My Thoughts on Religion



Which one do you choose? Is one correct and the others wrong? Are you sure?

Read what the Bible has to say about which is the correct way to find rest for your souls {so you think you don’t have a choice?} Consider choosing the road less traveled. Consider choosing that narrow path that will lead you to your reunification with the Father.

There is wisdom in the above scripture. Read it slowly, over and over. Let it sink in. This is  your way out. You may never get another chance, don’t let this opportunity slip by. Time is short!

“I am the Master of My Fate, I am the Captain of my Soul” – Invictus, Henley.

It may come as a surprise to many of you but you do have choices in this life. Some may have told you, in the past, that you don’t but I’m here to tell you that you do, especially when it comes to ‘religion and religious beliefs’. I personally feel that I no longer have ‘religious beliefs’ but I do believe in a Creator God and His plan for me {and others} returning back to Him. Maybe some would call that a religious belief however I just call it ‘a journey back home’, my true home {read the Parable of the Prodigal Son} . I believe all/most individuals, currently living, are not truly seeking the Creator God. I usually call this being ‘The Father’ because I believe that he is the one that made me, in my original form {not this physical body}, in my beginning. This did not take place on earth but in a heavenly place that He chose. The main religions of the world do not prescribe to the Father’s teachings but to standard Christian, Jewish or Muslim beliefs. You and I were indoctrinated from early childhood to believe certain religious teachings. It’s difficult to change those beliefs because we are told to do so would be condemning ourselves to hell. Would you believe that by not seeing the religions of the world as ‘false’ and not making changes you are condemning yourselves to stay in hell?

You may say that you want to follow the Creator God but do you really? Are you sure? The journey is not an easy one but it is the only one that can return you to the Father, your true creator (not to be confused with YHWH, or the Elohim, in the Book of Genesis within the Bible – more on that at a later time). Or, you may say ‘I will continue to worship the same god I always have’. I would ask ‘do you know the god you worship?’ Are you sure?

We are told to seek out the ‘old paths’ {read the scripture at the top of page}. Unfortunately, if you read the whole verse you will read “but they said we will not walk therein”. Will you be one that says you will not walk the path that returns you to the Father? Yes, you do have a serious question to ask yourself. The choice is yours and yours alone. Regrettably, most people will not look/think outside the box/prison called Christianity in which they live. I can honestly say that believing in and following the doctrines of Christianity, or any of the doctrines of any world religion, is not going to get you back to the Father. And that’s a shame. We have been lied to our whole lives by those in charge {yes, even the ‘church’}. Think about it. I bet you can come up with at least several things you have been lied to about from religious leaders. Was I correct?  We are told to seek out the ‘old paths’. Is it possible that ‘the old paths’ predate the Bible?

Here’s a bit of a history lessen.  You might want to be aware of this.

 

Information below is from ancientcripts.com

The Sumerians were one of the earliest urban societies to emerge in the world, in Southern Mesopotamia more than 5000 years ago. They developed a writing system whose wedge-shaped strokes would influence the style of scripts in the same geographical area for the next 3000 years. Eventually, all of these diverse writing systems, which encompass both logo-phonetic, consonantal alphabetic, and syllabic systems, became known as cuneiform.
It is actually possible to trace the long road of the invention of the Sumerian writing system. For 5000 years before the appearance of writing in Mesopotamia, there were small clay objects in abstract shapes, called clay tokens, that were apparently used for counting agricultural and manufactured goods. As time went by, the ancient Mesopotamians realized that they needed a way to keep all the clay tokens securely together (to prevent loss, theft, etc), so they started putting multiple clay tokens into a large, hollow clay container which they then sealed up. However, once sealed, the problem of remembering how many tokens were inside the container arose. To solve this problem, the Mesopotamians started impressing pictures of the clay tokens on the surface of the clay container with a stylus. Also, if there were five clay tokens inside, they would impress the picture of the token five times, and so problem of what and how many inside the container was solved.

Subsequently, the ancient Mesopotamians stopped using clay tokens altogether, and simply impressed the symbol of the clay tokens on wet clay surfaces. In addition to symbols derived from clay tokens, they also added other symbols that were more pictographic in nature, i.e. they resemble the natural object they represent. Moreover, instead of repeating the same picture over and over again to represent multiple objects of the same type, they used different kinds of small marks to “count” the number of objects, thus adding a system for enumerating objects to their incipient system of symbols. Examples of this early system represents some of the earliest texts found in the Sumerian cities of Uruk and Jamdat Nasr around 3300 BCE, such as the one below.

You can read more about the previous example at www.metmuseum.org.

The Sumerian writing system during the early periods was constantly in flux. The original direction of writing was from top to bottom, but for reasons unknown, it changed to left-to-right very early on (perhaps around 3000 BCE). This also affected the orientation of the signs by rotating all of them 90° counterclockwise. Another change in this early system involved the “style” of the signs. The early signs were more “linear” in that the strokes making up the signs were lines and curves. But starting after 3000 BCE these strokes started to evolve into wedges, thus changing the visual style of the signs from linear to “cuneiform”. {End acientscripts.com}
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