Why Is Father God Unresponsive to Prayers and Requests?
He is portrayed as an elderly person on a seat with loads of holy messengers and the host of paradise around him. He never reacts straightforwardly to anybody and in some strict perspectives he has couriers to convey your solicitations and afterward he may react, as indicated by the precepts you follow. He likewise has many names, numerous resemblances, and is viewed as the deliverer of only great. In resistance there is the villain, one of his tainted heavenly messengers.
The tale about him is somewhat despicable when you consider the big picture. He has no name and no voice and many think of him as a manikin to his purported child, Jesus Christ, or to the numerous prophets that have been formulated. On a Christian site these words as of late caught my eye: “God came to earth and passed on for our wrongdoings.”
The measure of disarray that such cases add to the all around hazy blend of doctrine and pretend leaves an awful inclination for any individual who can think past the strict front. As an otherworldly individual with memory of my resurrection and information that there is just the Spirit of the Father Rutler Universe the mixed up ideas about God and the hereafter are horrifying. There is no paradise and hellfire so there is no elderly person up there overlooking the world and being outperformed by Satan.
The picture depicted is equivalent to that of Zeus, the Greek God who occupied the pinnacle of Mount Olympus. He is regularly portrayed situated with a thunderclap or harpoon in his grasp. He is the Greek sky god who fathered numerous different divine beings thus became father god.
He is likewise lined up with Jupiter, the Italian variant of Father God. His sanctuary was the site utilized by Constantine to raise the Vatican and to authorize a parliament of ministers and clerics to control his domain. He set up his new religion in 325 AD at the Council of Nicaea and created Jesus Christ as the Son of God. It is this element that numerous currently quality the force of God and accordingly the authenticity of the above statement.
In the Sistene Chapel of the Vatican there is a picture painted by Michelangelo of Father God. It was appointed by Pope Julius II thus his highlights were those utilized in the portrayal.
The image of paradise that most seem to have is of something that appears as though a city made by man. The ruler is in his seat and the couriers surge to and fro from the entryway with solicitations of those needing assistance. St. Peter (Jupiter) monitors the entryway and just those of Constantine’s religion are permitted in light of the fact that it apparently holds the keys. This is the premise of Father God and the explanation he never answers anybody’s supplications or solicitations.