This is an email from A Conundrum, an Enigma, a Question, a Mystery, a newsletter by The Quintessential Conundrum of Divinity.
Who is God? What is God? Is God?
My dad taught me that God is love. Pastors taught me that God is creator. Christians taught me that God is judgement.
Who is God?
Sometimes I doubt that God is.
I think God is okay with doubts. God is bigger than me and my belief cannot affect God’s existence. This is not some fantasy where a crowd singing loudly or clapping madly gives God life and strength. God is not Santa or Tinkerbell.
God, I believe. Help my unbelief.
God is bigger. This is something I have always felt in my deepest soul. People are always trying to put God into boxes, but no box is big enough.
God is not a man.
God is bigger than gender. God is bigger than race. God is bigger than borders. God is bigger than us. God is bigger.
God is love. Is love God?
I see God in love. Pure, true love that doesn’t ask for anything in return. That is where I see God.
Where do you see God?