A friend of mine asked me to describe what I do and the basic phrase I came up with was spiritual Christianity. It is very important to express a loving yet rigorous Christianity where we can live our lives in a lively way and embrace a deep sense of devotion; to get away from the stilted behavioral stigma of perfection and an expression of Christianity the is generous and embraces how the Lord is just to all. Here is an essay demonstrating the core of spirituality and of Christianity and how God is just to all in terms of salvation.
I believe our state after dying is determined by the quality of love in our soul. And there are three basic practices from our life that effect this, and that are also the basis of Christianity: 1; To acknowledge God in our hearts, 2; To be useful in life and act with care toward our neighbor, and 3; rule one and two must grow together. Neither one is substantial without the other. The marriage of rule one and two is the heavenly pattern, because this is the union of love and wisdom in our soul. The degree to which we have created concordance between them determines our state. In scripture this is expressed this way. "As the tree falleth so it layeth". The exercise of the two together in everyday life is the expression of spiritual, emotional, and psychological intelligence. Swedenborg writes: