A Chosen Generation

One time, I was working in a food store, putting frozen food in the freezer when I noticed a priest walking down the aisle towards me.

Me: “Excuse me, Father.”

Priest: “Yes?”

Me: “Do you believe in Jesus?”

Priest: “Absolutely.”

Me: “Do you believe in the miracles he performed, that he was crucified and died on the cross, that he rose again three days later, and that his resurrection was a return back to life from the dead?”

Priest: “Yes, I do.”

Me: “I do too. Can I ask you something else?”

Priest: “Sure.”

Me: “Do you believe in reincarnation?”

Priest: “Well, I don’t know. Do you?”

Me: “I do.”

I think I wrote about that conversation on here a while ago, and it was because I couldn’t believe the Priest’s answer when I asked him if he personally believed in reincarnation.

If you believe in Jesus, and he’s the central figure of your religion whose greatest victory was conquering death by resurrecting, how could you not believe or have any doubts about reincarnation?

I’ve done some serious and time-consuming studying on reincarnation, and most of that information I presented in Smorgasbord 2, Smorgasbord 3, and here on Nooz Buffet, but some people think I’m crazy for believing in it.

There are lots of people who will never even mention reincarnation in public because they’re in fear of the back-lash and ridicule that’s sure to follow.

I, however, will continue studying reincarnation, I’ll continue presenting my findings, and I’ll continue asking God to show me the truth.

If you’re doing the same thing, or starting to feel the urge to go in that direction with your current studies, let me turn your attention to the First Epistle of Peter, Chapter 2 verse 6.

Therefore, it is also contained in the scripture, “Behold, I lay in Zion a chief cornerstone, elect, precious, and he who believes on Him will by no means be put to shame.”

Some people don’t need the reassurance of the Good Book, but it’s always there if you need it.

Personally, I believe we’re all here for a reason, part of which is to seek our connection to our personal source and remember.

The system we live in is intentionally designed to prevent you from remembering. We’re bombarded with false information right from the start. Like cattle, it’s school, graduation, career, and having children and starting a family.

There’s no time for contemplation, spiritual pursuits, or “finding yourself”.

If you take the time to do that, what do people say?

They say, “Oh, he went off the deep end. Oh, he’s lost. Oh, he’s into some coombaya shit.”

You get ridiculed, people say you’re crazy, and they distance themselves from you.

But it says right in the Bible that we are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, and that we were called out of darkness and into His marvelous light. It says we are now a people of God, who once weren’t, and we’ve now obtained mercy that we were once without.

You see, I really believe we lived before. I believe we all did. I believe remembering is now possible, but we must pursue that knowledge and wisdom personally. I believe we lived before but have no recollection because we were in darkness. We weren’t supposed to know, but now, it’s time.

It’s time to remember.

One thought on “A Chosen Generation

  1. You and Me couldn’t be more in thought sync. We are same age, but I bet our charts (signature) have interesting connectedness upon these exact themes., I’m being brought into, what you’ve found before me, but also For me, Thank You! I’m curious where the end of the rope brings to us as the final result of knowing the whole…do you think so too?

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