Beyond the 66 books

A crossThis would be considered a bonus question, if, to me, it did not warrant a more in depth discussion. The question is this: Do we think that God is limited to the 66 books of the bible? To expand on the question: do we think that God is not integrated into the current ‘evolution’ of man, or are we deceived into thinking that God stopped being omnipresent because of a brief spurt of innovation? Is the year 2012 going into 2013 out of God’s reach because we have advanced a bit? Are the issues of today too complicated for God to deal with? Has God’s omniscience finally ran out because we have moved past the understanding of those who were given the task of documenting the Word of God so many thousands of years ago?

Our actions would say that we are generally deluded into thinking that the Word of God lost its potency once man began to abuse ‘free will’ and created monsters out of its control. Many aspects would bring this distortion on: corrupted government, wars, terrorism, false clergies, infidelity, tragedy, and a overall sadness that blankets the world. Our faith becomes shaken and shattered by these issues and since it seems like God is sitting back with a look of confusion because man has developed better ways of communicating destruction, we are alone and the Word of God is all but void.

Understand this beloved readers, God’s Word has yet to return void. Yes, we are living in a time well beyond the time of Adam, Abraham, Issac, Jacob, Moses, Job, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Solomon, David, John the baptist, the twelve disciples, Paul and even The 35 years Christ walked the earth, yet the essence of what made man then still prevails, and the advancement of time is in God’s hands from the first moment until now. All that God has ordained still holds true, even in a time of jet planes, the Internet, smartphones, FaceBook and nano-technology.

Let’s look at a few scriptural aspects. God has never left anyone then, and still walks with each of us everyday(Book of Hebrews ch.13:v.5). God is STILL not stupid and what you sow, you reap and will continue to do so(Book of Galatians ch.6:v.7), the love of money STILL IS the root of all evil(Book of 1st Timothy ch.6:v.10). We STILL need to pray without ceasing(Book of 1st Thessalonians ch.5:v.17), and just because the law of man tries to circumvent God’s commandments, they still stand today and have never needed to be changed. The list goes on and on.

I encourage you to continue to look to the Word of God for guidance, understanding and to increase your faith, no matter how many iPhone, Android, or Windows Phone versions you buy or FaceBook friends you have.

God Bless.


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