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Over the past, oh about a year and a half, I have been trying to figure out…well my relationship with God…and by no means is this process over with. In fact if I had my way I would die still trying to search, figuring out the answers.

I have thought about this long and hard, have tried and learned where I could and where I could not, and I know this will not be my last blog devoted to a more metaphysical and divine subject just as it is not my first.

I think the title of this blog is a bit obvious. That God is a God of principle. But in setting that up can be profound and different and its a stark contrast. Every religion says that God, or the Divine, has principle, but just how to set it up.

A God that has tried to at least hand down a series of principles and laws and rules. So called ‘divine laws’. And these can be expressed in the Ten Commandments, and in many holy books.

But it seems to me that part of it has gotten lost in translation. That either through the corruptible nature of the universe or something that God’s Law is not always God’s Law.

I think it has more to do with that a finite, like humanity, cannot possibly ever comprehend an infinite.

With our own perspectives and individualism and the constant examples of humanity trying to find our God and striving it is…what it is.

That God has laid down these laws throughout the universe but it is up to us to determine them and which is which. But the process is often corrupted.

We have to figure out which is which. We have to figure out what are the proper principles and values that are God’s and the Good Force, which ones are mans, and even which ones might be that other guy’s.

It is up to us and asking and answering those questions of ourselves is one of the fundamental reasons to live and to figure things out.

Because, as the saying goes, figuring out how best to serve God and what the proper principles are is the best way to serve humanity.

It is up to us to try to figure out which principles are the right ones, which are the wrong ones, and then to strive in the direction that we believe is right.

That way we can connect with God and hope for a good judgment.

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2 Comments

  1. nice to see that you’re still thinking about where you stand in terms of divine oneness with God….but don’t forget that God is also loving and caring….else He wouldn’t’ve set forth fair and just rules to guide us how to be better people…:-)

    • nice to see you back.


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