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  • birdof@paradisenow.net
    ... I ve just read this message and am wondering at ... From my reading and current believing, I rather believe in an imperfect God who among other things
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 2, 2003
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      >Monday, June 2, 2003
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      I've just read this message and am wondering at

      >At the deepest level of surrender, you know that everything that happens is the will of God

      From my reading and current believing, I rather believe in an "imperfect" God who among other things needs us to be his "hands and feet" to get his will done (a thought I read in some Findhorn material), i. e. who doesn't really have full control (see my posting on the "origin of evil" for instance). This idea of an "imperfect" God is also repeatedly stated in various Bailey books, and it makes some sense to me...

      Any thoughts on this?

      Ulla
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