Today we are going to look at how misconceptions, media-brainwashing, changing words in books in order to confuse the masses, and a plethora of other things purposely designed to confuse the masses has created your belief system. The belief system created in the matrix in which we live was intentionally created in order for sheeple (people) to think they are something other than who they really are. Who are we? We are spiritual beings living a human experience. If everyone knew and accepted this, we would be much happier and experience a higher level of vibrations and peace.
I copied this from a website in order to show you how things are taken out of context. I responded to a conversation on Facebook the other day. Someone was asking about the creator and so forth. I was not sure if he was serious until I read the responses to his question. His responses to their responses showed me that he was trying to tell them without first telling them that there is no God or Jesus, etc. The responses from the people were what they called their beliefs. I also responded to people trying to explain how we are one consciousness and asked some of them to please stop teaching people that we have to go through Jesus to have a conversation with God because that is untrue and is unhealthy for humanity to think. I said many other things and some responded by saying, "These are my beliefs." I responded by saying, "No, they are not. You are sharing untrue information with other people that was told to you. You are not repeating your own beliefs. You are repeating what someone else wants you to believe and share." So, let us look at this quote that is written a little differently in each Bible. I am still wondering how many different versions we need!
Mark 11:24 quotes Jesus.
Mark 11:24, NIV: "Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours."
Mark 11:24, ESV: "Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours."
Mark 11:24, KJV: "Therefore I say unto you, What things soever ye desire, when ye pray, believe that ye receive them, and ye shall have them."
Mark 11:24, NASB: "'Therefore I say to you, all things for which you pray and ask, believe that you have received them, and they will be granted you."
Mark 11:24, NLT: "I tell you, you can pray for anything, and if you believe that you've received it, it will be yours."
Mark 11:24, CSB: "Therefore I tell you, everything you pray and ask for--believe that you have received it and it will be yours."
This does not mean to sit and pray the way you do. Rather, this means that you make an intentional statement or thought and act as if you already have it. If you sit and pray and ask, you make it worse for more than one reason. When you ask God to bring you something or what have you, you sit and wait for that something to appear or happen. When you have an intentional thought with desire and the expectation of manifesting what you desire and the feeling and sight of it as "it is done," you now have or become that. It can be this second or may take some time. In asking though, you are too busy stating what you don't have and waiting for an answer so you stay in "perpetual don't haves." If you read what Jesus said for the first time without an outside influence telling you what it means, you would naturally understand that it means to state what you what (or think) with intention and see it as it has already happened and you will have it. Seriously, there is nothing about that statement to make anyone take it out of context. It is taught out of context.