God does not like rituals and sacraments. That is religion. God doesn’t care about religion – God cares about His people, the Adamic White race.
God (Yahweh) doesn’t require much from us. Jesus said that all the law and prophets are summed up with this: Love God with all your heart, and love your neighbor as yourself. He even told us how to practice this in deed by saying, “Do unto others as you’d have them do unto you.” That’s it – The Golden Rule. It’s really that simple.
You can be a better person than you think you can be, and you can inspire others to become better than they think they can be. The Spirit of God will favor your inspirational labors. You must simply remain aware of the truth and show compassion in your interactions with your fellow White brothers and sisters. Your efforts will generate positive spiritual energy in our world, which is so needed today in this world full of selfishness and materialism.
Make sure your motives, intents and desires are good. Your integrity and commitment to holy principles will keep you from being tempted by unholy distractions unworthy of your time and concern.
An old teaching story tells of a man who prayed continually for the ability to succeed in life. Then, one night he dreamed of going into the forest to attain understanding. The next morning he went into the woods and wandered for several hours looking for some sign that would provide answers. When he finally stopped to rest, he saw a fox with no legs lying between two rocks in a cool place. Curious as to how a legless fox could survive, he waited until sunset when he observed a lion come and lay meat before the fox.
“Ah, I understand,” the man thought. “The secret to success in life is to trust that God will take care of all my needs. I don’t need to provide for myself. All I have to do is wait on God.”
Two weeks later, weakened and starving, the man had another dream. In it he heard a voice say, “Fool. Be like the lion, not the fox.”
Another story was once told about the difference between Heaven and Hell. The scenes were identical in both settings. A banquet room with a long table covered with delicious food. In both places, the people there had straight arms with no elbows. None of them in Heaven or Hell could bend their arms and were unable to feed themselves with their own hands. The ones in Hell starved, but the ones in Heaven extended their food-filled hands to their fellow citizens, feeding each other.
Giving to others is where we receive our own blessings. Serving others is what love and life is all about.