Dec. 22, 2013
Article: Raindrops – Sponsored by, ‘The Creator’
I care about the proper grammar, punctuation and context of my words and what have you, but at this point in writing my thoughts, I am just going to write as I feel it, as if I was talking with you face to face without the use of written words. So, in that case, I ask for your apologizes for any mistakes in the follow response. – NAME News.
This is NAME News. I am Matthew Johnson
When it is raining on a particular region of the land where people live, who is responsible for it? Which deity is in control of this?
We are still thinking over the idea that the deities of Earth are still roommates, so lets extend this idea a bit.
Lets say, that instead of being roommates, the four deities (Jah, God, Yahweh and Allah) all share a neighborhood within a city, and it begins to rain. In this region, if it is raining, the land will become wet. No matter a persons race, religion, or relationship, the region that is of this planet being rained on is shared by everyone of that region. Now, if this is something we have become more advanced in, to start-up weather as we feel (which I think we are capable of) then is this work of humans.
BUT, if we have four neighbors, who worship God, Jah, Yahweh, and Allah, and they each walked outside of their house during the rain, could they all agree that this was the work of the Creator?