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Jesusonian Declarations of True Spiritual Liberty

published here July 05, 2004,

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The determiner of the differential of spiritual presence exists in your own hearts and minds and consists in the manner of your own choosing, in the decisions of your minds, and in the determination of your own wills. This differential is inherent in the freewill reactions of intelligent personal beings, beings whom the Universal Father has ordained shall exercise this liberty of choosing. And the Deities are ever true to the ebb and flow of their spirits in meeting and satisfying the conditions and demands of this differential of creature choice, now bestowing more of their presence in response to a sincere desire for the same and again withdrawing themselves from the scene as their creatures decide adversely in the exercise of their divinely bestowed freedom of choice. And thus does the spirit of divinity become humbly obedient to the choosing of the creatures of the realms.

Worship--the spiritual domain of the reality of religious experience, the personal realization of divine fellowship, the recognition of spirit values, the assurance of eternal survival, the ascent from the status of servants of God to the joy and liberty of the sons of God. This is the highest insight of the cosmic mind, the reverential and worshipful form of the cosmic discrimination.

Liberty is suicidal when divorced from material justice, intellectual fairness, social forbearance, moral duty, and spiritual values. Liberty is nonexistent apart from cosmic reality, and all personality reality is proportional to its divinity relationships.

True liberty is the associate of genuine self-respect; false liberty is the consort of self-admiration. True liberty is the fruit of self-control; false liberty, the assumption of self-assertion. Self-control leads to altruistic service; self-admiration tends towards the exploitation of others for the selfish aggrandizement of such a mistaken individual as is willing to sacrifice righteous attainment for the sake of possessing unjust power over his fellow beings.
Even wisdom is divine and safe only when it is cosmic in scope and spiritual in motivation.

When a member of a social religious group has complied with the requirements of such a group, he should be encouraged to enjoy religious liberty in the full expression of his own personal interpretation of the truths of religious belief and the facts of religious experience. The security of a religious group depends on spiritual unity, not on theological uniformity. A religious group should be able to enjoy the liberty of freethinking without having to become "freethinkers." There is great hope for any church that worships the living God, validates the Brotherhood of Man, and dares to remove all creedal pressure from its members.

The courage required to effect the conquest of nature and to transcend one's self is a courage that might succumb to the temptations of self-pride. The mortal who can transcend self might yield to the temptation to deify his own self-consciousness. The mortal dilemma consists in the double fact that man is in bondage to nature while at the same time he possesses a unique liberty -- freedom of spiritual choice and action. On material levels man finds himself subservient to nature, while on spiritual levels he is triumphant over nature and over all things temporal and finite. Such a paradox is inseparable from temptation, potential evil, decisional errors, and when self becomes proud and arrogant, sin may evolve.

The spiritually blind individual who logically follows scientific dictation, social usage, and religious dogma stands in grave danger of sacrificing his moral freedom and losing his spiritual liberty. Such a soul is destined to become an intellectual parrot, a social automaton, and a slave to religious authority.

Goodness is always growing toward new levels of the increasing liberty of moral self-realization and spiritual personality attainment -- the discovery of, and identification with, the indwelling Adjuster. [The pure Spirit of God within.] An experience is good when it heightens the appreciation of beauty, augments the moral will, enhances the discernment of truth, enlarges the capacity to love and serve one's fellows, exalts the spiritual ideals, and unifies the supreme human motives of time with the eternal plans of the indwelling Adjuster, all of which lead directly to an increased desire to do the Father's will, thereby fostering the divine passion to find God and to be more like him.

Universe progress is characterized by increasing personality freedom because it is associated with the progressive attainment of higher and higher levels of self-understanding and consequent voluntary self-restraint. The attainment of perfection of spiritual self-restraint equals completeness of universe freedom and personal liberty. Faith fosters and maintains man's soul in the midst of the confusion of his early orientation in such a vast universe, whereas prayer becomes the great unifier of the various inspirations of the creative imagination and the faith urges of a soul trying to identify itself with the spirit ideals of the indwelling and associated divine presence.

