The Two sides of the River


The world is a garden and there is only one tree in the middle of the garden: the tree of life.
On either side of the river, was there the tree of life, which bare twelve manner of fruits, and yielding her fruit every month. (Revelation 22:2) "KJV"
"Was" implies singular.

Was there the tree of life: only one tree: the tree of life.

"On either side" implies that there are two sides to the tree.

On either side of the river, was there the tree of life: the tree of life is on the two sides of the river

Question: How could one tree be located on the two sides of a river?
Answer: there is only one tree: the river

The river is Holy Wisdom (the Wisdom of God) and there are two groups of people drinking from it. The two groups are:

  1. Christians
  2. Muslims
Christians are on one side of the river drinking the water of life; Muslims are on the other side of the river drinking the same water of life.

Jesus, while on the Christian side of the river, crossed over to the other side of the river.
On the same day, when evening had come, He said to them, "Let us cross over to the other side" (Mark 4:35) "NKJV"
The other side of the river: the Muslim side of the river

While Jesus was teaching the Christians on one side, he was crossing to the other side to teach the Muslims as well.

On the Christian side of the river, Jesus was the Son of God, on the Muslim side of the river, he was Isa (abbreviation for Isaac). As Jesus is the Son of God so Isaac is the Son of Abraham. Both Christians and Muslims understood that the preacher was the Son of the Father.

Jesus was 100% man (flesh or body) and 100% God (Spirit). The Christians Christians called Jesus God because their eyes were opened to see the invisible Spirit residing inside the physical man. They understood that God was dwelling inside the man and was speaking directly to them.

Muslims, on the other hand, did not see the Spirit; they saw only the physical flesh. Therefore they concluded that the man couldn't be God, but a messenger from God.

Muslims, who understood Jesus from a human perspective, wore the human nature of Jesus; Christians, who understood him from spiritual perspective, wore the spiritual nature of Jesus. Both Muslims and Christians were two creations of God. Muslims were the first creation; Christians were the second creations.

Muslims = Human Being (living being)
               = the First Adam

Christians = Spirits (God)
                 = the Second Adam (the last Adam)

"The first man Adam became a living being"; the last Adam, a life-giving spirit.            (1 Corinthians 15:45) "NIV"
The first man Adam: Muslims
The last Adam: Christians

Jesus is Holy Wisdom flowing in the middle of the garden; he is the mirror placed between the Muslims and the Christians. When Muslims stand in front of the mirror, the images they see are the Christians. And when Christians stand in front of the mirror, the images they see are the Muslims.

Object 1 = Muslims
Image 1 = Christians

Object 2 = Christians
Image 2 = Muslims

Since Object 1 is equal to Image 2 and Object 2 is equal to Image 1, there is only one object and one image. The object and its image are one person and his shadow.The one person is Jesus. Jesus (Holy Wisdom) is the river, and Muslims and Christians are the two sides of the river.

In the past, the image on the mirror was so blurred that Christians couldn't see themselves on the faces of the Muslims; neither could Muslims see themselves on the faces of the Christians.
What we see now is like a dim image in a mirror; then we shall see face-to-face.             (1 Corinthians 13:12) "GNT"
What we see now is like a dim image in a mirror: the knowledge of God in Christianity was blurred

They couldn't see clearly because Muslims had a partial knowledge of God and Christians had a partial knowledge of God. The fullness of God is the sum of Islam and Christianity. Islam must be reconciled to Christianity before Muslims and Christians could see clearly.
What I know now is only partial; then it will be complete - as complete as God's knowledge of me. (1 Corinthians 13:12) "GNT" 

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