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Does God have a birthday?

Jerry (Iron Priest)☮ R ☮ P ☮ 201 2009/02/12 20:54:56
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Not Jesus, God the father.
My opinion is that he doesn't. He has always been. He gave us something even he himself does not have, a birthday. If you don't believe in God don't bother with this question.
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  • yogi 2009/02/13 00:41:46
    No
    yogi
    +5
    God is the Alpha and Omega, the source of all things positive and good. His energy surrounds us and yet it's greatness is incomprehensible to our human brains. Our spirits will bathe in it once we pass into the next dimension then we will know its' glory. There can be no beginning or end to the father of all creation.

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  • Sophia 2009/03/04 02:08:25
    No
    Sophia
    By definition: that which does not exist, does not have a birthday
  • Jerry (... Sophia 2009/03/04 03:41:54
    Jerry (Iron Priest)☮ R ☮ P ☮ 201
    In the poll description I asked that only believers in God respond. You may have missed it.
  • Sophia Jerry (... 2009/03/05 07:48:33
    Sophia
    Sorry about that.
  • Jerry (... Sophia 2009/03/05 14:17:41
    Jerry (Iron Priest)☮ R ☮ P ☮ 201
    Not a problem.
  • Philly 2009/02/17 22:01:17
    Yes
    Philly
    +1
    i think everyday is gods birthday
  • nickname50 2009/02/17 07:14:53
    Undecided
    nickname50
    +1
    God/Creator/Source and much more than all of the other names people call it (it is beyond all names and forms)... is the Alpha and Omega, The source of all things positive and negative. Source cannot be manifested in any form. To call it Her or Him is to not fully understand - it can not be confined or defined. We are a part of Source energy. It is incomprehensible to our human brains. Our spirits are connected to other dimensions and Source. We know it and the awareness that we are a part will be apparent. When we go home. I died on the operating table during heart surgery. I got just a little insight during that experience.
  • Joe 2009/02/17 00:55:32
    No
    Joe
    +1
    read yogi's post -- read yogis post it's mine also
  • simona 2009/02/17 00:00:50
    Undecided
    simona
    I think this is something not to talk about too much.
  • Jerry (... simona 2009/02/17 18:32:57
    Jerry (Iron Priest)☮ R ☮ P ☮ 201
    Why?
  • rachel(the original!) 2009/02/15 21:59:45
    Undecided
    rachel(the original!)
    +1
    interesting thought i havent got a clue
  • str8jacket 2009/02/14 20:26:37
    Yes
    str8jacket
    ....and it's the same day as mine. We celebrate it together.
  • Tessaprn 2009/02/14 05:14:25
    No
    Tessaprn
    +1
    I never actually thought about that! I have always considered God to be a higher being, not really a human form but just there. God is everything and everywhere. This is an issue that I must ponder upon. Good question. Right now all I can say is God is just there. He sits next to us, walks beside us, the beginning of all things and the end of all things.
  • O'Grady 2009/02/14 04:48:07
    No
    O'Grady
    +2
    God has always been everywhere. He invented time. That's what the Bible tells us. We can't fathom that, because all we know is time with a beginning and an end. That's because he did not create us to have minds that can comprehend it all. Maybe if we could, living here and now, it would keep us from living our lives the way he intended us to. Some day though, I think we believers will know all the secrets of the universe in Heaven, when we receive our new spiritual bodies. I'm so glad that there's something much, much better waiting for us!
  • SkyBluePink 2009/02/13 16:40:35
    Undecided
    SkyBluePink
    +1
    Only God may know.
  • BK 2009/02/13 15:49:05
    Yes
    BK
    +1
    October 14th. I read it on the internet, so it must be true. I'm not sure how old he is.
  • Jerry (... BK 2009/02/13 16:06:32
    Jerry (Iron Priest)☮ R ☮ P ☮ 201
    +2
    Older than time itself.
  • comegetchasome 2009/02/13 10:25:56
    Yes
    comegetchasome
    +2
    Everyday should be treated like it is anyway.
  • Rice 2009/02/13 08:24:12
    Undecided
    Rice
    +2
    well since he's god he has to have a birthday everyday... nahh
  • Cesare B. 2009/02/13 05:24:11
    No
    Cesare B.
    +3
    God has always been, is and always will be, so there is no such thing as a "birthday" for God.
  • beth...Not in MY country!!!! 2009/02/13 05:04:13 (edited)
    Undecided
    beth...Not in MY country!!!!
    +4
    Edit: I don't know HOW this got on "undecided"! I clicked on "NO"!

