"God is something that cannot be expressed through words or action. All that we can understand is that He is great. He is almighty. He is eternal. He is all and one. I personally never saw Him as a cruel being or a tyrant. The issue is that His so called followers twist His religion and transform it into a cult and thus depicted Him as such. I don't blame Him if He decides to rain down fire because of that."

God the Father

A symbolic representation of God in theism.

God is both the creator and the ruler of the omniverse, & the Father of Jesus Christ. Every single being that existed before the universe was made, and the universe (True-Earth Prime [which is both our universe & reality]) along with the omniverse itself was created by His will. It is entirely accurate to say almost all beings, are, in some way "children" of God, as he is responsible for the creation of all beings, however, he did not create Chaos nor its own creations since Chaos existed alongside God before anything came into existence.

He is able to create or destroy any being or object within reality. He is commonly attributed to omnipotence, omnipresence, omniscience, omnibenevolence, and divine simplicity. However, it appears God has some limits in his power, as while far more powerful than beings as powerful as Archangels, he was not able to defeat Chaos easily and was unable to fully destroy it nor was he able to destroy the Outer Gods, as Gabriel noted even God cannot destroy nothing fully.

God is also usually defined as a non-corporeal being without any human biological gender, but His role as a creator has caused some religions to give him the metaphorical name of "Father". Because God is conceived as not being a corporeal being, He cannot (some say should not) be portrayed in a literal visual image; some religious groups use a man to symbolize God because of His role as the "father" of the universe and His deed of creating man's mind in the image of His own. God has been conceived as being incorporeal (immaterial), a personal being, the source of all moral obligation, and the "greatest conceivable existent".

When God created the first humans He commanded all the Angels to bow down, however, Satan refused out of hatred for humans and Lucifer refused out of his pride. Satan, aided by Lucifer, then took one-third of the heavenly host to revolt against God and thus a civil war in Heaven broke out; however, Lucifer was defeated and hurled to Earth and Satan was banished to Hell by Michael, falling from grace alongside those who rebelled alongside him. God is mostly inactive, but oversees the omniverse. It is extremely rare for Him to intervene in the affairs of other beings. His ways are also said to be highly mysterious, to the point where not even his angels are capable of understanding his way of operation unless He informs them Himself. It is believed that one could be rendered insane if they attempt to comprehend His motives and methods.

It is said that God is the creator of the deities as well, allowing them to oversee and control fragments of the universe itself and in the process, made His existence hidden for the time being until he sent Gabriel to reveal His nature and all other things that are connected to Him and the events that occurred before the time of man to humans whom would later be addressed as His Prophets. The Prophets themselves act as His messengers on Earth, with the task of spreading His existence and love throughout the globe. And they are also said to wield a fraction of His divine power.

The many different conceptions of God, and competing claims as to God's characteristics, aims, and actions, have led to the development of ideas of omnitheism, pandeism, or a perennial philosophy, which postulates that there is one underlying theological truth, of which all religions express a partial understanding, and as to which "the devout in the various great world religions are in fact worshipping that one God, but through different, overlapping concepts or mental images of Him."

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