Heal The Sick & Raise The Dead. Faith Can Move Mountains.

The Bible speaks of faith moving mountains. Turning water into wine. Multiplying bread and fish. Healing the sick and raising the dead. “All these things that I have done you can do and more.”

The Bible also speaks of forgiveness and love. Forgive thy enemies. Love and bless thy enemies. Do not judge lest you be judged. Treat others as you wish to be treated.

What if these two prevailing themes are related? What if the key to moving mountains, healing the sick and raising the dead is forgiveness, love and the end of judgment?

What if it’s not a what if? What if that’s the way it is?

Then this is our mission, each and every one of us: To love ye one another. There is nothing more important. There is nothing else to seek. There is nothing else to do.

If you love your planet, if you love your country, if you love your family and your children: Let go of judgment. Let go of thoughts of vengeance. Let go of the belief in differences.

Recognize the Oneness of everything. See yourself in everyone and everything. We’re all in this together.

There can be no eternal peace, no everlasting joy if we leave even one soul behind. Love ye one another.

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  1. Abram

    “as best you can”, just as I’m about to dismiss this message, I come back when I realize that ‘as best I can’ is all I can do.


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