Is God Mysterious?

[my comment] Colossians 2 is one of my favorite chapters in the bible. I especially love verse 10 that reminds us we are whole and complete in God – nothing lacking or missing in Him.

“And you are complete in him, which is the head of all principality and power.”

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The quick answer to the question is simply, no. God is not mysterious.

We have this view of God sitting somewhere up in Heavenly realms, surrounded by a glowing aura, guarded by Gabriel and a host of other angels. Completely inaccessible. Hard to figure out. Confusing. Unpredictable. Out of reach. Undoubtedly mysterious.

If we read our Bibles, we can grow into an understanding that God is not way off somewhere doing His thing, and we are left here to wonder.

This week, I’ve camped out in Colossians 2. What an awesome chapter of scripture. I can’t sit at work reading the Bible, so I listen to it on my iPad. I’ve listened to this passage over and over all week. And it hasn’t ceased to be absolutely amazing.

Col 2:2-3 says (emphasis mine):

My goal is that they may be encouraged in heart and united in love, so that they may…

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