I love beginnings – mornings, new projects, puppies, babies, new years. So, every January I feel hopeful. But this new year I am feeling something more than hope – it is more like a delicious anticipation, the dawning of joy. Perhaps 2018 will be the year of truth, the year everything that is hidden is shown in the full light of day, the year that light is shined into every dark dusty corner.
This might not seem like such great news to everybody. None of us are perfect, but the more evil you do, the more painful the light is going to be. Once the purge is over it will be a better world for everyone, including the perpetrators of evil. No true human being wants to live in the filth of evil and sin – with all the stress and nightmares, unpleasant deals with the devil’s representatives, and worries about being exposed. If all the good things in your life – the power, the travel, the great food, the expensive medical treatments, the luxurious houses – are supported by evil things such as financial corruption, blackmail, exploitation, or immoral trade practices, well it’s time for all that stuff to come to an end. You’ll be happier in the long run — once you repent and receive forgiveness from the Father, the real God, the source of all that exists.
I’ve done quite a bit of research in the past year and have come to realize that the world system enjoyed by the rich and powerful depends upon the exploitation and victimization of multitudes, in fact most of the world’s population. I’ve had glimmers of this insight before. I used to think about the cathedrals, the art, the castles, the horses, and the jewels of rich people in history and how they could not have lived that way and had those things without the back-breaking labor of numerous servants, humans who barely had enough food to sustain life. I used to think, “Thank goodness it’s not like that anymore. We have electricity and appliances. Now people can live good lives without servants.”
I did not know it is still like that — millions working at subsistence level so the few can live in luxury — but on a different level, and more concealed from the middle classes, mostly through propaganda and suburban isolation. I am not among the rich and powerful but I thought I had a good life. I have been one of the lucky ones in that I have had reliable food and shelter all my life and have been able to support my children and lived without constant danger, though maybe not as lucky as I thought I was. I have spent much of my life believing things that are not true. I have been deceived.
The current system that is based on fear and predation ought never have been allowed to begin, much less go on for centuries. In January 2013 Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer famously said in a TV news interview, “Let me tell you: You take on the intelligence community — they have six ways from Sunday at getting back at you.” When I heard that I thought, “Why should we be living in a system in which we are supposed to be afraid of some ‘intelligence community’?” In Mr. Schumer’s world, he spoke the truth. But the kind of world system where this statement is true has to end because it is not what our good creator has in mind for the human race.
The system alluded to by Chuck Schumer includes not only an unelected shadow government but high-level money laundering to conceal human trafficking and the exploitation of humans as sex slaves, low wage slaves, and just plain slaves. Then there are the folks at my level: tax slaves and war-fighting slaves. War benefits the few and kills the many. Taxes force working people to pay for all of it. This whole system must and will come to an end, and the sooner the better. If nothing else, it will collapse under its own weight. But in addition to the grossly overstuffed weight of evil, there are forces in play that are working to to bring it down. People all over the world are waking up.
I am looking forward to the world that is going to emerge from the sludge once the evil is exposed and swept away. It will be different and it will be better. There will be a period of rehabilitation – like after you have survived a life-threatening fever and are weak for a while but know you are on the road to recovery. We must be especially kind and gentle during that transition period, even to the evil doers themselves. Many of them were deceived and many were born into the evil system or pulled in as young adults.
All of us, no matter what we’ve done or how we have lived will have ample opportunity to repent, embrace, and be part of the new world system, which will be based on our Father’s eternal law of love and kindness. Who, given the chance, would not want to be part of it? It will be delight: wave upon wave of unfolding joy. Those of us who have lived in the darkness, been deceived, or been victimized will experience unimaginable joy just by the sheer comparison.
Have you ever suffered poverty or been freezing cold and then received a financial windfall or gotten to a warm place? Have you ever thought a loved one was going to die and then found out they were going to live? Have you ever lost a child and then found him safe and sound? Then you have experienced a drop of the kind of joy you will know as a member of the human family in the new world.
If you have robbed or raped or murdered people, you will go to prison. I don’t like that there will be prisons in the new world, at least in the transition period, but the people must see justice done as part of the healing process. If you repent and accept God’s system of love, kindness, and non-violence, then even in your prison cell you will be happier than you were as a beneficiary of that blood- and fear-soaked system that is gone forever. Human souls are eternal. Your prison term may last the remainder of your physical life, but after that you can look forward to joy as far an your imagination can see.
Our loving Father wants to forgive those who seek forgiveness. Some people are angry about the suffering you have caused and wish you to burn in hell. But lucky for you, our God is eager to forgive all sinners who come to Him. I think the only souls who go to hell are those who will not repent and refuse to embrace the truth, even when it staring them in the face. God wants to forgive but will not force you.
Yeshua explained all of this to his disciples and to the human race during his ministry on earth 2000 or so years ago. If you re-read the gospels, starting with Matthew 5, the Sermon on the Mount, with your ears fully perked to hear the truth, you may find the words of Christ making more sense in 2018 than they ever have before.