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Characteristics Of God

What are the characteristics of God?

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"If the whole universe has no meaning, we should never have found that it has no meaning: just as, if there were no light in the universe and therefore no creatures with eyes, we should never know it was dark." C.S.Lewis
---Donna66 on 5/20/10

God is a spirit.

Jhn 4:24 God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship Him in spirit and in truth.

1Cr 2:12 Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God, that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God.

"A person who relies solely on his 'rationality' is like one who reads the notes of a song, but cannot hear the music..."

..thus says Francis S Collins, M.D., Ph.D., American physician-geneticist,Former director of NIH and the National Human Genome Research Institute,
---Donna66 on 5/20/10

atheist, indeed the quote was from Einstein, I noticed. My intention was to demonstrate how O'Hair's adherance to atheism had serious, documented, negative consequences for society.

You have claimed that adherance to faith in Jesus has negative consequences for society, but you are unable to demonstrate any. But this has not stopped you from repeating the dishonest claim. Is this moral?

Adherance to atheism does have many negative consequences for society, O'Hair's hatred being just a small one. North Korea is a 'shining' example of how intolerant, and murderous the atheistic faith is, when in control. Somewhat like strict Islam.

I take heart that her son has come to faith in Jesus.
---Warwick on 5/20/10

I'm beginning to think that this person using the name 'atheist', isn't an atheist after all.It's quite possibly a very lonely non-believer who knew giving the name atheist on a Christian chat line would, at the least, keep comments coming their way. So far that's been the case.
---Reba on 5/20/10

I live in the U.S. There are very few people of other faiths in the country. See above.
---atheist on 5/19/10

But, you are reaching out to us to enlighten us through the internet...the world wide web.

and, are you trying to say that fateful decisions that are not made within our borders do not affect us? or are these really about lifestyle issues that are made in the US based on religious issues?
---aka_joseph on 5/20/10

Atheist, forgive me for doing a short version of 'you'. I'll try to remember not to repeat the mistake in the future. I'm glad YOU have peace. I was just being concerned for your future after death. Try not to be offended. It comes from the best of intentions I promise.
---Reba on 5/20/10

Cast not your perils before the swine.

I agree with MarkV. It's one thing if a person wants to know the Truth, it's another thing if a person's intent is to persude believers to be unbelievers.

atheist has stated that that is his intent.

I'll take him at his word and ignore him.

Why bother?
---Rod4Him on 5/20/10

Warwick, I believe there is a danger in answering Athiest to defend the faith. Defending what we believe and what he doesn't. The danger is that many's spirit will be to answer him wrong, or in anger because he will not listen. But we have to understand why he doesn't listen and take that as, it is not possible for him to understand, but in the process of answering many get angry and say things they should not, only because he answers the way he does. He cannot answer any other way. That is who he is. He never gets angry or mad, he is polite even though his answers are against God. We should all be careful how far we go in answering him. If God wants to change him, he will change him, if not, he will remain the same always.
---MarkV. on 5/20/10


Boy you can twist things around! The quote was from Albert Einstein. A book by the lady was just the source.
---atheist on 5/20/10


I have peace.

'You' is spelled 'you', not 'u', btw.
---atheist on 5/20/10

One of the concerns dealing with death is,not knowing how or when it's going to happen. The solution.....Know the One who knows all things.....God our Father. Accept Him, trust Him.....Your concerns about death r over,U'll have peace.
---Reba on 5/19/10

atheist you refer to Madalyn Murray O'Hair.

Was that the same atheistic bigot who successfully campaigned to stop people having the right to pray in school?

Was this the same bigot who deceitfully used her son Bill as a prop in her anti prayer crusade.

The same son Bill who knew the inside truth, and became a Christian!

The same Bill who wrote "In the three decades since this landmark case,(banning of prayer) the nation has lost its moral center," he wrote. "Violent crime has increased from 16.1 to 75.8 incidents per 10,000 population..." .

Is this the same bigot who disappeared at the same time as the American atheists funds? Possibly murdered by atheistic conferderates?
---Warwick on 5/20/10

atheist again you dodge a proper question: What are the negative outcomes for others if we live as Jesus commands us to do?
---Warwick on 5/20/10

1 John 4:8 He that loveth not knoweth not God, for God is love.

1 John 4:16 And we have known and believed the love that God hath to us. God is love, and he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and God in him.

