SO Who Created GOD?

Kids ask the best questions, if GOD created us, who created GOD?

Well, the answer I often hear is that once you get to GOD, that’s the ceiling, you can go no higher.  That the very definition of GOD is that He is the highest.

I’d like to take a crack at another answer, one that I hope will give depth to the current best answer.  I like that answer because built into it is a sense of mystery, awe, and respect for the Creator.  But, is there someone higher than Jesus?.  .   .  .  .  .  .  .yes.  His Father.  And if one can see that GOD is a ‘collective’, also a way of doing things, truth, maybe another answer is that simply…

‘I don’t know”

The Father of Jesus Christ and JC are our GOD.  They are our Creators, and so they love us the best out of all and other heavenly beings.  That’s why we are told to love them above all.  I would get jealous if my own flesh and blood son loved someone else’s dad better than me.

But, I have an impression that GOD is an infinite GOD, if one carefully looks at the accounts of Moses dealing with GOD,  he was dealing with the Glory of GOD, or the face of GOD.  It’s actually complicated, no one has seen the Glory of GOD’s actually face, but He is what we can see or know, since people need to see.  If you’ve watched ‘Dogma’ by Kevin Smith, you remember the ‘Voice of GOD’?  Well, Glory or Daddy is the ‘face of GOD’.  Jesus is called the son of Glory.  Maybe something to meditate upon?

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2 Comments

  1. dove124

     /  January 17, 2011

    Well, someone had already gone to paradise, and returned. Ask Paul.

  2. jchenwa

     /  January 17, 2011

    Update: Jesus, the SON of the Most High, has already come, so in that sense we have seen GOD’s face. But, the glory that will receive – the glorification, has not come. Jesus is not called the son of glory in the Bible, that’s a Third Day song. But in Revelations 22, the end, it is said that we will see GOD’s face. So in some sense, we are not seeing, maybe what we should see yet. Seeking GOD’s face means knowing whoHe is, and that’s taking on His character at the least. But, maybe seeing His face just means knowing Him quite fully. Paul, was trying not to boast that he was taken up, so what he was trying to say is I’m a proud person, but I don’t like it. I don’t want to be and asked the LORD to take it away, but He wants me to be like this, so as not to be conceited. So did Paul see the face of GOD? I’m sure he did many times? Thanks for commenting, :-)

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