In other words, if this Branch ends up not holding me — if my beloved Jesus is not standing there to receive me when I die — then all of this faith is worth nothing and I have trashed my life
Jack, I don’t understand this concept.
Michael Stalcup

I believe Jesus will be there to receive you when you die. And Mohammed will be there for Muslims. And the Goddess for Wiccans. Divinity is real, and it is what it is. Our needs and wants shape it to our understanding is all. We get what we ask for. That does not make God imaginary. It makes Divinity as it is just far enough beyond our human comprehension that we need to put a face on it in order to relate. I don’t believe God takes any offense at the variety of faces we ask God to wear.

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