Yea, thanks Alina, just trying to make sense of this vast and complex revelation one day at a time . I really like this quote you posted, one thing that caught my eye was that it says "to a god-knowing believer", and " at least this is true of every human being who has dedicated the keeping of his soul to the indwelling spirit of the eternal god". I can look at those quotes and honestly say I am not "god-knowing". I am a god-believing human being, but I am not yet there. I know readers may think I am being to hard on myself, but I think its important to be honest in our own development. I think to often us readers read something and we say "oh yea that is me", when in reality we are just one of the majority of the world, wrestling with a animal origin self. I get the sense from readers that sometimes there is a tendency to take what they see in the u.b and automatically think that they are "there", and that this often gets in the way. Obviously with some readers, there has been a tendency to even attribute themselves as 3rd or 1st circlers after reading the u.b a few times. Which probably is the worst thing we could possibly do as readers.
But it is comforting to know that when I do become "god-knowing" that I will be so sure of my souls safety within the care of the mystery monitor that I will be able to conquer all my fears, even the fear of death . That is something I can look forward to in this life time and I do feel like I will be there one day .
Good Day to all!
I understand boom!
But remember something that says the same book, (I have no time to seek the quote) but said that when one is seeking God means that God has already found us! It's an incentive right?
I also understand when you refer to the swings or our small momentary doubts, I talked this issue,long with a priest friend of my family, I remember talking about the crisis of faith that they also passed, it is normal and oddly an excuse, it's not.It also helps our growth, because in that push and pull of our thoughts, if you really want God, then reborn, stronger and with more faith than before and a little wiser, safer. and a great joy to feel the progress.
To me this means that there is movement, (as the universe) that there are concerns in the mind to be filled, filled after spending a period, as if testing, yet serves to decant what we had wrong.
Obviously there are people who have no faith, that faith spoken of the UB, and still in a dogmatic belief, still reach its teachings dogmatize, (this is something that belongs to the old beliefs, not the religion of the spirit, not a religion of personal experience that Jesus wants for us) but although it is something that should not be done, everyone should do their way, but the static, we know that no longer reaches,intelecualizar with great erudition, less.
Dogmatizar, intellectualize what we learn in Revelation is wasteful and would not meet with it divine purpose.The experience is personal, for me the issue is moving, but really, and do not hesitate to leave out the ways, methods, old beliefs and accepted as soon possible to the teachings of the fifth Revelation, like children, with an open mind.
It is also true that just reading is not enough, everyone knows if Truth is progressing or if, as I said before self-deceiving, or not, when clouded by the lush erudition, and still in the same place with a different rhetoric.
Let me clarify, just in case, not everyone is like, I'm just counting the cases I see these situations inevitably eh?
Nor is it easy and remember that we are the pioneers.It is true that, in addition to either personal
revelations, or received as superior beings this case, save us ages and ages in our spiritual growth, but this provided there is in us a real mobilization internal, we literally back, shaking and all these
experiences have to be lived, not be put into words. If there are no movements in our minds and feelings, I think it's still missing something.
It's like everything changed around us, what mattered before does not matter, and what was important for me became so intrascente-
Well, boom there Nucho to say anyway, but right now I'm with little time to write.
New culture, new methods,new everything good, good while we had before, not everything is disposable! Without fanatizar nothing!
Regarding the quote, you have to get there, is the goal, the ideal, remember that most of what Jesus told his disciples actually said so himself (another quote to look, I know that is)
1096.4) 100:2.7 Jesus portrayed the profound surety of the God-knowing mortal when he said: “To a God-knowing kingdom believer, what does it matter if all things earthly crash?” Temporal securities are vulnerable, but spiritual sureties are impregnable. When the flood tides of human adversity, selfishness, cruelty, hate, malice, and jealousy beat about the mortal soul, you may rest in the assurance that there is one inner bastion, the citadel of the spirit, which is absolutely unassailable; at least this is true of every human being who has dedicated the keeping of his soul to
the indwelling spirit of the eternal God.
Sorry forum friends who wrote before me, but I have not yet read your messages!
This by now, my day is busy to a meeting. Love