Concluding about God
Pages in category "Concluding about God"
The following 25 pages are in this category, out of 25 total.
- It is said in the revealed scriptures that the Lord has no mundane form; therefore persons with a poor fund of knowledge conclude that He must be formless. They cannot distinguish between the mundane form and the spiritual form
- It should be concluded that Lord Visnu, not Lord Brahma or Lord Siva, is the Supreme Personality of Godhead
- One should not conclude that because He (the Lord) is spread all over He has lost His personal existence. To refute such arguments, the Lord says - I am everywhere, and everything is in Me, but still I am aloof
- One should not wrongly conclude that the Lord was formerly unmanifested and has now manifested Himself in the human form
- So we should not try to see God. Then we'll be baffled. Sometimes if, trying, trying, if I baffled - I cannot see - then I'll conclude, "There is no God. If there was God, I prayed so much and He did not appear before me"
- Srila Jiva Goswami says: "By scrutinizingly reviewing all the revealed scriptures and judging them again and again, it is now concluded that Lord Narayana is the Supreme Absolute Truth, and thus He alone should be worshiped"
- Stability of mind can be achieved by one who has concluded that the Supreme Personality of Godhead is the original source of everything. And when one can control his senses, that is called sama
- Supreme Personality of Godhead in the ultimate issue is confirmed by Brahma in his Brahma-samhita as isvarah paramah krsnah sac-cid-ananda-vigrahah (BS 5.1). So it is concluded in the Third Canto of the Srimad-Bhagavatam
- The acceptance of more than one God is contradictory to the conclusion that Lord Vasudeva, the absolute Personality of Godhead, is one without a second
- The conclusion is that God is as sentient as we are. He is satisfied by our prayers and dissatisfied by our harsh words against Him
- The conclusion is that the Lord cannot become the order supplier of a pseudodevotee, but He is always prepared to respond to the desires of a pure, unconditional devotee, who is free from all tinges of material infection
- The conclusion is that the Supreme Person is the shelter of all
- The indication must be concluded that the child would be a first-grade devotee of the Lord with all good qualities because he is especially given protection by the Lord
- The personified Vedas therefore concluded, "O Lord, You are the unlimited eternal (dhruva), and the living entities are the limited eternals"
- There is always a difference of opinion about the Absolute Truth. One class of transcendentalists concludes that the Absolute Truth is impersonal, and another class concludes that the Absolute Truth is a person
- To a person who is always absorbed in the thought of snakes, a rope always appears to be a snake, & similarly to a person bewildered by material qualities & devoid of knowledge of the Absolute, the SPG appears according to diverse bewildered conclusions