The Truth about Faith

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The rational mind does not favor to contain the emotion of Faith. Faith in its own terms though defined in Hebrews 11.1 as an integral part of our system of emotions, does not quite occupy prominence as a matter of choice. The mind is all set thinking of the “what if” even before the thought is put into action. Faith does not scale up as an option due to mixed results, some good some bad, and some, simply take a very long time. The reality, therefore, is that these results are directly proportional to the amount of faith that one is able to hold up to during a particular situation.

“Faith a size of a mustard seed can move mountains”, we heard of that one before many times. A powerful statement, according to the scriptures, but does it really work anymore? Are we obsessed into moving mountains?

No, not really, at least that is not our primary job. If faith can manifest money and bring in abundance “Yes”, we can consider trying it. We have nothing to lose except to get back to staying poor. The answer is “Yes”, but the ground rules are not the way how we would want to play.

The simple system of universal reality is difficult for most of us and appears complex to comprehend. While there is the truth, in being able to manifest abundance, sadly the way of God is not the way we would like to listen.

This is almost a no faith situation, though most of us think we have some, it does not quite qualify. The colossal lack of faith in our generation has been the result of an erred thought.

This thought bred a belief system into what we say as the progeny of a damned race of Adam, doomed to perjury because of the primary sin. Some go on to say that Eve fornicated with Samael the serpent as well, and we could be the offspring of that union. In normal Christian terms, it is that Adam was banished and so are all those who are born out of him. Unless of course redeemed and absolved of it by performing sacrifices.

More than half of the world thinks that their faith is superior to others and more than half feel that they are born sinners, doomed on this planet. 

The Church has institutionalized Guilt as a Virtue

-Alan Watts-

This guilt based Faith is what we suffer from currently.  This glorified guilt, forced submissiveness, inadequacy, and drudgery of the soul and spirit. It is the fear that you will suffer more if you do not fear God. The Father did not create us to watch us sin and have fun at some lowly beings gone bad, rummaging in rubbish. He does not want to punish us for our mistakes, the same way as we do not persecute and judge our children for their mistakes. Jesus explained this in the parable “of the lost son”.

The first thing that we should do is to employ ourselves to unlearn the fact that we are born sinners. We are the children of Light just as intended by God in all likeness to him. The spirit deep down in us is divine and is a part of God.

The spirit deep down in us is divine and is a part of God

Just as Adam, Jesus, and list of other prophets.  The built in free will that is devoid of guilt would encompass us to believe in the protection and provision of God only if we know that we are of this kinship.

This spirit begotten of the Father is all pure and cannot be made impure by sin, but of the erred thought. The thought that you are evil and born sinners. We have to declassify this thought with the original thought so pristine into the inheritance through his son-ship. The Holy Spirit within us is designed to take control and administer action the way that you want it to be, according to the grace. The way of the will, or to perform  Dharma yoga. I spoke about this in my blog “Dictating Your Circumstance”.

Upanishads and Bhaghwat Gita explain the self as “Atman” and the God as “Paratman” the Supreme Being. The “Atman” begotten of the “Paratman”, the “ALL” that is. This identification is a simple truth to the faith, we don’t have a boss but an ever loving father ready to help, cajole, encourage, give, forgive, protect and unlock the abundance that he created alongside us.

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