Black Spirituality Religion : The human form of Lord has no obligation to see that every body recognizes Him

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  1. dattaswami1

    dattaswami1 Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The human form of Lord has no obligation to see that every body recognizes Him

    The Lord comes in human form in every human generation. All people may not recognize Him. Only a few devotees can recognize Him and get the benefit of liberation form these worldly bonds. The human form of Lord has no obligation to see that every body recognizes Him. Of course, He will try the level best to give His identity and to reveal Himself slowly according to the speed of digestion of the devotees. The teacher comes to the class and teaches the class impartially to His level best in view of the capacity of digestion of the sitting students in the class with equal approach.

    Some attend the class very carefully and get first class. Some attend with less care and just pass. Some do not attend and fail. The student is responsible about his final result. Similarly, some recognize the human incarnation as Lord. Some recognize the human incarnation as a blessed devotee. Some treat the human incarnation as an ordinary human being. For this variation God is not at all responsible.


    Suppose, the teacher comes to a class in one year and does not come to next batch of the same class, it is injustice on the part of the teacher to favor one batch and not the other batch. Similarly, the human incarnation cannot favor one human generation only by direct contact.
     
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    It's up to us, as ones faithful, to recognize the Holy Son for who He is, and what He has done in His sacrifice for our sins that we might be salvaged to the Father.

    And it's up to us to believe in His works and resurrection, that we might be justified by the Anointed King, and be redeemed to the Father and Son forevermore. :)
     
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