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  1. To help you, you don't have to become a part of this world.

    You can be both outside the world and part of it.

    A theistic God can do anything.

    The Christian God specifically became a part of this world and was even tortured to help you.

  2. I built myself a house, and now I live in it. and I am a part of this house, that is, the life of my house. Is it right to ask God for help? I ask God for help because He helps me. And God Himself said, ” Ask and it will be given.”

  3. why do you limit God to primitive logic?
    After all nothing exists outside of God
    so it turns out that God created the world out of Himself
    God can be outside the world and also be a part of it, and also maintain this world at the same time. He is the creator of space and time. so what are the problems for Him?

    here are quotes from the Vedas

    The Supreme Personality of Godhead, the Personality of Godhead, is all-perfect, and because He is absolute and perfect, everything that emanates from Him, especially this manifested world, is all-sufficient, because it is itself a complete whole. Everything that comes from the Complete Whole also has completeness. And, as a Complete Whole, It remains in perfect balance, despite the fact that so many complete parts come from It.

    The Supreme Personality of Godhead walks and does not walk. It is far away and yet very close. He is within everything, and yet He is beyond everything.


    There is no truth above Me. All things rest on Me like pearls strung on a string.


    As the Supreme Personality of Godhead, I know everything that has happened in the past, is happening now, and will happen in the future. I also know all living beings, but no one knows Me.

  4. Yes, you correctly noticed that our Creator is outside the world he created. But the Apostle Paul reveals one beautiful truth about God: “That they may seek God, whether they feel Him or find Him, even though He is not far from each of us.” Despite the fact that He is the Supreme God, he is always available to those who wholeheartedly want to approach him. God's Word assures me that God is not far away from us. On the contrary, he is “close to all who call upon him.”

    However, only those who seek and try to “feel” the Creator can have a close relationship with him. The words “search” and” feel ” express the real possibility of realizing what you want. If you sincerely seek God, trying to “feel” him, then you can be sure that your efforts will be rewarded.

  5. God created the world out of himself. So we can assume that the universe is the body of God. And all creations are cells, atoms, elementary particles of this organism. However, some of them have complete freedom of choice.

  6. For G-d, the expansion of the universe is one moment that He is able to observe and control its content. The throne of G-d is the last thing that separates It from created matter. Imagine sneezing in slow motion. What comes out of your mouth refers to you, or to the space outside the body? Because it is still “coming out” in the process, and not already “coming out” in the completed act, it is in your power. The only problem with this analogy is that ordinary people are unable to observe their sneezing, unable to control the rich conglomerate of matter and organisms coming out of their mouths, and at worst don't even realize that they are sneezing in the whole “Universe.” They don't have time. So you don't have time. The myths you've collected are your collection of frames, torn out of reality, thought out in gaps and collected into a mediocre film. There is a wise “atheistic” commandment: “Do not take the name of G-d in vain.”

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