Should We Search for God, Goddess, or Gods?

- People spend a life time seeking.
- We will never know the truth until we die.

* What do we do, when we desire "truth" that is forbidden.
* Should we just let God, Goddess, or Gods find us?
* Should we just our life and let it be?
Asked Jan 15, 2012
First, when you capitalize God, Godess, and Gods, I think that you are writing about the Christian God, also known as Jesus Christ, so all I can say is that God is one being in three forms, the Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, and God the Father.
Answered Mar 20, 2012
My opinion is: sure search... but search within... :-)
Answered Feb 17, 2012
The bible says at Acts 17:27 "that they may seek God , if they may grope for him and really find him, although he is not far off from each one of us". It is Gods purpose for us to search for him. To know the truth about him, his personality, his ways, his purpose for man, his likes his dislikes, ect. When you grope for something it denotes a searching for it. So groping for God means work. It means reading, studying, meditating and applying Gods word the bible. As high and lofty as God is he is not far off from any of us. He wants us to know him and he wants to be close to us, so we are invited at James 4 vs 8 "draw close to God and he will draw close to you". To learn about getting to know God, please visit where you may read the bible on line. You may also request a free home bible study on a day and a time convenient for you.
Answered Jun 12, 2017
Life is unquestionably easier for a religious leader if his/her followers don't ask questions but all knowledge is the result of somebody's unwillingness to accept what they were taught and search for the truth. Had those searches not taken place, we would be toting huge loads on our backs wishing some angel would come down with a set of blueprints for something called a "wheel." :-)

Searching for the truth and learning are the same thing.

Answered Jan 15, 2012
Nothing is completely true except the Christian Bible. So what you learn has to be filtered with the Bible. Throw out what contradicts it and keep what aligns
I personally think that life is too short to not believe in a higher power. It's too short to not think that you're a part of something bigger.

As to your first question, I think that answer is in several religions, of course depending on your religion. Christians pray, maybe that helps, and then the Buddhists believe in enlightenment through meditation.

And your second question, like I said, life's too short to not believe in a higher power.

Answered Feb 17, 2012
Why search for something that doesn't exist? Why not search for real things that make you happy?
Answered Mar 24, 2013
Many people feel as though God is a mystery, but God wants us to know him. The bible says that he has feelings, such as love and hate. One example is a John 3:16 when it says "for God loved the world so much that he gave is only begotten Son, so that everyone exercising faith in him might not be destroyed but have everlasting life." It also reveals that the way we act (humans) can affect God's emotions. Psalm 78:40-41 Also God has provided us the bible to get to know him. There is a wonderful website that answer so many questions about God and they are all answered from the bible. Because the bible tells us examine for ourselves if the things people say or the things that we are being taught are real. You can go to and if you do not have a bible you can download one for free on this sight.
Answered Dec 17, 2013
It's natural to want to know the truth. The truth lies in understanding, it is something to be proven with evidence. The truth lies in science which can be backed up with reason and logic, sturdy fundamentals that make the world go round, unlike religion.

It's simple, just live life the way you want without any regrets.
Answered Feb 09, 2014
There is no god except for Allah.
I have proof why there can't be multiple gods or no god.
It comes in the form of a book called the Quran.
I suggest you read it.
It's free and it hasn't changed since it was revealed 1400 years ago.

Quran project website has a free PDF copy for you to look at.
Answered Feb 24, 2014
God three in one the holy spirit, Jesus Christ and God the Father
Answered May 11, 2015
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God's plan for you
Answered Mar 16, 2017
Just as we are all living beings, God, is also a living being. God is not impersonal. Because we are all individual persons but our knowledge and opulence are limited, the impersonalists cannot adjust to the idea that the Supreme, the original, unlimited cause of everything, can also be a person. Because we are limited and God is unlimited, the Mayavadis, or impersonalists, with their poor fund of knowledge, think that God must be impersonal. Making a material comparison, they say that just as the sky, which we think of as unlimited, is impersonal, if God is unlimited He must also be impersonal. But that is not the Vedic instruction. The Vedas instruct that God is a person. Kṛṣṇa is a person, and we are also persons, but the difference is that He is to be worshiped whereas we are to be worshipers. The king or president is a person, and the citizens are also persons, but the difference is that the president or king is an exalted person who should be offered all respect.
Answered Dec 16, 2017

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