Idea of the Divine Mercy and Justice
Love according to essenceism is one of the causative forces of the Original Being. Introducing God's love on a world-wide scale or a single human being can be called the Mercy of God. It has a lot in common with the Justice of God, because the Original Being gives lovingly in a way every one of His children, that is, every human being.
Beyond religion, mercy is an act of good towards another person, especially when that person deserves to be punished for his actions. This act has the character of grace or forgiveness, even total. It is not surprising that it moved easily to the religious plane and began to relate to God forgiving people for their sins. This last statement, however, requires a deeper thought. Perhaps in this case, too, religions have transposed the human way of perceiving love to the Original Being. This often happens in the case of an imaginary God, that is, created in the image and likeness of a human being.
Many religions have called the action of God's love in various ways. In the last century, the Catholic Church raised God's Mercy to the highest level. According to this confession, next to Divine Providence, it is in this way that we experience the help of God. Religions often emphasize that the Mercy of God becomes especially effective when human efforts will appear in front of it, to constantly thank God for it. In this way, the especially saving work of Jesus Christ is treated. The point, of course, is that through Him we are forgiven of our sins. They keep repeating that the Creator has mercy on sinful people and has sacrificed their Son's life for them. This effectively touches the deepest feelings of every human being.
Essenceism draws attention to the fact that religious interpretations of the Divine Mercy, as well as God's Justice and Salvation are inappropriate. They were adapted to the needs of a given religious cult. They may have little to do with reality.
Essenceism shows that the Divine Mercy proclaimed by various denominations, as well as many other such religious concepts, indirectly negates the perfection of God. They tell people that God works because of evil in the life of humanity. In such a case God, presented instead of being a perfect Creator, becomes not only a "corrector" of people, but also a "corrector" of Himself. Sometimes it looks as if God, seeing what is happening with people, instead of being a strict Judge, took pity on us and began to help people. It is a very "human" God, that is, imagined by the followers of various religions.
God, presented for example in the Christian version of "mercy", behaves as if He broke something in His work. From Christian theology emerges Heavenly Father, who first gave free will to man, and then, after a certain defeat of His achievements, He sends to people the prophets, saints and various preachers to remedy the existing state of affairs. This is particularly evident in the case of the analysis of the mission of Jesus Christ. This applies to the aforementioned claim of Christians that God, because of His paternal love for people (Divine Mercy), sent His Son, that He would destroy our sins by martyrdom on the cross. Such belief is another example of a complete misunderstanding of the Creator's Personality. I must quote here the words I repeat in all my publications: "How God, the Creator of the commandment, "do not kill", could have used a bloody victim, or rather a murder, as a method for the salvation of the world?! After all Jesus could not kill himself, but people had to do it. Under no circumstances can a murder committed by people, God's potential children, be an instrument in the hands of God. The idea of salvation by a blood sacrifice is a pagan character, and like everything pagan, it is very far from God's ways of acting".
According to essenceism, this should not be the case anyway. Such mercy is a figment for the needs of worship. It does not take into account the true Nature of God. The true God is perfect, unchanging, and hence, he created a perfectly refined idea of His children, who in the course of earthly life should achieve personal perfection. God waits for such a result of His work, knowing that man in such a state will come to Him one day. Man, equipped by God in personality in his image and likeness, should one day come to God, although due to events in the Garden of Eden, his development has been delayed. Now he must use the help of the Savior and the angels and saints.
The question that remains is what justice or what punishments await us after entering the spiritual world?
I think that the Original Being is not God - the Avenger. He is the Father, and he is a very loving Father. We generally know how an ordinary "earthly parent" should behave towards his children. God is a hundred times better father than even the best parent. He does not reject anyone because He created every man by Himself. He could not, therefore, seek His defeat by perpetually rejecting His own children. The “religious” hell waiting for us after death, as well as purgatory, is a transitional form of the spiritual world, created as a result of the appearance of evil on Earth. As I often emphasize in this study, the Love of the Heavenly Father is eternal and unconditional. It is so huge that it does not "see" anything but good. The fall of His children could not weaken God’s Love, on the contrary, if possible, he strengthened her even more.
God's justice and God's mercy are His proper way of existence. They did not arise because His children created a civilization that was foreign to Him. It follows that we do not need to be afraid because of God's justice, but on the contrary, we must love Him absolutely. One can be afraid of threats resulting from the existence of evil. At the same time, fear of evil should be limited, apologizing people for wrongdoing and repairing what we have spoiled. Then we will no longer have to live in fear of some "just" punishment from the Supreme Judge.
Essenceism openly presents its explanation of Divine Mercy. It is above all a sign of God's boundless love. God Himself does not function in our earthly reality because He does not know evil. God's mercy begins to work at the moment of our death, that is, when we enter the spiritual world. For God knows nothing about our previous sinful life. Only we know about our lives and we will judge it after entering the spiritual world and understanding God's laws.
It is worth realizing that God loves us absolutely, that is, without knowledge of evil, but only in the full awareness of good. This attitude of God towards people when we enter "His world" can be compared to a person in love who wants to be with their partner very much. In our world often the love of one person to another is so great that this person does not see any defects or wrongs in his partner. This individual treats the person he loves as the walking ideal of good.
God is a hundredfold better than any loving partner. His love is so great that there is absolutely no room for evil in it. It is an absolute good. Based on this good, the implementation of God's love, or His Mercy, works.