God’s Guidance

The following is a verse from the Tip of the Writing Brush:

Day by day, disorders will come to your bodies.

Ponder over it! God is informing you of your mistaken minds. 4-42

What does this mean? The law of  “Cause and effect” states that evil thoughts and actions result in suffering for the individual in the future (karma).  But usually the effect is not seen immediately. The individual has no knowledge of the relationship between our thoughts and what will occur in the future.

The verse states that God is or will start to shorten the time lapse between our thoughts and their effects. The cause of our sufferings will be immediately recognized. This will make the individual realize the relationship between these two occurrences

What significance will this event have on everyone? There will be less crimes. Some will stop their evil actions because of fear; while others will realize God’s purpose for a joyous life, and eliminate greed  by free will.

When a relationship is realized between arrogance and future sufferings, there will be less anger, hate, and violence in this world. Again, some people will stop their evils out of fear, and others will do it out of free will and understand God’s heart.

In summary, when illness or disorders appears on  your body. God is not punishing you. God may be trying to guide you!

Heaven’s Truth Church/Tenrikyo Church

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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