Thursday, February 25, 2016

There are no unknowns in the Kingdom

by Anthony J. Whitehouse CS

but human existence appears laced with uncertainty and the idea that there are things going on which are driven by forces that one does not know about. How often are we confronted with the notion "I don't what to do here because all this is unfamiliar to me. I don't know why I am having this problem or what is going on".

Spiritual creation completely negates this way of thinking because it is category in its understanding that creation is entirely perfect now and that so called unknowns are impossible in the kingdom.
Why is it important to understand this? Because unless one understands the mayhem that the belief in the unknown creates one will continue to harbour the idea that unknowns are possible and things will go bang in the night.

What error is actually proposing with this belief in unknowns is that there are vacuums where God does not exist. Which of course is metaphysical nonsense.

The great advantage of destroying the belief in unknowns , imponderables and the underived is that it destroys the fruit of the false belief. Cancer is after all just the fruit of the belief in the unknown in that error pretends that it appears for no particular reason and it does not have a cure. It operates apparently without reason.

If we look to scripture we find the promise that allows us to set aside the appearance of spontaneous error.

For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end. — Jer 29:11

What is death after all? It is ultimate of the belief of that I do not know what will become of me!

Death is only problematic because the human mind cannot imagine what life is like after death. The problem that death introduces is the fear of the unknown. Jesus dealt with this nonsense by reappearing three days after his crucifixion in flesh and blood. He demonstrated that life was eternal and hence there were no unknowns are dark places of ignorance.

Life becomes a very different experience when one loses fear of the dark which is also the fear of the unknown. The fear of the unknown necessarily disappears before the spiritual truth that man must always be aware of the Truth and cannot contemplate error and the unknown because such things are non sequiturs to the divine Mind.

Mrs Eddy emphasizes this question when she writes:

Does God send sickness, giving the mother her child for the brief space of a few years and then taking it away by death? Is God creating anew what He has already created? The Scriptures are definite on this point, declaring that His work was finished, nothing is new to God, and that it was good — SH 206:19

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