The Bible God Story

What do you know about your history? Not just the information about where your forefathers came from and settled on where you live, but the very beginning of our world? Do you believe humanity was created, and for a reason, too? Or do you believe it is all just a cosmic accident like many people would have us believe today?

To answer these questions, we must find the actual story of God because his story tells us the truth about our history as well. It is only in understanding God’s Holy presence can we truly understand our own history and purpose in life… To do that, we go to His story.


The Bible is as clear about God’s story (and our history) as any other subject that we observe in His book. While the story is long and detailed, the leading points it has include the following information (which we use to summarize His story in the paragraphs that follow):

God has always been there. There is no beginning (or ending) to His Existence.

Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever you had formed the earth and the world, from everlasting to everlasting you are God.
– Psalm 90:02

I lift my hand to heaven and declare: As surely as I live forever.
– Deuteronomy 32:40

Thus says the Lord, the King of Israel and his Redeemer, the Lord of hosts: “I am the First and I am the last, and there is no God besides me.
– Isaiah 44:06

God created everything good and made the match of a man with a woman and blessed their creation.

God looked at everything He had made, and He found it very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day.
– Genesis 01:31

So God created mankind in His own image, in the image of God He created them; make and female He created them.
– Genesis 01:27

Thus, the Bible makes two very clear statements in God’s story that actually lead to, and answer, virtually all the questions that we are opposed with by those who will have us believe there is no proof God exists.
God, the omnipotent and omniscient, has always existed and He knows everything beyond the fabric of time (which is also His creation). He created everything we see in the natural world and He made it good. And He made it for a purpose.
He made the world and sent us to establish God’s Kingdom here on earth. It is the ultimate accomplishment of mankind; what could be a greater achievement than to build God’s reign on the whole world with His law in place to rule us all and bring us closer to our nature and to what He created to benefit us.


While God’s story out of the Bible is the truth, there are many who refuse to accept it and ask ignorant questions, deeming them intelligent.
The first question they ask is this: Why can’t we see God?
The nature of this question may sound scientifically interesting but there is much more to life and the knowledge of the universe than Science alone.
To answer this question, we must remember every decision that God makes is made for a reason. While He created us, He wanted to respect our free will. Showing Himself to us in this life would be unimpeachable proof that He exists and that His story is true and so is a believer’s faith in Him.
Keeping Himself on the other side of the line that separate proof from all other degrees of evidence, God may have stayed back from giving us undeniable proof of His presence, but a believer sees His presence in everything that happens in this universe. These signs are enough for believers and they know this proof some people are looking for is just an excuse to look away from God. Even if such people were able to see God, they would make up another excuse to reject His heavenly existence.

Another question you may be asked is this: If God created everything good, why is there evil in the world?
This takes us back to the free-will argument. While God created everything good, he left the decisions we would make in life in our own hands. He did not force us to choose between good or evil. It was our bad decisions that led to such strength in evil in this world.
Furthermore, as the omnipotent God, He has the ability to turn anything into good, thus proving that anything can be good by causing it. We have the example of Joseph in this regard. After the betrayal of his brothers and all the ordeals he went through in the many years that followed, Joseph eventually becomes one of the most powerful men in Egypt and, he comes across his brothers, they talk amongst themselves thus:

Suppose Joseph has been nursing a grudge against us and now most certainly will pay us back in full for all the wrong we did him.
– Genesis 50:15

But we see that Joseph pitied them and was kind to them. He understood that the evil they showed him became the source of the good he felt in himself for them. He says to them:

Even though you meant harm to me, God meant it for good, to achieve this present end, the survival of many people.
– Genesis 50:15

Thus, evil may be borne out of envious hearts, but it can only lead the good to glory and make them distinct from the evil, which will determine each soul’s abode in the everlasting afterlife.


About the question of our purpose in creation and this world, the Bible informs us so:

We are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.
– Ephesians 02:10

So, we are here to serve God, but NOT in the sense that our service satisfies any of His needs. In fact, the God of Bible does not have any needs. He is self-sustaining and independent of any dependence.

The God who made the world and everything in it…is not served by human hands, as if he needed something.
– Acts 17:24-25

In fact, God gave us our free will to fairly distinguish the evil people and the good ones without bias. As Christians, we strongly believe that the Old Testament is the covenant and the New Testament is the Kingdom.
God paved way for the Kingdom when he created the world and man. Because we were given free will, we have repeatedly chosen the wrong path and disobeyed Him, like Adam and Eve did with the tree in Heaven. We were sent to the world and then God started to establish our road to redemption by choosing Israel among all others and giving them power, wealth, and their land.
When the Christ returns to us, the Kingdom will be reformed and the redemption will be completed.
This is the stance of the believers. While we understand the evils of the world, we keep faith and our hope in God and His son, Jesus Christ, who will honor us for our faith and show their true existence to the rest of humanity when the redemption of our species has completed.
It is our duty to honor our creation and follow God’s religion to work together and complete God’s Kingdom on earth. We need to work together.


Why we created this page – and the rest of this website – has a simple enough reason that any believer will understand, and we present it in the words of the Holy Bible, where it says:

If you point these things out to the brothers and sisters, you will be a good minister of Christ Jesus, nourished on the truths of the faith and of the good teaching that you have followed. Have nothing to do with godless myths and old wives’ tales; rather, train yourselves to be godly. For physical training is of some value, but godliness has value for all things, holding promise for both the present life and the life to come. This is a trustworthy saying that deserves full acceptance. That is why we labor and strive, because we have put our hope in the living God, who is the Savior of all people, and especially of those who believe.
– Ephesians 02:10

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