the mysteries of the universe? Is this why God is so elusive?
If so, I expect He'll be disappointed - I doubt the species will survive long enough to discover all the mysteries.
That's a possibility. Maybe we will go the way of the Neanderthals.
Let the Bonobos take over, hopefully not the chimps.
and wilderness, will God be happy about that outcome?
I would say that God has led many individuals to the truth/science behind the mysteries of this world and universe. Otherwise we still wouldn't know much. I would say we can learn/discover as much as we want to, with His Opening the Doors we knock on.
He is elusive ONLY because we have hidden ourselves from Him.
I don't think I have. Why do you think so?
Are you one hundred percent body, mind and spirit devoted to S p i r i t ? This means No attachment whatsoever to the physical plane of existence. No desires, No attachments to individuals … not even family members ... No hidden personal agendas or pet delusions? The more I meditate the more I become aware of my pet delusions that I have held as a matter of course since I was three or four!
I am definitely attached to my family members and much of the material world. I don't think I would want that to change.
If you see them as extensions of Spirit and love Spirit Within Them, you are incorporating Spirit into your awareness and then you are not hiding from Spirit.
So that's good.
I don't think that we will ever have everything figured out. And that's not a bad thing. We have a lot of exploration and discovery to look forward to. I believe that the spiritual and the physical are connected in some way, both parts of one big reality. God is not all that elusive when seen as a transcendence of all of it. Something we can personally connect with. Its like going to the source without having to figure everything out first. And we see that there is much beauty and elegance in this physical world, which nicely aligns with the love and compassion of the people who live in it. Its like the guy says to himself, "What a wonderful world!"
by JeremysStuff 6 years ago
I had originally posted this as a question in the "Answers" section, but it was taken down because it "invoked a conversation rather than a Q&A.... So that's why I brought it here! I want you guys to sound off on what you think about this subject, does God exist? Why do / don't...
by Kiss andTales 3 years ago
Does God have more then one son, and was satan one of them according to. Job 1:6 ?Very interesting. I will allow many answers on the subject to show an important fact,answers will give a final statement with best answer.
by Money Fairy 4 years ago
Is it easier to figure out a murder/mystery or the rubix cube?I know one has nothing to do with the other but they are both puzzles in a way. So just curious which one would be easier for you to figure out?
by Leaderofmany 23 months ago
I often feel like my Grandmother is still here with me, walking the halls and just being near. Is this allowed by GOD?
by KFusha 5 years ago
I am positive that this forum post will lead to an argument between an atheist and a Christian, in one way or another. But please, try to refrain your answers and discussions to the question that I am going to ask you.If you posed the question "What does God look like?" to a few random...
by Jonesy0311 7 years ago
Does God get smaller as we learn more about science?Is there any correlation between scientific advances and the steady increase in Atheism?
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