Who or What is God?

The Presence of God
The divine presence cannot be discovered anywhere more certainly than in your attempted communion with the indwelling God-Spirit. What a mistake to dream of a God far off in the skies when the Universal Father lives within your mind.

The Personality of God
The Universal Father is the acme of divine personality; he is the origin and destiny of all personality; he is infinite personality. But although God is much more than a personality as it is understood by mortals, we equally well know he canno

t be anything less than holy, just and great, an eternal, infinite, true, beautiful, loving, and good personality.

Only through a personality approach can we begin to comprehend the unity of God. To deny the personality of the First Source and Center leaves only the choice between two philosophical dilemmas-materialism or pantheism.

God is spirit-spirit personality; mortals are also spirit-potential spirit personality. Jesus of Nazareth attained the full realization of a mortal’s spirit potential. Therefore his life of achieving the Father’s will becomes our most real and ideal revelation of the personality of God.The Nature of God
The nature of God can be best understood by the revelation of the Father that Jesus of Nazareth unfolded in his manifold teachings and in his superb life in the flesh.

The divine nature can also be better understood by mankind if individuals regard themselves as children of God-and look up to the Creator as a true and spiritual Father.
God : the supreme or ultimate reality: such as. a : the Being perfect in power, wisdom, and goodness who is worshipped (as in Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism) as creator and ruler of the universe Throughout the patristic and medieval periods, Christian theologians taught that God created the universe

God’s primal perfection consists in the inherent perfection of the goodness of his divine nature. And God’s attributes of love, truth, beauty, and goodness are definitive of the meaning of all such terms.

The creature’s need is wholly sufficient to ensure the full flow of the Father’s tender mercies and saving grace.God the Supreme; God is Also a Mother
The Supreme is God-in-time; hers is the secret of creature growth in time; hers also is the conquest of the incomplete present and the consummation of the perfecting future. And the final fruits of all finite growth are: power controlled through mind by spirit by virtue of the unifying and creative presence of personality. The culminating consequence of all this growth is the Supreme Being.

If you truly desire to find God, you cannot help having born in your minds the consciousness of the Supreme. As God is your divine Father, so is the Supreme your divine Mother, in whom you are nurtured throughout your lives as universe creatures.

As the soul 

of joint mind and God-Spirit creation becomes more existent, there also evolves a new phase of soul consciousness which is increasingly capable both of experiencing the presence and recognizing the spirit leadings of the indwelling Spirit-of-God.
The Attributes of God
Within the bounds of that which is consistent with the divine nature, it is literally true, with God all things are possible.

God is all and in all. But even that is not all of God.

The creature not only exists in God, but God also lives in the creature-and in wrongdoing we torment the indwelling Spirit of God for it needs must go through the consequences of our evil thinking with the human mind of its own incarceration.
Arguments about the existence of God typically include empirical, deductive, and inductive types. Different views include that: “God does not exist” (strong atheism); “God almost certainly does not exist” (de facto atheism); “no one knows whether God exists” (agnosticism); “God exists, but this cannot be proven or disproven” (de facto theism); and that “God exists and this can be proven” (strong theism).

To you, the creature, many of the acts of the all powerful Creator seem to be heartless an

d cruel. But this is not true. God’s doings are all purposeful, intelligent, wise, kind, and eternally considerate of the best good, not always of the individual, but for the welfare and best good of all concerned from the lowest to the highest. But many things do occur on the evolutionary worlds that are not the personal doings of the Universal Father.The Presence of God
The divine presence cannot be discovered anywhere more certainly than in your attempted communion with the indwelling God-Spirit. What a mistake to dream of a God far off in the skies when the Universal Father lives within your mind.God’s Relation to the Universe
If God should retire as the upholder of all creation, there would immediately occur a universal collapse. Except for God, there would be no such thing as reality.God’s Relation to the Individual
The Father desires all his creatures to be in personal communion with him. Therefore settle in your philosophy now: God is approachable; the way is open.

Likewise is each mortal’s final destiny assured when individuals become as one with their indwelling God-Spirit thereby proclaiming to the universe that such an ascender has made an irrevocable decision to forever live the Father’s will.

So now you ha

ve read a lil about the article,

I truly believe that Bl

ack or Dark Matter is God/The Higher Being. You say why? Well because it is in everything, it is the Melanin in my skin, it is the glue that binds the Universe. It is a all existing wonder that no one can explain regardless of what the “scientists” say, they can’t explain everything and the quicker we realize this the better off we will be. Dark Matter is my god because we share a kindship that only we can understand and this makes other people mad. My God is a Black Being just like me!

There are over 140+ different religions and they all claim to be right! Can they? Or is it up to ones own perspective. You be the judge so we can either agree or disagree but the message is still the same. Sungod64

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