We recognize the importance to overcome difficulties, obstacles, and challenges which we perceive in ourselves, in relationships, and in our perceptual reality (learning our lessons in claiming our authority) with what is commonly referred to as perseverance. Each perspective is designed with the ability to balance different desires, needs, and oppositions throughout dimensional perspectives, which has become the capability to evolve, expand, and adapt to new dimensional structures, boundaries, and abilities. Continually overcoming new trials, obstacles, and tribulations it believes are present to succeed in returning back to the complete recollection of totality (truth of “God”), despite the structure of each dimension's design to remain occupied otherwise.
The continuation and extent of exploration remains to be a choice, due to the insistence that there be an experience of independent wills. This attempt to develop an authentic experience apart from our reality united with our creator, comes with the ability to focus and obsess over defined focal points for achieving perceived goals by whatever means currently believed as acceptable and necessary actions (or the lack of). The creator aspect of our reality has the full potential to disrupt and influence our lives in a multitude of beneficial and “disturbing” ways as it believes necessary. However, our experience was not designed so it can be what it always has been.
The goal of developing individuated perspectives is to experience existence in a multitude of completely different ways. “Christ” as the decider of this and every perceptual reality, [which is represented through the Wholly Spiritual Universe] develops a multitude of various places and universes which are designed with a gentle egress appearing as a disturbance to the individuals believed advancements. Their repeatedly seeming disturbances are designed to train “Christ” in reclaiming its authority while retaining authentic individualization. “Perseverance” is a type of programming to make it possible for independent free-will to continue without disruption while also continuing that progress to divine realization.
Your reality as “Christ” does not need perseverance, for it can only experience obstacles that it still chooses to believe justified. The choice is not in the obstacle itself but the surrendering of authority unto them, while their influence is believed real. Perseverance will still seem necessary while one's focus is on the physical independence which only seems present to the individuated perspective, therefore the only real determination necessary is through the obstacle of the mind which deludes the perspective into being the design and not its designer. Therefore the final obstacle physicality offers is over the belief that this separation (and independence) is desired for by the creator of it, and its chooser.
“If you recognized your absolute continuous nature, you would see your perseverance is for an alternate experienced reality and not simply the safe and appropriate movement within space.”
- Rev. Devan Jesse Byrne
In Short this Statute Indicates:
1. We are designed with the ability to obsess over obstacles and challenges to become more aware and progress our perspective beyond them.
2. Perseverance is not only in overcoming obstacles but also the acceptance and tolerating of them. Regardless if the goal is peace, awareness, or transcendence. To achieve them is to persevere toward them
3. To overcome is a choice, in the same way to tolerate is. One often takes more effort but it also has greater benefits and transformations.
4. There are no obstacles to "Christ” but that which it chooses for that individual perspective. Overcoming them is “Christ's” choice.
5. Physical limitations, independent identity, and overwhelming emotions are all obstacles for “Christ” to learn how to reclaim its authority.
6. Every little obstacle of the world is training to eventually overcome the world.
7. The only real obstacle the world has to offer is the belief in its physicality over your divine reality.