Discourse on coexist

Feb. 2, 2018                        (accompanying audio below)

This discourse is to uplift and highlight the good things we have been asked to do for our Father and our people. It is not to denigrate anyone. When we see something that is detrimental we can then work to repair it and bring forth the highest and best. This is my intent!

Jesus has asked for us to do as He did and to differentiate our Father from the misrepresentations of God that are so prevalent on our world since the very beginning of this luciferian spiritual rebellion. Rather than do this, coexist breeds more confusion by misrepresenting Jesus as having taught that He embraced all world religions. He did not.

We should not change Jesus’ gospel message like Peter did on the day of Pentecost. Jesus’ gospel message was not coexist (accepting and respecting all world religions). It was the kingdom of our TRUE Father that dwells within each mind.

Coexist

From Urban Dictionary: coexist

A campaign, mainly selling shirts and bumper stickers, promoting the end of discrimination against all religions, as well as all discrimination.
For Jews, Buddhists, Christians, Atheists, Blacks, Whites, Homosexuals -- everyone to get along. To coexist.

A : Oh I bought one of those new coexist bumper stickers...to show I do not discriminate on religion.
B : Oh...wow! I saw a guy with one of those shirts.

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Looking below what do these symbols defining the concept of ‘coexist’ represent? Can you ascertain 5 or 6? Here are just a few:

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Christianity

Judaism

Taiji

Satanism

Atheism

Buddhism

Hinduism

Islam

ac·cept   verb   believe or come to recognize (an opinion, explanation, etc.) as valid or correct.

    By way of an example: Would Jesus have come to recognize as valid or correct Satanism? Then to extrapolate this out to its farthest conclusion would Jesus have accepted coexist?

    re·spect 

    noun 1. a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements.

    Synonyms: esteem, regard, high opinion, admiration, reverence, deference, honor

      "the respect due to a great artist"

      verb 1. admire (someone or something) deeply, as a result of their abilities, qualities, or achievements.

        By way of example: Would Jesus have felt deep admiration for the qualities of $#aria law as taught by the doctrines of |slam? And further, extrapolate this out to its farthest conclusions to ascertain if Jesus would have ever worn a coexist T-shirt?

        “You cannot have equality among religions (religious liberty) without having religious wars unless ALL religions consent to the transfer of all religious sovereignty to some superhuman level, to God himself.” ~ Jesus 134:4.5

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        re·fute

        verb  . prove (a statement or theory) to be wrong or false; disprove.

        de·clare

        verb  1. say something in a solemn and emphatic manner.

        When anyone misrepresented Jesus or maligned His personal character our Master was rather disinterested. However, when anyone misrepresented His Father Jesus was swift to declare with final authority the truth of who His Father is and the holy character and personality that He imbues.

        Jesus was kind and diplomatic when working with Ganid. Yet, He was in no way evasive, politically correct or intimidated to state with emphasis the hard-core truth of how disappointing this world religion was for an enormous swath of humanity searching for spiritual surety.

        “Your Buddha was much better than your Buddhism. Buddha was a great man, even a prophet to his people, but he was an orphan prophet; by that I mean that he early lost sight of his spiritual Father, the Father in heaven. His experience was tragic. He tried to live and teach as a messenger of God, but without God. Buddha guided his ship of salvation right up to the safe harbor, right up to the entrance to the haven of mortal salvation, and there, because of faulty charts of navigation, the good ship ran aground. There it has rested these many generations, motionless and almost hopelessly stranded. And thereon have many of your people remained all these years. They live within hailing distance of the safe waters of rest, but they refuse to enter because the noble craft of the good Buddha met the misfortune of grounding just outside the harbor. And the Buddhist peoples never will enter this harbor unless they abandon the philosophic craft of their prophet and seize upon his noble spirit. Had your people remained true to the spirit of Buddha, you would have long since entered your haven of spirit tranquility, soul rest, and assurance of salvation.” ~ Jesus 132:7.4

        Jesus refers to Buddha or Buddhism as tragic, faulty, run aground, motionless, hopeless, stranded and unfortunate. However, He is uplifting to honor Buddha himself as having a beautiful spirit. These are not words of discouragement but words of grand hope for the truths that we CAN embrace now as we have been given revelation-al (immediate) clarity. And these truths of Jesus that spotlight our true Father are indeed transforming for every human from the inner being out.

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        david norwood