The day represent God and eternal nature. The sun is
The christ as the center.
The night is the darkness and its eternal nature. The moon as the antichrist and ruler.
The Stars as the children of God. They are ruled over by the moon as he reflect the light of the sun.
His light is not life giving but brings death.
His light is governed mainly by the earth, the prince of darkness and the sun the Christ.
The dusk represent the begining of this creation.
Light entering darkness of the water and earth.
Them the sons of God appear in the sky as the stars.
They are ruled over by the anti light from the moon. The light of the stars are self originating self sustaining, thus making them superior to that light of the moon.
The dawn represent the end of this age. Where the light of the sun fills all and the darkness is driven away.
They all have merged with the light becoming one
You have never heard "The kingdom of god is within" Jesus
or "I tell ye you are all gods" Jesus
Jesus meant He IS the Kingdom.
And the "little gods" theory is just that----a theory thought up by people with god delusions or delusions of grandeur.
He meant this for all humans, meditate and you will see this truth that ancient msytics have been talking about much earlier than Jesus.
This is the message of all enlightened ones.The crux of Christianity as well.
If god is ominpresent then he is in all things.
According to this, I flushed God down the commode earlier today.
Yes you did , all is god.
Psalm 82:6 and says, "Hasn't it been written in your Law, 'I said, you are gods'? Jesus
So you worship a god who is not omnipresent ? That cannot be god.
What is the meaning of god is omnipresent,omnipotent and omniscient. ?
Omnipresent doesn't mean in everyhting. It means He is everywhere.
Hello sir Dent you dont get it.If god is present everywhere means he is in everything as well simple.
How can he be in everywhere and not in everything, totally contradictory.
esp of a deity) present in all places at the same time
I am in the earth, but not the earth. I am in my house at this time but I am not the house nor is the house me. The contradiction is in your mind.
I ate a fudge brownie earlier. Does that make me a cannibal?
I think sirdent is correct on this one....
No, but you flush something that is a part of God...
Psalm 82:6 and says, "Hasn't it been written in your Law, 'I said, you are gods'? Jesus
He said this when he was being ridiculed.tried to get some sense into those who were ridiculing him.
Interesting, plenty of room to discuss, though.
Maybe I'll try to catch ya another time.
Too sleepy now...
I have time for one more post.
If I held an ant in one hand and convered it with the other hand, would I then be in the ant? Though I would be omnipresent to the ant, I would not be in the ant.
Good night everyone.
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–adverb in every place or part; in all places.
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–pronoun 1. every thing or particular of an aggregate or total; all.
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–noun 3. something that is extremely or most important: Money is his everything.
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If something is everywhere it is not in everything?
–adverb in every place or part; in all places. NO PLACE WHERE HE DOESNT EXIST
–pronoun 1. every thing or particular of an aggregate or total; all. ALL THINGS
Everywhere means in everything.Everywhere in all places nothing that it doesnt exist in.Meaning existing in all things, in every thing
How can god be everywhere but not in some thing?
Whats the joke?
This is the very basics of god.This is one big problem with this planet today many who have no idea of god claim to be preachers and authorities on god.
In all places means in every thing , have explained to you yet you insist you are correct?
everything can be the whole and every thing can be every single thing as well.All things,try using some logic.You dont want to learn.
Lets take a glass of water what you are saying is the glass is god but not the water within? Then god is not omnipresent , this even a 6 year old can understand.
Why is God a "HE"?
Why does God take such pains to hide himself?
Why cant you cook meat and fish together?
I was walking in a forest and a tree fell.I didn't hear it...
God isn't a He but calling God father and he made it easier for men to be superior to women back in the day. The Title stuck and so did the patriarchal society.
God doesn't hide we dont comprehend seeing God...When we see God we can't understand or percieve the sight.
the meat ends up tasting of fish.
You can only have this knowledge by being it. The Absolute is a state of consciousness and not something that is fathomable by the ordinary mind. Meaning you have to be out of it totally. the Absolute is pre manifest state. It's not physical. This world is physical and fallen.
It is not impossible to attain, yet it's totally impossible if you attempt to achieve this through biblical studies! There is knowledge = bible studies or university degrees, and thee is knowledge = experience. The experience is where the term Absolute is given integrity. You have to walk the same path as 'Jesus' to come close to achieving this. It's not enough to read about it, you have to alter your entire perception of the human physical standpoint.
Using the term Absolute when speaking about God to mainstream Christians is a recipe for disaster leading to a total misunderstanding of what that term really means. If you want to bridge Hindu terms to Christianity, you need major context. If not, expect stupid circular answers to what is a very big subject.
LOL sounds like the voice of experience to me... You get one of the t-shirts too?
"Been there done that, and I have the T-shirt to prove it." -is an expression here in the States... It has been shortened down to a reference of a t-shirt... but it conveys a shared experience or just an experience. (it was started because of the 't-shirts' millions of tourists buy when they go to some famous place as a souvenir of that visit.)
Nicely said the experience is what really matters.No amount of reading will give one the understanding and knowledge that the experience imparts.Also one will never really understand the holy scriptures properly without this experience.
Its a journey..try looking at my Hubs and there you will find knowledge and clues as to the mystery,,,:-) its fasinating!
We are all on the same journey so lets share and explore together.
A god limited by human cultural perceptions of what s/he is cannot be the All.
The Qabala speaks of the three veils of negative existence: Ain ("Light") Ain Soph ("Without Limit"), and Ain Soph Aur ("Limitless Light"). These concentrate their force into Kether, the first sphere of the Qabalistic Tree of Life. The spheres of the Tree manifest as the names and aspects of YHWH in the Jewish system or as the various god forms of the diverse pantheons of other religion. However the Source remains hidden behind the veils.
The light is the basic fabric of our universe of ourselves, it permeates everything and is intelligent , and
pure love. God is this Light.
"We are constantly fighting like cats and dogs ,
Reality is covered by some strange fog."
There is wisdom in the Qabala
Thank you WriteAngled for adding this point of view.
Because I'm drawn to Egypt, I sometimes use the following analogy:
I imagine myself within a great pyramid of crystal. Pure light streams into the pyramid through its apex. The light bounces off and is refracted through the crystal. Thus it is split in every possible shade of colour, i.e. various god forms. One of these colours resonates deeply within my soul. This is the god form that is my personal contact. This is the entity with which I can have a relationship. Nevertheless, I remain aware that this is only part of the One, which I cannot comprehend due to the limitations of being human.
I call that a religious language, it is the language you can speak, God is fluent in them all... But we both know your smarter than me, so your probably right... or maybe it is just a matter of perception, or perspective...
There is no smart and smarter, no wrong or right. We use whatever words we find, metaphors, images, music to express our experience of a miniscule part of something that is beyond expression.
See I told you you were smarter than me....
I agree. To change the world a little bit...
There can never be an absolute knowledge, by any human being, of something that is infinate.
That 'God form" would be seen as an emanation of the Absolute in Hindu teachings. In spiritual realms (accessible via our introversion, or involution, or meditation practices or Third Eye practices, there is a plethora of spaces, presences and experiences to be seen/sensed. Tangibly accessible. In practices, our ability to 'have a relationship' is not a vague concept but a perceptible one. I personally don't use an imagination technique.
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