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God’s plan of salvation

God is the epitome of goodness and virtue. He is a humble being of utmost honesty, integrity, justness, moral purity and goodness. He is peaceful, kind, patient and longsuffering. He cares about people. He is everything that Jesus was when he walked this earth. Jesus was God. We can learn the nature of God from the life and teachings of Jesus. God is the type of being that he wants his creation to be: good, peaceful, humble, honest, kind, patient, forgiving, morally pure, etc. These are the traits of the divine nature.

The following quotations of Cicero give insight into the nature of man:

“Whatever that be which thinks, understands, wills, and acts. it is something celestial and



“Be sure that it is not you that is mortal, but only your body. For that man whom your outward

form reveals is not yourself; the spirit is the true self, not that physical figure which can be

pointed out by your finger.”


Each of us is a little bit of the celestial, divine spirit with knowledge of right and wrong and capacity for both Good and Evil. What God asks of his creation is not really unreasonable. He asks us to demonstrate in our lives here on earth our love of Virtue and Goodness, and our commitment to Virtue and Goodness, by disciplined, good, clean, moral, virtuous living. Only proven good people are to be allowed to live with him in his land (heaven) after death. Our life here is a proving ground. Our life here is our opportunity to prove our commitment to God, Virtue and Goodness and the things He represents. He has endowed us with a conscience, the ability to distinguish right from wrong, and the power of Reason. In addition he has revealed himself to mankind through a people he selected — the Jews. Through the Jewish Bible and Jesus Christ, he has revealed his commandments for man. We have God’s word (Old and New Testaments) for instruction and help.

This world we live in is ruled by Satan, the spirit of evil and wickedness, the fallen angel, the rebel against God, the great enemy of God. Satan and his workers try to pull man away from God, goodness and virtue and towards wickedness and evil. Every man has a fleshly nature that is inclined towards badness, evil and foolishness. He also has within him a power of reason and understanding, an ability to discern right from wrong, and the power to do what is right if he wishes.

God only asks that we repent of our sinful ways and turn to him and live good, clean, virtuous lives. If we repent of our sins, he has promised that he will forgive them. If we repent of our sins, and follow Him, our sins are atoned for by the death of Jesus on the cross.

Oct 2013

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