God exists. He created the universe and everything in it. He is the past, present and future. He is infinite. God is in and outside of TIME, SPACE, MATTER, FORCE, GRAVITY and DIMENSIONS. Beyond positive or negative. He created perfection. All of God’s creation is wrapped around Time. He is omnipresent. He sees but does not interfere, yet he helps when asked with sincerity and pure of heart.
God is time and freewill. When he created the universe, he shared himself (time and freewill) which are the catalysts in all of his creations and he embedded randomness and life in his creation . Freewill and randomness made life more interesting and unpredictable. These two make the universe a very interesting and fascinating place. There is always something to look forward to. When he shared his freewill, he simultaneously created souls-spirits (eternal) with freewill and other corporeal life forms with intrinsic freewill as well and he infused this new creation with the delicate ingredient of emotion. Freewill and emotion are two powerful forces in this universe which nourishes and destroys.
When randomness occurs in the universe, do not blame God for the bad effects that it may cause. You will be quick to praise God when randomness happens for your good, but curse God when randomness deprives you.
Religions portray God in many ways. One way is FEAR. Another is LOVE. That he is a jealous, angry, wrathful and controlling God who must be worshiped. These are all qualities or characteristics of a human leader which the creators of religions and ideologies gave God. They also gave God many names.
Did man know immediately that God exists? No! Man in his corporeal state is not fully joined with the spirit world and therefore lacks the clarity. Only those who have cycled from spirit to corporeal and back understood God more than anyone else.
Man needed to experience God. Man needed to experience God’s creation to realize that God exists. Humanity’s perception of God came in many ways.
Our emotions (positive and negative) not our intelligence made us first realize that there is God. The experiences of joy, happiness, laughter, prosperity, relaxation, bravery, love, compassion, kindness, sadness, anger, loss, anxiety, stress, fear, yearning, hope, guilt, greed, deprivation, vanity and hate helped us to be aware of someone superior to humans. These experiences made humans realize that there’s something or someone out there that is beyond the powers of humans. When an individual accomplishes something that is beyond his personal capacity as he knows it, he then realizes a power from beyond has helped him.
When we witness the suffering of others, a deep sense of compassion arises within us. Empathy and genuine concern for their hardships flow from our hearts. It is an instinctive response, born out of innate kindness and mercy.
In moments when humans themselves experience the adverse effects of negativity in life, they start to question their own existence. Fear of deprivation takes hold, leading to contemplation and introspection. Questions arise: What is the purpose of my being here? What does life truly mean?
Interestingly, during times of prosperity and happiness, these existential quandaries often fade into the background. Man, absorbed in his own contentment, rarely pauses to dwell on the inevitable challenges that life presents.
God’s plan for us is straightforward and profound. He created us with the intention of leading prosperous and joyful lives, filled with love, sharing, and accountability for our thoughts, words, and actions.
Throughout history, humanity has grappled with the acceptance and denial of God’s existence. While there are more people who accept the presence of God, there are some who reject it. Among those who reject God, a common thread emerges—a previous acceptance of God that was clouded by deprivation, selfishness, vanity, or confusion. These individuals then propagate their conclusions to others.
Interestingly, even atheists believe in the power of love, despite their inability to fully explain it. They often categorize love as a simple emotion, failing to recognize its transcendent nature. Atheists find themselves drawn to and experiencing love, yet they conveniently deny the existence of God. This denial is rooted in a logical inconsistency.
Numerous books have been written about the non-existence of God, with some authors attaining fame in the atheistic realm. These works often critique religious writings, considering religion to be the foundation of God. However, it is important to note that God is the foundation of religions. Religions were created by inspired individuals to foster a sense of belonging and community, where like-minded individuals could share a common understanding of love, sharing, and the supreme being (God).
One area where atheists hold a valid point is the fallacy of believing that God has directly prescribed commandments to humanity, presenting a laundry list of what is good and bad. They question the notion that God has given explicit instructions, established covenants with specific groups, or authored “holy books.” In reality, these are creations of humans, while God continues to inspire us daily, communicating through our emotions, enlightened minds, and the language of the universe.
In the realm of the spirit world, atheism ceases to exist, as do organized religions. Atheists can argue fervently about the non-existence of God or the absence of souls, but when they pass away, these debates become inconsequential. Their souls will transition to the spirit world, where they will directly experience the presence of God. Thus, while we are in our physical form, it is imperative that we live by the principles of universal stewardship.
Visions, premonitions, and inspirations can be either stimuli from the spirit world or the product of imaginative and innovative ideas that emerge from the collective consciousness of the living. Spiritual leaders interpret these inspirations and often compile books and commandments in the name of God. While these commandments may hold goodness, inspiration, and righteousness, it is erroneous to claim them as the words of God.
Each religion has its own conception of God. The Abrahamic religions—Christianity, Judaism, and Islam—acknowledge a singular God, while Buddhism, Hinduism, and folk religions recognize multiple deities. Each religion strives to convince non-believers that their perception of God is the true one. They may deify entities or charismatic leaders, turning them into objects of worship.
It is essential to recognize that the central focus of religions is often the afterlife. However, it is crucial to remember that in the spirit world, there is no organized religion. Religion serves the living, created by the living to benefit the structure of human society.
“God is not about the eternal damnation or punishment in hell, and neither is he about the eternal reward of heaven. He is about accountability in terms of privileges. God is about serenity and love and the everlasting opportunity to belong and be “more”. God simply wants us to live our eternal life (corporeal and spiritual), to respect, to share, to love, to prosper and to be happy.”
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