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This Agrees With The Concept Of God Being Everything

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on January 27, 2005 14:11:14 UTC

Thank you in particular for pointing out that our imagination is part of the totality of God's imagination, that our thoughts are part of his thoughts.

I would go further and say that each of us is born to be part of God and to have a Godly mission in each of our lives. Some missions are more important than others. The mission of Jesus certainly was. Like the Prophets before him, his mission was to speak for God- no- rather to have God speak through him. Jesus channeled the words of God. This is clear as his last words were to the effect that God had forsaken him. That was the man called Jesus speaking, not God. But what he spoke during his ministry were the words of God. It was actually God speaking.

Another indication of Jesus the man, versus Jesus who God spoke through, was the fact (in Matthew) that Jesus grew in wisdom as he grew up. God would not have grown in wisdom. Although I do think that God can learn from humanity. Of course, God has a considerable head start based on life on millions of other planets over billions of years. So it is more likely that we are just relearning what is already known elsewhere, perhaps with the inspiration of God.


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