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Why Do People Believe In An Invisible God? -  II [2 of 3]

Capable Of Being Photographed

All these appearances cast a shadow or reflection. So how can the LORD God be invisible? If Yahuw’ah casts no shadow nor reflects light, then He is an imaginary being. This is not what Scripture teaches.

If one had a digital camera handy, then one could have photographed Him, even though a dark filter might have been needed during moments of intense brightness.

Evidently someone with a digital camera did photograph the Eluhiym. Over ninety photographs of individual Eluw'ah have been imprinted as FIMIOLs on various landscapes in Turkey, Armenia, Israel, Jordan, Egypt and Australia. Logically They must be visible.

One of the photographers is the Judge of all the Earth (Genesis 18:25) and He imprinted them on Earth's landscapes some 63,000 years ago. Another is Buzbiy. Yet unless They appear to one personally, one has to go to where the Eluhiym are in order to see Them.

As an analogy, if one lives in a place where there is no TV reception or Internet, then one literally cannot see what is in New York unless one catches a flight or boat or embarks on a long road trip to get there.

Upon arrival one's desires are immediately fulfilled. Times Square, the Empire State building, the Statue of Liberty and whatever else makes up the cityscape can be seen and photographed, since everything casts a shadow and reflection. One can even talk to the locals in a face-to-face encounter and digitally record the conversation.

Visiting Heaven To See And Hear Them

It is no different with the Creator Eluhiym. By visiting Heaven one can behold Them (John 6:40). The sholech (“sent one”) Yowchanan did just that during his recorded visions in Revelation.

Yeshuwa taught all His students to do this and Yowchanan was one of His best students, explaining why he was called “the beloved disciple”. The phrase “whom he loved” is the same as that used by Abraham of his son Yitschaq in Genesis 22:2, namely, ‘asher ‘ahib’ta in the Hebrew. To claim that this is a sign of homosexuality is blasphemy.

Instead it denotes that he was a favourite student of Yeshuwa, very responsive to His teachings and entrusted to explain the real purpose of the Body and Blood Covenant Meal in John, chapter 6, as well as the intimate relationship one may have with Yahuw’ah, Yeshuwa the Lamb and Yahbeth the Spirit of Truth, mentioned throughout his gospel and the Book of Revelation.

This meal provides the means to have one’s consciousness relocated to Heaven. The present author first experienced this back in August 1992, when he tried to understand the Lord’s Supper differently. Here he was officially invited to the Central Throne, according to Revelation 3:21.

Furthermore he has done it many hundreds of times since then. Already he has compiled around five hundred hours of digitally typed instruction.

Future Photographs

Some Eluhiym will be photographed again on Their special planet ATAR. This author is preparing to do just that with his meager resources. To reduce light intensity, welding helmet glasses have been purchased to act as filters. The best images will be published alongside the FIMIOLs.

The reason for the prohibitions in Exodus 20:4-6 and Deuteronomy 5:8-10 is due to the failure of anyone to know what Yahuw'ah looks like. Despite this, the Christian ‘Holy Spirit’ has managed to find many great artists and inspired them to paint or sculpt imaginary likenesses of the LORD God and even Jesus Christ.

For a LORD God who is always invisible they do an incredible job of representing him, just not with black ink on black paper, or white on white. Artists evidently are closer to the LORD God than priests, bishops and pastors, for these all take the artists’ word for it and place them around houses of worship and in homes. They enjoy drawing tattoos too.

A Recent Appearance

On March 20, 2018, the present writer was in the city of Adelaide heading for the Central Market, on the lookout for a beggar. Yahuw’ah had instructed him to give to beggars. The following is an entry from his diary.

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