What is a gOD Challenge

What is a gOD Challenge “What is a god?” Challenger, “I have had many experiences with GOD THE FATHER GOD THE SON(JESUS) and GOD THE HOLY SPIRIT. The bible is true…GOD says if YOU seek ME with ALL YOUR HEART YOU WILL find ME………. taking a class in school and thinking that GOD does not exist is of YOUR OWN FREE WILL but I know without a doubt GOD exists and have witnessed his power by seeing a crippled woman get up and walk just like JESUS did in the bible. dont take my word for it YOU have to seek GOD.” My response, what is a god? Challenger, “GOD loves you more than anyone could ever love you. He sent his only begotton son JESUS CHRIST to die for you and me/ It is a free gift, reach out and take it. tonight ask GOD to reveal himself to you and he will but you have to take a step of faith, you are not a robot or a dog and not forced to do anything by GOD. I know there is deep hurt and pain inside you but GODs love is mightier than that. If you seek him you will find. have a great evening sir.” My response, “GOD loves you more than anyone could ever love you.” —This does not tell me what a god is. “He sent his only begotton son JESUS CHRIST to die for you and me/ It is a free gift, reach out and take it.” — Again, this does not tell me what a god is. “Tonight, ask GOD to reveal...

42 Principles Of God Maat 2000 Years Before Ten Commandments

42 Principles Of God Maat 2000 Years Before Ten Commandments   Maat was an Egyptian Goddess. From Tour Egypt:   Ma’at, unlike Hathor and Nephthys, seemed to be more of a concept than an actual goddess. Her name, literally, meant ‘truth’ in Egyptian. She was truth, order, balance and justice personified. She was harmony, she was what was right, she was what things should be. It was thought that if Ma’at didn’t exist, the universe would become chaos, once again!   From Wikipedia:   Maat or Ma’at was the ancient Egyptian concept of truth, balance, order, harmony, law, morality, and justice. Maat was also personified as a goddess regulating the stars, seasons, and the actions of both mortals and the deities, who set the order of the universe from chaos at the moment of creation.   From the Egyptian Book of the Dead, the 42 Principles of Maat, commonly known as the “Negative Confessions.”   I have not committed sin. I have not committed robbery with violence. I have not stolen. I have not slain men or women. I have not stolen food. I have not swindled offerings. I have not stolen from God/Goddess. I have not told lies. I have not carried away food. I have not cursed. I have not closed my ears to truth. I have not committed adultery. I have not made anyone cry. I have not felt sorrow without reason. I have not assaulted anyone. I am not deceitful. I have not stolen anyone’s land. I have not been an eavesdropper. I have not falsely accused anyone. I have not been angry without reason....

No Worship No Bullshit

Mental health therapy is very effective yet relatively no worship or sacralizing.   Religion is only mildly effective yet lots worship and sacralizing.   It’s amazing how many things are effective and yet relatively no worship or sacralizing. So, it’s not quality or effectiveness that makes people do a lots worship and sacralizing, its the dogmatic propaganda nature of religion in taking credit for many things which is undeserved and worse it is a distraction for fears and a hidden web of controle supporting a pseudo empowerment while disempowering you often becoming like an addictive substance, hurting you while helping you momentarily escape reality.   But, just think with mental health therapy attempts to help or assist people often though some method or process of self inspire not because of but with the client often the biggest contributing part and a person finding a level of mental equilibrium are encouraged to go forth and prosper; thus on a vary real way the ultimate goal is client liberation and for many this could be ending therapy which instead of being viewed negatively its seen as a triumph.   Whereas in many religions attempts to help or assist people in the deinfasus of self and the diminishing of the self of individual freedom instead supporting lots worship and sacralizing often though some method or process of inspiring the gods, holy books, sacred figures sacred places or even the religion itself. Many religions push hard for elegance some threaten being cut off, oppressed, possibly harmed even at times death or at least the remove of individual identity with a group identity, not...