Causality as the truth of heaven

Imagine God seeing the world as it is today. How would God make people good?   Would God punish the evil, and reward the good? Would he destroy the world, and start over again? Would he be a bystander like he has in the past? Would he force people to be good? God is said to be love, and coercion and punishment would be antithesis to this concept of God. Then what can God do to make everyone good? We believe that God has already established a process to purify the hearts of mankind. This is the truth called causality, which has existed since the beginning of mankind.

What is this truth called causality? Good thoughts and behavior causes the individual joy in the future; evil thoughts and behaviors cause the individual suffering in the future. God has created a cycle to purify our minds. We believe in the everlasting soul and reincarnation.

But without this knowledge of causality, we cannot understand why we suffer, and why we should not behave with malice. Understanding causality may initially prevent some from evil actions by the fear of the future; but eventually it will be understood as a process to purify our minds, and to help others.

We believe that it is this importance of understanding of causality that God has appeared and revealed himself in the past. It is with this importance that we must spread the truth of causality to the world.  When the world understands causality, there will finally be peace on earth.

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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