Man created mankind to…….

Do you ever wonder why God created mankind? Was it to have authority over his creation, to have his creation praise and worship him? Maybe God was lonely and wanted to have companionship, or neighbors to share the wealth of nature he had created? Was man created out of God’s image?  If that is the case, does God have all of man’s traits, good and bad? Is God capable of making mistakes like man? In the Tip of the Writing Brush is the verse:

The reason God began human beings     

was the desire to see you lead a joyous life.  14-25

If the minds of the world are spirited in all matters,

the mind of God, also will be spirited. 4-20

Recapitulating the above verses. God created mankind to be spirited or happy. But greed, arrogance, and self love have clouded man’s mind making God sad and regretful.

You human beings must all love your children.

From this, please think of the regret of God. 13-27

God’s relationship with mankind is like a relationship between parent and child.

To God, everyone is my child whoever you may be.

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

For all of you children in the world,

there is only love in the thoughts of God. 17-49

Even the people that we think are the lowest dregs in society, God loves. Consider the emotions and thoughts of the mothers of the killers, and rapist in this world; they still love their children, remembering the innocence of their youth. It is with this compassion that God has regret, but wants to save all his children.

Think of humans admonishing your children,

the anger comes from love. 5-23

It is with this anger and regret that God will start to sweep evil (greed, arrogance, and self love) from  the hearts of all mankind. When this happens, God will be spirited watching the joyous world. Watch for God’s guidance!


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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