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LOG:The Language of God -> LOG:Introduction

Introduction 1

No one has seen God, the Father, except for Jesus. [1] [2]

Introduction 2

You have probably heard of the "Ten Commandments". They can be found in two places: Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5. These two places tell of the same Ten Commandments. There is another set of ten commandments that are hidden in Genesis 1. They are right there where you can find them, but they must be hidden, because few people can see them. Can you? [q 1] [a 1]

Look for the words "God said". Count them. God commanded all those things, and they happened. He commanded even the dirt and the water and the stars. They all obeyed him. He used words to command them. The words did not have power; God did. Some of the cartoons and movies you watch pretend that words have power. They pretend that if you can say the word right you can control the things the word describes. But it is all pretend.

->God has power. He used words to create things. But which words did he use? He had to have a language before he created anything. The reason to learn the words is to understand God better in his own language. Maybe you say that you don't believe in God. This book is for you too. God didn't say that you have to believe him first. He said you could know him before you believe.

Isa 43:10 Ye are my witnesses, saith [says] the LORD, and my servant whom I have chosen: that ye may know and believe me, and understand that I am he: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me.
When something is in a box like this, it is a distraction from the conversation. You may wish to read it because it explains other things, but then go back a paragraph to get a running start and skip it next time. I put an arrow -> above to show you where. I won't normally do that.
The verse above is from the King James Bible. Some people say that it is difficult to read. I put [says] in square brackets to show you how easy it is to understand. You can read it in another version if you wish. There are reasons I like the King James version, but they are for another discussion.
If I quote something from the King James, it may sometimes look completely different from another Bible. This is just because the way people translate. If someone said "Hola!" in Spanish, one person may translate it as "Hi", another as "Hello" or another as "Hey". But you are smart enough to understand that.
Now go back to the arrow -> and get the running start.

By learning the language of God, you can know God first, even before you believe in him.


  1. What's the differences between the commandments in Genesis and Exodus?


  1. Joh 1:18 No man hath seen God at any time; the only begotten Son, which is in the bosom of the Father, he hath declared [him].
  2. Joh 6:46 Not that any man hath seen the Father, save he which is of God, he hath seen the Father.




  1. The first set of ten commandments tells us that God is God. The second set tells us that we are not God.

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