Tip of the Writing Brush 3

How should we live our lives? There is a broad path that is mentioned in our sacred book that allows us to live a joyous life. A path is usually a road that we follow to get to our destination. In this case the joyous life.

Though I desire to go forth quickly,

I cannot because there is no path. 2-13

This path I wish to open quickly,

there is no place else to open it. 2-14

This path if truly desire it to occur,

ponder over everything from your innermost heart. 2-15

What do you think this talk is about?

I am hastening for the places where God’s truth is conveyed. 2-16

Verse 2-13 states that God wants to help sweep away the evils (greed, arrogance, and self love) from our minds, but there is no path for us to follow.

Verse 2-14 states that God wants to open this path to a joyous life, but cannot open it now because we do not understand from our innermost hearts (know the origin).

Verse 2-15 states that we must understand from our innermost hearts for this path to appear. This means having true sincerity (knowing the origin why mankind was created)

Verse 2-16 states that for this path to open, there must be places (churches) where God’s truth is conveyed so people can understand from their innermost hearts.

In summary, God wants to help us sweep away the evils in our minds (arrogance, greed, and self love) so we can live a joyous life. God has given us a path to attain this joyous life.  But this path cannot open until one believes that mankind was created to live a joyous life. This is why God hastens for places that convey God’s truth.  When one truly believe that we were created to live a joyous life, this marvelous path will open, and God will begin to work (sweep away our evils).

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About heaventruth

A fundamentalist in the translation and interpretation of the Book of Prophecy (Ofudesaki), as it relates to the world today and in the future.
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