Shekinah Glory

September 10, 2007, 3:40 pm
Filed under: Atheist, Bible, Buddhism, Catholic, Christianity, Church, God, Hinduism, Jain, Mormon, Muslim, Presbyterian, Sikh


If God is truly infinite, there must be infinite ways in which to experience God.

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Unless, we close off our heart to Him.Then, there is no experience at all.
God’s blessings to you this day.

Comment by timglass


Interesting thought. I will meditate on it.


Comment by pastorofdisaster


I don’t agree with Tim. Even though we may think we have disconnected, we never truly are disconnected. To me that is impossible.

Comment by tobeme


I would tend to agree with you.

Comment by pastorofdisaster

I’m reminded in the Gospel where Jesus couldn’t heal those in His hometown because of their lack of faith.They closed themselves off to God and therefore, didn’t experience Him.

Comment by timglass

I am reminded of the healing done even when a person said, “I believe, help me with my unbelief.” Faith is not always a prerequesite in the Bible for God to work. God is free to work whenever God chooses. Both Jeremiah and Moses didn’t believe that God could or should work through them. Thanks for the comment.

Comment by pastorofdisaster

But they believed enough to act….

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