Another God Thing

This is a list of facts about God, with a little trick at the end. I did get these checked.

Here goes:

God is ultimately in charge.

There are three distinct entities which form God.

God does not like proud people.

God is usually invisible, inaudible, and intangible.

To somebody who is in a relationship with God, it is inconceivable to be able to function outside of such a relationship.

Such people are called Christians.

To a Christian, being cut off from God is the single most ghastly thing that could possible happen.

God enables Christians to do things they could not ordinarily do, with the rider, that they stay close to him.

God does not ‘develop as a character’ or change in any way.

God can and does give some really great Christians hints on what to do next or on things that will happen in the future.

Many people who are not Christians agree that it is a good thing that some people are.

Now, here’s the trick: if you go through that again, substituting ‘the Force’ for ‘God’ and ‘Jedi’ for ‘Christian’, it still works.

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2 Responses to Another God Thing

  1. shek1na says:

    Hi. As far as I can see, there is only one good book, the Bible.
    We have got it in written, the promises and the teachings.
    God is love and light. No darkness in Him. No darkness in Jesus.

    There are a lot of other dark forces out there. Making people confused.
    A lot of things will happen i 2014, be prepared.

    http://wp.me/p3tGFm-4b

    Please read the gospel according to Luke. So good teaching, so detailed.
    Be in Christ Jesus, and nothing can destroy your soul.

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