Member Since February 10, 2009 , From St. Louis, United States
One can search every facet of the Universe, but unless one carries that which one is searching for with them, they find it not.
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My personal experience started with the reading of the Old Testaments. The first observable fact that I received from this reading was the feeling that I was receiving something, although not clear what, I truly felt my first conscious uplifting; after all I believed it to be connected to holiness, and it must have been God that I was looking for. This conscious uplifting was encouraging and soothing, the building of moral fiber that defiantly caused an inspirational character change. I still didn’t believe in a supernatural being, at least not wholeheartedly, but I did like the mood, and I learned the Ten Commandments. The plot thickens, I started actuating my mind with the New Testament and I met Jesus and He gave me a lot of great tips on how to conduct my life. I was a better person but still didn’t believe in God. The search goes on and I started reading the New Testament again, this time it was different, this time I met Christ and my personal relationship with our Heavenly Father had begun. The first reading I understood with a literal mind that was connected to the world. This time the light was on; I understood with spiritual vision and was introduced to God. Thank You Lord! My search for God was over, I had found the Christ. From that moment on I have been actuating my individual portion of mind. Actuating of the mind does not have to come from any one Bible or even from a book. Look for His Holiness everywhere for He is everywhere.


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Attn: Physicalist There is the Law of the Land and there is the mercy and forgiveness of God. There is the Universal Law of cause and effect that will manifest consequences for opposing the will of ...

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I would hope that all who are truly in Christ could understand what I have said. It is very clear to anyone other then perhaps a fundamentalist who is still learning and seeing from a self righteous ...

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Many spiritual educators are in denial of this thing called Christ Consciousness; they have been taught with and from a fundamentalist mentality and refuse to, or are unable to educate from anywhere ...

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Many spiritual educators are in denial of this thing called Christ Consciousness; they have been taught with and from a fundamentalist mentality and refuse to, or are unable to educate from anywhere ...

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Many intellectuals are not necessarily intelligent. This is the great divide between the wisdom of the Spirit and the wisdom of the World, but wisdom comes by understanding. Our conscious intelligence ...

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Every religion or faith has its basic concepts. Upon examination of these basic concepts a philosophy is formed, it becomes knowledge of academic study such as truth. Reading the Old Testament and the ...

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Every religion or faith has its basic concepts. Upon examination of these basic concepts a philosophy is formed, it becomes knowledge of academic study such as truth. Reading the Old Testament and the ...

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I commend you MikeC for commiting to not responding to Anonymous Comments. I agree, and will not respond to any other nonsense.

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"In religion and politics, people's beliefs and convictions are in almost every case gotten at second-hand, and without examination, from authorities who have not themselves examined the questions at ...

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Attn: MikeC Many have been taught that they are a sum total of what they think, but they are not, they are better then that. The point is you are not the sum total of what you THINK. Do not all of ...

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n says:
"Jameslee, you continue to post elegant words, sincerely felt, and I, for one, deeply appreciate your presence here on Yedda. Thanks so much."
Rocmike3 says:
"James, your insight serves you well indeed! You do not need my degree to know the way God deals and where He may be found! He is as close as our thoughts. And He is every bit as real."
pilgrimwb says:
"I like the way you think, and the way you phrase yourself. I fear a lot of the "standardized" expressions of biblical Christianity have had their edges dulled by overuse and by mis-use. But you have a way of describing the "Old, Old Story" with fresh eyes. Thank you for being a part of this forum."