Types of people dealt by God

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  1. dattaswami1

    dattaswami1 Well-Known Member

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    Types of people dealt by God


    There are five types of people in this world dealt by God. The first type people have real love towards God and sacrifice practically to God. The Lord rewards them with infinite and real fruit. The second type of people sacrifice practically but want to achieve ten times more. Such people are businessmen. They invest little and aspire for more profit. The Lord returns back whatever such people sacrificed. The Lord also gives the extra expected by them but that extra is from their account only.

    The good result of a good deed to be enjoyed in the future birth is drawn back with reduced value and is given as the extra, which was aspired by the people. All this process takes place without the knowledge of the people. The third type of the people sacrifice words by prayers and feelings throw devotion without any practical sacrifice. Such people are in the path of a prostitute who also sacrifices sweet words and sweet feelings to extract something practically from a person. The Lord fulfills their aspiration by drawing the good result of their good deal from their future birth. The fourth type of people are atheists.

    They enjoying the world created by the Lord and abuse the Lord. The Lord will keep silent towards them in this world. The Lord uses the atheists to test His devotees. He will observe whether such atheists can affect His devotee. Later on the atheist will be severely punished by the Lord. The fifth type of people neither recognizes nor abuses the Lord. They simply enjoy the world without bothering about the Lord. The Lord will throw such people into the births of animals, birds, worms etc. In such births one can enjoy the world without worrying about the Lord.
     
  2. JosephM

    JosephM Well-Known Member

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    dattaswami1,

    It seems to me that God who is all-knowing doesn't test or tempt creation. Neither does God punish the atheist. Being no respecter of persons, God loves all equally. Punishment is self-inflicted as an innate function of self creation. (karma) Neither can an all-powerful God be abused by His creation. Just a different view to consider.

    Love and Peace,
    JM
     
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    Dattaswammi1,

    It seems to me it is not I who is criticizing God. I merely said "punishment is self-inflicted as an innate function of creation" and "God loves all equally". God has no need to punish anyone. It is you who supposes it to be so.

    God is all powerful and complete already. You cannot make God unhappy as you suppose in your post. It seems to me God is not a man nor is he subject to human emotions. But then again you are entitled to your view and far be it from me to instruct you, a master.

    Lover in Christ,
    JM
     
  4. dattaswami1

    dattaswami1 Well-Known Member

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    JosephM;

    Thanks for the reply,

    JosephM;

    Veda says that every body carries on the good and bad results along with them (Priyaa priye…). At the same time Veda says that God is removing the sins of the deserving devotee (Ubhe punya pape, Apahatapapma etc.). Gita also says that one has to enjoy the good and bad results of the wheel of deeds (Tetvagham….tetambhuktva….).

    At the same time the Lord says that He protects His devotees (Yoga kshemam…). God is the judge, who has delivered these results based on His own constitution. How can He violate His own judgment even in the case of a deserving devotee? Judgment is Universal but devotion is personal. This needs link of interpretation. Krishna wanted to give all His wealth to Kuchela ( a devotee) and transfer His poverty to Him self. In the incarnations of Datta this tradition is very clear in the experience. As a judge He fines His son and as father He pays the fine. The constitution is not violated and at the same time the devotee is saved. Jesus is another best example of this tradition.


     
  5. Dean_Fox

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    I agree entirely with this post. Interesting views though Dattaswammi1.
     

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