Charity Never Faileth

18 Oct

October 17, 2016

1 Corinthians Chapter 13

13 And now abideth faith, hope, charity, these three;
but the greatest of these is charity.

I mentioned before that if ever i worry about anything, Heavenly Mother always tells me that i don’t have anything to worry about. I am beginning to understand what that means. First, it means having a clear conscience with God. I, like many other people, previously thought that being a Christian meant being as perfect as you can and never doing anything wrong. However, a better description of being a Christian is someone who is carrying out the will of God, no matter what it is. It may not involve being perfect, it may mean telling lies to deceive your enemy, or as in the case of Samson, it may be killing some of God’s enemies. Having a clear conscience with God means you don’t have anything to worry about. And i am reminded of Jesus when He said “Daughter, your faith has healed you”. Because we have faith, we don’t have anything to worry about. If we have doubts, that is the opposite of faith. Doubt is not believing in faith. Instead of having doubts and worry, we don’t, because we have faith, instead.

Before i read about Tesla’s specially wound coil that he supposedly used in his motor-generator set, the motor that powered it’s own self. I previously had envisioned some sort of weird, flat kind of winding, that wouldn’t even fit inside a motor armature, or something like that. But now i believe it’s more likely that his “specially wound” coil was a three phase coil system. In the case of an electric motor, it will drag, and needs continuous external power. But i believe maybe he built a three phase mg set, and built his windings so that they pulled the armature around, instead of dragging against it. A three phase winding would be a continuously rotating field, or something like that. But i don’t know how he did it. It’s a secret.

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