And into whatsoever house ye enter, first say, Peace be to this house.John, IV: 35-38:35] Say not ye, There are yet four months, and then cometh harvest? behold, I say unto you, Lift up your eyes, and look on the fields; for they arewhite already to harvest. And he that reapeth receiveth wages, and gathereth fruit unto life eternal: that both he that soweth and he that reapeth may rejoice together. And herein is that saying true, One soweth, and another reapeth. I sent you to reap that whereon ye bestowed no labour: other men laboured, and ye are entered into their labours.
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Our reality is that there is a religious historic in every country and in Brazil as a democratic free Nation, and of open hands to all peoples and creeds of cultures, there are hundreds of aggregated religions and the people in their living some with the others gain acknowledgements of a little from here a little from there, and the people live inharmony one with the other and hence the religious peace to us ward is blessed by God. And each one in his own freedom arrives to his own conclusions to choose which religion or not, to be joinedand in that or in that choice one is respected by others, it is in that which Brazil is curious and to be admired, becausewithout paying much attention, it is a paradise at least a religious one, because there is harmony and union one toanother, and from the cultures of some and others, even if they be different, there is tolerance, respect and mutualacceptance, and there be a natural disaster, how much solidarity is spontaneously offered some to the others in needby the people in charity without asking of what religion they do belong, assuming that we are already in the way of goodness, if we observes that men is being more and more brotherly and solidary to the sufferings of their neighbors,Jesus said: ‘I was hungry and you gave me to eat’.
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Let us have some backing up to our study and meditation, in the AllanKardec’s book “Gênesis” chapter, XVIII: items, 3 to 5 & items, 15, 16 and 17:
3. – While this progressive movement of harmony is inevitable, because it is natural, it does not follow thatGod is indifferent to it, and that, after having established laws, he is now in inactive state, leaving things to take careof themselves. His laws are eternal and immutable without doubt, but only because his will itself is eternal andconstant, and that his thought animates constantly all things. His thought which penetrates all things is the intelligentand permanent force which keeps all in harmony. If this thought should one movement cease to act, the universewould be like a clock without a pendulum. God watches, then, incessantly over the execution of His laws; and thespirits who populate space are his ministers charged with the details according to the unfoldment of their functions intheir degree of advancement.4. – the Universe is at the same time an incommensurable mechanism, conducted by a number no lessincommensurable intelligences, an immense government, where every intelligent being has his active part assignedhim under the eye of the Sovereign Master, whose unique will maintains unity everywhere. Under the empire of thisvast regulating power, all moves, all operates in perfect order. That which seems like perturbations to us are partialand isolated movements, which appear irregular only because our sight is circumscribed. If our vision could embracethe whole, we would see that these irregularities are only apparent, and that they harmonize with all.5. – Humanity has already accomplished incontestable progress. Men by their intelligence have attained to aknowledge of the sciences, arts, and material comforts never reached before. An immense progress still remains for them to realize, which is to make
charity, fraternity, and union reign among them in order to assure to them their moral well-being.
They could never accomplish this progress with their present beliefs, their superannuatedinstitutions, which are remains of another age, good for a certain epoch, sufficient for a transitory state, but which,having given all that it has to give, would only be a hindrance now. It is not only the development of intelligence whichis necessary to men, it is the elevation of sentiment; and for that reason it is necessary to destroy all that whichexcites in them undue selfishness or pride.Such is the period upon which they arte entering, and which will mark one of the most important phases of humanity. This phase, which is being elaborated at this moment, is the necessary complement of the precedent state,as the mainly age is that of youth. It could then be foreseen and predicted in advance, and thus they say that thetimes appointed by God have come.
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15. – Whoever has meditated upon Spiritism and its consequences, and circumscribes it not to the productionof a few phenomena, comprehends that it opens to harmony a new way, and unrolls to it infinite horizons. By initiatingit into the mysteries of the invisible world, it shows to it its true role in creation, a perpetually active one, as well to the