the whole moment of our religion can be lost if we do not fulfill
the second commandment [Jesus gave us: Love thy Neighbor as Thyself.]
you enter into judgment, criticism and condemnation of others, you
cannot love them as thyself ...
we come into the sanctuary and give our devotions to God and then
go forth and withhold the intensity of our love for God from his
creatures, where is our religion? ...
see, this is the Alpha and the Omega of our path. The Alpha is our
connecting with the Spirit, the powerhouse, the Source...But the
Omega is the fulfillment of the Alpha...It is the giving of [our
love] to the part of God that needs love most: the soul that is
gone astray, the soul that is apart and caught, as the one lost
sheep in the brambles, and must be personally fetched by the shepherd—you
the shepherd, you the embodied Christ, you the embodiment of your
realize that if our religion and all of the teachings of the ascended
masters do not equate with us as a greater love for all people that
we have ever had before, a greater love then any other religion
teaches or inculcates, then we have lost the message of the Great
we have nothing to teach if we are not the living flame of Love
in action ...
you love someone truly, do you know how it makes them feel? It makes
them feel that they want to be who they really are. It makes them
feel that they want to be worthy of God's love. God's love is so
wonderful and beautiful, it inspires people to transcend themselves,
instead of knocking them in the old order of condemnation. …
life is raised when one person decides to be who they are —because
you have decided to love as God loves.
Elizabeth Clare Prophet, A Study in Christhood by the Great Initiator:
The Great Commandment,
Published by The Summit Lighthouse May 28, 1984 Pearl of Wisdom
Vol. 27 No. 23