Belief In God

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By Z.M. on January 15, 2010 -- 6:48am

I think the first commandment “I’m your lord your God who brought you out of Egypt..” not only is telling us to look to our unique history to see God’s existence, but to look how God personally acts in our own lives. He was originally saying the commandment to people who were themselves in the desert, whose parents in fact were enslaved. If you want to see God’s existence I believe, look at one’s own life, how scientifically complex things everything we take for granted really are(sight, photosynthesis, etc.) Once one truly becomes to terms with understanding his environment, then he can clearly see a higher power’s invisible hand in everything.

By Anonymous on June 29, 2010 -- 3:48am

I think the first commandment “I’m your lord your God who brought you out of Egypt..” not only is telling us to look to our unique history to see God’s existence, but to look how God personally acts in our own lives. He was originally saying this commandment to people who were themselves in the desert, whose parents in fact were enslaved. If you want to see God’s existence I believe, look at one’s own life: how scientifically complex everything we take for granted really is(sight, photosynthesis, etc.) Once one truly becomes to terms with understanding the environment which he lives in, then he can clearly see a higher power’s invisible hand in everything.

By Morris Licciardello Sr on August 11, 2010 -- 10:33pm

Rabbi,
Please tell my the Saints in the Catholic Religion that where “vicious murderers”

Regards,

Morris Licciardello

By Larry Kahn on June 5, 2013 -- 4:22am

Just found this site, signing in to learn more.

By frances martin on December 8, 2015 -- 5:43pm

Very much appreciated…..I agree ....will continue to research….have forever been asking about Jewish beliefs and hope this is an opportunity .

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