Question: “They don’t know the Father, and so how could the Father have mercy on them? Only when they follow the Teacher’s directions can there be mercy.” I don’t get it, Father must have mercy on each and every soul whatever they are. Why Father said so? Could you explain pls?

Thank you for your great question!
Dear so

It would be nice if you quote the date of that Murli as well. I know it is from today’s but for the future. Below the excerpt in reference:

“They fight when they don’t belong to the Lord and Master. They do not know their Mother and Father. They even sing: You
are the Mother and Father and we are Your children. Through Your mercy we receive the treasures of
happiness. Because there are no treasures of happiness now, they say: We receive no mercy from the
Mother and Father. They don’t know the Father, and so how could the Father have mercy on them? Only
when they follow the Teacher’s directions can there be mercy.”

Accordingly, a couple of answers for you:

We know that the “Father’s mercy is his knowledge.” He has mentioned this in avaykt Murlis.
You are pointing out one of the issues with Sakar Murlis: It is talking to the children in “general,” but to Brahmin souls in “particular.” In that view, Brahma Baba is merely pointing out the “BK children fortune” of “knowing the Father.” (For they have this knowledge.)

However, we know that every religion experiences God according to their teachings and experiences. Because we have a higher grasp of the understanding of he Drama (at this time) and can understand that “reality is just a perception of it” based on a role, we can see that other religions also experience “God’s mercy.” 🙂 (however they want to define it.)

Now, if we want to be totally “devotion” free; there is no such a thing as “God’s mercy.” It is a Drama. Roles will arise at a certain time for those who according to their capacity (expressed through their karmic accounts,) are able to put it in effect. In this Drama, those who need to understand, will understand and then, in a numberwise manner.

Best wishes!

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