Friday, May 16, 2014

God in the Profound and the Profane

"In the beginning [before all time] was the Word (Christ), and the Word was with God, and the Word was God Himself" John 1:1 AMP, italics and emphasis mine

It is said, "if you don't see God in the profound and the profane, you miss half the story" you have no idea how true this is. Bear with me and I will explain shortly, but let me back up a little bit and start from the beginning.

John 1:1 says in the beginning was God, this means before our planet and all that we can see and cannot see was made, was God; before our solar system, even before our galaxy and the universe was…there was God. This means, God was (existed) before what we see and cannot see and MORE IMPORTANTLY from Him came all that we can see and cannot see.

This means, when you look at a stone, sand, earth, fire, gas, air and by extension building, cars and everything you can (or cannot see) THEY all literary came from within God. They are a part of God, THEY ARE GOD.

Ok bear with me a little, when John says, "the word became flesh" (1:14) this was not the first time the word became flesh. All the matter that we see (and cannot see) is WORD (God) which became flesh/matter and we behold HIS GLORY in them because they are actually Him.

In my effort to understand this profound truth, God gave me this very in adequate example but will suffice to make a point; smash a car into million pieces and each piece is part of the car, it is in essence a car. The difference is in the function that each piece can do. A bulb from light, a piece of side mirror, a spring and the list is endless…God took from within him a part of him and from within he created a trillion trillion of what we can and cannot see.

Suddenly it is easy for me to understand how God would part the red sea, Jesus could turn water to wine, walk on water, talk to wind, multiply bread and fish, talk to a tree, speak to dis-ease…HE was talking to PARTS of HIM…He was talking to HIMself.

You want to see God? Open your eyes and more importantly open your mind and heart and vwaalaaaa there is God right before your eyes…

When Jesus said "ye are gods" John 10:34, quoting King David, (Psalms 82:6) He was not just talking about believers or humanity, He was talking about EVERYTHING!

Tim Kyara
ePastor|Hekima Consultant  

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