I will say this again so it doesn’t seem like I gave the wrong title, “GOD DOESN’T LIVE, HE EXISTS!” What do I mean? What is the difference between living and existing anyway? Living revolves and involves a purpose, but God doesn’t have a purpose for living, in fact, He doesn’t require to live (or have a purpose), He just or plainly exits.
Human beings live because, according to the bible, we are supposed to please He from whom we are! But then again, how could God be pleased by something that is solely dependent on His commands? Then it would mean that there is a likelihood He is sometimes not pleased by His self, which might explain His reason of giving instructions that are not pleasing to you Himself… what all those lines above are trying to explain is that there was no reasonable reason for God to control us, what we do, what we ask, how or what we think, what we see things, what we imagine, or how we speak or hate and love! He wanted to be served by a god like Himself. We are gods. Go read Genesis 1:26, it says;
26 Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, over the birds of the air, and over the cattle, over all[a] the earth and over every creeping thing that creeps on the earth.”
Each and every one of us is a god! That is why we are able to tame every animal, plant, even people and sometimes creation. That’s why we are all free thinkers, well, unless you are locked to the cages of un-civilization, culture or religion. He wanted to be served by us free willingly.
Well thank you for pointing at me, “Look at this fool.” How many fingers of you are pointing at your chest as you point at me? Three! Three fingers telling you to be less stubborn and at least go research about this free revelation, that is if you will not be willing to be accept it.
But in general, in order to co-exist with each other, we all have to be at one time or the other be tamed, so that we don’t misbehave. That’s why we have the constitution, personal principles, freemasons, including culture, beliefs, faith, and religion.