Do you know who God really is?

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Do you know who God is? Well, he’s not a man but some of you may find that surprising. Yes, Jesus came here in the form of a man. He walked, talked and performed miracles. Some of you may say that’s nothing unusual because humans can do that. Well, the only way that a human can perform a miracle is through God. We cannot do that on our own because we don’t have that ability.

God is the supreme being, not a supreme being. Now, I use he and not she to emphasize. God is neither male or female. In some pagan societies Jesus is black. Krishna is also black. The Babylonians are some of the earliest people who worshipped their own god. They built a tower. So, the true God confused their language and scattered them around the world. Now, those who believe in evolution may say something different because they do not believe in God. They don’t believe we were created, but there’s a lot of evidence that proves otherwise.

Adam and Eve didn’t have to read about God. They didn’t have to attend church. They saw God in the garden of Eden. So, it wasn’t necessary to read about Him. When they sinned everything changed. The whole world was different, they looked different. Nothing was the same. They had to work to feed and clothe themselves.

Bible School is sometimes more important than regular service because you learn more about God and the bible. Some Christians are fanatics. They seem to forget that we cannot live above being human. That does not mean to dwell in sin. Many of you know that I like to write about different topics. We’re living in the last days because things that are going on have never happened before. I’ll write more about those things as time goes on. But in the meantime, take care.

Queen Alexandra Butterflies

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I stopped by one of our member’s blog. Grady went to the Smithsonian sometime back and watched butterflies. Well, I just had to ask if he had seen any giant butterflies? They’re found in Asia and they grow as large as 12 inches long. The males are more beautiful than females with their gleaming bright colors. They’re also on the endangered list. I wrote a poem about these fascinating creatures that was published in a late issue of Space and Time magazine. They’re really something to see.