Writings of Tony and Theresa Messano






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Writings of Tony and Theresa Messano                                               




    If we want to find out how something is made, we must first unscrew the
plate cover and we will find all the gears and components that make up
everything and anything, that is, more specifically the spirit, soul and
body, or any illness that may effect it.  Remembering the scripture "for
every house is built by someone, but He who built all things is God."
We will recognize men are not capable of producing or manifesting anything
on their own merits.  We are not magicians taking rabbits out of hats or
pulling anything out of the thin air.  We know that all things come from God
and that He created the night and the darkness and they both are alike to
Him. (refer to Psalm 139:12, Gen. 1:5, Isaiah 45:7)  The plate cover just
mentioned is the veil of the flesh or the veil of human arrogance, as subtle
as it may be, blinding us from the truth that God is All in All.  In order
to come up out of any bondage, illness or delusion, is to recognize the
Father of creation in the midst of it or acknowledge that God is the source
of it all.  1Cor. 8:6  "Yet for us there is one God, the Father of whom are
all things, and we for Him; and one Lord Jesus Christ, through whom are all
things, and through whom we live."   Isaiah 45:7  "I form the light and
create darkness, I make peace and create calamity; I the Lord do all these
things."  Remember that all things were created for His purpose or in other
words His glory.  When we fail to recognize Him in the midst we then
gravitate out further and further to the extreme edges of darkness or
gnashing of teeth, creating a larger and larger gap/void between the
darkness and the light.  As we move closer to the midst of knowing that God
is all in all or when we acknowledge God in all our ways, we surrender the
duality idea of believing that anything is outside the reach of the Father
and to also sacrifice the belief that we ourselves created anything without
the Father's assistance.  The duality then begins to diminish and the
darkness and the light become alike to Us and we enter into the high realm
of Oneness.  This is how the Father can take what appears to be separation
between himself and Adam/creation and turn it into reconciliation.


    Separation came from the mind of the Father because men, angels, spirits
or animals of any kind cannot create anything completely on their own
merits.  Separation in it's highest form has always been oneness!  When we
take the plate cover off of separation, we find out how it works.  Gen. 3:22
Then the Lord God said, "Behold, the man has become like one of Us."  But
duality and separation cause a type of amnesia or mistaken identity.  We
find unbelief working there telling "Man" that he is not one with the
Father.  We find a great void between Man and his Maker.  This is what Moses
discovered when he drew near the darkness of God (Exodus 20:21) That
darkness was in his own being as well as in the world, but indeed God gave
Moses the treasures of darkness (Isaiah 45:3) as so He did with Jesus in an
even higher realm when Jesus cried out, "Father, Father, why have you
forsaken Me."  This darkness that Jesus experienced was even greater because
it took in the entire curse given to humanity.  This darkness touched the
lowest and most desolate points of the abyss.  It is said in the scriptures
"Who will deliver me from this body of death?  Thank God for Christ Jesus."
But a lack of faith in the One or the finished work recognizes no
reconciliation, no joining of the duality.  Romans 10:6-8 But the
righteousness of faith speaks in this way,  "Do not say in your heart, 'who
will ascend into heaven?' "  (That is, to bring Christ down from above) or,
" 'who will descend into the abyss?' " (that is, to bring Christ up from the
dead).  But what does it say?  "The word is near you, in your mouth and in
your heart" (that is, the word of faith that we preach).  God has done all
these things from the beginning because He has always been All in All.  He
is the knowledge of good and evil.  There is only one authority, one power
and only one God.  So as we leave the realm of duality, and by removing the
plate cover or veil off the works of men, we will find the Father and that
He has never been separate from His creation.  Creation has been allowed to
believe that we have been separate from Him who subjected it.  Rom. 8:20
For the creation was subjected to futility not willingly, but because of Him
who subjected it in hope;  21 because the creation itself also will be
delivered from the bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty of the
children of God.  Why?  Why was the creation subjected to futility?  The
answer is to give us the experience of being a "creator" of our own;
independently performing works apart from the source.  This is what the
parable of the "prodigal son" actually depicts.


