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Universal Father Basics


The Universal Father, as one would expect, has many dimensions. For starters, He is our creator and loving Father. He is the source of goodness, power, energy, truth, beauty, and so much more; He is the universal upholder and the very essence of who we are and can become.

There is so much that can be readily learned about our Universal Father - if we only start trying to do so! Learning about Him is that easy, it just requires our honest decision, and some effort, to do so. He will respond!

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1:0.1 THE Universal Father is the God of all creation, the First Source and Center of all things and beings. First think of God as a creator, then as a controller, and lastly as an infinite upholder. The truth about the Universal Father had begun to dawn upon mankind when the prophet said: “You, Father, are alone; there is none beside you. More...

1:1.1 “The names which the creature assigns to the Creator are much dependent on the creature’s concept of the Creator.” More...

1:1.3 “When you have once become truly God-conscious, after you really discover the majestic Creator and begin to experience the realization of the indwelling presence of the divine controller, then, in accordance with your enlightenment and in accordance with the manner and method by which the divine Sons reveal God, you will find a name for the Universal Father which will be…” More...

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The Father's Names

The Universal Father, as He may best be called, is the: Driving Force, the Inspiration, the First Personality, the Infinite Upholder, and the First Source and Center of all things - to name just a few of His honorifics. Of course, each racially and/or culturally-evolved religion has its own favorite name, but that notwithstanding, each of these evolved, and perhaps still evolving religions, are all referring to the same cosmic reality, our Universal Father.

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1:1.1 "Of all the names by which God the Father is known throughout the universes, those which designate him as the First Source and the Universe Center are most often encountered. The First Father is known by various names in different universes and in different sectors of the same universe.”. More...

1:1.1 NOTE: 1:1.1 “The names which the creature assigns to the Creator are much dependent on the creature’s concept of the Creator.” More...

1:1.1 On Urantia, our world, the Universal Father is variously known as: God, Allah, Supreme Being, Jehovah, Deity, Divinity, The infinite, King of Kings, The almighty, Son of Man, Alpha and Omega, YHWH, Adonai, Bestower of Faith, Elohim, El Shaddai, Brahman, God Almighty, One true God, Adonai, Universal Father, Creator of the Universe, Krishna, Rahim, Dios, Бог, Θεός, Dio, Bog, 하나님, Bóg, Deus, Dumnezeu, Tanrı, etc. More...

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The Father's Nature


2:0.1 “INASMUCH as man’s highest possible concept of God is embraced within the human idea and ideal of a primal and infinite personality, it is permissible, and may prove helpful, to study certain characteristics of the divine nature which constitute the character of Deity. More...

2:0.2 “The nature of God can be studied in a revelation of supreme ideas, the divine character can be envisaged as a portrayal of supernal ideals, but the most enlightening and spiritually edifying of all revelations of the divine nature is to be found. More...

2:1.3 “Notwithstanding the infinity of the stupendous manifestations of the Father’s eternal and universal personality, he is unqualifiedly self-conscious of both his infinity and eternity; likewise he knows fully his perfection and power. He is the only being in the universe, aside from his divine co-ordinates, who experiences a perfect, proper, and complete appraisal of himself. More...

2:2.1 “Even your olden prophets understood the eternal, never-beginning, never-ending, circular nature of the Universal Father. More...

2:2.4 “Out in the universes, perfection must necessarily be a relative term, but in the central universe and especially on Paradise, perfection is undiluted; in certain phases it is even absolute. More...

2:3.1 “God is righteous; therefore is he just…. The justice of the Universal Father cannot be influenced by the acts and performances of his creatures, “for there is no iniquity with the Lord our God, no respect of persons, no taking of gifts.” More...

2:4.1 “Mercy is simply justice tempered by that wisdom which grows out of perfection of knowledge and the full recognition of the natural weaknesses and environmental handicaps of finite creatures. More...

2:5.1 “God [the Father] is love”; therefore his only personal attitude towards the affairs of the universe is always a reaction of divine affection. The Father loves us sufficiently to bestow his life upon us. More...

2:6.1  In the physical universe we may see the divine beauty, in the intellectual world we may discern eternal truth, but the goodness of God is found only in the spiritual world of personal religious experience. In its true essence, religion is a faith-trust in the goodness of God. More...

2:7.3  “Divine truth, final truth, is uniform and universal, but the story of things spiritual, as it is told by numerous individuals hailing from various spheres, may sometimes vary in details owing to this relativity in the completeness of knowledge and in the repleteness of personal experience as well as in the length and extent of that experience.” More...

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The Will of God


3:6.2 "...The will of God is divine truth, living love; therefore are the perfecting creations of the evolutionary universes characterized by goodness — nearness to divinity; [and] by potential evil — remoteness from divinity." More...

12:7.1 "...The will of God does not necessarily prevail in the part — the heart of any one personality — but his will does actually rule the whole, the universe of universes." More...

12:7.7 "The will of God does not uniformly prevail in the heart of the God-seeking material mortal, but if the time frame is enlarged beyond the moment to embrace the whole of the first life, then does God’s will become increasingly discernible in the spirit fruits which are borne in the lives of the spirit-led children of God." More...

91:2.4 "The will of God does not uniformly prevail in the heart of the God-seeking material mortal, but if the time frame is enlarged beyond the moment to embrace the whole of the first life, then does God’s will become increasingly discernible in the spirit fruits which are borne in the lives of the spirit-led children of God." More...

2:6.9 "Facing the world of personality, [the Universal Father] God is discovered to be a loving person; facing the spiritual world, he is a personal love; in religious experience he is both. Love identifies the volitional will of God. The goodness of God rests at the bottom of the divine free-willness — the universal tendency to love, show mercy, manifest patience, and minister forgiveness." More...

101:10.17 "...Whosoever wills to do the will of God shall comprehend the validity of spiritual values. This is the nearest approach that can be made on the mortal level to offering proofs of the reality of religious experience." More...

103:4.3 "The sense of guilt (not the consciousness of sin) comes either from interrupted spiritual communion or from the lowering of one’s moral ideals. Deliverance from such a predicament can only come through the realization that one’s highest moral ideals are not necessarily synonymous with the will of God. Man cannot hope to live up to his highest ideals, but he can be true to his purpose of finding God and becoming more and more like him." More...

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