Why Do People Believe In An Invisible God? -
“There was no one till Victoria Square with one sitting at the bus stop from where I had earlier disembarked.
The man, fairly short in stature with ginger hair, no beard and clear green eyes, held out his rather new-
He caught my eye and, realising this was my opportunity, I stopped to ask him if he wanted money. He nodded and gestured with his boot. So I excitedly pulled out my bus wallet in search of the ten dollars. At first I could not see it, so shook it till the colour of money was visible at the bottom. This I pulled out and gave it to him. He looked grateful as he accepted it.
Not a single word was spoken by him, just me. There was a man sitting next to him, yet he seemed oblivious to what was going on. Immediately I turned to continue on my way.
Something about the beggar's appearance haunted me for the rest of my stay in the city, and on the bus home. Was it Yahuw'ah, I wondered, since I only thought about Adoniy's words reminding me of His presence a few days ago?”
A question he has asked himself a few times is, why did he not take out his mobile phone and take a photograph of Him? Well, it was daylight. He also despises mobile phones. Furthermore who photographs a beggar to whom he has just given ten dollars?
That night Yeshuwa informed him that it was Yahuw’ah. Just think! The Creator of Man in little old Adelaide sitting on a concrete wall at a bus stop, in viewing distance of two Christian churches and possibly television cameras in the south-
Below is one of the FIMIOLs which led him to associate the well-
It was a pivotal moment for him. That appearance helped this writer through many difficult times during coming months. Yahuw’ah of Eluhiym is visible and also a physical being. After all, how did he get a virgin named Miryam pregnant on Friday, December 18, 7 BCE?
For follow up on this introduction to the invisibility of God/THEOS read the first blog on the Articles Menu Page.
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