What is your view of who God is and who we are as humans? That question has dogged us throughout all of history. The religions that have been built up around God, place Him in some heavenly place watching over His creation and passing judgement on mankind for the sins they have committed. We have even created in our minds a god that appears as an old white bearded man sitting on a throne surrounded by his angels. In this 21st century we now know that God is much bigger and more powerful than we tend to give Him credit for. Scientists have proven the existence of the very energy of God in the invisible light of quantum physics.
Throughout history we have been told that God is the author of all miracles and we are just bystanders watching Him/Her play out the godly role. However, stories in the Bible seem to contradict that scenario. Think of Moses in the Old Testament who performed the ten miracles before Pharaoh before he let the people of Israel leave their slavery. Or, think of the prophets Elijah and his student Elisha who each raised a child from the dead. These were individuals who were just ordinary men until they crossed over into the spiritual realm of God, who bestowed gifts of healing on them. While they remained fully human, they were able to use the energy of God to created God’s miracles on earth.
In the New Testament the whole of God’s Energy and teachings are displayed in one man, Jesus. Like an ordinary human being he was baptised by John the Baptist, went out into the desert and was tempted by Satan or the dark forces to follow the ways of every other person. But God had already brought him onto the spiritual side. However, when Jesus, or any other person, including you and I, walk through that spiritual door that Jesus refers to, we have the power to discriminate between good and evil. Like Jesus, we can choose the correct path that God shows us. Jesus is our way shower and guide for living. He said the two greatest commandments were to love God with all your being and to love everyone else as you love yourself.
When Jesus rose from the dead, he promised his followers and us that he would send a helper or the Holy Spirit of God to guide everyone through life. We seem to have a challenge understanding who the Holy Spirit is. Simply put, the Holy Spirit is the energy of God and comes to us as our guide. While we may think of God as somewhere out there in Heaven, the Holy Spirit is also God’s Energy. He/She is not only close to us in the quantum light He/She is also in us always. God is just waiting for us to say come in and join my Spirit/Soul and help me live this life. God gave us free will and will never interfere with us until we invite Him/Her to become active in our life. The ball is in our court. The decision is totally ours.
A soul-touching and inspiring book, God Is Alive and Well presents a fresh and exciting view of God that will ultimately draw readers into a deeper understanding of—and relationship with—their creator.