Better understanding of Jesus’ teachings
It follows from the previous considerations that God is the Creator of the universe and that this universe emerged from Himself. They also show that His Personality in the form of His Laws and Praenergy permeates everything and everyone. Nothing and no one, no being, can absolutely compare with Him, not even Jesus Christ.
Essenceism firmly claims that Jesus Christ was a man, and the fact of calling Him the Son of God or the Son of Man proves this. Looking at Jesus as a perfect man, we can assume that we see a miniaturized image of God, that is, what each of us should be as a being created "in the image and likeness" of the Original Being. Jesus reflects with Himself everything that the Creator poured out of Himself onto people, that is, everything that He had most perfect. In creating man, He left nothing to reserve for Himself, as this would limit the perfection of his work. Therefore, Jesus can be like God "in a nutshell", Someone fully "in the image and likeness", that is, the Visible Image of God on Earth. At the same time, the spiritual person of Jesus presents in miniature the eternity of the Original Being.
Since essenceism has shown that the Creator does not know evil, then the Son of God must finally be treated as a human part of the responsibility for salvation. So Jesus had to be a man, of course, fully perfect and eternal, that is, the One who achieved the dignity of the Son of God. Then He could replace the one who had not achieved it, Adam. As a result, Jesus became the representative of humanity responsible for implementing the concept of the Creator. This knowledge can help the world religions understand their responsibility to prepare the conditions for receiving a Savior.
The appearance of Jesus' spiritual person among His apostles is treated as a resurrection. Meanwhile, it is the only sure proof of the eternity of every human being. The reality of this eternity in the spiritual world is due to the content of His teaching, as well as several episodes from His short life. The most interesting is the episode concerning His transformation on Mount Tabor. During this event, the apostles saw Him accompanied by Moses and Elijah. Of course, the greatest evidence for the eternity of people is His own resurrection and what happened after it. Then it was His eternal spiritual person who for several days "became physical" on Earth and contacted those who were able to notice it. In many of my studies on essenceism, I explain the phenomenon of "physicalization" on Earth of spiritual people from the spiritual world. It was foreseen by the Creator for the formation of one great and simultaneously everlasting universe family throughout the ages by His children.
Essenceism at every opportunity confirms that man as a spiritual person is eternal. Jesus, as each of us went through, the process of being born from Heavenly Father, that is, from the Original Being. This birth is each time a unique divine creative act that affects every human being. The spiritual person is formed from the beginning of the Divine Energy. Thus a new, eternal human being arises into which a personality emerged from the Divine Personality is grafted. The Creator gives it a part of Himself in the form of His Intelligence, Will and Love and a "piece" of His Heart. Personal attributes from God for an individual person are realized when the Creator makes the decision to breathe life into the nascent natural person. This happens when the months of her development in the womb are over. Such an embodiment of attributes from the Creator can be taken as the proper beginning of divine fatherhood for a particular human being.
The birth of Jesus as the Second Adam is unique in that it was the result of a generational effort by a generation of spiritually inspired people in Israel who took responsibility for preparing the salvation of the world. As a result of their fulfillment of the condition of cutting off the influence of Satan on the birth of the Son of God, His birth from Mary's womb was completely under the protection of God's angels, as was the case with the First Adam. When Jesus, through the effort of His life, achieved personal perfection, to confirm that the perfect man stands higher than the angels, He fought a victorious spiritual duel with the former Archangel Lucifer. In this way, He became the first and so far the only perfect man in the history of mankind and the first to be called the Son of God.
Therefore, everything that Jesus did should be treated as the achievements of a perfect man. Especially the physicalization of His spiritual person after the resurrection is a timeless proof of eternity belonging to every human being. In this regard, Jesus' mission as the Redeemer of mankind was successful. Despite the failure of the Jewish people in the work of the complete salvation of humanity and Jesus' closest environment, His achievements made us realize the existence of the spiritual world, the possibility of contact with angels and the true condition of our world. As no one in history has demonstrated Satan's dominion over people and his power. He also made us aware of the conditions for changing the bad state of our world, that is, for its salvation.
Essenceism notes that the pain and sorrow resulting from a missed chance for salvation has not resounded sufficiently in the activities of Christianity over the past two thousand years. It would seem that this religion would implement Jesus' teachings, such as absolute love for others or unconditional forgiveness of their faults. Satan's imperious position towards people and the need to prepare for the second coming of the Son of God was also not understood. Religions still expect the Creator to intervene in the world under the rule of Satan. They did not correctly read Jesus' important message that humanity must carry out the process of salvation on its own. Thus, religious denominations should prepare their followers to create the conditions for the birth of a future Savior on Earth, and then let Him lead in the process of removing Satan from our world. This is a fundamental duty of all religious denominations. That is why I speak so clearly and openly about it. The driving force behind this task should be the fact that Jesus Christ made us aware of our eternity. On the one hand, this is very comforting news, but on the other hand, it carries the risk of not being saved if you constantly wait for what God will do.