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5 Steps to be with God


Step One:  Realize you are on the wrong path


There are two forces ruling civilization, one right and one wrong.  Many go down the wrong path for years not knowing what they are doing is against God.  The truth is the light.  Pure and simple.  There will be a time for each of us when God calls us to the light.  


Step Two:  Realize God is Good


Psalms 86:15

But thou, o Lord, art a God merciful and gracious,

Slow to anger and abundant in lovingkindness and truth.


Psalms 68: 5-6

A father to the fatherless and a judge for the widows is God in his holy habitation.

God makes a home for the lonely; 

He leads out the prisoners in prosperity;

Only the rebellious dwell in parched land.


Step Three:  Let Him heal you


If you let Him, God, through Jesus Christ, will save you from the demonic forces that torment you.  He will root them right out with no problem.  Then He will show you the way to salvation. 


Step 4:  Repent for what you have done wrong 


Repentance for sins against God should be done with great care and respect.  It’s not like saying sorry to mom and dad for breaking into the cookie jar.  It’s a prayerful and serious matter to bring to God your hurtful and corrupt thoughts and deeds and ask for forgiveness.  But there is nothing too terrible that God will not forgive if you have a sincere heart. 


Step 5:  Stay on the right path


God wants us all there with Him at the end of this world.  If you keep your eyes and ears open to them, Jesus’ teachings and the Holy Spirit are here to guide you home.





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For a long time he has been awakening in the middle of the night with that peculiar meditation which as been pursuing him for very many years. This has been a normal thing in his life. It is not a conscious, deliberate pursuit of mediation or an unconscious desire to achieve something. It is very clearly uninvited and unsought. He has been adroitly watchful of though making a memory of these meditations. And so each meditation has a quality of something new and fresh in it. There is a sense of accumulating drive, unsought and uninvited. Sometimes it is so intense that there is pain in the head, sometimes a sense of vast emptiness with fathomless energy. Sometimes he wakes up with laughter and measureless joy. These peculiar mediations, which naturally were unpremediated, grew with intensity. Only on the days he travelled or arrived late of an evening would they stop; or when he had to wake early and travel.
With the arrival in Rishi Valley in the middle of November 1979 the momentum increased and one night in the strange stillness of that part of the world, with the silence undisturbed by the hoot of owls, he woke up to find something totally different and new. The movement had reached the source of all energy. This must in no way be confused with, or even thought of, as god or the highest principle, the Brahman, which are projections of the human mind out of fear and longing, the unyielding desire for total security. It is none of those things. Desire cannot possibly reach it, words cannot fathom it nor can the string of thought wind itself around it. One may ask with what assurance do you state that it is the source of all energy? One can only reply with complete humility that it is so.
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