22 May


Paul D. Hudon
                                        WE JUDGE EVERYDAY OF THE WEEK
By. Paul D. Hudon
We pass judgement on every incidence in our lives and we never hesitate to do this. Now we go to a funeral and all of the dead are going to heaven. Yet, every day of their life we designated them to hell. Yes, we judge everybody because we compare them to ourselves the norm. Yet. we fail to see the uniqueness of each of these individual lives. Since there is no one like us and there has never been or will ever be. So why do we do this? Yes, why do we judge when they are not you and will never be you. “For we dare not make ourselves of the number, or compare ourselves with some that commend themselves: but they measuring themselves by themselves, and comparing themselves among themselves, are not wise.” Now, even the scriptures they believe in tells them it is not wise. Yet, we have the vanity to think that they are the norm and every other people around them should emulate them. Get off your high horses you are unique which is greater than being a carbon copy. Do not let anyone ever clone you. Be you and be the best you-you can be. You are the perfect you, just compare your self with who you were yesterday and be a better you today. Seek to rise to become a more perfect, you. Seek for the mark of the high calling which is Christ the Universal Creator Supreme God in you the hope of Glory. Yes, climb to the sublime. Count it all joy when found in the diverse trial. then we have Christ’s suggestion to us, be you perfect as God has I we could not be perfect we would walk in the flesh.
I am perfect because I BELIEVE I am AND IT IS PROMISED I WOULD BECOME perfect what I BELIEVE. Now I am promised this perfection hence I believe I AM I  BECOME.  Bless the LORD, O my soul. O LORD my God, thou art very great; Thou art clothed with honour and majesty: Who covers thyself with light as with a garment… Psalm CIV What you place behind I AM either in writing or in speech YOU BECOME. Divine love and wisdom are substance and form in themselves, thus the one and only absolute. E. Swedenborg

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