Oct 18, 2013 - God, Oneness    1 Comment

Near Death Experience “All One God”

The term “near-death experience” (NDE) was coined in 1975 in the book Life After Life by Raymond Moody, MD. Since then, many researchers have studied the circumstances, contents, and aftereffects of NDEs.

  •  Many people have asked me what I believe in, how my NDE changed my life. All I can say is that I now believe in the God of the universe. Unlike many other people, however, I have never called God the light, because God is beyond our comprehension. God, I believe, is even more than the light, because God is also darkness. God is everything that exists, everything – and that is beyond our ability to comprehend at all. So I don’t believe in the God of the Jews, or the Christians, or the Hindus, or in any one religion’s idea of what God is or is not. It is all the same God, and that God showed me that the universe in which we live is a beautiful and marvelous mystery that is connected together forever and for always.
  • What you have is the energy equation in spirituality. Ultimate Godhead does not care if you are Protestant, Buddhist, or whatever. It is all a blooming facet of the whole. I wish that all religions would realize it and let each other be. It is not the end of each religion, but we are talking about the same God. Live and let live. Each has a different view. And it all adds up to the Big Picture; it is all important.
  • “God does not care about theology. God cares mostly about your heart.” (Rev. Howard Storm)
  • “It doesn’t matter what you call God. The different religions have different ways of explaining the same God.” (Mellen-Thomas Benedict)
  • The gods of one faith are the angels, saints, or supernatural beings of other faiths. There is only one God who is worshipped through many different teachings of many different religions.

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  • Why does God let bad things happen to good people? I believe it’s because when life’s going our way, being in relationship with Him can seem unnecessary. Yet when our plans go haywire, God’s still beside us, waiting for us to seek His help.
    The massive stroke I had when 33 helped me learn this lesson – the hard way. Being the stubborn woman I am, however, I did my best to resume my pre-stroke life, until depression got the best of me. With that darkness surrounding my life, I reached out to God for help, and He answered – quickly and clearly – leading me to refocus my writing on telling others about Him.
    If you’d like to know more, please read my memoir, “Praise God for Tattered Dreams” available at http://www.lulu.com. If you’d like a complimentary copy, reply to this message. ~ E.E. Laine

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