Life’s Big Question #3

If you could ask God one question, what would it be?

I would ask God WHY did you deliver your messages in such a way that they can be interpreted in so many ways and then twisted and spun to suit the desires of individuals and groups of individuals. WHY make us guess, speculate and hypothesize, why not be straight up and just tell us the way it is—I have read that had you done so this would have put your believers at the time in danger. Well, just let me say it has created all kinds of problems not the least of which has been eternal wars!

 

2 Responses to Life’s Big Question #3

  • The question I would ask . . . “If we are allowed as many incarnations as it takes to learn life lessons, doesn’t that mean You don’t really judge us in the ways we are taught in church and Sunday School?” It sounds to me as if You just allow us to come back for a do-over until we finally get it.

  • Sally Ford says:

    I totally agree Ruth! As I have said before, if this life is all there is, what is the point! I believe in reincarnation until we get it right–kinda reminds me of the movie, Ground Hog Day 😉 There are some interesting books on this subject, here are a couple I have in my library:
    “Many Lives, Many Masters” and “Same Soul, Many Bodies” both by Brian Weiss. M.D.
    “Journey of Souls” by Michael Newton, Ph.D.