The Upper & Lower Courts

Book Review:

 

The Upper & Lower Courts

 

 

Pastor Sheila R. Vitale maintains an active presence as founder of Living Epistles Ministries and has published numerous Christian books, including "The Woman In The Well.”

 

Sheila R. Vitale also directs Christ-Centered Kabbalah, which focuses on revealing Christ as Messiah in the Kabbalah, a form of ancient Jewish learning and tradition.

 

Her works are accessible at www.christ-centeredkabbalah.org and include “Divine Justice, The Upper & The Lower Courts,” which is an unedited transcript of CCK Message #545. A key facet of this message is that there is no male or female in Christ Jesus and words that refer to sexual identity, in reality, only reference spiritual principles.

 

In conceptualizing Divine Justice, Pastor Vitale writes of two sets of five Sefirot (Rings of Power) each, called the upper and lower court, which are connected with each other. When all 10 Sefirot are connected a human being will no longer experience sickness or death, as occurred with the eternal life of Jesus Christ. When the two sets of five (ten total) Sefirot are disconnected, a person lives a natural life and then dies.

 

 At the same time, these Sefirot can render various levels of judgment in the upper court and lower court. When a single Sefirah is not properly unified, it results in destruction in one’s life, because the spiritual unity that perfects the man is lost.

 

Yet all is not lost when disunion reigns, as there is still the possibility of God reversing rendered judgments. This provides great hope for those who seek to contact the Lord to experience his mercy and forgiveness from sin.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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