Jesus in John 3 said of himself “We speak what we know and testify what we have seen”. He spoke of himself as being plural which is not surprising for He is the same one who said “let us make man in Our likeness”.When John wrote he specifically used the Greek word “Ekeinos” which means “they” and “them” when talking about Christ, but the English translators interpretation was that into “he” and “him”, a single person. So what John was trying to convey by choosing the word “ekeinos” is lost. John was speaking of the fullness of the Godhead being a plurality and being present in Jesus. Even as Christ said “it js the Father that does the works on me. Jesus is a plurality and John called Him “They” and “Them” and not He and Him..Now when we go back to the beginning and on the 6th day when God made man in His likeness, He made Adam whole. Adam had not entered his deep sleep to be halved into male and female yet. It is in the first words about Adam that God “made him male and female He created “them” a pluarality. And “God blessed “them” as a plurality in unity and said to them “let them be fruitful, let them multiply let them fill the earth”.Adam had Eve still inside him called “the rib” when the Lord called Adam”them”. Like John called Christ “them” after the spirit of God descended upon Him like a dove, and remained with Him. They were a plurality in one.Then the heavenly Father said “this is My beloved Son in whom I am well pleased”. Why? Because this is the first time since the Garden of Eden a man was whole and not halved, not split into male and female. Christ’s counterpart was in Him. For the Father to be pleased in the Son, the Son had to be like the Father. Whole and complete. Christs helper and comforter is the 3rd person of the Godhead called the Holy Spirit . Christ at His baptism received His counterpart in Himself to not be exposed. They were not naked unlike Adam and His rib called Eve. Christ had nothing to be ashamed about.John the Baptist confirmed this saying of Christ “29 He who has the bride is the bridegroom; but the friend of the bridegroom, who stands and hears him, rejoices greatly because of the bridegroom’s voice. Therefore this joy of mine is fulfilled. They must increase but I must decrease”. He spoke of an unsrrn reality some think us yet future and error by doing son. You see John was the witness at the wedding, He was “the friend”. The best man.Adam in his beginning was a plurality in one as Christ is a plurality in one. “Let us make make man in Our likeness”. So God did, but later He took the rib out and Adam called her Eve. They portrayed the Heavenly, Eternal Bride and Groom. But they were turned in side out for our learning and understanding. The revelation from Adam is about Christ and His Bride. “The volume of the book is written of Me”. This is the spiritual unveiling. It is Food for those born again. Even when God said “let Us… He was showing Himself to be a plurality.God is more aptly defined as “They” and “Them” of male and female and not “He” and “Him”. Him and Her come from a split view. This is why the mandate was said from the beginning “24 Therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and they shall become one flesh”. Why? To mend that tare.That from the beginning which We have heard and We have seen We testify to you. Now for what came next.Adam was half the man of Jesus because his rib was taken from him. His hidden insides were seen when his rib called his bride was exposed. This was the Revelation of Adam, the unveiling and the exposure of what would not otherwise have been seen being the female side of God.This is why the Book of Revelation of Jesus Christ is not so much about catastrophe. Catastroph doesn’t make Him more visible. But even as a diamond is best seen in the backdrop of a black cloth, so does Heavenly Jerusalem shine in a backdrop of darkness. The Revelation is about Heavenly Jerusalem, the Mother of those who are in Christ. She is shrouded with cataclysms to occupy the flesh, the carnal man. It is “The Revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave Him to show His servants of things which must immediately take place”. The book of Revelation concludes with Heavenly Jerusalem. Why? Because she is The Revelation, the Hidden Side of Christ that cannot be carnally seen. She is cloaked in mystery. The catastrophes are the distraction . For even at Mt Sanai it was shrouded with a tempest and a fire so that if even a man or beast should touch they would die. Why? Because flesh and blood does not inherit the Kingdom. The man cannot get you there. That was the smoke screen to deter the flesh. For we do not need boots and compass for our journey to the Kingdom of the Father but spirit and truth. These are the tools of our trade. That which is flesh is flesh and that which is Spirit is spirit. You must be born again. Your new nature inherits the Kingdom of God which is Heavenly Jerusalem the Mother of those born of the spirit. (Galatians 4.26) The only thing that accesses the invisible is a new creation. This is the Israel of God and not some silly Plot of land on planet Earth. (Galatians 6 15+16)
Thr Holy Spirit is Heavenly Jerusalem and is The feminine part of the Godhead that is equally God being co- founder and co-creator as seen brooding over the face of the waters during creation, much like She brooded over Jerusalem being inside Christ She said through Him “oh Jerusalem how I would’ve gathered you as a mother hen gathers her chicks but you are not willing”. She says that again today. Are you willing? She was also seen over the Israelites when they marched through the desert. But only when they gathered all the articles of faith and assembled them together did she brood over the top of them. Much like any mechanical component. You must have all parts for it to be active and operational. The several components that make up the Godhead must be reassembled in the spirit of your mind to activate your faith. These truths are for us the elect to more clearly see our heritage in the elusive one, Christ’s hidden person. Even as 1st Peter rightly defined the women “the hidden person of the heart”. And as Paul stated that the woman is the glory of man, even so Gods glory is in Her.
Christs other half is only exposed by Revelation. She is fully guarded and protected. Nothing that defiles can enter Her. She is impenetrable, and un-adulterated. She is in all ways an intricate part of the Godhead being “flesh of His flesh and bone of His bone” clothed in the invisible attributes of Christ that we His offspring are told to “put on” and “put off the works of darkness” as taught throughout the New Covenant.
Nothing carnal may enter, but the born-again can see Her and enter Her . (John 3.3-12)