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What God Wants

Jesus Christ is supposed to create Heaven on Earth when He returns to Earth. I have discovered that equal human rights will create Heaven on Earth unavoidably. If I am right, does it mean that I might be Jesus Christ?

 

 

God created a good World

Something created the nature in which we live. This nature is very complex, logical, functional, rational, beautiful and harmonious. It means that a highly developed power that we could not conceive has created the world. I accepted that the name of this force is God. God created a good world. God certainly wants people to live well, but people deviate from his will.

The origin of religions

Some individuals have claimed that they received messages from God and passed out his will to the people. This was the origin of religions. Religions contain ancient wisdom that brings good to people, and that is why we can say that they carry the will of God. But why do the messages of God pass only the knowledge from the time when the religion originated? Why has God, as almighty and all-knowing, not said something more about the world that, according to the Bible, he created in six days? Or, perhaps most importantly, why did God not tell these messengers how to build a good society? Does the lack of knowledge that comes from the Bible mean that God’s messengers invented the words of God, or they were not able to understand his words well enough? Taking into account that different people received different messages from God, they have formed different religions. But God certainly has not sent different messages to different religions; he certainly did not deceive people.

Mistakes of religions  

Also, the range of material written into religious books is very comprehensive but not useful in defining a good society. God is not a blabberer; he is an extremely effective creator, which means that his messages must be effective as well. In contrast, many sentences in religious books confront to wisdom which cannot make a good society. Such sentences definitely cannot be sent by God.

Most religions force people to follow the will of God obediently. God certainly does not want to force people into anything because coercion cannot make right. Power over people is a need of the spiritually undeveloped people. Control over people is a privilege that brings evil. This control creates stupidity, greed, hatred, destruction, wars, and hell on earth. It has nothing to do with the will of God. With this in regard, the religions which force people to follow God are in confrontation with the intention of God. God does not need power over people. He is far above such need. God wants us to create a good society.

Can we assume that among those people who wrote religious books were some who wanted to reach power over people? When you see how quickly today’s religious preachers improvise verses from the Bible to achieve intellectual superiority over religious people, then yes we can assume some writers of holy books did the same. These people entered ideas into religious texts that have nothing to do with the will of God. They created contradictions in the Bible. For example: God’s 6th commandment states: “Thou shall not murder” and Jesus Christ, Son of God, according to Luke (19:27) said: “But as for these enemies of mine who didn’t want me to be their king – bring them here and slaughter them in my presence.” The mistakes in the Bible have certainly prevented the progress of society.

The Bible has presented deeply wise and wonderful words of God

The following verses from the Bible undeniably confirm that God wants people to create a good society:

Psalm (89:14) ‘Righteousness and justice are the foundation of your throne; steadfast love and faithfulness go before you.’

Amos (5:7,15) ‘Ah, you that turn justice to wormwood, and bring righteousness to the ground! …Hate evil and love good and establish justice in the gate.’

Galatians (5:22-23) ‘The Spirit’s role in a person’s life is to perfect the person’s character, to make him like God. Its fruits, being shown in human behaviour, are the divine attributes of God: “The fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control…”’

Colossians (1:9-10) ‘The essence of all true spiritual knowledge lies in God’s divinely ordained laws. It is God’s desire that we be “filled with the knowledge of His will in all wisdom and spiritual understanding… in every good work and increasing in the knowledge of God.”’

Isaiah (9:6-7) “The government will be upon His [Christ’s] shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace. Of the increase of His government and peace, there will be no end.”

Micah (4:4) “Every man will sit under his own vine and under his own fig tree, and no one will make them afraid.”

Equal human rights will fulfill God’s will 

My philosophy will bring righteousness and justice demanded in these verses through the implementation of equal human rights. Equal human rights will solve all the problems of society. Nothing else is needed to make a good society, and nothing else can do it. Equal human rights must be the will of God

Today we have defined equal human rights insufficiently. All equal human rights are established on the formal level, while reality suggests that they are not equal. A president of the country may send people to war, and people cannot do it to him. Bosses may fire workers, and workers cannot do it to them. Teachers may force students to accept knowledge, and students cannot do it to them. Where are the equal human rights here? Throughout history, authorities have prevented the development of equal human rights. They have never existed, and this is the reason society was never good. People do not know even how they are supposed to look like and do not understand how important they are.

