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RE: Not Part Of Universe

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Posted by Greg Armel on July 11, 2000 03:36:52 UTC

To rationalize, in order to make the situation seem to fit our criteria, inhibits our journey to true understanding.
God IS, many things. Truth, Love, One with All That IS.
He IS Eternal, by virtue of His "Thy Will Be Done", not by virtue of His Oneness, because Eternity is only a concept, meaning evermore. It IS Not Yet, but rather It Will Be, even as it unfolds.
To say something is Eternal, does not mean to say that Eternity is changeless, but rather that the something we are refering to is changeless. As regards God, it refers to His Truth, His Love, and His Oneness with All that IS.
Creation changes as God Wills(except where He sanctifies Free-Will). God`s Will IS One with God, so change IS One with God. Being Eternal Is Not a precondition to being One with God. God IS expanding His Love, His Truth, and His Consciousness, Eternally, even as you and I, and All Self-Aware Life, become One with it. Expansion IS Change, yet God`s essential nature does not change, because what brings about that expansion accepts the nature of God, As IS. :o)

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