Trust in the Word of God

jesus-sermon-on-the-mountAt the time Jesus said, “I praise you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, because you have hidden these things from the wise and learned, and revealed them to little children. Yes, Father, for this was your good pleasure. (Matthew, chapter 11:25)

As with many passages in the Bible, this could be interpreted in different ways. According to the doctrine of Spiritism, the most likely answer is that little children represent our humble aspect, where we look up to our parents and gladly take in what they offer us, without question, and with the trust of an innocent. Not, with the attitude of a teenager, questioning everything and secretly (or not so secretly, depending on the mood), thinking that we know best and everyone else is irretrievably stupid. Hence, we should accept the Word of God as children accept the word of their parents, knowing their love will see us through and that we shall become wiser with age, but the foundation of our moral code is strong, stable, and everlasting.

And what was hidden from the wise and learned? First, the attitude of humility, the knowledge that we have little knowledge, that we always have more to learn. Next, the fact the Universe does not rotate around us, but that we must be the givers and not the takers. Lastly, love is a powerful force that doesn’t bloom in a field of pride and selfishness. How many of the wise and learned understand this? I am sad to say, it took me a very long time.

7Tenets-Front-smallI finally learned how close the spirit world is to us. Through my own experiences I discovered the extent of the planning and preparation that goes into our lives on earth. We are surrounded by spirits who wish us to learn the lessons we require while on earth, so that we may become pure spirits in the future. Life is a series of trials which are made for us to attain valuable attributes. Discover how the spirit world guides us in my book, 7 Tenets of Spiritism – How They Impact Your Daily Life.

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