As We Roll Upward Towards the Light
Light (white), holds all the colors in our earth’s spectrum (millions of colors if we were talking about heaven’s). A lack of light, darkness, is where devils, his subjects, and God, in conquest of saving souls, has descended, and conquered all their domains. For God comprehends, and has all godly power and control over all his children’s eternal welfare and eternal progression. Not worldly control as some might erroneously think, but a Godly control. Life in God’s sphere is ordered by Him, rather than by us in our chaos.
Think of a baby in it’s father’s or mother’s arms. Does it go to work, or prepare a meal? No, yet it is cared for in all its needs by the ones who birthed it. Does it have to provide shelter or self protection? No. Then who’s care is it under? The parent’s. God is our Father. We are His children. He, in a Godly way, controls the circumstances of His children. We are currently unable to care for ourselves, yet by and by, as a child can grow up to be like its parents, so can we. We will too, everyone eventually, will have this come to them in the eons of eternal lives. God’s plan is truly perfect!
Do we have a Heavenly Mother? Yes, each one of us does, and God has his nurture upon us all, not just here, but throughout all the eternal lives through our progression.
Concerning the two opposing forces, there is a little bit of good in everything bad that happens, as likewise, there is a little bit of bad, in everything good that happens. A compound in one, otherwise it would be dead, having no life, nor death, sense, nor insensibility, corruption, nor incorruption.
With opposition in all things, there is good also compounded with bad. We get to choose which force will have our majority, or in other words, we can choose the better part, through the exercise of agency, which is the ability to do good.
We can take what little good is in a situation, and learn from the bad, never having to walk down that path again. And likewise, we can have a beautiful and glorious experience from the tender mercies of the Lord through good actions, provided by God’s grace, and receive the little bit of bad which comes with it, which can serve to tutor us, as we choose to learn from it.