Category Archives: karma
Interpretation: God will show illness as guidance, to help people understand the heart.
Interpretation: God throughout the Ofudesaki, tells us that God will begin to work to save everyone. But the early followers were doubtful because they wanted to see this happen immediately. This is why the word dandan is important to understand. … Continue reading
Interpretation: The concept of the heart, and what God is going to do to save everyone may be difficult to understand. But God tells us to use our reasoning to understand these truths that are written in the Ofudesaki.
Interpretation: God is asking us how do we purify the minds of the world, which now is over 7 billion. This is a difficult task that God will accomplish. The instructions are all in the Ofudesak!
Intepretation: To purify the heart, one must understand that our fate comes from our own hearts. We reap what we have sowed. What fate comes from our hearts, we must ponder what dusts are in our minds. If we do … Continue reading
Interpretation: God is telling us that the truth of the heart and the preparation to save the world has been given; but there is no understanding. Remember in the first verse of the Ofudesaki and the Yorozuyo, God tells us … Continue reading
Interpretation: God loves everyone in the world. God is only assuring us that God wants to save everyone. There is no danger or evil in what God says. Everything is the truth that is written in the Ofudesaki.
Interpretation: Some of you are saying that what God does is dangerous. I often hear even from church members that God does not guide people by placing illness upon them. But because God loves all of us, God is trying … Continue reading
Interpretation: If one purifies the mind, the heart will only bring upon joy or if one purifies the mind, the path of bringing in new members will be promising.
Interpretation: There is no one who understands the heart. This is why people do not know how to purify their minds of the dusts of greed, arrogance, self-love, regret, and covetousness.