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2021-10-18 00:24:50 (UTC)

Trusting In God Alone! + My Unconventional Beliefs!

I've experienced burn out recently. I had to call out of work Thursday. Friday I went to work, but it was really bad all morning. I'm dreading work tomorrow, but I will trust that God will get me through. I'm trying to take it easy. I've done minimal things I've needed to get done this weekend. I need to get more organized, more exercise, eat better, get better sleep (though, I have been going to bed earlier most nights... after 2 1/2 years of not getting enough sleep. No wonder I'm burning out. ๐Ÿ˜ž) and somehow, not let people get to me. It's going to be difficult to break bad habits and to... ignore the fact that people around me have what I dont... which, is other people around them. No matter how much they want to bitch about those people. ๐Ÿ˜ž๐Ÿ˜ž๐Ÿ˜ž Unless, they are being physically or mentally abused or cheated on, they are taking for granted what they have. ๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜”๐Ÿ˜”

I have myself and I have God. I like to think I have a whole family - God, The Father (Holy Father), Goddess, The Holy Spirit (Holy Mother) and God, The Son (Jesus, Holy Brother). Yes, my beliefs differ from other Christians, as you can tell. God has a female aspect and I figure that is The Holy Spirit. So, what about the female counterpart to Jesus? In today's world, he would almost have to be female because in this culture (America, specifically, though not the only PC, SJW culture out there!), men are hated!

However, in Biblical times they would not have listened to a woman and so Jesus had to be male. It's really not a big deal, considering that it's just his earthly body. God, I believe, is both genders and neither, at the same time. If there is a certain male energy and a female energy, then God encompasses both.

I also dont believe in eternal hell. So, what did Jesus save us from? Should we choose to follow him, our own mental hell, which, is hell enough!

I do believe that we will face all the good and bad we've done in our lives after death, if you haven't faced/acknowledged/repented for it while alive. For people as evil as Hitler, perhaps there is eternal hell, but that is an extreme example.

Plus, hell could last millions or billions of years, which is unimaginable too. It's on God's timeline. That is so much time to burn/purge all the sin out of someone. But, this too, is an extreme example.

I don't think most people will go to hell eternally. God is love and God is merciful. But, if hell is as bad as it's presented to be, you wouldn't want to go there for even 1 second and therefore, would do your best to avoid it.

Jesus is the only way and the people who don't follow him, may get a temporary, though extremely long-lasting punishment or may yet go to a lower level of heaven, if they were virtuous and followed Jesus unknowingly. I say that because I see atheists who are more virtuous than so-called Christians. It may be more than good works alone (though, if they love as Jesus' did, I think they are unknowingly following him, anyway, whether they want to admit to it or not!), but for the mean-spirited judgemental Christians out there, faith without works is dead. Wouldn't it be funny if they went to heaven and the atheists/non-believers they judged/hated were there? Lol. I could see that happening... ! I like to think God has a sense of humor.

I'm not judging anyone, though, at least not specifically. I'm not naming anyone, it's just observations I've made!