A Book to trust #8 Father of the universe wanting His creatures to know Him

When having come to the believe that there is Such a Most High Supreme Being That Created everything and loves His creation, we should also see that a lover of some one should be honest with the loved one.

The Bible could be considered as a continues or long series of letters from God to His creatures, mankind. Writing to His children The God above all gods, wants to communicate with His children in the best and most honest conditions, and as such does not want to tell lies. When God says He is no liar (One that tells lies) and would not tell the truth, He would be lying and as such being deliberately untruthful, He would be a liar but His Word also would be one big lie.

We may know not many people are really telling all the time the truth, but with God it is different. The Elohim Hashem Jehovah God is not like a man, so that He would lie, nor is He like a son of man, like Jesus is a son of man and we are a son of man, so that He would be changed. Therefore everything God says is like He says it. He acts like He speaks and His Word brings out what He wants to bring to life or to happen. Nothing which He said or promised, that what He had ever spoken, did not get fulfilled.

Numbers 23:19 (TS98)
19 “Ěl is not a man, to lie; nor a son of man, to repent! Has He said, and would He not do it; or spoken, and would not confirm it?

Micah 7:20 (TS98)
20 You give truth to Ya῾aqoḇ, kindness to Aḇraham, which You swore to our fathers from the days of old!

Romans 3:4 (TS98)
4 Let it not be! But let Elohim be true, and every man a liar, as it has been written, “That You should be declared right in Your words, and prevail in Your judging.”

As any father would do with his kids the heavenly Father also wants to give His children good advice. As a good Father He wants to prepare each person whom He considers His child, to be ready for life and to be capable to find the right way to stay on track and to be able to enter the small gate of the Kingdom of God. Christians

might say “God doesn’t lie” but that itself could also be a lie. God might be lying that he doesn’t lie. {Jehovah and Allah – Gods of Darkness}

Those who do not believe that God is the Most High Supreme, think that we would think that there is no other world (which is against God’s word telling us there are many more worlds) react to our saying that there is no other High God (because we recognise the other gods) say in reaction to those who say

“there is only one God,” “there is no other world,” or whatever. But you don’t know that. Even God doesn’t know that. You might say “but God knows everything.” Sure, he knows everything about this one Universe. But NOT the entire multiverse. God thinks he knows EVERYTHING but he simply doesn’t. {Jehovah and Allah – Gods of Darkness}

Where do they get that knowledge of knowing that the Most High God would think He does know everything and that this would not be so? Clearly such way of thinking Jehovah God  as Divine Creator of the whole universe, all the planets or galaxies and solar systems. to think

Other universes have no God at all. {Jehovah and Allah – Gods of Darkness}

is a sign of unbelief in the God of the universe. But also to those who are not happy to know the divine Creator of the whole universe That Most High God, wants them to come to know Him. It is also for those unbelievers that the One who used His Word to create uses His Word to come in contact with the created beings.

Those who think

We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star. But weS-h_quote1 can understand the Universe. {Millisecond to Midnight}

are also people God wants to show that we as human beings are created by Him and have still to learn a lot, before we shall come to our special prepared position in the world to come.

It might well be that

most humans are happiest when they are open to all creation, when they know themselves part of a greater story and they have an unbreakable future within and without time. {Millisecond to Midnight}

but to come to know themselves properly in that greater part, they should come to listen to those Words of That Great Omnipotent Provider.

Those Words of God are written down by human beings selected by That High God. We can look at those biblical authors as Witnesses for Jehovah God, people who are called on to testify before humankind. As speakers for the Most High we should know they were placed in a very special position. When we look closely at their reports we may see evidence that they may be trustworthy and honest, because they also wrote down bad things about them. There is no known predication for lying, insanity or habitual criminal activity by them. Sometimes their actions or reactions may look very strange to us. It also might be strange that The Most High God choose such characters which did not always nice things. We even find a few persons under those authors who are known to have committed crimes (e.g., David for arranging the death of Bathsheeba‘s husband Uriah the Hittite, Saul (later to be called Paul) for persecuting Jewish converts to Christianity) admitting to their past and who were openly remorseful for having acted in such ways. In general, the frequent admissions of biblical authors’ failings and weaknesses within their own writings assert the characteristics of honesty, humility, and repentance. As such we may conclude that there are no proven internal defects in the witnesses.

