Tag Archives: TENRIKYO
Interpretation: God wants us to open our minds, and listen to reasoning. In the first chapter of the Ofudesaki 1-21, God tells us that this God will attack by reasoning.
Throughout time, many of the prophets were able to heal people of their illnesses. But what was the purpose in the ability to heal the sick? Was this a way of telling people that they represented God? Or did these … Continue reading
There is something that people are overlooking when we discuss the Tenrikyo religion. Yes, we believe in God and Oyasama. We believe that God descended from heaven to save mankind. We believe that it is important to make a pilgrimage … Continue reading
Through all generations, the world everyone, looking at. The understanding of the heart, person there is not. Ofudesaki 1-1 Understanding what the heart is, will reveal why we suffer or have joy.
Just wondering why our religion is not growing in membership like some of the major religions in the world. Some will say that even the major religions like Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism are also not growing, and the world is … Continue reading
There are many leaders in the church that wonder why God’s promise of the Joyous world does not come. Why are we as a religion not growing in numbers? What information about the religion would you give to a person … Continue reading
What information if understood would change the world? What would happen if everyone understood the soul? God in the Ofudesaki tells us that when everyone understands the soul, there will be paradise on earth. What is the soul? The soul … Continue reading
In the Ofudesaki, God gives us the ingredients to the Joyous life. This information is free for all to see. There is no donations needed, pilgrimage to a holy site, sacrifice or prostration before God. The following is from tomorrow’s … Continue reading
Have you wondered why we perform some of the ritual of our religion? What are we asking for when we perform the Joyous Service? Why do we have to return to Ojiba for our salvation? I would think that God … Continue reading