"You cannot escape your own attitudes, for they will form the nature of what you see. Quite literally you see what you want to see; and you see your own thoughts and emotional attitudes materialized in physical form." Seth
Mind the language (and the typos, "mater"). The premise behind this guys assumption is that religion is for God. It is not. Of course God doesn't need our worship. Worship reminds us of who we are and keeps us from getting too arrogant. We all are sinners in need of a savior. Only the Bible tells us to test the Spirits, thus we must be very cautious when anyone claims to speak for God. And I also disapprove of the televangelists who prey upon people's emotion to rake in cash.
“If you find that you are berating yourself because of something you did yesterday, or ten years ago, you are not being virtuous. You are most likely involved with artificial guilt. Even if a violation occurred, natural guilt does not involve penance. It is meant as a precautionary measure, a reminder before an event.” The Nature of Personal Reality Session 636 Page 152
➰ The private experience that you perceive forms your world, period. But which world do you inhabit? For once you have altered your private sensations of reality, then that world, seemingly the only one, would also change. You go through many transformations of beliefs all the time, and your perception of the world is different. You seem to be, no longer, the person that you were. And you are NOT the person that you were—your world has changed, and not just symbolically ~Seth via Jane…