First: How do we know that God exists?
Einstein proved to us that mass can only exist because of Energy, and he gave us the formula by which all mass that is, is.
E: Energy, equals m: mass, times c: the speed of light to the square, which is instantly
. So mass at the speed of light to the square equals Energy. This clearly shows that mass cannot exist with out energy. Only kinetic or active Energy can create mass at the speed of light to the square.
The First law of Thermodynamics states that Energy cannot be created nor destroyed, it is and will always be. God said: “I am, that I am. . .I am the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end.” ( Exodus 3:14, Revelation 1:8, 21:6 & 22:13)
God is the energy that always is. He is the purest form of energy: love. This means that without God, or the Energy, there is absolutely nothing. Nothing can exist, nothing can be, no big bang explosion can occur, nothing can take form or be mass, as only mass can exist because of Energy. “All things were made by Him and without Him nothing was made that was made.” (John 1:3) and it was made at the speed of light to the square and did not evolve over billions of years. Read Interesting letter that Einstein wrote to his daughter Lieserl about Energy.
So how did Creation happen?
It says: “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth”. (Genesis 1:1) The literal translation is: “in the beginning God prepared the heaven and the earth.” much like we create or prepare a website, a book or product, It can take us months or even years, but the uploading onto net or the launching will only take a few minutes. In the beginning, this is before time was, He prepared the heaven and the earth. Seeing our four dimensional parameters of time, length, width and height did not yet exist, it could have taken Him a millisecond or billions of year ad infinitum. However when He had his whole design ready and had weighed out the pro’s and con’s and everything was just balanced right, then He uploaded His whole Creation into our four dimensional world, step by step in 6 days. Simple as that! Even professor Stephen Hawkins, who professes not to believe, writes, ‘The remarkable fact is that the values of these numbers seem to have been very finely adjusted to make possible the development of life.‘
This establishes the fact that God is and whether we like it or not we are here because of Him. There is no other possibility. True Science has proven this time and again through Quantum Physics, the Bio-genesis law, Thermodynamics, these are all laws of Science.
Now theories are different, these are not based on laws but someone’s imagination and putting forth different possibilities.
For more details on Evolution and Creation, DNA biological data storage, the human cell, the complexity of the brain, etc., read chapter 13 of “The Monkey Re-Trial” (by permission)
His Magnum Opus – His ultimate masterpiece
After creating the world and all that is in it, He “formed man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breathe of life and man became a living soul“ (Gen.2:7) God breathed part of his spirit into us and man became a living soul, and that is why we are different from animals. His spirit is from a much higher dimension and that is why we often feel like caged birds in our four dimensional parameters and desire freedom in our inward being and search for answers of where we originated.
God wants to see what we will do with His spirit of love that He breathed into us. Seeing we are the ultimate masterpiece of His creation, that means that He has set this whole plan of creation into motion to see what we would do with our freedom of choice. Almost like a test tube in a laboratory to see what each one is made of in character.
In each of our individual lives, He balances out the positive against the negative, the adversities and hard times against the benefits and privileges, to test each person’s heart. Will we allow the circumstances in our life to make us better or bitter? Will we develop love or hate? Will we be giving or selfish? Will we forgive or resent? Will we show mercy or demand justice? Will we want peace or war? Will we take the responsibility for our decisions or blame our failings on others or God?
The religion – God contrast
Our religions and our perception of God are greatly effected by our culture and our background.
When we take an honest objective look at religion we see that religions divide mankind through prejudice and intolerance. Many of us identify God somewhat as an orange fruit. We take a bite in the peel and it gives a bad taste, as often God is used as a stick to enforce personal ethics. “If you do this, God will be angry and if God gets angry, bad things can happen. If you don’t go to the temple, the mosque or the church you might go to hell.”
We have created an oppressing “God” that might possibly forgive us our shortcomings and sins in exchange for us being religious and “good”. Hence all the “good” religious people don’t drink, they fast, don’t smoke, etc.To escape hell we presume we “must be “holy and good”. We think God is pleased when we are ‘good’ and sacrifice. Some of us go so far as to sacrifice our life, thinking that God is pleased with our service, even if it means killing ourselves and others.
God is not a ruthless Mafia boss, He is Love to the Nth degree. God is love in every form. He is Agape, love between God and men; Eros, intimate sexual love; Philia, brotherly love; Storge, natural love between parents and offspring.
