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Does God need an Acharya or a Pope or a Grand Mufti?

Asked by Mayala Fakir, 07 Jan '08 08:29 am
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No he don't. We humans thinks that he need
Answered by chaitali srivastava, 07 Jan '08 08:32 am

 
  
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God needs no one we all are too small and want Acharya ,Pope and A Grand Mufti to show us the way .
Answered by minticool, 07 Jan '08 08:33 am

 
  
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God is Satchidananda: Existence Absolute, Knowledge Absolute and Bliss Absolute.
God is Antaryamin: He is the Inner Ruler of this body and mind. He is omnipotent, omniscient and omnipresent.
God is Chiranjeevi: He is permanent, eternal, perpetual, indestructible, immutable and imperishable. God is past, present and future. He is unchanging amidst the changing phenomena.
God is Paramatma: He is the Supreme Being. The Bhagavad Gita styles Him as 'Purushottama' or Supreme Purusha or Maheswara.
God is Sarva-vid: He is ever-knowledgeable. He knows everything in detail. He is 'Swasamvedya', that is, he knows by Himself.
God is Chirashakti: He is ever-powerful.
God does not depend upon others for his existence, and on his own creation
Answered by jameel ahmed, 07 Jan '08 08:35 am

 
  
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