My work as the Mystic Tourist has been ongoing. From the look of my blog it must seem that I have abandoned it. I have not. I continue to work and prepare myself to add meaningful content to this blog. I am confidant that work will bear fruit. In the meantime I have been actively writing. I am blogging and commenting on other blogs at PeaceNext. I participate there as the Mystic Tourist.

I have decided that the time has come to give the Mystic Tourist a Facebook page. You are welcome to see my work on the PeaceNext site or to visit my Facebook page. I will finish the personal work I need to do and then return to this blog with meaningful content.

To walk with God, God must be present as God’s self. God accepts and requires no intermediary.

The Mystic Tourist

2 thoughts on “Facebook

  1. “God accepts and requires no intermediary.”

    How would you harmonize this with the Christ’s declaration (John 6:65):

    “And he said, Therefore said I unto you, that no man can come unto me, except it were given unto him of my Father.”

    or as put in another translation (which makes more sense to me, or is made more clear as for the intended meaning, and would tend to harmonize with what you stated):

    “And he said, Therefore said I unto you, that no man can come unto me, except he doeth the will of my Father who hath sent me.”

    • When I consider what is written in the bible I do not consider it as ‘Truth’. I think it makes an allusion to what is true. The books of the bible were written by men other than Jesus and so I consider them to be the work of those men. Here is a quote that I like. “No man comes to the Father except by me. I am the way, the truth and the light”. Probably not the quote exactly and Jesus did not write it. What it tells me is that if you find the way, if you take the path then you are as Jesus was. You also are the way, the truth and the light. Jesus did not want us to follow him. He wanted us to find our way. The one path, the truth, the light.

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