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Recall Your Past And Add Two + Two

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Posted by Alan on May 7, 2002 08:44:46 UTC

Trying to figure out which religion is right?

Any other subject; understand the past to know the present. Suggestion: recall your past- 5 years age, 4 years, 3 years, 2 years, 1 year, 6 months, 3 months, 1 month, 1 week, 1 day, 1 minute, before birth........

Then can see the religions with new insight.........

What I found:

The general patterns that come across about Jesus, are patterns that are logically consistent with the natural nature of newborn babies. So here is a part of the explanation of Jesus's comment "I will be with you till the end of time". He is the nature of the real (as seen in baby-nature) you.

The nature of Jesus is mankind's true nature.
You can discover this by recall.

Jesus says "No one comes to the Father except through Me". This may include the following idea: "No one comes to EXISTENCE (the Father, Creator) except through their own 'Jesus-like'
true self 'me' (i.e. re. you; through original-nature 'you' who is like Jesus (if you recall when you were a 1 day old baby you would understand this).

To be fully 'you' is to be with "BEING" Who is Existence the Creator, the Alpha and Omega.

-dolphin

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