Posted by: vftmom247 | 2011/10/12

My version of God

Formation Question – if you were in a room with God – how would you see Him?


What would it look like to me if I walked into a room and God was there?


We’d be in a living room, or a hang-out room. Comfortable chairs, couches, cushions on the floor, etc. He’d be on one of the couches, and I (being my father’s child) would be curled up on the floor, probably on one of the cushions, barefoot. Not quite on His level, but both of us would be chilled out and comfortable. Talking back and forth like friends. I tend to talk to God like that anyway – non fancy words, just normal junk. I firmly believe He has a sense of humor – think of a parent trying not to grin at something their kid does or says – you think He doesn’t do that too? God knows everything about me and still loves me; why even try to hide anything from Him. My version of God does tend to flicker back and forth from make to female a la The Shack – and not necessarily the old white guy with the beard in a robe.





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