The Universe is the Body of God/ revised

In the Tip of the Writing Brush (Ofudesaki) is the following verse:

The whole universe is the body of the God. 15-37

Imagine each individual and every matter on earth as part of God’s body.  Each individual represents a cell in God’s body.  The health of each cell is dependent on each individual mind. Evil thoughts and actions bring forth cells that are unhealthy, and good thoughts and actions represent cells that are healthy (the law of cause and effect).  Like the unhealthy cells that secrete toxin in the human body, the evil minds in the world releases negative energy in God’s body. Some of this energy may be transferred by God to other elements in the universe like the moon and sun. The moon and the sun affect the climate and geology causing natural disasters like hurricaines and earthquakes in the body of God (Universe). Other parts of the negative energy may be redirected back to the individual causing suffering and misfortune (cause and effect).The body of God (Universe) is not healthy at this stage. God is not spirited.

As in the human body, all the cells must be healthy for the body to function properly. Each organ is dependent on the others for the health of the body. It is the same with the body of God (Universe). For the Body of God to be healthy, all mankind must be purified and void of evil (greed, arrogance, and self love). When this occurs, the world will be spirited, and God will become whole and spirited. God created mankind to live this joyous world with everyone helping each other.

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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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