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-Does God influence events behind the scenes?

Isaiah 45:4; Acts 17:26; 1Kings 22:20-23.

When we look at the world we see what at first glance appears as chaos. Whether you look at all the goings on in Grand Central Station at rush times, a busy airport or observe an ant hill, it looks like total confusion. It only presents itself that way to those unaware of the underlying organization going on. It is hard to believe that a purpose has been planned and is working out.

-What does this Infinite One we commonly call Creator or God exist for?

For expanding through us:.Job 7:17."What is man, that you should magnify him? and that you should set your heart upon him?"


-Does this Infinite One save us?
The Infinite One is a savior. He will save us.(spiritual Israel).and He has a plan for all mankind:.Romans 5:9,10; 10:13.

-Psalms 11:5.The Infinite One teaches lessons. Why?
Psalms 94:10; Proverbs 3:12; Hebrews 12:6.("chastens".here means 'teaches'); Acts 11:5-9; 1Peter 1:7.

We all have trials and tests in this life, for reasons, some of which also happened in these person's lives.

-Why does this Infinite One want us in His family?

Ephesians 3:14,15; Philippians 2:5,6; 2Timothy 1:9.
 
-What about us is important to the Creator?
David also asked this question:.1Samuel 13:14 with 1Samuel 16:7.
   As these verses show, the state of our hearts is very important to Creator-God, because that's what we take with us from here.
 
-What are the Creator's goals?
Acts 3:21; Philippians 2:5,6; 1Corinthians 2:9; Isaiah 25:8Revelation 21:4

From.David Guzik's Commentary:."There was an eternal purpose in the heart of God.(Ephesians 3:11).to gather together in one all things in Christ:.Ephesians 1:10." 

Before the beginning, Creator-God had a specific plan to fulfil this eternal purpose, with many aspects revealed to us as mankind went along living their lives.

We too should have spiritual goals that align with the overall goodness of the Infinite Intelligence. One of these could be to see Creator-God in everyone. Being thusly turns toxic people into good people. When? Energy produces evil or good according to the consciousness of the one using it, so we have differing degrees of evil. The same applies to good.

Creator-God's goal is your goal. What is your goal? A good one is to change the world.


-The Infinite's greatness? Where does it say this?
Deuteronomy 32:3,4; 1Chronicles 17:19,20; 29:11; Psalms 145:3; Isaiah 40:26; 44:6; 46:5,9; Jeremiah 10:6; Ephesians 1:9; Romans 11:33-35.
-How does this Infinite being create?

The Creator, the Infinite One, the Ever Living One, the Intelligent Universal Energy, creates by the same way the Bible was inspired by this great being to show us also how to use these powers of creation in our lives. To this purpose, our lives can be constructed according to how we want them to be, but always the caveat being, there may be overriding.factors in the spiritual realm which may be taking your life where you may not want at the present time for it to go, but where it is important for it to go in fulfilling the particular purpose you came to Earth to fulfil. If you are being guided and you are when your desire is to be on the spiritual road, then you can be sure that it's all for the good for you and others:.Romans 8:28

Mind creates what's in it.(the images, the imagination, the pictures a person believes to be true for him or her).using the energy that comprises it. This is information. The ways of the universal energy are far above man's ways.(Isaiah 55:8), but are within the realm of man's comprehensive ability and usable by him.
 


-How does this Infinite One see? Can God see at night?

Neither darkness nor bright light hinders Creator-God's eyesight.(Psalms 139:12).as the Creator is spirit and not flesh as we:.John 4:24; 1Corinthians 15:38-56. Psalms 10:11,14.
 


-Is our Creator in control of everything or is He in a struggle with the devil?

Romans 9:15-23; Job 1:6-12; 2:1-6; Psalms 103:19. The Infinite One is in control. But there are many things in this realm having to do with our consciousness: Ephesians 3:10.

-Is this being that we call God, one or two or more?
Mark 12:29: John 17:3; 1Corinthians 1:24; Genesis 1:1. We are in the body of Christ, the body of truth and higher consciousness and just as Christ is in God, so are we. More under 'Trinity'.
 


-Is this Creator just the God of men? What about women? Hebrews 12:23

The word 'just' here in Hebrews 12:23 means 'righteous'. The verse means that Creator-God is the Father of all those people who.(having accepted Christ's nature of love).are righteous and perfect.

A woman is equal in the eyes of this Infinite being, as this infinite intelligent energy is irrespective of who uses it. This intelligent energy we commonly refer to as God, affects the heart, irrespectiveof the gender:.1Samuel 16:7.


-What does God do with us after death?
1Peter 3:19,20; Psalms 68:20; Ecclesiastes 8:8
   More about death.
-Why does the Creator seem here.(Exodus 33:19).to show such favoritism, when it also says in the Bible in Acts 10:34 that He is no respecter of persons?

The Creator is showing that He would like for mankind to prefer.higher consciousness ways of living so things would go well for those on Earth, as compared to the low consciousness ways, which have caused and are continuing to cause all the heartaches and negativity that surrounds mankind today.(*).

The Creator is no respecter of persons, preferring one over another:.James 2:1-4. The Creator only looks on the heart and not the outward appearance of both clothing and persona, which often can mask a person living out of low consciousness, yet one who wants to appear different than how he really may be inside. The Pharisees and their ilk were an example of this:.Matthew 23:13-33.


-In Creation page three, it mentions that "the Creator is truly man", yet in Numbers 23:19 it says."God is not a man". How are these statements reconciled?

The Creator-God did create man. Where it says in Numbers 23:19."God is not a man".refers to man as he is in his ordinary consciousness, that of the consciousness man has that makes him as he is

We are created in the image of this Creator-God; that is, we are of the Creator's design. Our purpose is to be in the image of the high consciousness of the Creator. It's a thing of the heart. It's just that the ordinary consciousness of mankind disallows connection with high consciousness. So, a better direction is there to be taken up by mankind. What this means is explained on the Creation page three where it mentions that "the Creator is truly man".


-Does God sit on an actual throne judging His creation to have fun, similar to us playing games?

Creator-God can 'sit' anywhere. His 'sitting' is likened to be in the heavens.(Psalms 2:4), upon a flood.(Psalms 29:10), between the cherubims.(Psalms 99:1), upon the circle of the Earth.(Isaiah 40:22).and on the throne of His holiness.(Psalms 47:8; Isaiah 66:1; Matthew 23:22; Colossians 3:1; Revelation 5:13; 6:16; 7:10,15)..Creator-God has fun and is well-balanced emotionally. The closest we can get to this is when all is going well in our lives and people like us and we feel so good and healthy. Just as we would want others we love to also feel that way about themselves, so it is with the Creator.

We are here for the purpose of sharing in all God has made. But, just as you wouldn't share all you have with someone out of sync with you, neither will God. God doesn't want clones, only equals and our destiny is equality.

Creator-God is the ultimateeverything. He created it all and can't be likened to anything, because He is everything:.Isaiah 40:25.

The creation is amazing. This shows His intelligence. Intelligent energy that emanated from Him in action is everywhere and undergirds all the physical world. God is everywhere, but a fool fails to find Him. Why?.Psalms 14:1; 53:1. And, the Creator never overrides one's heart. It's up to us to believe in a way that changes us.

-Should we really be living by every word of God?
 


-Is God jealous?

Exodus 34:14 "For you shall worship no other god, for the LORD, whose name is Jealous, is a jealous God."

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