If we could see ourselves through the eyes of the Creator, what would He want us to know? What would He see that we are missing in our lives, in our perspectives, in our thinking? Perhaps we have come a long way, or at least some of us, in tapping into some of the truths of the universe. Perhaps we are on the edge of discovering what the purpose of this existence really is. Perhaps the answer has been right in front of us, yet we have been blind to it this whole time.
An amazing thing is happening in our day. What has been commonly considered spiritual magic and the power of the gods, as part of the religions of the world over the millennia, is now being studied, understood and widely accepted for what it really is: the intrinsic elements of God’s design found within the realm of the universe (His creation).
There are many laws hidden within the creation that – if we align with these laws – we will find success and if we disregard them, we will find disastrous results. The problem has been that, for many millennia, we have been ignorant of these laws. We have misunderstood how things work and have destroyed and damaged so much along the way.
Based on my own observances of the world today, there are many polarized perspectives out there in the world. And, though, there are those who are very evil in our world today, there are also those who are manifesting real goodness. It certainly appears to me that many people’s eyes are being opened to newly recognized, intrinsic truths about the universe, and our interactions with it. Yet, in many cases, often these same people are not all coming from a Biblical background.
So, for those of us that are coming from a Biblically based understanding of things, we may be quite uncomfortable with the fact that people are figuring out these amazing truths, and successfully applying them to their lives for good. This also may cause some Biblically-oriented individuals to dismiss these truths altogether. Yet, if we can let go of our own fears and preconceived ideas, we need not be uncomfortable with these amazing insights that many wise individuals in our day are sharing with others, in love and service.
“A wise man will hear and increase learning, and a man of understanding will attain wise counsel, to understand a proverb and an enigma, the words of the wise and their riddles.” (Pro. 1:5-6)
It is truly vital that people seeking to align themselves with the True Creator walk in overriding trust, and in humbleness. In this case, what this means is that we won’t be “freaked out” when people of diverse backgrounds share wisdom with us, even if that wisdom is sometimes also associated with their particular Spiritual perspectives that may differ from ours. If we trust in God, and completely set aside fear, He will help us to glean every true piece of wisdom from any source of knowledge. This is a tremendous blessing for us, and we can greatly rejoice in this, and find a great source of joy and pleasure in participating in this process of learning and growing, with the help of our loving Creator.
Learning from others of diverse backgrounds also requires humbleness. It means that we don’t presume to have all the answers, and it means that we humbly understand that no matter what another person’s alternative foundation of faith may be, there may be something extremely valuable for us to learn from them. And, it means that we are also humble enough realize that God is working with all kinds of people, as He sees fit, no matter what their religious perspective may be.
“For God is the King of all the earth; sing praises with a psalm! God reigns over the nations; God sits on his holy throne.” (Psa. 47:7-8)