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Faith in God is faith in me

Posted: Sat Aug 29, 2015 2:55 am
by Alkhemst
I little bit ago I had a vision of sorts where I was shown a place in the spirit world, I'm not sure where exactly but get a sense it was somewhere in the celestial spheres. I could see the strong light source and was told its God's light that gives life to everything there. There was people around and buildings that floated as well as those on a landscape. Couldn't see the people but saw like flashes of their faces welcoming and smiling. Everything had a quality of translucence and color. I went down to a pool of water surrounded by plants and lay on the sand by the water and started to try and open up to God. This kind of beam of light came down and I was crying, a group of people where around me supporting me, like I could feel their energy to stay with it. I noticed that my body looked dull and the light as if sparked up a small ball of light at the area of my heart, I kind of questioned what this is in my mind and was told God's love activates your heart, it is compassion growing and resentment is what dulls it. I was feeling the resentment I have for my mother, and the feeling of not wanting to let go of it at the same time as feeling some of the pain behind it. After a while I felt like I wanted to rest this, and I just saw a man standing by me. I felt it was perhaps Jesus. He said to me that what he had told me before was important, that I need to have courage which comes about by faith. He added that faith in God is faith in his laws and processes that follow it will bring about loving results always and this is why faith brings courage. I replied that I don't know what to do (about a personal situation) he said that having faith is not knowing what to do but knowing that exactly what I need to do will be shown to me. Also he said that his faith in God is ultimately faith in me being able to take the steps towards gaining genuine courage in my life, because God's laws will bring this about no matter what and that's why he has faith in me. He also said that God has so many gifts waiting for me if only I would take those steps. He was way taller than me, wearing white but I couldn't see his face and he hugged me and for a moment he got smaller was wearing a colourful shirt and shorts like AJ, then I said goodbye.

Re: Faith in God is faith in me

Posted: Sat Aug 29, 2015 2:59 am
by Alkhemst
Just want to say I really don't like sharing this kind of stuff because I'm critical of it being not an actual experience but just in my head. I suppose I'm kind of going with the suggestion in it and thought that maybe others would appreciate me sharing it.

Re: Faith in God is faith in me

Posted: Sat Aug 29, 2015 5:53 am
by Alkhemst
I reckon on more reflection these types of experiences for me are perhaps a form of communication that could come from spirits who want to pass an idea or description to help me and that's the way I see in my mind. Anyway was one of the more profound one's I've had lately which inspired me to share.

Re: Faith in God is faith in me

Posted: Sat Aug 29, 2015 5:57 am
by Alkhemst
One more wierd thing - was describing this to my wife and as soon as I mentioned the word "faith" her phone started playing a tune in her bag out of the blue. It's one she hasn't listened to for a long time she said. It was by the band "Faith no more" the song "midlife crisis".

Re: Faith in God is faith in me

Posted: Sun Aug 30, 2015 6:51 am
by Teresa French
Alkhemst wrote:... He added that faith in God is faith in his laws and processes that follow it will bring about loving results always and this is why faith brings courage. I replied that I don't know what to do (about a personal situation) he said that having faith is not knowing what to do but knowing that exactly what I need to do will be shown to me....
Thanks for this David. Two gems for me to reflect on.
Ta
Teresa

Re: Faith in God is faith in me

Posted: Mon Aug 31, 2015 8:14 am
by Alkhemst
Teresa wrote:
Alkhemst wrote:... He added that faith in God is faith in his laws and processes that follow it will bring about loving results always and this is why faith brings courage. I replied that I don't know what to do (about a personal situation) he said that having faith is not knowing what to do but knowing that exactly what I need to do will be shown to me....
Thanks for this David. Two gems for me to reflect on.
Ta
Teresa
Thanks Teresa, it's pertinent for me, has been for a while. I'm glad there's something in it for you. God's laws are certainly precise. Don't know where this comes from but came to mind:
The mills of the gods grind slowly, but they grind exceedingly fine

Re: Faith in God is faith in me

Posted: Thu Dec 17, 2015 9:07 am
by Sandra T
Hi David

Sounds like an amazing experience and even more amazing is how clearly you remember it. The truths you received in your experience remind me of so many of the Padgett messages from Celestial Spirits that always encourage faith. Faith and Prayer are the two central themes of advise in all the messages. I have never given much thought though about the profound relationship between faith and courage, which is related to trust I suppose as well. And now upon reflection James is always actually encouraged to have courage as well in relation to his worldly worries.

I love the message about faith not being about knowing what to do, but knowing that you will be shown what to do. This reminds me of a child trusting in his/her parents' guidance, and the desire to perform the action him/herself. The statement about faith in God meaning faith in self makes so much sense, as the creation having faith in its Great Creator, would ultimately mean having faith in self. So I guess we can gauge our faith in God based on the amount of faith we have in ourselves, or vice versa???

This also reminds me of small children having unconditional faith in themselves, having a burning desire to have a go by themselves at almost anything no matter what.

Thank you for sharing this David, I hope you are doing well and please send my love to Maya and your daughter, how old is she now?

Sandra