How was God formed?

Speaker 2
How was God formed?

Speaker 1
That’s an awesome question. Jay, did you want to tackle this one?

Speaker 2
I was hoping you would.

Speaker 1
How was God formed? We don’t know he’s God, but I will share something that’s very interesting about Jesus. If you look in the Book of Hebrews, there’s something really cool. So I’ll say this because many years ago, I was going to a Church and there was a man who is coming and teaching about some new light. And he was suggesting or he was saying that basically Jesus had a beginning. And I really questioned this. And when I prayed about it, God led me to a really interesting chapter in Hebrews seven. And it talks about Jesus. And so if you look in Hebrews chapter seven, it talks about basically Jesus being after the order of Malchize his priesthood. And it says, we can start in verse one. It says, for this Malk is a deck, the King of Salem, priest of the most high God, who met Abraham returning from the slaughter of the Kings and blessed Him, to whom also Abraham gave him a tense part, first being translated King of righteousness and then also King of Salem, meaning King of peace. So this priest and this King, Malchize, back in the Old Testament, was kind of a type of Christ.

Speaker 1
He kind of was a figure that showed us an aspect of Christ character, that Christ is King and he’s priest. So that’s what he’s talking about. And at verse three, it says something very interesting. It says without father, without mother, without genealogy, having neither beginning of days nor end of life. But made like the Son of God remains a priest continually. And so here we just see an aspect of God that God doesn’t have a beginning. He doesn’t have a mother, he doesn’t have a father. He has no genealogy. There’s no beginning of days, there’s no end of life. God is eternal. And so how has God formed? We don’t know. He’s formed in eternity. There’s another verse. I believe it’s improper. So it says, from everlasting to everlasting is our God. And so we don’t have a time frame that God can exist in. And honestly, I think if God was limited to time, space or matter, he wouldn’t be God. And when you think about existence, it’s just kind of interesting. All these things tie back to a threefold idea, like time, space and matter. You have to have those things to exist.

Speaker 1
It’s like Father Son, Holy Spirit. You have to have those things to have God. And there’s so many things in our universe that depicts that what does matter. It’s a liquid, solid gas. There’s always three things that tell us different aspects of kind of the same thing. And so I see that in creation. And I just see how it points to a God who is everything and everything can do anything, knows everything that’s our God. And so I hope that that answers your question. As far as how it’s got formed, nobody formed him. He has new parents. He is God. He is eternal. He is love and Proverbs 823 is the verse I was thinking about. I have been established from everlasting from the beginning. Ever. There was from Everlasting. So that’s how I got Jane.

Speaker 2
Have any other thoughts on that revelation 18. I’m the Alpha and Omega the beginning and end, says the Lord, who is and was and who is to come. The Almighty and then John one. Three. All things were made through him and without him, nothing was made that was made.

Speaker 1
Amen.

Speaker 2
So I guess you can even say from that like he wasn’t even made as Tennessee always was and is beyond time, if anything was made him so. Yup. Well said. Tina.

Speaker 1
Praise the Lord.


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