The Daily Memo | March 10, 2023 | Who is God According to ChatGPT? 


My curiosity got the best of me. I had to ask OpenAI’s, ChatGPT who God was. Here’s what it said.

“God is a concept that varies greatly depending on cultural, religious, and philosophical beliefs. In general, God is typically viewed as a supernatural being or force that created and governs the universe, as well as being all-knowing, all-powerful, and all-loving.

The nature and characteristics of God are described in various religious texts and traditions, including Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, and many others. In these traditions, God is often believed to be the ultimate source of morality and the ultimate judge of human behavior.

However, there are also many philosophical and scientific perspectives on the nature of God. Some philosophers argue that God is a purely abstract concept that represents ultimate reality, while others argue that God is a human invention used to explain the mysteries of the universe. Scientists generally do not study or make claims about the existence or nature of God, as it is not a testable hypothesis within the scientific method.”

What struck me most was the first sentence. God is a concept. I suppose that’s true for many folks walking this planet but without the reality of who God is, there wouldn’t be a planet to walk on.

Here’s the thing though, how we view God, is how we view ourselves and others. If we see Him as a concept or distant, for example, He’ll never be real or personal. But that’s exactly what He is.

He walked among us in the person of Jesus Christ.

It doesn’t get more real than that.

He died for us.

It doesn’t get more real than that.

He’s coming again to rescue us and set us free from this sin filled nature.

It doesn’t get more real than that.

If you don’t know Him, refer to the second sentence above. He Is the creator of the universe. Is all-knowing, and all-powerful, but most of all LOVING.

He wants to have a personal relationship with each one of us. Just ask. He’ll be there for you. Not as a concept but as a personal God.

And that’s the Memo.




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