From Seed of God, to Tree of God

The following has not been taught by modern denominational church doctrines, but have been proven to be true by the founders of the Zane kai Keturah International Institute of Pneumatology, as well as the ZKI Authors and Master Coaches of Pneumatology.

The Body of Christ to date, in the year 2020, is increasingly becoming aware more than ever before in the history of what the world has been familiarized with as “Christianity”, that Christ is in fact, IN THEM, just as the Apostle Paul first ventured outside of the circle of the circumcised Jews, to reveal to the Uncircumcised.

Unfortunately, in this growth process, the typical western “Christian” is faced with the task of firstly, coming to the uncomfortable realizations that

  1. The narrative that has been inherited in the western world about Christ Jesus and about the Scriptures, is realistically independent of the context of the Scriptures and who Jesus is.

  2. The fundament of the western system of thought is not the same of the Scriptures, nor Christ Jesus. The abstract Greco-Roman perspective dominates the western perspective, while the Scriptures, as well as Jesus are Jewish and therefore foundationally stands on a concrete system of thought. (Subjects that we may elaborate on in future publications).

Within the context of the Scriptures, it must be understood that Christ Jesus assumed the Covenantal identities of more than one Divine Covenant in the Scriptures, one of which is the commonly misconstrued Old Covenant or Mosaic Covenant, i.e. the Covenant between the LORD and Israel. It is in this covenant that Christ Jesus assumed the covenantal identity of Israel, and it is in the story of Israel as he Himself relived it in prophetic fulfillment, that we find the 5 stages of Spiritual Growth in, and as a multiplication of Christ Jesus Himself.

This is confirmed by the Disciple Matthew in his account, as he quotes the prophet Hosea regarding Jesus. This reads:

Matthew 2:14-15 Amplified Bible (AMP)

14 So Joseph got up and took the Child and His mother while it was still night, and left for Egypt. 15 He remained there until the death of Herod. This was to fulfill what the Lord had spoken by the prophet [Hosea]: “Out of Egypt I called My Son.”

The quotation, “Out of Egypt I called My Son” is in fact taken from Hosea 11:1, which reads:

“When Israel was a child [a young nation], I loved him, And I called My son out of Egypt.”

It is in this verse we see the beginnings of Jesus reliving the story of Israel, as he was taken to Israel, and then called out of Egypt.

In the story of the Torah, after Israel as a nation was was called out of Egypt, they then proceeded to:

  • Walk through the Red Sea

  • Receive the teaching of the Law at Mt Sinai

  • Wandered in the Wilderness of Paran

  • Ventured into the plains of Moab

  • And, finally inherited the Promise Land, Canaan

The events of Israel’s journey is also carefully demonstrated by Matthew’s account of Life with Jesus. He demonstrated how Jesus, in the covenantal identity of Israel, not only mirrored being called out of Egypt, as the nation of Israel was under the leadership of Moses, but he was the baptized in the river Jordan (mirroring Israel’s walk through the Red Sea, which according to the Apostle Paul in 1 Corinthians 10 was their baptism into Moses), spent 40 days in the wilderness of Paran (mirroring Israel’s 40 years in the wilderness), taught the ‘sermon on the mount, (mirroring the reception of the Law on Mt. Sinai), walked in power as the first born Son of God, (mirroring Israel’s progression into, and being known as blessed in Moab), and then inherited the Kingdom of God, seated at the Right Hand of the Father (mirroring Israel’s entrance into the Promised Land).

When one is born again and has taken on the personal identity of Christ Jesus, they are also taking on the identity of the the very same Christ that has fulfilled the Covenantal identity of Israel, and is therefore also experiencing the stages of growth that are reflected in Israel’s journey, from their departure from Egypt, to their arrival at the Promised Land. This is confirmed by the Apostle Paul in both his explanation and admonition in his first letter to the Corinthians, chapter 10, where he admonishes the Saints in Corinth to avoid the mistakes of Israel in their journey, in their personal growth in Christ. Even the Apostle James alludes to the same in his letter, chapter 1, as he refers to the same testing of faith in the life of the Believer, according to lessons learnt in the testing of Israel’s faith in the wilderness of Paran. The Apostle Peter did the same in his second letter, chapter 1. (These are just a few references out of many).

It is from these patterns in Scripture, as well as the New Testament’s authors' consistent correlation of the stages of growth in Life in Christ to Israel’s journey from Egypt to Canaan that the 5 stages of Growth in God are revealed.

Over the last 2 to 3 years, we have put this system to the test experimentally and have seen remarkable progress, by simply identifying what these stages are, where we were personally in the spectrum of the 5 stages, and what the objective of each stage is. By conscientiously committing to meeting the objectives of the respective stages, we were not only able to exponentially and systematically increase the speed of our spiritual growth and experience God, and the realities of the City of God in paranormal proportions, in the same context of the Priests of God, but it also provided the knowledge necessary to take responsibility for our walk in Christ, as well as diagnose where there may be irresponsibility and eliminate it.

It is by the experiential knowledge of this that we are now, for the very first time, about to release this information publicly for the benefit of all. We are also seriously considering a 3-4 month intensive Group Coaching Program for those who would like to take responsibility over their walk in Christ and begin to manifest the Kingdom of God in increasing proportions, as well as be able to teach and train others from their own experiential knowledge through these 5 stages.


Stay tuned for Part 2, where we will divulge into the elaboration of the 5 stages and the respective objectives of these stages. We guarantee you that this will not only surprise you as it is not usually taught as far as we know, but it will revolutionize your perspective and reveal how mechanical and pragmatic life in Christ really is.

Blessings and much love to the reader.

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