Kendimi kendi tanrım olarak görüyorum. - I perceive myself as my own god.
Bir devenin bir iğnenin deliğinden geçmesi bir zengin kişinin Tanrı'nın krallığına girmesinden daha kolaydır. - It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.
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Devoted to the single deity of one of the monotheist religions of Judaism, Christianity, or Islam
If you would know what a man is, whether he be a godly man or not, you must inquire what his God is. If the true God be he whom he respects as his God, he is doubtless a godly man if the man have some other god, something else to which he pays a greater respect than to Jehovah, he is not a godly man .
honest to God: see honest in the lap of the gods: see lap for God's sake: see sake thank God: see thank. Deity or Supreme Being. Each of the major monotheistic world religions worships a Supreme Being, who is the sole god of the universe, the maker of all things, omniscient and all-powerful. God is also good. In ancient Israel God was named Yahweh. The God of the Hebrew Bible also became the God of Christianity, but generic words, such as theos in Greek or Deus in Latin, were often used to refer to him. In Islam the term is Allah. See also monotheism. Party of God Assemblies of God god and goddess kingdom of God work of God Peace of God Truce of God Great Mother of the Gods
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emphasis People sometimes use God in exclamations to emphasize something that they are saying, or to express surprise, fear, or excitement. This use could cause offence. God, how I hated him! Oh my God he's shot somebody
-"God is an actual entity, and so is the most trivial puff of existence in far-off empty space But, though there are gradations of importance, and diversities of function, yet in the principles which actuality exemplifies all are on the same level The presumption that there is only one genus of actual entities constitutes an ideal of cosmological theory to which the philosophy of organism endeavours to conform" [PR 28, 168] There is difference of opinion among experts as to exactly how well Whitehead's account of God conforms to this ideal, but it is clear that Whitehead intends that in his philosophy "God is not to be treated as an exception to all metaphysical principles, invoked to save their collapse He is their chief exemplification" [PR 521]
The male aspect of the creative, divine force that is present in every aspect of the universe The God can take on many forms and have many names, but he is always in balance with, and complementary to, the Goddess
one of a group of supernatural male beings in some religions, each of which is worshipped as the personification or controller of some aspect of the universe Used in monotheistic religions as a proper noun to describe the alleged controller of the universe
n 1 All that is born, grows and dies Animal and plant life Sometimes the sun is considered to be the God because every year it grows bright in summer, fades, dies, and is reborn The qualities of the God are those of plants, such as growth, vitality, reaching maturity, rising and falling and animals, such as wildness, freedom, vulnerability, innocence, ecstasy in nature 2 A particular deity from any of many religious traditions, ancient and modern See deity
Masculine aspect of deity Goddess: Feminine aspect of deity Great Rite: Symbolic sexual union (also sacred marriage) of the Goddess and God that is enacted at Beltane in many traditions, and other Sabbats in other traditions It symbolizes the primal act of creation from which all life comes Green Man: Another name for the God
Obviously, this is an impossible word to define After all, to "define" a thing means putting boundaries around it, and God is Infinity, the very absence of boundaries Further, being Infinite, God is by definition (!) beyond the capacity of our egoic minds ("I am me, and you aren't") to understand That is, despite our protestations to the contrary, most of us perceive God as being "out there" (or "up there", even "in here"), as somewhere or something other than ourselves And that's the problem! In Truth, there is no such thing as a "God out there" Once again, being Infinite, God is everywhere and no where, everything and no thing God is our very Self which itself is The Very Self Thus, at TZF we often say: There is no God but God, and God is All There Is See also God's Gender, Christ, Realization, Teacher
the First Person in the Trinity; the Creator, the Source of all being or life; the Father, Whose Fatherhood is established by the existence of His Son, Christ; the First Cause, Whose Son is His Effect; God's essence is spirit, which is shared with all creation, whose unity is the state of Heaven
The supreme being of the universe He is the creator of all things (Is 44: 24) He alone is God (Is 45: 21,22; 46: 9; 47: 8) There have never been any Gods before Him nor will there be any after Him (Is 43: 10) God is God from all eternity (Ps 90: 2) In Exodus 3: 14, God revealed His name to His people The name commonly known in English is Jehovah This comes from the four Hebrew consonants that spell the name of God (See Tetragrammaton ) God is a Trinity, knows all things (1 John 3: 20), can do all things (Jer 32: 17,27 - except those things against His nature like lie, break His word, cheat, steal, etc ), and is everywhere all the time (Ps 139: 7-12)
emphasis If someone uses such expressions as what in God's name, why in God's name, or how in God's name, they are emphasizing how angry, annoyed, or surprised they are. What in God's name do you expect me to do? Why in God's name did you have to tell her?
The supreme being of the universe He is the creator of all things (Isaiah 44: 24) He alone is God (Isaiah 45: 21,22; 46: 9; 47: 8) There have never been any Gods before Him nor will there be any after Him (Isaiah 43: 10) God is God from all eternity (Psalm 90: 2) In Exodus 3: 14, God revealed His name to His people The name commonly known in English is Jehovah This comes from the four Hebrew consonants that spell the name of God (See Tetragrammaton ) God is a Trinity, knows all things (1 John 3: 20), can do all things (Jer 32: 17,27 - except those things against His nature like lie, break His word, cheat, steal, etc ), and is everywhere all the time (Psalm 119: 7-12)
emphasis You can use God in expressions such as I hope to God, or I wish to God, or I swear to God, in order to emphasize what you are saying. I hope to God they are paying you well I wish to God I hadn't met you
The term "God" is often used to describe any being evolved to a close contact with the cosmic Flame of Life, the spirit of divine unconditional love which was the primal stuff of creation More properly, the term should also include the spark of that Flame which exists in the Spirit of every being It has been said that "All the Gods are one God All the Goddesses are one Goddess And the Two are One " Thus, a Pantheist who truly understands that all existence is part of the Divine, is, perhaps, the only true Monotheist
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