In Jeremiah 22, verse three, we are told, “This is what the Lord says: Be fair-minded and just. Do what is right! Help those who have been robbed; rescue them from their oppressors. Quit your evil deeds! Do not mistreat foreigners, orphans, and widows. Stop murdering the innocent!” The verses continue with a promise from God that he will always have a descendant of David on the throne in Jerusalem if his people obey him, and if they do not, they will suffer dire consequences.
This passage makes it clear to us that we have to stand up for those who are oppressed and try to make their lives better. Throughout both the Old and New Testament this theme is consistent; God and Christ both give us this directive as something that accompanies the commitment we make to submit to their spiritual authority as their spiritual children.
When I interacted with Christ as the consciousness of the Sun it seemed to me that he was made of pure love; he surrounded me in his radiant, golden light and he allowed me to feel a sense of compassion, peace, and mercy that I had never experienced before. It became clear to me that this is how he wants us to feel for others; he wants us to regard them with the same love and mercy that he feels for us.
Christ makes it clear in the Gospels that there is no division between him and his Father, God Almighty; he says in many different ways that he and God are of the same mind on all things. He and God want all of us to try to find the ways in which we can alleviate the suffering of the disadvantaged and to practice this philosophy as a way of life, rather than trying to find comfort in the physical life, which is very brief and exists in a realm which follows completely different rules than that of God’s Heavenly Kingdom. Instead, they want us to live our lives radiating the same love to others that they feel for all of us, connecting to that love as often as possible and channeling it through our hearts to others in as many ways as we possibly can.
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