After squandering his father's inheritance, the prodigal son finds himself
dining with the pigs in the outer darkness and separation, until he is
allowed to wake up and realize that he could return to his father's house.
It's then that he passes through the darkness and finds a great light
shining within himself that he has never seen or understood before.  He is
delighted to know that he has never been separated from his father and that
he is still a son to the Master of the house. Now the command is given,
"kill the fatted calf!"  This calf is you and I in our not awakened and
sleeping state, fattened by the tree of the knowledge of good and evil
obtained through our journey.  But this rejoicing and celebrating drove the
prodigal son's brother, the one that has not experience separation from his
father, to jealousy. This is what the law, Ten Commandments is designed to
do. As the brother of the prodigal son said,  "You have never thrown a party
of this measure for me!"  And what was the father's response, he said,
"You're always with me, everything I have is already yours.  We don't come
into a true appreciation of this unless we have been separated by
experiencing the light and the darkness.  Gen. 3:22  "Behold, man has become
like One of Us and now unless he eat from the tree of life  (or the One) he
will live forever!"  The tree of the knowledge of good and evil and the tree
of Life are found in the midst of your garden.  To first eat of it's fruit
you are on the way out, but directly after your fatted calf has been killed,
you are on your way back to partake of the Oneness "the tree of life" both
trees become One just as everything else does when we recognize it's
origins! Once the plate cover is removed we can sit at His table and dine
with Him!

  yours truly,
Anthony Messano


"I Am all in all," "I go before all things"...

To become like God you must first eat from the serpent's tree. To have
eternal life man must eat from the tree of Jesus Christ (LIFE). The
definition of Sabachthani is stated in the metaphysical bible dictionary by
Charles Fillmore:

Sabachthani (Gk. fr. Cheld.) - thou has forsaken me; thou hast left me; (to
what) hast thou surrendered me? (Why) hast thou forsaken me?

How does the Father take abandonment and separation and turn it into a
oneness and a completeness? This is done because it has always been Oneness
and completeness in it's highest form. And by understanding this you will
also come to understand that your destiny has been fulfilled. You pass
through the veil of separation that has allowed the delusion to take place.
You die with the serpent on the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. You
have created a personal experience within the Father, in truth the Father
has allowed us to have this experience which He has designed for Us. But we
live it, only knowing in part (just as Paul said) .We believe that we are
designing this experience for ourselves.(refer to psalm 139:15),and

You have become like Him, in that, you experience being a creator in what
appears to be separate from He who created you. You were allowed to believe
that what you created came solely from yourself. It almost seems like we've
become a god unto our own self, a law unto our selves, unto our own being,
this is ant-christ, and for a time it seems that everything we have made and
created came out of another god separate from the One God. But when we truly
acknowledge God as God we see all of these delusions quickly fade away. Heb.
3:4 For every house is built by someone, but He who built all things is God.
We cannot even create a sickness without being connected to the Father at
some lower level. Also when we come to understand that there is no such
thing as disobedience we will come into a divine relationship with the
Father (to the pure all things are pure). Adam and Eve could do nothing that
the Father has not allowed them to do. But without this understanding guilt
and shame come forth. Even guilt and shame could not be created unless the
Father goes before it and is in the midst of it. ( I go before all things )
When we can see and realize that Father is in the midst of these things we
are then finding the way back home, the way back to oneness. All that fear
and hatred did was cause division and drought. All that disobedience and
neglecting to believe that we were sons of God did was to cause a greater
division. But in the highest form of that division is a oneness because all
things come from God. When we come up and see the truth within the statement
"I come not to destroy, but to fulfill" we will enter into fulfillment.

In the word Sabachthani, we find the root idea of loosening setting free;
letting alone and forsaking our secondary developments. The real root idea
of the word expresses the cutting loose of bondage, or freeing from slavery.

