Tests of Faith.

Each human soul is a program, lovingly written and downloaded by God, The Loving Programmer.   Soul programs are written in such a way that, at the moment of conception, they are able to download spirit, mind, and body around them.   Each baby that is born is programmed to grow and develop until the soul leaves the body.

After a human program reaches 7, the Age of Reason, its soul is judged after leaving its mind and body.  Those who pass the Tests of Faith go to Heaven and eternal joy.  Others do not.

Tests of Faith are there to separate the saved from the lost.  When we wonder if we’re going to get to Heaven, we have to see how we have done on the Tests of Faith:

1.  Did we believe in God?

2.  Did we believe in God’s prophets who, with His instruction, predicted that The Messiah would come?

3.  Did we believe that He Who arrived at the predicted place within the predicted family was Jesus Christ, the Messiah?

4.  After believing, did we obey His Operating Instructions, including loving God and our neighbors?

Those four Tests of Faith are the basics.  The other Tests of Faith show our degree of belief and obedience to instructions that came directly from Jesus Christ.

5.  Did we follow the fullness of His direction regarding:  “Thou art Peter, and on this rock, I build My Church.” as faithful members of The Church still headed by Peter’s legitimate successors?

6.  Did we take His Words, “If you do not eat My Body and drink My Blood, you do not have life in you.” enough to heart that we did so in The Church headed by Peter’s direct and legitimate successors?

7.  When we failed to obey, did we avail ourselves of the forgiveness offered by The Church given this power;  “What you bind on earth will be bound in Heaven.  What you loose on earth will be loosed in Heaven.”?

8.  Did we share the Tests of Faith, even indirectly, with others so they would be encouraged to pass the Tests of Faith and be able to live forever in Heaven’s boundless joy?

9.  Do we realize that if we think we’ve done well on the Tests of Faith, we haven’t done as well as we could, and do we ask forgiveness for all that which we failed to do?

When we review, and see how we have done on the Tests of Faith, we realize we have a long way to go.  But, He Who Grades our answers on the Tests of Faith is merciful, kind, and loving, especially toward those who are merciful, kind, and loving.