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Re: Re: Re: The Singularity Of God

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Posted by Laura Gentile on November 10, 2000 03:15:26 UTC

I didn't say we should create our own gods in our own imagination. Jesus said don't ye know that ye are gods? We have the power to create (within certain constraints) there fore we are "little gods". We are not nor can ever be God Himself. That's what the Satan and the 'angles who followed suit thought that they could be God. A creature is alwasy just that a creature and not the one big creator. God cannot be put in any little box anyone can try to place him in. God is soverin over all beings and all creatures and all things. We cannot mold Him as He has molded us! OK cris Nicholl if that's your real given name when you were born. We were all born of woman on this earth and God put in us the breath of life. We need to 'find' the truth together. You are right that no wild imaginings can ever create the Creator.

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