One of the most eventful of all the evening conferences at Amathus was the session having to do with the discussion of spiritual unity. James Zebedee had asked, "Master, how shall we learn to see alike and thereby enjoy more harmony among ourselves?" When Jesus heard this question, he was stirred within his spirit, so much so that he replied: "James, James, when did I teach you that you should all see alike? I have come into the world to proclaim spiritual liberty to the end that mortals may be empowered to live individual lives of originality and freedom before God. I do not desire that social harmony and fraternal peace shall be purchased by the sacrifice of free personality and spiritual originality. What I require of you, my apostles, is spirit unity -- and that you can experience in the joy of your united dedication to the wholehearted doing of the will of my Father in heaven. You do not have to see alike or feel alike or even think alike in order spiritually to be alike. Spiritual unity is derived from the consciousness that each of you is indwelt, and increasingly dominated, by the spirit gift of the heavenly Father. Your apostolic harmony must grow out of the fact that the spirit hope of each of you is identical in origin, nature, and destiny.

Jesus laid great emphasis upon what he called the two truths of first import in the teachings of the kingdom, and they are: the attainment of salvation by faith, and faith alone, associated with the revolutionary teaching of the attainment of human liberty through the sincere recognition of truth, "You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free." Jesus was the truth made manifest in the flesh, and he promised to send his Spirit of Truth into the hearts of all his children after his return to the Father in heaven. [Jesus Christ, here in the Spirit of God, IS our True Liberator in the Spirit of seeking and doing God's perfect will. Amen !]

[Jesus on self-mastery:] "Verily, verily, I say to you, he who rules his own self is greater than he who captures a city. Self-mastery is the measure of man's moral nature and the indicator of his spiritual development. In the old order you fasted and prayed as the new creature of the rebirth of the spirit, you are taught to believe and rejoice. In the Father's kingdom you are to become new creatures; old things are to pass away; behold I show you how all things are to become new. And by your love for one another you are to convince the world that you have passed from bondage to liberty, from death into life everlasting."

"By the old way you seek to suppress, obey, and conform to the rules of living; by the new way you are first transformed by the Spirit of Truth and thereby strengthened in your inner soul by the constant spiritual renewing of your mind, and so are you endowed with the power of the certain and joyous performance of the gracious, acceptable, and perfect will of God. Forget not-- it is your personal faith in the exceedingly great and precious promises of God that ensures your becoming partakers of the divine nature. Thus by your faith and the Spirit's transformation, you become in reality the temples of God, and his Spirit actually dwells within you. If, then, the Spirit dwells within you, you are no longer bondslaves of the flesh but free and liberated sons of the Spirit. The new law of the Spirit endows you with the liberty of self-mastery in place of the old law of the fear of self-bondage and the slavery of self-denial."

[a part of Jesus' Epochal Sermon at Capernaum, A.D. 29:] "What is it you seek as evidence of my mission on earth? We have left you undisturbed in your positions of influence and power while we preached glad tidings to the poor and the outcast. We have made no hostile attack upon that which you hold in reverence but have rather proclaimed new liberty for man's fear-ridden soul. I came into the world to reveal my Father and to establish on earth the spiritual Brotherhood of the sons of God, the Kingdom of Heaven. And notwithstanding that I have so many times reminded you that my Kingdom is not of this world, still has my Father granted you many manifestations of material wonders in addition to more evidential spiritual transformations and regenerations." ...

[Jesus continues:] "I have come to proclaim spiritual liberty, teach eternal truth, and foster living faith."

"While the religion of authority may impart a present feeling of settled security, you pay for such a transient satisfaction the price of the loss of your spiritual freedom and religious liberty. My Father does not require of you as the price of entering the kingdom of heaven that you should force yourself to subscribe to a belief in things which are spiritually repugnant, unholy, and untruthful. It is not required of you that your own sense of mercy, justice, and truth should be outraged by submission to an outworn system of religious forms and ceremonies. The religion of the Spirit leaves you forever free to follow the truth wherever the leadings of the spirit may take you. And who can judge -- perhaps this Spirit may have something to impart to this generation which other generations have refused to hear?"

"The religions of authority can only divide men and set them in conscientious array against each other; the religion of the Spirit will progressively draw men together and cause them to become understandingly sympathetic with one another. The religions of authority require of men uniformity in belief, but this is impossible of realization in the present state of the world. The religion of the Spirit requires only unity of experience -- uniformity of destiny -- making full allowance for diversity of belief. The religion of the Spirit requires only uniformity of insight, not uniformity of viewpoint and outlook. The religion of the Spirit does not demand uniformity of intellectual views, only unity of Spirit feeling. The religions of authority crystallize into lifeless creeds; the religion of the Spirit grows into the increasing joy and liberty of ennobling deeds of loving service and merciful ministration."

