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Friday, May 26, 2017


by Angel-Light Love of Texas
An Instrument of Divine, Seeking to Serve
Spiritual & Metaphysical Healing/Wellbeing Facilitator
May 26, 2017 on ♥Angel-Light Beamer♥

About 1997, I facilitated some healing/wellbeing sessions for a middle-age female who hated God—because of a few things like the loss of a parent at a young age.  Yes, she used the words “I hate God,” and it was obvious she meant it.  At my request, she agreed to some discovery sessions to uncover information and gain understanding as to reason those events happened and how they may have benefited her.  Long story short, after only one session, she didn’t hate God anymore.  I was reminded of this recently when someone else told me that she hates God.

For several decades, I’ve not wanted to use the title “God” when referring to our main/primary creator (and there are lesser creators)—mostly as a result of studies of various religions and philosophies and anthropology and related subjects. Besides, in my estimation, the god of The Old Testament was not someone I liked (what with allegedly ordering his “chosen people” to kill other people, etc.).  And then, in my studies, I learned about the hypothesis that much of what was described in The Old Testament and other ancient writings was about so-called extraterrestrials and their “flying saucers.”  Another hypothesis is that these ancient gods were time travelers from the future.  Both present some strong evidence, and both may be true—at least to some degree.  And evidence for both is still revealing itself in present-day events.  I don’t identify or even like the god(s) of The Old Testament. 

Over many years, I’m refrained from using the word “god” to mean prime creator and used other terms instead. The word “divine” means “of God,” so I’ve used that word a lot.  The article on the Angel-Light Beamer of May 17, 2017, titled “Christ Consciousness & The Indwelling Christ,” is related to this article.  Try substituting the word “Divine” for “God” when reading the following words to experience how that feels and how your person reacts to it over several readings.  Here’s an excerpt of the earlier article:  Paul writes to a church in Colossians 1:27 (KJV):  “To whom God would make known what is the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles; which is Christ in you, the hope of glory:”  Christ Jesus, in Luke 17:20-21 (KJV) is reported to have said, “And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: Neither shall they say, Lo here! Or lo there!  For, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.”  Here’s another excerpt from that previous article:  Paul writes to a church in Colossians 1:27 (KJV): “To whom God would make known what is the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles; which is Christ in you, the hope of glory:” I love Christ Jesus of The New Testament (which is not to be misconstrued that I’m a Christian in the traditional sense of the word, because I’m not).  I communicate to “Christ in me the hope of glory” beginning with the title, “Christ Divine” and “Divine Christ” (meaning the anointed one of god) and “Divine Christ Spirit.”  When we accept that the kingdom of God is within and Christ dwells within and embrace Divine within us, we won’t be praying to some being out there somewhere and barely feeling a connection—if at all.

In John 4:24 of The New Testament (KJV), we find: “God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.”  Some translations omit the word “a” before “Spirit.”  Acts 17:28 of The New Testament (KJV) is somewhat of a mystery for many people, especially the last six words: “For in him we live, and move, and have our being; as certain also of your own poets have said, For we are also his offspring.”  If we “live, and move, and have our being” in god, then god is a spirit. So Acts 17:28 seems to validated John 4:24.  It feels very good in my heart to say, “My Divine Spirit.”  However, I sometimes say just, “Divine Spirit” (meaning spirit of God).  Sometimes when I’m feeling very grateful and expanded (or, on the other hand, lacking support), or I want to address All That Is, I speak the words, “Great Spirit.”   

Whether you use the word “divine” or the word “god,” is a matter of preference. What feels good, up close and personal, to you?

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Angel-Light Love of Texas
A Minister of Divine, Seeking to Serve
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