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God saves only His devotees (people), who are reformed
« on: May 11, 2017, 11:13:27 AM »
God saves only His devotees (people), who are reformed

The sign of reformation is not to repeat the sin practically from today onwards.

If one stops a sin of one type, all the previous sins of that type get cancelled.

God in human form came to save His people

The real meaning of Immanueal


The divine concept is always one and does not change with the change of one religion

Qn.)One of my Christian friends asked me that in Hinduism there is punishment of sinner whereas in Christianity Jesus always excused the sinner. What is your comment on this point?

Swami Replied: Christianity also speaks about hell and liquid fire punishing the sinners. The divine concept is always one and does not change with the change of one religion to other since there is only one God in all the religions. The one concept of one God cannot change as per the change in the religion, which is created by human beings. The same concept exists in different languages of different religions in the world. Jesus was called as Immanuel, which means that God in human form came to save His people. This does not mean that God is saving all the people. God saves only His devotees (people), who are reformed. The sign of reformation is not to repeat the sin practically from today onwards. If one stops a sin of one type, all the previous sins of that type get cancelled.

The type means the category of a specific sin. For example, if one stops corruption, all the previous sins related to corruption only get cancelled. If one stops all types of sins, all categories of past sins get cancelled. But, the sin ends only by the enjoyment of punishment (Avashya manubhoktavyam…). To satisfy this clause present in the divine constitution, God suffers the punishments of sins of such reformed devotees, who are called as His people. When God suffers, the main rule stands without violation or exception in any case. Moreover, when the reformed soul notes that God suffered for his sins, a strong impression of sympathy will stand in the mind so that the concept of reformation is strongly remembered by the soul. Such sympathy will solidify the memory of reformation in the mind of the soul. Except this one path, a sin done will never disappear.


 

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