posted on Nov, 7 2012 @ 11:41 PM
I have faith: That there exists an intelligence beyond my rational mind. Because of my faith, I sacrifice my self. In sacrificing myself, my conscious
will, a derivation of previously defined idea-structures, does not drive me. “Not my will, but thine, be done.” This sacrifice means that all
ideologies that could possibly guide my behavior are set aside. I am as en empty shell, waiting to be guided by God, that force which exists beyond my
rational mind. I sit silently, awaiting instructions, which come primarily through impulses. When an impulse arises, and makes itself clear, I act on
it. It does not matter what I think about the impulse, and the action it is driving me towards. Not my will, but God’s.
In faith, I become a strange man. I have no care for the world, and the ways of men, which their ideologies proclaim as proper behavior. In any
moment, I may do anything. I'm at a complete loss as to what may come next. There is no way for my conscious mind to grasp the ‘right’ thing to
do in any situation, for it is of a limited scope. My conscious mind determines ‘right’ based on pre-defined standards, and God is absolutely
irreverant to these. Oh, the fear of making a mistake that lies in my humanity. This is why my salvation lies in grace. When I sacrifice my self, I
give my self up to God. I give up responsibility for my actions. I admit the insufficiency of attempting to determine right and wrong based on any
standards I know, and so I become as a child. God’s grace towards such a person is infinite. I will inevitably confront everything that I think I
know, and through this God will continuously test me. To pass these tests does not mean adhering to so-called morality, as the religious
establishments teach. The tests are passed through continual sacrifice, which means adhering to the immediate impulses given by God, with absolutely
no respect towards pre-defined standards.
This is the true way of the Son. It is not a path of the past, but it is indeed a path we must walk to this day, moment to moment. Do not be fooled by
those who call themselves Christian. These are among the very people who create these standards, which we are to transcend. In the grace that is found
through continual sacrifice, true life is found. This life is effortless, and utterly full, and complete. Do you have faith that there is intelligence
beyond your conscious mind? Will you, then, sacrifice your ideological structures to it, and thus achieve grace? This is the path to the Life, called
the Kingdom, which I rename Perfect Reality.