The truth is out there, but the problem is me. The whole of Yah’s creation tingles with the feel of the Creator’s touch, but sometimes the obvious is hidden because we are just not seeing it. The scriptures tell us many things about a heart relationship with Yah, and we mostly skip over them because we use the word ‘heart’ as a euphemism for emotion of any sort.
To us, things have to be mind orientated, and thus we look to the intellect and its sources of knowledge, things that we call facts, but many of which are actually fictions.
Because we have our own godship; our own ability to decide what is good and bad, we apply our own judgement to the themes that are presented to us, and because our knowledge of good and bad is corrupted and incomplete, truths can hide in the shadows of our intellects and lies can prosper and grow appearing to be vessels of light..
Then when the truths emerge our instinct is to reject them and seek the comfort of the familiar. Thus we stay in the pig sty of religion and tradition.
We look to Rabbis and sages, vicars and priests to sort out the confusion, and they give us their wisdom based upon their knowledge of good and bad which is often more corrupt and greedy than ours.
Yah writes Torah on our hearts not on our minds, without Torah the heart is terribly corrupt. When we start to seek Yah’s truths and discard man’s ‘truths’ then Yah does something very wonderful, he orients us towards Himself, he cleanses the corruption and slowly and carefully reveals further truths to us, he writes them on our Hearts.
But we must co-operate Yah and me, He does His bit, and I must be humble enough to trust Him. He does not want any of the bits of me that I am so proud of, He does not want any of MY knowledge of good and bad, He wants to replace all of that with the TRUTH of His creation for that is the whole truth and, my opinion of it does not count.
Am I going to let Yah rip through my treasured schemes and ambitions?
I may have big plans to teach the word of god to all, but which god? Me?
Yah will show us His truth, and write His Torah on our hearts, but only when we start listening to Him alone are we of any use to Him.
Yah wants us to preach His Kingdom, the whole of Creation, not our own puny little kingdom of our personal goods and evils.