LOVE and everything else that goes with it.
mery, long suffering, kindness and more
---francis on 5/20/10

Atheist just doesn't want to die at the hand of a religious hypocritical zealot.
He might feel better if it was a sane euthanizing PhD.
Sarcasm is hard to type. Voice inflection helps alot.
---micha9344 on 5/19/10

atheist -- The " religious right" had nothing to do with electing Obama. But in one year he has tripled the debt Bush produced in eight years. He has not improved unemployment. We are no closer to energy independence. He has brought us near the bankruptcy of Greece with a debt 95% of GDP.
I have lost half of my retirement.

Is that the fault of non-Christians?
Of course not!
---Donna66 on 5/19/10

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In the Garden of Eden (whether seen as figurative or not), it was NOT the tree of the knowledge of 'right and wrong morality' that was eaten of, it was the tree of THE KNOWLEDGE of "GOOD" vs. EVIL (and it has been misused ever since).

Man's codes of propriety/properness are subjective/arbitrary, and 'morality' is also subjective, but God wants us to understand and properly use the KNOWLEDGE of the "good" that promotes peace and harmony (peaceful coexistence) and the 'ungood' that destroys/disrupts it.

Hebrews 5:14
"by practice to distinguish good from evil".

If we have intentions AGAINST another person, we UNJUSTLY disrupt a person's peace and harmony and INTENTIONALLY cause evil to happen.
---more_excellent_way on 5/19/10


Yes. I know. I will die one day. So will you.

Hope you have a nice day, too.
---atheist on 5/19/10

atheist, Whether u believe it or not does not change the fact that one day this fear of punishment u talk so bravely about will be facing u. And the hope of escaping it will be something u will wish to have. but instead of realizing ur need for a Saviour,u proudly shook ur pitiful,weak fist in the face of the Almighty God, ur Creator, & declared u didn't need nor want Him in ur life. So u'll get to prove just how brave u really r when it's time for u to die! And again, whether u believe it or not, U WILL DIE ONE DAY!!
---Reba on 5/19/10


George Bush got elected twice on slim margins, to say the least. Without the the votes of the religious right, this never would have happened. Don't tell me that I and everyone else in this country has not been hurt directly.


I live in the U.S. There are very few people of other faiths in the country. See above.
---atheist on 5/19/10

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"If people are good only because they fear punishment, and hope for reward, then we are a sorry lot indeed. The further the spiritual evolution of mankind advances, the more certain it seems to me that the path to genuine religiosity does not lie through the fear of life, and the fear of death, and blind faith, but through striving after rational knowledge. ..."

- Albert Einstein, quoted in: All the Questions You Ever Wanted to Ask American Atheists, by Madalyn Murray O'Hair
---atheist on 5/19/10

Badly worded on my part.

A world without a god would have rules, but they would be made by man thus leaving it up to US to decide what is right or wrong.

A world WITH a God would have rules also, but He determines what is right and what is wrong.

A man who wants the power to make the rules will not accept the idea of a god. He doesnt have room for that in his life. The Lord is not a tyrant. He gives that man his wish and leaves him alone, blind to the truth.

A man who doesnt want God in his life in this world, wont have God in his life in the next one.

An atheist will be happy about that....for a little while... then he will hate himself when he sees there was a God and a very loving one at that.
---JackB on 5/19/10

Atheist--... and unfortunately I and other must live with the outcomes of religious beliefs. I can only hope that I might occassionally (sic) convince someone here to approach the world that we share with a little bit more rationality.

There's more to life than "rationality" acknowledges!

I do not believe you have been hurt by "religion". I think you simply like to feel superior (particularly in intellect) to "religious" people.
You are not as "rational" as you believe yourself to be. And you have offered nothing to Christians at all. Why should we be persuaded by you?
---Donna66 on 5/19/10

Alan, I think the more important concern here is the fact that without the forgiveness of his sins, & the acceptance of Christ as his Saviour, atheist is going to face our Heavenly Father as His judge. & at that time he will not care,nor will it matter, who's approach was more honest. Without Christ he has no hope.
---Reba on 5/19/10

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In the Garden of Eden before the fall, man was at his finest/holiest ("in His image" man) and would have had many sons who would have also been completely holy (if everything went right). We are to be like a "son of man" (the term is not used only in reference to Jesus, see Ezekiel 2:1 and dozens of others).

Numbers 23:19

"God is not man, that he should lie, or a son of man, that he should repent".

Almost by definition, aetheists are LIKE (similar to, resemble) a "son of man" except that they won't have a personal relationship with God until they acknowledge Jesus as savior.
---more_excellent_way on 5/19/10

I do appreciate any help I can get. I love when someone calls into question my belief in God. It only causes me to dig deeper, which helps me get a little closer to God.

