HaShem is EVERYWHERE

G-d is not Human, HaShem is EVERYWHERE yet G-d has hidden the Creator’s Glory from us to give us free will.

In Tanakh we see Anthropomorphism which is: attributing human form or human characteristics to something that is not human.

Look at this verse… Isaiah 59:1
Behold, the Lord’s hand is not shortened, that it cannot save; neither his ear heavy, that it cannot hear…

Does this mean that G-d, the only Lord and Savior, Has hands and feet and eyes and ears ?! Of course not.

The Word of G-d gives human attributes to the Creator so our limited minds can somehow understand. However, Christianity warped this concept to make u think Hashem is a floating man in the Sky, which is an absolute lie!

The following is an excerpt from an article found at ou.org last yr.

“Does God have hands? Does He sit on a throne? Does He enjoy the aroma of sacrifices? Those of us asked such questions in the 21st century would most definitely answer, “No, of course not” but such was not always the case. Based on a literal reading of the Torah and other books of Tanach (the Jewish Bible), one could certainly draw the conclusion that God has a body and behaves like a human being, despite all evidence to the contrary. But these are mere metaphors. The Midrash tells us (Sifre 112) that “the Torah speaks the language of man.”
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“When we anthropomorphize God, we attribute to Him things that would be considered aspects of perfection in a human, even though doing so is not quite accurate. People see and hear, they come and go, and an inability to do so would be considered a defect.

Obviously, God doesn’t move. (He’s everywhere! Where would He go?) But if a person couldn’t move, it would be considered an imperfection.

Therefore, we attribute motion to God. But the Bible never anthropomorphizes God using anything that would be considered a weakness or a flaw in a person. Accordingly, God is never described as eating, sleeping or being ill.”

….”So, when the Torah says, “the eyes of God are always upon it” (Deuteronomy 11:12), it doesn’t mean that God has eyes, just that He is paying attention. When it says, “God heard” (Numbers 11:1), it doesn’t mean that He has ears, just that He is aware of a matter

(The Rambam notes that it is implicit in God “hearing” that He takes action in response. This is evident in such verses as “I will hear his cry” (Exodus 22:22). It wouldn’t be of much use for God to hear the cries of the oppressed if He didn’t plan to do something about it!)

We see from all this that there is no compelling reason to attribute to God such bodily parts as hands and such physical activities as motion. The Torah uses these things metaphorically even when speaking of man, all the more so in reference to the Divine. “

Look at how Rome easily tricked you to thinking G-d is human…by a change of a word…

Genesis 3:8And they heard the voice of the Lord God -> walking in the garden <— in the cool of the day: and Adam and his wife hid themselves from the presence of the Lord God amongst the trees of the garden.

What does the Tanakh say?

Genesis 3:8 And —->they heard the voice <—of the Lord God —-> going in the garden to the direction of the sun, <—— and the man and his wife hid from before the Lord God in the midst of the trees of the garden.

Don’t be easily fooled by men thousands of yrs ago into believing lies. Your soul is important search for your Creator with all your heart!

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