God, Religion, Spirituality

Let’s Not Talk religion!

How about instead, we talk about the universal language of love?

You can’t interpret religion anymore. It isn’t consistent, it’s been hypocritical, and its caused wars. God does not want us to be independent of one another. God wants us to work with one another. When He said He is One, he meant all of us!

All of us since we are all created by the same God. That means ALL people of all ethnicities, cultures, and religions are a part of God. The problem is that in our diversity we all have been inconsistent, hypocritical, and caused wars.

So, you want to tell someone your religion? Why not tell them about a religion that everybody can relate to?

Tell them about the religion of love…

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres. Love never fails.

1 Corinthians 13:4-8

Whether you are a baby, a child, adult, have a mental disorder, are blind, broken, or old; everybody understands the universal language of love!

all can relate     to this religion!

Religion tries its best to define God, but we all remain separated by it.

I understand it is important to keep the integrity of the Jewish way, but God reveals Himself through both the Jews and Gentiles, and not just Jews. Us, Gentiles need to learn the truth about the God of Israel through the Jews since there are inconsistencies to our understanding because we don’t know Jesus as a Jew. Thank God for the Jews who love Torah!

God created all of us and loves us both equally. Jesus was Jewish but most Christians don’t identify with what is Jewish; therefore, there is ignorance in our understanding of the God of Israel. Jesus taught the law of the God of Israel through his ministry revealing that God is love for everyone. We need to love one another for the truth of God to be revealed.

We are all ignorant of understanding God fully because not one person knows God complete.

Jesus is that one person that can unite all of us.

God is in all of us. God does not want us to continue to criticize and judge one another of what we don’t understand because the longer we stay separate from one another the longer the ignorance continues.

In this day, religion cannot control or oppress us. We have the freedom to learn and speak openly. Truth is found when we love one another and are not afraid of our differences to learn to appreciate the beauty in our diversity and individuality.

Every religion preaches unity, but are we united?

We all were created by a creative God; therefore, we all are a piece of His magnificent beauty. Beauty is not all of us being the same, but God is the same love for everyone. God’s love is in the unity of our diversity defined through the boundaries of respect for one another’s individuality.

God has allowed COVID-19 to affect all of us equally because he is trying to shake us up to wake us up to say that we are not the ones who are in control! God is calling us to Him to believe in His love by us behaving like Him and show His love to one another.

Now more than ever we should finally see that nothing but the love of God and each other matters.

May we all speak that same universal language of love ❣

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2 thoughts on “Let’s Not Talk religion!”

  1. Its so very difficult for us humans to have a conversation without judgment and to have complete understanding when we are limited by so many things. We have to think outside of ourselves, for the experiences that make up my life are different from those that I am speaking with. Just the word love is taken so many ways, I say that I love a certain food or experience and the person I am speaking with is disgusted by the same things. So I continually ask myself and try to see things from their view in order to better understand and hope to see what I have not seen or understood.

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