By Neale Donald Walsch
Resuming the discussion the place booklet 1 left off, Conversations with God, e-book 2 strikes from own matters to extra international and political matters. incorporated are questions on the character of time and house and human sexuality, in addition to geophysical and geopolitical concerns of globally implication.
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Well... limbo. ” But why couldn’t that beautiful, innocent child be with God? The child did nothing wrong... That’s true, but the child was not baptized. No matter how faultless or innocent babies are— or any persons, for that matter—they have to be baptized to get into heaven. Otherwise God can’t accept them. That’s why it’s important to have your children baptized quickly, soon after birth. Who told you all this? God. Through His church. Which church? The Holy Roman Catholic Church, of course.
They are simply Events and Experiences— things that happen. It is what we think of them, do about them, be in response to them, that gives them meaning. Events and experiences are opportunities drawn to you—created by you individually or collectively, through consciousness. Consciousness creates experience. You are attempting 35 to raise your consciousness. You have drawn these opportunities to you in order that you might use them as tools in the creation and experiencing of Who You Are. Who You Are is a being of higher consciousness than you are now exhibiting.
If I have always been “me” —in the “past” and in the “future”—how could I have been someone else, another person, in a past life? You are a Divine Being, capable of more than one experience at the same “time”—and able to divide your Self into as many different “selves” as you choose. You can live the “same life” over and over again, in different ways—as I’ve just explained. And you can also live different lives at different “times” on the Continuum. ” 43 Good grief—this gets “complicateder” and “complicateder”!
Conversations With God : An Uncommon Dialogue (Book 2) by Neale Donald Walsch