Matt 27:45-46 – Now from the sixth hour until the ninth hour there was darkness over all the land. 46 And about the ninth hour Jesus cried out with a loud voice, saying, “Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?” that is, “My God, My God, why have You forsaken Me?”
What a romantic story! Jesus is hanging, and darkness starts to draw near to him. The very sin that separated man from God starts to creep in and attach itself to Jesus’ pure consciousness. Once it is in place, it causes Jesus’ awareness and belief to change. He starts to take on the sinful conscience man has been trap in for thousands of years. He starts to think God has left him. He cries out, “Why have you forsaken me,” and it marks the moment that Jesus takes on and becomes sin for man. The sin that marred the consciousness of man, is causing Jesus to be no longer aware of God and separated from Him. The sin and old consciousness that was upon humanity starts to leave the atmosphere of the world and attach to Jesus, and the world begins to be released from all bondage. In Mark 15:39, you can see the beginning stages of freedom start to unfold through the centurion’s statement, who is standing nearest to the cross. The veil or sin lifts off his mind first and attaches to Jesus. Suddenly He sees God as He is. He then says, “Surely this was the Son of God!” Suddenly, man becomes aware of God again and is no longer separated from Him, while Jesus becomes non aware. Jesus becomes the nature of sinful man so that man can become the nature of God. You see, it was sin that slithered into the consciousnesses of man, that caused man to be separated from the awareness of God, but God has never separated from man. Man has separated from God. Believe in what Jesus did at the cross, and the illusion that sin brings upon your mind will lift and the awareness of God will begin in your life. You will start your process of being transformed into the very nature of God. I pray that you see Him as He is today!