The Gospel of Thomas

Fully Interpreted

The Lord’s Prayer Explained (KJV)

The mystery of the Lord’s Prayer is that it is a prayer from your seven righteous spirits to the true Self. These seven righteous spirits/angels can be found in the book of Revelation and I will be naming and explaining them fully as I interpret Revelation.

Whenever a person speaks or acts, it is according to the spirits of that person, and how much those spirits have been empowered. There are of course unrighteous spirits also, but here we have only the words of the righteous spirits/angels. Every person is the Father of their righteous spirits, but when the Self comes to believe that it is a physical being, rather than a spiritual being, it creates a false image of itself, and that one is not the true father, but it is the father of unrighteous spirits that the righteous spirits/angels have to contend with. And so here is their prayer to the Father, the true Self.

Remember it is the spirits of the one saying the prayer that are speaking through the Self so:


Our Father which art in Heaven

Our true Self (as opposed to the false self) which is in the Holy side of the divided mind.


Hallowed be they name

Holy is your name (but the false self’s name is not).


Thy kingdom come

Let your kingdom which is the kingdom of Heaven, fill all of your kingdom so that the mind be not divided.


Thy will be done

Let only your will be done, and not the will of unrighteous spirits.


In earth as it is in heaven

The earth is a metaphor for the spiritual body. So:

Let your will be done and not the will of the false self.


Give us this day our daily bread

Feed us with Truth


And forgive us our debts

Forgive us our offences against Truth when we were led astray by unrighteous spirits.


As we forgive our debtors

As we have loved our enemy and forgiven them. The enemy is unrighteous spirits.


And lead us not into temptation.

This is a reference to Revelation 3:10 Because thou hast kept the word of my patience, I also will keep thee from the hour of temptation, which shall come upon all the world, to try them that dwell upon the earth.


But deliver us from evil.

Take us into a safe place before you bring judgement on the unrighteous spirits.


For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever, Amen.

This submission, recognition and praise of the righteous spirits/angels, is also found in Revelation.


If the true Self is the Father, does this mean that there is no Father above us?



We should look on the Father of all souls as the father of Fathers, who is the first and supreme spiritual being that was self begotten, whereas we as His children are not self-begotten, but rather begotten of the Father of Fathers.



Can you explain further, the meaning of ‘lead us not into temptation’. It doesn’t seem righteous to lead into temptation, so what does this verse mean?



Remember the Lord’s Prayer is by the Self’s righteous spirits, who are speaking to the true Self. So when the righteous spirits say, ‘lead us not into temptation’, they are actually saying, ‘please don’t lead us into the position where we are tested by unrighteous spirits’.


When Jesus Christ came out of the desert he allowed the Devil to test his righteous spirits, and by doing so he led them into temptation. Of course they overcame the temptation and were found worthy.


Logion 98 in the Gospel of Thomas should also be read from this perspective and Revelation 3:10 also refers to the temptation of righteous spirits.

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