THE CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE ACCORDING TO THE
LAW OF GOD
—How can the soul be saved?
—Fulfilling the law of God.
—How is this fulfilment done?
—Doing with everybody what we want others to do to us in the same circumstances and not doing with them what we do not want them to do to us.
—How can we understand when we commit a misdemeanour against the law?
—The guide and protector always warns the protected when he tries to commit it, by warning the conscience which rejects it; the one who obeys the warning never makes a mistake.
—How can we understand the guide?
—Directing our thoughts to the Sun separate from all earthly things we speak and we understand with our thoughts, as with words among men.
—Operating in this way do we not commit misdemeanours in the presence of God?
—Of all the misdemeanours that are committed operating in this way, responds:
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THE DIVINE ATTRIBUTES
God, by the attribute of LOVE, created and is eternally creating the spirits of human beings to be related to them and he gives them a spiritual language to communicate with him and with their spiritual brothers. He creates the plants and animals to serve humanity with all that may be needed.
For PEACE.— He does not meddle with anyone, nor punishes, nor pardons, he is immutable.
For CHARITY.— He allows his superior children to guide the inferior ones to fulfil their duty or mission.
For GOODNESS.— He allows free will to his children so that they fulfil whatever his will is.
For COMPASSION.— He allows as many incarnations as necessary for us to fulfil the mission.
For JUSTICE.— He allows all his children to see and understand with greater clarity as they progress in the fulfilment of the Divine mission.
IT IS THE DUTY OF EACH ONE TO KNOW
Who are you? An exiled spirit.
Where do you come from? My shape from the universal workshop, my intelligence from the central sun.
Why have you been brought here? For not having fulfilled the divine law in other better worlds.
For what purpose have you been brought here? So that I can love my neighbour as myself.
And where must you go away to? To the sun of justice which is our father's house.
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