But, I was wondering, you spend equal time on posting websites for Muslims, Jews, Hindis, Buddhists, Bahaians(?), etc or do you just prefer Christians?

Do you think that the other faiths that think all infedels (people who don't believe like they do) should die (especially atheists) are a little more of a pressing need?
---aka_joseph on 5/19/10

If we put aside all prudish nitpicking about properness/propriety (table manners, dress codes, etiquette, etc.), we can see that people who are already righteous need no repenting from an evil lifestyle.

Luke 15:7
"more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous persons who need no repentance".

God Himself has no need of repentance.

Some of us are accustomed to intentionally causing disgusting EVIL EVIL and need to be COMMANDED/ordered not to, and some are accustomed to PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE.

Aetheists are a law to their conscience (INITIALLY accountable to "SELF').

Romans 2:14
"they are a law to themselves, even though they do not have the law".
---more_excellent_way on 5/19/10

atheist, Christians are attacked, tortured and murdered in massive numbers each year, by people following the dictates of their belief. Conversely I do not know of a country where Muslins, Hindu's atheists et al are similarly persecuted by those who follow the commands of Jesus Christ. Do you?

The violent, oppressive results of atheism are well known, e.g.North Korea.

The question for you is: What are the negative outcomes for others if we live as Jesus commands us to do?

You are on a Christian site implying that following Jesus has negative consequences for others. You must must substantiate this claim. Don't duck the question, this time!
---Warwick on 5/19/10

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Alan, atheist may be a moral man, but what is the foundation of his morality, other than personal opinion?

Is your morality just your opinion or is it the concrete foundational result of your faith in Jesus?

If I was persecuting someone it is proper for you to point out that Jesus commanded we love our neighbours, like ourselves. This is not personal opinion, not the result of your brain chemistry.

Would the atheistic leader of North Korea react kindly if our atheist visited him to set him straight? Would he agree with our atheists view of right and wrong? There is no reason he should. He would probably shoot him. Survival of the fittest: our atheist lost the battle.
---Warwick on 5/19/10

It suddenly struck me thjat atheist might have more understandig of right and wrong than many Christians!

He knows what right is, for it is so conducting himself as to help others, not to hurt them. He knows that it is wrong to hurt them. Itr is nonsense to say that without God, such "rules" can't be valid, as JackB seems to suggest.

Some Christians do right, and avoid wrong, just because they arew afraid of going to Hell, or just because they selfishly want the rewards of a luxurious heaven (Only some)

Who is more honest in his love for his neighbours .., the man who does it out of his own conviction that it is right, or the man who does it out of fear of God or a god?
---alan8566_of_uk on 5/19/10

Atheist - if there is no God to inspire you your efforts here will be fruitless. No God (creator) means you are here by "chance" of the slime, a chimp or some other arrogant pathetic belief that only offers an 80-year journey of toil or self-indulgence to nothingness. And you want us to exchange our purpose driven lives for what? Are you kidding me?

Your use of the word HELP implies the existence of the opposite "harm" and therefore a value system which must come from a person or being of value. And value has to have a beginning i.e. progenitor.

Maybe you could enlighten us how love, sympathy or something as complicated as the arts evolved from that big bang?
---larry on 5/19/10

Jack: "And if you are 100% sure there is no god, why are you here arguing with us nutbag Christians? We obviously suffer from some mental condition..."

Because we share the same planet, and unfortunately I and other must live with the outcomes of religious beliefs. I can only hope that I might occassionally convince someone here to approach the world that we share with a little bit more rationality.

Beside I believe in trying to help others, despite not having a 'god' to inspire me to do so.
---atheist on 5/19/10

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atheist --- "I have a pretty good idea of right and wrong"

If there is no god, there is no right or wrong.

In which case you wouldnt "have a pretty good idea" like theres some universal guide to right or wrong.

And if you are 100% sure there is no god, why are you here arguing with us nutbag Christians? We obviously suffer from some mental condition in the atheist world...

Just in case you feel a little uncomforatble inside now, its ok to be mad at God. Its ok to even hate Him because He loves you anyway.
We all hated him at one time.

Better to say you hate God, than to try to convince yourself there isnt one. At least if you hate him youre in touch with your heart.
---JackB on 5/19/10

atheist, then I saw the list of those activities of those who hate God: sexual immorality, impurity, sensuality,idolatry, sorcery, enmity, strife, jealousy, fits of anger, rivalries, dissensions, divisions,envy, drunkenness. I, in one way or another, finally realized that I am guilty of all those. If you ask anyone, they would never think these of me for I was considered a good person.

