Monthly Archives: May 2013

Jesus Is God As Man; God’s Summation From Infinity

One of the functions of the mind is to search for the immediate and the long-term path of least resistance during one’s daily interactions. The old saying “…sleep on it…” is true in the sense of allowing the involuntary activity … Continue reading

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God Created Earth To Be Occupied

You’re Standing on a Floating Plate This just in—ice floats in water! Unlike most materials, as liquid water cools to near its freezing point, its density decreases and then expands as it freezes. Thus, colder water and any ice float … Continue reading

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NEW REALITY

Most scientist agree that reality can not be observed; we only get very close to it. Physicist Planck discovered what is now named the Planck constant, h, in which the only signals that can be detected is E=hv; whereas, E … Continue reading

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Our Subconscious Mind Involuntarily Works To Find God

Our subconscious mind works involuntarily constantly to provide the big picture of the truth. From the depth of our subconscious mind form involuntarily evolves into our conscientious mind as solutions to the problems which was created from our daily experiences. … Continue reading

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Jesus Is The Fullness Of All Forms

In the beginning God created all that Is; there was nothing created that was not created by God. In God’s creation, God laid a stone in the essence of things. The essence of all things and any thing is the … Continue reading

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The End Will Come, Just Not Later This Week

Many world religions predict an end to this world. Christianity does, too; however, it emphasizes the futility of trying to predict doomsday’s timing and instead instructs all humanity to focus on living in a way that is pleasing to God. … Continue reading

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After Death I.D.—Will I Still Be Me?

Most Christians are convinced that people will know each other in heaven. This belief brings great comfort to believers as they watch loved ones pass on. But as popular as this belief may be, many Christians would be hard-pressed to … Continue reading

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