Little “g” – Big “G”

All over the world there are gods for this and gods for that.  Each god has a particular name and, supposedly, a purpose.  There are hundreds of them from Abellio, the Celtic god of the apple tree, to Zherneboh whose name means “black god”; the god of woe.

I find it laughable that people would worship gods of such limitation.  I trees?  Not even all trees...just apples.  Does she have a specialty? Macintosh, Granny Smith, Red Delicious?  And even more of a belly laugh goes to those who would find benefit in cursing an “evil god” for bad things that happen.  First of all, get this straight; “bad” things are a matter of your perception.  If you view it as bad, it is.  If you decide to learn and grow from an experience, then you will do just that.  And no matter how painful it is at the time, you will have actually improved your level of inner strength, spiritual endurance, and overall life knowledge (aka maturity).  So where is that bad?  When you arrive at the other side of the trial, you have a testimony to tell which encourages others.  Uh...cursing something, simply because your vantage point for viewing a situation’s outcome is limited, boils down to a creative way of playing the blame game.

What I’ve noticed about these gods is that their god title is a little “g” word.  The god I prefer is the one that goes by no other name but GOD; the God that created the universe and all the trees in it.  Why would anyone want to talk to an underling when you have a direct line to the corporate head?  For those who are science-only minded, the God, and creator of this universe, has been proven right down to a hidden code within our human DNA. Bible stories have also been proven, i.e. the great flood.

Mosses asked God what His name was so that he could tell the people when asked.  God said, “I am that I am...”   And God said,  "Moreover unto Moses, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, The LORD God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, hath sent me unto you: this is my name for ever, and this is my memorial unto all generations (Exodus 3:14-15 KJV).

Yes, my God is the one God; the all-encompassing God; the all-knowing God; the God that will not tolerate me to have any other little “g” gods before Him.  My God lords over all the little “g” gods and their puny limitations that man has created for them to have.  I serve the ONE and only true God...with a CAPITALG”!