God Looks Upon the World

 backcase (@backcase)8 years ago

God looks upon the world, and what does God see? How does God react? What does God feel?

Look up at God to see, don’t just assume that God is angry and is just waiting to throw fireballs at us!

The countenance of the Father can be looked upon. The Father can be called upon and our souls can be purified to see the state of the water of the Great Infinite Ocean that is God.

Remember that all is one. It is an idea which has been lifted up highly by every sect, every religion, and every mysticism, yet it is often overlooked. A particle in this universe is entirely connected to this universe and the universe communicates itself to it, rather the particle knows the state of the rest of the universe. But the particle must stay sharp because the universe constantly expands, and constantly creates.

So I ask again: What does God think when we are looked upon by God?

August 21, 2013 at 7:59 am
Ellie (1,363)M (@tangledupinplaid21) 8 years ago ago

If all is one then wouldn’t God be looking upon himself?

Psychonaut (133) (@psychonaut) 8 years ago ago

@backcase, God looks upon Himself. If God is infinite as you just claimed He is, then that means God is everything. If you have everything then there is nothing left to contrast it with. Therefore, ‘God’ encompasses every thing and is effectively nothing. Do you understand where your logic has brought you?

Ray Butler (1,423)M (@trek79) 8 years ago ago

@backcase, I would say God doesn’t think, the word “thinking” would humanise him, we think because we try to understand things, communicate, remember, but all those things are meaningless to God, he is all knowing, he is omnipresent, he is nonlinear, there is no room for thought in his being.

Thus Spoke Haze (102) (@ehsan) 8 years ago ago

I am God.

The master of my own universe.

Zykanthos (4,757)M (@chodebalm) 8 years ago ago

These types of threads never go anywhere. It just ends up being a thread where people try to convince others of their personal beliefs. Heck, I’ve been guilty of it, but I think it’s best to just let people believe what they want when it comes to god.

Ellie (1,363)M (@tangledupinplaid21) 8 years ago ago

@chodebalm, amen to that. pun unintended.

ThatGuy (38) (@ThatGuy345) 8 years ago ago

Why is there a preacher on this site?

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