Consider the possibility, atleast in the Spirit of God. (Long read.)

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MatthewG

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Sitting here thinking about the goodness and the pondering things about Yahava, or Yahweh, or Jehovah which many by individualistic terms choose which name thet perfer and there is no need for me to be combative or try to win at debating.

Debating only tends to waste time, especially if neither party is open to dialouging and exchanging. You may be thinking to yourself right now, what could be next on the question, are you someone who connects directly to Yahava by and through power in the mighty name of Yeshua, or Jesus as some people tend to use, whom was also named Immanuel, which is “God among us” by and through the flesh of Christ, which was also by the help of the very Spirit of God, in which the Word was able to dwell in the flesh and perform the Fathers will, by the fleshly choice of putting down his own will, and submitting that may Yahava himselfs be done, by and through the Holy Spirit of God (which dwells in believers today), which is humbling for one to think about the Lord Yeshua, who is the Master of words, a prophet, a underdog as some might say, the very Word of God that was spoke when Yahava said, “Let there be light” and it was so. And Yahava separated the light from the darkness.

With these things in mind, would you consider the Bible itself to be a thing to be used and forced on people to accept at face value? Is it possible that people who are born in different countries and they are raised by their grandparents.

The grandparents taught the kids buddism, or hinduism, or say the mulism faith, or the baha’ faith, which was native and rooted in their culture of the time and place and lets say none of them have ever had access to the bible and the areas of study and subject of those cultural religions would Yahava the God of Israel, be able to see within those confinds of space which cover religion, find a person who has a willingly heart of faith and does by the heart believe there is a great one than himself and he seek after he who created his own soul, will be pleased by their faith in loving the LORD your God with all your heart, your mind and your soul?

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Can people in other religions, lets say a highly educated college class which the lessons over the past two years pertain to study of a lot of histories and a lot of opinions to consider within that age itself, quite outstanding, be able to find Yahava without ever perhaps knowing, hearing, however that individual is given the holy spirit and rewarded for deligently seeking Yahava out, and they also should know that he is well pleased by anyone who is desrious to reach out in faith and talk and connect with your Maker.
 
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Sitting here thinking about the goodness and the pondering things about Yahava, or Yahweh, or Jehovah which many by individualistic terms choose which name thet perfer and there is no need for me to be combative or try to win at debating.

Debating only tends to waste time, especially if neither party is open to dialouging and exchanging. You may be thinking to yourself right now, what could be next on the question, are you someone who connects directly to Yahava by and through power in the mighty name of Yeshua, or Jesus as some people tend to use, whom was also named Immanuel, which is “God among us” by and through the flesh of Christ, which was also by the help of the very Spirit of God, in which the Word was able to dwell in the flesh and perform the Fathers will, by the fleshly choice of putting down his own will, and submitting that may Yahava himselfs be done, by and through the Holy Spirit of God (which dwells in believers today), which is humbling for one to think about the Lord Yeshua, who is the Master of words, a prophet, a underdog as some might say, the very Word of God that was spoke when Yahava said, “Let there be light” and it was so. And Yahava separated the light from the darkness.

With these things in mind, would you consider the Bible itself to be a thing to be used and forced on people to accept at face value? Is it possible that people who are born in different countries and they are raised by their grandparents.

The grandparents taught the kids buddism, or hinduism, or say the mulism faith, or the baha’ faith, which was native and rooted in their culture of the time and place and lets say none of them have ever had access to the bible and the areas of study and subject of those cultural religions would Yahava the God of Israel, be able to see within those confinds of space which cover religion, find a person who has a willingly heart of faith and does by the heart believe there is a great one than himself and he seek after he who created his own soul, will be pleased by their faith in loving the LORD your God with all your heart, your mind and your soul?

Shorter version:

Can people in other religions, lets say a highly educated college class which the lessons over the past two years pertain to study of a lot of histories and a lot of opinions to consider within that age itself, quite outstanding, be able to find Yahava without ever perhaps knowing, hearing, however that individual is given the holy spirit and rewarded for deligently seeking Yahava out, and they also should know that he is well pleased by anyone who is desrious to reach out in faith and talk and connect with your Maker.
Consider this.
All scripture supported, just giving a narrative without passage reference.

All that exists is of and from God. Everything.

Therefore, in truth, we are never separated from God.

The faith in finding God, which in Scripture means God calls to us,and we respond, doesn't mean we are now able to do something that bridges our separation. Because we are created of and from God.

What it actually means,God calling,us responding, is to realize, (real eyes to see) we are of and from God.

Which is the meaning of Jesus' saying, have I not told you,ye are God's? We are God's. A double entendre of sorts.

We are Gods,we are his,because we are of and from the creator.

And, we are "god's", if,when, we awaken to the fullness of that truth. Then, as Jesus said, whoever believes in him will do the works he was doing, and even greater things than that, after he returned to the Father.

Jesus and God were one. Jesus exampled the parables he taught.

While appearing as a true flesh and blood man, he was able to do the things only God can do. Heal the blind,raise the dead,etc...

He exampled what we could do if we truly open to the awareness we,"I", and the Father are one.

That's the whole crux of the Gospel.

It isn't saving us from an underworld Hell. It's saving us from thinking this life is bigger than we are and its trappings are all there is. A Hell of sorts where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth because we let what happens in the world,and to us, make us to think we can only ride it out the best we can. And pray something outside ourselves will change that.

When in truth, we are the creators of our reality when we channel the power of the Holy Spirit into our every thought and action. And therein make our life into the image and likeness of God.

Jesus said,the kingdom of God is spread out across the whole earth. We just don't see it.
 
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Can God see the hearts of people? Even in organizational religion? Are there people in organized religion who even though maligned by religion, have faith in seeking the true and living God.

Some just say no. That it is impossible, but didnt Jesus say otherwise?
 

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Can God see the hearts of people? Even in organizational religion? Are there people in organized religion who even though maligned by religion, have faith in seeking the true and living God.

Some just say no. That it is impossible, but didnt Jesus say otherwise?
God know me, more than I know myself......

The Bible agrees that God knows your heart. God said to Samuel that He sees not as man sees: “man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart” (1 Samuel 16:7 ).
1 Samuel 16:7 New Living Translation (NLT)But the LORD said to Samuel, “Don't judge by his appearance or height, for I have rejected him. The LORD doesn't see things the way you see them. People judge by outward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart.”

It’s the heart that is in communion with God...how, through the Holy Spirit who lives in our spirit.

The Bible far more regularly speaks of God's Spirit living in the hearts of believers, such as in Romans 5:5 where it states that “God's love has been poured into our hearts through the Holy Spirit who has been given to us.

>1 Corinthians 12:13
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For by one Spirit we were all baptized into one body, whether Jews or Greeks, whether slaves or free, and we were all made to drink of one Spirit.

We are Born of God..not by man.....by God and only God.........we are not Born Again through head knowledge......

Spirit gives birth to spirit......as flesh gives birth to flesh.

Only God can birth one in the Spirit...
 
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Those are some well thoughtout insights to share, Rita, thank you.