In instituting this remembrance supper, the Master, as was always his habit, resorted to parables and symbols. He employed symbols because he wanted to teach certain great Spiritual Truths in such a manner as to make it difficult for his successors to attach precise interpretations and definite meanings to his words. In this way he sought to prevent successive generations from crystallizing his teaching and binding down his Spiritual meanings by the dead chains of tradition and dogma. In the establishment of the only ceremony or sacrament associated with his whole life mission, Jesus took great pains to suggest his meanings rather than to commit himself to precise definitions. He did not wish to destroy the individual's concept of Divine Communion by establishing a precise form; neither did he desire to limit the believer's spiritual imagination by formally cramping it. He rather sought to set man's reborn soul free upon the joyous wings of a new and living spiritual liberty.

Divine Truth is a Spirit-discerned and living reality. Truth exists only on high spiritual levels of the realization of Divinity and the consciousness of Communion with God. You can know the Truth, and you can live the Truth; you can experience the growth of Truth in the soul and enjoy the liberty of its enlightenment in the mind, but you cannot imprison Truth in formulas, codes, creeds, or intellectual patterns of human conduct. When you undertake the human formulation of Divine Truth, it speedily dies. The post-mortem salvage of imprisoned truth, even at best, can eventuate only in the realization of a peculiar form of intellectualized glorified wisdom. Static truth is dead truth, and only dead truth can be held as a theory. Living Truth is dynamic and can enjoy only an experiential existence in the human mind.

As they walked along, [the Resurrected] Jesus said to them: [to the two brothers on the road to Emmaus] "How slow you are to comprehend the Truth! When you tell me that it is about the teachings and work of this Man that you have your discussions, then may I enlighten you since I am more than familiar with these teachings. [ ! Absolutely !] Do you not remember that this Jesus always taught that his Kingdom was not of this world, and that all men, being the sons of God, should find liberty and freedom in the spiritual joy of the fellowship of the Brotherhood of loving service in this new Kingdom of the Truth of the heavenly Father's love? Do you not recall how this Son of Man proclaimed the salvation of God for all men, ministering to the sick and afflicted and setting free those who were bound by fear and enslaved by evil? Do you not know that this man of Nazareth told his disciples that he must go to Jerusalem, be delivered up to his enemies, who would put him to death, and that he would arise on the third day? Have you not been told all this? And have you never read in the scriptures concerning this day of Salvation for Jew and Gentile, where it says that in him shall all the families of the earth be blessed; that he will hear the cry of the needy and save the souls of the poor who seek him; that all nations shall call him blessed? That such a Deliverer shall be as the shadow of a great rock in a weary land. That he will feed the flock like a true shepherd, gathering the lambs in his arms and tenderly carrying them in his bosom. That he will open the eyes of the spiritually blind and bring the prisoners of despair out into full liberty and light; that all who sit in darkness shall see the great Light of eternal salvation. That he will bind up the brokenhearted, proclaim liberty to the captives of sin, and open up the prison to those who are enslaved by fear and bound by evil. That he will comfort those who mourn and bestow upon them the joy of salvation in the place of sorrow and heaviness. That he shall be the desire of all nations and the everlasting joy of those who seek righteousness. That this Son of Truth and Righteousness shall rise upon the world with Healing Light and Saving Power; even that he will save his people from their sins; that he will really seek and save those who are lost. That he will not destroy the weak but minister salvation to all who hunger and thirst for righteousness. That those who believe in him shall have eternal life. That he will pour out his Spirit upon all flesh, and that this Spirit of Truth shall be in each believer a well of water, springing up into everlasting life. Did you not understand how great was the Gospel of the Kingdom which this Man delivered to you? Do you not perceive how great a salvation has come upon you?" [Yes, we do; those of us who know Him and have seen here in Spirit our True GODMAN JESUS !!! Amen !]

