Revelation 10

In the second woe, the disciple of Christ is undergoing significant internal changes while experiencing a personal “Revelation”. These changes may manifest externally in a variety of ways, such as increased charisma. Since most humans associate “love” with physical intimacy, as the disciple purifies their love for God through Christ, their charisma is often felt by others as a sexual prowess. Individuals of both sexes may offer themselves to the disciple as intimate partners. This is one of the temptations that becomes stronger as the focus on God becomes more concentrated. Other temptations include greater access to intoxicants…

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Ed Sharrow

Author, philosopher, Christian meditation instructor. Secular thoughts on edsharrow.substack.com weekdays.