The Iron Chariot

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I’ve always been a believer in the concept that God, or whatever God is, can do anything, but the Bible contradicts that in the below passage.

Unless one understands the symbology behind the words, the Bible can be confounding.

 
Judges 1:19 (KJV)

19 And the Lord was with Judah; and he drave out the inhabitants of the mountain; but could not drive out the inhabitants of the valley, because they had chariots of iron.

So the Lord was with Judah but they were unable to drive out the inhabitants of the valley.  Why? Look at what the words really mean:
 
Mountain (higher consciousness)
Valley (lower consciousness)
Chariot (mind/body or vehicle of the soul)
Iron (mental power)
 

So when you dwell in the valley (your lower emotional nature), it’s your job and your job alone, not God’s, to elevate the iron chariot (strong-willed mind or stubborn nature) above to the mountain (the high place within you that’s accessed via meditation).

 
The Bible is a roadmap for the soul if you understand it spiritually and not literally.

 

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