    He has always existed--outside of space and time. If He had a beginning, He would not be infinite! If He was not infinite, He would not be God.
  • Jerry (... beth...... 2009/02/13 16:07:27
    Jerry (Iron Priest)☮ R ☮ P ☮ 201
    God must have made your choice for you.
  • Mz.Lautner 2009/02/13 04:52:54
    Yes
    Mz.Lautner
    +2
    Everyday
  • mckenna 2009/02/13 03:40:33
    Yes
    mckenna
    +1
    yes gods b-day is christmas hint hint christ-mas
  • beth...... mckenna 2009/02/13 05:06:54
    beth...Not in MY country!!!!
    +2
    That would be Jesus. But the question referred to God the Father. :)
  • sully 2009/02/13 03:20:03
  • ZombieCinderella 2009/02/13 02:49:18
    No
    ZombieCinderella
    +2
    Because he has always been.
  • god 2009/02/13 01:54:59
    Yes
    god
  • Jerry (... god 2009/02/13 16:08:10 (edited)
    Jerry (Iron Priest)☮ R ☮ P ☮ 201
    +1
    The other God. The one that created time and space. God probably doesn't blog sodahead.
  • god Jerry (... 2009/02/13 18:44:02
    god
    Yes I do and I have answered you !!!
  • Jerry (... god 2009/02/13 20:12:29
    Jerry (Iron Priest)☮ R ☮ P ☮ 201
    +1
    Man, that acid you took was bad.
  • god Jerry (... 2009/02/27 16:27:54
    god
    No acid, just another thing I created, you should know it, it's called humor !!!
  • Beccy 2009/02/13 01:53:05
    Undecided
    Beccy
    From what I have read he was here through all times. If we look at mother earth I would have to say as long as the earth was here. Do any of us know the real answer to that question.
  • beth...... Beccy 2009/02/13 05:09:07
    beth...Not in MY country!!!!
    +2
    God created the earth! He existed first. In fact, He always existed/exists--outside space and time. The earth is not a mother. It is a creation, but it is not alive.
  • MidnightCowboy said "What's... 2009/02/13 01:22:45
    Undecided
    MidnightCowboy said "What's the name? :)
    idk
  • Autumn 2009/02/13 01:18:27 (edited)
    Yes
    Autumn
    +2
    From my understanding, God has never had a begining and does not have an ending. we can't get our minds around this because we are use to everyting always having a begining and an end. I answered undecided but for some reason it put yes.
  • beth...... Autumn 2009/02/13 05:11:15
    beth...Not in MY country!!!!
    I had the same problem. I answered NO but it put UNDECIDED. Weird! Could it have something to do with the "new" Sodahead? I can't get used to it. I can't find anything!
  • Autumn beth...... 2009/02/13 14:50:11
    Autumn
    lol!! I can't find anything either.
  • Hula girl - Friends not Fol... 2009/02/13 01:16:01
    Yes
    Hula girl - Friends not Followers
    +4
    Everyday day is His Day as He creates each day new for all of us. We just get to be part of His party.
  • thomas paine 2009/02/13 01:08:42
    No
    thomas paine
    +1
    since i don't believe there is one, a no brainer.
  • ©TransAmTam~Metal Queen \m/ 2009/02/13 00:54:12

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