Are you a slave to God or is God your slave the way he should be?

Discussion in 'Religion, Beliefs and Spirituality' started by Gnostic Christian Bishop, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. Are you a slave to God or is God your slave the way he should be?
    God, behold the only thing greater than yourself, ---- should be the caption and words in this clip.

    Without mankind to recognize the idea of a God, God would not exist. This is an obvious truth.
    Only you can make you voluntarily do anything. This also is an obvious truth.
    That all important capability shows that men and women and their wills are greater than God and his will. This is what Jesus taught. Paraphrase, the Sabbath was created for man, not man for the Sabbath. Man is to rule religion and not religion rule man.

    Only man's will is being expressed here on earth and man need not kowtow to the man-made idols and religions we have invented.
    That is the message Jesus tried to convey and that Rome corrupted because sheep are easier to control than goats.
    The Sabbath was made for man. Not man for the Sabbath. We can do as we choose.
    Which God do you idolize instead of stepping up yourself to recognizing that you are greater than God?
    Or do you recognize that you are greater than any God?
    Are you a slave to God or is God your slave the way he should be?

    Contradict yourself much?  Please stop posting nonsensical diatribe.
  3. Does it really matter? You interact with god anyway you choose to? Why include slavery?Sent from my iPhone using Grasscity Forum
    Because Paul only gives us two options. Slave to sin or slave to God. I am just giving a better option.
  6. God is something I could never understand yet completely relate to. We're his slaves, it's obvious.
    How does your absentee owner order and command you?
  8. He's in my head, telling me whats wrong and right.
  9. so "God" actually talks to you, you sure it isn't schizophrenia? or just the fact that you were taught wrong and right as a child growing up and you implement what your parents, teachers and society taught you? thats more likely
  10. He talks to me subliminally. 
    You do not have your own opinion or do you always agree with this voice in your head?
    What if, like Abraham, it told you to kill. Would you?
    P S. What type of accent does your voice of God have?
    High pitch or low?
    My own apotheosis gave me contact with the Godhead just the one time. It was quite enlightening.
    What bit of enlightenment did you get. Tell me yours and I will tell you mine.
  12. #13 RippedMonk, Jan 26, 2014
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    "In your head, zombie, zombie, zombie"
  13. I'm just fucking with you.
    Thanks but no thanks. I am not gay.
  15. You're not gay, but a decent moron.
  16. #17 Boats And Hoes, Jan 26, 2014
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    You missed the subtlety of the man's spoken wisdom.
    Imo, what iNP is saying is expressed rather sagaciously by a favorite philosopher of mine, Kierkegaard. Kierkegaard writes, “If I am capable of grasping God objectively, I do not believe, but precisely because I cannot do this I must believe. If I wish to preserve myself in faith I must constantly be intent upon holding fast the objective uncertainty so as to remain out upon the deep (over seventy thousand fathoms of water) still preserving my faith.”
  17. #18 Boats And Hoes, Jan 26, 2014
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    Humble yourself, friend. God expresses his Might, Majesty, Providence, and Beauty on an infinite amount of frequencies and pitches... no matter if you can't hear them. To think otherwise would be marginalize God.. The infinite, eternal, and ever-dynamic. Don't put God in a box.
    Pot calling the kettle black? :p
  19. #20 Boats And Hoes, Jan 26, 2014
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    A discussion between believers reverberates on a plane you aren't able or even willing to hear. Stop trying to catch on.

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