T-3.VI Judgement and the Authority Problem

T-3.VI.1

1. We have already discussed the Last Judgement, but in insufficient detail. ²After the Last Judgement there will be no more. ³Judgement is symbolic because beyond perception there is no judgement. ⁴When the Bible says “Judge not that ye be not judged”, it means that if you judge the reality of others you will be unable to avoid judging your own.

Expanded

1. We have already discussed the Last Judgement, but in insufficient detail. ²After the Last Judgement there will be no more [judgement]. ³Judgement is symbolic because beyond perception there is no judgement. ⁴When the Bible says “Judge not that ye be not judged”, it [the Bible] means that if you judge the reality of others you will be unable to avoid judging your own [reality].

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1. We have already discussed the Last Judgement, but in insufficient detail. ²After the Last Judgement there will be no more judgement. ³Judgement is symbolic because beyond perception there is no judgement. ⁴When the Bible says “Judge not that ye be not judged”, the Bible means that if you judge the reality of others you will be unable to avoid judging your own reality.

Simplified

In perception we judge others and judge ourselves. After the Last Judgement there will be no more judgement.

T-3.VII.6

6. The branch that bears no fruit will be cut off and will wither away. ²Be glad! ³The light will shine from the true Foundation of life, and your own thought system will stand corrected. ⁴It cannot stand otherwise. ⁵You who fear salvation are choosing death. ⁶Life and death, light and darkness, knowledge and perception, are irreconcilable. ⁷To believe that they can be reconciled is to believe that God and His Son can not. ⁸Only the oneness of knowledge is free of conflict. ⁹Your Kingdom is not of this world because it was given you from beyond this world. ¹⁰Only in this world is the idea of an authority problem meaningful. ¹¹The world is not left by death but by truth, and truth can be known by all those for whom the Kingdom was created, and for whom it waits.

Expanded

6. The branch that bears no fruit will be cut off and will wither away. ²Be glad! ³The light will shine from the true Foundation of life, and your own thought system will stand corrected. ⁴It [your own thought system] cannot stand otherwise [other than corrected]. ⁵You who fear salvation are choosing death. ⁶Life and death, light and darkness, knowledge and perception, are irreconcilable. ⁷To believe that they [the irreconcilable] can be reconciled is to believe that God and His [God’s] Son can not [be reconciled]. ⁸Only the oneness of knowledge is free of conflict. ⁹Your Kingdom is not of this world because it [your Kingdom] was given you from beyond this world. ¹⁰Only in this world is the idea of an authority problem meaningful. ¹¹The world is not left by death but by truth, and truth can be known by all those for whom the Kingdom was created, and for whom it [the Kingdom] waits.

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6. The branch that bears no fruit will be cut off and will wither away. ²Be glad! ³The light will shine from the true Foundation of life, and your own thought system will stand corrected. ⁴Your own thought system cannot stand other than corrected. ⁵You who fear salvation are choosing death. ⁶Life and death, light and darkness, knowledge and perception, are irreconcilable. ⁷To believe that the irreconcilable can be reconciled is to believe that God and God’s Son can not be reconciled. ⁸Only the oneness of knowledge is free of conflict. ⁹Your Kingdom is not of this world because your Kingdom was given you from beyond this world. ¹⁰Only in this world is the idea of an authority problem meaningful. ¹¹The world is not left by death but by truth, and truth can be known by all those for whom the Kingdom was created, and for whom the Kingdom waits.

Simplified

Your thought system must be corrected. The Kindgom of life/light/knowledge is waiting for you. You leave the world of perception/separation by way of truth.