I am thankful that He sent a provision instead of making me burst into flames with no chance of being delivered from those things.

Take good care.
---aka_joseph on 5/19/10

Confusion is from the enemy, if that tells you anything. So, by saying you are confused, you have taken the enemy's side. And I would never receive the word of someone who said he/she was confused lest I become as deceived.

It is funny. We will believe a man to keep his word but will doubt God will keep His. On top of that, God is the only one who is consistent in His nature. And as speaking to "we never know what He is going to do", I humbly submit:
Amos 3:7
Surely the Lord GOD will do nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto his servants the prophets.

It's funny, Catherine. The more you insist you are a prophet, the more you say that totally contradicts what it means to be one.
---Linda on 5/18/10

Catherine, you are confused, because what you believe makes no sense.

Jack, seriously, I do not pretend to know what 'sin' or 'sinners' are (those are terms you all seem to be obsessed with). But I have a pretty good idea of right and wrong, and on a scale of 1-10 I'm probably a 2 or 3, as are most people.

But those who qualify as 9's and 10's are pretty obvious. Can't you recognize those?

Anyway if I am a 'sinner' then let god set me aflame. According to most here that is my destiny after death anyway, and a few more years of eternal agony at the hands of a 'loving god' won't matter that much anyway.

What are a few more years added to eternal torture anyway?
---atheist on 5/18/10

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Atheist,When you get a chance open The Bible and read Ecclesiastes. I think you will find it interesting. It starts "Everything is Meaningless", something an athiest can relate to!
Catherine, You do not sound confused to me, honest might be a better word.
---Cowboy on 5/18/10

Well, we will never understand God. He just wants us to trust Him. How do we ever learn to trust God? I realize that these are questions, not answers. I believe that God, well, He loves being mysterious. I'll tell you this much, trusting God is not like trusting people. We don't know what God is doing. We cannot see what He is doing. We can look upon people as to what they are doing to some degree. Not so with God. God's righteousness is not like ours. His justice is not like ours. He takes His time too. He works silently, while we stay in prayer. He does great work, but who can understand Him? If I sound confused, it is because I am.
---catherine on 5/18/10

"he should surely be able to pick out just a few of the most onerous sinners for fiery instanteous immolation. That certainly would make a believer out of me..." --- atheist

And what makes you think that you arent one of the most onerous sinners?

Thats why we shouldnt be too quick to want God to bring judgement.

None of us are any better or worse than our neighbor. If you think you are, your pride is blinding you. Thats why you cannot see God with your heart.
---JackB on 5/18/10

Good and bad exist within you and without you. Fear not for God will deal with the wicked. Who are we to question God's plan for ourselves or for others. You can not change others. You can change yourself at any time, "seek and ye shall find". Should you find yourself,good. Should you find God, better. Should you find God in you,great. Should you find fault with others, you missed the point.
---Cowboy on 5/18/10

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Really, if 'god' existed with all the attributes he is reported to have, he should surely be able to pick out just a few of the most onerous sinners for fiery instanteous immolation. That certainly would make a believer out of me...and at the same time make everyone think twice about their actions.
---atheist on 5/18/10

//This would show god's love for non-sinners and make the world a happier place. So why not?// ---atheist on 5/17/10

hi, atheist, to be honest, i used to hate the world and hated everybody in it including myself. but, one day, when i was at my absolute lowest, i 'heard' a small, still voice say, "but, i am here."

i still hate the world, but everyday i love people a little more. there is no possible way that i could do this on my own.

there are some of us who believe there are none of us who are non-sinners. and if God implemeted your sinner self-combustion plan, for one day, there would be wordwide great fireworks, and then the world could not be happy because no one would exist then but God.
---aka_joseph on 5/18/10

Ahhh, these little ones are God's people whom He has already chosen. In any case the prophet is not responsible for the effectiveness of the message, she is only responsible for delivering the message. Please get saved and understand Scripture. Wait a minute, only Jesus can saved you from the fiery fires of hell. Hallelujah thank You Jesus.++
---catherine on 5/18/10

And God does not care, either. Ahh.--catherine on 5/18/10
Matthew 18:14 Even so it is not the will of your Father which is in heaven, that one of these little ones should perish.
2 Peter 3:9 The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness, but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.
Deuteronomy 18:22 When a prophet speaketh in the name of the LORD, if the thing follow not, nor come to pass, that [is] the thing which the LORD hath not spoken, [but] the prophet hath spoken it presumptuously: thou shalt not be afraid of him.
catherine, I will consider you a false prophet according to your posts and scripture.
---micha9344 on 5/18/10

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atheist....The righteous must suffer for what the wicked does. Fear not. For the true God, the true living God is a just God. I don't care if you believe it or not. And God does not care, either. Ahh.
---catherine on 5/18/10

Catherine:"...God sits in the heavens laughing at His enemies."

