Christ in us is a dream (“hope” in most Bible translations) of glory (Col. 1:27). Christ lives in us as “something” and this something, it is nothing but a dream of glory. So the meaning of life in achieving glory, that is, hype on the heavenly Internet. Heavenly Internet is called Christ. Christ is the light of the world (John 8:12; 9:5; 12:46), that is, the electromagnetic radiation of the universe. Thus, all the electromagnetic radiation of the universe is a carrier of information, the cosmic Internet. But the glory of God is almost the same as Christ. Christ is mathematics: (John 1:1-3) “1 In the beginning was mathematics, and mathematics was with God, and mathematics was God. 2 It was in the beginning with God. 3 All through it began to be, and without it nothing began to be, that began to be.” That is, we are talking about the dream of mathematics, the dream of studying and realizing it. Christ is the most important thing in us, which means that this is the main purpose of life. We will endlessly travel like electromagnetic waves on the Internet space, looking for hype, that is tough mathematics.

So, the most important thing in us is the dream of fame.

(Rom. 8:24-25) “24 For we are saved in hope. Hope, when he sees, is not hope; for if anyone sees, then what shall he hope for? 25 But when we hope for that which we do not see, then we wait in patience.”

“We are saved in hope” means that our salvation consists of a dream just as a table can consist of wood. That is, our dreams will go to heaven. But I’m not about this now. When a person with a dream of glory already sees glory, this is no longer a dream, and therefore it is not Christ in us. Christ in us is only a dream of glory that is not yet visible.

So, our task is to give an opportunity to become famous, to those who dream but still do not see an opportunity to become famous.

For example, I have (among other things) the following three topics for PR (really cool news, by the way) for which I collect money:

But I have no money at the moment to make these press releases.

I write about this well I understand that most of you do not care before Christ in me or in someone else. But you should care, you have to fulfill the dream of glory.

A biblical prophecy says that I have the right for 1% of your income (or 10% if you receive tithes).

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