Saturday, February 23, 2013

All Other Gods are Temporal - Robert Torango

All other forms of gods exist in time, but our God exists outside of time, in the Eternalness of Himself. Everything that we can comprehend with our natural mind exists on a lower plane from Him. There is nothing, absolutely NOTHING that we know of that can be compared to Him. To even think properly about Him takes an ascension of our spiritual being.

We have come to know Him in our childish way according to our own limitations and the limited boundaries of our natural existence, but if truth be told, we do not yet know Him but in the shallowest of degrees. We say, God loves everybody, but in truth, He cannot love because if He loved then He could hate. The more proper way to understand God’s love towards us is to recognize that HE IS LOVE! God does not love, in the way that we love, for LOVE is not an emotion of God, it is the substance of God.

We were birthed by that LOVE that He IS, which is not an emotional attachment but a genetic disposition that will have its way in the ages to come. We began in Love and we will end in Love. Do you see how different the actual truths of God’s makeup are to the soulish thoughts that we have tried to operate by in our relationship with Him? This is why we are being prepared for such a time in God as this. –


Anonymous said...

Brother God said i am i change not
He laughs at His enemys He greives He hates Evil He is Just and Desires mercy all these things are scriptural attributes of God Himself please don't ever get so lost in one attribute that you cannot see the rest

Anonymous said...

1 John 5:7 Hebrews 6:18 Romans 11:22 1 John 4:16 Exodus 20:5-6 Romans 1:17 Deuteronomy 9:19 Psalm 69:24 John 3:36 Revelation 4:8

Love is used in different senses in the Bible when attributed to God in His dealings with His creatures. Sometimes it refers to mere goodness in bestowing natural benefits upon all men (Ps. 145:9; Matt. 18:33; Luke 6:35; Matt. 5:44,45). God’s redeeming love, on the other hand, is sovereign, discriminating, and particular. He says: "Jacob have I loved, but Esau have a hated" (Rom. 9:13). And of God it is emphatically declared: "Thou hatest all workers of iniquity" (Ps. 5:5).
The justice of God is taught in Genesis 18:25; Deuteronomy 32:4; Psalm 7:9-12; 18:24; Romans 2:6.