WHO IS GOD?
Have we ever really tried to know God as He really is?

The Bible says that He is alive, He has a body, and He feels emotions. This is not an anthropomorphic metaphor, because God is not just a “spiritual force” his is first and foremost (from how he has disclosed himself to us) a person.

An eminent scientist wrote about life after death that the brain consciousness during clinical death was like in another dimension, there was a change in the state of consciousness that we call another physical reality. Similarly, God is in this other physical reality, a parallel world to ours. since we refused to be angelic beings by touching the forbidden tree. We are closed to the world of God (our Father sees us more: “But the LORD God called unto Adam, and said unto him, Where art thou?”) To open up to the fallen world in which we live even now.

Now everyone has a different vision of God, influenced by his upbringing, religious or not, his relationship to his parents, his culture … we all see God through a prism that distorts him.

But God is above all a grieving father weeping for his children and never ceases to call them back to Him.

UN SENS A LA VIE ?

Avons-nous un jour essayé de connaître Dieu tel qu’Il est réellement ?

La Bible dit qu’Il est vivant, qu’Il possède un corps et qu’Il ressent des émotions. Ce n’est pas une métaphore anthropomorphique, car Dieu n’est pas qu’une “force spirituelle”, Il est avant tout une personne.

Un éminent scientifique a écrit sur la vie après la mort que la conscience du cerveau au moment de la mort clinique se trouvait  comme dans une autre dimension, qu’il y avait un changement de la situation de la conscience, que nous appellerons une autre réalité physique. De la même manière, Dieu se trouve dans cette autre réalité physique, un monde parallèle au nôtre depuis que nous avons refusé d’être des êtres angéliques en touchant à l’arbre défendu. Nous nous sommes fermés au monde  de Dieu (notre Père ne nous voyait plus : “Mais l’Éternel Dieu appela l’homme, et lui dit: Où es-tu?”), pour…

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