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ELOHIM GOD. Father and Mother God:)

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Submitted by Will (United States), Feb 25, 2007 at 23:45

GEN 1:26-27

Yes, it's plural. The creation of man is in the image of God. That means that God has to images. that's why in the hebrew bible God is referred to as ELOHIM. Which is more than one God. There isn't just Father God, we also have a Mother God:) According to Rev 22:17 it says that The Spirit and the Bride give the water of life. Some say that the bride is the church, but can a church be a bride? No way, a bride is a female right?
Some say that we are the bride, but can we give water of life? No way. Then, if you go to Rev 21:9 the angel tells John that he's going to show him a bride. But instead he shows him the Holy City Jerusalem coming down from heaven. But, she's referred to as the bride. Weird right? If you go to Gal 4:26 it says "But the Jerusalem that is above is Free and she is our Mother" :) My friend, we also have a Mother God. Think about it, we call God our Father, shouldn't we have a Mother as well? Only thru Mother God we can have eternal life and really go to heaven:) w/b

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