If God Is Eternal And Everywhere, Why Had He To Meet Moses In A Mountain?
Yes God is eternal and omnipresent (everywhere). God is spirit. Remember that Moses was not! It was Moses who needed to meet God in a particular spot because Moses was not omnipresent and was limited by a physical body.
One must first define what is eternal. Eternal for my Hebrew relatives is not the same as our mdern concept and understanding of eternal. Eternal in the ancient Semitic perception is immeasurable time not knowing beginning or end and in the modern perception is, something which is constantly always, which is without change or transformation.
Second, everywhere inplies, that the creative demiurge, god is everywhere means, everywhere in you, in me, in Moses, in the sun, moon, stars, galaxies, which then, suggests, that everything is compsed of god and that everythig is god in evolution, but not in potential and if there are 1 trillion universes then, god is in all of them so let us call everywhere letter (n) for an unknown spatial area that can be even infinite in size, trans-infinite or even finite then, god is truly infinite, but according to the Ancient Egyptian's perception, the Aten=Adon=Adonai=The L-rd cannot be contain and the heaven of heavens cannot contain it.
What mountain? Is it, Mount Sinai or Mount Horeb and if is Mount Sinai you had the ancient Egyptian religion of the Temple of Het-Heru "Hathor" who would give you the elixir of the neteroo and in Mount Horeb then, you have a desert god that when the volcano was active then, the ancient people of Southern Palestine would say: "That god was on the mountain."
Third, like my ancient Egyptian ancestral lineage, the laws that govern the universes, worlds and even humanity themselves were given Anthroplomorphic forms and attributes, needs and egos and gratifications just like in 3 main religions when in truth god is an infinite creating force having purpose and direction and the cause of the causes and the cause of the effects both separate and together and the true or highest god is neither terrestrail or spiritual, but universal and infinite psycical mental.
Only God is Eternal and cannot be killed, destroyed, etc. All things are his creation, all things exist because God is existence itself.
Mankind ( Biological Creatures) and Spiritual beings (Gods Angels and Fallen Angels) are creatures and do not have Eternal ability unless God gives it to them.
Fortunately Man found favor with God and God became a man and died as a man now Man can also be Eternal and never die again.
Jesus answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and [of] the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.
That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit.
Marvel not that I said unto thee, Ye must be born again.
God is already here for man, now Man must be where God is
God didn't have to meet Moses. God Manifested Himself to Moses in a Certain Way on the Mountain. This was in response to Moses request, "Show me Your Glory," to that God responded "I will make all My Goodness pass before you, and you shall see My back but my Face shall not be seen." This I Believe could be Jesus Christ the Son of the Godhead/Trinity Manifesting and Showing Moses His ripped and bruised back, with Bright Radiant Light emanating. Exodus 20-34 shows this and different Manifestations of God Who is Spirit, John 4.
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