The parable of the Bula man-river is the story of the miraculous life God promises man from the beginning. By creating man in His own likeness, He forever placed man on a path of living the miraculous life. He is divine and we are mortal, and More...
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Publisher: Xulon Press
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The parable of the Bula man-river is the story of the miraculous life God promises man from the beginning. By creating man in His own likeness, He forever placed man on a path of living the miraculous life. He is divine and we are mortal, and whenever the two intersect, miracles happen. As humans, it's impossible for man to experience the glory of God's divine Being, so he experiences miracles - the divine spark. Miracles are foretastes of man's future in the glorious presence of God. It's a life of unimaginable, awe-inspiring wonder, both now and future. From the beginning, Adam and Eve experienced this miraculous life firsthand. God lovingly and miraculously planted them a garden-home which had all the resources for their survival and happiness. God did not point to a jungle and charged Adam with planting a garden himself. No, God planted it with His own hands. This miraculous life was man's destiny from the start, and continues to this day. The whole earth, hanging in the blackness of space, is the larger Edenic home we all share as co-inhabitants of it. But man fails to respond with gratitude to "dress and keep it." Lost in the jungle of his own narcissistic 'self, ' man seeks for life's answers which only the "BULA" man-river can supply. For those who change into the likeness of God's love, God leads them to a new Eden. This is where the miraculous life is lived as naturally as breathing. This is what this book is about - miracles It begins with the life of the "BULA" man-river He is the product of God's love. It begins with love-gifts from the Father which form the substance of the three-dimensional life of the "BULA" man-river - the Miracle Man. Read about the two wonderful love-gifts of the Father.