Considering technology, will God ever be accessible through it?
Being a channeller, I use technology in this way: I connect with the Source (God) or whatever term you prefer, and once I have made the connection and the words and pictures start coming into my mind, I type directly onto the computer and save the document into a specific folder for later use.
technology is of man, so that no, but if you want to talk to God you have to do it in the spirit. and to do that you have to denied the flesh, and not many people can do that for we as man is rule by our flesh, but many can and do
Being the Ambassador GOD have now been accessible through it with my 1 article on the internet that is going around the world through 100 percent referring sites in 8 countries. Human beings who have already seen my article is instantly hooked up with GOD in an unique way that brings human beings in a close encounter with GOD through my article which GOD protected it from getting it into the wrong hands before it got the chance to go around the world and established itself as the greatest article on the earth standing side by side with the Holy Bible throughout all generations. It will come to a place in time that when you read or hear about the Holy Bible you will automatically think and take to heart my 1 and only article because it is the bible in a nutshell for humanity to be and live their life on the earth.
You ask some very interesting questions. For me, the internet is the closest we've come to accessing the Akashic Records. Not remotely as potent or immediate as doing that thru energetic processes yet ... closer than ever to the gridline of potential. So....I believe technology, in some way, is a human attempt to construct that long-ago abandoned Tower of Babel so that we can communicate directly and science can say aha, God does exist and point the place in the time/space continuum where they "proved" it.
What makes you think He is not accessible through the internet now?
No, we will never contact God through technology. God is accessible now. We don't need technology, merely prayer. He talks if you will listen. If you think you can contact God with your computer or cell phone, you are missing the mark.
Technology is application part of science. Science is organised path for truth. With the technology of scientific religion god is highly reachable
God uses what ever God pleases to commnicate to us all. I do wish God would send me an email one day with the winning lottery numbers.
Technology is nothing but 'tricknology'. Each one want to cheat the other by using the web and internet. People cheat through mobiles. God is beyond human tricks. He can never be accessed through such cheap tricknology!
No God is invisible, technology is restricted to tangible matter only, the bible gives a clue to this......
Rom 1:20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:
Col 1:16 For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him:
Col 1:17 And he is before all things, and by him all things consist.
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