Tip of the Writing Brush 12

With the current affairs of the world, the affairs of the country, and the happenings locally, what are God’s thoughts? The following verses are from our sacred book written in the nineteen century.

To God , everyone is my child whoever you may be

Though I have been watching over you with nothing but love. 12-88

And though  each of you throughout the world

has been pondering until now, 12-89

To my sorrow, no matter how deeply you have pondered,

you have no mind to save others. 12-90

From now God request everyone in the world,

to replace your mind firmly. 12-91

To explain what kind of mind it is to be,

it is none other than to save the world single-heartedly. 12-92

Hereafter, if all of you throughout the world

save one another in every matter. 12-93

Know that God will accept that mind

and provide any salvation whatever. 12-94

God created human beings so we can live a joyous life. Verse 12-88 to 12-90 reflects the sorrow in God on seeing the selfishness in the hearts of mankind.

Verse 12-92 to 12-93 tells us that it is an unselfish mind (without greed, arrogance, and self love) that we need to have.

In summary, there is still much change in hearts of mankind that needs to take place  for the joyous life to be realized.  The plight of the world has not much changed since the nineteen century since the original verses were written. What can we do? We need to convey to the world that all mankind was created by God  to live a joyous life.  When mankind truly believe this from his or her innermost hearts, greed, arrogance, hate, anger, and self love will disappear. When these evils disappear, there will be only joy!  Joy in our hearts, and joy finally in God’s heart.

“Evil  (greed, arrogance, & self love) sweeping, save us please, Universal Saving God”

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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