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Praise and blame to God

04 July 2014, 11:01 Onyeji Dominic

"Dear God, I wanna take a minute not to ask for anything from you, but to say thank You, for all I have!" This is great word of wisdom posted by a wise one - Unclechiji Amadi. He shared it on Facebook, and I liked it.

The words made great sense to me particularly. It is a wise post but most people may not get the intricacy of message in it.
I do not really have to make any explanation but let me just say that it is good to say thanks to God. There is nothing wrong about that.

The point is that God is naturally meant to take every glory just like a President who is legally and officially meant to take every blame and praise of the nation in question. Take for example, if I say thanks to God, it does not mean that Devil is not wealthy of my thanks equally. Both of them work together for good, and they also live in us mutually according to insight and wisdom.

What I know is that God exists in mind as presidential office or title in divinity. It is only in Bible that we have it as a holy personality. He is "head" of all things according to Bible, but insight, sincerity and intuition told the wise that the term "divinity" is a union of God and idols (gods) in Supernatural. It means that things like glory, praise, thanks and blame belong to God officially in fantasy world, realm of jungle or human mind. It is a thing of mind just like we see or hear people praising and blaming a President in real life.

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