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The tree of life

31 October 2014, 19:26 Onyeji Dominic

Chikezie Temple asked a very good question. He bears the name "Temple" on facebook without knowing that it is a place where idols are worshiped in life. This is true because his question implies that he has not got to know that the term "God" in Bible was an idol of old which dwelled in a temple that was built by King Solomon. 

According to Chikezie Temple, God made heaven and earth and all that is on it. "Onyeji, please, can you tell me how you came into existence," he wondered. "God made heaven and earth how true is this statement?" he asked. Good question!

Also read: God is at work! 

In fact, I did not see any reason to ignore or keep mute. This is because the question above is not rhetorical. It is rather historic in nature. I have to say something because I am an epoch maker under the Sun. If we look round our environments, we will see green grasses growing everywhere on the land.

Let me ask us! Who planted the grasses? How did they germinate? Please and please! If we do not know, why not go to the wise and pay heed? I was with them sometime in realism. They whispered it in my erudite ears that life sprang up from nature just like the green grasses. "The life was a tree, and the tree was man in nature," they rejoined.

According to the wise, the man started growing and spreading out in the universe and today, we in life are still seen growing and multiplying as parts of the original tree of life planted by nature under the Sun. It means that man remains as a tree of life growing under the Sun.

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