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Old 02-06-2012, 11:34 AM   #188
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Even more baffling is how he can claim God is monistic, when he can't even provide a clear, concise definition of God.

God is the monistic entity of fundamental consciousness. The revelation of God to an individual (which is what I think you are really getting at) is variable. It is different for each person who reads the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Thatís because each person has a different mission to do as Christ. So when you shout out to Christ, the echo you get back will sound different to you than the echo I get back. We each have our own thing to do in Christ.

The verse in my signatureÖoh, I forgotÖin this forum, I canít have a signature, or an avatar. Well, anyway, there is a verse in the Gospel of John that goes like this.

Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my Fatherís house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also.

These verses are not about heaven. They are about our purpose in Christ that we were uniquely designed to fulfill in our lifetime here on earth. The second coming of Christ is not in the cloudsóitís when you become Christ!


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He has already admitted to having made this religion up has he not?


Yeah, itís my invention. Of course, I believe God has given me the ideas. Over nearly twenty years, I have seen how God has moved in this way in my life, and I am sure that He is behind all of this. I donít know why. I donít know if itís just for me or if it is for others, too. I donít know if Iím simply going to preach it until I die, and then some time after, others will take hold of it, or if it will just fade away. But what else am I going to do? What else does one do with a life than move on what they believe they have been designed for.

It kind of makes sense that God would create a personality like mine if he wanted to start a new religion. I donít back down. Iím highly intelligent. I love to fight. I have a massive ego and need to feed it. Iíve had a lifelong two-way communication with God. Iíve studied every kind of religion there is. I have spiritual gifts that most people donít have. Iím a writer and a damn good publisher (at least technically. Of course, I canít sell a book worth a damn). Iím not encumbered by raising children. And Iíve been all over the world (including Scotland). With all that, I know how to care for people, and I honestly feel fulfilled in doing that line of work (being a nurse). In other words, Iím not some academic whoís always got my head down, and Iím not someone who left the Church and threw out God and Christ when I did. Thatís pretty rare.

And when I look at the events of my life from my earliest memories until today, I see a design that I did not intend. Now at my age, I can see enough of the design to tell where it is going.

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Even more baffling is how he can claim God is monistic, when he can't even provide a clear, concise definition of God.


God is the monistic entity of fundamental consciousness. The revelation of God to an individual (which is what I think you are really getting at) is variable. It is different for each person who reads the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Thatís because each person has a different mission to do as Christ. So when you shout out to Christ, the echo you get back will sound different to you than the echo I get back. We each have our own thing to do in Christ.

The verse in my signatureÖoh, I forgotÖin this forum, I canít have a signature, or an avatar. Well, anyway, there is a verse in the Gospel of John that goes like this.

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