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Is this what God looks like?

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From the rough computer images, I did not 'see' what many others
did in the clear, final draft.
My conclusion is that God, from our modern perspective, is a metrosexual.
Oh, how times have changed.
 

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9 minutes ago, BadBrad said:

From the rough computer images, I did not 'see' what many others
did in the clear, final draft.
My conclusion is that God, from our modern perspective, is a metrosexual.
Oh, how times have changed.
 

God however, has not :)    The unmitigated arrogance of thinking to remake God  in their image just boggles my mind, and I'm sure must give God a good chuckle :)

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7 minutes ago, Picklesnout said:

Right? I think God really looks much different than my mind can grasp. Moses got to glimpse, and that was not face on. 

I trust He's given us as much of a description as our minds can grasp.  But reading the accounts (including the Moses one you mentioned) of men invited into His  presence, It seems the seething energies His normal environment is bathed in are quite hard on flesh and bone :)

By all accounts that throne room is loud, full of lightnings and thunderings and brighter than normal eyes can take or words can describe.

He's given us clear descriptions indicating  his chosen form is human like, possessed of two arms, two legs, bicameral construction, eyes ears nose mouth...etc.  But beyond that  I doubt there is much we 'know'.

Flesh reactions tend to run toward prostrate paralysis, inability to breathe, speechlessness and generally overwhelmed senses.  Daniel even reported being under the weather for  several weeks after encountering a simple angelic messenger :)

I'm looking  forward to the  new body that can handle the environment :)

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5 minutes ago, Jostler said:

I trust He's given us as much of a description as our minds can grasp.  But reading the accounts (including the Moses one you mentioned) of men invited into His  presence, It seems the seething energies His normal environment is bathed in are quite hard on flesh and bone :)

By all accounts that throne room is loud, full of lightnings and thunderings and brighter than normal eyes can take or words can describe.

He's given us clear descriptions indicating  his chosen form is human like, possessed of two arms, two legs, bicameral construction, eyes ears nose mouth...etc.  But beyond that  I doubt there is much we 'know'.

Flesh reactions tend to run toward prostrate paralysis, inability to breathe, speechlessness and generally overwhelmed senses.  Daniel even reported being under the weather for  several weeks after encountering a simple angelic messenger :)

I'm looking  forward to the  new body that can handle the environment :)

^^^^this

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How does one define something that is everywhere and within everything all at once and at the same time?

You cannot!

Jesus said: "Split a piece of wood, I am there. Lift up a rock, you will find me there." Gospel of Thomas saying 77b

Kirlian Photography: http://www.energymedc.com/images/kirlian9.jpg

Just tossing this one out there:
The Burning Bush: https://i.pinimg.com/474x/23/2f/08/232f08212fe3014076e99cda7762b58e--kirlian-photography-paganism.jpg

Just something to ponder.

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