Equal human rights imply that all people have equal opportunities in their lives. This includes the right of all people to participate equally in decision-making processes on all issues of common interest. Until recently, equal human rights were not even possible to establish because it was impossible to harmonize the needs and decisions of all people. This has become possible only with the development of computer technology.

The equal rights of evaluation among people will bring a radical transformation of powers in capitalism, which will completely change the world. I’ve called it democratic anarchy. Each person will have an equal right to evaluate a few people of their choice. A positive assessment will bring small awards to the assessed person, and a negative evaluation will carry small punishments. Such assessments will direct every person to respect other people; to do everything they can to beautify other people’s lives, and do nothing that can hurt other people. This will be the basis for the establishment of a healthy, constructive, and productive orientation of society.

Mutual evaluations among people are the most important principle of equal human rights. It was suggested in the Bible: Proverbs (18:17) “The first one to plead his cause seems right until his neighbour comes and examines him.” Democratic anarchy will especially affect authorities after which they will become people’s servants as it was predicted according to Mark (10:42-44) “Jesus called them together and said, “You know that those who are regarded as rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and their high officials exercise authority over them. Not so with you. Instead, whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be slave of all.””

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Equal human rights also mean that every person must have the right to work. As long as there is unemployment, such a right does not exist. Unemployment will be eliminated by shortening working hours proportionally to the rate of unemployment. This would increase the demand for workers on the free market so that employers would have to pay them more. Then workers will be able to buy more, which will remove the present problems of capitalism. This will make good capitalism.

The ultimate stage of equal human rights will create an equal possibility for the employment of every worker at every public work post at any time. It will be necessary to open a permanent competition of workers for every public work post. The best worker would get the right to work at any time. I know it sounds impossible because such a division of labour never existed. But the realization of it is just a technical problem. I have developed a system that will effectively evaluate the productivity of work offers, harmonize rewards for work, and define the job responsibilities of workers. No economy can be more productive than the one where each job gets the best available worker. Public companies will become more productive than private ones so that the latter will go down in history. This will be good socialism.

The final result of the establishment of equal human rights will be visible in good communism, where people will establish equal consumer rights. To realize it, people need to discover new values that will come as the result of equal human rights, values that follow the will of God. These values are significantly larger than money. Then we can expect that all people will individually and voluntarily assign all their incomes for taxes. They will democratically direct the production, which will bring stability to the production process and make all the goods and services for all people free of charge.

My philosophy will make Heaven on Earth

Equal human rights will bring freedomjusticelovepeacewisdomjoy, and very good to people unconditionally. I have presented the results of equal human rights implementation in the scientific book Humanism – A Philosophic-Ethical-Political-Economic Study of the Development of the Society. Also, I presented the bright future of humankind through three stories in three screenplays Good Capitalism, Good Socialism, and Good Communism so that everyone is supposed to understand it. One can take a very good peek into the future by reading them. But unfortunately, society is extremely slow in accepting new social ideas.

Am I Jesus Christ? 

My vision of equal human rights will finally eliminate social evil and create Heaven on Earth. This is exactly what God expects from the people on the planet Earth. Does it mean I am the way, the truth, and the life? (John 14:6) According to the Bible, the Messiah will create Heaven on Earth (Amos 9:13-15). Does it mean that I am the Messiah? Since I belong to the Christian religion, it should mean that I am Jesus Christ and that my path leads to God the Father only. To accelerate the acceptance of my ideas, I asked: Am I Jesus Christ?

Bible does not allow me to be Jesus Christ

According to the Bible, I cannot be Jesus Christ because I have not seen nor heard God the Father (Or I am not aware of it which does not help). According to the Bible, Jesus Christ and God the Father are one. But then, should not have Jesus Christ presented much more knowledge to be equated with the creator of the world? He showed in the Bible less understanding of the world we live in than me.

According to the Bible, I also cannot be Jesus Christ because I do not know anything about another world and eternal life. I can say something about it from the secular philosophical point of view. In the article Everlasting life, I quoted the studious Christian website “2001 Translation Bible,” which translates the original Bible written in Greek again. In the article “Does the Bible promises eternal life?” they answer, “the fact is; it doesn’t… at least, not in those exact words. Why not? Because the Greek word that other Bible translators render as “everlasting” (aionos) doesn’t mean that. It’s what we get the English word “eon” from, and it means a long time.” Due to the different meanings of related words in different languages, Bible translators sometimes interpreted the lyrics freely.

