you are perfect in spirit which is nothing but love without measure.And we are not just called to a feast, we are become His feast for those who

are hungry. 1 Cor.10:7, "We being many are one bread, and one body, for we are all partakers of that one bread."

This is a new dimension where He lives as us, and we as Him, and are one with our Father in Christ.


Love and hugs,

Scott Paris

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