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The Will of God

Posted: Wed May 02, 2012 6:03 pm
by Artistdeb
Rules, rules, rules. “The love of God” takes away one’s sin, one’s propensity toward error thinking and action. For as the “love of God” fills one’s being the will of God flows naturally and gracefully forth. Worth believing, worth knowing, worth showing, it all becomes you so very much.

Uniformity with God’s will, this is to be our aim for by living a life in concordance with God’s will we will fine true peace and perfection in our heart. People have tried and tried and failed and failed and blamed themselves miserably since the dawn of time. They let themselves off the hook with words that comfort them such as “it is only human to error and man is not perfect.” Just because man is not perfect or is inclined to error does not mean he should lose all hope and be content in living life a drift from fully knowing God.

The reason man has not found perfection in his ability to live fully God’s will or at least only a handful have made this attainment is that he believes he is to refine himself all by his own doing. This is an impossible feat. The way has been shown and the way to a perfect heart is not through any ways of man. You see the ways of man are the ways of the mind of man, as he reasons and thinks. Try as the may to control his mind no man can think himself into perfection. It is not a matter of his will. Man’s singular self, his ego, believes so in himself that he is all that he can see and thus know. The ego keeps mankind from evolving into God kind.

The way to God is the way to love. The way to God’s love is the answer to all. The total answer, the truth in it’s most condensed form. God is love, a special kind of love, Divine Love. A love that is ready and waiting to be poured into willing hearts and souls. A willing heart is all that is needed, not a perfect pure heart. God says come to me as you are and I will make you clean. Desire only me and I will see that your life is good and plenty.

Get out of your thinking mind, the hold of the ego, and come to me with an open and willing heart full of wonder and awe as a child. Ask me questions. Want to know. Seek and ye shall find. Show me your gratitude. Show me your reverence and I will show you how beautiful the world really is. All I want, says God, is to fill you with my everlasting sweet love which will purify and raise your soul. This is my will for all, all who come to me on bended knee, tired and weary from the world. Those who seek me, truly seek me, will find me and I will give them rest. I will gladden their hearts and give them wisdom untold. This is my story. It was been the same for all days of old.

You cannot begin to follow my will by the power of your mind. You are not strong enough, temptation is too great. This is why you are to pray to me to lead you out of temptation and deliver you from evil. This, my most Divine Love will do for you as it fills you and purifies your heart bit by bit.

From the book -Listen Hear, A Divine Love Story

Re: The Will of God

Posted: Wed May 02, 2012 11:15 pm
by Geoff
Dear Deb,

As I mentioned earlier, I would like a pdf copy. I will give you my email address in a pm.

love,
Geoff

Re: The Will of God

Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 1:00 am
by Artistdeb
Thank you for asking for me to send you the PDF of my book. I am so happy to be able to share my story of how I came to know this Great Love, and as well hear and heed continual words of guidance and comfort. Deb

Re: The Will of God

Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 1:24 am
by Geoff
Dear Deb,

I copied you back a Kindle e-book format, as i prefer to read on my Kindle or IPad. Its a quick and dirty, but I still prefer that to pdf.

love,
Geoff

Re: The Will of God

Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 1:46 am
by Artistdeb
Wow, thanks Geoff I hadn't taken time to explore how to do that yet. I hope the book translated well into the different format. Thank you, I will keep the file. Deb

Re: The Will of God

Posted: Thu May 03, 2012 1:50 am
by Geoff
Dear Deb,

Well its a quick and dirty that means no page breaks, no hyperlinked table of contents, and I did not add a cover. But I still prefer this way, and I no longer ever read pdfs.

love,
Geoff