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Re: hello rayww

Posted by rayww on April 27, 2004, at 16:44:06

In reply to hello rayww, posted by Jai Narayan on April 25, 2004, at 21:28:31

Your last statement can be read two ways.
1st Response:
Although I believe we can learn something from each person we meet, my search for truth is going well within the framework of my religion, thank-you. I do appreciate your offer, but I am 100% confident and have complete trust in my truth and leaders. God is alive and well. He cannot lie, and His voice can be heard and recognized.
2nd Response:
Same as the 1st, only change the first "my" to "your" (just kidding, just kidding, just kidding) It's OK Bob, read on.......

My truth about God differs from the Christian truth, even though I consider myself a Christian. God created this world, and owns it. After the fall of Adam it was He who communed with the prophets on the earth. And then He came to earth to gain a mortal body, "and" atone for the sins of mankind "and" redeem us from the fall. In a way incomprehendable to us he was born of an immortal father and a mortal mother, a divine miracle of God the Father. Then, God chose to die (willingly give up His own life), and three days later He was resurrected. He now resides with his Father, two separate resurrected imortalized glorious beings. They are not a mass of nothingness so large they fill the universe, yet so small they can dwell in our hearts. That is the light of Christ. Some religions only go so far as to believe in the "Light of Christ" and deny the Father and the Son and the Holy Ghost as being three separate beings, two of body, and one of spirit.

If you are, as you say open to "my" search for truth, the first thing to do is find out for yourself who God really is.

If you are opening yourself to my search, then how would you answer the question I asked about "your" higher power? I have explained mine.

> > Is there any two-way communication between you and your higher power in your religion, or is it just communication with your inner self?
> ***such an interesting question.
> My dialogue with my divine is too sacred to chat about. It's very personal.
> Nice quesiton though.
> I am open to your search for truth.




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