Monday, April 03, 2006
The Two Worlds
Have you ever thought about the possibility of another dimension? another world outside of our own?
The truth is, there are two worlds... both co-existing together, but not mutually interacting with eachother in entirety.

If you look back in history, the reason that both of these worlds were disconnected from eachother is that man disbelieved and disobeyed God, forcing Him to withdraw Himself and the spiritual world from man.

Because mankind turned his back on God, it put man and God at odds. God created man and loves man but because of mans stubborness to accept the reality of the other world (and Gods love) not many have regained the relationship man and God once had.
In reality, mankind as a whole has tried to forget about his past connection to God and the spiritual world.

As time has gone on, humans have withdrawn themselves from God more and more.
It isn't God who has chosen to not reveal Himself, it is mans stubborness that causes his inability to see Him.

God has revealed Himself in many ways in His creation, the way that creation is constructed and how it works.
If you really study science you will see that God reveals Himself in almost everything, His mark is everywhere and on everything.
Nothing can rightfully disprove the bible or the validity and truth of God.

Man is without excuse because all things show the glory of God, no matter how hard anyone tries to debate that fact, it remains a FACT.

But whats most important...One man made it possible for these worlds to connect once more.
So both God and man could interact and once again fellowship together.

That man is Jesus Christ, you can fight it all you want but the bible is clear that the only way to heaven is through Jesus' blood and in that blood we might be seen as pure and holy before God.
Blogger buckles said...
I love the idea of there existing further dimensions! There's a verse in I Corinthians 13 that says, "Now we see but a poor reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known." I've heard pastors interpret this verse to imply that "seeing face to face" is to come to see God in his dimension. As a dimension increases, the possible level of intimacy between two objects increases....think of two, two-dimensional, paper people trying to shake hands. Compared to the action in three dimensions, which allows a concept of volume, there is a much more limited sense of "touch" in two dimensions. The fact that God lives in us, makes his presence known to us, and speaks to our hearts while defying all of the boundaries of our four dimensional world (if you include time) tells us that he is interacting with us using another dimension, as you pointed out, Jared. That's wicked cool! Thus, no other relationship we experience is even slightly comparable to the intimacy we share with the Holy Spirit. When we go to our home in heaven, we will interact with God "face to face" on his level, in his own mysterious reality. And by the way, His reality is the reality...ours is the like the black and white cartoon on the TV screen, whereas his is like hugging a friend. So, we shouldn't get discouraged when we can't understand God's ways. Not only is he God, but his world is so beyond us that explaining his mind to us would be like trying to describe a hexagonal pyramid to a two-dimensional creature...haha, goodluck with that!--Yeah, if I were an angel watching God deal with all of our incompetency and sheep-like qualities, I'd probably be muttering that quite often.