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Some "try" to limit God!


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Contact:Harvey Vitito
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Do you try to limit Him? All verses are from a KJV Bible.


Psalm 147:5 Great is our Lord, and of great power: his understanding is infinite.

[He is great and understands much more (everything) than we humans ever will. Human understanding is very limited, not His; His understanding is infinite (without end). So many just can't comprehend this. Is that a part of God's plan]?


Jeremiah 23:24 Can any hide himself in secret places that I shall not see him? saith the LORD. Do not I fill heaven and earth? saith the LORD. [You can't hide from Him. He knows everything, even our secrets. He created everything you see and everything you can't see].


Mark 9:23 Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth. [This is conditional; “if” is a big word]!


Luke 1:37 For with God nothing shall be impossible.


1 Corinthians 1:25 Because the foolishness of God is wiser than men; and the weakness of God is stronger than men. [He is way beyond anything we humans can imagine. Many don't think so due to their own limited thinking].


Try this website for a good explanation of why we shouldn't try to place limits on God.


When someone says God has limits, does that actually limit God? No!! It only affects the one who believes He is limited. He works in your life according to the limits you place on Him. Not a good idea to try and place limits on Him.


An example: Many choose not to believe in miracles such as the parting of the Red Sea among many others. That is placing a human limit on our Creator; the Creator of all things (us included), not a good idea. Many want to see physical evidence of miracles such as the parting of the Red Sea. They choose not to believe such a thing is even possible for God; they limit Him.


Learn of God by studying His word completely as possible. 2 Timothy 2:15 commands us to study God’s word. Have you complied?


Transcendent: (GOD) existing apart from and not subject to the limitations of the material universe (human thought and action).


On the other hand, humans are very limited especially when compared to God.


The human mind is extremely limited. You and I live in a three-dimensional world. Do any of us understand such terms as "everything," "all," "forever," "nothing," or "infinite”? We speak of "up" when we should say "out," or "away." We say "down," when we should say "within." We say the sun sets, instead of the "earth rotates." Our eyesight is limited to a very specific spectrum of electromagnetic radiation [visible light], as your ears are only capable of picking up a certain limited range of frequencies. Our reach is limited. Our life span is limited. Our power, strength and perspective are limited. Science is limited; it is an invention of humans. For instance, science can tell us how a single celled animal works, what it's made of, how it reproduces, etc. But, science can't truthfully tell us the origin of that single celled animal. To suppose, then, that you can truly and completely comprehend all things (spiritual, etc.) with a human, carnal, very limited mind would be presumptuous at best. The human mind is limited to the here and now; to measurable distances, calculated times, and human life spans. Can you truly understand eternity? Do you truly comprehend the concept of limitless time? Probably not. You must depend upon revealed knowledge for the answers to ultimate questions like the origin of matter, of laws, and of life. Where is that knowledge revealed? Try the Bible.


Please try the below websites, they can help you with the following questions:


*Why are we here? *How did we get here? *Where did we come from? *What happens when we die?


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