Day of Judgment

In many of the religions, there is a day of judgment when God decides who would be saved. It is said that the dead would also be resurrected to stand judgment before God. The evil would be banished to the underworld or be destroyed. Unfortunately, if this scenario unfolds, the majority of souls will perish. But for those who believe this to be true, they warn the nonbelievers that they still can be saved; but time is running out.

In the Tip of the Writing Brush, God does not take such drastic measures. It is forewarned that God will begin to distinguish our minds, in separating the good from the evil.

What do you think this working is to be?

It is solely to distinguish between good and evil. 13-40

It is said that God will begin to distinguish how we are using our minds and reflect it on our bodies. Does this mean epidemics and plagues, or possible just minor inconveniences like the flu, or minor illnesses? Neither less, in both scenarios God is distinguishing who is good and who is evil. But unlike the finality of God’s judgment, we are given the opportunity to change. With the purification of the mind, these illnesses disappear.

Our thoughts reflecting as illness or misfortune is how causality operates in the world. Good thoughts and behaviors result in joy, and evil thoughts and actions result in suffering. But the effect of the cause is usually prolonged sometimes extending into many life times. God will begin to shorten the lapse between cause and effect by placing illness on our bodies today.

While some wait for God’s day of judgment, God may already be judging you. That illness may be God distinguishing your mind. Ponder your illnesses, and purify your minds by removing greed, arrogance, and self-love. God continues his work of saving all mankind.

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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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