The Godzette
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Sun vs. Son

In the beginning the Word was Jesus Christ. God created the world by speaking it into existence. In the solar system in which we live the planets were all created to revolve around the sun. The souls that God created to live on earth also revolve around his Son.

Throughout the bible Jesus spoke in parables for a hidden or another meaning from actually what the text indicates. The bible is an instruction manual of parallels and symbolic examples for us to understand and live by.

God created the world as a visual display to remind us of what our purpose in life is. Every morning the sun rises, just as his Son did. Every evening the sun sets and

the sky is filled with red, representing Jesus’ shed blood on the cross. Each day that we are given there is a constant reminder which steers us closer to God and understanding his creation.

The sun gives us warmth for our bodies and supplies all our needs for growing food. It is the source of energy that the entire world depends upon to survive. Jesus, the Son of God, is the same source of warmth for our hearts and souls. We literally can not live spiritually and physically without him. He supplies our needs and answers our prayers. The trinity is described as the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost. The sun was created as a trinity as well by first being a mass of energy, then radiating the heat from within, and then finally the transference of the warmth to our flesh.

In some cultures men worshipped the sun instead of the Son as their God. They misinterpreted the symbolism supplied by God and became sidetracked in their worship and praise. The sun currently supplies our light source. Jesus said I am the light, that no man comes to the Father except that they come through me. In God’s kingdom our light source will be God’s glory. When Jesus returns for the second coming the light of the sun, moon and stars will be replaced and out shinned by the glory of light from God almighty.