Who is God?
Sep 20, 1995 09:01 PM
Let me try to explain who God is.
If as a man I can imagine who God is and I come up with
a God who is the Master of all of Colorado. He is the Great
Ruler of Colorado. And yet another determines that his
Great God is the God of the North American Continent, then
the second man's God is superior than the one I imagined.
If you carry the progression to its logical end you end up with
a God that is OMNIPOTENT, OMNIPRESENT, and OMNISCIENT.
There is no other God more anything than this God. The God of Gods.
Also I think that it is more powerful to be a personal God that
desires relationship with His creation than one that is not.
If this God as described above does not exist, then man's
imagination is greater than the actual God.
This is a strange conclusion. That the created is greater
than the Creator.
Intrestingly enough...the bible declares GODS omni's and
He is very personal.
The bible declares that He is unchangeable and that He existed
before all that is Created. It also declares that He is self-sufficient.
Yet all of creation changes and is reliant.
Again the greater God being revealed.
If your God is less than the Most High God then you are
worshipping a lesser God.
And obviously the God that exists is greater than the one that
does not. Yet regarding matters of the heart...many follow a
God that does not nor never will exist.
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