Fear And Doubt

They are family to one another (fear and doubt). But I suppose you knew that. They assail in pairs.

They are relentless when they come. We inherited them. Yes without the spring which lies within they would be unrecognizable to us. The Well Spring.

That Well Spring was handed down to us from our progenitor, Adam. No not from Apes and Monkeys like Darwin’s Mom would say (Darwin resembled a rhesus), uh, uh, no.

It took the scariest, most frightening experience recorded in the history of man. It was recorded in the Bible, and oh yes, man gives it (the record) no credibility, or substance.

Yet, his innards, belie that conclusion. We will talk about those innate innards. Thank God for intuition and it’s speech, affecting yet straddled with mystery.

Yeah, man has evolved (God bless him) beyond the ability of recognizing the import carried by the Biblical account.

You see, if you were the first created beings, and, oh yes, not descended from Martians or beings in another Galaxy, you would be lacking in experiences. Therefore, you would be quite impressionable even subject to a strange creature crossing paths with you and speaking to you.

Imagine, the first unrecorded language, what impact this would have on any being. It being the first language would carry more subjectivity in effect than a language in today’s evolution. Today’s language has many ride attachments, due to associations. So many that we are immediately bombarded with wariness, leery and guardedness. But not so that infant language.

Try, try to imagine a “first language”. The foundation to such a language, lacking data would have to be in part made of “Intuitiveness”. Now do you get the gist of what I’ve been attempting to share with you….

The consciousness of such created beings was only relative to God.

So, not only was it easy for them to be deceived by one speaking to them but for there own whims within to overcome previous instruction (God’s in this case). This is no excuse, I’m not looking to justify disobedience, however, I want but to accomplish the setting and credentials of that recorded account.

Why am I going to the trouble of doing this?

I do this to loan some credibility to our inheritance from Adam. What inheritance is that? The basis for the strength, the power exerted over us when we visibly connect with an experience which our minds compute as imposing danger to us.

The basis for fear and doubt is a resource we carry within from primordial times. Yes even before we were confronted by caveman threats (flight or fight).

At the expulsion was when Adam and Eve logged away in their psyche the first impact of the Void within them. The Spirit of God, now devoid beings, had circumstantially (now facing expulsion) had their noses rubbed into their predicament. It was powerfully intuited now that they were in some kind of jeopardy. Incomplete now.

Waste material. Oblivion destined creations due to incompleteness.

The expulsion, facing the unknown, being kicked out from the presence of the Eternal, this was a big change of circumstances.

The void within them needed to be filled. They learned Worship, and Able learned this well, Cain did not.

Fear of the unknown was birthed then. Fear and doubt are family. But they lead back to that Void within you. They are intuited. Distribute and attribute correctly when they rise to the fore to help you identify and assess things.

May God work mightily in your life, sincerely; MAO

I can be reached at turbans713@yahoo.com, and
https://kingrat1397@gmail.com, and at face book as Miguel Angel Oquendo, And at
https://www.facebook.com/BiblicallyReferencingHumanNature/ And the blog;
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4 comments

  1. Hello, Mao!
    I must confess that your writing is thought provoking!
    “The basis for fear and doubt is a resource we carry within from primordial times. Yes even before we were confronted by caveman threats (flight or fight).”
    Can’t be stated more aptly!
    Keep writing!
    Zahra

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