I believe in one God who manifests in three parts: Spirit, Father, and Son. The Father is the Creator: the one who designed all (with the Spirit) and brought it into existence. The Spirit, as well as designing existence with the father, is the most active in our lives today. He isn’t our conscience, but performs a role similar to that, but with a higher, stronger purpose: a religious conscience that we need to ask to receive, if you will. The Son is the most relevant for the transition to the next life, where all three are one. The Son was sent (in agreement with Himself, the Father and Spirit) to die as a sacrifice for our sins, as was God’s expectation for us at the time. By doing this, he took our sins upon himself, and descended into hell to experience what he would eventually condemn those who do not accept him to feel. He was not willing to subject his children to anything He hadn’t felt himself.
So what does God want for me? God wants me, above all, to try my hardest to live a life devoted to Him alone. He wants me to be a peaceful, loving, and understanding person who doesn’t fall to any, petty or not, “hates” or “angers.” He wants me to take myself, and give it away. He wants me to give it to the people who don’t know what to do, the people who are lost without Him, and the people who can’t find ways to sustain themselves. While I don’t expect to do this perfectly, I want to be with those who support me and do not try to lead me astray from the life He wants me to live.
In my own words, I want to love people unconditionally and not judge so hard that it goes beyond hurting.
He also wants me to talk. Not only to others about my faith (mostly when they ask), but with him. My emphasis here is on “with,” not “to.” It’s on “with” because God wants me to listen back. I know that God enjoys our talks more when there is back and forth chatting, not just me rattling off a list of requests.
All in all, I want to be me in the way He wants me to be: for One alone.