Brother AACOOLDRE : What are the spiritual deeds of Hot & Cold

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    By Andre Austin

    When the Emperor or Christ/God said that he knows a person’s deeds that they were neither Hot or Cold but Lukewarm what was the meaning. Do you think he was talking about people not having the ability to drink cold water or take a hot bath (see The Ignatius Catholic Study Bible on Rev 3:14-22). God doesn’t care about those silly assumptions that but the condition of your heart.

    When the Bible talks about a person’s deeds its focus is on your good/bad works of your heart. For example:

    “Make a tree good and its fruit will be good, or make a tree bad and its fruit will be bad, for a tree is recognized by its fruit…for out of the overflow of the heart the mouth speaks” (Matthew 12:33-35). These things coming out of your mouth can acquit or condemn you. This is the a similar Tree of good and evil in Genesis based on Tefnut-Maat that helps the eyes of Adam and Eve open to see it was wrong to be naked outside. Tefnut was born by being spit out and its moisture can help the eyes. Just like Jesus’s spit helped a man see men like “Tree’s” (Tefnut-Maat).

    The Emperor Domitian wanted people to be either a Hot-Heart or a Cold-Heart so he could swallow them up with execution. But because they were Lukewarm he had to spit them out of his mouth and keep them alive. No God would want somebody to be bad so he could kill them so this is clearly had Emperor talking.

    “Blessed are the pure in heart for they will see God” (Matthew 5:8)

    Lukewarm=correct eyesight because the heart was neither hot or cold. Having a Cold or Hot heart was viewed very negatively in ancient Egypt in throughout the Bible (see 2 Cor 11:28-29 & Matthew 24:12) As a matter of fact on Judgement day the Egyptian soul would say “I have not eaten my heart i.e. lost their temper and become angry Egyptian Ideas of the Afterlife By E.A. Wallis budge p.131). This is the same thing in Rev 3:14-17 where souls are not eaten but spit out Lukewarm/Tefnut. A heart that eaten in Egypt goes directly to hell without collecting anything (naked). If you have a temper like the Incredible Hulk then your heart gets thrown to a green crocodile.

    If these Bible commentaries would have looked to the Laodicea medical school and its eye treatment program they would have learned from the Stoic chronicler of encyclopedic miscellaneous facts Pliny the Elder that:

    The Eyes: Nature has provided the eye with many thin membranes and hard outside coverings as a protection against cold and heat; she cleans the eyes with moisture from the tear-glands and makes them slippery and able to dislodge foreign bodies…Man alone is cured of blindness by the discharge of fluid from the eye” (Natural History Book XI: 147-149).

    Therefore, when the book of Revelations chapter three said that a person was neither Hot or Cold but Lukewarm it intended to convey that those persons had correct physical/spiritual vision. “Anyone who does what is evil has not seen God” (3 John verse 11).

    Even the book of revelations reports that souls are judged according to their works (Rev 20:13) which by the refuted Paul’s hypothesis that only faith matters. But we all know brother James was correct with the formula and equation of faith & works as the chemistry to keep up a good working heart so that your eyes don’t cloud up with bad deeds. The stoic Seneca cured Paul of his blindness in Acts 9 but evidently it didn’t help him 100% or else his writings were edited when he died and changed.

    Andre Austin is the author of Lukewarm: The temperature of Justice