The power of God is the center and source of all of us.
The nature of God is like a circle, where the center is everywhere and the circumference is nowhere, as there are no boundaries to God.
Even with the all the powers of heaven and earth, one can do nothing of himself without trying to separate himself form the source of God that is at his or her center.
ALL SOULS ARE CENTERED IN GOD.
We are all the inlet and outlet of God. ALL OF US. There can be NO RULING OF OTHERS.
There are laws and principles that must be followed. The accord of free souls to be at ONE with GOD and with ALL souls, because GOD is centered in ALL SOULS, so there can be NO separation of truth.
Truth is universal, and truth is good. Power corrupts.
If we affirm our own beliefs and deny the rest, we deny the TRUTH of God.
To deny that anything external to us has power over us, and it is to deny the TRUTH of God.
There is something greater in the person that believes he is all powerful. There is something more powerful than any one soul, and that is the power of the TRUTH of God.
For there IS Law in this Universe. The LAW of God.
Men should render account by words and actions. By your words and actions shall you rise above and by your words and actions shall you condemn yourself from the TRUTH that is God.
Affirm with LOVE and Pro-actively what is best for ALL. It shall manifest.
Affirm with hate and wishing death and destruction, you shall bring death and destruction to yourself, as you manifest your own destiny by the words and actions you choose to speak and partake in.
What is it we are affirming to the world? Are we conscientious of the truth of the divine? Or are we only conscientious of the truth of self-serving wants.
The Story of the Crow
There was a crow once. He was free to roam the country side and was owned by an old man who lived on a farm.
The crow would fly to the surrounding houses and pick at their clotheline pins, as the crow liked them very much and was collecting a stash of them.
The people around them were upset, because the crow was making their clean laundry fall in the mud.
So the farmer built an enclosure near the barn so that the crow may have free space to fly, but not bother the surrounding people.
The farmer was an old and silly man, however. He laughed for no good reason at times.
When he went into the barn to meet with the crow every morning, he would ask the crow:
"Do you want water?"
over time, the crow began to repeat this phrase back to the farmer.
Farmer: "Do you want water?"
Crow: "Do you want water?"
at this the farmer began to laugh a creepy old laugh. hahahahaha!
And the crow heard this too.
So soon. the farmer would say "Do you want water? Hahahahaha"
and the crow would say "Do you want water? hahahahahah"
This upset the famer a little, but he did not know why, so he would say to the crow after that, 'Go to Hell! Hahahahaha"
And soon the crow learned this too.
In the end, the crow only learned to say the following thing:
Crow: "Do you want water?
"Go to Hell!"
The crow in this story is innocent, as he is only repeating what he was conditioned to repeat.
As humans, we are held accountable to a higher standard.
We can not just repeat what we have heard.
We can not refuse water to another soul just because we have been conditioned to believe that is ok.
We must work together to live.
Not condemn each other for our misconceptions and personal faults.
I hope you can all hear truth in this. I know I have.
I LOVE YOU ALL SO MUCH IT HURTS!!!!!