God on Assignment as You
The True Story of Your Incarnation

by David Hulse, D.D.

Published March 2013

I realize that this book may not be for everyone at this time. However, it is necessary to challenge the sensibilities of man-made traditions, which have made the word of present truth of no effect to this generation.

I ask that you listen to your own inner Christ intelligence which is able to lead you into all truth, rather than listening to the feeble attempts of men's voices on the paths that seem right, who are only plunging us into the depths of unanswered questions, ever learning, but never able to come to the knowledge of the truth.

In this day, there are several versions of the Bible. I suggest choosing the version which best suits your understanding of language. II Timothy 2:15 says: Study to show thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth. The study presented in this book is based on the “Thompson Chain-Reference Bible”, “Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible”, the guidance of the inner teacher – the Holy Spirit, and spiritual common sense. The result has challenged much of the second-handed information that has been passed down through Christian patriarchy. This scripture also mentions, “rightly dividing the word of truth”. To do this, we need to discern which scriptures are inspired by God and which scriptures contain man’s perceptions and hidden political and cultural agenda’s.

All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness. (II Timothy 3:16 KJV)

The Greek lexicon shows us that translators omitted a comma after the word scripture and added the word is in the King James Version. Therefore, the scripture should read, in its proper context, “All scripture, given by inspiration of God and profitable for doctrine….” It is important to note that italicized words indicate that the translators or KJV have added them.

Western religious thought has put a great emphasis on the masculinity of God. For the sake of language and the flow of reading, the pages that follow mostly address God in the masculine form. However, I honor and acknowledge the Goddess/Mother aspect of deity, (as shown in the name – El Shaddai, (the large and many-breasted one) that I equally celebrate in spirit.

If you are in the process of re-examining old childhood beliefs and have realized there has to be a “more excellent way”, this book is for you. With this in mind, I invite you to open your minds and your hearts to this great process of incarnation, when an adventurous playful creator chose to experience and play the game humanity with all of its diversity.

Peace & Blessings,

David Hulse, D.D. Author

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Paranoia Process 1

Anatomy Of The Process 1

Preconceived Ideas 2

Gimme That Old-Time Orthonoia 3

Experience The Experience 4

The Insanity Of Paranoia 5

Paranoia Is Positive 7

The Metanoia Experience 7

Growing In The Problem 8

Fullfilling Generations Of Consciousness 9

Through The Age 10

The Deeper Experience 10

Experience For The Universal Purpose 11

Giving Things Power 12

Transmuting The Experience 12

The Power Of At-One-Ment 13

Finding At-One-Ment 14

Raising Our Consciousness 14

Poverty-Conscious Religion 15

Seeing God In All Things 16

Coming From Our True Identity 17

The Word Made Flesh 17

The Indestructible Truth 18

Being Transformed 18

Thinking With Spirit 19

Act From Our Reality 20

Our "Now’ Consciousness 20

A Shift In Perception 23

A New Focus 23

Rewriting Our Life Script 24

Understanding The Psychological Process 28

The Mechanics Of Miracles 31

This Is Our Destiny 37

God On Assignment 41

The Essence Of Pure Religion 42

God In Disguise: The Missing Part 43

Your God Frequency 44

Embracing Your Humanity, Struggling With Humanity 45

Embracing Ourselves 45

Knowing Our Humanity 46

The Purpose For Our Experience 46

Son Or Daughter Of God And Humanity

The Universal Connection 47

Identity As A Savior 47

Being Made Sin 48

Driven By A Fit Person 49

The Truth Shall Make Us Free 49

Our Mistake In Identity 50

The Humanity Of The Chosen 50

Salvation Unto God

Missing The Character 51

The Lowering Of The Creator 51

Understanding The Son Or Daughter 52

Holy Ground 53

Our Mis-Creation 53

Raising Our Divinity 53

Accepting Our Assignment The Unlikely Path 54

In The Likeness Of Sinful Flesh 55

In All Realms Of Humanity 55

Receiveing Our Totality 56

Coming In Your Own Name 57

The Order Of Life 57

Intended Order 57

The Human Being 57

The Angelic Order 58

The Animal Kingdom 58

The Call To Return 59

Our Responsibility 59

The Name Of God 62

Traditional Church View 62

Understanding The Name 63

The Essence Of The Name 63

Inside The Family 63

The Power Of Thought - Our Name Code 64

The Power Of Choice 65

Mass Thinking 65

Distorted Relationships 66

Formation Of The Belief System 66

Breaking The Patterns 67

The Way Out - The Escape Mentality 67

Embracing Is The Answer 67

Participate In Life 68

Go In Our Name 69

Coming From The Heart 71

Introduction 71

The Meaning Of Love 72

Human Love 72

God-Self 73

Interpretation Of Spirit 73

The Adventure Of Expression 74


Religious Control 75

Changing Our Thinking 75

The Band 76

The Love Risk 76

The Inventions Of Man In The World 76

The Call To Return 77

The Mystery Of The Double Soul 77

The Way Out 78

The Importance Of Getting Out 78

A Personal Journey 79


Book Sample:



If you seem to be going through a time of mistrust, disorganized thinking, and re-evaluation of beliefs, you could very well be experiencing the paranoia process. What is this process, and why must we pass through this dark upheaval on our way to at-one-ment?

In answer to that, I want to begin with a little background concerning the development of words so we understand the evolution of the meaning of this process.

Like everything else, the meanings of words have, through the passage of time, taken on completely different meanings from their original form. As their meanings change, many words have to be redefined.

