God, the Alpha and Omega

god alpha and omega

Poem:

The universe created itself from nothing

Then consciousness moving in and transcending all barriers and lines

Where is God in this midst?

He is the Alpha and the Omega, blocking the shadows of darkness with the light that shines

 

Prayer:

Dear Lord,

We praise you for being the Alpha and Omega. The beginning and end. Remind us that all goodness in us comes from You. Help us to be more lovingly and patient with each other. We live in a very fast-paced world and we forget sometimes how to love. Teach us what’s important and let go of what doesn’t matter. You have the whole world in Your hands and we can learn divine order if we give control up to You. Bless us and shower us with your presence today, Lord.

Amen.

Please share your thoughts with me. Isn’t amazing how God is the beginning and the end of all that is?

 

17 thoughts on “God, the Alpha and Omega

  1. All things are by Him, for Him and through Him. Because He is, we are. He is the sustainer of all things and yet He loves us with a fiery passion that we can’t even imagine. It’s truly remarkable!

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    1. Yes, indeed. 🙂 Even though He knows all, sees all, He loves us unconditionally, without end. It is remarkable that the Creator of the Universe who lives inside us also loves us, right? 🙂

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  2. Dear Carly

    If we understand that we are all part of God, living in God as there is nothing beyond God, no other God, as we are not separated from God – then we slowly slowly learn to know and understand that we are all brothers and sisters in HIm, that we are no aliens to each other but from the same essence (with out soul) as God is. Only our ego and mind separates us. If we widen our spiritual horizon we will understand that we are the drop in the ocean.

    Thanks for sharing, dear friend.

    Here you can read my third quote/3 day:
    https://didisvgp.wordpress.com/2018/04/23/quote-challenge-day-3/

    Again thank you very much for having nominated me.
    Have a good time, dear friend
    Didi

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    1. Yes, I totally agree that we aren’t separate from God. And we are united in each other because we are united with God. But we consist of three parts a body, soul and spirit. And our soul consists of three parts as well. Our mind, will and emotions. 🙂 Yes, we are a drop in the ocean but dearly loved by Papa. 🙂

      I’ll be sure to check out your quote day 3.

      Have a wonderful day, Didi. 🙂

      Sincerely,

      Carly

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      1. Thanks, dear Carly 🙂

        According to the Holy Scriptures and Saints our body consists of 8 parts: the 5 elements (water, earth, fire, air and ether) and of soul mind and intellect. The seat of the soul is the third eye, in the Bible the “single” (when your eye gets single, your whole body will be full of light…) – this is also the place where we once have to leave the body (when you see a dying person, you can see that first the energy starts to withdraw from the from the feet and hands gathering to the point, which is called “Single Eye”, or “Third Eye” or “Shiv Netra”. Just a bit below it there is the seat of the Intellect and again a bit below there is the seat of the mind. Mind, Matter, Maya, Illusion is all the same. If we come into the stillness of our own being where there is even no thought there we have the contact with the soul (soul is speaking a wordless language). As long as we are connected with matter, mind, or maya our consciousness is not pure. The region of pure consciousness we find on the higher inner planes. However, it would fill many books if I would start to describe the whole functioning of the mind, of the intellect, of the soul. When the soul leaves the body some day, it still has a body of matter, but which is so sublime that we cannot see it with our physical eyes. Image a body like an onion: you peel off the first layer, the second layer and so forth and as long the soul has a body as long it is connected with matter. But getting always finer and finer from layer to layer.

        More and better answers as I can tell it you will obtain from the book: “The mystery of death” by Sant Kirpal Singh.

        http://www.kirpalsingh-teachings.org/en/books-sant-kirpal-singh/the-mystery-of-death.html

        Thank you very much, dear Carly 🙂
        Have a great time and sunshine your heart
        Didi

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      2. Thanks for sharing, Didi. While I do believe in many layers I still just believe in the soul consisting of only mind, will and emotions. Thanks for sharing. I appreciate your thoughts , while I see things differently. 🙂

        Have a wonderful day, Didi. 🙂

        Carly

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      3. No problem, dear Carly we all have our point of views and a time may come where: seeing is believing – when we follow the foot prints of Christ, Nanak, Rumi, Baba Jaimal Singh, Kabir and so forth and practise all they have told us in the Holy Scriptures – then we will make their experiences to ours too.

        Thanks, dear Carly (By the way I am a Christian too) – and my Master said: Noone needs to leave his religion where has grown up with, but it is important to become a good Christian, a good Buddhist, a good Muslime etc. God has created man and man has created relgions – this oneness can only work when all relgions are contained therein, when one religion is not fighting against the other, claiming to be better or have the true right as this would exclude all the others – we have to understand that we are all children of God.

        Sant Kirpal Singh was the first Non-Christian honoured with the Ord of Malta and was elected president of the religion communities over 14 years.

        Thanks again and peace in your heart, dear Carly
        Didi

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      4. Yes, we definitely shouldn’t fight over religious differences. I may have an opinion on the importance of people knowing who Jesus is but I show love by doing so. And it’s all up to the person’s personal faith walk. I respect all faiths or people who don’t believe in anything at all. I just love to write because it’s an outlet for me, so I do it for me. If people join me, that’s great. But either way, I enjoy writing from my faith standpoint, you know? 🙂 Thanks for allowing me to see things differently from you, Didi. 🙂 You have a lot of patience.

        Sincerely,

        Carly

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      5. Thank you, dear Carly

        We are all in the making, learning in school of life which teaches us become more and more human and treat us all with respect and love. As we find in the Bible: “Love and everything else will be put onto you…” and John Lenon once created a music part: “All you need is love” The more people follow this path of love, of respect and non-violence (even in thought, word and deeds) the better our world will be.

        Thanks my friend
        From heart to heart
        Didi

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      6. Yes. I love The Beatles and that love is so true.

        “Love covers a multitude of sins.”(1 Peter 4:8). And in Matthew 6:33 it says, “But first seek His kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you as well.” And love is His heavenly kingdom, right? 🙂

        Take care, Didi.

        Carly 😀

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      7. Dear Carly,

        With love and a pure mind we surely we reach our home eternal. On this journey we have to shake off all dust and dirt and become pure to enter the kingdom of God – pureness means also to be aware of all our thoughts, words and deeds – its impossible to enter the kingdom of God while we are still dirty and unconscious.

        Thanks, dear Carly and have a great day
        Didi

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  3. God the Father wants the Earth back. That means all creation in all of its myriad beauty. All nations, all cultures. All wisdom. His will is the will of love and His power is the power of love. I do not need to teach you this. You seem to already know. All I am saying is that His love is not exclusive in any way, nor is it bound by nationalities nor religions, and certainly not ideologies. It does mean that in good time and soon, we will have to look after each other and the planet that is so precious to Him and to each of us. God bless you abundantly Carly. You write so beautifully. Keep up the great work and never be discouraged.

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