I do not reject the possibility that eternal life exists because I do not have any evidence that it does not exist. However, I asked myself whether eternal life is desirable, even if it is only in spiritual form? (The laws of physics deny the eternity of matter.) One could say that the actor Christopher Reeve was practically destined to spiritual life. He fell from a horse, broke his neck and was immobile for life. He did not like such a spiritual life, was unhappy and even thought of suicide. But suppose eternal spiritual life exists. Can you imagine what this eternal life would be if an individual desires a glass of red wine that they could never drink?

Why do Christians believe that eternal life must be good? I think I have an approximate answer to this question. People who are not free, people who are afraid, are not able to satisfy the needs of their lives. And there is no difference between authorities and their subordinates here. Narcissistic authorities need to achieve supremacy in society and are slaves to their megalomaniac ideas that cannot be realized. People who live under the oppression of authorities and obediently follow them, also cannot meet their needs. Both do not live well and are afraid of death because they feel that they did not live their lives well enough. I believe that is the main reason why they need faith in a much better and eternal life in heaven.

People who live in freedom, who are responsible for their lives and for the nature that surrounds them, live life in its fullness. Such people are not afraid of death because they recognize that their living has fulfilled their life expectations. Death brings them freedom in the broadest sense because they practically do not need anything anymore. Spiritual writers have shown this state in their work. For example, Victor Hugo in the novel “Les Misérables” and even more, Henryk Sienkiewicz in the novel “Quo Vadis.” I believe that God made the best solution for the people and a longer life than God had predicted would be a disadvantage. God allocates a good life and death as a gift to the people who follow His will based on a productive way of living and respect for the rights of others.

At the end questions for all

The Church does not accept me as the Messiah. Is it because so many mistakes exist in the Bible? If my philosophy may create Heaven on Earth, is there a chance that I might be Jesus Christ? If that chance exists, would it not be a prime task of the Church and Christians around the world to examine my philosophy? If my philosophy proves it can build Heaven on Earth, can I be Jesus Christ?

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John Ellis
July 22, 2020

LAW OF MORALITY

  1. No one shall enrich themselves upon the misery of another.
  2. You own nothing but food, clothing and shelter, everything else belongs to those who suffer hunger.
  3. Realize that you deserve nothing but death, otherwise you will think that you deserve to be rich and be enslaved as a sucker-bait fool to the rich.
John Ellis
Reply to  John Ellis
July 22, 2020

CORRECTION
“enslaved as a sucker-bait fool to the most intelligent rich.”

restless94110
restless94110
July 22, 2020

If my philosophy proves it can build Heaven on Earth, can I be Jesus Christ?

Short answer: No.
Longer answer: You can never by Jesus Christ but you can and are a son of Satan. You are also too much in your head. You’ve missed the point. But that figures. Devils always do.

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
July 22, 2020

You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language, for he is a liar and the father of lies.” John 8:44

Clarity
Clarity
Reply to  John Ellis
July 22, 2020

Devil means accuser.

Clarity
Clarity
Reply to  Clarity
July 22, 2020

Also means adversary, enemy. Depending on language.

When Christ said to Peter “get behind me satan” did Peter suddenly turn into the devil? No, Peter was an adversary/accuser.

John Ellis
Reply to  Clarity
July 22, 2020

As evil is the harm humans do to humans, Satan is not allowed to do us evil. Which is why he is called the tempter, as he knows our weakness and because of this we must immediately evict his thoughts from our mind before they excite our addictions.

John Ellis
Reply to  Clarity
July 22, 2020

As wealth is the property we own above what is needed for a comfortable life, as wealth rightfully belongs to those who suffer hunger and want, the purpose of planet earth is to reach the ultimate conclusion of,
“Wealth, the root of all evil.”

And so, Satan was made to be the most intelligent of created beings, he is the High Priest of a religion called ownership, he owns all wealth and unless you worship ownership, poverty shall be your punishment.

