The son symbolizes the seed or word of God (Luke 8:11). All things are made by a seed (John 1:3). The son symbolizes the seed or word of God (Luke 8:11). All things are made by a seed (John 1:3). God’s physical creation was made by His word (Genesis 1:3), the sowing of His seed in the earth. Our spiritual creation is made when God sows His spiritual seed in our heart. The instruction for this spiritual creation is encoded in the beginning and end of the book of Genesis, which means creation; an instruction the children of Israel, chosen to represent us the people, failed to comprehend, having eyes that could not see and ears that could not hear. So God sowed His seed in another mother; in the womb of Mary, her son providing us with the instruction for this spiritual creation through his word. Jews and Muslims (the seed of Abraham in the literal sense) reject the son. The fact that Muslims reject the idea of the Creator having a son makes perfect sense because the Holy Quran does not refer to Allah as Father. But it also reveals the carnal mind, which cannot comprehend how something that is spiritual (Allah) could produce something that is physical (Jesus).
Is that not the pattern of creation? Something unseen producing something that is seen? If Muslims believe that Allah is the Creator of the heaven(s) and the earth, they unwittingly agree that Allah has a seed, the son symbolizing the seed by which all things are made. The New Testament of the Bible does refer to God as Father, and yet many Christians reject or deny the Son literally by claiming that Jesus is God. The Father is not the Son. There is one God and one seed of God. Father and Son. The Holy Bible tells us that he that denies the Father and the Son is antichrist, which Jews, Muslims, and Christians are all guilty of in one way or another. But we are all anti-christ in the spiritual sense as long as we are against christ; the spiritual power through which we perform the spiritual works that forms our new spiritual creation.
Jesus, the physical manifestation of the son or seed of God does not care if we believe in him. He wants us to “believe the works,” the word believe meaning to obey; put action to. Christians say they believe in Jesus, but they do not obey the spiritual works that are synonymous with the son (John 10:36-38). Neither do Jews and Muslims. Jews fail to obey the spiritual works by not observing the spiritual instruction found in the beginning and end of the first book of the Torah. Muslims fail to perform the spiritual works because the Quran does not provide the instruction for these works. Christians fail to obey the spiritual works because they have been taught that Jesus did the works for them, which is a lie. There can be no creation without the son, which is the seed, by which all things are made. We have already made a creation, but through an unholy seed called the son of perdition. This unholy creation is called “the first heaven and earth,” which is to pass away. What is to take its place is a holy creation, made through God’s seed or son, which is called “a new heaven and a new earth” (Revelation 21:1). Abraham had two sons. Ishmael and Isaac. The son symbolizes both the seed and the word of God, through which the physical heaven and earth was made. Both the Holy Bible and the Holy Quran are considered to be the literal Word of God or Allah. However, the Holy Quran does not contain the instruction for our new spiritual creation as it does not teach on the spiritual meaning of the son. It only goes as far as to say that Mary had a son, and that like Muhammed, that son was no more than a Prophet. But now we understand the importance of the son!
Written by Sandra L. Butler © 2016