Being a God has its drawbacks and its privileges. One of the privileges is that you have an opportunity to create your version of humanity. You can decide who they will become when they are mature functioning beings. Will they be independent and self sufficient? Will they always and forever need your care and comfort, or will they never need you past a certain point? When humanity was created, I knew that only God Almighty would know what was best, and I determined, with his help, to create the best version of humanity. I wanted human beings to be self sufficient, but to need each other, to be kind and compassionate, but to fiercely oppose evil, to be willing to share, but to protect their investments, and to be all they wish to be, but to seek first the kingdom. I was seeking the perfect balance.
When I determined to forge this newest path of independence, I had no idea that I would have to defend their right to be independent, that the devil himself would seek to enslave them, and that the road to eternity would be long and winding. I assumed that we would be at the gates to eternity within five thousand years after humans were created. Unfortunately, that is not what happened. When five thousand years arrived, the Messiah was being crucified, thereby adding another two thousand years to the journey, and another one thousand years to cleanse the earth. We also faced the prospect of the antichrist who would compound the problem. In fact, he has multiplied the problem by ten, or by ten thousand, depending on who you ask. Never could we have anticipated the complex web of evil and deception that now exists on the earth. My last visit was two thousand years ago when, for a brief moment, evil gained the upper hand and shut the earth's entry points from heaven.
My journey has been even more treacherous than the earth's journey, and more debilitating. Gods whose earths have lost their Messiah must lose their heads, as decreed by the devil himself. It means that their connection to their creation must be completely severed. If they ever regain it, they do so by trial and error, and by blood, sweat and tears. Their creation must desperately want to connect with them.
The Lord God Father in heaven, El Elohim