Since I started this blog 3 years ago my understanding and relationship has deepened to the point where the concept of punishment at the hands of God is not even in the equation. He may discipline for our good but even then it is both in His love and a necessity and will always be a source of gratitude once the lesson is learned. God did not punish Jesus at the crucifixion. Jesus took our human identity, which for man is a mistaken one, and died AS us. Then he rose as the representative of a new man, a heavenly man inviting us, now that the lie of religion had been exposed in his death, to partake of the unity we ALL had with him, in God, from before the foundation of the world. Flesh and blood cannot inherit the Kingdom of God. …. but that was the lie, we forgot we were spirit beings from before time began, and we still are!
Hi.I’ve been very busy in my new appointment so have neglected blogworld. Apologies. Finding that I have a new follower has spurred me into action even though I don’t feel any inspiration for it. Suffice it to say that life goes on and it’s an I’ll wind that blows nobody any good….get my drift? I’ll simply subject you to a recommendation of my place of work where you will find more inspiration than I could hope to offer.
Some truth does take a good deal of perseverance to make it our experience. Don’t give up. Explore what is happening in your thinking and whether it corresponds to the truth you already know. The world is full of teachers, some good some bad but don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater. Be humble. Be teachable and when you just know it’s the truth, follow at any cost. Likewise when you see a need for correction in your persuasions……Bite the bullet.
I haven’t blogged for so long I forgot I had one. I have (between craft endeavours) been pursuing my oneness with God through Christ, and it’s been a stretch which is now bearing fruit. As wise man say “The best fruit is always out on a limb”.