This is a response I wrote after reading an article on a blog called "Words on Serge Benhayon" The article is called "The pain in doing good"
This is a very powerful and empowering article because it confirms what many of us can feel but maybe haven't been able to put words into. Like the author of this article I attended quite a few masses when I was younger but I could never really feel any form of love happening there. I know that what I felt inside was very precious and for me that was my connection with God but back then I didn't call it God so when I heard people speak about God and I couldn't feel any love in their words I started to question God and for quite a while I created an issue with the word God. The insidious thing is that when I started to question the word God I also started to question and leave my innate connection that I had with God. Now I'm claiming back back what I know God to be and as much as I can I love speaking about God because it's something that has never left me. I left it because I bought into others version of God even though there are only one true version. God is something that forever lives within us and is deeply connected with how we are and carry ourselves. The phrase that "We are all God's children" are for me very true and God does never leave us. We might leave this connection out of reaction when God is spoken about without love and I would say fair enough, but then we should all claim back what we know love to be and by that we will also claim back what God truly is. This will also put pressure on those speaking about God but are not really connected to what God truly means. Talking about God is one thing - living with God is what counts.