Kenneth Copeland..How Big Is God?6’2″to 6’3″ and weighs 200 Pounds.

Kenneth Copeland writes,Once upon a time.long long ago,on a faraway Planet.(Kenneth Copeland:”Heaven has a north and a south and a east and a west.Consequently,it must be a planet.”) (Spirit,Soul and body.)(Forth Worth Texas:Kenneth Copeland Ministries,1985,audiotape#01-0601,side 1. ) On this planent,there lived a good God.This God was very much like you and me—a Being who stands about 6’2″ to 6’3″,weighs a couple of hundred pounds,and has a handspan of about 9 inches.

God’s wisdom and power were so great that He could visualize beautiful images into reality by utiliizing a special power called the force of faith.(Question from hottub..God had to have faith?)

One day this God had a cosmic brainstorm.He decided to bring a whole new world into existence.This was not going to be just any old world;it was going to be the most fantastic world imaginable.In fact this world would become so wonderful that it would feature an exact duplicate of the Mother Planet where God lived.[Copeland says, “You don’t think earth was first,do you?Huh?Well,you don’t think that God made man in His image,and then made earth in some other image?There is not anything under this whole sun that’s new.Are you hearing what I’m saying,{Hottub says yes,I hear your heresy,Ken.}This is all a copyIt’s a copy of home.It’s a copy of the Mother Planet,where God lives.He made a little one just like His and put us on it.”]{Note that Copeland does not use one scripture reference.There are none.Hottub}Following the faith of Abraham,audiotape#01-3001,side one.

After carefully visualizing every detail of this wonderful world,God went into action.Releasing the force of His faith like a whirlwind,God spoke into existence the planet He saw in His mind’s eye.(Hottub’s note,Faith is not a force and God does not have to possess faith.Again Copeland offers no scripture.)And was God excited!Looking down with fondness on this classic new creation,He named it planet earth.(From Christianity in Crisis,page,19-20).

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