Causality as God’s Guidance

 

The following are two verses from the Tip of the Writing Brush concerning causality.

Until now, no matter what path you may have been on,

I kept still because the day had not yet come. 6-24

There can be no help for what you have done self-centeredly.    

I can only look on caringly.16-32

God is helpless to change the consequences of our past behaviors. We reap what we sow. The law of causality is absolute. But due to the concern of God over the suffering of his children, the following verses occur:

This time, I shall make your future known in this life time.

Look at the disorder of the body. 5-2

I shall make everything in the mind of each of you    

clearly manifest on your body. 12-171

God is trying to help us sweep evil (greed, arrogance, and self love) from our minds. God places illness and disorders on our bodies in relationship to how much evil we have in our mind. When we ponder over our illness, we can remove evil from our hearts. When this happen, the illness disappears, but it also opens a path of joy in the future (the law of causality).

In summation, the law of causality is absolute. God’s love for his children is also absolute. Because of this love, God has begun to work for the salvation of all mankind. Ponder over any illness or disorder of your bodies. They may be God’s guidance to help ensure a joyous future 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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