“If we know God, our real business on earth is to live as to permit the Father to reveal himself in our lives….” [UB 1466:02]
Thought Adjuster: “Isn’t it ironic that being omnipresent, our Heavenly Father is, for the most part, granted so little space in the hearts and lives of His earthly children? He anchors His Omnipresence by dispatching Fragments of Himself to indwell His earthly children who are deemed ‘morally fit’—having demonstrated the aptitude to differentiate between good and evil and to act righteously.
“Indeed, the Father wisely invests Himself in the ‘children of the promise’—those who have the potentials to yield forth the abundant fruits of His Spirit so that such an intimate cohabitation does not go against the grain of the unnegotiable core values that He promotes. There has to exist some commonalities between you and Him, as they are the foundation for your budding eternal connection.
“Whenever an individual is totally devoid of empathy and a moral compass, it would be foolish for the Father to plant one of His precious seeds in such a barren soil, as His underlying creative intention is always to find more ways to 'Self-reveal'.
“Therefore, once you get to know Him in some measure, the greatest offering you may place on the altar of your devotion is the willingness to help Him express a facet of Himself through your unique personality—a tiny fragment of His Infinite Selfhood. This is what Jesus did during His human incarnation, as His main agenda was to reveal His Heavenly Father to His less enlightened siblings.
“Getting to know God as a loving Divinity will lead you to act upon the prompting of such an irrepressible force. Be assured that, once you declare your sincere intention to become such a divine outlet, His Spirit will start flooding your being to its full current capacity—infusing it with some of His Divine Luminescence.
This is how you will start attracting those who long to have a similar experience, as explained by Jesus: “… and thus will all God-seeking persons see the Father and ask for our help in finding out more about the God who in this manner finds expression in our lives.” Indeed, the mixed media He uses for His artistic expression greatly add to the human fresca of divine expression.”