Ezekiel 33:7 says God has NO pleasure in the death of the wicked.

So NO He's not laughing at all. I wouldnt imagine its a joyous thing at all to have to jail for eternity something that you gave life to.

Imagine being a judge and having to lock up your daughter or son for life.
---JackB on 5/17/10

Catherine:"...why God God allows the wicked to do on living...Either He is going to save you.., or going to pass His judgment upon you....God sits in the heavens laughing at His enemies."

But what about the innocent hurt by the wicked? Is God ignoring them? And why is he laughing? So the wicked will get saved or their comeupance, but the innocent suffer while God laughs...Seems like God, if he were truly loving, would strike down the wicked now to protect the innocent. Why doesn't he do that?
---atheist on 5/17/10

Sometimes horrific stuff happens to wicked people, and no help from God in any of it. The Saints can trust God to help us. There is only two reasons why God God allows the wicked to do on living. Only two. Either He is going to save you, or He is going to pass His judgment upon you. In any-case the wicked with receive their just desert. God sits in the heavens laughing at His enemies. Not because of their sins, but, because, He knows their time is coming. God gets no delight in sending anyone to hell, but He has absolutely no qualms about it, because God is a just God. He hates sin, He hates injustice, He hates mockers. God hates what's evil. And so should we.
---catherine on 5/17/10

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Love instead of fear
Mercy instead of judgment
Grace instead of punishment
Will you accept?
---micha9344 on 5/17/10

Catherine:"....[love of goodwill], in that God allows the sinner to go on living one more minute on this earth."

But when 'god' does this he allows the 'sinner' to continue to hurt other people---think of Hitler, or a serial killer/rapist. Why not get rid of such 'sinners' and do it in open and obvious way? If murderers and rapists died by spontaneously bursting into flame, 'god's' presence and omnipotence would be unquestioned, and clearly everyone would start to think twice before committing a 'sin'. This would show god's love for non-sinners and make the world a happier place. So why not?
---atheist on 5/17/10

Before we get carried away with God loves everyone false doctrine....There is two kinds of love of God. There is a kind of love between God and sinners, this is true. It is called "love of benevolence". [love of goodwill], in that God allows the sinner to go on living one more minute on this earth. God lets it rain on the just and the unjust.....And then there is God's "complacent love" [a pleasure in, affection for, adoration of]. God has absolutely no complacent love for the sinners. God is perfectlyt displeased with the sinners. The sinner hates God, disobeys God, ungratful to God for all His favors, would kill God if he could....Construing God's love of benevolence as a love of complacency is fatal....
---catherine on 5/16/10

Instead of divine forbearance leading to repentance, it is used as an excuse for non-repentance. Thus, the sinner is not saved but is damned by God's love of benevolence. Everything about God is perfect including hatred for the sinners [Psalm 139:22].
---catherine on 5/16/10

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PS 145:17 The Lord is righteous in all His ways and loving toward all He has made.
Job 36:5 Behold God is mighty...He is mighty in strength and understanding.
Deut.7.9 Know that the Lord your God is faithful! God keeps His covenant of love to a thousand generations of those who love Him and keep His commandments.
1 John 4:8 God is love and whosoever does not love does not know Him.
Ps.86:15 "But you ,oh Lord, are compassionate and gracious and slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness.
Acts 10:34-35 God is impartial.
and there is more. He is truely WONDERFUL!
---Pierre on 5/13/10

Characteristic means "a quality of character". If a characteristic of a thief is to steal, then his character has tendency toward thievery. One with a characteristic of lying is determined to have an untruthful character.

