If Jesus is “God” how could there have been . . .?
Serious question here –
The Bible says, “Jesus came from Galilee to John to be baptized by him in the Jordan River.” Matt 3:13 Just as Jesus was coming up out of the water, we saw the heavens splitting apart and the Spirit descending on him like a dove. And in Mark 1:11, we know a “voice” came from heaven: “You are my one dear Son; in you I take great delight.” If Jesus is “God” how could there have been a audible voice from heaven, heard by all that were present while Jesus is being baptized by John the Baptist?
Do not read antagonistic inflection into my question. II seek greater understanding how God’s voice can be audibly heard (by whom?) by those at the Jordon river. I will be doing a study on this question: If Jesus is “God” how could there have been a audible voice from heaven, heard by all that were present while Jesus is being baptized by John the Baptist.
Who can explain to me, who’s voice from the sky was it (that was heard), if Jesus is God (the man is standing in the Jordon) at the same time. This suggests God can be in Heaven and simultaneously on the Earth at the same time. And – be heard audibly. Which means God’s audibly voice can be heard by humans. Therefore, it is logical we (us humans) can hear the audible voice of God, now. Everyday, or all the time hear God‘s audible voice. What’s that like?
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Here is a second example of a non-believer that heard the audible voice of God from the sky. I talking about Saul as he going along, approaching Damascus we read in Acts 9:3-4, “suddenly a light from heaven flashed around“ Saul. And he fell to the ground and “heard a voice” saying to him, “Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting me?” Saul was a non-believer, blind of God’s true existence. I would love to ask Saul (now Paul) what its like to hear God’s voice for the first time.
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