When we remove the bitter and sour tasting ‘good religious’ façade, just like we remove the bitter, sour orange peel, then we discover what God is truly like. Like the orange, he is juicy, refreshing, sweet, tasty, invigorating and life-giving.
What is God like and what is the true representation of God?
God is not Hindu, Jewish, Buddhist, Christian or Muslim. However in each of the religions we find prophecies concerning a special person. In the Judaic scriptures he is called Emmanuel (God with us) in the Hindu Vedas and Upanishads he is called the Purush Prajapati (the Supreme Creator who became man), the Buddha referred to him as the Holy One that will come. Islam, which came after Christ, refers to Isa (Jesus) as ‘Kalimatullah’ (Word of God) and ‘Ruh-Allah’ (Soul of God) He is mentioned 25 times in the Quran and that He is born of the virgin Miriam (Mary).
Jesus came to show us what God is like. Jesus stated publicly that he is the Light of the World, he is the Way, the Truth, and Life. He declares that the person who believes in him has eternal life. He states to be the resurrection and the life and promptly raises someone from the dead to prove this point. He loved, healed, taught us to give and forgive, to look outside our four dimensional world, ahead to the beyond. The common people heard Him gladly, but the religious leaders except a few hated Him to the core.
He was non-conventional. He was politically incorrect and hated religious hypocrisy, which he exposed time and time again and finally cost Him his life. It was the ‘good’ religious people that fasted, knew the Holy Scriptures, served in the temple and gave alms to the poor, that could not handle Jesus, as he did not fit their ‘image of Holy God’. It was the ‘good’ ones that made sure that he was disposed of in the most cruel, horrible fashion. “Crucify Him” they screamed, until his Roman judge, Pilate, gave in.
According to the New Testament records he was crucified and died on the cross. He arose from the grave three days after his death, before corruption set in. Demonstrating to us that life does not end in the grave.
Lord, please teach us to pray
“When you pray say, “Father in heaven (the amazing Energy from where love and all life originates), I deeply respect your name, your kingdom come (It is moving ahead), your will be done on earth as it is in heaven. (In other words: you are awe inspiring and in absolute, total, 100% control – your will be done)
Give us today our daily bread. (That is all we should ask for – no lists.)
Forgive us our sins, as we also forgive those who have sinned against us. (Here Jesus puts the responsibility back on us – we don’t forgive, we won’t be forgiven, simple as that.)
And lead us not into temptation, (Help me not to be tempted by, i.e.; the debt trap, greedy lust, fake holiness, perversions, horror, violence, power craze, abortion, suicide, etc.) but deliver us from the evil, (deliver me from the evil vortex that tries to suck me in by giving in to fear, pride and selfishness) for yours is the kingdom (that I belong to and yearn for) and the power (that is why I put my faith and trust in you) and the glory (I see a tip of it when I look at nature) forever. Amen.” (So be it!) (Luke 11:1-4. Matthew 6:9–13)
The shortest, most comprehensive and effective prayer.
What about predestination?
This all becomes a lot simpler with quantum physics, as there we learn that outside of our four dimensions time does not really exist and time goes backwards and forwards. In a way God, who is from a much higher dimension can see forward or ahead which personal decisions we will make in the future. In the light of these future decisions that we personally make, we predestine ourselves. Because of the decisions we will make in the future God will help us and protect us up to a certain point so we can eventually arrive at the point where we can make those decisions.
God absolutely does not predestine us, because that will take away our free will of decision making with which we ourselves determine our future. It says, “For whom he did foreknow, he also did predestinate” (Romans 8:29). He foreknows what decisions we take as He sees the future, but the decisions are 100 percent, absolutely, unquestionable, personally our decisions.
One example that we just had is professor Scheizle, because God knew that professor Scheizle was going to make the right decision, he allowed this particular situation to occur where his character could be tested and the professor actually could make this important decision, which God already knew he was going to make. We are the only ones shaping our own destiny and predestining ourselves and our future. God has no say in this whatsoever. He will try to influence us for good, but he cannot and will not make the decisions for us. In decision making we are equal to God. However we will bear the consequences of those decisions.
How can God be three and yet one?