A characteristic of God is Love- His character is one of caring.
---Elaine on 5/12/10

HE WORKS. Hallelujah.
---catherine on 5/12/10

Isa.9 v 6, Colo.2 v 9. Jesus Christ & He Is The Father The Son & The Holy Ghost. There's No other name given.
---Lawrence on 5/12/10

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Jesus is Almighty.
---Eloy on 5/12/10

God is also a person. God can raise up or He can bring down. God can build up or God can destroy. God can promote or He can demote. God is everywhere at once. God can grieve, He has emotions, He gets angry, He also loves. Can be very romantic. God can change His mind, rather quickly. He expects undying devotion from His people. God's eyes are too pure to look upon evil. He cannot tolerate wrong [face hidden from us, when in sin]....I use to wonder if God stood around all day long looking at the wicked man and what he do. He has a great ken sense of humor. He has a great personality..... Something of which He had reminded me. "I can change things, rather quickly". Hallelujah, for this living God, that lives in me.
---catherine on 5/11/10

We humans could never describe God's charateristics in a worldly way. We know that God is spirit, all knowing, eternal, holy, righteous, wise, truth, and, above all, God is love and just. But what are many of the metaphors and similes in scripture that define the characteristics of God? For instance, "A mighty fortress is our God." But is he a fortress? What does that really mean?
---Steveng on 5/11/10

I would think the most important general characteristics of god would be omnipotency, omniscient, and omnipresence.

Is that right?
---atheist on 5/11/10

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\\The Character of God is one of Spirit.\\

"Character" is not the same thing as "characteristics", which is what the original poster was asking.
---Cluny on 5/10/10

Finally, I see what you are saying, and thanks. I do not know about the rest of your blog. My plate is full at the moment.
---catherine on 5/10/10

The Character of God is one of Spirit. He spoke, and all existence became...and by His Spirit, He ordered all that is. He has given unto us this self-same Spirit by which to fully enjoy the wholeness of Life.
The Character of God as also Holy. He works within the Laws of Physics which He Himself ordained, and provided the Word that we may learn and be guided by His Laws to our benefit.
The Character of God is one of Perpetuation. All He is, all He has done, all He proclaims is for the continuation of Life.
The Character of God is Caring...and for this great love and regard He has for us, in Spirit, Holiness and Perpetuation, we are given opportunity to give back to Him the satisfaction and gratitude of a job well done.
---Elaine on 5/9/10


At the top of the page (ignoring the menu block), and above the solid line, are the following four lines:

Line 1 (centered): Characteristics Of God
Line 2: What are the characteristics of God?
Line 3: Join Our Free Dating and Take The Who Is Jesus Bible Quiz
Line 4: ---catherine on 5/8/10

The last line is in smaller print, but does show who created a blog question, and when.
---StrongAxe on 5/9/10

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He is the Father of all life [2]He tends and cares for vegetation [3] He tends and cares for brute nature [4] He tends and care for the weather [5] He tends and cares for the seasons.....He is the Father of out Lord Jesus Christ. During His earthly ministry Jesus spoke more about the Father than any other subject.
---catherine on 5/9/10

Catherine ... when you open a blog, you will see all the answers ther, with the answerers names. The scroll up to the top, and you will see the original question, and the questioners name.

Youar question appears just like this:

What are the characteristics of God?

Join Our Free Dating and Take The Who Is Jesus Bible Quiz
---catherine on 5/8/10
---Alan8566_of_uk on 5/9/10

Catherine ... I can see that you posted the original question here!!
---alan8566_ofuk on 5/9/10

What main page of the blog. I never see a name attached to the blog questions. Like, "what are the characteristics of God". I don't see no name!!
---catherine on 5/9/10

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catherine, the name of the poster of the question appears on the main page of the blog, so where did you get the idea that nobody can see who posts a question?


What are the characteristics of God?

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---catherine on 5/8/10
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Why should we believe you have direct communication with God when you can't see what's right on the computer screen in front of you?
---Cluny on 5/9/10

No one can see a name on the questions. So how do you know who posts the questions?
---catherine on 5/8/10

catherine, one of the characteristics of God is that He doesn't have blood.
---Cluny on 5/8/10

The characteristics of God are recorded in the Bible for all to read, believe & see Catherine.
---Leon on 5/8/10

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# 112:1 (Y. Ali) Say: He is Allah, the One and Only,

# 112:2 (Y. Ali) Allah, the Eternal, Absolute,

# 112:3 (Y. Ali) He begetteth not, nor is He begotten,

# 112:4 (Y. Ali) And there is none like unto Him.
---arah on 5/8/10

well think of any good one and he is its source,patience,love,kindness,meekness,righteousness,compassion,just to name a few.
---tom2 on 5/8/10

You claim He talks to you all the time.

Why don't you tell us yourself?

Or are you starting to wonder if He really has been after all?
---Cluny on 5/8/10

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