What are we God? Body-mind-spirit-soul?
Theresa of Asension
By: Theresa J Morris

Theresa J Morris Ministries
What Are We God?

Dear God,

You called me to service for all human kind on planet earth. I of course agreed to begin the Ascension Age as your willl be done on earth as it is in heaven. I will do my best to serve you and all that is you and us. I have a question and know that prayer is for sending and meditation is for receiving your word.
I am writing to you on this day we call Sunday as our sabbath day on planet earth. But, you already know that. Are you like me or am I like You? Are we the same? I only know that which I experience now and can use inside and outside as a microcosm inside a macrocosm. I have been able to learn how to write based on my education provided in a system on planet earth. I use my senses which I am told most all beings called humanoid sentient intelligent beings are like me. I feel that the entire me is not all here. I feel inside these thoughts that come and go are a part of me but not all of me.
Does this mean that I am more than simply a human being? There is the study of you we call theology. There is the study we call Cosmology, and change in you and us.
What are we God? Body-mind-spirit-soul and you? Are we together both mind and matter in a place we call space or are you and I also the space and together we make the place? Time is relative from what I can see and share as a life experience. I have seen that there are others in my life I called my family and loved ones. Many are now gone to another place in space that some refer to as heaven and hell, or purgatory. But humbly I say this knowing that anything I can share for “us” I must know that you know before I do or share so my own self can see this in a form that I may share with others such as you and me.
For now, I will accept my place in space, time, matter, and energy we regard as life. For I am told to accept in the beginning was the word and the word was without form. There appears to be energy and the unity of this is what we are. I agree to be a child of God and your child. I agree to call my study of us and what we are as this era in time and space we call energy with an era in time we call the Ascension Age.
I agree to learn how to live, laugh, love, and leave a legacy of us in the Ascension Age. I felt it important enough to talk to you in written form so that I could ask you this information. What are we God? Are we everything? I was taught in my Christian Churches growing up that God is love. If God is everything and God is love, then am I also everything and love? I know that I learned in Church that faith, hope, and charity are important to human kind but that the greatest as taught by our Lord and Savior of earth who we call your one and only son as Jesus is love.
We are all about time, space, matter, energy, and life and being one with the immortal soul of you and us. We are all about becoming more and this requires change in our knowledge of what we call expanse of essence. Do we keep using the word?

Can we share UFO Association and ACO Association for authors, researchers, writers of Alienology, Cosmology, Phenomenology, Spirit ology, Soul ology, ufology? (Cohen, 2008) (Cohen, 2008)Can we share Alienology and Phenomenology? (Rothberg & Heruth, 1995)
Ufology
Status as a field
Studies, panels, and conferences
Historical background
Etymology
British UFO Research Association
God
In monotheistic thought, God is believed to be the Supreme Being and the principal object of faith. The concept of God, as described by theologians, commonly includes the attributes of omniscience, omnipotence, omnipresence, divine simplicity, and as having an eternal and necessary existence.
Time travel
(John Titor – Time Traveler, n.d.)Origin and Etymology of god Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German got god NEW! Time Traveler First Known Use: before 12th century (‘God’ in Merriam-Webster (online), n.d.)
Bibliography
Cohen, A. (2008). Kant on Anthropology and Alienology: The Opacity of Human Motivation and its Anthropological Implications. Kantian Review, 13(02), 85-106. Retrieved 2 18, 2018, from http://journals.cambridge.org/abstract_s1369415400001242
‘God’ in Merriam-Webster (online). (n.d.). Retrieved 2 18, 2018, from Merriam-Webster, Inc.: http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/god
John Titor – Time Traveler. (n.d.). Retrieved 2 18, 2018, from http://www.johntitor.com
Rothberg, P. G., & Heruth, D. P. (1995). Adventures in myc-ology. Retrieved 2 18, 2018, from https://sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/s1067570105800063

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