Category Archives: Spiritual Mysteries

1 John 1:5 Tells Us That God is Light

Shayn Roby’s Take: God is Light. The equation E=mc^2, discovered by Albert Einstein, had him at the doorstep of discovering the most profound secret of the universe, yet as far as the editor of knows, Einstein never sought God’s Infinite Wisdom on the subject.

The Great I AM: The Original Light

5 This is the message we have heard from him and proclaim to you, that God is light, and in him is no darkness at all.
1 John 1:5

1 John 1:5 tells us that God is light.  It should come as no surprise that He is therefore the Alpha and the Omega, the beginning and the end, not bound by the restrictions of time.  Albert Einstein suggested in his Theory of Relativity that “the faster an object is moving, the slower time progresses for that object in relation to a stationary observer.  While in everyday circumstances, this effect goes entirely unnoticed, it has proven to be true.  An atomic clock placed on a jet airplane was shown to “tick” more slowly than an atomic clock at rest.”  If time progresses more slowly for an object with increased velocity, it would follow that the Light, Our Heavenly Father

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Johnathan Cahn: America Must Repent and Avoid God’s Judgement

Jonathan Cahn tells America, “We need to repent, NOW!!

(H/T:  Frances Writes)

God in Evil and Suffering?

This article is very insightful. For indeed without God’s Law, moral relativism would be the human code of conduct, which is basically an absence of morality. As standards would plummet, one could justify his or her actions by pointing at the individual whom is “worse than he or she is”. This scenario would virtually guarantee the existence of evil, corrupt society. Exhibit A is the American public school system, where moral relativism and an absence of God in the curriculum already exist.



In my early twenties I scoffed at the “religious” and viewed the existence of an omniscient loving God in this world of suffering as an oxymoron. The thought that some deity had the right to dictate how I should live my life expecting me to follow a book of “do’s” and “don’ts” seemed ludicrous. It wasn’t until I stopped looking at the perceived faults of others and honestly looked at the condition of my own heart that I could freely seek the truth. Part of seeking the “truth” included examining morality in a world of no absolutes. How easy it is to look at the world and point out the bad in others while thinking “I’m good, I’d never kill someone or torture a baby so don’t call me bad.” Yet if anyone of us had every thought, every urge, every desire, exposed to the world I don’t think one…

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