1.

Is GOD?

We live in 21 century in the era of scientific civilization; is God real or we assume God who is not, and make ourselves believe and deify him in need of our necessity?

Probably, many will be very anxious about to get an right answer to this question. This shall be a chief prerequisite about whether or not God exists. If not, all one does for is of no use, nor avail.

So, finding out the right solution to this question shall serve as a major priority.

Is God’s Spirit real? The answer to this is; “as long as there is science, there is God.” Because, as the wisdom is the principle of God and the science is the fruit of the wisdom, God created all in the universe and made its employment and application as well. Man was created, and born and endowed with wisdom by God. With the wisdom man discovered the law of the universe and has developed the science. The science is the product which resulted from man’s brain (wisdom). Isn’t the Scripture saying “the Spirit of the LORD is the Spirit of wisdom”. (Isaiah 11:2)

He, as Creator, administrator of the universe, administers with divine providence in the stage of human history. With divine providence God’s administration shall be perpetual and it is eternal truth which is unchangeable.

Before too long, he shall judge the human history, and set up his kingdom without fail (Daniel 2:44). So, the Spirit of God was, and is, and shall be from everlasting to everlasting (Psalm 90:2).

God has brought forth multiple evidence throughout the Scriptures.

(Rome 1:19) “Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them”.

(Rome 1:20) “For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are cleary seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:”

*When God made man, he has given wisdom and consciousness with which he had man to perceive him.

(Acts 17:27) “That they should seek the Lord, if haply they might feel after him, and find him, though he be not far from every one of us:”

That’s why it is of no use that man makes any excuses.

Then, is God one only in the universe? No, it’s not. While omnipotent Spirit, the Spirit of the Creator is one God; there are many gods that were created. (Deuteronomy 6:4)

The Scripture says there are many gods except the Spirit of God.

(1 Corinthians 8:5,6) “For though there be that are called gods, whether in heaven or in earth, (as there be gods many, and lords many,) But to us there is but one God, the Father, of whom are all things, and we in him; and one Lord Jesus Christ, by whom are all things, and we by him.”

 

Then what are gods beside him?

*when classified broadly of the gods,

First of all, it is wise to divide them by two: ‘good’ and ‘evil’ and then classify them further as follows:

Of the side of ‘good’; there are the Spirit of God and holy Spirit,

Of the side of ‘evil’; there are demonic spirit and evil spirit.

1) First: the Spirit of God

The Spirit of God is the principle of all gods; he is called God, the Spirit who is the Creator of all in the universe and administers.

2) Second: holy Spirit

Holy Spirit is the one (martyr or martyress, holy man) who lived in the earth faithfully and martyred, and whose spirit ascended into heaven.

3) Third: demonic spirit (Job 1:7)

It is the spirit which makes man evil fundamentally, and those who are evil in this earth are the ones who received the demonic spirit.

4) Fourth: evil spirit (1 Samuel 16:14)

Evil spirit is the one who lived in the earth wickedly and died , and whose spirit ascended into heaven. Mad man is the one when the evil spirit comes upon him.

Of all, only the Spirit of God is the Creator and the Lord of Saviour. Except God all are God’s handiwork. So, is every God’s handiwork done of itself not with the seed in it, as the devil is not made of but has been done as a result of the rebellion against God, although it (devil) was an administering angel of God.

 

(Job 1:6,7) “Now there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before the LORD, and Satan came also among them. 7 And the LORD said unto Satan, Whence comes thou? Then Satan answered the LORD, and said, From going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it.”

(Matthew 16:23) “But he turned, and said unto Peter, Get thee behind me, Satan: thou art an offence to me: for thou savourest not the things that be of God, but those that be of men.”

(John 6:70,71) “Jesus answered them, Have not I chosen you twelve, and one of you is a devil? 71 He spake of Judas Iscariot the son of Simon: for he it was that he should betray him, being one of the twelve.”

 

O The being of soul and spirit of a human

Monism: the assumption that soul, spirit and the flesh are not separable; but the same - as the flesh is gone, the soul and the spirit in it also; like a computer is broken down with the memory, the file in it disappears. (the assumption of Jehovah’s Witnesses)

Binary theory: an assertion that the soul and spirit are not separable but one, and the flesh is the other.

Tertiary theory: a theory that explains the soul, spirit and the flesh are as ‘Trinity’. (Hebrews 4:12) (1 Thessalonians 5:23)

O Coming and participating in this Church, one can see the work of the Holy Spirit; the one who wants it is able to directly receive Holy Spirit, and can hear the voice from the Spirit.

 

2.

God is of scientific and systematic

The people who read the Bible may say ‘how can we believe in the Bible?’. Speaking of that the book is written and published by man, how could it be the words of God? Furthermore, they say the Bible has a lot of vain words, is unscientific, lacks common sense. And also say it is unethical and is absurd for the people who have some sound knowledge and intelligence to accept it. As well as they blame that man tells people into believing it by compiling the verses of the words of the Bible on purpose in a cunning way.

All these types of speaking are, however, coming from the lack of the knowledge of the Bible. It is unavoidable for the people to speak in that way who live in the three dimensional world because they cannot perceive the sphere that they are unable to see in their eyes. Of course, it is natural for them if they read the Bible literally word by word. But one can not say like that if they have come to understand the foundation and the principle of the Bible.

 

*Then, what is the Scriptures? it is ‘the words of God’.

*What is the purpose of the Scriptures? it is for the human salvation.

*What is the goal of the Scriptures? It is to build the kingdom of heaven in the earth.

 

Without respect to the knowledge of the fundamental supreme principle, one cannot understand the Scriptures. It is like - without the subject, it is impossible to write; and unless one masters ‘times table’, he can not enter for mathematics (calculation).

The Scriptures have written up about human salvation to take it into detail, by setting up a lot of circumstances and methods in the variety of conditions therein. The Scriptures is complete, precise with no error and extraordinarily scientific, and does not allow the least of error with systemic completeness and accuracy. (Psalms 18:30/19:7-)

Of Scriptures, certain stories seem to be mythical. But at the same time, in its mythical expression, things like a gem of the truth are hidden to be aware. It is because that it was purposed to deliver the truth by means of the myths. And it seems the Scriptures is written of the history. However, it's not about the history considering in depth. God made use of it, for the purpose is not the myth, nor the history. As defined above, the Bible is of the words of God, and the message sent to human beings. Therefore, the Bible is a blueprint and the specifications (introduction) of his work. God has made a history for the Word, let the history happen, and made the words known to people by way of the myths. This way, God imparts in regard to human salvation his words by using his unique rhetoric, and by transforming his words into human words.

3.

What benefit there is, when there is direct communication with the Spirit

To be posted ....

4.

How is God described in the Bible?

To be posted ....