Wednesday, December 2, 2009


Click sequentially on the topics below to experience God's presence among us:

1. "I am who I am"
2. "Understood from what has been made"
3. "Male and female"
4. "The breath of life"
5. "Be fruitful"
6. "Multiply"
7. "Replenish the earth"
8. "Subdue it: and have dominion"
9. "Sown a natural body;Raised a spiritual body"
10. "We shall judge angels"
11. "The evening and the morning"
12. "Your father the devil"
13. "They would not have crucified the Lord of glory"
14. "Woman, why weepest thou?"
15. "This is what he said"

Inside each topic, click the "home" button or your browser's back button to return to this home page.

If you like, feed the fish by clicking in their water.

Share comments below:


Manuel said...

Your blog is interesting.
Thanks for following me.
I always say: God's time is perfect, because he's among us.

godamongus said...

Thank you, to all of the followers of Godamongus! Your comments are so very appreciated. May God bless you all in abundant ways that far exceed your greatest expectations. It is so true, God is among us!

Silent Poet Klaus said...

This the proper way of sharing the words of the Bible. Not too stiff.

"Lecture me with an open mind and maybe I can comprehend faith with an open heart."

"Blind faith" is the cause of wars since time immemorial.

Keep it up Bro!

Jaypee of said...

i love this blog. thanks for sharing.

Marcia M said...

Thank you for sharing these important messages with us.Because of your love for God, you'll draw many to him. Blessings to you. Keep up the good work. Thanks also for following me.

Sheila Deeth said...

Fascinating. I've visited several of your posts and plan to be back to read more. Thank you for some interesting food for thought.

..pAnKHuRi.. said...

interesting !

new here !

nice work done :)

Beth in NC said...

I left you this comment on my last post:

Godamongus. If you look at the New Living Translation, I think you get a clearer meaning, "For before John came, all the prophets and the law of Moses looked forward to this present time." The OT prophets and John were prophesying about the Coming King.

It doesn't mean there are no more prophets after John. Ephesians 4:10-12 reads, "He who descended is the very one who ascended higher than all the heavens, in order to fill the whole universe.) It was he who gave some to be apostles, some to be prophets, some to be evangelists, and some to be pastors and teachers, to prepare God's people for works of service, so that the body of Christ may be built up."

There are my thoughts.
Beth :o)

godamongus said...

Thanks Beth,

That is the way I interpreted it as well; meaning, that "the present time" was the time of Jesus, which was 2,000 years ago, when both John and Jesus walked the earth in the flesh. I relied heavily on that verse in my topic #13-"They would not have crucified the Lord of glory" and I intend to write an upcoming topic about it, so, I just wanted to make sure other Christians got the same meaning out of it that I got from it.

Have a Happy and blessed Thanksgiving Day!

Precious Gems said...

Happy Thanksgiving and may God bless you abundantly :)

Mathilde said...

Votre dernière publication sur Marie-Madeleine est bien documentée et me permet une bonne révision ! Prostituée ou non c'était certes une femme exceptionnelle, mais cela a bien arrangé l'église catholique "machiste" de pointer du doigt son statut de prostituée, comme si une femme intelligente, spirituelle et belle à la fois, ne pouvait forcément qu'être une prostituée !
Nous avons décidément le mêmes goûts picturales et le tableau avec la jeune femme rousse portant un verre a fait l'objet de l'une de mes publications, sans que je sache pour autant qu'il s'agissait de la représentation de Marie-Madeleine ! Aussi merci de me permettre de me coucher moins idiote qu'en me levant !
Bien à vous.

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Peg said...

Thanks for the follow; much appreciated.

I'm dealing with so many loses and issues so I find comfort in your blog.

Thank so much!

A Heron's View said...

Thank you for becoming a follower on my blog and the invitation to comment here.

Granted that philosophy is very different to yours; not better nor worse just not the same.


Come listen cousins all
Hear your temple bell chime?
She is at the door.
A messenger on the hill signalling

Not for us mammons coffer
Nor a tomb of clay
Life richer than the Sun
Ever spirit ever born
Pours from Wisdoms chalice.

Before Sun and Stars were born
She existed, She is the word
That mingled bread and wine
In mystic union deep
Prepared our table
With the elixir of Life
Love and Peace.

heron 1982

Anonymous said...

Great what you've put together here! Thanks for following as well! Live blessed!

godamongus said...


Thank you for the poem, "A messenger"

It reminds me of the comfort, joy and hope I feel each time I read topic #15-"This is what he said." Such a powerful message, indeed!

godamongus said...


Pardonnez mon français, je suis utilisant un traducteur. J'apprécie votre commentaire à propos Marie de Magdala. Pour moi, elle est un très, très grande femme de Dieu et Jésus a été' plus consacré disciple. Que Dieu vous bénisse

Anonymous said...

Just saying thanks for following my blog.

pip said...

Our 'pale blue dot' is significant enough for the creator of such an amazing Universe to come among us in great humility as a child. Now that humility is REAL power :)

godamongus said...


I agree 100%!

Esencia said...

Manten la llama de la primera sonrisa,
la caricia innata del abrazo que precises,
lo increible del sueño que te rima
y la tinta que tu siempre necesite.

Manten la fuerza vestida de alerta,
la puerta abierta a los días de sol,
el aroma en flor que tu alma lleva
y la luna llena para noches de amor.

Manten el paso en senderos verdes
esperanzas fuertes donde el cansancio es más,
la mirada vital latiendo en siempres
y que el corazón se llene de Navidad.



Sean Halsey said...

follow my blog

jeannette stgermain said...

Thank you for the "follow" -how did you find me?

Bernie said...

Thank you for visiting my blog, I am not sure I agree with your interpretation of the Bible but I will listen.....for a while...Hugs

godamongus said...


