Chapter 1: Meeting With God.

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Historical Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

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William was a young man who had been searching for years to understand who God  really was. From the Old Testament, he learned that God is Spirit. The New Testament said the same. In his town, and elsewhere, he had talked with many Biblical experts, and they all said the same, that God is Spirit, and is the one and only true God.

William was told that God made human beings in his own image. Understanding that God is Spirit, William decided to go in the Spirit with a true heart, and to see if he could contact God. Communications were good, and he heard a  beautiful voice in the area of the chest. He knew he was in contact.
God said to William, ''I will come to you as a physical man, and you can talk with me. Seeing that you are in this physical world, you can then see me, and ask anything that you want to. The Spirit is the link to the Spiritual world.

William was amazed since he had no idea that God  could come into the physical world as a man. But now he knew, God can do anything that he wants to do. He doesn't normally come into the physical world, fror it is a world made for mortals. God told William, ''My place of residence is in  the 10th heaven. There, I have many angels to serve me. Here where you live is a troubled world.''

''Now that I've got you here, not as Spirit, but as a physical man, I'm putting you on trial.''
God laughed, ''You're a funny one! You putting me on trial? Don't forget that you are only a creature made from dust. And then I decided to put my Spirit in you. For, what good is dust on its own?''
William said, ''So many mistakes. I could have done better. Look what you've done, made all those monsters and wild beasts. Suppose I had your power, I would have made beautiful things, good animals that would not kill anyone. What were you thinking of?''


Submitted: June 17, 2021

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