Things to Consider If The Atonement Is Complete

A Course In Miracles says that the atonement is already complete. ACIM is sort of like a practical joke in this sense then. If the atonement is complete, then you need do nothing. If the atonement is complete, then you do not need to worry about what to say or what to do. If the atonement is complete, then your joy can be your responsibility. If it is complete, then you can ask all you want. If it is complete, then you can be in Heaven now.

God’s will for everyone is perfect happiness. If the atonement is complete, then perfect happiness for all humans is possible. A Course In Miracles emphasizes personal responsibility. That is, this book emphasizes that each and everyone is responsible for their own peace and joy. However, it also encourages humans to co-create together and thereby share and add to each other’s peace and happiness. This is a system that can likely work quite well it seems.

God wants humans to co-create wisely and create beautiful creations. God wants humans to bring joy and peace to one another. This should be fairly self-evident perhaps. God is likely logical it seems. God wants all humans to co-create joyfully and creatively. No human has to worry. No humans has to feel depressed. No human must experience distress. God wants all humans to have perfect happiness all the time and forever.

ACIM says that the atonement is complete. That means that no one has to worry about what to do. This means that humans are in Heaven now. If the atonement is not complete, then humans are not in Heaven. ACIM is likely right, it seems. If one reads A Course In Miracles, it can perhaps bring one more peace, joy and relaxation. 🙂 Perfect peace feels quite good, by its very definition.

There are no students and there are no teachers. Humans are in Heaven now. Humans need but see it. There is nothing but perfect joy. All humans have limitless power and peace. The implications of The Atonement being complete are good! 🙂 God wants all humans to realize their own perfect happiness.

Leave a Reply