Category Archives: guidance

Tenrikyo /Pain as God’s Blessings

Prophets who miraculous healed people founded many of the religions in the world. What is more impressive to convince others that one is working in behalf of God than to cure the incurable? But enter a religion that tells people … Continue reading

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Tenrikyo /Can Illness Be Good for Us?

In the Heaven’s Truth Church (Tenrikyo), God is said to guide us by placing illness on ourselves. We ponder over the illness, and we reflect on how we have been using our minds. We attempt to determine if we have … Continue reading

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The Easy Path to Salvation

In the Book of Prophecy (Fudesaki), it is said that the path to salvation is a difficult path. Why is it so difficult? People are always looking for: the easy paths, easy jobs, and easy ways to make money. They … Continue reading

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Is God Trying to Guide Us?

We who are followers of the Heaven’s Truth (Tenrikyo) religion must be very cautious in interpreting what occurs every day. When suffering or inconvenience occurs, is it due to causality, or is it God’s guidance? I often hear people say … Continue reading

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Why Do We Suffer/ revisited

Sometimes when people read my old blogs, I review them and add to what was written. This is a blog written in May of 2013. Consider the books in God’s library.  In each book, the first and last pages are … Continue reading

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Insight into my blogs

A few people have commented on where I get my information to write the blogs, and what my purpose is in writing the blogs.  It is mainly to introduce a teaching which I feel will eventually change the world. It … Continue reading

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God can heal you?

In many of the sacred books, there are accounts of miraculous healings that were performed by the prophets. Even today there are religions that advocate the healing of illness by prayer. But there are also instances where the prophets could … Continue reading

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