The true God

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The word, “God” is derived from the Sanskrit word, “gutta”; which means, the one who is sacrificed. This is precisely who God Is. He is pure love; who sacrificed His life for us on the cross, so that, we, who sinned against him, may be forgiven; and share his peace and joy for all eternity. God’s love is unconditional and infinite. He is our healer and redeemer who never gives up on us.

Pure love is a Spirit that fills the universe; and this Spirit is the being of God. Though God is a single being, His love has three distinct spectrums. They are love of a father, love of a redeemer and love of a sanctifier. Each of these spectrums, is a person; because each one has distinct actions. God in the Father’s love created us and takes care of our needs. When we abandoned His love and sinned against Him, He in the redeemer’s love came into this world as a human being; and died on the cross to save us from sin. Furthermore, to be our constant guide and keep us on the right tract, He in His sanctifying love fills our heart with truth. The presence of three spectrums of love in a single being of God, in a vague way, is similar to three distinct spectrums of primary colors in a single beam of sun light.

There is only one, true God; and that God is pure love. Pure love, is unconditional. It, therefore, never dies or change. It is, therefore, free of greed, anger, hate, jealousy and pride. It, therefore, brings us peace and joy. Money, power, pride, lust and selfishness are the false gods. Worshipping them results in fear, paranoia, hopelessness, hate, revenge, law suites, divorce, violence and murder. Furthermore, we can’t serve the true God, if our heart is with the false gods.
 
Sep 3, 2009
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The word, “God” is derived from the Sanskrit word, “gutta”; which means, the one who is sacrificed. This is precisely who God Is. He is pure love; who sacrificed His life for us on the cross, so that, we, who sinned against him, may be forgiven; and share his peace and joy for all eternity. God’s love is unconditional and infinite. He is our healer and redeemer who never gives up on us.

Pure love is a Spirit that fills the universe; and this Spirit is the being of God. Though God is a single being, His love has three distinct spectrums. They are love of a father, love of a redeemer and love of a sanctifier. Each of these spectrums, is a person; because each one has distinct actions. God in the Father’s love created us and takes care of our needs. When we abandoned His love and sinned against Him, He in the redeemer’s love came into this world as a human being; and died on the cross to save us from sin. Furthermore, to be our constant guide and keep us on the right tract, He in His sanctifying love fills our heart with truth. The presence of three spectrums of love in a single being of God, in a vague way, is similar to three distinct spectrums of primary colors in a single beam of sun light.

There is only one, true God; and that God is pure love. Pure love, is unconditional. It, therefore, never dies or change. It is, therefore, free of greed, anger, hate, jealousy and pride. It, therefore, brings us peace and joy. Money, power, pride, lust and selfishness are the false gods. Worshipping them results in fear, paranoia, hopelessness, hate, revenge, law suites, divorce, violence and murder. Furthermore, we can’t serve the true God, if our heart is with the false gods.

Are you "arunangelo" on another forum web site that posted this same comment?

I am curious. You did not choose to use the name of Jesus Christ in your post. Is there a reason for that as the Bible says that HIS name is above all names.
 
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The true God would be the God that exists absolutely. He would have to be hard to understand to the natural man. He would have to have perfect unity. He would have to be fair and love everyone. He would have to have a book, that is a contract. He would have to give opportunities, and appeal to body, soul, spirit, and prove they exist. His book would have to be written by more than one man, and completely show unity between different classes of people. The list goes on.
Just these things alone diminish all religions except Christianity, and reformed Judaism.
 
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The true God would be the God that exists absolutely. He would have to be hard to understand to the natural man. He would have to have perfect unity. He would have to be fair and love everyone. He would have to have a book, that is a contract. He would have to give opportunities, and appeal to body, soul, spirit, and prove they exist. His book would have to be written by more than one man, and completely show unity between different classes of people. The list goes on.
Just these things alone diminish all religions except Christianity, and reformed Judaism.

I was hoping that you would respond to the question I asked you in the second post of your thread.

Just to answer your "He would have to" points, may I repeat what has already been said by God of the Lord Jesus Christ in Colossians 2:9.....
"For in him, (Christ) dwelleth all the fulness of the GODHEAD bodily.”

Every single element that you postulated was 100% fulfilled in the God-Man, Jesus Christ!