“It is a good thing to give thanks to the Lord and to sing praises to the name of the Most High, to acknowledge his loving-kindness every morning and his faithfulness every night, for God has made me glad through his work. In everything I will give thanks according to the will of God.”. Read More Here
The Urantia Book includes the origin, history, and destiny of humanity. It answers questions about God, life in the inhabited universe, science, astronomy, the history and future of this world, Adam and Eve, and it includes an uplifting and greatly expanded narrative of the life and teachings of Jesus. This narrative of Jesus’ life is sourced from spiritual beings who were present during Jesus’ life and who have preserved these records for presentation in The Urantia Book and in our modern times.
The Urantia Book describes an endless destiny for humankind, teaching that living faith is the key to personal spiritual progress and eternal survival as an immortal being.
Urantia (pronounced: you ran chah) is the universe name for Earth. The word Urantia translates to “your place in the universe.” Urantia is the sentimental shrine of all Nebadon (the name of our universe). Urantia is but one planet of ten million inhabitable worlds and is the mortal home of Christ Michael (Jesus of Nazareth), sovereign creator and ruler of all we see.Read More.
Jesus and Spiritual Liberty
I want to go through some of the most beautiful and inspiring teachings of Jesus regarding true spiritual freedom with you and talk about how reading these passages impacted my life. I am hoping that you—like me—might also be weary of being told that you are innately sinful… Read More HERE
Life, Death, Redemption, and The Urantia Book
The Urantia Book has changed my life … I feel secure. I feel like I belong. I feel loved. I feel less fear, less anxiety – and even the rough patches of life are not so bad. I still have my share of clouds, but all my clouds have silver linings now… Read More
Jesus is Born in Bethlehem!
The appearance in and on your world, by apparently natural processes, of a divine Son, we regard as a miracle—the operation of universal laws beyond our understanding. Jesus of Nazareth was a miraculous person.…Read the Christmas Story HERE.