I’m going to answer questions about the End of the World, and signs portending to the “End of the World” in this way.
First, the world has ended and begun again differently so many times that no one can keep count. Sometimes, it is easy to see, like for those who remember September 11, 2001. The “World as we knew it” ended and a different world began. The world has ended many times and begun again differently many times. There are many areas around the globe where the people can say, “The world as we knew it ended.” So, if anyone is telling you that the world is ending, they could be right. The world they know could be ending, but there will be another one to begin, just like it always happens.
Second, the issue then becomes “what kind of God do any of us believe it? Do we believe in a God that will call it quits? and destroy a whole planet?” To those that suggest this, I answer this way.
Imagine if you will, a God that is infinite. There are some that try to imagine this or even believe it, but yet, they don’t take it further in meaning. This means infinite in everything – with no end. To believe in a God that is infinite means believing in a God that is infinite in patience, infinite in mercy, infinite in understanding, infinite in kindness, infinite in forgiveness, infinite in love and infinite in wisdom. Now imagine He sends Christ to help us to know Our Father, in a greater way. Now, imagine Christ says, “If you see me, you see the Father.” And Christ shows us friendship, kindness, love, mercy, forgiveness, goodwill and a peace that passes our own understanding.
Yet, if we believe God is not like Jesus, then we can only believe that Christ lied to us, when He said, “If you see me, you see the Father.”
However, if we believe Jesus told us the truth when He said the previous words, as well as “Love one another, as I have loved you.”, then we must allow for it then to be possible, that when we see Christ’s forgiveness, we are seeing the Father’s forgiveness. When we see Christ’s kindness, we are seeing the Father’s kindness. When we see Jesus’ mercy and understanding, we are seeing God’s mercy and understanding. And when we see Christ’s love, we are seeing the Father’s love. All with no end.
There is no end to God’s patience and understanding. There is no end to God’s mercy and forgiveness. It is the nature of being infinite. There is no end to love.
Is this the God anyone believes in? Or do any of us believe in a God that would hurt people and subject them to horrors, be impatient and take away His children’s chance to learn and grow by destroying the planet.
What kind of God do you believe in? You have freewill to believe as you choose.
“Whenever Love is present, God is present. Put another way, whenever Love is in the room, God is in the room. Put another way, still, there is more of God/Love in the air that we breathe, than there is air that we breathe.” (The Rainbow Cards, ©, 1995, 2014)
We often forget that Cayce spoke of the “One Before the Throne”, an aspect of our individual selves that remains with God while we explore a made-up finite playground until the Last Judgement — that would be our last individual judgement about our separateness from God, from our Brothers, from our Sisters. No exceptions, No exclusions. Yea, God! Now that is a system all can believe in.