I hope you are well. I want to apologise to the subscribers of my blog for the email notification you may have received a few weeks ago from my website/blog. While I was asleep, my website got hacked into and some kind of bot created a user profile and made a spam blog post. This automatically triggered the subscriber email alert to be sent out to subscribers saying a blog post has been published by me which it had not.
Luckily, I woke up within five minutes of this happening and as it was on a day where I was at home, I managed to fix the issue quickly. There was no risk to you or your computer if you did click the link in the email alert you had received to your inbox other than the inconvenience of the spam email/post itself. I have always had good security measures on my website and I have never been hacked before, however I believe the hacker took advantage of a flaw in a PHP security update that was recently rolled out onto all wordpress websites and that seems to be how it occurred. As I mentioned, I took some corrective action and so I hope it doesn’t happen again.
You know how sometimes people have a “favourite” number for whatever reason? Well, I have had a favourite number ever since I was really young, probably from the age of 7 or 8. It is the number 23. If you were to ask me at any stage of my life from then to fairly recently why the number 23 was my favourite number, I wouldn’t have been able to give you a reason. I just liked it. I did things like put it after usernames when I played online games (one of them being “Badass23” – honestly), or if I had to pick a random number for something…23 was the go. However, I will say this. The number 23 isn’t in any of my passwords or forms part of a bank pin so any hackers please don’t get any more ideas!
Anyway, after I came across Divine Truth in 2013 (10 years ago), I read many things out of this passion I felt to seek the truth about everything, but mostly God. I read all the Robert James Lees and Aphraar books, the Padgett Messages (which I still read often these days) and even read parts of the Bible to see if I could make sense what things within it may be true about God and what things were not. Fast forward a decade, to 2023 (there it is again, haha) and I think I now know why its my favourite number.
I found that there were some awesome parts of the Bible, especially some of the things I feel are true about what Jesus said in the first century about Gods Love (alongside what he has said now) that I loved reading about. I also really loved what Paul said about Love and especially how it never fails (1 Corinthians chapter 13, verses 4-8*). But actually, my favourite parts of the Bible I had read were the Psalms. Of course, when I saw that the Psalms were numbered, due to my favouritism towards the number 23, I went straight for that Psalm and read it. I immediately loved it. I just love the sincerity of it, and the gratitude and love towards God. I think the thing I love the most about it was the picture of God’s goodness it paints. I also really love how it portrays this journey of life we all go on which is full of challenges but there is this underlying faith or aspiration of finally reaching home in a beautiful place, both externally in our surroundings, but also within our own hearts. I love how Psalm 23 acknowledges that it is through the goodness of God that this is made possible. I love how it also accedes to the truth of God being the Creator of the Universe but also in God’s Authority. I love a lot about it.
David wrote this Psalm (alongside roughly 70 others) around 3,000 years ago, and I get the feeling that although the wording of the Psalm was not exactly how David originally wrote it (through alterations by other writers and translation over the ages), the overall feeling and emotion generated in the soul when feeling about the truth contained in it is accurate in how David felt. From hearing what Jesus has said about the gift of God’s Love (and what many of the Celestial spirits spoke about in the Padgett Messages), it could not have been available to David for the first 1,000 years of his life, and what must be many billions of other people too. This is because the gift was withdrawn when the first human couple rejected it up until Jesus was born in the first century where God again bestowed the gift of Gods Love to everyone, with Jesus discovering the way to receiving it and then teaching others how to receive it too. So, the reality to David when he wrote this psalm (and everybody else who had incarnated) was that the potentiality of “home” or heaven would have been limited to the 6th sphere of the spirit world up until 2,000 years ago.
As Jesus has said, God’s Love allows us to have the potential of an infinite progression which far exceeds that of the 6th sphere. When I read, listen to or sing this Psalm, I imagine home to be the Celestial Heavens (from the 8th sphere onwards) because that’s what I want to choose. I feel really grateful that the gift of God’s Love has been available for the entirety of my life at this point (which is really tiny in the grand scheme of things), and I feel as though I am seeking God’s Love now more than ever, and I want to love God more too. I am just so appreciative of Jesus, Mary, Corny and the others of the 14 who decided to come back to Earth to teach the Truth again. Although I have only met a few of them at this point, I have so much love for them all. What a time to be alive.
Here is a song version of Psalm 23 below that I enjoy listening to:
Anyway, that is what I wanted to share with you all. I hope wherever you are that you are progressing in God’s Love, or in natural love if that’s what you choose. I just hope you are feeling happier in your life and being more yourself.
8 Love never fails.