God The Creator
God is a Cosmic Being of whom is responsible for the creation of the Physical and Non-Physical Cosmos that is around us hence his title – God the Creator. God can help us with anything we desire and require for He is there to ensure that we are happy and fulfilled.
Whilst God does not have an actual form, or even gender or sex, in the modern day with Christianity being one of the most prominent faiths, God has been come to known as male. This is primarily due to God being known to the ancient Hebrew people as ‘Yahweh’ of which means ‘Lord’. As such, God is most often referred to as He.
Despite this prominent gender recognition, God, as the Creator, has appeared in many different forms to different cultures throughout time and as such, He has become known by many names.
To the ancient Greeks, God was known as Chaos from which all of creation sprung forth. To the ancient Egyptians, He was known as Nun, the Watery Abyss from which creation arose. Yet, to the Hindus throughout India, God appeared as either male or female, depending on belief system and location.
Some Hindus believe that God came forth as a woman called MahaDevi who created the Cosmos. Other believe that God came forth as Brahma who created the Cosmos through the Sacred Sound of ‘Ohm’.
Of course these are only a few examples for God has appeared to every culture as a Creator to help all of whom are a part of His Creation.
To help anyone and everyone God tends to appear as a feminine or masculine energy, depending on the need of the person asking for help. He does so by tasking certain deities or angels with such requests so that all calls for help are answered. In doing so, God makes sure that everyone is looked after for He loves everyone.
Whilst God holds everyone close to His heart, he gifted humanity with Free Will and as such respects this and will not act unless anyone asks for the help. As such, a prayer is an ideal way to ask for God’s help. Whilst the Lord’s prayer is a great way to bring God’s energy into one’s life, an example of another prayer that can be utilised is:
‘Dearest God the Creator, you know what I have need of before I ask and as such, I ask that you help me bring (state your request) into my life. For this, I give thanks. Amen.’
A simple, yet very effective in bringing forth God’s assistance and help. Though it is very important to always remember to give thanks for all that is done.
With such help and love being bestowed upon anyone and everyone, it can be easy to see that God the Creator wants the best for everyone. He does so to ensure that those in His Cosmic Creation are happy and content with life. And one of the most beautiful thing about God is that He loves everyone exactly as He created them.