KARMA the GOD
"In vain they do worship me, teaching for doctrines the commandments of man. Your faith lays in the wisdom of men,in the wisdom of this world, in the words which man's wisdom teaches. You worship you know not what; we know what we worship." (Mtt 15:9 ; 1Co 2:5,6,13 ; Jn 4:22)
Karma is "the gods of the ancients and the God of all religions today: be good and good things will come your way. Karma is the God of good and evil, of reward and punishment - "I form the light and create darkness; I make peace and create evil." (Isa 45:7) If things are good, we have pleased God and he is with us. If things are bad, we have displeased God and he is punishing us. God brings good and peace, or evil and suffering.
Karma has been called God and humans have been worshipping the 'phenomena' in one way or another since the beginning. Only recently, around 450 BCE did the Hebrews make Karma the God into a human form. Read the Old Testament or the Jewish Scriptures and see for yourself - the God of good & evil, of cause and effect, of reward and punishment; LORD God is directly connected to creating all the good and evil on this planet. All religions worship the same God, the God of fear, anger, hatred and revenge.
Read John 9:1-7 about a man born blind, whereby one of Jesus' disciples asks, "who sinned; him or his parents that he was born blind?" Is this God punishing the man for sinning: but wait, why would he be born blind if he hadn't sinned yet? reincarnation?
Karma is being used to blame the 'suffer' for their own suffering; that they must have done something to "deserve it". Karma is not only being used to blame , but to enact further suffering upon the suffer: the way of the devil. If a person back then didn't know about Job, and heard his terrible story and then came upon him after his trials and tribulations, would they not think, "What did this man do to deserve such punishment from God?"
Jesus answered the disciple and said, 'neither". Don't blame the works of the devil on the victim - and Jesus showed the works of the Living God, not the God of the dead.
Jesus told us that we are worshipping the Law, the God of this world, eating from his Tree of Good & Evil, instead of the Tree of Life, the Living God of righteousness, understanding and grace.