The concept of God is one that can only be defined by a person’s perspective. Everyone has their own experience with “God”. However, you can not ignore factual information when it comes to the ALL SEEING BEING known as God. Before you get your panties in a bunch, read the following content with an open mind. This is not to be personal, but some things to consider to start a dialog.
If God is our father, why doesn’t he protect his children? The natural instinct for any father is to protect and provide for his children at all costs. If we are made in God’s image, then how can God allow the oppression and slavery of black people? What would be the purpose of allowing slavery to happen?
One thing that burns me the most is when people say “God blessed me to have what I have.” So basically God is saying “f*&k me” because I’m not as blessed as you? Here is the reality of the situation, we all are accountable for the good things and bad things that happen to us. Yes, some people are born into messed up situations. That is not their fault, but rather their parents or possibly just circumstances. But you can’t point the blame on a god or a devil.
In the King James Version of the bible, John 10:34 states “Jesus answered them, Is it not written in your law, I said, Ye are gods?” If we all are gods, then the idea of a God that controls everything and everyone is simply false!
In the NIV version of the bible, Psalm 82:6 states “”I said, ‘You are “gods”; you are all sons of the Most High.’ I guess the magic question is what or who is the most high? The reason I said “what” is the most high is because the bible is a book of astrology to an degree, and the most high can be defined as the “Sun”. This could explain why our melanin extracts vitamin D from the sun some while non-melanin people get cancer from the sun (just something to think about).
Is it possible the son of God is really the SUN of God? The Sun is what gives everything life on our planet. Without the Sun, nothing lives.
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