God will begin to work again

It is said in the Tip of the Writing Brush that God created human beings to live a joyous life. This was a herculean task on the part of God. It is said that since the creation, God has been on the sidelines looking at the joy created by mankind, but also looking at the sufferings that are created by mankind.

The religious sacred books have not alleviated the hatred, greed, and arrogance in the hearts of mankind. Today we see religions killing in the name of God. At home, we see our young people hooked on drugs and alcohol. We see arrogance in world leaders, including our own President. There is no true joy that was envisioned by God.

It is obvious that we as humans cannot bring upon joy by ourselves. We must ask God to help us. In the Tip of the Writing Brush, it is said that God will begin to work again. Remember that God has been on the sidelines since his creation of human beings. God has given us a special prayer (Joyous Service) asking God to help others attain the joyous life.

When we pray without greed and arrogance, this special prayer is said to reach God. God will then begin to work as he did when he created the world. When God begins to work, all mankind will eventually live a joyous life, 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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