Originally posted by wotsupWhere did you drag that idea up...

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    God is Spirit --> and perhaps if you get a grasp of this, you may then be able to grasp how God can be anywhere and many places at the same time, just as the Bible says so.
    Where did you drag the "a" from?

    All English Bibles insert an ''a'' when needed even though the Greek language does not have one.Here's 2 examples.
    (Acts 28:6) But they were expecting him to swell up or suddenly to drop dead. After they waited for a long time and saw that nothing bad happened to him, they changed their mind and began saying he was a god.

    God is a person. He created angels as spirit persons. Angels can only be in one place at a time. They can be in the spirit realm or they can enter into the physical realm and take on physical bodies but they cannot be in both realms at the same time. For example wicked ''sons of the true God'' had ''relations with the daughters of men'', prior to the flood of Noah's day.
    (Genesis 6:4) The Nephʹi·lim were on the earth in those days and afterward. During that time the sons of the true God continued to have relations with the daughters of men, and these bore sons to them. They were the mighty ones of old times, the men of fame.

    As the Flood occurred they had to shed their physical bodies.
    (Jude 6) And the angels who did not keep their original position but forsook their own proper dwelling place, he has reserved with eternal bonds in dense darkness for the judgment of the great day.

    God on the other hand can exercise his power anywhere he wishes without a physical presence being required on his part.
    (Luke 11:13) Therefore, if you, although being wicked, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more so will the Father in heaven give holy spirit to those asking him!”
      God can ''give holy spirit to those asking him'' while he remains ''in heaven''.
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