What is your own definition of God and the reason you serve
God is the indescribable feeling deep in my soul. It is my purpose of existence. It is knowing that this is the source of all reality and the beauty that lies within. It's being in a state of conscience that is peaceful and calm. I proudly serve him because of the love he has for me. It is the unwavering ever present feeling of a peace like no other. It's a mindset to accept others for who they are. It is the strength to reach my goals and the conviction that my life matters.
My definition of God is creator. I serve because I'd rather be wrong about God's existence while alive, then at the hour of death.
God is a Celestial Spirit.We are Celestial Spirits within the body of flesh created in His image..Celestial Spirituality. I serve Him because His reality is within our spirits...and not scientific equations.
either serve Jesus or man. and man can not created anything . just change it. and you can see that man care for no one save himself. God created man and everything else and allow our spirit to develop to who we are. all is from God and I praying that God take me back for all man can see that man is well on there way to destroyer the world. and only Jesus can save us from what man going to do.
Fundamentally the universe consists of two natures:
one Visible, the other Invisible.
The invisible nature is called ‘God’.
I can have my own definition of God but my own definition is not what makes him God. God is defined according to what he has revealed both in nature and scriptures. We have different worldviews. Ones worldview acts as a filter to everything one believes. For me, my worldview is the Christian worldview based on the Bible. Therefore, I define God according to what the Bible says. Believing in God requires faith. For "without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him" (Hebrews 11:6)
by JoshuaVerum 2 years ago
People who blame God for suffering are therefore claiming He exists!Many atheists do this too which is ironic as they claim He doesn't exist. I call it the " Blame God Paradox ".
by Castlepaloma 4 years ago
What if God is the “bad guy", and Satan the "good guy"? I’m very curious, that may causes some Christian to think blasphemous. I except Christian Butt they do not except me for thinking outside the box of the bible often. God 1. Sponsors wars, commands people to do...
by ankandhk 18 months ago
Why God made too many religions and different beliefs in the world?
by Haunty 5 years ago
In the Biblical creation story, the world is wholly good and is governed by a wholly good God. But the ancient Israelites, who originally put the story on paper, read it in an entirely different way than Christians do today.We read the story today as it is told by St. Paul in his New Testament...
by Jacqui 3 years ago
Why is God only praised for the Good, never blamed for the Bad?People have often stated that they are offended or at least find it offensive if God is blamed for the Evil in the world (or that happens to people), but praise Him for the Good. Did God not create everything - including Good and...
by Alan 3 years ago
In other words, does the existence of "God" depend upon the mind of Man to support that existence?
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