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Re: Anyone here had a 'body full of light' ?

Posted by rayww on April 30, 2004, at 21:46:35

In reply to Anyone here had a 'body full of light' ?, posted by Harrach on April 28, 2004, at 20:41:27

Light and darkness is visible in a person. I have known people whose appearance and countenance changes as they turn their life around and start living the commandments of God. They look younger, brighter, lighter, happier because their eye is single to the glory of God, and they begin to reflect his image in their countenance.

I had a bipolar light experience one time, but my family saw me as dark, so just because in our swing we feel full of light doesn't mean others will see it in us.

At one time I wondered if prophets were bipolar, but the more I study them the more I am convinced that God just uses the best he has to work with to get his message across to the world. (God's not man's message)

Who is the source of all light?
God is

Who is God?
God is love, therefore he has passion.
He stretches out his hand, therefore he has body parts
We are created in his image, therefore he has a body shaped like man.
He hears our prayers and answers them.
He created all of this, therefore he owns all
As wonderful a creation as man is, God is greater yet.

If I pray to a false god will the real one hear me?
No. God does not deceive, and he cannot lie. He cannot pretend to be someone he isn't

How do I know who the real God is?
He will answer my prayer with true light and knowledge

If I need some help from Sue and I ask Jane, will Sue hear and help me?

What is the difference between the athiest, Christian, and Jewish definition of God?
Athiest: God is nothing because there is no god
Christian: God is a mass of nothingness so large it fills the universe, etc
Jewish: God is.
Mormon: God the Father has a tangible glorified body of flesh and bone, and so does His son, Jesus Christ.

In common: God is "omnipotent," "omnipresent," and "omniscient"

Do you picture light emenating from a presence or from a mass of nothing?
From a presence.

If god was in the room with you, even though you could not see him, would you be able to see his light and feel his presence?
Yes, depending on how much I am able and worthy to feel and see.

Can God walk into a room?

Can God hug you?

Has God ever hugged you?
Yes he has hugged me with his love

How do you know?
I believe I said good bye to him as I came to earth, a baby.

Can you remember how it felt?
yes almost.

Do you long for that again?

Was He full of light?

How do you know?
It's just in my head and I see it when I think of god.

Do you feel light when you think about God?

Is light knowledge?
yes, truth.

Is it real or imagined?

How is it seen?
Eye to eye.

Have you ever looked into the eye of a baby?
That is light.




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