The Great Conspiracy

Introductory passage

The interplay of Light and darkness is seen in the process of creation where the process of revelation to and filling up of Adam and Eve with the glory of the Creator is interrupted through sin entering the scene and the Divine is separated from the creation behind the veil. The Creator comes again as a restorer in His Son and in the power of the Holy Spirit is brought out from behind the veil to become Immanuel through “Word becoming flesh”. In Him the prophetic messages are fulfilled and the darkness again attempts to engulf the Light by using the same people- the Chief Priests and Jewish Elders, who were to identify the Light of the world to the world, worship Him in His glory and be restored to the original state of creation as it was in the Garden of Eden. The greed for money, prestige and power becomes so overwhelming that the worshipper priest turns into a conspirer with the devil, least realizing that the same Holy Spirit would use their conspiracy to fulfill the Divine mission of the Son. Phase one of the restorations is completed and the Restorer Immanuel comes on the day of Pentecost to live inside man to become his Sanctifier, Guide and Comforter. The interplay of Light and darkness is the story of the Messiah, the Savior being led to Calvary and crucifixion.

Support Our Work

Support Us

Please help!


Introductory passage (The Longest Night)

Much has been written about the birth and crucifixion of Jesus. This is the simple truth which liberates us - sinful beings, into righteous living and gives us abundant powers through the Holy Spirit to smoothly undertake the journey of this life. The coming and crucifixion of the Messiah has been put in simpler terms for those who are embarking on this journey of Christian living to fully comprehend the message of the Gospel. It is an attempt to answer questions for everybody about who and why of Jesus's coming.

• 2 Corinthians 9:7 - The Cheerful Giver• “Each one must give as he has decided in his heart, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.”