Wayists believe that Jesus did not lie, that He did return to work in the Earth realm as the glorious spiritual being entitled (in Sanskrit literature) as Avalokiteshvara, in the years around c. 75AD.
Wayists understand the Lotus Sutra revealed the Lord’s coming at that time (c. 78AD) as the Son of our Father in Heaven (Skt. Sukhavati), who teaches universal liberation for all sentient beings. He also teaches that the Way to enlightenment is what some have come to term, the Bodhisattva Path. It involves walking one’s life in love, humility, simplicity and compassion.
While working in the East, for most of His life, the avatar Iesous / Jesus also taught the concepts behind the mantras Om Mani Padme Hum, and Gate Gate Paragate.
Jesus did not lie, He returned in 78AD as Savior of the World
Show the Lord some respect
I am not a Christian but it bothers me to hear the Church say that Jesus lied. Even non-Christians don’t agree, saying ‘Jesus did not lie’.
The Church says they are still awaiting the 2nd coming of Jesus, the Son of the Father in Heaven, to be the World Saviour. That means Jesus lied when, 2000 years ago, he said that he will return “within this generation” (40 years), shortly after the fall of Jerusalem (which happened in 70AD).
In the book Universal Gateway of Enlightenment: the 2nd coming of Jesus as Lord of the World in 78AD, author Jean du Plessis shows how, in ~75AD a new Sutra was revealed in Kashmir where Jesus had worked for many years. The Lotus Sutra tells the story in Sanskrit, addressing Hindus and Buddhists, of how our Father in Heaven send His Son to be the World Savior to help all sentient (feeling/thinking) beings to gain enlightenment and rebirth as spiritual beings. Buddhists, Hindus and Daoists all embrace the new spiritual awareness of the presence of the Lord.
Let the Church repent
Jesus did not lie. The Church is misleading Christians. But that is now about to come to an end. It takes tremendous courage (and sacrifice) for Christians to take a stand against the Church and 2,000 years of erroneous thinking. Nevertheless, Christians are coming forward to break the shackles of the lie and to step into the Grace of Christ’s parousia.