posted on Sep, 22 2009 @ 07:43 AM
My relationship with God is volatile and sometimes I hate Him and believe that He hates me. I do not however, believe that God feels emotion as humans
do. I believe that emotion is the product of biochemical response to stimuli. So when my life is not going so good and I blame God and hate Him for
it, His response is not emotional.
But love and hate are not just emotions. They are also words that communicate ideological or esoterical concepts that seem to exist not only within
the hearts of humanity but also in the grand battle between good and evil. Why does humanity seems so driven to fight this battle, within our own
hearts, and against those who do not adhere to our view of the world? Why do we perceive ourselves to be of 'special' interest to God?
I believe that God has not completed His Creation, that humanity is special, pivotal even, in the grand plan that unfolds and is moving toward the
point where love and hate cease and Truth can just be.
To get to that stage, humanity, who right at the very beginning, chose to share knowledge of these things with God, has to suffer the reality of Truth
in the making, and that means having to suffer such depleting emotions such as hate and the heart of darkness that feeds it. This is were we can see
that whilst the parent child analogy for humanity's understanding of our relationship with God is apt, we are in fact not actual children in God's
eye, that we may in fact become highly prized spiritual warriors, actively involved in God's plan.
As a Christian who believes that Jesus is Lord of All, I have to add that I believe that God made the universe the way He did for a reason, that I
dont understand that reason but that it is all ok because Jesus understands it, He has already conquered death, and in the fullness of time, will
crush everything that gives rise to hate.
This is promised in the Revelation. All pain and suffering will cease to exist.