The Beautiful Thoughts of God

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The Bible is known as “The Good Book.” Why does this book then inspire so much fear and apprehension? Misperception is the reason. Many, if not most of us, have bought into the idea that God is tough and a dispenser of harsh justice. We have also accepted the fact that the jig is about up for mankind. The end of the world is almost upon us, and that harsh justice is about to be unleashed. We are engulfed by a constant torrent of doom and gloom. Bad news seems to be everywhere. Many books depict how hard life is and will be at the time of the end. Our entertainment media puts out a steady stream of graphic TV programs and movies that portray the violent end we are about to endure. Even our religious leaders feed us a steady diet of dire warnings, apparently right out of “The Good Book.” There seems to be no escaping the inevitable drubbing this earth is about to receive. No wonder anxiety, fear, and depression are rampant.

The message that this web site gives to all who will listen is that there is hope for mankind. “The Good Book” is truly good because it contains within its pages the BEAUTIFUL THOUGHTS OF GOD. The mind of God inspired the book, so we over the course of time will plumb those recorded thoughts and learn about the truly beautiful plans God has for mankind. In Isaiah 55:8-9 God says, “‘For My thoughts are not your thoughts, nor are your ways My ways,’ says the Lord. ‘For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are My ways higher than your ways, and My thoughts than your thoughts'”. The problem that so many of us have is that when we read the Bible we are far too physical in our thinking. God’s thoughts convey spiritual realities that when taken physically are totally misunderstood. That’s why I say it is all a matter of perception. We must look at things from God’s point of view. He says what He means and means what He says. Too often we say what we think He meant, and that He meant what we said.

We challenge you to put aside all preconceived notions about God and what we think He said and meant. We are going to find out together what He really said and what He really meant, and we will use His own words to do it.