I am a Divine Love Christian. That means I believe that I can actually physically feel God's Love as I ask for it, and that it is changing me daily, at a fundamental soul level, and that this is the "reborn of spirit" that the Bible promises.
What do Divine Love Christians's believe? Our practise is based on the information received directly from Jesus about 80 years ago via James Padgett. This revelation is all about Divine Love, what it is, how to receive it, and what it does for you. I now find that there is a great similarity between this revelation, and Hindu beliefs and practises. Which supports the reverence most Hindu masters have for Jesus' teachings.
As a Divine Love Christian, I accept that I am entirely responsible for all that I do. That I will have to compensate for any error I commit, and that Jesus may have shown me how to improve myself, but his death on the cross will not remove any of my sins. I also understand that the heaven that Jesus says we will not reach without his help and guidance, is not the one where folks go after death, but an eternal realm that lies beyond that, and which can only be reached when I have perfected myself. Which I am doing slowly by being reborn of spirit. But I do not believe in reincarnation. The process of perfection will be completed in the next realm, after death.
I am very happy to accept Friendship Requests, except that I have lately noticed that some folks are abusing this facility, enabling them to create a spam list of the addresses they gain. So, if you have an unbelievable number of "friends" I may be unfriendly if I have not exchanged with you enough posts to make us web-friends.