Mammals, Heaven Bound!
Updated: Jan 27, 2021
All living things have the Spirit of the Lord God within them. That is why they live since nothing can exist apart from our Lord God. Not all animals and creatures will go to heaven with our Lord God. Instead, only those who happen to be mammals, with a few exceptions. This is due to mammals being more spiritual than other animals. All other animals and creatures do not have their level of spirituality. An excellent example of the spirituality of mammals is the dog. Do they not love us, unconditionally? Yes, they certainly do. Anyone who has ever raised a dog and loved their dog will know just how loving they can be, and understanding as well. They can even understand our words. They know when we are feeling good and when we are feeling bad. They will even make an effort to cheer us up. They know how we hurt when someone we love dies or are lost to us. They stand by our side and comfort us as best they can. They will even weep when their loving master dies. It is a very sad experience for them, and some dogs have even mourned themselves to death.
Why does our Lord God love mammals? Why would our Lord God take mammals to heaven and not all of the other animals? It is quite simple; other large and even tiny animals do not have the spiritual development to warrant such a reward in heaven. When they die, their tiny spirit is reabsorbed into our Lord God's spirit.
Does it strike you that a furious Lion would be a loving animal? They are indeed very loving, although they can be fierce when they are hunting and defending themselves against invaders to their territory, such as Hyenas or other big cats who want their territory. However, they do love and care for one another in their Lion pride, as it is called. Mammals tend to stick together in groups to care for one another's needs and hunt in pacts to ensure everyone gets fed. Although, there can be arguments when dinner is served, such as who gets what part of the deer they may have killed. All in all, they get along very nicely and even carefully plan out their strategy for capturing the prey they set their sights on.
Most scientists still do not believe that Lions or other animals have a language to communicate with other Lions. They believe it is all instinct, yet, when something goes wrong in the hunt for the Lion's next meal, scientists are baffled how quickly they can regroup and begin the chase again. They marvel at how quickly the Lions can have the prey virtually trapped once more. Sometimes the target gets away; however, most often, when they are all hunting as a group, their prey does not stand a chance of escaping, except by a very slim margin.
Let us get back to the subject at hand. Why do mammals get to go to heaven when other animals just as smart and powerful do not get to go to heaven? Going to heaven is not based on how smart or how big and strong you are. It is based on spirituality. Why did mammals evolve into such spiritual beings, compared to all of the other animals? It was our Lord Gods helping hand that made that possible. Our Lord God knew that humankind would need animals to carry the heavy loads and to do tasks that a man was not strong enough to do, such as pulling a plow or pulling stumps out of the ground—pulling heavy wagons full of goods over very long distances, and so many other burdens as well. So, our Lord God made the mammals more spiritual in order to get along with humankind. And, that was their natural bent already. The beasts of burden were helping humankind to exist, so after many years of carrying a heavy burden in the service of humankind, their just reward was eternal life in heaven. Animals do not sin, so they are not required to have a savior other than the kind heart of our loving Lord God. The animals themselves wanted to be more spiritual as well. Is this not strange? To become loving and tolerant of other's mistakes and to be decent and kind toward one another? Animals are that way also, especially mammals.
Mammals have an exceptional gene that our Lord God gave them to help them to be more compassionate toward other mammals, even if they are a different species. Have you ever seen two different species of mammals become close friends and companions? I guess we all have, have we not? They will even make friends with species that they would normally not be friends with. Sometimes though, life circumstances will bring them together, and they will have to learn to get along to survive. It is truly amazing to see different species of mammals snuggling up together, such as a Bear, a Tiger, and a Lion, which I recently saw on a video someone sent me. It is a fantastic thing to see. They were all raised together from a very early age, and they simply became inseparable. If you care to watch them together, here is the link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=cy7m6-Tjca4.
There is more to see there as well, such as a mother Orangutan and a Tiger cub with the Tiger cub licking the mother Orangutan's face, who seems to like the Tiger cubs display of affection. When cats lick each other on the face, that is a show of affection. If the cat licks you on the hand or rubs up against your leg, for instance, those are displays of affection as well.
Another display of affection that you may have heard of is the love a man or a woman has for their horse. When a man's life depends on his horse running until it drops dead from heart failure, the horse will do so. How is that for love? They seem to sense that something is not right, and they need to do their all to help their master, even if it means running themselves to death.
Yet, another example is dogs on patrol in a war zone. These dogs have to be very special to do what they do in terrifying circumstances. They listen to their master and have even been called upon to attack an enemy line to give their platoon a chance to escape. They have willingly and knowingly sacrificed themselves to save their platoon—one last example.<