Where are you?

God created the us in his own likeness/image. I have always struggled with phrases or suggestions from the bible that centered around no graven image, no other gods before you, meaning outside you, and or yours is the kingdom (people want to put heaven here, and thats fine, but beyond this earth is closer) and you are the temple. The language is to point to spiritual things. We know that this body is an energy suit, held together by our consciousness/energy/essence. It must have been tough for the biblical writers to understand and translate things like this without the words of the creator echoing in context. The point? I have been asking God for some time to see  the face of the creator. “I want to see your face God”, I would say. Finally, it came to me, like rushing water. I had felt the feeling several times, but brushed it off. “I am here, look now”. I would look and not see anything I would give credit to creation. Then yesterday I was looking in the mirror and I felt it again, “look, I am here”. No, I am not God, well at least no more than you are. God is all things and the Holy Spirit of God lives in us. We are mighty brings, capable of wonderous things or horrible things and its a choice.
God is in all things, and if you want to see his face, look in the mirror, God is there. When you begin reading biblical texts from this point of view, you start to see the reason, the reason for all things. God is experiencing this life with us. You cannot fail, because this is an experience, a choice between heaven and hell on earth today and this choice is made everyday. Knowing this it is easy to understand that there is no right or wrong, there is no karma, no justice, for where these things are, lies judgement and we are not to judge. Judge not… is pretty clear throughout any biblical text.
Today, look in the mirror, into your eyes, the eyes are the windows to the soul and see his face. God is in there, and we don’t have to look very hard to find him. If you have no sight, you know better than those that do where God is, because you know this life, our sight can decieve us. Because of our thoughts we see things that are not true for all, they are only true because we think they are. Our parents told us we are not to do this or that and we see someone else doing it and we judge them. Again the Bible is clear on that and do not judge your parents, they did what they thought was right, even though this does not exist. God desires to experience his creations through you. Do not apply right or wrong to things today, do not do this, for you will judge others and yourself and that only leads to feelings and a reality not heavenly. We do not know how long we have here, we do not know the time or the place of the crossing. Do not rush this experience. Today, start looking for God within and see all things through the awh and reverence of creation. Let the sun or rain hit our face today and know that this experience can remain with our spiritual essence forever.  Get close to God today. God is right here, look for him.

Published by The Journey

Average person seeking more meaning in life. I was raised in a faith that unknowingly taught, seek your religion in all things, but as I grew up and started to better understand the relationship I have with the creator of this universe and the source of all conscienceless, I decided to seek the creator in all things. Not a man or a woman, not a right or a wrong, but the thing that hold all subatomic particles together, the energy that connects everything. This is the story of some of my revelations along the journey we call life.

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