The most important idea for anyone to grasp clearly is the idea of our God, because this governs and controls all our thinking and motivation, whether we realize it or not. We should love the Lord…Read More
Started this discussion. Last reply by Sidian M.S. Jones Apr 2, 2012.
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Hello everyone, this seems to be the place to present questions and possibly new thoughts.
To most, the following will certainly be very new.
What I've heard and would like to repeat here is 'If you don’t believe you’ll believe anything. Even that evolution is our source.'
What happens to the human spirit can sometimes be illustrated with what happens to the human body. Malnutrician, for instance, can happen to the body but also to the spirit. In that state a body will eat “anything”, during the last war people have eaten things that killed them; it’s amazing what an of truth deprived mind will believe.
The believe system I subscribe to is based on what someone wrote about 250 years ago. Because of that we are often referred to as 'Swedenborgians'. Another one is 'New Church', or 'New Christianity'.
Many of us, however, would like to see what we have (and like to share) as the promised “Second Coming”.
This is just my effort to share, and help those that want to be helped.
If you have any ideas about what the Second Coming should be like, questions or concerns, please let me know. But you may know that the expectations about the First Advent were way off track. In fact the Jews are still waiting for a Messiah. Come to think of it, Christians are still waiting for the Second Coming..
I'll leave this link to my first website, welcome to your thoughts.
WHO IS JESUS?
Rev. Douglas Taylor
"[Jesus] saith unto them, But whom say ye that I am?" (Matthew 16:15).
The Lord addressed this question to the disciples two thousand years ago; but it is an ageless question. It is still relevant, and always will be. The answer we give to the question, "Who is Jesus?" has a profound effect upon our life in this world and to eternity. It is…Read More
Posted on March 8, 2012 at 12:31pm — 6 Comments
Over 250 years ago Swedenborg had much to say about the concept and what is involved with a Near Death Experience.
Has science ignored it, since it seems to be about the spirit, and is now looking because the high interest this is getting in today's world? One outcome seems to suggest that 'no brain activity' does not mean death, it means the 'receiver' is temporarily unavailable. It helps to see the mind as a separate level above, and influencing, the brain. To the point that…Read More
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