Does God Create or Just Allow Disaster?


Volcanoes 2

 

One way to describe the character of God is this:

God is omnipotent (all powerful), but also omniscient (knows all things) and omnipresent (is everywhere at all times). God operates out of twelve dimensions. We humans see only  three dimensions. For example: take a match box and hold it between your thumb and forefinger. Without moving it, how may sides can you see, only three. This is what is referred to as three dimensional.

Now, taking the same matchbox, God sees six sides outside, not just three; but at the same time He sees from the inside out; another six sides. This is called twelve dimensional. In addition to this He is the very source of all beneficial things.

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A Timeless Tale – Chapter Twenty One


 

Living a Life in the Kingdom of God – Continued

In the previous chapter we discussed the three part make up of humanity, body, soul and spirit. (http://biblehub.com/1_thessalonians/5-23.htm} We discussed the first part – the body, now we will look at the next part – the soul.

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A Timeless Tale – Chapter Eighteen


Living a Life in the Kingdom of God – Continued

Role of the Mind

Each one of us is a result of the cumulative thoughts of our mind, since conception in our mother’s womb. Right from our conception we have accumulated thoughts. Certain of our thoughts are conscious thoughts which are dealing with the here and now and other thoughts are filed away in our subconscious mind.

Conscious thoughts are active in our minds throughout our day-to- day living (this also includes thoughts that are active in our minds as we sleep). Subconscious thoughts are brought into our conscious realm by ‘triggers’. Triggers come in the form of certain experiences we have in our lives that are revealed through our senses; sight, sound, taste, smell etc.

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A Timeless Tale – Chapter Twelve


Chapter Twelve: Living a Life in the Kingdom of God – Continued

“As a man Thinketh in his heart, so is he”. Prov. 23:7 KJV

In the previous chapter, we discussed the fact that, management of the thoughts in our mind is what will determine what we become in this life and where we will be in the eternal world when our present earthly body dies.

Once we cross the bridge from being unbelievers to followers of God, it becomes obvious to us that in order to grow in our relationship with Him, we need to change the way we previously used to think.

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A Timeless Tale – Chapter Eleven


Chapter Eleven: Living a Life in the Kingdom of God

“You are today where your thoughts have brought you; you will be tomorrow where your thoughts will take you”.

James Allen –  1864-1912

It is a scientific fact that the management of your thoughts will result in the state of your being and this will be the biggest influencing factor in the direction and outcome of your life, both here on this earth and in eternal living.

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Out from the Heart.


 

By James Allen. (1864 – 1912)

I have chosen a topic for this week by famous British author and philosopher, James Allen. Allen was better known for his original work, “As a Man Thinketh”.

In the “The Heart and The Life” Allen discusses the issue of the ‘Heart’.

It is interesting that the word ‘Heart’ is used in the bible more than a thousand times. It is also interesting, that medical research scientists are today admitting to the fact that the heart is not just that wonderful organ, pumping eight litres of  life giving blood around our body, but also is a location for  hidden emotional, intellectual  and moral activity within us.

In other words, biblically speaking, we ‘think’ with our hearts.

The greatest commandment is found in Deuteronomy Chapter 6 verse 5:

“And you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your might.”

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Jesus The Man and His Works


Jesus, The Man and His Works

Wallace Wattles 1860-1911

Commentary by sirpeterjamesdotcom: Below is the beginning of a series that will run weekly until the article is completed.

It is a verbatim copy of the paper written by Wallace Wattles, American author, ex Methodist minister and protagonist of the New Thought movement in America.

His thinking was far too revolutionary for turn-of–the-century America, but today in our hi-tech society, where people are starting to move away from their blinkered religious prisons and suffocating social customs; his thoughts should lead us to all look deeper into our reason for living on this earth. For all to come away from the religious and social custom herd and with deeper commitment, seek to know God and His only begotten Son, Jesus, the Christ.

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Does God Create or Just Allow Disaster?


Volcanoes 2

 

One way to describe the character of God is this:

God is omnipotent (all powerful), but also omniscient (knows all things) and omnipresent (is everywhere at all times). God operates out of twelve dimensions. We humans see only  three dimensions. For example: take a match box and hold it between your thumb and forefinger. Without moving it, how may sides can you see, only three. This is what is referred to as three dimensional.

Now, taking the same matchbox, God sees six sides outside, not just three; but at the same time He sees from the inside out; another six sides. This is called twelve dimensional. In addition to this He is the very source of all good things.

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God Helps Those Who Follow His Coaching


 

 

 Moses and the Red Sea

 

And the Lord said unto Moses, Wherefore criest thou unto me? Speak unto the children of Israel that they go forward:

 But lift thou up thy rod, and stretch out thine hand over the sea, and divide it: and the children of Israel shall go on dry ground through the midst of the sea.

How often do we see ourselves on what seems like a roller coaster ride in our walk with God in this life?

One moment, we are singing the praises of our God and next we are in a state of depression over our circumstances.

Our prayers seem to consist of always crying out to Our Father to release us from one situation or another. We are always petioning Him for money to extricate us from our financial plight, extrication from our family problems, our employment, social and political issues; the list is endless.

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