In the makeup of humanity, the component in our triune being of spirit, mind, and body that gives our body life is our spirit. When our spirit enters our body, our earth-suit that is provided for the expression of our spirit, our body begins to breathe and to live in-time.
When our spirit leaves our body and departs time, our body dies, stops breathing and ceases to live.
Our mind – our emotions, our feelings, our intellect, and our personality, fully knows and completely understands that our body is temporary. Our body will die. Our body is temporary and has a beginning and an ending. Our body will one day cease to be. Our body is the temporary home of our Eternal and our forever spirit, while our spirit, the real and forever us, is in- time and on this planet. Our spirit engages our body for physical expression while on the earth.
This understanding is not complicated, and is really very easy to understand. Some in religious circles have made this difficult and complicated. It is not. This knowledge and this understanding of our design is important for humanity to know and to understand in order to be able to engage our life in-time successfully. Yet, only a very small percentage of humanity really understand operationally how they are designed and how they are created to operate successfully in-time.
The real us, the eternal and forever us, is our spirit, and it is our spirit that gives life to our body. This is the design of our Creator. Our forever life that is found in our eternity and in our eternalness are contained in our spirit.
When we understand the three components of our eternity and our eternalness, we realize that our spirit was in our “before-here” with our Creator before entering our “here,” or our “here and now,” the in-time component of our eternity.
We did not begin here, and we will not end here.
Our spirit existed before entering their earthly home (our body) and they continue to be and to exist when they leave their home on the earth. The real us, the eternal and forever us, was in eternity without time before coming to the earth and before entering and beginning our journey in-time. “Here” we wrap ourselves in our earth-suit and begin our experience in our eternity with time. The in-time portion of our eternity is the shortest and most brief period of all the components of our eternity.
The commonality of who we are forever, when we are (1) in‑time and when we were in the (2) before‑here and when we will be in (3) here‑ after portions of our eternity where there is no time, is our spirit and our eternalness.
Be sure to check back next week, as we address the all-important question of “What happens when my spirit leaves my body?“