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Character, Purpose, Plan and Values


The character of the Unified Serving Entity (USE)−otherwise referred to as the Father by the J-person−is to serve, to fulfill, to maximize life and morale. The Godhead cannot be satisfied or have his desire/needs fulfilled unless all of humanity's are first or simultaneously fulfilled. His character is that of lover, not of ruler or law giver. He is potent with graciousness, not policy or fiat law backed by force or violence. The most special characteristic of the USE is that these human beings are romantic and passionate.


The USE is the creator of all that has been added since the Originator began creation; but how they create is not nearly as important or interesting as to WHY they create. The thinking of this site is that the creation of the race to which we belong is intended to be another Supreme Family in the cosmos.


The grand purpose of life and all creation is revealed by the theme of romance that begins in the first part of Genesis, runs through the scriptures and other great literature, and that is undergirded by our own romance, intimacy and sexuality. Even Paul understood this. Romantic spiritual literature portrays god as the love-hungry man waiting for his bride to come into unity, equality and supremacy, and purposes to live happily with her for all ages.


The plan of the USE is envisioned to be one of universalism where ultimately every human being will be saved, where no human being will be thrown away, unless for some unfathomable reason an individual ultimately insists on not existing.


The most sacred thing in the universe is human life. Nothing else on this earth is sacred except as it serves the sustenance and enhancement of life. God's supreme ethic is equality, liberty, good will and freedom of choice, and he demonstrated this by allowing us to kill his son and choose what to believe.

Will of God

The desire of God is spelled out in John 17 where Jesus uses the ultimate Hebrew communication emphasis technique (recorded only twice as being used by Jesus) to say what he wants. This cultural convention was to say something three times and then turn around and say it again a different way. He desires with ultimate passion to have his children be in unity of character, purpose, and values with each other, and have his new supreme corporate family be in unity with him.


The final resolution of all issues for every individual will be accomplished by the end of the next age, which we can call the age of judgment/justice. There are obviously different levels of believing. Those who have adequately believed will do the "judging" and the words of Jesus will be the "judge". Let the reader ponder that the word "judge" primarily means to save, and that ultimate justice would be for everyone to be brought into the truth and be fulfilled and happy.


The human destiny for us is to be equal to Jesus as individual Sons of God as his brothers; for us corporately to be supreme through equality with the Original Supreme Family. Primarily, God will be serving us; secondarily, we will be serving him. We will, of course, take part in managing the universe since it was made for us.

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