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  1. Shakam Reply

    Aug 01,  · The active presence of God in Jesus encompasses the full expression of God to us, but that expression is one which we can never fully fathom. As Christians, we may confidently affirm with John that “God so loved the world,” and with Paul that “God .

  2. Tauzilkree Reply

    Normally we experience ourselves as a part in the all, i.e. as a physical human body in a vast physical universe. In the experience of being God we become the all and the physical universe including our physical bodies is then seen to be illusory. We become the all that is God.

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    Jan 02,  · Jesus defended His claim to be the Son of God on biblical and semantic grounds—there is a sense in which influential men can be thought of as gods; therefore, the Messiah can rightly apply the term to Himself. Human beings are not “gods” or “little gods.” We are not God. God is God, and we who know Christ are His children.

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    To you, O God of my fathers, I give thanks and praise, for you have given me wisdom and might, and have now made known to me what we asked of you, for you have made known to us the king's matter.” Psalm ESV / 5 helpful votes Helpful Not Helpful.

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    'We Are God-Fearing Men': Brazil's President is a Friend to President Trump and Biblical Values CBN's George Thomas Explains What Bolsonaro's Presidency Means for the World.

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    May 13,  · We are not God. So by comparison to ultimate, absolute Reality, we are not much. Our existence is secondary and dependent on the absolute Reality of God. He is .

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    Jul 25,  · Reader: We are all equal in the eyes of God. A recent video on television shows protestors carrying signs that read, “No lives matter until black lives matter.”.

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    Mar 31,  · In other words, we are wholly the result of God’s creative, redemptive, and sanctifying work, and we belong to Him. Workmanship refers to more than the product of creation; it also refers to the degree of skill with which the product is made. That degree of skill imparts value to the thing made.

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