“Love each other”

In John 13, verses 34 and 35, Jesus tells us, “So now I am giving you a new commandment: Love each other. Just as I have loved you, you should love each other. Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples.”

Before I interacted with Jesus as the consciousness of the Sun, while using a legal substance over a few years, I didn’t really understand that love is the basis of Christianity. I experienced Christ to be a sacred being of light, who wrapped me in a feeling of love and peace and safety which was unlike anything I had ever felt before. I felt the depth of his love for humanity, and how much he wants each of us to allow him into our lives so that he can purify our souls of transgressions and guide us along a spiritual path that is healthy for our souls.

He wants to do this for us so that we can join him and God in the heavenly realms someday. Christ talks about his followers as his flock of sheep many times in the Gospels, that he loves and protects and keeps watch over. He wants every single human being to become one of his flock, and to repent of our transgressions against ourselves and others, and to follow his commandments to love others as ourselves and to love God with all of our hearts.

When I experienced the presence of Christ, it felt to me like he is made of love itself. I felt completely warm, safe, and protected when I was surrounded by his being, like he is love personified. I felt the same way in the presence of God the Father as well. It was only after these experiences that I begin to really understand the Christianity that I was raised in. More than anything, Christ wants us to allow his love to come through us, and for all of us to act out of love in all  of our interactions with others.

He wants us to reflect his divinity and sacred nature so that others will be drawn to him through us, so that they too can receive the Salvation that he promises all of us. He also wants us to trust him; and to rely on him and his wisdom when it comes to interacting with our fellows, because he knows the backstory of everyone’s life. We humans can only perceive our own pain many times, and even if we empathize with others we don’t know what motivates their behavior. But Jesus does, and he wants us to love them the same way that he does, trusting in his unconditional love for everyone.

It was this love for all of us that motivated him to endure such suffering to bring the message of Salvation through repentance and forgiveness of sin to earth so that all of us can know how to have our souls purified by him and to be able to ascend to the heavenly realms upon our passing. Christ wants us to always be reaching toward him, to stretch our hearts and souls to love others as deeply as he loves us, and to trust in him when we are baffled or confused by the behavior of others. Love is his primary commandment to us, and it is when we strive to emulate his supremely loving nature that we are most connected to his divinity.

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