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The Sacred Divine
I believe the Divine sacred is something more powerful than anything on earth.
Not necessarily in a physical sense but more in a spiritual. I feel that the
youth of today, more than any other time in the world\'s history, needs to know
something about what their parents and ancestors have found in religion. As we
look at today\'s youth we see a decline in good Christian values or in a better
sense the falling away from the good life Jesus has taught us. I remember when
was a little boy my father always made me attend every funeral that happened to
family or friends, even if I didn\'t know them. I remember always asking my
father if the deceased went to heaven or hell? My father would always tell me
if the deceased was a member of the church, followed the ten commandments, and
followed the good life taught to us by Jesus, he was enrolled for heaven. If
the deceased had never went to church, broke some of the ten commandments, and
did not follow the good life, he was consigned to hell. Myself as a six-year-
old I never wanted to go to hell. I remember what my Sunday school teachers
told of this place where you live in a a fiery pit always in pain. I\'m sorry,
but that just doesn\'t sound like fun to me. I began from then on being the best
person I could, I never missed church on Sundays, and to the best of my ability
tried to live the life Jesus has paved for us. This is by far the most
religious experience, that I have ever experienced in my life. I never found
myself so part of a religion, that I was so Christian that I was going to live
my life in such a way that I was going to heaven. In my judgment there has
never been a time in the history of the world when men and women were so eager
to find a religion or religious truth. They seem to be looking for something
they should have found in their childhood, like I did. I realized that at an
early age what the good life was and in knowing that I could live my life
accordingly. My relation to the universe is, for me, an all important affair.
I can make no attempt to teach everyone the way that I have realized when I was
little, nor do I attempt to solve all the problems that any one day presents.
However, I am ever growing and through growing so is my faith in the religion
that I have lived my life for. As I wait for Jesus to walk in this world again
and all my answers of the divine are answered. Then the mystery will be solved.
Until that day arrives I will continue to live my life the best was I know how
all due to the fact of my religious experience that happened to me when I was a
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