The first mission of this Spirit [of Truth] is, of course, to foster and personalize Truth, for it is the comprehension of Truth that constitutes the highest form of human liberty. Next, it is the purpose of this Spirit to destroy the believer's feeling of orphanhood. Jesus having been among men, all believers would experience a sense of loneliness had not the Spirit of Truth come to dwell in men's hearts.

On the day of Pentecost [A.D. 30 and forevermore with us !] the religion of Jesus broke all national restrictions and racial fetters. It is forever true, "Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." On this day the Spirit of Truth became the Personal gift from the Master to every mortal. This Spirit was bestowed for the purpose of qualifying believers more effectively to preach the Gospel of the Kingdom, but they mistook the experience of receiving the outpoured Spirit for a part of the new Gospel which they were unconsciously formulating.

Up to Pentecost, religion had revealed only man seeking for God; since Pentecost, man is still searching for God, but there shines out over the world the spectacle of God also seeking for man and sending his Spirit to dwell within him when he has found him.
Before the teachings of Jesus which culminated in Pentecost, women had little or no spiritual standing in the tenets of the older religions. After Pentecost, in the Brotherhood of the Kingdom woman stood before God on an equality with man. Among the one hundred and twenty who received this special visitation of the Spirit were many of the women disciples, and they shared these blessings equally with the men believers. No longer can man presume to monopolize the ministry of religious service. The Pharisee might go on thanking God that he was "not born a woman, a leper, or a gentile," but among the followers of Jesus woman has been forever set free from all religious discriminations based on sex. Pentecost obliterated all religious discrimination founded on racial distinction, cultural differences, social caste, or sex prejudice. No wonder these believers in the new religion would cry out, "Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty."

In winning souls for the Master, [our Sovereign Maker Jesus Christ Michael] it is not the first mile of compulsion, duty, or convention that will transform man and his world, but rather the second mile of free service and liberty-loving devotion that betokens the Jesusonian reaching forth to grasp his Brother in love and sweep him on under spiritual guidance toward the higher and Divine goal of mortal existence. Christianity even now willingly goes the first mile, but mankind languishes and stumbles along in moral darkness because there are so few genuine second-milers -- so few professed followers of Jesus who really live and love as he taught his disciples to live and love and serve.

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"MY FATHER'S PASSING" by Colleen Grant,

Copyright 2004 published here May 07, 2004



Early February of this year, 2004, my father, age 84, took ill. He was admitted to the hospital emergency room on a number of occasions, but no answers were given. Finally after three emergency trips he was admitted into the hospital the end of February. He spent two weeks in the palliative care ward and was released. A battery of tests were done and the diagnosis was severe degeneration of the lower spine and cancer detected with no confirmed source pinpointed.

He was released into the care of my mother who is age 78. He went downhill abruptly, and he was tended to by nurses in the home on a daily basis. Soon they had to have a nurse with him 7 nights a week - all night and twice during the day to give my mother a break.

My two brothers, one sister and myself juggled our schedules to be there as much as possible, feeding him, bathing him, changing him and watching our once virile father fading away before our eyes. There seemed nothing we could do, and no amount of medication could ease his pain.

He said he was so thankful that we had been so supportive and were there for him and my mother. He told us over and over how much he loved us and how proud he was of all his children.

The last days of his life were unbearable to watch. Any slight movement caused him severe pain and we all cried with him. He could no longer eat and barely able to drink. We all agonized over what was happening to our father, and continually prayed with him. We knew his time with us was drawing to a close and it was time to call the grandchildren to come and say there last goodbyes.

Friday morning, the team leader of the nurses (Joy) and other members of the support care team sat down with the family at our kitchen table. Joy told us that my father was ready to take his final journey and that we all had to be strong and let him know that it's okay for him to go.

My father and the family had to make the decision to put him on the morphine pump, where continuous morphine would be released into his body. They told us that although he may not seem aware, he will be able to hear right to the end. She said to announce to him who was in the room and speak directly to him.

My father was coherent and remained in good spirits, with a sense of humor intact. We asked him if there was anyone he wanted to talk with before they attached the morphine. We were unsure if he would be able to talk once he was on the pain medication. He wanted to speak with his only surviving sister in Florida. They said their goodbyes and wept together on the phone.

At approximately 6:30 pm on April 2, 2004, my father was attached to the morphine pump. He almost immediately went into a drug induced coma. We made him a promise that we would not leave his side, and that there would always be someone there to hold him. My brothers slept in his room in a bed beside him. They took turns holding his hand throughout the night.

