One of the main concepts of Spiritualism is to be logical. At some point you will ask yourself, “Where did God come from?” Or perhaps you’ll be asked by atheists or children. Let’s explore this question.
Let’s go back to the very beginning. We tend to think of time as linear with a cause and effect. See the philosophical concept, “Argument of the first cause.” If there was nothing, then there was no cause to have the first effect. The very first verse of the Bible talks about God creating stuff and assumes the existence of God to be a fact. It does not go into how He got there or does it? The closest thing I could find in the new testament is Acts 17:27, “… he is not far from any one of us” If he isn’t far from any one of us, then he must be everywhere because there are over 7 billion people and 1 God. Those 7 billion people are here today. He was also with each of the people on this planet in the Past. He spans all time and space. God is omnipresent which is a fancy word for everywhere at the same time.
Given that God is omnipresent and spans all time and all space. He has always been here and always will be. It isn’t logical to ask where did God come from because he didn’t come from anywhere. It’s like asking what sound smells like because sound and smell are not in the same category of senses. God, time, space are in the same category of infinite things.
Even Einstein began to question absolute time when he showed that if you speed up the clocks hands then time begins to look like it’s moving slower. Our flawed sense of time is based on our simple time frame. As an example, as you get older the years appears to go by faster.
There are lots of other Bible verses that speak of God’s omnipresence or eternal nature. Can you be the first to list them in the comments?