The Allness of God: That God of This / That Gods
That God: is light and in him there is no darkness at all. No law at all.
of That God: Allness of God Above:
God"..........................All Light, and No Darkness
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|The Allness of God & Son: The fulness of God & The fulness of Christ: mercy full: "I will have mercy and not sacrifice"|
Pauline written as mini bible
"That God" is Light: No Darkness At All !
"The God of All Grace": is No Law At All !
"The God of All Comfort": No Discomfort At All!
"Also Merciful": Mercy full: No Sacrifice at all !
Grace unto you, and peace,
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ
Once we realize two Gods is one too many, and mixing twain (My God, My God) is not only an oxymoron (since two such allegoric things are "contrary"), but results in feeling as "forsaken" (Mt 27:46; Ps 22:1) as life + death is a dead end, the end all dinosaurs had (was, but is not)...
Once we realize twain Gods are opposed about them (contradiction); especially if that God, who is light void of darkness (1Jn 1:5), is the message heard of a singular him and declared unto a singular you from the beginning, where the end is God declared (Is 46:10; 1John 1: 1-5)...
Once we realize "that God" never changes from Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22:21, having the same immutable will in both Old & New Testaments: to be, the only Potentate, the only wise God, immortal and eternal King: the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, the "God of all grace" (1Pet 5:10), who is "perfect" (Mt 5:48), also "merciful" (Lk 6:36), and such wisdom from above is "firstly pure" (Jam 3) from the get go of the shew; which can have only one plausible end, the end of the law, especially since only what began can end and there is no option in "immutable", especially if the first of two immutable things is God cannot lie (law), hence God cannot die...
Once we realize His grace "is" a "living God" (Mt 16:16) of "the living" (Mt 22:32), and His Son is one and the same: contrary to popular unbelief Jesus Christ (who is one with God), is "the same" yesterday, to day, and for ever (Heb 13:8)... never changes because the Christ thereof, in whom that God was, reconciling the world, was the end of the law... in "which things are an allegory", and such things (scriptures: plural) "were written aforetime for y(our) learning" (Rom 15:4)...
Once we realize "that God" was in "Christ": the end of the law, not imputing their trespasses unto them (2Cor 5:19); where no law, there no trespass (Rom 4:15); when no law, sin not even imputed (Rom 5:13), and the (1st) fruit of God a Spirit is: love: against such there is: "no law" (Gal 5)... for law was only a counter part "added" for "shew", law only a "shadow" (Heb 10) of things to come in such a shew, law only a "Ghost": a 'phantom' menace which many unaware children and silly women afraid of due to ignorance of what is was and was only a counter part in an allegorical comparative teaching, to teach what(?) you and all the kingdom of God within you are of such ye/you... ye "created" imperfect, you "made" perfect...
Once we realize that God saw only "good" x 6 and "very good" the 7th time looking in Gen 1, and what God saw as "good" and "truly good" was what's "made" of created/made things, and the created part of such created/made them/us, them: Mr & Mrs Adam (male & female Adam in Gen 5) was mirrorly created for the sake of the God shew, as if a counter part in an allegoric comparative teaching about "us", whom God is one of, so is for us, is with us, hath given us the victory, and hath not appointed us unto wrath... rather wrath comes upon "them" of them/us in 1Thes 5: 3,9... "them" being the "old" part of old/new to put away as a put off, especially since "as in Adam", which is allegorically as in them, "all die", of such all die/all live, which is allegorically "as" comparing two sorts of "blessed" in Rom 4:7,8 (from Ps 32:1,2)...
Once we realize there is no option in "ye shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free", but there is a notable changE from "ye" to "you" therein, and notably the "you" being "made" free, as is also "made" in 1Pet 5:10, is made "perfect" by "the God of all grace"... allegorically denoting the law of grace + law is the imperfection of such twain, to put away...
Once we realize twain this/that things, such as two Gods (law/grace), are "contrary" things; and contrary things cannot coexist, no, not in peace, and contrary things only mix to make an oxyMORON with a BAD ending for all such as grace + law = life + death = a dead end, which God will not have, not then, not now, not ever; Well, we begin to see the oneness and allness of that God & Son, "that God" and "that Jesus Christ is come", of all such 'allegoric' this/that written aforetime, but only for our learning, as the only one of twain who is: our peace.
The "grace"(only) of our Lord Jesus Christ with you all. Amen.