Einstein said, ‘Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.’ God put simple illustrations into nature, and although the highly educated theologians are searching for complicated answers, God has given us simple folks a simple illustration. The Egg!
The egg symbolizes New Life, Spring and Hope and other life-bringing, godlike qualities for mankind. When we see the egg, we see One Egg, just like we see God as One. He is not three individual eggs of: Father, Son (Jesus) and Holy Spirit. No
God is one, absolutely singular and not plural. However, when we take a closer look at the egg, we see that it is in three parts: The egg-yolk in the centre, the egg-white surrounding the yolk under the shell, and finally the egg-shell, which we see. All three are completely different from each other in composition and substance, yet with one of the three components missing the egg would not be complete to bring forth life.
- The egg-yolk, symbolizes God the Father in the centre, from whom life springs forth and he is hidden from our sight.
- The egg-white with its nutritional value signifies the Holy Spirit who feeds us, yet also hidden from us.
- The egg-shell gives form to the egg and is visible to us as humans. The shell denotes Jesus as he is the outward manifestation to mankind of God’s hidden, life-bringing qualities.
We have been lied to for decades. “Sleep on, we are saved because we have Jesus.”
.“The Lord has poured out upon you a spirit of deep sleep, and has closed your eyes, the prophets and your rulers has he blindfolded.(Isaiah 29:10) Therefore the Lord says, ‘this people draw near to me with their mouth and with their lips they honour me, but have removed their heart from me.’ (Isaiah 29:13) Your incense is detestable to me. . and your appointed feasts my soul hates.” (Isaiah 1:13,14)
Is the Word of God obsolete and locked?
“It is all become to you as the words of a book that is locked, which we give to our preachers saying ‘Please, read this’ and he says ‘I cannot for it is locked’. They worship me in vain; their teachings are but rules taught by men. . the wisdom of the wise will perish. (Isaiah 29:11-14)
People have been told “Don’t study the book of Revelations, it is too complicated.” Yet it says “the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.” (Revelation 19:10) However we don’t want to know so we dream on and sleep on. However the storm will come, it is guaranteed! Now is the time to get ready and study this site! Here are some good scriptures that you can learn to strengthen your faith.
Those that fall by the wayside are they that hear the word but do not understand it.” (Matthew 13:19)
The Lord’s challenge
Do you want to wake up? Some of you still worship me on the cross. I came off this cross some two thousand years ago to serve the lonely, the sick and the poor. Do you want to come with me? ‘Look around!’ – Don’t ask me,
“Lord, when did we see you hungry, or thirsty, or a stranger, or naked, or sick, or in prison and did not help you?” Then shall he answer them, “I tell you the truth, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do it for me.” (Matthew 25:41-46)
“If a man says, ‘I love God’, and cares not for his brother then he is a liar: Because if he loves not his fellowman whom he has seen, how can he love God whom he has not seen?” (1John 4:20)
Never proclaim ‘I love God’, if you care not for the naked, the hungry, the strangers, the sick or the prisoners.
“Come you blessed of My Father”
“For I was hungry and you gave me food, a stranger and you took me in, naked and you gave me clothes, sick and you visited me; in prison and you came to me.”
“When was that?”
Jesus shall answer, “Whatever you have done for the least of these my family, you have done it for me.” (Matthew 25:32-40)
“Faith by itself, if not accompanied by action, is dead. Let’s not be weary in loving for we shall see results if we don’t give up!”
(James 2:26 & Galatians 6:9)
“Love the Lord with all you heart is the first commandment and the second is like unto it Love your neighbour as yourself.” (Mat.22:37) “A new commandment I give unto you that you love one another” (John 13:34)
In the Gospels Jesus does not speak too well of the rich – What if I am rich, what do I do?
You can do one of the following three things:
- “When you make a feast call the poor, the maimed, the lame, the blind: and you shall be blessed for they cannot pay you back, but you will be paid back at the resurrection.”
- Zacchaeus said, ‘Lord, I give half my goods to the poor: and if I have swindled anything from any man I will repay him four times as much. Jesus said to him,’Today salvation is come to this house.”
- Then of course there is the ultimate challenge “Jesus said if you want to be perfect, sell all that you have give it to the poor and follow me, and you will have a good bank account in heaven, when you get there”
Take time to read about the life of Jesus as recorded by his disciples: