After sharing the message by Jesus I channeled stating God did not ask Abraham to sacrifice Isaac, I received mixed response. Many people responded to how that made sense because they found it difficult to accept that God would ask someone to kill their own child.
Others, who have accepted the story in the Bible that it was God who asked Abraham to sacrifice his son, questioned the accuracy.
I thought rather than figure out how to adequately respond, I thought I would ask God directly.
Being someone who is a multi-dimensional channel, I know it is possible to receive messages from more than just the light and that the dark can mask itself as light. I have been fortunate to always have colleagues with similar gifts who can confirm my accuracy. It reassured me over the years but especially in the beginning when I was new to these gifts. After channeling over 20 years, I can also tell the difference in their energies, words, approach, etc. But, regardless, when the information is significant such as this, I want to still confirm with others. It was reassuring to have confirmation from a colleague as to accuracy. I was also told these are important messages for you.
This is the response from God when I asked him about my experience clearing the story of Abraham and Isaac:
You have been troubled for a long time as to my dictates, requests and requirements of my people. I say this unto you. It is not my intent to have anyone killed. It goes against everything that I believe in and hold dear.
There is a reason I dictated “Thou shall not kill.”
It is not for you or anyone else to kill another. There is no excuse worthy of destroying a life I have given.
I am not saying, however, it inappropriate to save your own life or a life of another that someone else is trying to kill. Defending the life I have given you is not improper.
What I deem to do here, however, is to correct some misgivings about an historical event that has wrecked havoc on mankind for an eternity. It has brought up many doubts and concerns about whether or not I am a loving God and how could I ask my son to give up the life of his own son.
My dear children, hear me clearly. I did not, in fact, ask Abraham to give up his son, Isaac, as a test to me. He was, in fact, being tested and tempted by Satan. The way of the times were of sacrifice. It was a pagan ritual not of my choosing.
I did not need to test his loyalty to me. I knew Abraham’s heart. His heart was pure as were his intentions and commitment to me. He sometimes faltered as do all humans at times. Be not afraid of faltering if the intent is pure. Judge not others for their faltering as they do the best they sometimes can do under circumstances you cannot fathom.
It is the pure at heart that matters to me. How pure is your heart? That is what should matter to you. Work on that and that alone and leave what others do or don’t do to me for I care for you equally.