We also find innocent people who were tortured for their beliefs. In case they knew something not to be true they would never gone so far to risk their life in such a way that it meant their death. Concerning the writings in the New Testament if those authors were not completely convinced of its truth, namely, that their master Jeshua (Jesus) was the Messiah promised in the Old Testament prophecies, it is unimaginable that multiple persons, isolated from one another, would each suffer torture and death for maintaining the same story.

When we do know not only from the Bible but also form historic civil writings that all eleven talmidim of Jesus‘ twelve apostles who witnessed his resurrection were executed for their undenied belief in him (all twelve when including Paul); three of whom were New Testament authors (four when including Paul) we may consider them very stubborn followers of the truth or persistent faithholders, who preferred to live in lesser conditions because of their faith than they would have been able to do when sticking to the worldly ideas. They lost the possibility both of worldly wealth and of societal acceptability among their Jewish peers because of their commitment to their Nazarene master Jeshua (Jesus) whom they considered the Kristou/Christou or Kristos (or Christ). We should consider this faithfulness to Jesus his leadership and their very affection for and attachment to Jesus did not serve as a motive to falsify, certainly when we remember that their master expressly taught them that lying was of the devil.

Therefore we can conclude that neither the writers of the Ancient Hebrew Scriptures nor those of the Greek Scriptures dared to go into the ethic idea that a person should not be lying and should always be honest, telling the truth.



A Book to trust #1 Background book for debate

A Book to trust #2 Book of Truth

A Book to trust #3 Creation and Creator

A Book to trust #4 Cause of Being and Truth

A Book to trust #5 Words directed to create order

A Book to trust #6 True God and true words

A Book to trust #7 Heavenly Father not withholding knowledge


A Book to trust #9 Consistency


Additional reading

  1. Looking for Answers
  2. Getting to know the Truth
  3. In Defense of the truth
  4. From Bibles and other religious writings and those who witness for Jehovah
  5. Attributes to God
  6. The Almighty Lord God of gods King above all gods
  7. Al-Fatiha [The Opening] Süra 1: 4-7 Merciful Lord of the Creation to show us the right path
  8. A 1st reply to the 4th Question Who is God 2 A Singular Supreme Spirit Being
  9. Incomplete without the mind of God
  10. Bible basic intro
  11. Who Wrote the Bible?
  12. The Bible: God’s Word or pious myth?
  13. Bible Word of God, inspired and infallible
  14. Bible a guide – Bijbel als gids
  15. Why believing the Bible
  16. Of the many books Only the Bible can transform
  17. Pure Words and Testimonies full of Breath of the Most High
  18. Statutes given unto us
  19. Bible Word from God
  20. Gone astray, away from God
  21. Trust God to shelter, safety and security
  22. God won’t ask
  23. Questions on the Bible and Crossword Books
  24. An openingschapter explaining why things are like they are and why we may have hope for better things
  25. Doubting and going astray
  26. Inner voice inside the soul of man
  27. May we have doubts
  28. The I Am to explore
  29. Willing to do and we willing to learn everything that the Elohim has spoken
  30. Belonging to or being judged by



  1. Some common misconceptions about the truth
  2. The Word of God is perfect!
  3. The power of the King’s word
  4. Faith, glory, strength
  5. Bible Verses About Faith
  6. What is the Bible and what are we supposed to do with it?
  7. Seeking God’s manna
  8. Reblog: The Attributes of God – Holiness | Abundance of Grace
  9. Trusting God is what God wants us to do! No matter what!!!
  10. The Call of God
  11. Jeremiah 26, June 27, Wednesday
  12. The Bible Series, Episode 4 Interaction
  13. Uriah the Hittite
  14. Leave The Past Behind
  15. The Jurisdiction of the Law
  16. Memorable Scripture: The Scheming Sin
  17. For The First Time David Is Confronted With His Evil Act With Uriah!
  18. What This Sinful Story Of David And Bathsheba Entails!
  19. Day 18: David
  20. He Took a Wife and a Life (2 Chron. 11:14-15)
  21. Guilt By Association

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