Nov 22, 2021Liked by Brad Cohn

This resonates, deeply and I'm unsure why.

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Sep 3, 2022·edited Sep 3, 2022

Seriously...this is my new thing...I'm just going to make THIS my new religion...it just resonates with such TRUTH....how can anyone argue with this message? This passes the vibe check...

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Chanelled text Urantia also speaks to Holy Spirit being the Divine Mother. She’s effectively the female counterpart of Christ consciousness.

“The Infinite Spirit, though abiding with the Father and the Son at the center of all things, is destined to function as the actual and effective helper of each Creator Son. Therefore is each Creator Son accompanied by a Creative Daughter of the Infinite Spirit, that being who is destined to become the Divine Minister, the Mother Spirit of the new local universe.”

“…Creator Son is able to invest the associated Mother Spirit with the overcontrol of his spiritual presence on the inhabited worlds and in the hearts of his mortal children. And the Mother Spirit of a local universe remains always at its headquarters, extending her fostering care and spiritual ministry to the uttermost parts of such an evolutionary domain.”

As she has been throughout history. A good book on this is - the Great Marian Apparitions by Ingo Swan.

Urantia says that our Universe was created by sub-logos Michael. Sub-logos are required to incarnate on one planet in their Universe and our sub-logos chose Earth and incarnated as Jesus.

So when she comes as Marian Apparitions, she’s truly very much connected to Christ and she’s his and our Mother as she’s the Mother of all beings in our Universe.

If you smell roses, it’s Her. 🌹🌙💖

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Whoever is reading this, don't listen to Mitch Etling. He is manipulating the context of the Bible, manipulating the Living Word of God to try scare you and make you hate Christians. To anyone reading this - just know that what Mitch has done by posting that message is the opposite of Christ's message - it is anti-Christian. If we take the Bible as Truth, Mitch is proving himself to be an antichrist. He's trying to scare and mislead God's children - which are ALL of us - what he did by posting that is downright evil.

God knows each of our hearts, there is nothing that can be hidden, and He will judge us accordingly - with our human weaknesses and all. If you know a "Christian" that talks like Mitch, stay away from them and go find some real Christians. A true follower of Christ would never speak, or think, that way. Please do your own research and don't criticize a book or make assumptions about it without reading it yourself - you might be surprised at what you find. Here is the message of the Bible: “And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.” 1 Corinthians 13:13

Also, not related to Mitch's comment, but when referencing books of the Bible, please remember that the title of the last Book in the Bible is Revelation, not Revelations. It is about one particular Revelation. That Revelation is that Jesus will come back and triumph over evil. That is the main message of Revelation. So, if conquering evil isn't your thing, then yeah, ignore Jesus and the Bible.

The first part of the Book of Revelation are letters from the Apostle Paul to the different churches of that time. If you read those, you'll see that the message IS LOVE. You will see that he chastises the churches for bad behavior, the same way we do, and should. God hates people like Mitch - they are the worst because they lead so many people astray. However, if Mitch realizes what he's doing, apologizes to God for what he's done to His children, and changes his ways, then he will be forgiven and then even silly Mitch will get to go to Heaven, because our God is a merciful God.

Please stop treating the God of the Bible as if He stands for evil, manipulation, pain, and suffering - those are lies. Keep in mind that Satan is the Father of Lies. Please be careful - do not be deceived. The message of the Bible is all about love.

(And message to Ryan, no one goes to hell for stealing a cookie. God would more likely chuckle with a sparkle in his eye watching one of his babies steal a cookie. God wants us to have cookies, and babies, and sunshine and kittens, and flowers - everything good He created for us.

That doesn't mean, of course, that it's ok to steal cookies - but it definitely will not send you to hell - so Bledsoe's please be careful about what you say - you could inadvertently be spreading fear - which is the exact opposite of what I think you think your mission is. Much love Ryan - you're in a tough position. Every single word you say is going to affect hundreds of thousands of people.

Thanks for letting me post.

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