Christianity has little to do with Christ these days and a lot to do with conformity and coercion into believing someone else’s interpretation of his words.
No one owns God. God is to be sought and wanted on a personal level by an individual seeker. The God of Christianity was the God of Judaism and Islam before he was the God of Christianity; these three religions are all based on the old testament God; the old testament God that created the world in six days.
Modern Christians forget that or do not want to accept the fact. God is not for an individual. He is everybody’s God. Whether they’re Christians or Muslims or atheists. The one true God is for everyone. To say the Christian God is the one true God is misleading.
The one true God exists, and we must all do our best to find him. I think that Christ was a wonderful example and I think he taught his disciples how to seek God, but unfortunately, the modern Christian church misses his point entirely.
The word occult has been used to describe such a wide variety of things that it is basically meaningless unless you’re going to be specific about it. People who believe in the one true “Christian” God tend to think that anything which is not Christian is immediately “occult”. Even if it has nothing to do with worshiping devils or committing evil deeds.
Many Christians have called religious and spiritual practices that are pure and meaningful “occult” just because they don’t understand them. That is ridiculous, and before you call something satanic, do your research. These people are also trying to find salvation the same way you did with the Christian God. Just because they haven’t found it the way you did does not make you better than them.
People can find salvation and happiness without ever hearing anything about Jesus. He was a great teacher, but he was not the only one. He taught his disciples to seek the one true way. The technology to be at one with God is within all of us; not just Christians.
People are looking for fire when there is no smoke. Not every song which is not Christian is occult. EVERY song ever recorded can be dissected to find multiple “dark” lyrics. “Amazing Grace” does not mention God, we still don’t know if it was written about God.
So, what truly restores a man’s sight? Is it when a Christian decides he has? Or should we start looking at people’s actions instead of the religion they hide behind.
By HONUTSE FALI DILLYS