Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Glorifying Krishna

Why would I want to glorify Krishna? What other God claims to be all the other gods in secret? In other words, which of the other gods claims to The Hidden One who really justifies all faiths? God is known by many names and is approached through many different views of faith. How many of the gods of those faiths do you know, who claim to be The God of all those faiths; or The Father of all those children? Well, Krishna claims this saying, "When they worship the various gods, they in fact worship Me unawares and I bless them according to the measure of their faith".

It is important to come to the one true god. Although we may have called him by different names, when we do finally come to him, we will find him saying, 'I am the god of all faiths'. Krishna IS Yahweh, Allah, Jesus, and Buddha. Krishna is The One Triune God, known as Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva. Of the primary faiths of this world, most gods claim that those who don't follow them go down to hell, or eternal separation from The One True God.

Only Lord Krishna speaks profound wisdom, which the world rejects. We may find his words in scriptures, such as Bhagavad Gita, Mahabharata or Srimad Bhagavatam. These relics bear testimony of his incarnation, Krishna Vasudeva, who born among men around 5,000 years ago. He was known as Yadava, (Yahweh) King of the ancient Yadhu Dynasty. He is The Ancient Of Days, as witnessed by John The Revelator. Singing His Name is the true way to salvation; as bearing the name of the lord has always been.

The Mantra offered to the world is easy and not at all burdensome. One need merely chant the name in his mind or in a gentle whisper to be sanctified by Krishna. This faith is at least 10,000 years old, going back to Ramah, the previous incarnation of Krishna. Ramah is found in the bible and the Quran, as well as the far ancient Egyptian texts, found even on the walls of the pyramids. Thus The Lord is known as Hare, Ramah and Krishna. So when we utter these names we fulfill all things:

Hare Krishna Hare Krishna
Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Ramah Hare Ramah
Ramah Ramah Hare Hare

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