The word radical is a great example of a word that has changed meaning over time. Today, a radical is someone who has extreme politics or who carries out violent agendas such as bombings and assassinations. But that's not what the word radical meant when it came into the English language from the Latin word radix. It’s from that Latin word radix that we get the English word radish, because the word radix in Latin means root. We named that little vegetable a radish, because it is a root/tuber plant.

In its original meaning, a radical is a person who wants to get to the root of things. It is someone who doesn't judge by appearances or by actions and effects, but is a person who says, “I know you did that, but I'd like to understand, before I judge it, why you did that." Jesus must have been radical, because He taught," Put the axe to the root of the tree." If that's being radical, I too want to be radical. In this sense, radical carries a higher, more positive meaning than what it has come to mean today.

Now, let's look at the word religion. It can be divided into two parts, the prefix re- and the rest of the word -ligion. The prefix re- suggests the action of going back or doing something again. Webster’s New World Dictionary derives the word religion from the Latin word religio meaning the sense of right, or scruples, or religion. However, it is the root of religio that is of greater interest. Religio comes from the word religare, which means to bind back. The word religare is a combination of two words: re- which we know means going back or doing again and -ligare is to bind. We can see from this, the word religion carries the meaning to bind back or to bind again.

Yoke is another word that has been translated to mean “to harness or bind” by those who are believers in the literalism of the Bible. Yoke, however, as translated from the Aramaic as well as Sanskrit, actually means to join (unite) – union with universal spirit. The word yoke is the same Greek word used for yoga. The literalist use of the word yoke (to bind),it is a digression from the word yoga (to unite). Yoga has the definition of being joined. Feel the difference? There is harshness when you say yoked together, bound together, but when you say yoga, joined together, to which there is softness to it. It's like the joining in a marriage. When Jesus said, "Take My yoke upon you, and learn of Me..." I believe He was saying, join with Me and learn my way, (process.) Learn My yoga -yoga meaning My process that unites body, mind and spirit together again. "He who unites himself with the Lord is one spirit." (1 Cor. 6:17 KJV)

However, religion came along and took the meaning of yoga – join together – and stepped it down to yoke, bind together. That is where the word religion, to bind again, has its origin. Isn’t that what religion has done? Hasn't it BOUND together masses of people in consciousness through dogma?

In religion, we define God, and then from the premise of that definition. Jesus was saying to the people that learning is not something that binds, but rather something that eventually joins them at the top. Religion binds us to itself at the very bottom with its laws of dos and dont's.


When I spoke about the word yoga recently, I could see the defensiveness of those listening. The people were thinking, “I didn't come here to hear about yoga! This is just too far out.”

I don't know much about yoga, but I do see how people are captured by particular words. Some could not hear another thing I said because I used the word yoga. Because of their preconceived definitions of yoga, they could not glean the understanding and truth contained in this word.

This is why some religious people become so difficult to communicate with, so defensive, so argumentative. It is very difficult to sit down and have an open-minded dialog. There is nothing, as far as they're concerned, to talk about. If you, in any way, present something a little new or different they take a defensive posture because it challenges their belief system.

Within religion, spiritual evolvement is not allowed to happen because the process is built upon a preconceived definition, or doctrine. Any time we delve into an area which we ourselves have not experienced yet try to define, it becomes detrimental to our spiritual progress. This is what the word orthodox means: conforming to established doctrine or opinion.


Every person goes through three stages of consciousness on their way to understanding Truth. The first stage is directly related to orthodox belief. This stage is called Orthonoia, which represents the state of mind of a commonly accepted set of external beliefs imposed upon a person. This is what we started believing because it is what our parents believed and it’s what they taught us to believe. Orthodox consciousness is borrowed consciousness. No one comes to these conclusions individually, through personal enlightenment. These conclusions are received from somebody else. As handed-down thinking. Because it references previous understanding instead of present experience, it is dead thinking.

Consider this: denominations are not built by three or four million individually enlightened people who have all come to a similar wonderful revelation. In fact, great religions of the world can be traced to the revelation of one person like…. Mary Baker Eddy, Confucius, Mohammed, Brigham Young, Joseph Smith or Martin Luther around whose personal revelation a denomination is built.

Do we understand that all denominations are built upon one person's supposed encounter with God? Certainly not every follower has experienced a similar encounter. Denominations were built on one person's experience, even though most of the people in those denominations today have never had the same experience. Most major religions in the world are traced back to one person. This is not to say that the people I’ve mentioned did not have valid spiritual revelation or some kind of experience beyond the natural. I've come to the conclusion that every one of them had a personal encounter with what we call the divine, or else they could not be effective. One person cannot affect hundreds of millions of people without some spiritual substance to their teachings. Some spiritual revelations such as Islam, Buddhism and Catholicism have survived for thousands of years. A more recent example would be Swedenborg, an 18th century thinker from Sweden. Churches built on his teachings still exist as well as his books. People who still read and believe his writings are dedicated to them even though they've never met the man. There's got to be something to his teachings.

If I could sit down and talk to any one of the original thinkers about what their message has become, we would probably discover the current interpretation is not the same as their original experience because people have taken the founder’s experience and organized it into a belief system.

Here's a little story I heard concerning the devil and a friend who were talking as they walked down the road one day. They looked up and saw a man bend down, pick something up and put it in his pocket. Nobody said anything at first, but finally, the friend said to the devil, "Did you see what that guy did?" The devil said, " Oh yeah, I saw him. He just picked up a piece of the truth." The friend replied, "Aren’t you intimidated when somebody gets a hold of Truth?" Then the devil said, “No, I've learned if I leave them alone, they'll eventually organize it into a doctrine."

And that is exactly what has happened. The devil hasn't had to do a thing to anybody. People take truth and re-work it so that it can be organized to benefit the ego.






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