John Ellis
July 22, 2020

IN THE BEGINNING there was not a penny of wealth in all the heavenly realms, as everyone was content to have just enough property for a comfortable life and to share everything else in common. Than came Satan to create a fake morality called ownership, the idea that everyone has an unalienable right to self-actualize. To be all you can be, to earn all you can earn, take all you can take, own all you can own and to be a dictator over all who are on land that you own. And so, a third of the angels were cast… Read more »

Clarity
Clarity
Reply to  John Ellis
July 22, 2020

In the beginning there was NO poverty. In the beginning there was the Garden of Eden.

After that came Cain and Able. So much for the comfortable life and sharing.

John Ellis
Reply to  Clarity
July 22, 2020

There has always been property, but before the fall there was no wealth because there was no ownership. For never will we achieve equality until everyone desires to have only enough for a comfortable life.

Clarity
Clarity
Reply to  John Ellis
July 22, 2020

Deuteronomy 8:18 But remember the Lord your God, for it is he who gives you the ability to produce wealth, and so confirms his covenant, which he swore to your forefathers, as it is today.

John Ellis
Reply to  Clarity
July 22, 2020

True, for we are given the ability to accumulate wealth, which is the excess property we have above what we need for a comfortable life. Which gives us the ability to show compassion by giving charity in a way that produces a grateful response. An experience called happiness.
For we do not own wealth, as such excess property belongs only to those who suffer hunger and want.

John Ellis
July 22, 2020

Looking at all the perfections in nature and how they culminate to achieve the ultimate perfection, perpetual life, my thought is, surely earth was created by intelligent design for a purpose. Surely, we have a burden to fulfill that purpose.

And as 7 billion sinners now do nothing to save the 1 billion least educated, as not one established religion has a single saved sinner to it’s name, that one purpose has to be to reach the ultimate conclusion of all the fake religions and every fake morality conceivable by the deceitful mind of man.

Clarity
Clarity
Reply to  John Ellis
July 22, 2020

ironically you are among those 7 billion who do nothing, at least nothing meaningful that will educate and feed the uneducated and hungry. Stop posting here, go out and educate and feed! Share your personal riches with those who cannot even afford the internet or have the leisure time to post on it. Lead by example!

John Ellis
July 22, 2020

EVOLUTION — FREE OF ALL MIRACLES?

The theory of creation is most honest and logical, as it discloses that by a miracle a Creator came to be, than by more miracles the Creator brought into existence all things.

Not so the theory of evolution, for it falsely claims that no miracle was involved in the way that everything came to be, the laws of nature being sufficient in and of themselves. But surely, no honesty or logic it there in the idea that evolution begin to live, move and have it’s being without a miracle.

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
July 22, 2020

“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth… And God said, ‘Let there be light,” and there was light.'” Genesis 1:1

“God… Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made.” John 1:3

Clarity
Clarity
Reply to  John Ellis
July 22, 2020

Which means God created money, wealth and riches. As well as poverty and lack. Including lack of knowledge. So go and blame God.

Aleksandar can blame God for inequality. Which also puts his quest for equality in question, because Aleksandar, who are you to go against God’s will? Against God’s creation of inequality. Clearly, if God created it, it must be there for a reason and most importantly, God’s wish.

John Ellis
Reply to  Clarity
July 22, 2020

We are all born selfish, most die selfish and all to reach the ultimate conclusion of a greed driven fake morality called ownership. For wealth is the property we have above what is needed for a comfortable life, the excess property we hold in trust for the first person in need who comes our way.

Clarity
Clarity
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
July 22, 2020

First you would have to define life. Also, if your statement is true then this one is also true: nothing can scientifically prevent us from assuming it may not contain life. Can, assuming and may are words that are too unspecific to actually use for any claim. What is the space you mention? Outer space? The space inside an atom? If there are molecules in a space, then they are things and things can be defined. If they do not exist as things in our dimension, then it would be that, another dimension. How things are defined is important. Nikolai… Read more »

John Ellis
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
July 22, 2020

We are not atheists or agnostics, as I believe that creation started by a miracle, while you believe that evolution came about not by the laws of physics or by nature, but by a process that started to live, move and has it’s being because of a miracle.
So, neither you nor I have anything more than faith in a miracle to support our theory.
And so, my miracle is far better than yours, as I glorify God as the Creator, while you worship an idol called evolution.