My mother, grandchildren & children sat with my dad throughout the next day. Taking turns while we massaged his feet, held his hand, kissed his face, wiped his brow, read the bible, and sang his favourite songs. We thanked him for the years of laughter and love that he gave to us all. Thank you for being an inspiration, and a true believer. He was the town's Easter Bunny for 26 years, active member of the legion, spoke many times on Veteran's Day to the schools and in the churches, and was loved by all.

It was 7:30 p.m., and only the immediate family was around his bed - my mother, two brothers, one sister and I. The five of us held him as his limbs grew cold, and his breath grew shallow. We could feel the life draining from his body. We held him, stroked him and cried, "It's okay to let go dad, its okay. We are all here with you right now. We know you love us and you have said your goodbyes to everyone." My mother kept saying, "I love you honey, I love you, its okay."

He continued to hang on. When finally my brother, a full agnostic in every sense of the word, starting speaking to him. He said, "Dad, its okay to let go. You are going to eternity, and in eternity there is no sense of time. We will be missing you, but you won't have time to miss us because in a blink of an eye we will be there beside you." He said, "In eternity there is no pain, so it's okay to let go." At that point my father opened his eyes, which had not opened for over 24 hours. He had the most serene look in his eyes as he directed his vision to each one of us starting with my mother. He made sure we all had a few seconds of eye contact with him as he said goodbye with his eyes. On Saturday, April 3rd at 8:00 pm, my father took his last breath.

A tingling sensation came over my whole body, and everything went white, the sensation you get just before you are ready to pass out. I felt a very strong energy and my father's spirit surge through my body and then lift off. It was as if a huge power field surrounded me and the heavy feeling in my soul was lifted off with my father. It was the most indescribable sensation I have ever felt. Instantaneously, we all exclaimed, "Whoa, did you feel that!" We laughed, we cried, we rejoiced. We had all experienced the same thing and knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that there is a soul and that our bodies are just our carriers waithing to be wisked away. We believe our father was lifted by a very strong force. We did not see anything but the white light, but we felt everything. We believe that his soul was lifted and that our dad was on the way to meet his Maker, our loving Father God.

Whether my father was lifted by angels, the Spirit of God and/or Jesus, we don't know. What we do know is our dad was whisked off in a blaze of glory.

It was as though my father was waiting for my brother to accept the Lord before he could peacefully pass away. As I hugged my brother and cried, I said to him, "He had to hear it from you, he had to hear it from you!"

My brother has been sharing his experience with everyone. He is not afraid to say that he was spiritually touched and forever changed. You may not see him in a church preaching, but he knows he needs to feed his spiritual side now. How he does that we don't know yet, however, we have faith that the Lord is not done with him yet. And we know that God's Spirit has moved him, halleluiah!

Colleen Grant

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2295 Wharncliffe Rd. S.
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"Easter Message 2004 by Brother Dave


for April 11, 2004, and forevermore in Truth

Many sincere Christians have believed in the resurrection of Jesus, based on the fact of the "empty tomb." It was indeed a fact that the tomb was empty, but this is not the truth of the resurrection. The tomb was truly empty when the first believers arrived, and this fact, associated with that of the undoubted resurrection of our Master Jesus, led to the formulation of a belief which was not true: the teaching that the material and mortal body of Jesus was raised from the grave. Truth having to do with spiritual realities and eternal values cannot always be built up by a combination of apparent facts. Although individual facts may be materially true, it does not follow that the association of a group of facts must necessarily lead to truthful spiritual conclusions.

The true evidencs of the resurrection of Jesus Christ are spiritual in nature, albeit this teaching is corroborated [made certain, confirmed, verified] by the testimony of many mortals of the realm who met, recognized, and communed with the resurrected Master, appearing in a higher form, and made visible to mortals. Jesus Christ became a part of the personal experience of almost one thousand human beings before He finally took leave of earth to return to the Paradise Father of All, to resume Sovereignty of this large universe of His making and Ministry.

