Absolute Proof: Documentary on Election Fraud by Mike Lindell
19 “Quiet!” the men said. “Keep your mouth shut and listen. Why don’t you come with us and be our priest, so you can tell us what God wants us to do? You could stay here and be a priest for one man’s family, but wouldn’t you rather be the priest for a clan or even a whole tribe of Israel?”
9 Then Jesus went inside and said to them, “Why are you crying and carrying on like this? The child isn’t dead. She is just asleep.” 40 But the people laughed at him.
After Jesus had sent them all out of the house, he took the girl’s father and mother and his three disciples and went to where she was. 41-42 He took the twelve-year-old girl by the hand and said, “Talitha, koum!”[g] which means, “Little girl, get up!” The girl got right up and started walking around.
3. Oneness with All Things
Those who see all creatures within themselvesAnd themselves in all creatures know no fear. Those who see all creatures in themselvesAnd themselves in all creatures know no grief. How can the multiplicity of life Delude the one who sees its unity?
Isa Upanishad 6-7 (Hinduism)
Buddha said, “Through the Consummation of Incomparable Enlightenment I acquired not even the least thing. This is altogether every-where, without differentiation or degree.
”Diamond Sutra 22-23 (Buddhism)
The infinite joy of touching the Godhead is eas-ily attained by those who are free from the bur-den of evil and established within themselves. They see the Self in every creature and all cre-ation in the Self. With consciousness unified through meditation, they see everything with an equal eye.
I am ever present into those who have realized Me in every creature. Seeing all life as My manifestation, they are never separated from Me. They worship Me in the hearts of all, and all their actions proceed from Me. Wherever they may live, they abide in Me.
When a person responds to the joys and sorrows of others as if they were his own, he has attained the highest state of spiritual union.
Bhagavad-Gita 6.28-32 (Hinduism)
In the Great Beginning, there was non-being. It had neither being nor name. The One originates from it; it has oneness but not yet physical form. When things obtain it and come into existence, that is called virtue [power which gives them their individual character]. That which is form-less is divided [into yang and yin], and from the very beginning going on without interruption…
By cultivating one’s nature one will return to virtue. When virtue is perfect, one will be one with the Beginning. Being one with the Beginning, one becomes vacuous, and being vacuous, one becomes great. One will then be united with the sound and breath of things. When one is united with the sound and breath of things, one is then united with the universe. This unity is intimate and seems to be stupid and foolish. This is called profound and secret virtue, this is complete harmony.
Chuang Tzu 12 (Taoism)
Teachings of Rev. Sun Myung Moon