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Basics Develop Understanding

God — A word humans use to label the infinite essence of spiritual and material existence, which is beyond human comprehension but exists positively by faith. This provides the security humans need for peace of mind.

Faith — Unquestioning belief that does not require proof or evidence provides our connection to God.

Bible — A collection of old writings, compiled as a book by the Cannon Council, used to perpetuate the teachings of Jesus as a Religion. It provides inspiration to develop our individual faith in God that saves us from confusion or doubt when exposed to manipulative creeds and interpretive dogmas.

Christianity — A concept for living as presented by Jesus which exposed the power of simple faith in God. It caused him to be crucified according to historical documentation in the Bible and other books.

Religion —  Exists to expose us to the individual benefit of understanding our relationship with God. Unfortunately, moral judgements, rituals and interpretations developed by each denomination lead to adversarial positions that preclude the love and unity that Jesus taught.

Marriage — A relationship of human interaction governed by an economic legal contract but is defined by religion as the parameter for procreation and moral judgment rather than by provisions the participants establish.

Sex — An instinctive subconscious human influence to procreate. It becomes consistently understood as physical pleasure that can be experienced anytime for recreational stimulation which religion condemns outside of marriage.

Life — The insignificant time of our human experience that starts when our heart begins to beat.

Love — That which you perceive as indicating love may require a different approach for comprehension to exist. In order to experience this influence completely you must have faith. God is love!

Principles: Each of us is a unique personality, an influence from the mind of God. We all existed equally in God’s realm before our human experience begins. The development of our human form does not alter this connection / relationship. A basis for understanding our oneness with infinity / Love / God is found in the Bible. The Bible’s basic message is to accept our spiritual existence in God by faith. This message is not qualified by a Judgment of lifestyle, but the Bible does expose negative influences that create our problems; greed (1 Timothy 6:10, Hebrews 13:5, Luke 12:15) and judging (Matthew 7:1, Luke 6:37, James 5:9). When we focus on the insignificant time of our human experience in relation to the infinite time of our spiritual existence in God, we develop security and peace of mind (Psalm 23).

Hallelujah: (Proverbs 3:13) Lord God Almighty, essence of all existence, thank you for the Joy and peace of mind that my faith in our relationship provides.

Information Passages: Matthew 6:8, Philippians 4:5, Proverbs 8:22, Isaiah 45:5, Revelation I:8, Acts 16:31, Romans 10:13, Ephesians 2:8, Proverbs 22:2, Romans 16:5, 1 Corinthians 16:19, Philemon 2:1, Thessalonians 4:17 John 1:3 & 4. The Bible is our textbook for Christian history.

Summary: These basics provide the foundation needed for independent security and fulfillment. This treatise exists by inspiration of God. It must be read twelve (12) times before comprehension is complete. Fellowship in the Schilling Bible Institute is convenient and will assist individual understanding.

Our Church: "For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them." This passage defines church but does not restrict it. Our church does not use interpretive doctrine to create confusion or judgments. We leave the judging to God as Jesus indicated from the cross. Our purpose is to help all people achieve basic understanding of our spiritual existence in God, which by faith is absolute. This develops individual security that allows each of us to have an enjoyable complete human experience.


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