I always pray and let prayer lead the way. I found you through prayers! God bless you.

godamongus said...


Thanks for the hug! I think all the prophets and the law can be summarized in one word, "hug!" It's just nice to get a hug Also, please let me know whenever you think my interpretations are not logical and biblically supported

Delia said...

Faltan pocas horas para la Noche Buena y el ambiente navideño flota en el aire.

Aromas, colores, costumbres, tradiciones...

Todo se mezcla y da gusto compartirlo con familiares y amigos.

Emociones que invaden nuestro corazón, alegrías por los afectos que tenemos y a los cuales volvemos a encontrar en medio de una noche mágica llena de abrazos interminables, besos, saludos, risas, una mesa donde los sentimientos y la esperanza cristiana son el plato principal.

Añoranza de los afectos no olvidados, solo esperando el reencuentro de una llamada, un mail una carta, una tarjeta que nos haga confirmar los lazos afectivos con la fuerza del corazón.

Alboroto de niños llenado las calles de excitación en medio de corridas, gritos, juegos, charlas que tienen un solo tema: “ yo le pedí a Papá Noel…..”y ojitos brillosos esperando que lleguen las 12 para recibir sus regalos.

Noche de recuerdo de quienes ya no están, esa abuela que nos hacia sus turrones caseros, esos padres que se fueron dejándonos todo un mundo de amor para transitar, ese amigo que sabía entendernos y compartía con nosotros nuestro mundo. Seres queridos que pasaron por nuestra vida y que seguramente esta noche nos acompañan desde alguna estrella y esperan una sonrisa elevada al cielo en su nombre.

Noche Buena, símbolo de paz y amor, pero también noche para compartir, para perdonar, para confirmar lazos afectivos, para llenarnos de esperanzas de un mundo mejor.

Solo por hoy te propongo, cuando el estruendo de la pirotecnia, las sirenas de la cuidad, los saludos de Feliz Navidad te avisen que es Noche Buena, mira al cielo…busca la estrella más grande, allí será nuestro punto de reunión de todos los Maestros sin Fronteras para unirnos en un solo deseo: “Paz y Amor para este mundo”. Tú tambien estas invitado. Te esperamos!!!

Un saludo afectuoso.


Feliz Navidad, Feliz 2010!
Desde España con cariño.

Jon said...


Geoff maritz said...

Merry Christmas. Thanks for following my blog. God is indeed among us.

Angelina Lundholm said...

Hi :-),

stopping by to check for new updates and wish you Happy Holidays!

Much Love - Angelina

Jen Chandler said...

Very interesting site. Thank you for following!

Happy Monday,

DesperateNaijaWoman said...

I just love your name - Godamongus - so reassuring. so comforting. I just 'speed-read' two of your blogs and I know I will be read slower...Lol! God bless you some more! DNW

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ME said...

thanks for the visit and at the same time for commenting.. I follow ur blog.....God Bless you

santoshi said...

May this new year bring many opportunities your way, to explore every joy of life and may your resolutions for the days ahead stay firm, turning all your dreams into reality and all your efforts into great achievements.
Wish You Happy New year 2010

hummer said...

Thank you for following my blog. I love it when there are those who are willing to share the truths of God. Faith when shared is a wonderful thing.

Anonymous said...

Peace Joy & Blessings.

maggie's garden said...

Thank you so much for stopping by at Maggie's garden, and for following. Your comment was insightful.
Happy New Year to you and yours. Wishing you peace and love in 2010.

The Muse said...

It is a joy always, to hear and read His word.

I am thrilled we have found one another's blog here in blogland!

Adam Burek said...

Thank you so much for visiting my blog in 2009
Come back any time you're welcome!

I also want to wish you beautiful and Happy New Year 2010 !

Elizabeth Mahlou said...

Wishing you a happy new year in 2010!

Prof. Francisco said...

Olá o Blog Filosofia e Vida mudou de endereço, ficarei feliz se você continuar seguido-me nesta nova casa totalmente reformulada! Obrigado!

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aye.jae said...

absolutely love your blog!! i will be a daily visitor...and the fish; sooo cute lol.


photogr said...

Makes you really wonder at the amazing power of God in the universe. All that is functions in absolute organized order and with purpose.

Robin said...

Thank you for following...I Like your site..!!

care4poor said...

Praise be to be the Lord JESUS alone...!

Thanks for following my blog.

Your blog is worth going through.

All are WELCOME to FOLLOW and post creative COMMENTS on my affiliated blogs as well.

Lovingly in Christ.

Anonymous said...

Olá !! Te desejo um ano de 2010 abençoado com Jesus Cristo !!! Um grande abraço!!

Dymphna said...

godamongus: Thank you SO much for following my blog! It truly must have been God Among Us who facilitated you finding me!

I just read your article "Understand from what has been made" and completely agree. When I took biology in college, it was like seeing into the Mind of God. I have many relatives who no longer believe in God and it makes me sad. How can one contemplate creation and not see the Creator?

I love your fish too, btw! I used to have them on my desktop. :)

Kathy M. said...

I wanted to stop by, say hello and welcome you to my blog. You have a great blog here. I'm so glad you lead me here. I'll be back.

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed looking over your blog
God bless you

Lerwill Momma said...

Thanks for following my blog! I am looking forward to being a part of yours as well!

Gabriella said...

Great food for thought - thanks!

Belkis said...

Thank your for following me. I thing you have a very interesting blog. I need to see around and know more about it. I'll be back.
God is indeed among us.

Mike said...

What a cool way of running a blog. I like the link that takes me to a longer post...I can see what my options are much easier!

Matt. said...

Amazing Blog man. The videos in "I am who i am" are very interesting and can't wait to see the rest of your work. Thanks for following my blog. God Bless you Brother in Christ.