Angels,(fr. gr. meaning messengers), have no understanding within their
beings of the knowledge of good and evil. They cannot completely identify
with the Creator in this aspect. Neither do they have an understanding of
creating, destroying, free will or disobedience. Angels are what they have
been made to be. What has caused us to become higher than the angels is from
the eating of the tree of duality. In one respect God has upgraded or
rewarded us for being disobedient. Truly, in the highest respect, there is
no disobedience in living, dying and being reborn, these experiences reveal
more of the deeper natures of the eternal Father. We identify with Him,
through Christ, to a much greater measure than an angel or a servant to the law of Moses.


God has, in the first day created the light and the darkness. He created the
appearance of disobedience, abandonment, fear, etc. etc... and knows all of
these actions. Through you and I, He has become the separation and at the
same moment the FULFILLMENT and ONENESS of it. "I go before all things", "I
Am in all things", for every house is built by someone, but He who built all
things is God." Peter says, in Acts. 10:28 "God has shown me that I should
not call any man common or unclean." Peter is not judging by outward
appearance. Peter has joined the elect in that, "To the pure all things are
pure." When we see the knowledge of good and evil (crucified or fulfilled or
finished in Us) we can then recognize God the Father in ALL things.
We can then be awakened to the truth that we have been set free from any and
all bondage's of the flesh. This is the reason Jesus canceled and blotted
out wiped away the hand writing of requirements and ordinances that was
against us nailing them to His cross.


Does God know all things? Did Jesus become a curse so that we no longer
would be cursed? Did Jesus not say, "If you have seen me, you've seen the
Father?" Jesus also said that He and the Father are One. King David said,
"If I ascend into heaven, you are there; if I make my bed in hell, behold
you are there.(Pslam 139:8) God experiences everything through His creation
and the only difference between God and man is that God knows that He is in
it. Col. 1:20-22 And by Him to reconcile all things to Himself, by Him,
whether things on earth or things in heaven, having made peace through the
blood of His cross. And you, who once were alienated and enemies in your
mind by wicked works, yet now He has reconciled in the body of His flesh
through death, to present you Holy, and blameless, and above reproach in His
sight. What do you think you are doing as the Children of God? We are
expanding the image of God through the darkness, through the light, and as
we find our way home through this veil of darkness, that Christ, that
Father, that Eternal One is glorified through our trials and tribulations,
through our ignorance, through our awareness, through our sleeping and
awakening. He becomes glorified because He reconciles all back to Himself.
That is, all the glorification, all the true identification, all of the
praise of understanding the truth is credited to the One!

Yours truly,




Living in the Now


You know I had a profound thought the other day while I was waiting 45min at
a pharmacy getting my daughter's prescription filled. I was starting to get
impatient after about 10min and began to really become irritated, when all
of a sudden it was like this veil was removed and I saw how I was not living
in the NOW. I saw that rather than just BEING and enjoying myself and where
I was at that moment, I was focused on the future and all the things I
wanted to get done and the places I had to go etc.... Where was the joy of
just BEING? There couldn't be because my focus was on all the things I
wanted to be doing. But even when I'm doing those things, I'm still thinking
about all the other stuff I need to do, and it becomes and endless cycle or
a bottomless pit, so there is no real place of contentment.

If you remember the scene at Calvary, it was Christ in the middle
representing the Present or The Now or Complete Fulfillment, then on the
left you have one thief, representing the past and on the right of Christ
you have another thief, representing the future. These two thief's are where
most of us live, in the past or for the future, but when do we really live
in the present moment (IN CHRIST) where the scriptures says there is
FULLNESS of JOY? Wow, it hit me like a brick. So while I was standing there
at the pharmacy I began to let go of the thoughts and began to focus on the
NOW. I entered into a place of such peace, joy and fulfillment. It was
Marvelous!!! That's where the father wants us to live "IN THE NOW" or "IN
CHRIST" acknowledging HIM and where HE has us at that moment. That's true

Blessings, Theresa