What God Looks like? And His Plan For Us

What God Looks like And His Plan

The question has arisen in the minds of people since time immemorial God: How is He? Here I will try to answer the question of what God is like.

Remember that in this world, two forces are working at the same time. God: He is the creator and father of man, Satan is the destroyer and enemy of man. Both are real.

God is good all the time. Satan is destructive and evil. The angelic forces of mercy work under God. Evil spirits and demonic forces operate under Satan. God gives health, Satan brings disease God blesses — Satan brings curses God bestows various blessings on man – Satan brings various evils.

In the beginning, when God created man, the man was all beautiful. He was absolutely beautiful and holy in body-soul-soul

God did not create man by means – man had free will. He could have left his benevolent Creator and Father if he wished.

He also explained to the people that if they disobeyed the good God, they would be in danger. (Genesis 2:15-17)

“Then the LORD God took the man and placed him in the Garden of Eden to cultivate and keep it. And the LORD God commanded him, “You may eat freely from every tree of the garden, but you must not eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil; for, in the day that you eat of it, you will surely die.”

Satan, the ultimate enemy of man, led the man away from God through temptation and into sin. Today all the children of Adam are in the grip of sin.

People are feeling the effects of this mistake that they made in the beginning. “The Death of Sin” –

Because of this sin, people today are under the control of Satan. In the body he is sick and mortal; In the mind he means unrest, burdened and in spirit he is sinful.

The consequences of falling into sin were immediately seen when Cain, the eldest son of the first man, killed his younger brother Abel. Gradually there was so much sin on earth that God sent a great flood to cleanse the earth.

But if you clean the house, people’s minds are clean? But man did not get rid of the devil. People did not change their minds. Over the centuries, Satan’s oppression and persecution of this weak and helpless human race have continued.

After man fell into Satan’s clutches, he tried to return to God. But the sad thing is that Satan has tarnished the spiritual eyes and judgment of human beings to such an extent that people do not reach God. No one said or did not have God. Someone gave him such a horrible look that it became difficult to approach him.

But God was angry and did not want to keep people away. He is good — He is the Father. Ever since man fell into sin, God has been busy trying to save man. The unfaithful man did not call on God in the first place but hid from God. But God called him to leave his home in heaven and get them back, God was looking for him, he is still calling, he is still looking, Adam, where are you?

Throughout the ages, God has called people through various devotees, but in the end, in the name of Jesus Christ, the anointed Savior took the body of a man and stood among the people. Jesus Christ is the image of the invisible God(Colossians 1:15–29). If we look at the life and work of Jesus Christ, we will see the God of all goodness.

Just as compassion and affection for the child are present in the heart of the mother, so much care, affection and tenderness are in the heart of the Lord for the people He has created. And no one could or did not love the whole human being in this way. That is why no one can compare with Jesus. (Matthew 11:28)

See him, in turn, pulling the sinner to his bosom, changing their lives. Healing the sick. He gave sight to the blind man. Lame was given the strength to walk. No patient ever returned from him with a failure. People would get better by touching his shroud. He also gave life to the dead, even to the dead bodies of four days – he commanded ‘come out of Lazarus’ – and he came out of the grave alive. In times of danger, he helped, save lives. Satisfied with food for the needy. He is God.

Jesus cured the nobleman’s son (John 4:46-47).

Jesus cast out an unclean spirit (Mark 1:23-28).

Jesus cured Peter’s mother-in-law of a fever (Mark 1:30-31).

Jesus healed the centurion’s servant (Matthew 8:5-13).

Jesus raised the widow’s son from the dead (Luke 7:11-18).

People think that God understands everything, good or bad. No, Satan does evil, he blinds people, he makes them sick, he makes them leprous, he makes them demonic, he puts them in danger, he puts them in want, he puts them in trouble — yes, he is very evil. He steals, kills, and destroys.

But God is good and good. See him in the form of Jesus, who served the people and freed all who were oppressed by Satan.

This Jesus, the God embodied in the human body, the image of the invisible God, sacrificed his life for the salvation of man. He is a just and righteous God. He is a loving father again. He had to judge sinful man appropriately, otherwise, he could not be God.

But like a loving father and like a loving mother, he took human bodies to save his children. The name of God in this human body is Jesus Christ. He himself suffered the punishment of human sin in the flesh

The Bible says: “He was pierced for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities, our peace was upon him, and his wounds were healed by all.”

The penalty of sin is death, and to save man from that physical and spiritual death, he surrendered his soul, his body, to death.

He was resurrected three days after his death. He said before his death: I have the power to resurrect. No other human had this ability. Jesus is God. So death could not hold him. He took the human body and conquered death so that man could be immortal. God is immortal, but he conquered death to give eternal life to his creatures. Jesus is alive today ৷ He heals the sick today and saves the sinner. When this living Jesus is called to the heart with devotion, faith, He comes into the human heart through His Spirit, punishing Him. His filthy heart is washed clean in His Holy Atonement Blood and all sins are forgiven.

He is not only the Savior of Christians, He is the God and loving Father and Savior of all in this world. He wants your well-being. Surrender your life into His hands to get the heavenly blessings.

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