Brother Dave here testifies: Since the Spring of 1977, and Eternally, I am blessed to be a living witness to the continued appearings of our True GodMan Jesus, fully here with, and within, all sincere mortals as He the Spirit of Truth ! Yes, He is still here ! freely poured out upon all flesh without "respect of persons" ! showing us the Paradise Father and HimSelf Jesus as ONE Coordinate SPIRIT of Truth of GOD, with infinite love, mercy, ministry, truth, beauty and goodness, freely and forevermore Divinely Given to YOU and to me and to all humans, each of us being made Divine-Human Sons of GOD as JESUS IS - NOW

Happy Light and Life in peace and progress in His Truth ! and thus Happy Easter, and all Days, in the growing Family here of our loving Father God, and thus in The Brotherhood of Jesus in Spirit and in Truth !

for April 10. 2004 by Brother Dave

Luke 9:22 "The Son of man must suffer many things, and be rejected of the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be slain, and be raised the third day."

Luke 24:7 "The Son of man must be delivered into the hands of sinful men, and be crucified, and the third day rise again."

The "third day" was just a common Jewish expression meaning: "presently" or "soon thereafter". We know that the actual time between Jesus' physical death on the cross on Friday, and His Resurrection Appearances beginning on the following Sunday, was only about one and one-half (1.5) days. In All Truth, our Creator Father-Son Jesus Christ NEVER ever died in Personality, Spirit, Soul, and/or Mind; only his mortal Divine-Human physical body died ! IF our forever Living Creator GodMan Jesus Christ FULLY died then, this large Universe and You and me would all be FULLY NON-EXISTENT !

We need to realize-reflect that Jesus, now here in Spirit, as He the Spirit of Truth, also tells all of us Believers in Him - in our True God - that there really is no death for us ! Our perceived time of our sleep of physical death and our Resurrection up on a Mansion World made by Jesus for us is INSTANTANEOUS. Amen ! "In My Father's Home are many Mansions (worlds, higher spheres); I am preparing a place for You !" Thank You Jesus !


What Jesus is now about to do, submit to death on the cross, He does of His own free will. In foretelling this experience, Jesus said: "The Father loves and sustains Me because I am willing to lay down my life. But I will take it up again. No one takes My life away from Me--I lay it down of MySelf. I have Authority to lay it down, and I have Authority to take it up. I have received such a Commandment from My Father."

Jesus soon appears to many human witnesses after His crucifixion and physical death. In one Appearance, our Resurrected, Living Jesus Christ said:

"Among yourselves, here, you share the knowledge that I have risen from the dead, but that is not strange. I have the power to lay down My life and to take it up again; the Father gives such power to His Paradise Sons. You should the rather be stirred in your hearts by the knowledge that the dead of an age entered upon the eternal ascent soon after I left Joseph's new tomb. [Jesus Raised all of the sleeping and dead humans since the time of Adam and Eve !! And He will Raise you and me also !!] I lived My life in the flesh to show how you can, through loving service, become God-revealing to your fellow men [all mortals: men, women and children] even as, by loving you and serving you, I have become God-revealing to you. I have lived among you as the Son of Man that you, and all other men, might know that you are all indeed the sons of God. Therefore, go you now into all the world preaching this Gospel of the Kingdom of Heaven to all men. Love all men as I have loved you; serve your fellow mortals as I have served you. Freely you have received, freely give. Only tarry here in Jerusalem while I go to the Father, and until I send you the Spirit of Truth. He shall lead you into the enlarged truth, and I will go with you into all the world. I am with you always, and My peace I leave with you."

"Your Spirituality"
publ 08-08-1999, by Sister Maria LeBaron

How do you define spirituality? How do you define YOUR OWN spirituality?

I have had people tell me that they believe in God, or Jesus, so that makes them spiritual.

I have had people say that praying and worshipping does not add to ones spirituality.

I have had people say that one can even NOT believe in a God, or any higher existence, and STILL be spiritual.

I have had people say that it is one's morality, and one's values, that make them spiritual.

People have heard me say that, personally, having a close loving relationship with God, our Father, and connecting to the Spirit within IS my spirituality.

What would YOU say?

Brother Dave now: Thanks, Sister Maria.

I say to all that it is our Father's and Son's good Personal Choice (will, volition) to make You ever and ever more spiritual, if you do not reject Him and this precious and free Gift, and You choose to remain an ascending faith-son of God in Jesus in Spirit, in love and in service to all. Just as Jesus still does. And so it is ...

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