I am a seeker of Truth. Spiritual transformation is my credo. I am part of the fast-growing community of spiritual seekers, restless and intent on re-membering our divine birthright—living by power, not force! I feel that there is a dramatic paradigm change occurring in the world today and it seems to be picking up momentum. At first glance it may seem like the world is falling apart and there is no hope. But could this simply be a universe seeking natural balance and it’s divine equilibrium? I think so. If our lives seem to be falling apart then its time to eliminate what hasn’t been working for us--embracing Divine changes without fear. It’s an exciting time to be here.
For if ye believe not that I AM, ye shall die in your sins.—John 8:24.“All things were made by him; and without him was not anything made that was made.” This is a hard saying for those trained in orthodox Christianity to accept, but there it stands. All things, good, bad and indifferent, were made by God. “God made man (manifestation) in his own image; in the likeness of God made he him.”
Apparently adding to this confusion it is stated, “And God saw that his creation was good.” What are you going to do about this seeming anomaly? How is man going to correlate all things as good when that which he is taught denies this fact? Either the understanding of God is erroneous or else there is something radically wrong with man’s teaching.
“To the pure all things are pure.” This is another puzzling statement. All the good people, the pure people, the holy people, are the greatest prohibitionists. Couple the foregoing statement with this one, “There is no condemnation in Christ Jesus.” And you get an impassable barrier to the self-appointed judges of the world. Such statements mean nothing to the self-righteous judges blindly changing and destroying shadows. They continue in the firm belief that they are improving the world. Man, not knowing that his world is his individual consciousness out-pictured, vainly strives to conform to the opinion of others rather than to conform to the one and only opinion existent, namely, his own judgment of himself. ~Neville Goddard