Muscle Testing God's Creation
Did you know that God created a way to test his creation and ask it questions?
God loves to have humans ask him questions about his creation and, of
course, he always answers all prayers and questions, though this may be in a
way you have never heard of or have been taught. People ask me all the time
the question, "Did you really hear all of this from God?" Of course, they are
asking if I heard him in an audible voice. And I say, "Yes, absolutely!"
This is always shocks people, and if I would allow them, they would just walk
away saying, " is guy is crazy." But I always try to explain that God created
us all with a human body, a soul, and a human spirit. Genesis 1:2 says, " e
earth was without form, and void; and darkness was on the face of the deep.
And the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters." So here it
says, and in other scriptures, God is a spirit; he is not human. e Word also
says he created us in his own image. So he also speaks to us in the spirit realm.
Do you see and hear in the spirit realm? Jesus said if we have eyes to see and
ears to hear, he was talking about the human spiritual eyes and ears; he could
see that we have physical eyes and ears.
In this book, you will and out about these issues and much more. God gave
us a way to test his creation and learn much more about his character, and
that he created all that we can see and the unseen. ere are earthy laws we
must abide by, i.e. jumping out of a tree here on Earth and the consequences
of doing it, and the spiritual laws we must abide by.
Open your mind or soul and your spirit to learning more about God the
creator and how much he really does love us. Hebrews 13:5 states, "Let your
conduct be without covetousness; be content with such things as you have.
For he himself has said, ‘I will never leave you nor forsake you'" (NKJV).
He really is a sovereign God. He wants us to know how he has more than
provided for us. In this book, a third one in a series, you will learn more about
nutrition and taking care of your temple. My prayer is that when you finish
this book, you will have more questions than answers.