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Principle of divine order: All thought is proceeded by affection.

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Principle of divine order: All thought is proceeded by affection. Affection is of love and the will, and our state of love is the baseline of our being or state in the spiritual world. Thought is of the mind and wisdom, and follows the affections like the movement of the arm follows the mind. Love and wisdom are actual spiritual substance in the spiritual world – not abstractions as is assumed. The spiritual world is based on our state of being/affection/love, – there is no time or space there, only the appearance of it – thought is the sword that leads affection to wisdom. In the spiritual world we have a human form just like here; we actually are what we love, for our soul (the spiritual human form) is formed by what we love and believe. The greater our affection for God and use to others, the more beautiful our human. Angels are humans – and exceptionally beautiful. Everything around humans there corresponds to our state of love. Contained in love is all the wisdom/thought/knowledge to fulfill our loves end purpose. The reason hell exists is because some people’s love is to hate. From all this one can see that it is inherent in divine order that affection proceeds thought. Holy Intuition is this: Acknowledgement to Him and Affection for Him Bring us into the Presence of the Lord.

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  • Principal of Divine Order: I was curious as to why you used a sword as a symbolism for thought. I would have chosen… Strings of thread… for thoughts. Thoughts are continuously which can be woven together like thread and also used as a strong binder. In this case, the thread (thoughts) connects affection and wisdom. Therefore, binding all three: —thought—-affection—-wisdom—
    Very good analogy of why hell exist.
    I’ am looking forward to reading more!

  • Hi Rachel, what a great comment. I like the image you portray about the strings, it certainly is gentler and apprapo as you describe it. I use the sword from the way it is used in the Bible; Jesus says something like, ‘I come not to bring division but a sword’, and in revelation there is a passage that describes a sword twirling back and forth as a sort of gate keeper to the sacred of internal of the Word. In correspondences the twirling sword refers to the varying and creative thoughts we use to enter the truthful doctrines of the Word- divine truth. The Sword corresponds to wisdom, because it is sharp and powerful. Love is the baseline of our spiritual state, and the higher factor of the two, but love and wisdom are married together, like the heart and lungs work together as the essential that keep us alive, as light and heat from the sun are one, but distinguishable. Love is the blunter of the two, and wisdom sharp like a sword; it is on point, faces the the hard experiences of life, cuts down the lies o evil things; it leads love to the finer truths with the strength of the intellectual ability. The marriage of the two makes both real and higher.

    Thank you, I look forward to further correspondence with you,

    Steve

  • Thank you for the explanation. It was…insightful, to say the least. I have gain more understanding in the way you view love and wisdom. Very interesting!

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