Christ and you walked up to Calvary as two separate persons. There we are put into Christ which is God’s doing (1 Cor. 1:30a). In resurrection we are centrifuged and pin-pointed into Christ as us. At this center there is Christ and I as ONE and made into a Seed to bring fruit unto God. This fruit only comes up abundantly when we get rid of the dualism into which the whole of Christianity is trapped. The whole dough is leavened. This is the situation in which we are at the end of this present dispensation. Don’t be surprised, the Lord foretold it (Matt. 13:33). But there is a remnant who sees there is no dualism and we are what He is. Therefore “He became to us …” (1 Cor. 1:30b). As long as we see that the spirit is perfect and the soul to be perfected, we still see dualism. It all comes down to a matter of consciousness. Centrifuged as Christ, where the diameter is zero, we are sowed in a weak body of flesh to see Christ manifested. Paul said, “… and the life I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God”. He did NOT say, “And the life I now live by faith is the perfecting of the flesh”. The flesh is the flesh. An Ethiopian cannot change his skin or the leopard his spots (Jer. 13:23). If so we would also be able to perfect the soul. Self-consciousness in every form shows dualism and the lie that our will still has to be centrifuged into His will. Blessed the believer in whom the inner-recognition of Christ has been awakened.