I was born and brought up an Anglican. I was very devout as a child. Much later I read a book about the spiritual life and I became born again. Not with water, but with deep inner spiritual experiences, which showed me a new way of looking at scriptures.
Love is the only Law. Love is God and humanity are His branches. Life is all about a Silence and Satisfaction inside man, which is a mystical being, made in the image of God. We are all prototypes of the divine. Our purpose is to know God.
The universe is full of laws which will teach us this, sometimes painfully. We are in isolation from God and are on our journey back home, so to speak. Prayer, meditation, selfless service ... will widen or deepen our inner vessel and make us receptive to the Higher Forces of Light. Much Love.
by Emile R 7 years ago
I've read so many comments on this forum by 'believers' that they possess supernatural abilities. Everything from getting advice from God on a car purchase, to personally performing miracles, to saying the name of God a certain number of ways a certain number of times to have your wishes...
by charlie 2 years ago
For Christians only; What is the difference in being religious and being Spiritual ?What is the difference and which is scripturally correct for a real Christ follower? Scripture references?
by annerivendell 5 years ago
Why is it so important to some that everyone must share their spiritual or religious belief?Or even their lack of belief? We cannot ALL be the only ones who know the truth about life,or God, or the bible yet so many people are convinced that they do know, and what's more, the rest of the world are...
by Nichol marie 2 years ago
If you do not go to church, but you believe in God, are you still considered religious?
by Darrell Roberts 6 years ago
Is the God of the Bible, the same as the God of the Koran, and Bhagavad-Gita.If there is one God, why so many different "scriptures". Why not just one book that tells the entire history of planet Earth and the entire cosmos?
by Eric Dierker 2 years ago
Can a normal human rightfully claim that their interpretation of the Bible is the only correct one?Can this notion of "I am right and you are wrong" really exist in a healthy Christian? I am beginning to think that it cannot. It is becoming a little obvious that those who proclaim their...
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