Seeker of The Truth: Shades of Gray (Its All Connected: How God Works For All Religions Book 1) R.D. Johnson

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Seeker of The Truth: Shades of Gray (Its All Connected: How God Works For All Religions Book 1) by R.D. Johnson
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Seeker of The Truth: Shades of Gray* Your review of this book is appreciated.MY religion is NOT better than yours!This book is most certainly something everyone should read. You may or may not agree, yet, I believe you will relate at some level. InMoreSeeker of The Truth: Shades of Gray* Your review of this book is appreciated.MY religion is NOT better than yours!This book is most certainly something everyone should read.

You may or may not agree, yet, I believe you will relate at some level. In fact, I guarantee it.This is MY journey to discovering how God works for ALL belief systems and how ANYONE can benefit from the knowledge I gained to discover your own path.Being human is interesting and sometimes complicated. Deepak Chopra says “we are spiritual beings, having a human experience”. I can relate with that.Understanding God has been my greatest and most rewarding life challenge. It was not an easy road to take, but I would not trade my experience with anyone.Once I understood my experience of life is a partnership with God, based on my INTENTIONS and INTERPRETATIONS, and not anyone else, my life changed!Once I understand what is right or wrong for me is not necessarily right or wrong for anyone else.

My life changed.Once I realized how powerful my thoughts and definitions were to influencing my surroundings, my life changed.Once I understood how God worked, regardless of religion, my life has never been the same.I truly accepted Christ as my Lord and Savior and accepted the Christian faith as truth at a very young age.

I embraced Christianity wholeheartedly and believed I was one of the lucky ones to have found faith in Jesus. I had hopes of becoming a missionary or possibly a minister. I was a young Sunday school teacher and Youth Director of a small church of about 300 members in South Carolina. I worked at summer Christian camps.At 17 years of age, while working at this Christian summer camp for my fourth summer, I found myself simply going through the motions and uncertain what I believed about anything regarding my religion.

I was beginning to question everything I had been taught. Up unto that point, I had believed whole-heartedly everything drilled into my brain.I questioned my upbringing as a Southern Baptist, and Jesus as “the only way”. Was I simply lucky being born into a Christian family in America, and therefore I earned my ticket to heaven by geography?

This question alone was enough to scare the hell out of me because for the first time, I questioned my core beliefs and the teaching was not making sense.It was during this time I first heard the question, “if God can do anything, can he make a rock so heavy he can’t pick it up?”Woah!I felt guilty, ashamed, scared an totally out of whack by even pondering this question, yet I knew spirituality was somehow bigger than I had been taught, and more important than any riddle I couldn’t solve.I NEEDED to know the TRUTH, so my questions as a 17 year old kid kept adding up.- Why did it seem so important to get these teachings to children at an early age?- Why did other religions seem to be producing results even though they were not serving the one true God I had put my faith in?- What happened to those who died before Christ came on the scene?- If we all really came from Adam and Eve, isn’t this incest?- Where did all the different human races really come from?- If the Bible is to be taken literally, how the heck did Noah manage to get every species on that boat?- Why were there two separate accounts for the creation of earth and man in Genesis?- Why do we have such accurate records of Jesus’ birth, but no other records until he was in his 30’s?

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