Thursday, February 2, 2017
The Alpha, And The Omega, The Beginning, And The End
In the Geeta you will notice Lord Krishna makes no distinction between the Holy Father and the Holy Spirit. He talks of it as one entity.
In the Gospel Jesus makes a distinction. There is the Holy Father, the Holy Son, and the Holy Spirit. But there also he emphasizes, God is one. The Holy Spirit is also referred to as the Spirit of God.
God is a Being, like you are a being, like an angel, both holy and fallen, is a being. God was never born, will never die, and has never, will never change. God, the Holy Father, was never born.
In the Gospel the Holy Spirit is being talked about separately not because God is not one, but because people had a hard time understanding how can a God who might look like a human being be everywhere? Well, everything that has ever been, ever will be, is contained within God.
The Holy Son was begotten, but begotten before all ages, before there ever was a heaven, and is undying. The Holy Son will always be. Bramha is the Holy Son. He emerged out of Vishnu's navel, born without a mother.
Lord Krishna in the Geeta: "I am the beginning and the end, the origin and the dissolution."
Lord Jesus in the Book of Revelation, the final book of the Bible: "I am the alpha and the omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end."
All heaven and earth begin and end with God. God, the Holy Father, and God, the Holy Son.
It is actually inaccurate to call God an Eternal Being. The word eternal is a measure of time. But time is only a specific dimension, it is the fourth dimension, a feature of the physical universe, with a beginning and an end. The time dimension that you know on earth is not a feature in heaven. Heaven is beyond the time dimension. That is why when you end up in heaven it is said you have everlasting life. Because if the time dimension is not even there, who is counting?
Calling God an Eternal Being is almost like saying someone might be 400 meters old. How old is that? You are using a space dimension unit to measure the time dimension. Does not make sense. Similarly a time dimension unit can not be used to measure an entity that is not only beyond the time dimension, but also beyond all dimensions of heaven as well, is the creator of that very dimension of time, the entire dimension of time from beginning to end is contained within God, that is why He can read it so well.
Matter is contained in space. Likewise time is contained within God, as is space, as also the beyond dimensions of heaven.
Someone asked God, "Who are you? What is your name?"
The reply was; "I am." I simply am.
That God loves you at full capacity. That God created you and wants you to be happy.