John Ellis
July 22, 2020

“I have discovered that equal human rights will create Heaven on Earth”
As the rich are born with the highest level of intelligence, giving them the ability to own and protect most all of the wealth, as equality is everyone owning equal wealth, only by having compassion and giving charity in a way that produces a grateful response, only in that way will we ever achieve true equality.

And so, equal rights enforced by government, this will never achieve the equal wealth needed to have equal control and equal freedom.

Clarity
Clarity
July 22, 2020

You would have been Freud’s most favorite disciple.

Clarity
Clarity
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
July 22, 2020

Actually, he wasn’t at the time. He was made an authority much later. And you are correct about the psychology part. That was the point. That you wish to create an escape is of little surprise. I only read two bits of yours and only partially, because it is too long winded, illogical and has no real world application. The world is rejecting your ideas for a reason. Perhaps they are not finished for publication yet. So I am not telling you to stop or discouraging you. Rather that ideas are only worth while when they have a practical application.… Read more »

oldandjaded
July 22, 2020

Well, NOW we are getting somewhere! I kinda figured this was where you were heading when you first started posting here. Got a direct line, do you? From the same guy who “invented” humanism…
IIRC, I think I compared you to Jim Jones at one point? Don’t want to pat my own back, but when the shoe fits… Ever heard the term “megalomania”?

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oldandjaded
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
July 23, 2020

Its really none of my concern what you think or do, and there’s no rancor in that. I know that’s not something you will EVER be able to wrap your head around, that concept is completely foreign to you. I do get you, I get you far more clearly than you ever will allow yourself to. Its laid out very clearly for you, there’s nothing the least bit ambiguous in what I have said, but a sociopath will always dissemble and use misdirection to distract and protect their ego, so you talk about something totally unrelated, and then try to… Read more »

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oldandjaded
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
July 23, 2020

You do realize that two people have already pointed out to you that what you are suffering from is clinically described as a “Messiah complex” right? I used the broader term megalomania, and “clarity” has specifically used “Messiah complex”. You do not even remotely have the power to “hurt me”, and this, along with the line “Do you want me to feel guilty for discovering a simple truth which will fix all social problems?” are CLEAR indicators of your Messiah complex. My references to Nietzsche were specific and pointed there was nothing co-incidental in that. You are mentally ill to… Read more »

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oldandjaded
Reply to  oldandjaded
July 22, 2020

It’s easy to be flippant as I watch society unravel, but underlying that flippancy is a heartsick despair. I share a world view more in line with Henry Miller than with Frederich Nietzsche. Theres little irony in the fact that the one person who understood human nature and religion more clearly than any other philosopher ended his days speaking to horses and signing his personal correspondence as “Christ Killer”. As a young man, it was easy for me to see religion and a belief in God as nothing but mankinds feeble attempt at self-aggrandizement, a massive communal ego trip, a… Read more »

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oldandjaded
Reply to  oldandjaded
July 23, 2020

Its exceedingly rare for me to find myself agreeing with John Ellis, but he too sees you. He is religious and I am secular, so the terminology differs, but he sees you. WE see you, we use slightly different terminology (John views you as possessed be demons, I view you as mentally ill, its the same underlying concept) but we ALL see you.

oldandjaded
Reply to  oldandjaded
July 23, 2020

I realize you yourself are blind to yourself, to what is so plainly visible to others, and sincerely believe in what you are saying, its not “your fault”, but you are under the sway of evil forces, whether they are defined as coming from outside you in the shape of demonic possession, or are from within, in the form of advanced mental illness, is neither here nor there. The fact is, you are in a world of trouble, and in dire need of help, and I am not trying to be mean or hurtful here. There was a time in… Read more »

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Jera Jones Igo
July 24, 2020

Yes, we need to put away hierarchy thinking and think equality. Whether you are accepting being at the bottom of a hierarchy of pushing your way to the top, you are impeding the progress of humanity until you adjust your thinking. I also agree that religion should give us the answer. If the founders of religion are the mouthpieces if God, they should be able to lead us to the kingdom of God on Earth through their spoken and written words. Those religions that were founded a millennium or two ago may not have the complete answer for today’s world.… Read more »

Jera Jones Igo
Reply to  Aleksandar Sarovic
July 25, 2020

Yes, equal human rights is the key to positive change! EQUAL HUMAN RIGHTS would be a nice slogan for a t-shirt.

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